The HTML files are intended for viewing in a browser that can display HTML source. Liquid Common Lisp assumes that this browser is Netscape, and looks for an executable named
/usr/local/bin/. If Liquid Common Lisp does not find Netscape, it looks for Mosaic in the same location. Some of the documents contain tables, so you may wish to use a browser that supports tables. You can use the file
manual/online/intro.html as an entry point into the documentation, or open individual documents directly.
To view a document, open the document's top-level HTML file in the browser. From the top-level file you can navigate to all other parts of the document. The top-level files all end in
-1.html or a similar suffix, for example, the top-level file for the release notes is
relnotes-1.html. Each document also contains an index file named document_name
Note: If you move or rename these files, the Help > Manuals command will not work properly. This is part of the Common-LispWorks environment tools.
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