Commit 337d2b66 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Many doc fixes.

(ido-complete): Fix message.
parent 5f23d836
......@@ -344,11 +344,11 @@
(defcustom ido-mode nil
"Determines for which functional group \(buffer and files) ido behavior
should be enabled. The following values are possible:
- 'buffer: Turn only on ido buffer behavior \(switching, killing,
- `buffer': Turn only on ido buffer behavior \(switching, killing,
displaying...)
- 'file: Turn only on ido file behavior \(finding, writing, inserting...)
- 'both: Turn on ido buffer and file behavior.
- nil: Turn off any ido switching.
- `file': Turn only on ido file behavior \(finding, writing, inserting...)
- `both': Turn on ido buffer and file behavior.
- `nil': Turn off any ido switching.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
use either \\[customize] or the function `ido-mode'."
......@@ -560,12 +560,12 @@ A tramp file name uses the following syntax: /method:user@host:filename."
:group 'ido)
(defcustom ido-record-ftp-work-directories t
"*Non-nil means that remote directories are recorded in work directory list."
"*Non-nil means record ftp file names in the work directory list."
:type 'boolean
:group 'ido)
(defcustom ido-merge-ftp-work-directories nil
"*Nil means that remote directories in work directory list are ignored during merge."
"*If nil means merging ignores ftp file names in the work directory list."
:type 'boolean
:group 'ido)
......@@ -739,15 +739,17 @@ Each function on the list may modify the dynamically bound variable
"*List of functions to run when the find-file prompt is created.
Each function on the list may modify the following dynamically bound
variables:
dirname - the (abbreviated) directory name to be modified by the hook functions
max-width - the max width of the resulting dirname; set to nil to inhibit truncation
prompt - the basic prompt (e.g. \"Find File: \")
literal - the string shown if doing `literal' find; set to nil to omit
vc-off - the string shown if version control is inhibited; set to nit to omit
prefix - normally nil, but may be set to a fixed prefix for the dirname
dirname - the (abbreviated) directory name
to be modified by the hook functions
max-width - the max width of the resulting dirname; nil means no limit
prompt - the basic prompt (e.g. \"Find File: \")
literal - the string shown if doing \"literal\" find; set to nil to omit
vc-off - the string shown if version control is inhibited; set to nit to omit
prefix - either nil or a fixed prefix for the dirname
The following variables are available, but should not be changed:
ido-current-directory - the unabbreviated directory name
item - equals 'file or 'dir depending on the current mode."
item - equals `file' or `dir' depending on the current mode."
:type 'hook
:group 'ido)
......@@ -841,12 +843,13 @@ file is opened with ido-find-file and family.")
(defvar ido-work-file-list nil
"List of actual work file names.
The current file name (sans directory) is inserted at the front of this list
whenever a file is opened with ido-find-file and family.")
Opening a file with `ido-find-file' and similar functions
inserts the current file name (relative to its containing directory)
at the front of this list.")
(defvar ido-dir-file-cache nil
"List of file-name-all-completions results.
Each element in the list is of the form (dir (mtime) file...).")
"List of `file-name-all-completions' results.
Each element in the list is of the form (DIR (MTIME) FILE...).")
(defvar ido-ignore-item-temp-list nil
"List of items to ignore in current ido invocation.
......@@ -1958,7 +1961,7 @@ If INITIAL is non-nil, it specifies the initial input string."
(string-match "[$]" ido-text))
(let ((evar (substitute-in-file-name (concat ido-current-directory ido-text))))
(if (not (file-exists-p (file-name-directory evar)))
(message "Expansion generates non-existing directory")
(message "Expansion generates non-existing directory name")
(if (file-directory-p evar)
(ido-set-current-directory evar)
(let ((d (or (file-name-directory evar) "/"))
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