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interpretation_in_locale: standalone goal setup;
moved theorem statements to bottom;

tuned;

renamed print_lthms to print_facts, do not insist on proof state;
renamed Toplevel.enter_forward_proof to Toplevel.enter_proof_body;

print_evaluated_term: Toplevel.context_of;

replaced attributes_update by map_attributes;

Toplevel.local_theory_to_proof: proper target;

Toplevel.local_theory: proper target;
removed dead code;

To be consistent with "induct", I renamed "fixing" to "arbitrary".
However I am not very fond of "arbitrary" - e.g. it clashes with
"arbitrary" of HOL. Both Gentzen (at least in the Szabo translation)
and Velleman (in How to prove it: a structured approach) use
"arbitrary".
Still, I wonder whether "generalising" is a good compromise?

Extended combinators now disabled

abstraction is now turned OFF...