Commit 43d02cfd authored by Chong Yidong's avatar Chong Yidong
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(Version Info): Update version numbers in examples.

(Acknowledgements): List more contributors.
parent 2bd1f99a
......@@ -474,15 +474,15 @@ running. It is useful to include this string in bug reports.
@smallexample
@group
(emacs-version)
@result{} "GNU Emacs 20.3.5 (i486-pc-linux-gnulibc1, X toolkit)
of Sat Feb 14 1998 on psilocin.gnu.org"
@result{} "GNU Emacs 23.1 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.14.4)
of 2009-06-01 on cyd.mit.edu"
@end group
@end smallexample
If @var{here} is non-@code{nil}, it inserts the text in the buffer
before point, and returns @code{nil}. Called interactively, the
function prints the same information in the echo area, but giving a
prefix argument makes @var{here} non-@code{nil}.
before point, and returns @code{nil}. When this function is called
interactively, it prints the same information in the echo area, but
giving a prefix argument makes @var{here} non-@code{nil}.
@end deffn
@defvar emacs-build-time
......@@ -493,30 +493,30 @@ of @code{current-time} (@pxref{Time of Day}).
@example
@group
emacs-build-time
@result{} (13623 62065 344633)
@result{} (18846 52016 156039)
@end group
@end example
@end defvar
@defvar emacs-version
The value of this variable is the version of Emacs being run. It is a
string such as @code{"20.3.1"}. The last number in this string is not
really part of the Emacs release version number; it is incremented each
time you build Emacs in any given directory. A value with four numeric
components, such as @code{"20.3.9.1"}, indicates an unreleased test
version.
string such as @code{"23.1.1"}. The last number in this string is not
really part of the Emacs release version number; it is incremented
each time you build Emacs in any given directory. A value with four
numeric components, such as @code{"22.0.91.1"}, indicates an
unreleased test version.
@end defvar
The following two variables have existed since Emacs version 19.23:
@defvar emacs-major-version
The major version number of Emacs, as an integer. For Emacs version
20.3, the value is 20.
23.1, the value is 23.
@end defvar
@defvar emacs-minor-version
The minor version number of Emacs, as an integer. For Emacs version
20.3, the value is 3.
23.1, the value is 1.
@end defvar
@node Acknowledgements
......@@ -528,20 +528,24 @@ manual group, in an effort extending over several years.
Robert@tie{}J. Chassell helped to review and edit the manual, with the
support of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, ARPA Order
6082, arranged by Warren@tie{}A. Hunt, Jr.@: of Computational Logic,
Inc.
Corrections were supplied by Karl Berry, Jim Blandy, Bard Bloom,
Stephane Boucher, David Boyes, Alan Carroll, Richard Davis, Lawrence
R. Dodd, Peter Doornbosch, David A. Duff, Chris Eich, Beverly
Erlebacher, David Eckelkamp, Ralf Fassel, Eirik Fuller, Stephen Gildea,
Bob Glickstein, Eric Hanchrow, George Hartzell, Nathan Hess, Masayuki
Ida, Dan Jacobson, Jak Kirman, Bob Knighten, Frederick M. Korz, Joe
Lammens, Glenn M. Lewis, K. Richard Magill, Brian Marick, Roland
McGrath, Skip Montanaro, John Gardiner Myers, Thomas A. Peterson,
Francesco Potorti, Friedrich Pukelsheim, Arnold D. Robbins, Raul
Rockwell, Per Starb@"ack, Shinichirou Sugou, Kimmo Suominen, Edward Tharp,
Bill Trost, Rickard Westman, Jean White, Matthew Wilding, Carl Witty,
Dale Worley, Rusty Wright, and David D. Zuhn.
Inc. Additional sections were written by Miles Bader, Lars Brinkhoff,
Chong Yidong, Kenichi Handa, Lute Kamstra, Juri Linkov, Glenn Morris,
Thien-Thi Nguyen, Dan Nicolaescu, Martin Rudalics, Kim F. Storm, Luc
Teirlinck, and Eli Zaretskii.
Corrections were supplied by Drew Adams, Juanma Barranquero, Karl
Berry, Jim Blandy, Bard Bloom, Stephane Boucher, David Boyes, Alan
Carroll, Richard Davis, Lawrence R. Dodd, Peter Doornbosch, David
A. Duff, Chris Eich, Beverly Erlebacher, David Eckelkamp, Ralf Fassel,
Eirik Fuller, Stephen Gildea, Bob Glickstein, Eric Hanchrow, Jesper
Harder, George Hartzell, Nathan Hess, Masayuki Ida, Dan Jacobson, Jak
Kirman, Bob Knighten, Frederick M. Korz, Joe Lammens, Glenn M. Lewis,
K. Richard Magill, Brian Marick, Roland McGrath, Stefan Monnier, Skip
Montanaro, John Gardiner Myers, Thomas A. Peterson, Francesco Potorti,
Friedrich Pukelsheim, Arnold D. Robbins, Raul Rockwell, Jason Rumney,
Per Starb@"ack, Shinichirou Sugou, Kimmo Suominen, Edward Tharp, Bill
Trost, Rickard Westman, Jean White, Eduard Wiebe, Matthew Wilding,
Carl Witty, Dale Worley, Rusty Wright, and David D. Zuhn.
@ignore
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