Pardon me for my ignorance. I'm not really sure how things are done
around here. Should I send a trivial patch like the following to
xemacs-patches, is this a better place for it, or is there some third
list that would be most appropriate?
In any case, I'm not so sure that the original version wasn't correct in
some sense. :-)
diff -u etc/NEWS~ etc/NEWS
--- etc/NEWS~ Thu Mar 25 05:33:42 1999
+++ etc/NEWS Tue May 18 11:49:30 1999
＠＠ -442,7 +442,7 ＠＠
This means that if you want to test whether A < B < C, you can write
it as (< A B C) instead of (and (< A B) (< B C)). Likewise,
-(apply #'> LIST) now tests if LIST is monotonously increasing -- and
+(apply #'> LIST) now tests if LIST is monotonically increasing -- and
** The XEmacs hashtables now have a consistent read/print syntax.