Commit 05197f40 authored by Dave Love's avatar Dave Love
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Replace formfeeds removed on 2001/01/22.

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Please send Emacs bug reports to
For older news, see the file ONEWS
* Installation Changes in Emacs 21.1
** Support for GNU/Linux on IA64 machines has been added.
......@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ lacks unexec, asynchronous processes, and networking support. See the
"Emacs and the Mac OS" appendix in the Emacs manual, for the
description of aspects specific to the Mac.
* Changes in Emacs 21.1
** The user option `backward-delete-char-untabify-method' controls the
......@@ -1930,7 +1930,7 @@ containing diff3-style conflict markers, such as generated by RCS.
*** ansi-color.el translates ANSI terminal escapes into text-properties.
Please note: if `ansi-color-for-comint-mode' and
Please note: if `ansi-color-for-comint-mode and
`global-font-lock-mode' are non-nil, loading ansi-color.el will
disable font-lock and add `ansi-color-apply' to
`comint-preoutput-filter-functions' for all shell-mode buffers. This
......@@ -2086,7 +2086,7 @@ functionality with aliases for the mldrag functions.
*** ph.el has been obsoleted by EUDC and removed.
* Incompatible Lisp changes
There are a few Lisp changes which are not backwards-compatible and
......@@ -2139,7 +2139,7 @@ long promised.
** `scroll-left' and `scroll-right' are only effective when
`automatic-hscrolling' is nil.
* Lisp changes made after edition 2.6 of the Emacs Lisp Manual,
(Display-related features are described in a page of their own below.)
......@@ -2336,7 +2336,7 @@ instead.
as promised long ago.
** The new function `float-time' returns the current time as a float.
* Lisp changes in Emacs 21.1 (see following page for display-related features)
Note that +++ before an item means the Lisp manual has been updated.
......@@ -3042,7 +3042,7 @@ of live and free strings.
*** There is a new variable `strings-consed' holding the number of
strings that have been consed so far.
* Lisp-level Display features added after release 2.6 of the Emacs
Lisp Manual
......@@ -3096,7 +3096,7 @@ optional.
** Image specifications may contain the property `:ascent center' (see
* New Lisp-level Display features in Emacs 21.1
Note that +++ before an item means the Lisp manual has been updated.
......@@ -4431,6 +4431,7 @@ support a vertical-bar cursor).
* Emacs 20.7 is a bug-fix release with few user-visible changes
** It is now possible to use CCL-based coding systems for keyboard
......@@ -4449,17 +4450,18 @@ exceptions are such coding systems that handle 2-byte character sets
** Support for Macintosh PowerPC-based machines running GNU/Linux has
been added.
* Emacs 20.6 is a bug-fix release with one user-visible change
** Support for ARM-based non-RISCiX machines has been added.
* Emacs 20.5 is a bug-fix release with no user-visible changes.
** Not new, but not mentioned before:
M-w when Transient Mark mode is enabled disables the mark.
* Changes in Emacs 20.4
** Init file may be called .emacs.el.
......@@ -4830,7 +4832,7 @@ changes with a special face.
*** ispell4.el has been deleted. It got in the way of ispell.el and
this was hard to fix reliably. It has long been obsolete -- use
Ispell 3.1 and ispell.el.
* MS-DOS changes in Emacs 20.4
** Emacs compiled for MS-DOS now supports MULE features better.
......@@ -4874,7 +4876,7 @@ was not documented clearly before.
** All the Emacs games now work on MS-DOS terminals.
This includes Tetris and Snake.
* Lisp changes in Emacs 20.4
** New functions line-beginning-position and line-end-position
......@@ -5033,7 +5035,7 @@ current buffer.
facilitate working with version-controlled files from Lisp programs.
These macros check out a given file automatically if needed, and check
it back in after any modifications have been made.
* Installation Changes in Emacs 20.3
** The default value of load-path now includes most subdirectories of
......@@ -5063,7 +5065,7 @@ results.
