Commit 39bb8e56 authored by Sam Steingold's avatar Sam Steingold
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Fixed some doc strings to properly quote symbols.

parent 11519a5e
2001-11-14 Sam Steingold <sds@gnu.org>
* gnus-score.el: Fixed some doc strings to properly quote symbols.
2001-11-10 Pavel Jan,Bm(Bk <Pavel@Janik.cz> 2001-11-10 Pavel Jan,Bm(Bk <Pavel@Janik.cz>
* gnus.el (gnus-local-domain): Reformat the doc-string to refer to * gnus.el (gnus-local-domain): Reformat the doc-string to refer to
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...@@ -59,10 +59,10 @@ Each element of this alist should be of the form ...@@ -59,10 +59,10 @@ Each element of this alist should be of the form
If the name of a group is matched by REGEXP, the corresponding scorefiles If the name of a group is matched by REGEXP, the corresponding scorefiles
will be used for that group. will be used for that group.
The first match found is used, subsequent matching entries are ignored (to The first match found is used, subsequent matching entries are ignored (to
use multiple matches, see gnus-score-file-multiple-match-alist). use multiple matches, see `gnus-score-file-multiple-match-alist').
These score files are loaded in addition to any files returned by These score files are loaded in addition to any files returned by
gnus-score-find-score-files-function (which see)." `gnus-score-find-score-files-function'."
:group 'gnus-score-files :group 'gnus-score-files
:type '(repeat (cons regexp (repeat file)))) :type '(repeat (cons regexp (repeat file))))
...@@ -75,10 +75,10 @@ If the name of a group is matched by REGEXP, the corresponding scorefiles ...@@ -75,10 +75,10 @@ If the name of a group is matched by REGEXP, the corresponding scorefiles
will be used for that group. will be used for that group.
If multiple REGEXPs match a group, the score files corresponding to each If multiple REGEXPs match a group, the score files corresponding to each
match will be used (for only one match to be used, see match will be used (for only one match to be used, see
gnus-score-file-single-match-alist). `gnus-score-file-single-match-alist').
These score files are loaded in addition to any files returned by These score files are loaded in addition to any files returned by
gnus-score-find-score-files-function (which see)." `gnus-score-find-score-files-function'."
:group 'gnus-score-files :group 'gnus-score-files
:type '(repeat (cons regexp (repeat file)))) :type '(repeat (cons regexp (repeat file))))
...@@ -101,9 +101,9 @@ files do not actually have to exist. ...@@ -101,9 +101,9 @@ files do not actually have to exist.
Predefined values are: Predefined values are:
gnus-score-find-single: Only apply the group's own score file. `gnus-score-find-single': Only apply the group's own score file.
gnus-score-find-hierarchical: Also apply score files from parent groups. `gnus-score-find-hierarchical': Also apply score files from parent groups.
gnus-score-find-bnews: Apply score files whose names matches. `gnus-score-find-bnews': Apply score files whose names matches.
See the documentation to these functions for more information. See the documentation to these functions for more information.
...@@ -1497,7 +1497,7 @@ THREAD is expected to contain a list of the form `(PARENT [CHILD1 ...@@ -1497,7 +1497,7 @@ THREAD is expected to contain a list of the form `(PARENT [CHILD1
CHILD2 ...])' where PARENT is a header array and each CHILD is a list CHILD2 ...])' where PARENT is a header array and each CHILD is a list
of the same form as THREAD. The empty list `nil' is valid. For each of the same form as THREAD. The empty list `nil' is valid. For each
article in the tree, the score of the corresponding entry in article in the tree, the score of the corresponding entry in
GNUS-NEWSGROUP-SCORED is adjusted by SCORE-ADJUST." `gnus-newsgroup-scored' is adjusted by SCORE-ADJUST."
(while thread (while thread
(let ((head (car thread))) (let ((head (car thread)))
(if (listp head) (if (listp head)
...@@ -1515,7 +1515,7 @@ GNUS-NEWSGROUP-SCORED is adjusted by SCORE-ADJUST." ...@@ -1515,7 +1515,7 @@ GNUS-NEWSGROUP-SCORED is adjusted by SCORE-ADJUST."
A root is an article with no references. An orphan is an article A root is an article with no references. An orphan is an article
which has references, but is not connected via its references to a which has references, but is not connected via its references to a
root article. This function finds all the orphans, and adjusts their root article. This function finds all the orphans, and adjusts their
score in GNUS-NEWSGROUP-SCORED by SCORE." score in `gnus-newsgroup-scored' by SCORE."
(let ((threads (gnus-make-threads))) (let ((threads (gnus-make-threads)))
;; gnus-make-threads produces a list, where each entry is a "thread" ;; gnus-make-threads produces a list, where each entry is a "thread"
;; as described in the gnus-score-lower-thread docs. This function ;; as described in the gnus-score-lower-thread docs. This function
...@@ -2678,7 +2678,7 @@ Destroys the current buffer." ...@@ -2678,7 +2678,7 @@ Destroys the current buffer."
(defun gnus-score-find-alist (group) (defun gnus-score-find-alist (group)
"Return list of score files for GROUP. "Return list of score files for GROUP.
The list is determined from the variable gnus-score-file-alist." The list is determined from the variable `gnus-score-file-alist'."
(let ((alist gnus-score-file-multiple-match-alist) (let ((alist gnus-score-file-multiple-match-alist)
score-files) score-files)
;; if this group has been seen before, return the cached entry ;; if this group has been seen before, return the cached entry
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