Commit 48a2e53f authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero
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(toggle-enable-multibyte-characters, sort-coding-systems,

search-unencodable-char): Doc fixes.
(coding-system-change-eol-conversion, set-default-coding-systems,
prefer-coding-system, find-multibyte-characters, princ-list,
leim-list-entry-regexp, set-input-method, locale-language-names,
input-method-exit-on-first-char, exit-language-environment-hook,
locale-charset-language-names): Fix typos in docstrings.
parent b49bf494
;;; mule-cmds.el --- commands for mulitilingual environment -*-coding: iso-2022-7bit -*-
;;; mule-cmds.el --- commands for multilingual environment -*-coding: iso-2022-7bit -*-
;; Copyright (C) 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005,
;; 2006, 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
......@@ -203,7 +203,7 @@
"`\\(\\sw\\(\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\)'")))
(defun coding-system-change-eol-conversion (coding-system eol-type)
"Return a coding system which differs from CODING-SYSTEM in eol conversion.
"Return a coding system which differs from CODING-SYSTEM in EOL conversion.
The returned coding system converts end-of-line by EOL-TYPE
but text as the same way as CODING-SYSTEM.
EOL-TYPE should be `unix', `dos', `mac', or nil.
......@@ -253,8 +253,8 @@ the buffer; it only changes the way those bytes are interpreted.
In general, therefore, this command *changes* the sequence of
characters that the current buffer contains.
We suggest you avoid using use this command unless you know what you
are doing. If you use it by mistake, and the buffer is now displayed
We suggest you avoid using this command unless you know what you are
doing. If you use it by mistake, and the buffer is now displayed
wrong, use this command again to toggle back to the right mode."
(interactive "P")
(let ((new-flag
......@@ -327,10 +327,10 @@ This sets the following coding systems:
o default coding system for subprocess I/O
This also sets the following values:
o default value used as `file-name-coding-system' for converting file names
if CODING-SYSTEM is ASCII-compatible.
if CODING-SYSTEM is ASCII-compatible
o default value for the command `set-terminal-coding-system' (not on MSDOS)
o default value for the command `set-keyboard-coding-system'
if CODING-SYSTEM is ASCII-compatible.."
if CODING-SYSTEM is ASCII-compatible"
(check-coding-system coding-system)
(setq-default buffer-file-coding-system coding-system)
(if (fboundp 'ucs-set-table-for-input)
......@@ -372,7 +372,7 @@ This also sets the following coding systems:
o coding system of a newly created buffer
o default coding system for subprocess I/O
This also sets the following values:
o default value used as `file-name-coding-system' for converting file names.
o default value used as `file-name-coding-system' for converting file names
o default value for the command `set-terminal-coding-system' (not on MSDOS)
o default value for the command `set-keyboard-coding-system'
......@@ -423,16 +423,16 @@ The function `sort-coding-systems' use it.")
(defun sort-coding-systems (codings)
"Sort coding system list CODINGS by a priority of each coding system.
Returns the sorted list. CODINGS is modified by side effects.
Return the sorted list. CODINGS is modified by side effects.
If a coding system is most preferred, it has the highest priority.
Otherwise, a coding system corresponds to some MIME charset has higher
priorities. Among them, a coding system included in `coding-system'
key of the current language environment has higher priorities. See
also the documentation of `language-info-alist'.
Otherwise, coding systems that correspond to MIME charsets have
higher priorities. Among them, a coding system included in the
`coding-system' key of the current language environment has higher
priority. See also the documentation of `language-info-alist'.
If the variable `sort-coding-systems-predicate' (which see) is
non-nil, it is used to sort CODINGS in the different way than above."
non-nil, it is used to sort CODINGS instead."
(if sort-coding-systems-predicate
(sort codings sort-coding-systems-predicate)
(let* ((from-categories (mapcar #'(lambda (x) (symbol-value x))
......@@ -566,7 +566,7 @@ where
COUNT is a number of characters,
CHARs are the characters found from the character set.
Optional 3rd arg MAXCOUNT limits how many CHARs are put in the above list.
Optional 4th arg EXCLUDE is a list of character sets to be ignored.
Optional 4th arg EXCLUDES is a list of character sets to be ignored.
For invalid characters, CHARs are actually strings."
(let ((chars nil)
......@@ -616,8 +616,8 @@ It asks which coding system to check.
If such a character is found, set point after that character.
Otherwise, don't move point.
When called from a program, the value is a position of the found character,
or nil if all characters are encodable."
When called from a program, the value is the position of the unencodable
character found, or nil if all characters are encodable."
(interactive
(list (let ((default (or buffer-file-coding-system 'us-ascii)))
(read-coding-system
......@@ -1295,7 +1295,7 @@ Emacs loads this file at startup time.")
(defvar leim-list-entry-regexp "^(register-input-method"
"Regexp matching head of each entry in LEIM list file.
See also the variable `leim-list-header'")
See also the variable `leim-list-header'.")
(defvar update-leim-list-functions
'(quail-update-leim-list-file)
......@@ -1479,7 +1479,7 @@ When called interactively, the optional arg INTERACTIVE is non-nil,
which marks the variable `default-input-method' as set for Custom buffers.
To deactivate the input method interactively, use \\[toggle-input-method].
To deactivate it programmatically, use \\[inactivate-input-method]."
To deactivate it programmatically, use `inactivate-input-method'."
(interactive
(let* ((default (or (car input-method-history) default-input-method)))
(list (read-input-method-name
......@@ -1648,7 +1648,7 @@ just inactivated.")
"This flag controls when an input method returns.
Usually, the input method does not return while there's a possibility
that it may find a different translation if a user types another key.
But, it this flag is non-nil, the input method returns as soon as
But, if this flag is non-nil, the input method returns as soon as
the current key sequence gets long enough to have some valid translation.")
(defvar input-method-use-echo-area nil
......@@ -1680,7 +1680,7 @@ When this hook is run, the variable `current-language-environment'
is still bound to the language environment being exited.
This hook is mainly used for canceling the effect of
`set-language-environment-hook' (which-see).")
`set-language-environment-hook' (which see).")
(put 'setup-specified-language-environment 'apropos-inhibit t)
......@@ -2015,7 +2015,7 @@ specifies the character set for the major languages of Western Europe."
(set-display-table-and-terminal-coding-system language-name))
(defsubst princ-list (&rest args)
"Print all arguments with `princ', then print \"\n\"."
"Print all arguments with `princ', then print \"\\n\"."
(while args (princ (car args)) (setq args (cdr args)))
(princ "\n"))
......@@ -2345,10 +2345,10 @@ specifies the character set for the major languages of Western Europe."
("wen" . "Latin-2") ; MS Windows Upper Sorbian
))
"Alist of locale regexps vs the corresponding languages and coding systems.
Each element has these form:
Each element has this form:
\(LOCALE-REGEXP LANG-ENV CODING-SYSTEM)
The first element whose LOCALE-REGEXP matches the start of a
downcased locale specifies the LANG-ENV \(language environtment)
downcased locale specifies the LANG-ENV \(language environment)
and CODING-SYSTEM corresponding to that locale. If there is no
appropriate language environment, the element may have this form:
\(LOCALE-REGEXP . LANG-ENV)
......@@ -2372,7 +2372,7 @@ specific encoding such as \"Latin-1\" and \"UTF-8\".")
The first element whose locale regexp matches the start of a downcased locale
specifies the language name whose charset corresponds to that locale.
This language name is used if the locale is not listed in
`locale-language-names'")
`locale-language-names'.")
(defconst locale-preferred-coding-systems
(purecopy
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