Commit 2dc24d55 authored by Michael Albinus's avatar Michael Albinus

Fix @findex and @vindex entries in manuals

* doc/emacs/building.texi:
* doc/emacs/calendar.texi:
* doc/emacs/cmdargs.texi:
* doc/emacs/mini.texi:
* doc/emacs/misc.texi:
* doc/emacs/trouble.texi:
* doc/emacs/windows.texi:
* doc/lispintro/emacs-lisp-intro.texi:
* doc/lispref/edebug.texi:
* doc/lispref/frames.texi:
* doc/lispref/os.texi:
* doc/lispref/windows.texi:
* doc/misc/cc-mode.texi:
* doc/misc/dired-x.texi:
* doc/misc/ediff.texi:
* doc/misc/mh-e.texi:
* doc/misc/pcl-cvs.texi:
* doc/misc/reftex.texi:
* doc/misc/sc.texi:
* doc/misc/vhdl-mode.texi:
* doc/misc/viper.texi: Fix @findex and @vindex entries.
parent 76f52428
......@@ -302,7 +302,7 @@ And here's how to do it in csh:
if ($?prompt) set prompt = @dots{}
@end example
@vindex TERM, environment variable, in compilation mode
@vindex TERM@r{, environment variable, in compilation mode}
If you want to customize the value of the @env{TERM} environment
variable passed to the compilation subshell, customize the variable
@code{comint-terminfo-terminal} (@pxref{Shell Options}).
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......@@ -1507,7 +1507,8 @@ to the main diary file, if these are different files.
@end ifnottex
@findex icalendar-export-file, icalendar-export-region
@findex icalendar-export-file
@findex icalendar-export-region
Use @code{icalendar-export-file} to interactively export an entire
Emacs diary file to iCalendar format. To export only a part of a diary
file, mark the relevant area, and call @code{icalendar-export-region}.
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......@@ -464,25 +464,25 @@ variables to be set, but it uses their values if they are set.
@c might be confused with general-purpose phrases.
@table @env
@item CDPATH
@vindex CDPATH, environment variable
@vindex CDPATH@r{, environment variable}
Used by the @code{cd} command to search for the directory you specify,
when you specify a relative directory,
@item DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS
@vindex DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS, environment variable
@vindex DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS@r{, environment variable}
Used by D-Bus when Emacs is compiled with it. Usually, there is no
need to change it. Setting it to a dummy address, like
@samp{unix:path=/dev/null}, suppresses connections to the D-Bus session
bus as well as autolaunching the D-Bus session bus if not running yet.
@item EMACSDATA
@vindex EMACSDATA, environment variable
@vindex EMACSDATA@r{, environment variable}
Directory for the architecture-independent files that come with Emacs.
This is used to initialize the variable @code{data-directory}.
@item EMACSDOC
@vindex EMACSDOC, environment variable
@vindex EMACSDOC@r{, environment variable}
Directory for the documentation string file, which is used to
initialize the Lisp variable @code{doc-directory}.
@item EMACSLOADPATH
@vindex EMACSLOADPATH, environment variable
@vindex EMACSLOADPATH@r{, environment variable}
A colon-separated list of directories@footnote{Here and below,
whenever we say ``colon-separated list of directories'', it pertains
to Unix and GNU/Linux systems. On MS-DOS and MS-Windows, the
......@@ -496,28 +496,28 @@ the default @code{load-path}. To specify an empty element in the
middle of the list, use 2 colons in a row, as in
@samp{EMACSLOADPATH="/tmp::/foo"}.
@item EMACSPATH
@vindex EMACSPATH, environment variable
@vindex EMACSPATH@r{, environment variable}
A colon-separated list of directories to search for executable files.
If set, Emacs uses this in addition to @env{PATH} (see below) when
initializing the variable @code{exec-path} (@pxref{Shell}).
@item EMAIL
@vindex EMAIL, environment variable
@vindex EMAIL@r{, environment variable}
@vindex user-mail-address@r{, initialization}
Your email address; used to initialize the Lisp variable
@code{user-mail-address}, which the Emacs mail interface puts into the
@samp{From} header of outgoing messages (@pxref{Mail Headers}).
