Commit 21100e7d authored by Chong Yidong's avatar Chong Yidong
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Two minor manual updates.

* doc/emacs/killing.texi (Deletion): Document negative prefix arg to M-SPC.

* doc/emacs/regs.texi (Text Registers): C-x r i does not activate the mark.
(Bookmarks): Document new default bookmark location.
parent 6bbfa6e1
......@@ -152,7 +152,7 @@ abbrevs.texi
ack.texi
anti.texi
arevert-xtra.texi
basic.texi
basic.texi cyd
buffers.texi
building.texi
calendar.texi
......@@ -172,23 +172,23 @@ fixit.texi
fortran-xtra.texi
frames.texi
glossary.texi
help.texi
help.texi cyd
indent.texi
killing.texi
killing.texi cyd
kmacro.texi
macos.texi
maintaining.texi
major.texi
mark.texi
mark.texi cyd
mini.texi
misc.texi
msdog.texi
msdog-xtra.texi
mule.texi
m-x.texi
m-x.texi cyd
picture-xtra.texi
programs.texi
regs.texi
regs.texi cyd
rmail.texi
screen.texi cyd
search.texi
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2011-10-15 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* display.texi (Scrolling): Tweak explanation of scroll direction.
(View Mode): Add index entries.
* killing.texi (Deletion): Document negative prefix arg to M-SPC.
* regs.texi (Text Registers): C-x r i does not activate the mark.
(Bookmarks): Document new default bookmark location.
2011-10-13 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* killing.texi (Deletion): Add xref to Using Region. Document
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......@@ -118,10 +118,12 @@ characters: spaces, tabs and newlines. @kbd{M-\}
(@code{delete-horizontal-space}) deletes all the spaces and tab
characters before and after point. With a prefix argument, this only
deletes spaces and tab characters before point. @kbd{M-@key{SPC}}
(@code{just-one-space}) does likewise but leaves a single space after
(@code{just-one-space}) does likewise but leaves a single space before
point, regardless of the number of spaces that existed previously
(even if there were none before). With a numeric argument @var{n}, it
leaves @var{n} spaces after point.
leaves @var{n} spaces before point if @var{n} is positive; if @var{n}
is negative, it deletes newlines in addition to spaces and tabs,
leaving a single space before point.
@kbd{C-x C-o} (@code{delete-blank-lines}) deletes all blank lines
after the current line. If the current line is blank, it deletes all
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......@@ -30,9 +30,9 @@ Display a description of what register @var{r} contains.
@end table
@dfn{Bookmarks} record files and positions in them, so you can
return to those positions when you look at the file again.
Bookmarks are similar enough in spirit to registers that they
seem to belong in this chapter.
return to those positions when you look at the file again. Bookmarks
are similar in spirit to registers, so they are also documented in
this chapter.
@menu
* Position Registers:: Saving positions in registers.
......@@ -119,9 +119,9 @@ the region text to the text in the register instead of
@kindex C-x r i
@findex insert-register
@kbd{C-x r i @var{r}} inserts in the buffer the text from register
@var{r}. Normally it leaves point before the text and places the mark
after, but with a numeric argument (@kbd{C-u}) it puts point after the
text and the mark before.
@var{r}. Normally it leaves point before the text and sets the mark
after, without activating it. With a numeric argument, it instead
puts point after the text and the mark before.
@node Rectangle Registers
@section Saving Rectangles in Registers
......@@ -143,12 +143,9 @@ Insert the rectangle stored in register @var{r} (if it contains a
rectangle) (@code{insert-register}).
@end table
The @kbd{C-x r i @var{r}} command inserts a text string if the
register contains one, and inserts a rectangle if the register contains
one.
See also the command @code{sort-columns}, which you can think of
as sorting a rectangle. @xref{Sorting}.
The @kbd{C-x r i @var{r}} (@code{insert-register}) command,
previously documented in @ref{Text Registers}, inserts a rectangle
rather than a a text string, if the register contains a rectangle.
@node Configuration Registers
@section Saving Window Configurations in Registers
......@@ -281,12 +278,14 @@ you can use it to edit your bookmark definitions or annotate the
bookmarks. Type @kbd{C-h m} in the bookmark buffer for more
information about its special editing commands.
When you kill Emacs, Emacs offers to save your bookmark values in your
default bookmark file, @file{~/.emacs.bmk}, if you have changed any
bookmark values. You can also save the bookmarks at any time with the
@kbd{M-x bookmark-save} command. The bookmark commands load your
default bookmark file automatically. This saving and loading is how
bookmarks persist from one Emacs session to the next.
When you kill Emacs, Emacs offers to save your bookmark values, if
you have changed any bookmark values. You can also save the bookmarks
at any time with the @kbd{M-x bookmark-save} command. Bookmarks are
saved to the file @file{~/.emacs.d/bookmarks} (for compatibility with
older versions of Emacs, if you have a file named @file{~/.emacs.bmk},
that is used instead). The bookmark commands load your default
bookmark file automatically. This saving and loading is how bookmarks
persist from one Emacs session to the next.
@vindex bookmark-save-flag
If you set the variable @code{bookmark-save-flag} to 1, each command
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......@@ -251,6 +251,7 @@ highlight strings that indicate failure, caution or successful operation.
with Xft. To change font, use the X resource font, for example:
Emacs.pane.menubar.font: Courier-12
+++
** On graphical displays, the mode-line no longer ends in dashes.
Also, the first dash (which does not indicate anything) is just
displayed as a space.
......@@ -455,6 +456,7 @@ bound to M-=, which shows the number of lines, words, and characters.
** The default value of `backup-by-copying-when-mismatch' is now t.
+++
** The command `just-one-space' (M-SPC), if given a negative argument,
also deletes newlines around point.
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