Commit 46bf60bc authored by Kenichi Handa's avatar Kenichi Handa

Docstrings of categories improved.

parent f6d2f045
......@@ -35,62 +35,84 @@
;; For each character set.
(define-category ?a "ASCII graphic characters 32-126 (ISO646 IRV:1983[4/0])")
(define-category ?a "ASCII
ASCII graphic characters 32-126 (ISO646 IRV:1983[4/0])")
(define-category ?l "Latin")
(define-category ?t "Thai")
(define-category ?g "Greek")
(define-category ?b "Arabic")
(define-category ?w "Hebrew")
(define-category ?y "Cyrillic")
(define-category ?k "Japanese katakana")
(define-category ?r "Japanese roman")
(define-category ?k "Katakana
Japanese katakana")
(define-category ?r "Roman
Japanese roman")
(define-category ?c "Chinese")
(define-category ?j "Japanese")
(define-category ?h "Korean")
(define-category ?e "Ethiopic (Ge'ez)")
(define-category ?v "Vietnamese")
(define-category ?e "Ethiopic
Ethiopic (Ge'ez)")
(define-category ?v "Viet
Vietnamese")
(define-category ?i "Indian")
(define-category ?o "Lao")
(define-category ?q "Tibetan")
;; For each group (row) of 2-byte character sets.
(define-category ?A "Alpha-numeric characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?C "Chinese (Han) characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?G "Greek characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?H "Japanese Hiragana characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?K "Japanese Katakana characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?N "Korean Hangul characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?Y "Cyrillic characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?A "2-byte alnum
Alpha-numeric characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?C "2-byte han
Chinese (Han) characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?G "2-byte Greek
Greek characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?H "2-byte Hiragana
Japanese Hiragana characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?K "2-byte Katakana
Japanese Katakana characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?N "2-byte Korean
Korean Hangul characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?Y "2-byte Cyril
Cyrillic characters of 2-byte character sets")
(define-category ?I "Indian Glyphs")
;; For phonetic classifications.
(define-category ?0 "consonant")
(define-category ?1 "base (independent) vowel")
(define-category ?2 "upper diacritical mark (including upper vowel)")
(define-category ?3 "lower diacritical mark (including lower vowel)")
(define-category ?4 "combining tone mark")
(define-category ?1 "base vowel
base (independent) vowel")
(define-category ?2 "upper diacritic
upper diacritical mark (including upper vowel)")
(define-category ?3 "lower diacritic
lower diacritical mark (including lower vowel)")
(define-category ?4 "combining tone
combining tone mark")
(define-category ?5 "symbol")
(define-category ?6 "digit")
(define-category ?7 "vowel-modifying diacritical mark")
(define-category ?7 "diacritic on vowel
vowel-modifying diacritical mark")
(define-category ?8 "vowel-signs")
(define-category ?9 "semivowel lower")
;; For filling.
(define-category ?| "While filling, we can break a line at this character.")
(define-category ?| "line breakable
While filling, we can break a line at this character.")
;; For indentation calculation.
(define-category ?\s
"This character counts as a space for indentation purposes.")
"space for indent
This character counts as a space for indentation purposes.")
;; Keep the following for `kinsoku' processing. See comments in
;; kinsoku.el.
(define-category ?> "A character which can't be placed at beginning of line.")
(define-category ?< "A character which can't be placed at end of line.")
(define-category ?> "Not at bol
A character which can't be placed at beginning of line.")
(define-category ?< "Not at eol
A character which can't be placed at end of line.")
;; Combining
(define-category ?^ "Combining diacritic or mark")
(define-category ?^ "Combining
Combining diacritic or mark")
;;; Setting syntax and category.
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