gcj System PRoperties documentation (Was: Throwable stack trace printing again)

Tom Tromey tromey@redhat.com
Tue Aug 27 10:10:00 GMT 2002

>>>>> "Mark" == Mark Wielaard <mark@klomp.org> writes:

Mark> * gcj.texi: Add chapter about System Properties.

Mark> The Throwable patch has gone in.
Mark> Is this documentation patch OK?
Mark> (I have CCed gcc-patches now.)

Sorry I haven't gotten to this yet.

Mark> +The runtime behaviour of the @code{libgcj} library can be modified by setting
Mark> +certain System properties. These properties can be compiled into the program

I think our standard is two spaces after a period.
Perhaps that's overly pedantic.

I think I would write "system properties" -- i.e., don't capitalize
"System".  Or if you intended to refer to java.lang.System, then I'd
write @code{System}.

Mark> +A "|" separated list of package names that is used to find classes that

In Texinfo write @samp{|} instead of "|".
There are other cases like this.

Mark> +Wheter calls to unknown functions (class and method names are unknown)

Typo: "Whether" is missing an `h'.  There are a couple of these.

Other than these things this patch is fine.  Thanks a lot for doing
this; writing documentation seems to be everybody's least favorite


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