Talk:Lambda: The Ultimate Imperative

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Edition: Lambda: The Ultimate Imperative, 1976
Source: Index:AIM-353.djvu
Contributor(s): Piet Delport
Level of progress: Text being edited


See Talk:Lambda Papers#Permission. --Piet Delport (talk) 21:15, 19 December 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Transcription progress map[edit]

  1. First pass: preliminaries
    • Front matter
    • Running header
  2. Second pass: references marked for labeled section transclusion
    • Notes
    • Bibliography
  3. Third pass: text body
    • Introduction
      1. Simple Loops
      2. Imperative Programming
      3. Continuations
      4. Parameter Passing Mechanisms
    • Conclusions

--Piet Delport (talk) 17:44, 8 December 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Notes and references[edit]

The notes and references are marked up as per Talk:Scheme: An Interpreter for Extended Lambda Calculus#Reference formatting.

However, some notes also cite references. While this is no problem when viewing the notes directly (f.e. page 30), it fails when the notes themselves are transcluded (f.e. page 1). The problem does not seem to be with the <ref> nesting itself, but the (labeled section) transclusion: the <ref> tags don't survive it.

Fixing it probably involves making LST and Cite.php more compatible; i'm not sure if there's any workaround aside from copy-pasting the note references.

--Piet Delport (talk) 00:00, 28 November 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]