Commit 462be72f authored by Nick Drozd's avatar Nick Drozd Committed by Eli Zaretskii

Minor copyedits in ido.texi

* doc/misc/ido.texi (Overview)
(Interactive Substring Matching, Prefix Matching)
(Regexp Matching, Hidden Buffers and Files)
(Changing List Order, Find File At Point, Misc)
(All Matching, Replacement): Fix wording, markup and punctuation.
(Bug#37225)
parent 51cf9161
......@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ This document describes a set of features that can interactively do
things with buffers and files. All the features are described here
in detail.
The @dfn{Ido} package can let you switch between buffers and visit
The @dfn{Ido} package lets you switch between buffers and visit
files and directories with a minimum of keystrokes. It is a superset
of Iswitchb, the interactive buffer switching package by Stephen
Eglen.
......@@ -211,7 +211,7 @@ do with various kinds of @emph{matching}: among buffers, files, and directories.
@noindent
As you type in a substring, the list of buffers or files currently
matching the substring are displayed as you type. The list is
matching the substring is displayed as you type. The list is
ordered so that the most recent buffers or files visited come at
the start of the list.
......@@ -240,13 +240,13 @@ If you then press @kbd{2}:
Buffer: 2[3]@{123456 | 123@}
@end example
The list in @{...@} are the matching buffers, most recent first
(buffers visible in the current frame are put at the end of the list
by default). At any time you can select the item at the head of the
list by pressing @key{RET}. You can also put the first element at the
end of the list by pressing @kbd{C-s} or @kbd{<right>}, or bring the
last element to the head of the list by pressing @kbd{C-r} or
@kbd{<left>}.
The items listed in @{...@} are the matching buffers, most recent
first (buffers visible in the current frame are put at the end of the
list by default). At any time you can select the item at the head of
the list by pressing @key{RET}. You can also put the first element at
the end of the list by pressing @kbd{C-s} or @key{RIGHT}, or bring
the last element to the head of the list by pressing @kbd{C-r} or
@key{LEFT}.
@findex ido-complete
The item in [...] indicates what can be added to your input by
......@@ -287,7 +287,7 @@ Buffer: 234a [No match]
There are no matching buffers. If you press @key{RET} or @key{TAB},
you can be prompted to create a new buffer called @file{234a}.
Of course, where this function comes in really useful is when you can
Of course, where this function really comes in handy is when you can
specify the buffer using only a few keystrokes. In the above example,
the quickest way to get to the @file{123456} file would be just to
type @kbd{4} and then @key{RET} (assuming there isn't any newer buffer
......@@ -305,7 +305,7 @@ In addition to scrolling through the list using @kbd{<right>} and
@kbd{<left>}, you can use @kbd{<up>} and @kbd{<down>} to quickly
scroll the list to the next or previous subdirectory.
To go down into a subdirectory, and continue the file selection on
To go down into a subdirectory and continue the file selection on
the files in that directory, simply move the directory to the head
of the list and hit @key{RET}.
......@@ -366,9 +366,9 @@ If for some reason you cannot specify the proper file using
@noindent
The standard way of completion with *nix shells and Emacs is to insert
a @dfn{prefix} and then hitting @key{TAB} (or another completion key).
Cause of this behavior has become second nature to a lot of Emacs
users Ido offers in addition to the default substring matching method
(look above) also the prefix matching method. The kind of matching is
Because this behavior has become second nature to a lot of Emacs
users, Ido offers, in addition to the default substring matching method
(see above), also the prefix matching method. The kind of matching is
the only difference to the description of the substring matching
above.
......@@ -425,7 +425,7 @@ matching. The value of this user option can be toggled within
ido-mode using @code{ido-toggle-regexp}.
@end defopt
@strong{Please notice:} Ido-style completion is inhibited when you
@strong{Please note:} Ido-style completion is inhibited when you
enable regexp matching.
