Commit 04142c9a authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Proofreading fixes from Peter Milliken.

parent 5f0e1d42
......@@ -823,7 +823,10 @@ symbols.
@item M-x c-set-style @key{RET} @var{style} @key{RET}
Select predefined indentation style @var{style}. Type @kbd{?} when
entering @var{style} to see a list of supported styles; to find out what
a style looks like, select it and reindent some C code.
a style looks like, select it and reindent some C code, e.g., by typing
@key{TAB} at the leftmost column of a few lines. @xref{C Indent
Styles}, for more details about available styles and their
customizations.
@item C-c C-o @var{symbol} @key{RET} @var{offset} @key{RET}
Set the indentation offset for syntactic symbol @var{symbol}
......@@ -1124,14 +1127,17 @@ modes, including @code{gnu}, @code{k&r}, @code{bsd}, @code{stroustrup},
@code{ellemtel}, @code{cc-mode}, and @code{user}.
@findex c-set-style
@vindex c-default-style
To choose the style you want, use the command @kbd{M-x c-set-style}.
Specify a style name as an argument (case is not significant in C style
names). The chosen style only affects newly visited buffers, not those
you are already editing. You can also set the variable
@code{c-default-style} to specify the style for various major modes.
Its value should be an alist, in which each element specifies one major
mode and which indentation style to use for it. For example,
you are already editing; to reindent an existing buffer, switch to that
buffer and type @kbd{C-x h C-M-\}.
@vindex c-default-style
You can also set the variable @code{c-default-style} to specify the
style for various major modes. Its value should be an alist, in which
each element specifies one major mode and which indentation style to use
for it. For example,
@example
(setq c-default-style
......@@ -1142,7 +1148,7 @@ mode and which indentation style to use for it. For example,
specifies an explicit choice for Java mode, and the default @samp{gnu}
style for the other C-like modes.
The style @code{gnu} defines the formatting recommend by the GNU
The @code{gnu} style defines the formatting recommend by the GNU
Project; it is the default, so as to encourage the indentation we
recommend. However, if you make changes in variables such as
@code{c-basic-offset} and @code{c-offsets-alist} in your
......@@ -1194,9 +1200,10 @@ correct matches are specified in the syntax table.
Three variables control parenthesis match display.
@code{blink-matching-paren} turns the feature on or off; @code{nil}
turns it off, but the default is @code{t} to turn match display on.
@code{blink-matching-delay} says how many seconds to wait; the default
is 1, but on some systems it is useful to specify a fraction of a
second. @code{blink-matching-paren-distance} specifies how many
@code{blink-matching-delay} says how many seconds to wait after moving
the cursor to the matching open parenthesis, before moving it back; the
default is 1, but on some systems it is useful to specify a fraction of
a second. @code{blink-matching-paren-distance} specifies how many
characters back to search to find the matching opening delimiter. If
the match is not found in that far, scanning stops, and nothing is
displayed. This is to prevent scanning for the matching delimiter from
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