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Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven committed e08db2a

Use two-space indentation for the remaining files as well.

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doc/glossary/entries/calculus.xml

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 <glossentry>
-	<glossterm>Calculus</glossterm>
+  <glossterm>Calculus</glossterm>
 
-	<glossdef>
-		<para>
-			<emphasis>calculus</emphasis> is an algebraic type
-			system tool, for managing complex C type systems. It uses
-			the TenDRA API checking techniques to enforce strong
-			type checking and type encapsulation, and provides generic
-			container types for lists, vectors etc.
-		</para>
-	</glossdef>
+  <glossdef>
+    <para>
+      <emphasis>calculus</emphasis> is an algebraic type
+      system tool, for managing complex C type systems. It uses
+      the TenDRA API checking techniques to enforce strong
+      type checking and type encapsulation, and provides generic
+      container types for lists, vectors etc.
+    </para>
+  </glossdef>
 
-	<!-- TODO see also: user/guides/calculus -->
-	<glossseealso otherterm="typesystem"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="api"/>
+  <!-- TODO see also: user/guides/calculus -->
+  <glossseealso otherterm="typesystem"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="api"/>
 </glossentry>
-

doc/glossary/entries/disp.xml

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 <glossentry>
-	<glossterm>disp</glossterm>
+  <glossterm>disp</glossterm>
 
-	<glossdef>
-		<para>
-			<emphasis>disp</emphasis> is the TDF pretty printer.
-			It translates the bitstream comprising a TDF capsule
-			into a human readable form.
-		</para>
+  <glossdef>
+    <para>
+      <emphasis>disp</emphasis> is the TDF pretty printer.
+      It translates the bitstream comprising a TDF capsule
+      into a human readable form.
+    </para>
 
-		<para>
-			This functionality is provided by <emphasis>tcc</emphasis>,
-			but <emphasis>disp</emphasis> may be called directly.
-		</para>
-	</glossdef>
+    <para>
+      This functionality is provided by <emphasis>tcc</emphasis>,
+      but <emphasis>disp</emphasis> may be called directly.
+    </para>
+  </glossdef>
 
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdf"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdf"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
 </glossentry>
-

doc/glossary/entries/make_tdf.xml

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 <glossentry>
-	<glossterm>make_tdf</glossterm>
+  <glossterm>make_tdf</glossterm>
 
-	<glossdef>
-		<para>
-			<emphasis>make_tdf</emphasis> is a tool for generating
-			TDF decoders and encoders. It takes a compact description
-			of the TDF specification and a template file, and generates
-			code to read, write or transform a TDF capsule.
-		</para>
-	</glossdef>
+  <glossdef>
+    <para>
+      <emphasis>make_tdf</emphasis> is a tool for generating
+      TDF decoders and encoders. It takes a compact description
+      of the TDF specification and a template file, and generates
+      code to read, write or transform a TDF capsule.
+    </para>
+  </glossdef>
 
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdf"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdf"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
 </glossentry>
-

doc/glossary/entries/sid.xml

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 <glossentry>
-	<glossterm>Syntax Improving Device</glossterm>
-	<acronym>SID</acronym>
+  <glossterm>Syntax Improving Device</glossterm>
+  <acronym>SID</acronym>
 
-	<glossdef>
-		<para>
-			<emphasis>sid</emphasis> is an LL(1) parser generator
-			with a long history (the original version dates back to
-			the mid-sixties!). As well as the normal rule
-			transformations it provides powerful techniques for
-			call-outs in circumstances where a non-trivial
-			look-ahead is required (essential for languages like C++),
-			and for error recovery.
-		</para>
-	</glossdef>
+  <glossdef>
+    <para>
+      <emphasis>sid</emphasis> is an LL(1) parser generator
+      with a long history (the original version dates back to
+      the mid-sixties!). As well as the normal rule
+      transformations it provides powerful techniques for
+      call-outs in circumstances where a non-trivial
+      look-ahead is required (essential for languages like C++),
+      and for error recovery.
+    </para>
+  </glossdef>
 
-	<!-- TODO see also: user/guides/sid -->
-	<glossseealso otherterm="parsergeneration"/>
+  <!-- TODO see also: user/guides/sid -->
+  <glossseealso otherterm="parsergeneration"/>
 </glossentry>
-

doc/glossary/entries/tld.xml

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 <glossentry>
-	<glossterm>tld</glossterm>
+  <glossterm>tld</glossterm>
 
-	<glossdef>
-		<para>
-			<emphasis>tld</emphasis> is the TDF linker. It combines a
-			number of TDF capsules into a single capsule. It also can
-			be used to create and manipulate libraries of TDF capsules.
-		</para>
+  <glossdef>
+    <para>
+      <emphasis>tld</emphasis> is the TDF linker. It combines a
+      number of TDF capsules into a single capsule. It also can
+      be used to create and manipulate libraries of TDF capsules.
+    </para>
 
-		<para>
-			This functionality is provided by <emphasis>tcc</emphasis>,
-			but <emphasis>tld</emphasis> may be called directly.
-		</para>
-	</glossdef>
+    <para>
+      This functionality is provided by <emphasis>tcc</emphasis>,
+      but <emphasis>tld</emphasis> may be called directly.
+    </para>
+  </glossdef>
 
