Commit 457b792c authored by Gerd Moellmann's avatar Gerd Moellmann

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parent bffc71d6
2001-01-10 Dave Love <fx@gnu.org>
* configure.in: Don't reset LIBS at end of -lXmu test. Test for
-lXext.
(HAVE_XKBGETKEYBOARD): Fix reporting of result.
(HAVE_LIBXP): Remove -lXt from AC_CHECK_LIB.
(HAVE_XAW3D, HAVE_XPM, HAVE_JPEG, HAVE_PNG, HAVE_TIFF, HAVE_GIF):
Don't frob CFLAGS. Remove extra X libs from AC_CHECK_LIB
(now in $LIBS).
2001-01-08 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@is.elta.co.il>
* config.bat: Run the preprocessor with -traditional.
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2001-01-10 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
* simple.el (set-variable): Force a thorough redisplay for the
case that the variable has an effect on the display, like
`tab-width' has.
2001-01-10 Andre Spiegel <spiegel@gnu.org>
* vc.el: Add documentation for backend interface.
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......@@ -464,11 +464,16 @@ nonblank line.
@cindex wrapping
@cindex line wrapping
If you add too many characters to one line without breaking it with
@key{RET}, the line will grow to occupy two (or more) lines on the screen,
with a @samp{\} at the extreme right margin of all but the last of them.
The @samp{\} says that the following screen line is not really a distinct
line in the text, but just the @dfn{continuation} of a line too long to fit
the screen. Continuation is also called @dfn{line wrapping}.
@key{RET}, the line will grow to occupy two (or more) lines on the
screen. On terminals, one or more @samp{\} characters are displayed
at the extreme right margin of all but the last of them. The @samp{\}
characters say that the following screen line is not really a distinct
line in the text, but just the @dfn{continuation} of a line too long
to fit the screen. Continuation is also called @dfn{line wrapping}.
More than one @samp{\} is displayed for a wrapped character which is
wider than one column. On window systems, small bitmaps are displayed
in the fringes to the left and right of the window to indicate line
wrapping.
Sometimes it is nice to have Emacs insert newlines automatically when
a line gets too long. Continuation on the screen does not do that. Use
......@@ -478,10 +483,12 @@ Auto Fill mode (@pxref{Filling}) if that's what you want.
@findex toggle-truncate-lines
@cindex truncation
As an alternative to continuation, Emacs can display long lines by
@dfn{truncation}. This means that all the characters that do not fit in
the width of the screen or window do not appear at all. They remain in
the buffer, temporarily invisible. @samp{$} is used in the last column
instead of @samp{\} to inform you that truncation is in effect.
@dfn{truncation}. This means that all the characters that do not fit
in the width of the screen or window do not appear at all. They
remain in the buffer, temporarily invisible. On terminals, @samp{$}
is used in the last column instead of @samp{\} to inform you that
truncation is in effect. On window systems, a small bitmap in the
fringe to the right of the window indicates line truncation.
Truncation instead of continuation happens whenever horizontal
scrolling is in use, and optionally in all side-by-side windows
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......@@ -79,12 +79,17 @@ cases) in the @kbd{C-q} command (@pxref{Multibyte Conversion}).
@kindex C-h h
@findex view-hello-file
@cindex undisplayable characters
@cindex ?
@cindex ??
The command @kbd{C-h h} (@code{view-hello-file}) displays the file
@file{etc/HELLO}, which shows how to say ``hello'' in many languages.
This illustrates various scripts. If the font you're using doesn't have
characters for all those different languages, you will see some hollow
boxes instead of characters; see @ref{Fontsets}. On non-windowing
displays, @samp{?} is displayed in place of the hollow box.
displays, @samp{?} is displayed in place of the hollow box. More than
one @samp{?} is displayed for undisplayable characters that are wider
than one column.
@findex list-charset-chars
@cindex characters in a certain charset
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2001-01-10 Dave Love <fx@gnu.org>
* Makefile.in (${etc}DOC): Depend on ${shortlisp} and
${SOME_MACHINE_LISP}, not ${lisp}.
2001-01-10 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
* xdisp.c (display_line): On ttys, produce more than one
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