Commit 1860b6d5 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

; Auto-commit of loaddefs files.

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......@@ -1199,7 +1199,7 @@ archive.
\(fn &optional FORCE)" nil nil)
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "arc-mode" '("archive-")))
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "arc-mode" '("arc")))
;;;***
......@@ -5887,7 +5887,7 @@ Major mode to edit Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
This mode provides syntax highlighting, indentation, completion,
and documentation lookup for CSS.
Use `\\[complete-symbol]' to complete CSS properties, property values,
Use `\\[completion-at-point]' to complete CSS properties, property values,
pseudo-elements, pseudo-classes, at-rules, bang-rules, and HTML
tags, classes and IDs. Completion candidates for HTML class
names and IDs are found by looking through open HTML mode
......@@ -6792,19 +6792,19 @@ The most useful commands are:
(push (purecopy '(delim-col 2 1)) package--builtin-versions)
(autoload 'delimit-columns-customize "delim-col" "\
Customization of `columns' group." t nil)
Customize the `columns' group." t nil)
(autoload 'delimit-columns-region "delim-col" "\
Prettify all columns in a text region.
START and END delimits the text region.
START and END delimit the text region.
\(fn START END)" t nil)
(autoload 'delimit-columns-rectangle "delim-col" "\
Prettify all columns in a text rectangle.
START and END delimits the corners of text rectangle.
START and END delimit the corners of the text rectangle.
\(fn START END)" t nil)
......@@ -7691,6 +7691,51 @@ in `.emacs'.
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "disp-table" '("display-table-print-array")))
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads nil "display-fill-column-indicator" "display-fill-column-indicator.el"
;;;;;; (0 0 0 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from display-fill-column-indicator.el
(autoload 'display-fill-column-indicator-mode "display-fill-column-indicator" "\
Toggle display of fill-column indicator.
This uses `display-fill-column-indicator' internally.
If called interactively, enable Display-Fill-Column-Indicator mode if ARG is positive, and
disable it if ARG is zero or negative. If called from Lisp,
also enable the mode if ARG is omitted or nil, and toggle it
if ARG is `toggle'; disable the mode otherwise.
To change the position of the column displayed by default
customize `display-fill-column-indicator-column'. You can change the
character for the indicator setting `display-fill-column-indicator-character'.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(defvar global-display-fill-column-indicator-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Global Display-Fill-Column-Indicator mode is enabled.
See the `global-display-fill-column-indicator-mode' command
for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `global-display-fill-column-indicator-mode'.")
(custom-autoload 'global-display-fill-column-indicator-mode "display-fill-column-indicator" nil)
(autoload 'global-display-fill-column-indicator-mode "display-fill-column-indicator" "\
Toggle Display-Fill-Column-Indicator mode in all buffers.
With prefix ARG, enable Global Display-Fill-Column-Indicator mode if ARG is positive;
otherwise, disable it. If called from Lisp, enable the mode if
ARG is omitted or nil.
Display-Fill-Column-Indicator mode is enabled in all buffers where
`display-fill-column-indicator--turn-on' would do it.
See `display-fill-column-indicator-mode' for more information on Display-Fill-Column-Indicator mode.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "display-fill-column-indicator" '("display-fill-column-indicator--turn-on")))
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads nil "display-line-numbers" "display-line-numbers.el"
......@@ -7734,44 +7779,7 @@ See `display-line-numbers-mode' for more information on Display-Line-Numbers mod
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes)
(register-definition-prefixes "display-line-numbers" '("display-line-numbers-")))
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads nil "display-fill-column-indicator" "display-fill-column-indicator.el"
;;;;;; (0 0 0 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from display-fill-column-indicator.el
(autoload 'display-fill-column-indicator-mode "display-fill-column-indicator" "\
Toggle display fill column indicator.
This uses `display-fill-column-indicator' internally.
To change the position of the line displayed by default,
customize `display-fill-column-indicator-column'.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(defvar global-display-fill-column-indicator-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Global Display-fill-column-indicator mode is enabled.
See the `global-display-fill-column-indicator-mode' command
for a description of this minor mode.")
(custom-autoload 'global-display-fill-column-indicator-mode
"display-fill-column-indicator" nil)
(autoload 'global-display-fill-column-indicator-mode
"display-fill-column-indicator" "\
Toggle display fill column indicator.
This uses `display-fill-column-indicator' internally.
To change the position of the line displayed by default,
customize `display-fill-column-indicator-column'.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes)
(register-definition-prefixes "display-fill-column-indicator" '("display-fill-column-indicator-")))
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "display-line-numbers" '("display-line-numbers-")))
;;;***
......@@ -11636,7 +11644,7 @@ fourth arg NOSEP non-nil inhibits this.
;;;### (autoloads nil "eww" "net/eww.el" (0 0 0 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/eww.el
(defvar eww-suggest-uris '(eww-links-at-point url-get-url-at-point eww-current-url) "\
(defvar eww-suggest-uris '(eww-links-at-point thing-at-point-url-at-point eww-current-url) "\
List of functions called to form the list of default URIs for `eww'.