@item ESHELL
@vindex ESHELL, environment variable
@vindex ESHELL@r{, environment variable}
Used for shell-mode to override the @env{SHELL} environment variable
(@pxref{Interactive Shell}).
@item HISTFILE
@vindex HISTFILE, environment variable
@vindex HISTFILE@r{, environment variable}
The name of the file that shell commands are saved in between logins.
This variable defaults to @file{~/.bash_history} if you use Bash, to
@file{~/.sh_history} if you use ksh, and to @file{~/.history}
otherwise.
@item HOME
@vindex HOME, environment variable
@vindex HOME@r{, environment variable}
The location of your files in the directory tree; used for
expansion of file names starting with a tilde (@file{~}). On MS-DOS,
it defaults to the directory from which Emacs was started, with
......@@ -529,7 +529,7 @@ where @var{username} is your user name), though for backwards
compatibility @file{C:/} will be used instead if a @file{.emacs} file
is found there.
@item HOSTNAME
@vindex HOSTNAME, environment variable
@vindex HOSTNAME@r{, environment variable}
The name of the machine that Emacs is running on.
@c complete.el is obsolete since 24.1.
@ignore
......@@ -538,24 +538,24 @@ A colon-separated list of directories. Used by the @code{complete} package
to search for files.
@end ignore
@item INFOPATH
@vindex INFOPATH, environment variable
@vindex INFOPATH@r{, environment variable}
A colon-separated list of directories in which to search for Info files.
@item LC_ALL
@vindex LC_ALL, environment variable
@vindex LC_ALL@r{, environment variable}
@itemx LC_COLLATE
@vindex LC_COLLATE, environment variable
@vindex LC_COLLATE@r{, environment variable}
@itemx LC_CTYPE
@vindex LC_CTYPE, environment variable
@vindex LC_CTYPE@r{, environment variable}
@itemx LC_MESSAGES
@vindex LC_MESSAGES, environment variable
@vindex LC_MESSAGES@r{, environment variable}
@itemx LC_MONETARY
@vindex LC_MONETARY, environment variable
@vindex LC_MONETARY@r{, environment variable}
@itemx LC_NUMERIC
@vindex LC_NUMERIC, environment variable
@vindex LC_NUMERIC@r{, environment variable}
@itemx LC_TIME
@vindex LC_TIME, environment variable
@vindex LC_TIME@r{, environment variable}
@itemx LANG
@vindex LANG, environment variable
@vindex LANG@r{, environment variable}
The user's preferred locale. The locale has six categories, specified
by the environment variables @env{LC_COLLATE} for sorting,
@env{LC_CTYPE} for character encoding, @env{LC_MESSAGES} for system
......@@ -578,70 +578,70 @@ matched against entries in @code{locale-language-names},
@code{locale-preferred-coding-systems}, to select a default language
environment and coding system. @xref{Language Environments}.
@item LOGNAME
@vindex LOGNAME, environment variable
@vindex LOGNAME@r{, environment variable}
The user's login name. See also @env{USER}.
@item MAIL
@vindex MAIL, environment variable
@vindex MAIL@r{, environment variable}
The name of your system mail inbox.
@ifnottex
@item MH
@vindex MH, environment variable
@vindex MH@r{, environment variable}
Name of setup file for the mh system. @xref{Top,,MH-E,mh-e, The Emacs
Interface to MH}.
@end ifnottex
@item NAME
@vindex NAME, environment variable
@vindex NAME@r{, environment variable}
Your real-world name. This is used to initialize the variable
@code{user-full-name} (@pxref{Mail Headers}).
@item NNTPSERVER
@vindex NNTPSERVER, environment variable
@vindex NNTPSERVER@r{, environment variable}
The name of the news server. Used by the mh and Gnus packages.
@item ORGANIZATION
@vindex ORGANIZATION, environment variable
@vindex ORGANIZATION@r{, environment variable}
The name of the organization to which you belong. Used for setting the
@samp{Organization:} header in your posts from the Gnus package.
