Commit 1fa7647f authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Change all @xrefs to the non-printing emacs-xtra to @inforefs.

parent 97b0bcb7
......@@ -25,8 +25,8 @@ calendar features that are independent of any particular date. To exit
the calendar, type @kbd{q}.
The basic features of the Calendar/Diary are described here.
@xref{Advanced Calendar/Diary Usage,,, emacs-xtra, Specialized Emacs
Features}, for information about more specialized features.
@inforef{Advanced Calendar/Diary Usage,, emacs-xtra}, for information
about more specialized features.
@menu
* Calendar Motion:: Moving through the calendar; selecting a date.
......@@ -443,14 +443,14 @@ non-@code{nil}, holidays are displayed when the calendar is created.
To view the distribution of holidays for all the dates shown in the
calendar, use the @kbd{x} command. This displays the dates that are
holidays in a different face (or places a @samp{*} after these dates, if
display with multiple faces is not available). @xref{Calendar
Customizing,, calendar-holiday-marker, emacs-xtra, Specialized Emacs
Features}. The command applies both to the currently visible months and
to other months that subsequently become visible by scrolling. To turn
marking off and erase the current marks, type @kbd{u}, which also erases
any diary marks (@pxref{Diary}). If the variable
@code{mark-holidays-in-calendar} is non-@code{nil}, holidays are marked
in the calendar when it is created (or recomputed).
display with multiple faces is not available). @inforef{Calendar
Customizing, calendar-holiday-marker, emacs-xtra}. The command applies
both to the currently visible months and to other months that
subsequently become visible by scrolling. To turn marking off and erase
the current marks, type @kbd{u}, which also erases any diary marks
(@pxref{Diary}). If the variable @code{mark-holidays-in-calendar} is
non-@code{nil}, holidays are marked in the calendar when it is created
(or recomputed).
@kindex a @r{(Calendar mode)}
......@@ -1019,14 +1019,14 @@ the menu that appears.
To get a broader view of which days are mentioned in the diary, use
the @kbd{m} command. This displays the dates that have diary entries in
a different face (or places a @samp{+} after these dates, if display
with multiple faces is not available). @xref{Calendar Customizing,,
diary-entry-marker, emacs-xtra, Specialized Emacs Features}. The
command applies both to the currently visible months and to other months
that subsequently become visible by scrolling. To turn marking off and
erase the current marks, type @kbd{u}, which also turns off holiday
marks (@pxref{Holidays}). If the variable
@code{mark-diary-entries-in-calendar} is non-@code{nil}, diary dates are
marked in the calendar when it is created (or recomputed).
with multiple faces is not available). @inforef{Calendar Customizing,
diary-entry-marker, emacs-xtra}. The command applies both to the
currently visible months and to other months that subsequently become
visible by scrolling. To turn marking off and erase the current marks,
type @kbd{u}, which also turns off holiday marks (@pxref{Holidays}). If
the variable @code{mark-diary-entries-in-calendar} is non-@code{nil},
diary dates are marked in the calendar when it is created (or
recomputed).
@kindex s @r{(Calendar mode)}
@findex show-all-diary-entries
......@@ -1047,9 +1047,7 @@ directly to the printer. You can customize it like @code{lpr-region}
The command @kbd{M-x diary} displays the diary entries for the current
date, independently of the calendar display, and optionally for the next
few days as well; the variable @code{number-of-diary-entries} specifies
how many days to include. @xref{Advanced Calendar/Diary Usage,
Customizing the Calendar and Diary,, emacs-xtra, Specialized Emacs
Features}.
how many days to include. @inforef{Diary Customizing,, emacs-xtra}.
If you put @code{(diary)} in your @file{.emacs} file, this
automatically displays a window with the day's diary entries, when you
......@@ -1354,8 +1352,7 @@ entry applies to all months of the year.@refill
specifying the name of a face or a single-character string to use when
marking the entry in the calendar. Most generally, sexp diary entries
can perform arbitrary computations to determine when they apply.
@xref{Sexp Diary Entries,, Sexp Diary Entries, emacs-xtra, Specialized
Emacs Features}.
@inforef{Sexp Diary Entries,, emacs-xtra}.
@node Appointments
@section Appointments
......@@ -1474,8 +1471,8 @@ and adds the results to an Emacs diary file. For example:
@noindent
You can use an @code{#include} directive to add the import file contents
to the main diary file, if these are distinct. @xref{Fancy Diary
Display,,, emacs-xtra, Specialized Emacs Features}.
to the main diary file, if these are distinct. @inforef{Fancy Diary
Display,, emacs-xtra}.
@findex icalendar-export-file, icalendar-export-region
Use @code{icalendar-export-file} to interactively export an entire
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