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The second activity when loading a page is to 'unpack' it. 'Unpacking' a Logiweb page is a process which takes a Logiweb vector as input and produces a Logiweb 'bibliography', 'cache', 'dictionary', and 'body' as output.
Note: Terminology has changed. What was formerly called 'unpacking' is now split into trisection, loading of transitively referenced pages, and unpacking. Trisection splits a vector into a bibliography, a dictionary, and a 'flat body' (i.e. an unparsed body). Loading of transitively referenced pages is based on the bibliography produced by trisection. Unpacking in the new sense of the word comprises parsing of the flat body into a body expressed as a parse tree.
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