Each of the elements is a function returning either a string or a list
of strings. The results will be joined into a single list with
......@@ -12811,7 +12819,7 @@ to get the effect of a C-q.
;;;### (autoloads nil "flymake" "progmodes/flymake.el" (0 0 0 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/flymake.el
(push (purecopy '(flymake 1 0 5)) package--builtin-versions)
(push (purecopy '(flymake 1 0 6)) package--builtin-versions)
(autoload 'flymake-log "flymake" "\
Log, at level LEVEL, the message MSG formatted with ARGS.
......@@ -12864,12 +12872,10 @@ Flymake collects diagnostic information from multiple sources,
called backends, and visually annotates the buffer with the
results.
Flymake performs these checks while the user is editing. The
customization variables `flymake-start-on-flymake-mode',
`flymake-no-changes-timeout' and
`flymake-start-syntax-check-on-newline' determine the exact
circumstances whereupon Flymake decides to initiate a check of
the buffer.
Flymake performs these checks while the user is editing.
The customization variables `flymake-start-on-flymake-mode',
`flymake-no-changes-timeout' determine the exact circumstances
whereupon Flymake decides to initiate a check of the buffer.
The commands `flymake-goto-next-error' and
`flymake-goto-prev-error' can be used to navigate among Flymake
......@@ -13500,18 +13506,6 @@ All keyword parameters default to nil.
\(fn FRAMESET &key PREDICATE FILTERS REUSE-FRAMES FORCE-DISPLAY FORCE-ONSCREEN CLEANUP-FRAMES)" nil nil)
(autoload 'frameset--jump-to-register "frameset" "\
Restore frameset from DATA stored in register.
Called from `jump-to-register'. Internal use only.
\(fn DATA)" nil nil)
(autoload 'frameset--print-register "frameset" "\
Print basic info about frameset stored in DATA.
Called from `list-registers' and `view-register'. Internal use only.
\(fn DATA)" nil nil)
(autoload 'frameset-to-register "frameset" "\
Store the current frameset in register REGISTER.
Use \\[jump-to-register] to restore the frameset.
......@@ -16023,7 +16017,7 @@ The value (hs . t) is added to `buffer-invisibility-spec'.
The main commands are: `hs-hide-all', `hs-show-all', `hs-hide-block',
`hs-show-block', `hs-hide-level' and `hs-toggle-hiding'. There is also
`hs-hide-initial-comment-block' and `hs-mouse-toggle-hiding'.
`hs-hide-initial-comment-block'.
Turning hideshow minor mode off reverts the menu bar and the
variables to default values and disables the hideshow commands.
......@@ -18991,6 +18985,11 @@ If kbd macro currently being defined end it before activating it.
\(fn EVENT)" t nil)
(autoload 'kmacro-lambda-form "kmacro" "\
Create lambda form for macro bound to symbol or key.
\(fn MAC &optional COUNTER FORMAT)" nil nil)
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "kmacro" '("kmacro-")))
;;;***
......@@ -19630,6 +19629,8 @@ and then select the region of un-tablified names and use
\(fn TOP BOTTOM &optional MACRO)" t nil)
(define-key ctl-x-map "q" 'kbd-macro-query)
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "macros" '("macros--insert-vector-macro")))
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads nil "mail-extr" "mail/mail-extr.el" (0 0 0 0))
......@@ -20216,42 +20217,9 @@ recursion depth in the minibuffer prompt. This is only useful if
(autoload 'message-mode "message" "\
Major mode for editing mail and news to be sent.
Like Text Mode but with these additional commands:\\<message-mode-map>
C-c C-s `message-send' (send the message) C-c C-c `message-send-and-exit'
C-c C-d Postpone sending the message C-c C-k Kill the message
C-c C-f move to a header field (and create it if there isn't):
C-c C-f C-t move to To C-c C-f C-s move to Subject
C-c C-f C-c move to Cc C-c C-f C-b move to Bcc
C-c C-f C-w move to Fcc C-c C-f C-r move to Reply-To
C-c C-f C-u move to Summary C-c C-f C-n move to Newsgroups
C-c C-f C-k move to Keywords C-c C-f C-d move to Distribution
C-c C-f C-o move to From (\"Originator\")
C-c C-f C-f move to Followup-To
C-c C-f C-m move to Mail-Followup-To
C-c C-f C-e move to Expires
C-c C-f C-i cycle through Importance values
C-c C-f s change subject and append \"(was: <Old Subject>)\"
C-c C-f x crossposting with FollowUp-To header and note in body
C-c C-f t replace To: header with contents of Cc: or Bcc:
C-c C-f a Insert X-No-Archive: header and a note in the body
C-c C-t `message-insert-to' (add a To header to a news followup)
C-c C-l `message-to-list-only' (removes all but list address in to/cc)
C-c C-n `message-insert-newsgroups' (add a Newsgroup header to a news reply)
C-c C-b `message-goto-body' (move to beginning of message text).
C-c C-i `message-goto-signature' (move to the beginning of the signature).
C-c C-w `message-insert-signature' (insert `message-signature-file' file).
