Commit 400cf56b authored by Thien-Thi Nguyen's avatar Thien-Thi Nguyen

Grammar and capitalization fixes; nfc.

parent aa90bc7c
......@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ much pure storage it will approximately need.
** The script etc/emacs-buffer.gdb can be used with gdb to retrieve the
contents of buffers from a core dump and save them to files easily, should
emacs crash.
Emacs crash.
---
** The Emacs terminal emulation in term.el uses a different terminfo name.
......@@ -1679,7 +1679,7 @@ on the mode line, header line and display margin, when run in an xterm.
---
*** Improved key bindings support when running in an xterm.
When emacs is running in an xterm more key bindings are available.
When Emacs is running in an xterm more key bindings are available.
The following should work:
{C,S,C-S,A}-{right,left,up,down,prior,next,delete,insert,F1-12}.
These key bindings work on xterm from X.org 6.8, they might not work on
......@@ -1822,7 +1822,7 @@ When the global mark is active, any text which is cut or copied is
automatically inserted at the global mark position. See the
commentary in cua-base.el for more global mark related commands.
The features of cua also works with the standard emacs bindings for
The features of cua also works with the standard Emacs bindings for
kill, copy, yank, and undo. If you want to use cua mode, but don't
want the C-x, C-c, C-v, and C-z bindings, you can customize the
`cua-enable-cua-keys' variable.
......@@ -1855,7 +1855,7 @@ It is a modern replacement for zone-mode.el, which is now obsolete.
** The new global minor mode `file-name-shadow-mode' modifies the way
filenames being entered by the user in the minibuffer are displayed, so
that it's clear when part of the entered filename will be ignored due to
emacs' filename parsing rules. The ignored portion can be made dim,
Emacs' filename parsing rules. The ignored portion can be made dim,
invisible, or otherwise less visually noticeable. The display method can
be displayed by customizing the variable `file-name-shadow-properties'.
......@@ -1882,7 +1882,7 @@ The choices for the keypad keys in each of the above states are:
`Numeric keypad with decimal key' where the character produced by the
decimal key can be customized individually (for internationalization),
`Numeric Prefix Arg' where the keypad keys produce numeric prefix args
for emacs editing commands, `Cursor keys' and `Shifted Cursor keys'
for Emacs editing commands, `Cursor keys' and `Shifted Cursor keys'
where the keys work like (shifted) arrow keys, home/end, etc., and
`Unspecified/User-defined' where the keypad keys (kp-0, kp-1, etc.)
are left unspecified and can be bound individually through the global
......@@ -4035,7 +4035,7 @@ If it is non-nil, the function lists only faces matching this regexp.
*** New functions `string-or-null-p' and `booleanp'.
`string-or-null-p' returns non-nil iff OBJECT is a string or nil.
`booleanp' returns non-nil iff OBJECT is a t or nil.
`booleanp' returns non-nil iff OBJECT is t or nil.
+++
*** New hook `command-error-function'.
......@@ -4415,7 +4415,7 @@ non-empty sequence of either word or symbol constituent characters, as
specified by the syntax table.
---
*** rx.el has new corresponding `symbol-end' and `symbol-start' elements.
*** rx.el has new corresponding `symbol-start' and `symbol-end' elements.
+++
*** `skip-chars-forward' and `skip-chars-backward' now handle
......@@ -4450,7 +4450,7 @@ this function returns the regexp constructed from the variables
** Undo changes:
+++
*** `buffer-undo-list' can allows programmable elements.
*** `buffer-undo-list' allows programmable elements.
These elements have the form (apply FUNNAME . ARGS), where FUNNAME is
a symbol other than t or nil. That stands for a high-level change
......@@ -4887,13 +4887,13 @@ speech synthesis.
*** Adaptive read buffering of subprocess output.
On some systems, when emacs reads the output from a subprocess, the
On some systems, when Emacs reads the output from a subprocess, the
output data is read in very small blocks, potentially resulting in
very poor performance. This behavior can be remedied to some extent
by setting the new variable `process-adaptive-read-buffering' to a
non-nil value (the default), as it will automatically delay reading
from such processes, allowing them to produce more output before
emacs tries to read it.
Emacs tries to read it.
*** The new function `call-process-shell-command'.
......@@ -4927,7 +4927,7 @@ which was not compatible with the behavior of file reading.
*** The new `make-network-process' function makes network connections.
It allows opening of stream and datagram connections to a server, as well as
create a stream or datagram server inside emacs.
create a stream or datagram server inside Emacs.
- A server is started using :server t arg.
- Datagram connection is selected using :type 'datagram arg.
......@@ -5934,7 +5934,7 @@ The hook is run with GC inhibited, so use it with care.
+++
** The new library button.el implements simple and fast `clickable
buttons' in emacs buffers. Buttons are much lighter-weight than the
buttons' in Emacs buffers. Buttons are much lighter-weight than the
`widgets' implemented by widget.el, and can be used by lisp code that
doesn't require the full power of widgets. Emacs uses buttons for
such things as help and apropos buffers.
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