Commit 229995ba authored by Basil L. Contovounesios's avatar Basil L. Contovounesios
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Fix some Texinfo markup

* doc/misc/gnus-faq.texi (FAQ 3-11):
* doc/emacs/frames.texi (Tab Bars): Consistently use @var with
lower-case metasyntactic variables and @minus instead of a dash.
(Text-Only Mouse):
* doc/emacs/files.texi (Auto Revert):
* doc/emacs/misc.texi (emacsclient Options)
(Embedded WebKit Widgets):
* doc/lispref/control.texi (pcase Macro):
* doc/lispref/debugging.texi (Backtraces):
* doc/lispref/files.texi (Truenames):
* doc/lispref/frames.texi (Management Parameters):
* doc/lispref/os.texi (Time Calculations):
* doc/lispref/text.texi (Parsing JSON):
* doc/misc/efaq-w32.texi (Other versions of Emacs, Debugging)
(Swap Caps NT, Printing, Bash, Developing with Emacs):
* doc/misc/efaq.texi (New in Emacs 25):
* doc/misc/emacs-gnutls.texi (Help For Users):
* doc/misc/message.texi (Using S/MIME, Passphrase caching):
* test/manual/etags/tex-src/gzip.texi (Overview): Use @. when a
sentence in the middle of a paragraph ends with an upper-case letter
as per "(texinfo) Ending a Sentence".
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......@@ -1003,7 +1003,7 @@ variable @code{auto-revert-remote-files} to non-@code{nil}.
@vindex auto-revert-use-notify
@vindex auto-revert-interval
By default, Auto Revert mode works using @dfn{file notifications},
whereby changes in the filesystem are reported to Emacs by the OS.
whereby changes in the filesystem are reported to Emacs by the OS@.
You can disable use of file notifications by customizing the variable
@code{auto-revert-use-notify} to a @code{nil} value, then Emacs will
check for file changes by polling every five seconds. You can change
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......@@ -1362,15 +1362,16 @@ a recently used tab.
@findex tab-next
Switch to the next tab. If you repeat this command, it cycles through
all the tabs on the selected frame. With a positive numeric argument
N, it switches to the next Nth tab; with a negative argument −N, it
switches back to the previous Nth tab.
@var{n}, it switches to the next @var{n}th tab; with a negative
argument @minus{}@var{n}, it switches back to the previous @var{n}th
tab.
@item S-C-@key{TAB}
@kindex S-C-TAB
@findex tab-previous
Switch to the previous tab. With a positive numeric argument N, it
switches to the previous Nth tab; with a negative argument −N, it
switches back to the next Nth tab.
Switch to the previous tab. With a positive numeric argument @var{n},
it switches to the previous @var{n}th tab; with a negative argument
@minus{}@var{n}, it switches back to the next @var{n}th tab.
@item C-x t @key{RET} @var{tabname} @key{RET}
Switch to the tab by its name, with completion on all tab names.
......@@ -1392,7 +1393,7 @@ to select the tab by its number.
@findex tab-recent
Switch to the recent tab. The key combination is the modifier key
defined by @code{tab-bar-select-tab-modifiers} and the key @kbd{0}.
With a numeric argument N, switch to the Nth recent tab.
With a numeric argument @var{n}, switch to the @var{n}th recent tab.
@end table
The following commands can be used to operate on tabs:
......@@ -1406,9 +1407,9 @@ variable @code{tab-bar-tab-name-function}.
@item C-x t m
@findex tab-move
Move the current tab N positions to the right with a positive numeric
argument N. With a negative argument −N, move the current tab
N positions to the left.
Move the current tab @var{n} positions to the right with a positive
numeric argument @var{n}. With a negative argument @minus{}@var{n},
move the current tab @var{n} positions to the left.
@end table
@findex tab-bar-history-mode
......@@ -1621,7 +1622,7 @@ again.
enable mouse support. You must have the gpm server installed and
running on your system in order for this to work. Note that when
this mode is enabled, you cannot use the mouse to transfer text
between Emacs and other programs which use GPM. This is due to
between Emacs and other programs which use GPM@. This is due to
limitations in GPM and the Linux kernel.
@iftex
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......@@ -1968,12 +1968,12 @@ evaluate, @emph{not} as a list of files to visit.
@item -f @var{server-file}
@itemx --server-file=@var{server-file}
Specify a server file (@pxref{TCP Emacs server}) for connecting to an
Emacs server via TCP. Alternatively, you can set the
Emacs server via TCP@. Alternatively, you can set the
@env{EMACS_SERVER_FILE} environment variable to point to the server
file. (The command-line option overrides the environment variable.)