@item PATH
@vindex PATH, environment variable
@vindex PATH@r{, environment variable}
A colon-separated list of directories containing executable files.
This is used to initialize the variable @code{exec-path}
(@pxref{Shell}).
@item PWD
@vindex PWD, environment variable
@vindex PWD@r{, environment variable}
If set, this should be the default directory when Emacs was started.
@item REPLYTO
@vindex REPLYTO, environment variable
@vindex REPLYTO@r{, environment variable}
If set, this specifies an initial value for the variable
@code{mail-default-reply-to} (@pxref{Mail Headers}).
@item SAVEDIR
@vindex SAVEDIR, environment variable
@vindex SAVEDIR@r{, environment variable}
The name of a directory in which news articles are saved by default.
Used by the Gnus package.
@item SHELL
@vindex SHELL, environment variable
@vindex SHELL@r{, environment variable}
The name of an interpreter used to parse and execute programs run from
inside Emacs.
@item SMTPSERVER
@vindex SMTPSERVER, environment variable
@vindex SMTPSERVER@r{, environment variable}
The name of the outgoing mail server. This is used to initialize the
variable @code{smtpmail-smtp-server} (@pxref{Mail Sending}).
@cindex background mode, on @command{xterm}
@item TERM
@vindex TERM, environment variable
@vindex TERM@r{, environment variable}
The type of the terminal that Emacs is using. This variable must be
set unless Emacs is run in batch mode. On MS-DOS, it defaults to
@samp{internal}, which specifies a built-in terminal emulation that
handles the machine's own display.
@item TERMCAP
@vindex TERMCAP, environment variable
@vindex TERMCAP@r{, environment variable}
The name of the termcap library file describing how to program the
terminal specified by @env{TERM}. This defaults to
@file{/etc/termcap}.
@item TMPDIR
@vindex TMPDIR, environment variable
@vindex TMPDIR@r{, environment variable}
@itemx TMP
@vindex TMP, environment variable
@vindex TMP@r{, environment variable}
@itemx TEMP
@vindex TEMP, environment variable
@vindex TEMP@r{, environment variable}
These environment variables are used to initialize the variable
@code{temporary-file-directory}, which specifies a directory in which
to put temporary files (@pxref{Backup}). Emacs tries to use
......@@ -649,7 +649,7 @@ to put temporary files (@pxref{Backup}). Emacs tries to use
@file{/tmp}, but on MS-Windows and MS-DOS it instead falls back on
@env{TMP}, then @env{TEMP}, and finally @file{c:/temp}.
@item TZ
@vindex TZ, environment variable
@vindex TZ@r{, environment variable}
This specifies the default time zone and possibly also daylight
saving time information. @xref{Time Zone Rules,,, elisp, The GNU
Emacs Lisp Reference Manual}. On MS-DOS, if @env{TZ} is not set in the
......@@ -657,11 +657,11 @@ environment when Emacs starts, Emacs defines a default value as
appropriate for the country code returned by DOS@. On MS-Windows, Emacs
does not use @env{TZ} at all.
@item USER
@vindex USER, environment variable
@vindex USER@r{, environment variable}
The user's login name. See also @env{LOGNAME}. On MS-DOS, this
defaults to @samp{root}.
@item VERSION_CONTROL
@vindex VERSION_CONTROL, environment variable
@vindex VERSION_CONTROL@r{, environment variable}
Used to initialize the @code{version-control} variable (@pxref{Backup
Names}).
@end table
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......@@ -469,7 +469,7 @@ text in the minibuffer before point. Furthermore, if there is any
text in the minibuffer after point, the rest of the completion
alternative must contain that text as a substring.
@findex partial completion
@findex partial-completion
@item partial-completion
This aggressive completion style divides the minibuffer text into
words separated by hyphens or spaces, and completes each word
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......@@ -1359,7 +1359,7 @@ directory stack if they are not already on it
underlying shell, of course.
