Commit 33249be6 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

; * etc/NEWS: Minor improvements in wording.

parent 7ad01cb6
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* Changes in Emacs 25.1
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** Any file of the form .dir-locals*.el is now considered a dir-local
file, and multiple such files can be used in the same directory. See
the variable `dir-locals-file' for more information.
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** `xref-find-definitions' and `describe-function' now display
information about mode local overrides (defined by cedet/mode-local.el
`define-overloadable-function' `define-mode-local-overrides').
** New `display-buffer' action function `display-buffer-use-some-frame'
** New `display-buffer' action function `display-buffer-use-some-frame'.
This displays the buffer in an existing frame other than the current
frame, and allows the caller to specify a frame predicate to exclude
frames.
** New doc command `describe-symbol'.
Works for functions, vars, faces, etc...
** New documentation command `describe-symbol'.
Works for functions, variables, faces, etc.
** New user option `search-default-regexp-mode'
specifies the default mode for I-search.
** `isearch' and `query-replace' now perform character folding in matches.
This is analogous to case-folding, but applies between Unicode
characters and their ASCII counterparts. This means many characters
will match entire groups of characters.
For instance, the " will match all variants of unicode double quotes
(like “ and ”), and the letter a will match all of its accented
cousins, even those composed of multiple characters, as well as many
other symbols like ℀, ℁, ⒜, and ⓐ.
This is analogous to case folding, but instead of disregarding case
variants, it disregards wider classes of distinctions between similar
characters. (Case folding is a special case of character folding.)
This means many characters in the search string will match entire
groups of characters instead of just themselves.
For instance, the " will match all variants of double quotes (like “
and ”), and the letter a will match all of its accented cousins, even
those composed of multiple characters, as well as many other symbols
like ℀, ℁, ⒜, and ⓐ.
** New function `character-fold-to-regexp' can be used
by searching commands to produce a regexp matching anything that
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