Commit 1fc101b0 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

Don't confuse how Texinfo outputs @var with the input

* doc/emacs/rmail.texi (Movemail):
* doc/lispref/control.texi (Pattern matching case statement):
* doc/lispref/frames.texi (Size and Position):
* doc/lispref/processes.texi (Asynchronous Processes):
* doc/lispref/text.texi (Document Object Model):
* doc/lispref/windows.texi (Coordinates and Windows):
Do not upper-case the argument of @var.
parent 91aa5d19
......@@ -1425,7 +1425,7 @@ local mailbox.
@end table
@noindent
@var{Proto} can be one of:
@var{proto} can be one of:
@table @code
@item mbox
......@@ -1434,12 +1434,12 @@ Usual Unix mailbox format. In this case, neither @var{user} nor
of the mailbox file, e.g., @code{mbox://var/spool/mail/smith}.
@item mh
A local mailbox in the @acronym{MH} format. @var{User} and
@var{pass} are not used. @var{Host-or-file-name} denotes the name of
A local mailbox in the @acronym{MH} format. @var{user} and
@var{pass} are not used. @var{host-or-file-name} denotes the name of
@acronym{MH} folder, e.g., @code{mh://Mail/inbox}.
@item maildir
A local mailbox in the @acronym{maildir} format. @var{User} and
A local mailbox in the @acronym{maildir} format. @var{user} and
@var{pass} are not used, and @var{host-or-file-name} denotes the name of
@code{maildir} mailbox, e.g., @code{maildir://mail/inbox}.
......@@ -1448,14 +1448,14 @@ Any local mailbox format. Its actual format is detected automatically
by @code{movemail}.
@item pop
A remote mailbox to be accessed via POP3 protocol. @var{User}
A remote mailbox to be accessed via POP3 protocol. @var{user}
specifies the remote user name to use, @var{pass} may be used to
specify the user password, @var{host-or-file-name} is the name or IP
address of the remote mail server to connect to; e.g.,
@code{pop://smith:guessme@@remote.server.net}.
@item imap
A remote mailbox to be accessed via IMAP4 protocol. @var{User}
A remote mailbox to be accessed via IMAP4 protocol. @var{user}
specifies the remote user name to use, @var{pass} may be used to
specify the user password, @var{host-or-file-name} is the name or IP
address of the remote mail server to connect to;
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......@@ -368,7 +368,7 @@ UPattern. For example:
@item (app @var{function} @var{upattern})
Matches if @var{function} applied to the value being matched returns a
value that matches @var{upattern}. This is like the @code{pred}
UPattern, except that it tests the result against @var{UPattern},
UPattern, except that it tests the result against @var{upattern},
rather than against a boolean truth value. The @var{function} call can
use one of the forms described below.
@item (or @var{upattern1} @var{upattern2}@dots{})
......
......@@ -772,9 +772,9 @@ origin at the position (0, 0) of the frame's display. On a text
terminal frame both values are zero.
@end defun
@defun set-frame-position frame X Y
This function sets the outer frame position of @var{frame} to @var{X}
and @var{Y}. The latter arguments specify pixels and normally count
@defun set-frame-position frame x y
This function sets the outer frame position of @var{frame} to @var{x}
and @var{y}. The latter arguments specify pixels and normally count
from an origin at the position (0, 0) of @var{frame}'s display.
A negative parameter value positions the right edge of the outer frame
......
......@@ -642,7 +642,7 @@ I/O, file-name-coding-system}).
If @var{coding} is @code{nil}, the default rules for finding the
coding system will apply. @xref{Default Coding Systems}.
@item :connection-type @var{TYPE}
@item :connection-type @var{type}
Initialize the type of device used to communicate with the subprocess.
Possible values are @code{pty} to use a pty, @code{pipe} to use a
pipe, or @code{nil} to use the default derived from the value of the
......
......@@ -4572,7 +4572,7 @@ Return all nodes in @var{dom} that have IDs that match @var{match},
which is a regular expression.
@item dom-strings @var{dom}
Return all strings in @var{DOM}.
Return all strings in @var{dom}.
@end table
......
......@@ -3999,14 +3999,14 @@ This function returns the pixel edges of @var{window}'s body. Calling
the origin of the display screen rather than that of the frame:
@defun window-absolute-pixel-edges &optional window
This function returns the pixel coordinates of @var{WINDOW} relative to
This function returns the pixel coordinates of @var{window} relative to
an origin at (0, 0) of the display of @var{window}'s frame. Calling
@code{(window-absolute-pixel-edges)} is equivalent to calling
@code{(window-edges window nil t t)}, see above.
@end defun
@defun window-absolute-body-pixel-edges &optional window
This function returns the pixel coordinates of @var{WINDOW}'s body
This function returns the pixel coordinates of @var{window}'s body
relative to an origin at (0, 0) of the display of @var{window}'s frame.
Calling @code{(window-absolute-body-pixel-edges window)} is equivalent
to calling @code{(window-edges window t t t)}, see above.
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