@vindex comint-terminfo-terminal
@vindex TERM, environment variable, in sub-shell
@vindex TERM@r{, environment variable, in sub-shell}
Comint mode sets the @env{TERM} environment variable to a safe default
value, but this value disables some useful features. For example,
color is disabled in applications that use @env{TERM} to determine if
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......@@ -779,7 +779,7 @@ the dribble file.
@item
@findex open-termscript
@cindex termscript file
@vindex TERM, environment variable, and display bugs
@vindex TERM@r{, environment variable, and display bugs}
For possible display bugs, the terminal type (the value of environment
variable @env{TERM}), the complete termcap entry for the terminal from
@file{/etc/termcap} (since that file is not identical on all machines),
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......@@ -379,7 +379,7 @@ Several of these commands are bound in the @kbd{C-x 5} prefix key.
@node Window Choice
@subsection How @code{display-buffer} works
@findex display-buffer, detailed description
@findex display-buffer@r{, detailed description}
The @code{display-buffer} command (as well as commands that call it
internally) chooses a window to display by following the steps given
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......@@ -1716,7 +1716,7 @@ function definition, and vice versa.
@unnumberedsubsec @code{fill-column}, an Example Variable
@end ifnottex
@findex fill-column, @r{an example variable}
@findex fill-column@r{, an example variable}
@cindex Example variable, @code{fill-column}
@cindex Variable, example of, @code{fill-column}
The variable @code{fill-column} illustrates a symbol with a value
......@@ -3839,7 +3839,7 @@ message @samp{5 is greater than 4!} will be printed.
@noindent
(The function @code{>} tests whether its first argument is greater than
its second argument and returns true if it is.)
@findex > (greater than)
@findex > @r{(greater than)}
Of course, in actual use, the test in an @code{if} expression will not
be fixed for all time as it is by the expression @code{(> 5 4)}.
......@@ -4552,7 +4552,7 @@ buffers. Later, we will study other functions.
@node Finding More
@section Finding More Information
@findex describe-function, @r{introduced}
@findex describe-function@r{, introduced}
@cindex Find function documentation
In this walk-through, I will describe each new function as we come to
it, sometimes in detail and sometimes briefly. If you are interested,
......@@ -5564,7 +5564,7 @@ outline of the function:
@node insert-buffer interactive
@subsection The Interactive Expression in @code{insert-buffer}
@findex interactive, @r{example use of}
@findex interactive@r{, example use of}
In @code{insert-buffer}, the argument to the @code{interactive}
declaration has two parts, an asterisk, @samp{*}, and @samp{bInsert
......@@ -5881,8 +5881,8 @@ find and use again and again.
@node New insert-buffer
@subsection New Body for @code{insert-buffer}
@findex insert-buffer, new version body
@findex new version body for insert-buffer
@findex insert-buffer@r{, new version body}
@cindex new version body for insert-buffer
The body in the GNU Emacs 22 version is more confusing than the original.
......@@ -6734,8 +6734,8 @@ Or can you write the function without them?
@node car cdr & cons
@chapter @code{car}, @code{cdr}, @code{cons}: Fundamental Functions
@findex car, @r{introduced}
@findex cdr, @r{introduced}
@findex car@r{, introduced}
@findex cdr@r{, introduced}
In Lisp, @code{car}, @code{cdr}, and @code{cons} are fundamental
functions. The @code{cons} function is used to construct lists, and
......@@ -6900,7 +6900,7 @@ Emacs Lisp Reference Manual}.)
@node cons
@section @code{cons}
@findex cons, @r{introduced}
@findex cons@r{, introduced}
The @code{cons} function constructs lists; it is the inverse of
@code{car} and @code{cdr}. For example, @code{cons} can be used to make
......@@ -8715,7 +8715,7 @@ example-list
@noindent
Now, we can add a new element on to this list by evaluating the
following expression:
@findex push, @r{example}
@findex push@r{, example}
@smallexample
(push "a third clause" example-list)
......@@ -8762,13 +8762,13 @@ element of the kill ring---this means that since the @sc{cdr} of the
next to last element is the last element of the kill ring, it will set
the last element of the kill ring.
