Commit 233ba4d9 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Merge from emacs-23; up to 2010-05-26T14:19:15Z!monnier@iro.umontreal.ca.

parents 827b77e9 a60287ff
2011-02-05 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* rmail.texi (Rmail Display): Document Rmail MIME support more
accurately.
* maintaining.texi (VC Change Log): Document vc-log-incoming and
vc-log-outgoing.
(Merging): Document vc-find-conflicted-file.
2011-02-05 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* custom.texi (Variables): Fix typo.
2011-01-31 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* search.texi (Regexps): Copyedits. Mention character classes
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......@@ -770,7 +770,7 @@ using the help command @kbd{C-h v} (@code{describe-variable}).
most interesting variables for a non-programmer user are those meant
for users to change---these are called @dfn{user options}. @xref{Easy
Customization}, for information about using the Customize facility to
set user options. In the following sections, we describe will other
set user options. In the following sections, we will describe other
aspects of Emacs variables, such as how to set them outside Customize.
Emacs Lisp allows any variable (with a few exceptions) to have any
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......@@ -907,6 +907,14 @@ Display revision control state and change history
@item C-x v L
Display the change history for the current repository
(@code{vc-print-root-log}).
@item C-x v I
Display the changes that will be received with a pull operation
(@code{vc-log-incoming}).
@item C-x v O
Display the changes that will be sent by the next push operation
(@code{vc-log-outgoing}).
@end table
@kindex C-x v l
......@@ -928,6 +936,19 @@ version-controlled directory tree as a whole. With a prefix argument,
the command prompts for the maximum number of revisions to display.
RCS, SCCS, and CVS do not support this feature.
On a distributed version control system, the @kbd{C-x v I}
(@code{vc-log-incoming}) command displays a log buffer showing the
changes that will be applied, the next time you run the version
control system's ``pull'' command to get new revisions from another
repository. This other repository is the default one from which
changes are pulled, as defined by the version control system; with a
prefix argument, @code{vc-log-incoming} prompts for a specific
repository from which changes would be pulled, and lists the changes
accordingly. Similarly, @kbd{C-x v O} (@code{vc-log-outgoing}) shows
the changes that will be sent to another repository, the next time you
run the ``push'' command; with a prefix argument, it prompts for a
specific repository to which changes would be pushed.
In the @samp{*vc-change-log*} buffer, you can use the following keys
to move between the logs of revisions and of files, to view past
revisions, to modify change comments, to view annotations and to view
......@@ -1381,12 +1402,18 @@ master file revision with user B's changes in it is 1.11.
@end group
@end smallexample
@cindex vc-resolve-conflicts
@findex vc-resolve-conflicts
Then you can resolve the conflicts by editing the file manually. Or
you can type @code{M-x vc-resolve-conflicts} after visiting the file.
This starts an Ediff session, as described above. Don't forget to
commit the merged version afterwards.
@findex vc-find-conflicted-file
If there is more than one conflicted file in a merge, type @kbd{M-x
vc-find-conflicted-file} after resolving the conflicts in each file.
This command visits the next conflicted file, and moves point to the
first conflict marker in that file.
@node Multi-User Branching
@subsubsection Multi-User Branching
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......@@ -1142,12 +1142,12 @@ feature, set @code{rmail-highlighted-headers} to @code{nil}.
@cindex MIME messages (Rmail)
@vindex rmail-enable-mime
By default, Rmail automatically decodes @acronym{MIME} (Multipurpose
Internet Mail Extensions) messages. If the message contains multiple
parts (@acronym{MIME} entities), each part is represented by a tagline
in the Rmail buffer. The tagline summarizes the part's depth, index,
and type, and may also contain a button for handling it, e.g. saving
it to a file or displaying it as an image in the Rmail buffer.
If a message is in @acronym{MIME} (Multipurpose Internet Mail
Extensions) format and contains multiple parts (@acronym{MIME}
entities), Rmail displays each part with a @dfn{tagline}. The tagline
summarizes the part's index, size, and content type. Depending on the
content type, it may also contain one or more buttons; these perform
actions such as saving the part into a file.
@table @kbd
@findex rmail-mime-toggle-hidden
......@@ -1157,7 +1157,7 @@ Hide or show the @acronym{MIME} part at point
@findex rmail-mime-next-item
@item @key{TAB}
Move point to the next @acronym{MIME} part
Move point to the next @acronym{MIME} tagline button.
(@code{rmail-mime-next-item}).
