Commit 26b56dc7 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Fix some single quotes in documentation

* doc/emacs/anti.texi (Antinews): Avoid confusion in info and PDF
when documenting quoting styles.
* etc/NEWS, nextstep/README: In these plain text files, quote
'like this' consistently, rather than also (sometimes) ‘like this’
or (more often) `like this'.
parent 80ec484a
......@@ -75,9 +75,9 @@ benefit, this removes many useless entries at the beginning of the
@kbd{C-h b} output. The @code{electric-quote-mode} has been deleted,
so there's only the one true quoting method now---using the
plain-@acronym{ASCII} quote characters. And if that's not enough, the
doc strings and other messages show text quoted `like this' and "like
this" as they were written, instead of arbitrarily replacing them
with Unicode ``curved quote'' characters. The
doc strings and other messages show text quoted @t{`like this'}
as they were written, instead of arbitrarily replacing them
with Unicode ``curved quote'' characters @t{‘like this’}. The
@code{text-quoting-style} variable becomes therefore unneeded and was
removed. As result, text produced by Emacs can be sent to those
venerable teletypes again, yeah!
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NS -- the Cocoa interface for OS X and compatible systems
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......@@ -30,7 +29,7 @@ fact that it doesn't have a normal name. Instead, the method name is
made up of the name of each parameter. An exception to this rule are
methods without parameters.
The following calls a method in the object `anObject'.
The following calls a method in the object 'anObject'.
[anObject alpha:1 beta:2 gamma:3];
......@@ -57,7 +56,7 @@ Classes are declared like the following:
and avoid language constructs that makes the code hard to maintain.
* Don't use macros and types intended for the XCode Interface Builder,
like `IBAction'.
like 'IBAction'.
* The NS interface should work on all version of OS X from 10.6.8
(Snow Leopard) to the latest official release.
......@@ -71,8 +70,8 @@ Classes are declared like the following:
The NS interface features a printf-based trace package that prints the
call tree of selected functions in the Cocoa interface, plus various
extra information. It can be enabled by uncommenting the line
defining `NSTRACE_ENABLED' in "nsterm.h". To enable more output,
uncomment the lines defining symbols starting with `NSTRACE_GROUP'.
defining 'NSTRACE_ENABLED' in "nsterm.h". To enable more output,
uncomment the lines defining symbols starting with 'NSTRACE_GROUP'.
GNUSTEP AND OTHER COMPATIBLE SYSTEMS
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