@findex nthcdr, @r{example}
@findex nthcdr@r{, example}
The @code{nthcdr} function works by repeatedly taking the @sc{cdr} of a
list---it takes the @sc{cdr} of the @sc{cdr} of the @sc{cdr}
@dots{} It does this @var{N} times and returns the results.
(@xref{nthcdr, , @code{nthcdr}}.)
@findex setcdr, @r{example}
@findex setcdr@r{, example}
Thus, if we had a four element list that was supposed to be three
elements long, we could set the @sc{cdr} of the next to last element
to @code{nil}, and thereby shorten the list. (If you set the last
......@@ -17177,8 +17177,8 @@ file, as I intended, I accidentally set the width for filled text,
almost always to a width I did not want. Since I hardly ever reset my
default width, I simply unbound the key.
@findex list-buffers, @r{rebound}
@findex buffer-menu, @r{bound to key}
@findex list-buffers@r{, rebound}
@findex buffer-menu@r{, bound to key}
@need 1250
The following rebinds an existing key:
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......@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ display a list of all Edebug commands.
into it, to invoke Edebug at the proper places.
@kindex C-M-x
@findex eval-defun (Edebug)
@findex eval-defun @r{(Edebug)}
When you invoke command @kbd{C-M-x} (@code{eval-defun}) with a
prefix argument on a function definition, it instruments the
definition before evaluating it. (This does not modify the source
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......@@ -1301,7 +1301,7 @@ or rounding errors occur.
@section Time Zone Rules
@cindex time zone rules
@vindex TZ, environment variable
@vindex TZ@r{, environment variable}
The default time zone is determined by the @env{TZ} environment
variable. @xref{System Environment}. For example, you can tell Emacs
to default to Universal Time with @code{(setenv "TZ" "UTC0")}. If
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......@@ -5014,43 +5014,43 @@ code:
@table @code
@item delete-window
@vindex delete-window, a window parameter
@vindex delete-window@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter affects the execution of @code{delete-window}
(@pxref{Deleting Windows}).
@item delete-other-windows
@vindex delete-other-windows, a window parameter
@vindex delete-other-windows@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter affects the execution of @code{delete-other-windows}
(@pxref{Deleting Windows}).
@item no-delete-other-windows
@vindex no-delete-other-windows, a window parameter
@vindex no-delete-other-windows@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter marks the window as not deletable by
@code{delete-other-windows} (@pxref{Deleting Windows}).
@item split-window
@vindex split-window, a window parameter
@vindex split-window@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter affects the execution of @code{split-window}
(@pxref{Splitting Windows}).
@item other-window
@vindex other-window, a window parameter
@vindex other-window@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter affects the execution of @code{other-window}
(@pxref{Cyclic Window Ordering}).
@item no-other-window
@vindex no-other-window, a window parameter
@vindex no-other-window@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter marks the window as not selectable by @code{other-window}
(@pxref{Cyclic Window Ordering}).
@item clone-of
@vindex clone-of, a window parameter
@vindex clone-of@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter specifies the window that this one has been cloned
from. It is installed by @code{window-state-get} (@pxref{Window
Configurations}).
@item window-preserved-size
@vindex window-preserved-size, a window parameter
@vindex window-preserved-size@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter specifies a buffer, a direction where @code{nil} means
vertical and @code{t} horizontal, and a size in pixels. If this window
displays the specified buffer and its size in the indicated direction
......@@ -5060,7 +5060,7 @@ parameter is installed and updated by the function
@code{window-preserve-size} (@pxref{Preserving Window Sizes}).
@item quit-restore
@vindex quit-restore, a window parameter
@vindex quit-restore@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter is installed by the buffer display functions
(@pxref{Choosing Window}) and consulted by @code{quit-restore-window}
(@pxref{Quitting Windows}). It contains four elements:
......@@ -5092,18 +5092,18 @@ See the description of @code{quit-restore-window} in @ref{Quitting
Windows} for details.