@findex rmail-mime-previous-item
......@@ -1172,6 +1172,16 @@ Toggle between @acronym{MIME} display and raw message
(@code{rmail-mime}).
@end table
Each plain-text @acronym{MIME} part is initially displayed
immediately after its tagline, as part of the Rmail buffer, while
@acronym{MIME} parts of other types are represented only by their
taglines, with their actual contents hidden. In either case, you can
toggle a @acronym{MIME} part between its ``displayed'' and ``hidden''
states by typing @key{RET} anywhere in the part---or anywhere in its
tagline, apart from a tagline button for some other action. Type
@key{RET} (or click with the mouse) to activate a tagline button, and
@key{TAB} to cycle point between tagline buttons.
The @kbd{v} (@code{rmail-mime}) command toggles between the default
@acronym{MIME} display described above, and a ``raw'' display showing
the undecoded @acronym{MIME} data. With a prefix argument, this
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2011-02-05 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* commands.texi (Accessing Mouse): Note that a header line is not
included in the row of posn-col-row.
2011-02-02 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* modes.texi (Major Mode Conventions): Add face guidelines.
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......@@ -1927,10 +1927,17 @@ into frame-relative coordinates:
@end defun
@defun posn-col-row position
Return the row and column (in units of the frame's default character
height and width) of @var{position}, as a cons cell @code{(@var{col} .
@var{row})}. These are computed from the @var{x} and @var{y} values
actually found in @var{position}.
This function returns a cons cell @code{(@var{col} . @var{row})},
containing the estimated column and row corresponding to buffer
position @var{position}. The return value is given in units of the
frame's default character width and height, as computed from the
@var{x} and @var{y} values corresponding to @var{position}. (So, if
the actual characters have non-default sizes, the actual row and
column may differ from these computed values.)
Note that @var{row} is counted from the top of the text area. If the
window possesses a header line (@pxref{Header Lines}), it is
@emph{not} counted as the first line.
@end defun
@defun posn-actual-col-row position
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......@@ -17,28 +17,52 @@ with a prefix argument or by typing C-u C-h C-n.
* Installation Changes in Emacs 23.3
* Startup Changes in Emacs 23.3
** New configure option --with-crt-dir specifies the location of your
crt*.o files, if they are in a non-standard location. This is only
used on x86-64 and s390x GNU/Linux architectures.
* Changes in Emacs 23.3
+++
** The last-resort backup file `%backup%~' is now written to
`user-emacs-directory', instead of the user's home directory.
* Editing Changes in Emacs 23.3
** If Emacs creates `user-emacs-directory', that directory's
permissions are now set to rwx------, ignoring the umask.
* Changes in Specialized Modes and Packages in Emacs 23.3
---
** The appt-add command takes an optional argument for the warning time.
** Calendar and diary
*** The appt-add command takes an optional argument, the warning time.
This can be used in place of the default appt-message-warning-time.
---
** You can allow inferior Python processes to load modules from the
** Python mode
*** You can allow inferior Python processes to load modules from the
current directory by setting `python-remove-cwd-from-path' to nil.
** Rmail
*** The default value of `rmail-enable-mime' is now t. Rmail decodes
MIME contents automatically. You can customize the variable
`rmail-enable-mime' back to `nil' to disable this automatic MIME
decoding.
*** The command `rmail-mime' change the displaying of a MIME message
between decoded presentation form and raw data if `rmail-enable-mime'
is non-nil. And, with prefix argument, it change only the displaying
of the MIME entity at point.
*** The new command `rmail-mime-next-item' (bound to TAB) moves point
to the next item of MIME message.
*** The new command `rmail-mime-previous-item' (bound to backtab) moves
point to the previous item of MIME message.
*** The new command `rmail-mime-toggle-hidden' (RET) hide or show the
body of the MIME entity at point.
** VC and related modes
*** New VC command `vc-log-incoming', bound to `C-x v I'.
......@@ -51,14 +75,12 @@ This shows a log of changes to be sent in the next commit.
*** New VC command vc-find-conflicted-file.
+++
*** The 'g' key in VC diff, log, log-incoming and log-outgoing buffers
reruns the corresponding VC command to compute an up to date version
of the buffer.
*** vc-dir for Bzr supports viewing shelve contents and shelving snapshots.
+++
*** Special markup can be added to log-edit buffers.
You can add headers specifying additional information to be supplied
to the version control system. For example:
......@@ -71,30 +93,8 @@ Bazaar recognizes the headers "Author", "Date" and "Fixes".
