Commit 36710aa6 authored by Gerd Moellmann's avatar Gerd Moellmann
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...@@ -1558,7 +1558,7 @@ appropriate for C-style escape sequences in strings. ...@@ -1558,7 +1558,7 @@ appropriate for C-style escape sequences in strings.
** A new command `view-emacs-problems' (C-h P) displays the PROBLEMS file. ** A new command `view-emacs-problems' (C-h P) displays the PROBLEMS file.
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** The Dabbrev package has a new user-option `dabbrev-ignored-regexps' ** The Dabbrev package has a new user-option `dabbrev-ignored-buffer-regexps'
containing a list of regular expressions. Buffers matching a regular containing a list of regular expressions. Buffers matching a regular
expression from that list, are not checked. expression from that list, are not checked.
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2001-02-06 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
* dabbrev.el (dabbrev-ignored-buffer-regexps): Renamed from
dabbrev-ignored-regexps.
2001-02-06 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@is.elta.co.il> 2001-02-06 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@is.elta.co.il>
   
* simple.el (kill-line): Doc fix. * simple.el (kill-line): Doc fix.
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...@@ -350,10 +350,10 @@ buffers, unless you have set @code{dabbrev-check-all-buffers} to ...@@ -350,10 +350,10 @@ buffers, unless you have set @code{dabbrev-check-all-buffers} to
@code{nil}. @code{nil}.
@vindex dabbrev-ignored-buffer-regexps @vindex dabbrev-ignored-buffer-regexps
A more fine control of the buffers that are scanned is possible by For finer control over which buffers to scan, customize the variable
customizing the variable @code{dabbrev-ignored-buffer-regexps}, which should @code{dabbrev-ignored-buffer-regexps}. Its value is a list of regular
contain a list of regular expressions. Buffers matching a regular expressions. If a buffer's name matches any of these regular
expression from that list are not searched. expressions, dynamic abbrev expansion skips that buffer.
A negative argument to @kbd{M-/}, as in @kbd{C-u - M-/}, says to A negative argument to @kbd{M-/}, as in @kbd{C-u - M-/}, says to
search first for expansions after point, and second for expansions search first for expansions after point, and second for expansions
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...@@ -175,8 +175,7 @@ Move backward one word (@code{backward-word}). ...@@ -175,8 +175,7 @@ Move backward one word (@code{backward-word}).
@item C-n @item C-n
Move down one line, vertically (@code{next-line}). This command Move down one line, vertically (@code{next-line}). This command
attempts to keep the horizontal position unchanged, so if you start in attempts to keep the horizontal position unchanged, so if you start in
the middle of one line, you end in the middle of the next. When on the middle of one line, you end in the middle of the next.
the last line of text, @kbd{C-n} creates a new line and moves onto it.
@item C-p @item C-p
Move up one line, vertically (@code{previous-line}). Move up one line, vertically (@code{previous-line}).
@item M-r @item M-r
...@@ -219,10 +218,11 @@ to the end of another line. Normally, @code{track-eol} is @code{nil}. ...@@ -219,10 +218,11 @@ to the end of another line. Normally, @code{track-eol} is @code{nil}.
@xref{Variables}, for how to set variables such as @code{track-eol}. @xref{Variables}, for how to set variables such as @code{track-eol}.
@vindex next-line-add-newlines @vindex next-line-add-newlines
If non-@code{nil}, @kbd{C-n} on the last line of a buffer appends a @kbd{C-n} normally gets an error when you use it on the last line of
newline to it. If the variable @code{next-line-add-newlines} is the buffer (just as @kbd{C-p} gets an error on the first line). But
@code{nil}, the default, then @kbd{C-n} gets an error instead (like if you set the variable @code{next-line-add-newlines} to a
@kbd{C-p} on the first line). non-@code{nil} value, @kbd{C-n} on the last line of a buffer creates
an additional line at the end and moves down onto it.
@node Erasing @node Erasing
@section Erasing Text @section Erasing Text
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