Commit 4023e353 authored by Bill Wohler's avatar Bill Wohler
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Don't need to quote parenthesis within docstrings that are no longer

in the first column.
parent 2dcf34f9
......@@ -549,7 +549,7 @@ all runs \"repl -nocc all\", and a choice of \"to\" runs \"repl
Two windows are then created. One window contains the message to
which you are replying in an MH-Show buffer. Your draft, in
MH-Letter mode \(see `mh-letter-mode'), is in the other window.
MH-Letter mode (see `mh-letter-mode'), is in the other window.
If you supply a prefix argument INCLUDEP, the message you are
replying to is inserted in your reply after having first been run
......@@ -1610,7 +1610,7 @@ yanked into your reply using `mh-yank-behavior'.
If this isn't enough, you can gain full control over the
appearance of the included text by setting `mail-citation-hook'
to a function that modifies it. For example, if you set this hook
to `trivial-cite' \(which is NOT part of Emacs), set
to `trivial-cite' (which is NOT part of Emacs), set
`mh-yank-behavior' to \"Body and Header\" (see URL
`http://shasta.cs.uiuc.edu/~lrclause/tc.html').
......@@ -1856,7 +1856,7 @@ Any match found replaces the text from BEGIN to END."
(defun mh-letter-complete (arg)
"Perform completion on header field or word preceding point.
If the field contains addresses (for example, \"To:\" or \"Cc:\")
or folders \(for example, \"Fcc:\") then this command will
or folders (for example, \"Fcc:\") then this command will
provide alias completion. In the body of the message, this
command runs `mh-letter-complete-function' instead, which is set
to \"'ispell-complete-word\" by default. This command takes a
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......@@ -935,7 +935,7 @@ otherwise, the default is \"None\". Other mechanisms include
vanilla \"PGP\" and \"S/MIME\".
The `pgg' customization group may have some settings which may
interest you \(see Info node `(pgg)').
interest you (see Info node `(pgg)').
In particular, I set the option `pgg-encrypt-for-me' to t so that all
messages I encrypt are encrypted with my public key as well. If you
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......@@ -293,7 +293,7 @@ The first is expected to match the `Re:' string, if any. The
second matches an optional bracketed number after `Re:', such as
in `Re[2]:' (and is thus a sub-expression of the first
expression) and the third is expected to match the subject line
itself as in the default of \(broken on multiple lines for
itself as in the default of (broken on multiple lines for
readability):
^ *[0-9]+........[ ]*...................
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......@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ correct the \"To:\" field yourself."
"Copy RANGE to FOLDER\\<mh-folder-mode-map>.
If you wish to copy a message to another folder, you can use this
command \(see the \"-link\" argument to \"refile\"). Like the
command (see the \"-link\" argument to \"refile\"). Like the
command \\[mh-refile-msg], this command prompts you for the name
of the target folder and you can specify a range. Note that
unlike the command \\[mh-refile-msg], the copy takes place
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......@@ -657,7 +657,7 @@ The argument IGNORE is not used."
A proper multipart message is created for you when you send the
message. Use the \\[mh-mml-unsecure-message] command to remove
this tag. Use a prefix argument METHOD to be prompted for one of
the possible security methods \(see `mh-mml-method-default')."
the possible security methods (see `mh-mml-method-default')."
(interactive (list (mh-mml-query-cryptographic-method)))
(mh-secure-message method "sign" mh-identity-pgg-default-user-id))
......@@ -668,7 +668,7 @@ the possible security methods \(see `mh-mml-method-default')."
A proper multipart message is created for you when you send the
message. Use the \\[mh-mml-unsecure-message] command to remove
this tag. Use a prefix argument METHOD to be prompted for one of
the possible security methods \(see `mh-mml-method-default')."
the possible security methods (see `mh-mml-method-default')."
(interactive (list (mh-mml-query-cryptographic-method)))
(mh-secure-message method "encrypt" mh-identity-pgg-default-user-id))
......@@ -679,7 +679,7 @@ the possible security methods \(see `mh-mml-method-default')."
A proper multipart message is created for you when you send the
message. Use the \\[mh-mml-unsecure-message] command to remove
this tag. Use a prefix argument METHOD to be prompted for one of
the possible security methods \(see `mh-mml-method-default')."
the possible security methods (see `mh-mml-method-default')."
(interactive (list (mh-mml-query-cryptographic-method)))
(mh-secure-message method "signencrypt" mh-identity-pgg-default-user-id))
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