Git, Mercurial, and Monotone recognize "Author" and "Date".
Any unknown header is left as is in the message, so it is not lost.
** Rmail
*** The default value of `rmail-enable-mime' is now t. Rmail decodes
MIME contents automatically. You can customize the variable
`rmail-enable-mime' back to `nil' to disable this automatic MIME
decoding.
*** The command `rmail-mime' change the displaying of a MIME message
between decoded presentation form and raw data if `rmail-enable-mime'
is non-nil. And, with prefix argument, it change only the displaying
of the MIME entity at point.
*** The new command `rmail-mime-next-item' (bound to TAB) moves point
to the next item of MIME message.
*** The new command `rmail-mime-previous-item' (bound to backtab) moves
point to the previous item of MIME message.
*** The new command `rmail-mime-toggle-hidden' (RET) hide or show the
body of the MIME entity at point.
** Obsolete packages
+++
*** lmenu.el and cl-compat.el are now obsolete.
......@@ -115,26 +115,20 @@ starting from the first line of text below the header line.
* Lisp changes in Emacs 23.3
+++
** `e' and `pi' are now called `float-e' and `float-pi'.
The old names are obsolete.
+++
** The use of unintern without an obarray arg is now obsolete.
---
** The function `princ-list' is now obsolete.
+++
** The yank-handler argument to kill-region and friends is now obsolete.
+++
** New function byte-to-string, like char-to-string but for bytes.
* Changes in Emacs 23.3 on non-free operating systems
+++
** The nextstep port can have different modifiers for the left and right
alt/option key by customizing the value for ns-right-alternate-modifier.
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2011-02-05 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* emacs-lisp/cl-macs.el (return-from): Fix doc typo.
* calendar/diary-lib.el (diary-font-lock-keywords):
Tweak diary-time-regexp match. (Bug#7891)
* progmodes/f90.el (f90-find-tag-default): New function. (Bug#7919)
(f90-mode): Use it for mode's `find-tag-default-function' property.
* ibuf-ext.el (ibuffer-filter-disable): Make it work. (Bug#7969)
* faces.el (set-face-attribute): Doc fix. (Bug#2659)
2011-02-05 Deniz Dogan <deniz.a.m.dogan@gmail.com>
 
* net/rcirc.el (rcirc-handler-JOIN): Reset mode-line-process
......
......@@ -2331,9 +2331,19 @@ return a font-lock pattern matching array of MONTHS and marking SYMBOL."
t))
'(1 font-lock-reference-face))
'(diary-font-lock-sexps . font-lock-keyword-face)
;; Don't need to worry about space around "-" because the first
;; match takes care of that. It does mean the "-" itself may or
;; may not be fontified though.
;; diary-date-forms often include a final character that is not
;; part of the date (eg a non-digit to mark the end of the year).
;; This can use up the only space char between a date and time (b#7891).
;; Hence we use OVERRIDE, which can only override whitespace.
;; FIXME it's probably better to tighten up the diary-time-regexp
;; and drop the whitespace requirement below.
`(,(format "\\(^\\|\\s-\\)%s\\(-%s\\)?" diary-time-regexp
diary-time-regexp)
. 'diary-time))))
. (0 'diary-time t)))))
; . 'diary-time))))
(defvar diary-font-lock-keywords (diary-font-lock-keywords)
"Forms to highlight in `diary-mode'.")
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......@@ -628,7 +628,7 @@ This is equivalent to `(return-from nil RESULT)'."
;;;###autoload
(defmacro return-from (name &optional result)
"Return from the block named NAME.
This jump out to the innermost enclosing `(block NAME ...)' form,
This jumps out to the innermost enclosing `(block NAME ...)' form,
returning RESULT from that form (or nil if RESULT is omitted).
This is compatible with Common Lisp, but note that `defun' and
`defmacro' do not create implicit blocks as they do in Common Lisp."
......
......@@ -588,10 +588,14 @@ It must be one of the symbols `ultra-condensed', `extra-condensed',
`:height'
VALUE must be either an integer specifying the height of the font to use
in 1/10 pt, a floating point number specifying the amount by which to
scale any underlying face, or a function, which is called with the old
height (from the underlying face), and should return the new height.