GCC. This was formerly used to help compile Emacs with C compilers
that had limits on the significant length of an identifier, but in
fact we stopped supporting such compilers some time ago.
* Changes in Emacs 20.3
** The new command C-x z (repeat) repeats the previous command
......@@ -5797,7 +5799,7 @@ the user option `midnight-mode' to t.
bat-generic-mode: For MS-Windows BAT scripts
rc-generic-mode: For MS-Windows Resource files
rul-generic-mode: For InstallShield scripts
* Lisp changes in Emacs 20.3 since the Emacs Lisp Manual was published
** If you want a Lisp file to be read in unibyte mode,
......@@ -5830,7 +5832,7 @@ backslash-sequences. print-escape-nonascii applies to single-byte
non-ASCII characters; print-escape-multibyte applies to multibyte
characters. Both of these variables are used only when printing
in readable fashion (prin1 uses them, princ does not).
* Lisp changes in Emacs 20.3 before the Emacs Lisp Manual was published
** Compiled Emacs Lisp files made with the modified "MBSK" version
......@@ -6253,7 +6255,7 @@ customizations that you made with set-language-environment-hook. For
instance, if you set up a special key binding for a specific language
environment by set-language-environment-hook, you should set up
exit-language-environment-hook to restore the normal key binding.
* Changes in Emacs 20.1
** Emacs has a new facility for customization of its many user
......@@ -7816,7 +7818,7 @@ supports the RPOP (reserved-port POP) protocol; instead, it uses the
user's POP password to authenticate to the mail server.
This change was made earlier, but not reported in NEWS before.
* Emacs 20.1 changes for MS-DOS and MS-Windows.
** Changes in handling MS-DOS/MS-Windows text files.
......@@ -7833,7 +7835,7 @@ coding system for the buffer. Then, when you save the file, the newly
specified coding system will take effect. For example, to save with
LF, specify undecided-unix (or some other ...-unix coding system); to
save with CRLF, specify undecided-dos.
* Lisp Changes in Emacs 20.1
** Byte-compiled files made with Emacs 20 will, in general, work in
......@@ -8634,9 +8636,9 @@ item from menu created by imenu.
An example of using this feature: if we define imenu items for the
#include directives in a C file, we can open the included file when we
select one of those items.
* Emacs 19.34 is a bug-fix release with no user-visible changes.
* Changes in Emacs 19.33.
** Bibtex mode no longer turns on Auto Fill automatically. (No major
......@@ -8645,7 +8647,7 @@ mode should do that--it is the user's choice.)
** The variable normal-auto-fill-function specifies the function to
use for auto-fill-function, if and when Auto Fill is turned on.
Major modes can set this locally to alter how Auto Fill works.
* Editing Changes in Emacs 19.32
** C-x f with no argument now signals an error.
......@@ -8886,7 +8888,7 @@ cited text to hide is now customizable.
The Gnus manual has been expanded. It explains all these new features
in greater detail.
* Lisp Changes in Emacs 19.32
** The function set-visited-file-name now accepts an optional
......@@ -8910,7 +8912,7 @@ name. In such a case, you should give that alias symbol a non-nil
menu-alias property. That property tells the menu system to look for
equivalent keys for the real name instead of equivalent keys for the
* Editing Changes in Emacs 19.31
** Freedom of the press restricted in the United States.
......@@ -9214,7 +9216,7 @@ implementation of Emacs timers, see below).
**** `M-x list-colors-display' displays all the available colors.
**** The `TPU-EDT' package works.
* Lisp changes in Emacs 19.31.
** The function using-unix-filesystems on Windows NT and Windows 95
......@@ -9409,7 +9411,7 @@ checks that the library file has proper sections and headers, and
lm-synopsis extracts first line "synopsis'"information.
* For older news, see the file ONEWS
......@@ -9426,7 +9428,7 @@ Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
of this document, or of portions of it,
under the above conditions, provided also that they
carry prominent notices stating who last changed them.
Local variables:
mode: outline
paragraph-separate: "[ ]*$"
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