Commit 371fb833 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

Checked msdog-xtra.texi

* doc/emacs/msdog-xtra.texi (MS-DOS Display): Update list-colors-display xref.
Update dos-mode* function names.
(MS-DOS Printing, MS-DOS and MULE): Copyedits.
(MS-DOS Processes): Add xref to main ls-lisp section.
* admin/FOR-RELEASE: Related markup.
parent b4d8d5e6
......@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ mini.texi
misc.texi cyd
modes.texi cyd
msdog.texi
msdog-xtra.texi
msdog-xtra.texi rgm (can't actually test any of it though)
mule.texi
m-x.texi cyd
package.texi cyd
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2012-02-23 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* msdog-xtra.texi (MS-DOS Display): Update list-colors-display xref.
Update dos-mode* function names.
(MS-DOS Printing, MS-DOS and MULE): Copyedits.
(MS-DOS Processes): Add xref to main ls-lisp section.
* ack.texi (Acknowledgments): Mention smie.
2012-02-22 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
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......@@ -199,10 +199,10 @@ of Emacs packages that use fonts (such as @code{font-lock}, Enriched
Text mode, and others) by defining the relevant faces to use different
colors. Use the @code{list-colors-display} command
@iftex
(@pxref{Frame Parameters,,,emacs, the Emacs Manual})
(@pxref{Colors,,,emacs, the Emacs Manual})
@end iftex
@ifnottex
(@pxref{Frame Parameters})
(@pxref{Colors})
@end ifnottex
and the @code{list-faces-display} command
@iftex
......@@ -260,10 +260,10 @@ visible frame smaller than the full screen, but Emacs still cannot
display more than a single frame at a time.
@cindex frame size under MS-DOS
@findex mode4350
@findex mode25
The @code{mode4350} command switches the display to 43 or 50
lines, depending on your hardware; the @code{mode25} command switches
@findex dos-mode4350
@findex dos-mode25
The @code{dos-mode4350} command switches the display to 43 or 50
lines, depending on your hardware; the @code{dos-mode25} command switches
to the default 80x25 screen size.
By default, Emacs only knows how to set screen sizes of 80 columns by
......@@ -394,7 +394,7 @@ different default values on MS-DOS.
for details about setting up printing to a networked printer.
Some printers expect DOS codepage encoding of non-@acronym{ASCII} text, even
though they are connected to a Windows machine which uses a different
though they are connected to a Windows machine that uses a different
encoding for the same locale. For example, in the Latin-1 locale, DOS
uses codepage 850 whereas Windows uses codepage 1252. @xref{MS-DOS and
MULE}. When you print to such printers from Windows, you can use the
......@@ -483,7 +483,7 @@ appropriate terminal coding system that is supported by the codepage.
The special features described in the rest of this section mostly
pertain to codepages that encode ISO 8859 character sets.
For the codepages which correspond to one of the ISO character sets,
For the codepages that correspond to one of the ISO character sets,
Emacs knows the character set based on the codepage number. Emacs
automatically creates a coding system to support reading and writing
files that use the current codepage, and uses this coding system by
......@@ -607,9 +607,14 @@ MS-DOS with some network redirector.
@cindex directory listing on MS-DOS
@vindex dired-listing-switches @r{(MS-DOS)}
Dired on MS-DOS uses the @code{ls-lisp} package where other
platforms use the system @code{ls} command. Therefore, Dired on
MS-DOS supports only some of the possible options you can mention in
the @code{dired-listing-switches} variable. The options that work are
@samp{-A}, @samp{-a}, @samp{-c}, @samp{-i}, @samp{-r}, @samp{-S},
@samp{-s}, @samp{-t}, and @samp{-u}.
Dired on MS-DOS uses the @code{ls-lisp} package
@iftex
(@pxref{ls in Lisp,,,emacs, the Emacs Manual}).
@end iftex
@ifnottex
(@pxref{ls in Lisp}).
@end ifnottex
Therefore, Dired on MS-DOS supports only some of the possible options
you can mention in the @code{dired-listing-switches} variable. The
options that work are @samp{-A}, @samp{-a}, @samp{-c}, @samp{-i},
@samp{-r}, @samp{-S}, @samp{-s}, @samp{-t}, and @samp{-u}.
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