An Emacs server usually uses a local socket to listen for connections,
but also supports connections over TCP. To connect to a TCP Emacs
but also supports connections over TCP@. To connect to a TCP Emacs
server, @command{emacsclient} needs to read a @dfn{server file}
containing the connection details of the Emacs server. The name of
this file is specified with this option, either as a file name
......@@ -2882,7 +2882,7 @@ widget. The URL normally defaults to the URL at or before point, but
if there is an active region (@pxref{Mark}), the default URL comes
from the region instead, after removing any whitespace from it. The
command then creates a new buffer with the embedded browser showing
the specified URL. The buffer is put in the Xwidget-WebKit mode
the specified URL@. The buffer is put in the Xwidget-WebKit mode
(similar to Image mode, @pxref{Image Mode}), which provides
one-key commands for scrolling the widget, changing its size, and
reloading it. Type @w{@kbd{C-h b}} in that buffer to see the key
......
......@@ -835,7 +835,7 @@ the second and subsequent occurrences do not expand to re-binding,
but instead expand to an equality test using @code{eq}.
The following example features a @code{pcase} form
with two clauses and two @var{seqpat}, A and B.
with two clauses and two @var{seqpat}, A and B@.
Both A and B first check that @var{expval} is a
pair (using @code{pred}),
and then bind symbols to the @code{car} and @code{cdr}
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......@@ -402,7 +402,7 @@ assumptions are false if the debugger is running interpreted.
@cindex backtrace buffer
Debugger mode is derived from Backtrace mode, which is also used to
show backtraces by Edebug and ERT. (@pxref{Edebug}, and @ref{Top,the
show backtraces by Edebug and ERT@. (@pxref{Edebug}, and @ref{Top,the
ERT manual,, ert, ERT: Emacs Lisp Regression Testing}.)
@cindex stack frame
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......@@ -1190,7 +1190,7 @@ inconclusive, the function returns @code{t} on Cygwin and @code{nil}
on macOS.
Currently this function always returns @code{nil} on platforms other
than MS-DOS, MS-Windows, Cygwin, and macOS. It does not detect
than MS-DOS, MS-Windows, Cygwin, and macOS@. It does not detect
case-insensitivity of mounted filesystems, such as Samba shares or
NFS-mounted Windows volumes. On remote hosts, it assumes @code{t} for
the @samp{smb} method. For all other connection methods, runtime
......
......@@ -2173,7 +2173,7 @@ it on an undecorated frame.
@item override-redirect
@cindex override redirect frames
If non-@code{nil}, this means that this is an @dfn{override redirect}
frame---a frame not handled by window managers under X. Override
frame---a frame not handled by window managers under X@. Override
redirect frames have no window manager decorations, can be positioned
and resized only via Emacs' positioning and resizing functions and are
usually drawn on top of all other frames. Setting this parameter has
......
......@@ -1988,7 +1988,7 @@ The result is @code{nil} if either argument is a NaN.
This returns the time difference @var{t1} @minus{} @var{t2} between
two time values, as a Lisp time value. The result is exact and its clock
resolution is no worse than the worse of its two arguments' resolutions.
The result is floating-point only if it is infinite or a NaN.
The result is floating-point only if it is infinite or a NaN@.
If you need the difference in units
of elapsed seconds, you can convert it with @code{time-convert} or
@code{float-time}. @xref{Time Conversion}.
......
......@@ -5216,7 +5216,7 @@ Signaled when encountering invalid JSON syntax.
@end table
Only top-level values (arrays and objects) can be serialized to
JSON. The subobjects within these top-level values can be of any
JSON@. The subobjects within these top-level values can be of any
type. Likewise, the parsing functions will only return vectors,
hashtables, alists, and plists.
......
......@@ -143,7 +143,7 @@ executable, using the MinGW GCC compiler and development tools.
@cindex DOS port
@cindex Windows 3.11 port
Emacs can also be compiled for MSDOS. When run on recent MS Windows,
Emacs can also be compiled for MSDOS@. When run on recent MS Windows,
it supports long file names, and uses the Windows clipboard.
See the @file{msdos} directory in the Emacs sources for building
instructions (requires DJGPP).
......@@ -222,7 +222,7 @@ specific notes about debugging Emacs.
@cindex debugging Emacs with GDB
GDB is the GNU debugger, which can be used to debug Emacs when it has
been compiled with MinGW GCC. The best results will be obtained if
been compiled with MinGW GCC@. The best results will be obtained if
you start gdb from the @file{src} directory as @kbd{gdb ./emacs.exe}.
This will load the init file @file{.gdbinit}@footnote{
Latest versions of GDB might refuse to load the init file for security
......@@ -592,7 +592,7 @@ Subject: Re: Re[2]: problem with caps/ctrl swap on NT 4.0
@end ignore
@smallexample
It's a binary value that lets you map keystrokes in the low-level keyboard
drivers in NT. As a result you don't have to worry about applications
drivers in NT@. As a result you don't have to worry about applications
bypassing mappings that you've done at a higher level (i.e., it just works).
