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    Why are they hosting the PDF(s!) files on GitHub? Git shouldn’t (ideally) be used to distribute final binaries or binarish-documents, but the sources. The Book itself can then be hosted on archive.org or some similar website.

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      How frequently do you think this pdf file will change?

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        No, my point was that they couldn’t upload it all in one part, but had to split it into two, since GitHub didn’t let them host it all in one file.

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          Ahhhh. Thanks for the clarification.

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        The hint was “lisp classic.” It’s a 1992 text that’s considered a historical work on old-school styles of AI and LISP programming. It’s probably frozen in time past maybe source corrections. Shouldn’t hurt anything putting the PDF there.

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          Probably because it doesn’t matter and it’s convenient and easy to keep them with the code.

          If it’s really bothering you there’s an ebook or you can concatenate it into a single PDF:

          gs -dBATCH -dNOPAUSE -q -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sOutputFile=PAIP.pdf PAIP-part1.pdf PAIP-part2.pdf