Commit 2e538385 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Rmail trivia, plus whitespace.

parent 7f8dba73
......@@ -20,9 +20,6 @@ Temporary note:
When you add a new item, please add it without either +++ or ---
so we will look at it and add it to the manual.
* About external Lisp packages
* Installation Changes in Emacs 23.1
......@@ -60,7 +57,7 @@ a GIF library.
This provides support for GNUstep (via the GNUstep libraries) and Mac
OS X (via the Cocoa libraries).
Specify --with-ns to configure for this. By default, a self-contained
Specify --with-ns to configure for this. By default, a self-contained
app will be built (containing all lisp). To install/share lisp with
other emacsen (e.g. X11 build) use --disable-ns-self-contained. See
nextstep/README and nextstep/INSTALL in the Emacs source directory.
......@@ -763,7 +760,7 @@ the first error encountered during compilations.
says to stop auto scrolling at the first error that occurs.
---
*** The `cc' alias for C++ files in `grep-file-aliases' has been
improved. `hh' can be used to match C++ header files and `cchh' both
improved. `hh' can be used to match C++ header files and `cchh' both
C++ sources and headers.
** Copyright
......@@ -905,7 +902,7 @@ history. See `Minibuffer changes', above.
+++
** MH-E
*** Upgraded to MH-E version 8.1. See MH-E-NEWS for details.
*** Upgraded to MH-E version 8.1. See MH-E-NEWS for details.
** Python
*** The file etc/emacs.py now supports both Python 2 and 3, meaning
......@@ -944,11 +941,11 @@ updating. Conceptually, the Rmail buffer that you see is no longer
just a narrowed portion of the whole. So you cannot access the whole
of a message (or message collection) by a simple save-restriction and
widen. Instead, there are two buffers: the rmail-buffer, and the
rmail-view-buffer. The former is the buffer that you see, the latter
rmail-view-buffer. The former is the buffer that you see, the latter
is invisible. Most of the time, the invisible `view' buffer contains
the full contents of the Rmail file, and the Rmail buffer contains a
decoded copy of the current message (with only a subset of the
headers). In this state, Rmail is said to be `swapped'.
headers). In this state, Rmail is said to be `swapped'.
You may find the following functions useful:
......@@ -961,7 +958,7 @@ message. To further narrow to just the headers, search forward for "\n\n".
+++
*** The new command `rmail-mime' displays MIME messages.
It is bound to `v' in Rmail buffers and summaries. It displays plain
It is bound to `v' in Rmail buffers and summaries. It displays plain
text and multipart messages in a temporary buffer, and offers buttons
to save attachments.
......@@ -982,6 +979,10 @@ copies the full headers of the message.
*** The C-o command is now `rmail-output-as-seen'. It uses
the message as displayed, appending it to an mbox file.
---
*** The modified status of the Rmail buffer is reported in the mode-line.
Previously, this information was hidden.
** TeX modes
---
*** New option latex-indent-within-escaped-parens
......@@ -1188,7 +1189,7 @@ w32-pass-multimedia-buttons to nil. See the doc string of that variable
for the list of extra keys that are available.
** BDF fonts no longer supported on MS-Windows.
The font backend was completely rewritten for this release. The focus
The font backend was completely rewritten for this release. The focus
on Windows has been getting acceptable performance and full unicode
support, including complex script shaping for native Windows fonts. A
rewrite of the BDF font support has not happened due to lack of time
......@@ -1501,7 +1502,7 @@ or attribute/value plists. If this variable is buffer-local, the
remapping occurs only in that buffer.
*** text-scale-mode remaps the default face to a larger or smaller
size in the current buffer. This feature is used by the Buffer Face
size in the current buffer. This feature is used by the Buffer Face
menu and the new `C-x C-+', `C-x C--', and `C-x C-0' commands (see
Editing Changes, above).
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