Here's the format of the value:
......@@ -1187,7 +1187,7 @@ A lot of effort has gone into making it easier to print from Emacs on
MS Windows, but this has still been insufficient to keep up with
changes in printing technology from text and postscript based printers
connected via ports that can be accessed directly, to graphical
printers that are only accessible via USB. For details, see
printers that are only accessible via USB@. For details, see
@uref{http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/PrintingFromEmacs, Emacs
Wiki}, @uref{http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/PrintWithWebBrowser}, and
@uref{http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/PrintFromWindowsExplorer}.
......@@ -1398,7 +1398,7 @@ default shell in Emacs, you can place the following in your init file:
@end example
WARNING: Some versions of bash set and use the environment variable
PID. For some as yet unknown reason, if @env{PID} is set and Emacs
PID@. For some as yet unknown reason, if @env{PID} is set and Emacs
passes it on to bash subshells, bash dies (Emacs can inherit the
@env{PID} variable if it's started from a bash shell). If you clear
the @env{PID} variable in your init file, you should be able to
......@@ -1890,9 +1890,9 @@ need to use.
@node MSVC
@section How do I use Emacs with Microsoft Visual C++
There are two ways you can use Emacs in conjunction with MSVC. You
There are two ways you can use Emacs in conjunction with MSVC@. You
can use Emacs as the editor, and do everything else in the DevStudio
IDE. Or you can use Emacs as an IDE, calling the MSVC command line
IDE@. Or you can use Emacs as an IDE, calling the MSVC command line
tools to build your project.
@menu
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......@@ -1125,7 +1125,7 @@ scanning of @code{#define}d symbols.
@cindex xref
@item
New package Xref replaces Etags's front-end and UI. Xref provides a
New package Xref replaces Etags's front-end and UI@. Xref provides a
generic framework and new commands to find and move to definitions of
functions, macros, data structures etc., as well as go back to the
location where you were before moving to a definition. It supersedes
......
......@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@ order: @file{/etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt} for Debian, Ubuntu,
Gentoo and Arch Linux; @file{/etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt} for
Fedora and RHEL; @file{/etc/ssl/ca-bundle.pem} for Suse;
@file{/usr/ssl/certs/ca-bundle.crt} for Cygwin;
@file{/usr/local/share/certs/ca-root-nss.crt} for FreeBSD. You can
@file{/usr/local/share/certs/ca-root-nss.crt} for FreeBSD@. You can
easily customize @code{gnutls-trustfiles} to be something else, but
let us know if you do, so we can make the change to benefit the other
users of that platform.
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......@@ -689,8 +689,9 @@ retrieves via POP3?
@subsubheading Answer
Yes, if the POP3 server supports the UIDL control (maybe almost servers
do it nowadays). To do that, add a @code{:leave VALUE} pair to each
POP3 mail source. @xref{Mail Source Specifiers}, for details on VALUE.
do it nowadays). To do that, add a @code{:leave @var{value}} pair to
each POP3 mail source. @xref{Mail Source Specifiers}, for details on
@var{value}.
@node FAQ 4 - Reading messages
@subsection Reading messages
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......@@ -1116,7 +1116,7 @@ is used.
The choice between EasyPG and OpenSSL is controlled by the variable
@code{mml-smime-use}, which needs to be set to the value @code{epg}
for EasyPG. Depending on your version of Emacs that value may be the
for EasyPG@. Depending on your version of Emacs that value may be the
default; if not, you can either customize that variable or place the
following line in your @file{.emacs} file (that line needs to be
placed above other code related to message/gnus/encryption):
......@@ -1232,7 +1232,7 @@ decryption/sign operation. @xref{Agent Options, , , gnupg, Using the
GNU Privacy Guard}.
How to use @command{gpg-agent} in Emacs depends on your version of
GnuPG. With GnuPG version 2.1, @command{gpg-agent} is started
GnuPG@. With GnuPG version 2.1, @command{gpg-agent} is started
automatically if necessary. With older versions you may need to run
the following command from the shell before starting Emacs.
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......@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@ input and writes the uncompressed data on standard output. @code{zcat}
will uncompress files that have the correct magic number whether they
have a @samp{.gz} suffix or not.
@code{gzip} uses the Lempel-Ziv algorithm used in @code{zip} and PKZIP.
@code{gzip} uses the Lempel-Ziv algorithm used in @code{zip} and PKZIP@.
The amount of compression obtained depends on the size of the input and
the distribution of common substrings. Typically, text such as source
code or English is reduced by 60-70%. Compression is generally much
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