@item window-side window-slot
@vindex window-side, a window parameter
@vindex window-slot, a window parameter
@vindex window-side@r{, a window parameter}
@vindex window-slot@r{, a window parameter}
These parameters are used for implementing side windows (@pxref{Side
Windows}).
@item window-atom
@vindex window-atom, a window parameter
@vindex window-atom@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter is used for implementing atomic windows, see @ref{Atomic
Windows}.
@item mode-line-format
@vindex mode-line-format, a window parameter
@vindex mode-line-format@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter replaces the value of the buffer-local variable
@code{mode-line-format} (@pxref{Mode Line Basics}) of this window's
buffer whenever this window is displayed. The symbol @code{none} means
......@@ -5112,7 +5112,7 @@ contents of the mode line on other windows showing this buffer are not
affected.
@item header-line-format
@vindex header-line-format, a window parameter
@vindex header-line-format@r{, a window parameter}
This parameter replaces the value of the buffer-local variable
@code{header-line-format} (@pxref{Mode Line Basics}) of this window's
buffer whenever this window is displayed. The symbol @code{none} means
......@@ -5121,7 +5121,7 @@ contents of the header line on other windows showing this buffer are not
affected.
@item min-margins
@vindex min-margins, a window parameter
@vindex min-margins@r{, a window parameter}
The value of this parameter is a cons cell whose @sc{car} and @sc{cdr},
if non-@code{nil}, specify the minimum values (in columns) for the left
and right margin of this window. When present, Emacs will use these
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......@@ -640,7 +640,7 @@ A non-@code{nil} value means that @samp{-q} is passed to @code{gzip}
overriding a verbose option in the @env{GZIP} environment variable.
@item dired-guess-shell-znew-switches nil
@vindex dired-guess-shell-znew-switches nil
@vindex dired-guess-shell-znew-switches
@cindex @code{znew}
Default: @code{nil}
......@@ -649,7 +649,7 @@ A string of switches passed to @code{znew}. An example is
smaller than the @file{.gz} file.
@item dired-shell-command-history nil
@vindex dired-shell-command-history nil
@vindex dired-shell-command-history
History list for commands that read dired-shell commands.
@end table
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......@@ -345,7 +345,7 @@ file name will be appended to that directory. In addition, if the variable
@code{ediff-use-last-dir} is not @code{nil}, Ediff will offer
previously entered directories as defaults (which will be maintained
separately for each type of file, A, B, or C).
@vindex @code{ediff-use-last-dir}
@vindex ediff-use-last-dir
All the above functions use the POSIX @code{diff} or @code{diff3} programs
to find differences between two files. They process the @code{diff} output
......@@ -2304,7 +2304,7 @@ version control, Ediff first tries to check the file out.
If @code{t}, all variant buffers are made read-only at Ediff startup.
@item ediff-keep-variants
@vindex @code{ediff-keep-variants}
@vindex ediff-keep-variants
The default is @code{t}, meaning that the buffers being compared or merged will
be preserved when Ediff quits. Setting this to @code{nil} causes Ediff to
offer the user a chance to delete these buffers (if they are not modified).
......@@ -2323,14 +2323,14 @@ Using @code{ediff-cleanup-hook}, one can make Ediff delete the variants
unconditionally (e.g., by making @code{ediff-janitor} into one of these hooks).
@item ediff-keep-tmp-versions
@vindex @code{ediff-keep-tmp-versions}
@vindex ediff-keep-tmp-versions
Default is @code{nil}. If @code{t}, the versions of the files being
compared or merged using operations such as @code{ediff-revision} or
@code{ediff-merge-revisions} are not deleted on exit. The normal action is
to clean up and delete these version files.
@item ediff-grab-mouse
@vindex @code{ediff-grab-mouse}
@vindex ediff-grab-mouse
Default is @code{t}. Normally, Ediff grabs mouse and puts it in its
control frame. This is useful since the user can be sure that when he
needs to type an Ediff command the focus will be in an appropriate Ediff's
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......@@ -1163,7 +1163,7 @@ your initials. (Unless, of course, your initials happen to be @emph{mh}!)
