Commit 1ae7cf5e authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(edebug-display-freq-count): Doc fix.

parent 94e72368
......@@ -2564,6 +2564,7 @@ indentation of keywords and forms in loop forms.
** Indentation of backquoted forms has been made customizable in the
cl-indent package. See the new user option `lisp-backquote-indentation'.
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** Already true in Emacs 21.1, but not emphasized clearly enough:
Multibyte buffers can now faithfully record all 256 character codes
......@@ -2579,12 +2580,15 @@ the time it takes to convert the format.
3. For binary files where format conversion would be pointless and
wasteful.
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** If text has a `keymap' property, that keymap takes precedence
over minor mode keymaps.
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** A hex escape in a string forces the string to be multibyte.
An octal escape makes it unibyte.
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** At the end of a command, point moves out from within invisible
text, in the same way it moves out from within text covered by an
image or composition property.
......@@ -2595,29 +2599,6 @@ unexpected side-effects since the property applies to everything
(including `goto-char', ...) whereas this new code is only run after
post-command-hook and thus does not care about intermediate states.
** Only one of the beginning or end of an invisible, intangible region is
considered an acceptable value for point; which one is determined by
examining how the invisible/intangible properties are inherited when new
text is inserted adjacent to them. (The `front-sticky' and `rear-sticky'
properties control this.)
If the invisible/intangible would be inherited by any text inserted
before this region, then the position before it is considered
unacceptable, and point is forced to continue (if moving forwards, to
the position following the invisible/intangible text; if moving
backwards, to one position before). If the properties would be
inherited by any text inserted after, then the position after is
considered unacceptable, and point is forced to keep moving (if moving
backwards, to the position preceding the invisible/intangible text; if
moving forwards, to one position later).
Thus, point can only go to one end of an invisible, intangible region, but
not the other one. This prevents C-f and C-b from appearing to stand still
on the screen.
You should not set it up so that both the position before and the position
after are unacceptable.
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** field-beginning and field-end now accept an additional optional
argument, LIMIT.
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......@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@
* emacsclient.c (quote_file_name): Print the result instead of
returning it. Fix the return type accordingly.
(main): Under --eval, don't fail if left with additional
arguments after decoding options. Quote file names.
(main): With --eval, if no file name, read from stdin.
Quote file names.
2003-09-10 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
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2003-10-21 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* emacs-lisp/edebug.el (edebug-display-freq-count): Doc fix.
* ls-lisp.el (ls-lisp-insert-directory): Arg is now wildcard-regexp.
Don't check for foo*/ wildcard form here.
(insert-directory): Recognize foo*/ as a wildcard.
Separate wildcard-regexp variable from the arg, wildcard.
* subr.el (add-hook): Correctly detect when make-local-hook was used.
(remove-hook): Correctly handle strange cases about local hooks.
2003-10-21 David Ponce <david@dponce.com>
* ruler-mode.el (ruler-mode-left-fringe-cols): Add new optional
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......@@ -4145,8 +4145,8 @@ You must include newlines in FMT to break lines, but one newline is appended."
;;; Frequency count and coverage
(defun edebug-display-freq-count ()
"Display the frequency count data for each line of the current
definition. The frequency counts are inserted as comment lines after
"Display the frequency count data for each line of the current definition.
The frequency counts are inserted as comment lines after
each line, and you can undo all insertions with one `undo' command.
The counts are inserted starting under the `(' before an expression
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