@node Highlighting
......@@ -438,21 +438,21 @@ The highlighting of matching items is controlled via
@code{ido-use-faces}. The faces used are @code{ido-first-match},
@code{ido-only-match} and @code{ido-subdir}.
Coloring of the matching item was suggested by Carsten Dominik.
Coloring of the matching items was suggested by Carsten Dominik.
@node Hidden Buffers and Files
@chapter Hidden Buffers and Files
@cindex hidden buffers and files
Normally, Ido does not include hidden buffers (whose name starts with
a space) and hidden files and directories (whose name starts with
@samp{.}) in the list of possible completions. However, if the
Normally, Ido does not include hidden buffers (whose names start with
a space) and hidden files and directories (whose names start with
@file{.}) in the list of possible completions. However, if the
substring you enter does not match any of the visible buffers or
files, Ido will automatically look for completions among the hidden
buffers or files.
@findex ido-toggle-ignore
You can toggle display of the hidden buffers and files with @kbd{C-a}
You can toggle the display of hidden buffers and files with @kbd{C-a}
(@code{ido-toggle-ignore}).
@c @deffn Command ido-toggle-ignore
......@@ -525,7 +525,7 @@ deleting or rearranging elements.)
@noindent
Find File At Point, also known generally as ``ffap'', is an
intelligent system for opening files, and URLs.
intelligent system for opening files and URLs.
The following expression will make Ido guess the context:
......@@ -552,7 +552,7 @@ a URL at point. If found, call @code{find-file-at-point} to visit it.
@noindent
Ido is capable of ignoring buffers, directories, files and extensions
using regular expression.
using regular expressions.
@defopt ido-ignore-buffers
This variable takes a list of regular expressions for buffers to
......@@ -590,7 +590,7 @@ Now you can customize @code{completion-ignored-extensions} as well.
Go ahead and add all the useless object files, backup files, shared
library files and other computing flotsam you don't want Ido to show.
@strong{Please notice:} Ido will still complete the ignored elements
@strong{Note:} Ido will still complete the ignored elements
if it would otherwise not show any other matches. So if you type out
the name of an ignored file, Ido will still let you open it just fine.
......@@ -718,7 +718,7 @@ packages.
After @kbd{C-x b} (@code{ido-switch-buffer}), the buffer at the head
of the list can be killed by pressing @kbd{C-k}. If the buffer needs
saving, you will be queried before the buffer is killed. @kbd{C-S-b}
buries the buffer at the head of the list.
buries the buffer at the end of the list.
Likewise, after @kbd{C-x C-f}, you can delete (i.e., physically
remove) the file at the head of the list with @kbd{C-k}. You will
......@@ -726,8 +726,8 @@ always be asked for confirmation before deleting the file.
If you enter @kbd{C-x b} to switch to a buffer visiting a given file,
and you find that the file you are after is not in any buffer, you can
press @kbd{C-f} to immediately drop into @code{ido-find-file}. And
you can switch back to buffer selection with @kbd{C-b}.
press @kbd{C-f} to immediately drop into @code{ido-find-file}. You
can switch back to buffer selection with @kbd{C-b}.
@c @deffn Command ido-magic-forward-char
@c @deffn Command ido-magic-backward-char
......@@ -759,7 +759,7 @@ want Ido to behave differently from the default minibuffer resizing
behavior, set the variable @code{ido-max-window-height}.
Also, to improve the responsiveness of Ido, the maximum number of
matching items is limited to 12, but you can increase or removed this
matching items is limited to 12, but you can increase or remove this
limit via the @code{ido-max-prospects} user option.
@c @defopt ido-max-prospects
......@@ -774,7 +774,7 @@ this separate buffer.
@noindent
@code{ido-read-buffer} and @code{ido-read-file-name} have been written
to be drop in replacements for the normal buffer and file name reading
to be drop-in replacements for the normal buffer and file name reading
functions @code{read-buffer} and @code{read-file-name}.
To use ido for all buffer and file selections in Emacs, customize the
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