Commit 3d9842c6 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

(Declaring Functions): Mention that we also search for ".m" files in

the src/ directory.
parent a4d2c321
2009-10-01 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* functions.texi (Declaring Functions): Mention that we also search for
".m" files in the src/ directory.
2009-09-25 David Engster <deng@randomsample.de>
* display.texi (Managing Overlays): Document
copy-overlay (Bug#4549).
* display.texi (Managing Overlays): Document copy-overlay (Bug#4549).
2009-09-22 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
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......@@ -1312,11 +1312,11 @@ definition using @code{locate-library}; if that finds no file, they
expand the definition file name relative to the directory of the file
that contains the @code{declare-function} call.
You can also say that a function is defined by C code by specifying
a file name ending in @samp{.c}. @code{check-declare-file} looks for
these files in the C source code directory. This is useful only when
you call a function that is defined only on certain systems. Most
of the primitive functions of Emacs are always defined so they will
You can also say that a function is defined by C code by specifying a
file name ending in @samp{.c} or @samp{.m}. @code{check-declare-file}
looks for these files in the C source code directory. This is useful
only when you call a function that is defined only on certain systems.
Most of the primitive functions of Emacs are always defined so they will
never give you a warning.
Sometimes a file will optionally use functions from an external package.
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