VALUE specifies the height of the font, in either absolute or relative
terms. An absolute height is an integer, and specifies font height in
units of 1/10 pt. A relative height is either a floating point number,
which specifies a scaling factor for the underlying face height;
or a function that takes a single argument (the underlying face height)
and returns the new height. Note that for the `default' face,
you can only specify an absolute height (since there is nothing
for it to be relative to).
`:weight'
......
......@@ -771,7 +771,8 @@ The value from `ibuffer-saved-filter-groups' is used."
(defun ibuffer-filter-disable ()
"Disable all filters currently in effect in this buffer."
(interactive)
(setq ibuffer-filtering-qualifiers nil)
(setq ibuffer-filtering-qualifiers nil
ibuffer-filter-groups nil)
(let ((buf (ibuffer-current-buffer)))
(ibuffer-update nil t)
(when buf
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......@@ -2198,6 +2198,16 @@ CHANGE-WORD should be one of 'upcase-word, 'downcase-word, 'capitalize-word."
(save-excursion
(nth 1 (f90-beginning-of-subprogram))))
(defun f90-find-tag-default ()
"Function to use for `find-tag-default-function' property in F90 mode."
(let ((tag (find-tag-default)))
(or (and tag
;; See bug#7919. TODO I imagine there are other cases...?
(string-match "%\\(.+\\)" tag)
(match-string-no-properties 1 tag))
tag)))
(put 'f90-mode 'find-tag-default-function 'f90-find-tag-default)
(defun f90-backslash-not-special (&optional all)
"Make the backslash character (\\) be non-special in the current buffer.
......
2011-02-05 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* xfaces.c (Finternal_set_lisp_face_attribute):
Try to clarify some error messages. (Bug#2659)
2011-02-05 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* editfns.c (save_restriction_restore): Don't forget to invalidate the
current_column cache (bug#7946).
2011-02-05 Kenichi Handa <handa@m17n.org>
* ftfont.c (ftfont_open): Use FC_DUAL only when it is defined.
* xftfont.c (xftfont_open): Likewise.
2011-02-05 Andreas Schwab <schwab@linux-m68k.org>
* window.c (Fselect_window): Add missing return value.
2011-02-05 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
 
xstrcasecmp: conform to C89 pointer rules
......@@ -3256,6 +3256,9 @@ save_restriction_restore (Lisp_Object data)
}
}
/* Changing the buffer bounds invalidates any recorded current column. */
invalidate_current_column ();
if (cur)
set_buffer_internal (cur);
......
......@@ -1240,7 +1240,11 @@ ftfont_open (FRAME_PTR f, Lisp_Object entity, int pixel_size)
spacing = XINT (AREF (entity, FONT_SPACING_INDEX));
else
spacing = FC_PROPORTIONAL;
if (spacing != FC_PROPORTIONAL && spacing != FC_DUAL)
if (spacing != FC_PROPORTIONAL
#ifdef FC_DUAL
&& spacing != FC_DUAL
#endif /* FC_DUAL */
)
font->min_width = font->average_width = font->space_width
= (scalable ? ft_face->max_advance_width * size / upEM
: ft_face->size->metrics.max_advance >> 6);
......
......@@ -3589,7 +3589,7 @@ Note that the main editor command loop selects the buffer of the
selected window before each command. */)
(register Lisp_Object window, Lisp_Object norecord)
{
select_window (window, norecord, 0);
return select_window (window, norecord, 0);
}
static Lisp_Object
......
......@@ -2899,7 +2899,7 @@ FRAME 0 means change the face on all frames, and change the default
{
/* The default face must have an absolute size. */
if (!INTEGERP (value) || XINT (value) <= 0)
signal_error ("Invalid default face height", value);
signal_error ("Default face height not absolute and positive", value);
}
else
{
......@@ -2909,7 +2909,7 @@ FRAME 0 means change the face on all frames, and change the default
make_number (10),
Qnil);
if (!INTEGERP (test) || XINT (test) <= 0)
signal_error ("Invalid face height", value);
signal_error ("Face height does not produce a positive integer", value);
}
}
......
......@@ -411,7 +411,11 @@ xftfont_open (FRAME_PTR f, Lisp_Object entity, int pixel_size)
ascii_printable[i] = ' ' + i;
}
BLOCK_INPUT;
if (spacing != FC_PROPORTIONAL && spacing != FC_DUAL)
if (spacing != FC_PROPORTIONAL
#ifdef FC_DUAL
&& spacing != FC_DUAL
#endif /* FC_DUAL */
)
{
font->min_width = font->average_width = font->space_width
= xftfont->max_advance_width;
......
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