Commit 158a07a8 authored by Romain Francoise's avatar Romain Francoise
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* files.texi (Compressed Files): Fix typo.

* buffers.texi (Misc Buffer): Downcase `*shell*'.

* windows.texi (Force Same Window): Likewise.
parent ac8c0cce
2005-10-31 Romain Francoise <romain@orebokech.com>
* files.texi (Compressed Files): Fix typo.
* buffers.texi (Misc Buffer): Downcase `*shell*'.
* windows.texi (Force Same Window): Likewise.
2005-10-30 Bill Wohler <wohler@newt.com>
* help.texi (Help Mode): URLs viewed with browse-url.
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......@@ -252,9 +252,9 @@ no renaming is done.
@kbd{M-x rename-uniquely} renames the current buffer to a similar
name with a numeric suffix added to make it both different and unique.
This command does not need an argument. It is useful for creating
multiple shell buffers: if you rename the @samp{*Shell*} buffer, then
multiple shell buffers: if you rename the @samp{*shell*} buffer, then
do @kbd{M-x shell} again, it makes a new shell buffer named
@samp{*Shell*}; meanwhile, the old shell buffer continues to exist
@samp{*shell*}; meanwhile, the old shell buffer continues to exist
under its new name. This method is also good for mail buffers,
compilation buffers, and most Emacs features that create special
buffers with particular names. (With some of these features, such as
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......@@ -3084,7 +3084,7 @@ support them, this command is not defined.
@pindex gzip
Emacs automatically uncompresses compressed files when you visit
them, and automatically recompress them if you alter them and save
them, and automatically recompresses them if you alter them and save
them. Emacs recognizes compressed files by their file names. File
names ending in @samp{.gz} indicate a file compressed with
@code{gzip}. Other endings indicate other compression programs.
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......@@ -226,7 +226,7 @@ window. This runs @code{find-file-read-only-other-window}.
Certain Emacs commands switch to a specific buffer with special
contents. For example, @kbd{M-x shell} switches to a buffer named
@samp{*Shell*}. By convention, all these commands are written to pop up
@samp{*shell*}. By convention, all these commands are written to pop up
the buffer in a separate window. But you can specify that certain of
these buffers should appear in the selected window.
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