@cindex customizing MH-E
@cindex setting options
@findex customize-option
@vindex mh-lpr-command-format, example
@vindex mh-lpr-command-format@r{, example}
Many string or integer options are easy to modify using @kbd{M-x
customize-option}. For example, to modify the option that controls
......@@ -1181,7 +1181,7 @@ Sessions}. To read more about @code{mh-lpr-command-format}, see
@cindex option, turning on and off
@cindex t
@findex customize-option
@vindex mh-bury-show-buffer-flag, example
@vindex mh-bury-show-buffer-flag@r{, example}
Options can also hold boolean values. In Emacs Lisp, the boolean
values are @code{nil}, which means false, and @code{t}, which means
......@@ -1196,7 +1196,7 @@ the @samp{Erase Customization} menu item to reset the option to the
default, which places the MH-Show buffer at the bottom of the buffer
stack.
@vindex mh-mhl-format-file, example
@vindex mh-mhl-format-file@r{, example}
The text usually says to turn on an option by setting it to a
@emph{non-@code{nil}} value, because sometimes values other than
......@@ -1520,9 +1520,9 @@ after running @kbd{M-x mh-rmail} the first time or when you've changed
the message numbers from outside of MH-E.
@findex mh-execute-commands
@findex mh-rescan-folder, example
@findex mh-show, example
@vindex mh-inc-folder-hook, example
@findex mh-rescan-folder@r{, example}
@findex mh-show@r{, example}
@vindex mh-inc-folder-hook@r{, example}
@smalllisp
@group
......@@ -3175,7 +3175,7 @@ code to @file{~/.emacs}.
@filbreak
@end iftex
@findex mh-rmail, example
@findex mh-rmail@r{, example}
@smalllisp
@group
......@@ -3490,7 +3490,7 @@ The hook @code{mh-folder-mode-hook} is called when visiting a new
folder in MH-Folder mode. This could be used to set your own key
bindings, for example:
@vindex mh-folder-mode-hook, example
@vindex mh-folder-mode-hook@r{, example}
@smalllisp
@group
......@@ -3810,9 +3810,9 @@ again.
@findex mh-execute-commands
@kindex q
@vindex mh-before-quit-hook
@vindex mh-before-quit-hook, example
@vindex mh-before-quit-hook@r{, example}
@vindex mh-quit-hook
@vindex mh-quit-hook, example
@vindex mh-quit-hook@r{, example}
The two hooks @code{mh-before-quit-hook} and @code{mh-quit-hook} are
called by @kbd{q}. The former one is called before the quit occurs, so
......@@ -4099,7 +4099,7 @@ may have a complicated @file{components} file and need to tell MH-E
where the cursor should go. Here's an example of how you would use
this hook.
@findex mh-insert-signature, example
@findex mh-insert-signature@r{, example}
@smalllisp
@group
......@@ -8478,7 +8478,7 @@ message according to MH; it also uses that column for notations.
@vindex mh-adaptive-cmd-note-flag
@vindex mh-scan-format-file
@vindex mh-scan-format-file, example
@vindex mh-scan-format-file@r{, example}
The first thing you have to do is tell MH-E to use this file.
Customize @code{mh-scan-format-file} and set its value to @samp{Use
......@@ -8488,7 +8488,7 @@ Default scan Format}. If you didn't get already turn off
Next, tell MH-E what a valid scan line looks like so that you can at
least display the output of scan in your MH-Folder buffer.
@vindex mh-scan-valid-regexp, example
@vindex mh-scan-valid-regexp@r{, example}
@smalllisp
(setq mh-scan-valid-regexp "[0-9]+[+D^ ]$")
......@@ -8499,8 +8499,8 @@ message, you need to tell MH-E how to access the message number. You
should also see why MH-E requires that you include a message number in
the first place.
@vindex mh-scan-msg-number-regexp, example
@vindex mh-scan-msg-search-regexp, example
@vindex mh-scan-msg-number-regexp@r{, example}