-	<!-- TODO see also: user/guides/tld -->
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tcc"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdf"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
+  <!-- TODO see also: user/guides/tld -->
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tcc"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdf"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
 </glossentry>
-

doc/glossary/entries/tnc.xml

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 <glossentry>
-	<glossterm>TDF Notation Compiler</glossterm>
-	<acronym>tnc</acronym>
+  <glossterm>TDF Notation Compiler</glossterm>
+  <acronym>tnc</acronym>
 
-	<glossdef>
-		<para>
-			<emphasis>tnc</emphasis> is the TDF notation
-			compiler. It acts as a sort of TDF 'unstructured assembler',
-			and can translate TDF capsules to and from a human readable
-			form.
-		</para>
+  <glossdef>
+    <para>
+      <emphasis>tnc</emphasis> is the TDF notation
+      compiler. It acts as a sort of TDF 'unstructured assembler',
+      and can translate TDF capsules to and from a human readable
+      form.
+    </para>
 
-		<para>
-			This functionality is provided by <emphasis>tcc</emphasis>,
-			but <emphasis>tnc</emphasis> may be called directly.
-		</para>
-	</glossdef>
+    <para>
+      This functionality is provided by <emphasis>tcc</emphasis>,
+      but <emphasis>tnc</emphasis> may be called directly.
+    </para>
+  </glossdef>
 
-	<!-- TODO see also: user/guides/tnc -->
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdf"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdfnotation"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="unstructuredtdf"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tpl"/>
+  <!-- TODO see also: user/guides/tnc -->
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdf"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdfnotation"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="unstructuredtdf"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tpl"/>
 </glossentry>
-

doc/glossary/entries/tpl.xml

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 <glossentry>
-	<glossterm>tpl</glossterm>
+  <glossterm>tpl</glossterm>
 
-	<glossdef>
-		<para>
-			<emphasis>tpl</emphasis> is the PL_TDF compiler. It is
-			a TDF 'structured assembler' in the lineage of PL360.
-			<emphasis>tpl</emphasis> provides a more user-friendly way
-			of generating TDF capsules from scratch than that offered
-			by <emphasis>tnc</emphasis>.
-		</para>
+  <glossdef>
+    <para>
+      <emphasis>tpl</emphasis> is the PL_TDF compiler. It is
+      a TDF 'structured assembler' in the lineage of PL360.
+      <emphasis>tpl</emphasis> provides a more user-friendly way
+      of generating TDF capsules from scratch than that offered
+      by <emphasis>tnc</emphasis>.
+    </para>
 
-		<para>
-			This functionality is provided by <emphasis>tcc</emphasis>,
-			but <emphasis>tpl</emphasis> may be called directly.
-		</para>
-	</glossdef>
+    <para>
+      This functionality is provided by <emphasis>tcc</emphasis>,
+      but <emphasis>tpl</emphasis> may be called directly.
+    </para>
+  </glossdef>
 
-	<!-- TODO see also: user/guides/tnc -->
-	<glossseealso otherterm="pltdf"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="structuredtdf"/>
-	<glossseealso otherterm="tnc"/>
+  <!-- TODO see also: user/guides/tnc -->
+  <glossseealso otherterm="pltdf"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tdfcapsule"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="structuredtdf"/>
+  <glossseealso otherterm="tnc"/>
 </glossentry>
-

doc/glossary/entries/tspec.xml

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 <glossentry>
-	<glossterm>tspec</glossterm>
+  <glossterm>tspec</glossterm>
 
-	<glossdef>
-		<para>
-			The API checking facilities of the TenDRA compiler are
-			implemented by means of abstract interface specifications
-			generated using the <emphasis>tspec</emphasis> tool.
-		</para>
+  <glossdef>
+    <para>
+      The API checking facilities of the TenDRA compiler are
+      implemented by means of abstract interface specifications
+      generated using the <emphasis>tspec</emphasis> tool.
+    </para>
 
-		<para>
-			This tool and specifications for a number of common APIs are
-			included with the release. Part of the installation process
-			consists of pre-compiling the implementations of those APIs
-			implemented on the target machine into TDF libraries. This
-			is performed automatically using <emphasis>tcc</emphasis> to
-			combine the <emphasis>tspec</emphasis> specification with
-			the implementation given in the system headers.
-		</para>
-	</glossdef>
+    <para>
+      This tool and specifications for a number of common APIs are
+      included with the release. Part of the installation process
+      consists of pre-compiling the implementations of those APIs
+      implemented on the target machine into TDF libraries. This
+      is performed automatically using <emphasis>tcc</emphasis> to
+      combine the <emphasis>tspec</emphasis> specification with
+      the implementation given in the system headers.
+    </para>
+  </glossdef>
 
-	<!-- TODO see also: user/guides/tspec -->
-	<glossseealso otherterm="api"/>
+  <!-- TODO see also: user/guides/tspec -->
+  <glossseealso otherterm="api"/>
 </glossentry>
-