C-c C-y `message-yank-original' (insert current message, if any).
C-c C-q `message-fill-yanked-message' (fill what was yanked).
C-c C-e `message-elide-region' (elide the text between point and mark).
C-c C-v `message-delete-not-region' (remove the text outside the region).
C-c C-z `message-kill-to-signature' (kill the text up to the signature).
C-c C-r `message-caesar-buffer-body' (rot13 the message body).
C-c C-a `mml-attach-file' (attach a file as MIME).
C-c C-u `message-insert-or-toggle-importance' (insert or cycle importance).
C-c M-n `message-insert-disposition-notification-to' (request receipt).
C-c M-m `message-mark-inserted-region' (mark region with enclosing tags).
C-c M-f `message-mark-insert-file' (insert file marked with enclosing tags).
M-RET `message-newline-and-reformat' (break the line and reformat).
Like `text-mode', but with these additional commands:
\\{message-mode-map}
\(fn)" t nil)
......@@ -22111,7 +22079,7 @@ This command does not work if you use short group names." t nil)
;;;### (autoloads nil "nnheader" "gnus/nnheader.el" (0 0 0 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/nnheader.el
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "nnheader" '("gnus-" "mail-header-" "make-" "nnheader-" "nntp-")))
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "nnheader" '("gnus-" "mail-header-" "make-mail-header" "nnheader-" "nntp-")))
;;;***
......@@ -28153,6 +28121,7 @@ CHAR
`(seq SEXP1 SEXP2 ...)'
`(sequence SEXP1 SEXP2 ...)'
matches what SEXP1 matches, followed by what SEXP2 matches, etc.
Without arguments, matches the empty string.
`(submatch SEXP1 SEXP2 ...)'
`(group SEXP1 SEXP2 ...)'
......@@ -28168,7 +28137,7 @@ CHAR
`(| SEXP1 SEXP2 ...)'
matches anything that matches SEXP1 or SEXP2, etc. If all
args are strings, use `regexp-opt' to optimize the resulting
regular expression.
regular expression. Without arguments, never matches anything.
`(minimal-match SEXP)'
produce a non-greedy regexp for SEXP. Normally, regexps matching
......@@ -29303,6 +29272,7 @@ The default value matches citations like `foo-bar>' plus whitespace.")
(defvar mail-signature t "\
Text inserted at end of mail buffer when a message is initialized.
If nil, no signature is inserted.
If t, it means to insert the contents of the file `mail-signature-file'.
If a string, that string is inserted.
(To make a proper signature, the string should begin with \\n\\n-- \\n,
......@@ -34398,9 +34368,11 @@ STATUS is a plist representing what happened during the request,
with most recent events first, or an empty list if no events have
occurred. Each pair is one of:
\(:redirect REDIRECTED-TO) - the request was redirected to this URL
\(:error (ERROR-SYMBOL . DATA)) - an error occurred. The error can be
signaled with (signal ERROR-SYMBOL DATA).
\(:redirect REDIRECTED-TO) - the request was redirected to this URL.
\(:error (error type . DATA)) - an error occurred. TYPE is a
symbol that says something about where the error occurred, and
DATA is a list (possibly nil) that describes the error further.
Return the buffer URL will load into, or nil if the process has
already completed (i.e. URL was a mailto URL or similar; in this case
......@@ -34660,23 +34632,19 @@ if ARG is `toggle'; disable the mode otherwise.
(autoload 'url-file-handler "url-handlers" "\
Function called from the `file-name-handler-alist' routines.
OPERATION is what needs to be done (`file-exists-p', etc). ARGS are
the arguments that would have been passed to OPERATION.
OPERATION is what needs to be done (`file-exists-p', etc.).
ARGS are the arguments that would have been passed to OPERATION.
\(fn OPERATION &rest ARGS)" nil nil)
(autoload 'url-copy-file "url-handlers" "\
Copy URL to NEWNAME. Both args must be strings.
Signal a `file-already-exists' error if file NEWNAME already exists,
unless a third argument OK-IF-ALREADY-EXISTS is supplied and non-nil.
A number as third arg means request confirmation if NEWNAME already exists.
This is what happens in interactive use with M-x.
Fourth arg KEEP-TIME non-nil means give the new file the same
last-modified time as the old one. (This works on only some systems.)
Args PRESERVE-UID-GID and PRESERVE-PERMISSIONS are ignored.
A prefix arg makes KEEP-TIME non-nil.
\(fn URL NEWNAME &optional OK-IF-ALREADY-EXISTS KEEP-TIME PRESERVE-UID-GID PRESERVE-PERMISSIONS)" nil nil)
Copy URL to NEWNAME. Both arguments must be strings.
Signal a `file-already-exists' error if file NEWNAME already
exists, unless a third argument OK-IF-ALREADY-EXISTS is supplied
and non-nil. An integer as third argument means request
confirmation if NEWNAME already exists.
\(fn URL NEWNAME &optional OK-IF-ALREADY-EXISTS &rest IGNORED)" nil nil)
(autoload 'url-file-local-copy "url-handlers" "\
Copy URL into a temporary file on this machine.
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