Commit 4125ceb0 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix last changes.

parent 56974e03
......@@ -285,24 +285,24 @@ to a particular debugger program.
@table @kbd
@item M-x gdb @key{RET} @var{file} @key{RET}
@findex gdb
This command runs GDB as a subprocess of Emacs. It creates a buffer
Run GDB as a subprocess of Emacs. This command creates a buffer
for input and output to GDB, and switches to it. If a GDB buffer
already exists, it just switches to that buffer.
@item M-x dbx @key{RET} @var{file} @key{RET}
@findex dbx
Similar, but runs DBX instead of GDB.
Similar, but run DBX instead of GDB.
@item M-x xdb @key{RET} @var{file} @key{RET}
@findex xdb
@vindex gud-xdb-directories
Similar, but runs XDB instead of GDB. Use the variable
Similar, but run XDB instead of GDB. Use the variable
@code{gud-xdb-directories} to specify directories to search for source
files.
@item M-x sdb @key{RET} @var{file} @key{RET}
@findex sdb
Similar, but runs SDB instead of GDB.
Similar, but run SDB instead of GDB.
Some versions of SDB do not mention source file names in their
messages. When you use them, you need to have a valid tags table
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......@@ -315,7 +315,7 @@ Deleting a file means erasing it from the file system.
@item Deletion of Messages
Deleting a message means flagging it to be eliminated from your mail
file. Until you expunge (q.v.@:) the Rmail file, you can still undelete
the messages you have flagged to be deleted. @xref{Rmail Deletion}.
the messages you have deleted. @xref{Rmail Deletion}.
@item Deletion of Windows
Deleting a window means eliminating it from the screen. Other windows
......@@ -617,7 +617,7 @@ See `incremental search.'
@item Justification
Justification means adding extra spaces within lines of text to make
them align exactly to a specified width.
them extend exactly to a specified width.
@xref{Filling,Justification}.
@item Keyboard Macro
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......@@ -19,8 +19,9 @@ Perform @key{RET} followed by @key{TAB} (@code{newline-and-indent}).
Merge the previous and the current line (@code{delete-indentation}).
This would cancel out the effect of @kbd{C-j}.
@item C-M-o
Split the line at point; text on the line after point becomes a new line
indented to the same column where point is located (@code{split-line}).
Split the current line at point; text on the line after point becomes a
new line indented to the same column where point is located
(@code{split-line}).
@item M-m
Move (forward or back) to the first nonblank character on the current
line (@code{back-to-indentation}).
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......@@ -315,7 +315,7 @@ remembering a spot that you may want to go back to. To make this
feature more useful, each buffer remembers 16 previous locations of the
mark, in the @dfn{mark ring}. Commands that set the mark also push the
old mark onto this ring. To return to a marked location, use @kbd{C-u
C-@key{SPC}} (or @kbd{C-u C-@@}); this is the same as the command
C-@key{SPC}} (or @kbd{C-u C-@@}); this is the command
@code{set-mark-command} given a numeric argument. It moves point to
where the mark was, and restores the mark from the ring of former
marks. Thus, repeated use of this command moves point to all of the old
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......@@ -151,9 +151,9 @@ text that you put in the minibuffer if @code{resize-mini-windows} is
non-@code{nil}. If @code{resize-mini-windows} is @code{t}, the window
is always resized to fit the size of the text it displays. If
@code{resize-mini-windows} is the symbol @code{grow-only}, the window
is enlarged when the size of displayed text grows, but never shrinked
until it becomes empty, at which point it shrinks back to its normal
size.
is enlarged when the size of displayed text grows, but never reduced
in size until it becomes empty, at which point it shrinks back to its
normal size.
@vindex max-mini-window-height
The variable @code{max-mini-window-height} controls the maximum
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......@@ -1138,7 +1138,7 @@ window frame:
With the X resource @samp{Emacs.Font}, you can specify a fontset name
just like an actual font name. But be careful not to specify a fontset
name in a wildcard resource like @samp{Emacs*Font}---that wildcard
specification is used for various other purposes, such as menus, and
specification matches various other resources, such as menus, and
menus cannot handle fontsets.
You can specify additional fontsets using X resources named
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