Commit 49daa5b1 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Fset_keymap_parent, store_in_keymap): Use CHECK_IMPURE.

(Flookup_key): Doc fix.
(syms_of_keymap) <function-key-map>: Doc fix.
parent d4c6530f
......@@ -396,6 +396,7 @@ Return PARENT. PARENT should be nil or another keymap. */)
if (EQ (XCDR (prev), parent))
XSETCDR (prev, parent);
......@@ -913,6 +914,7 @@ store_in_keymap (keymap, idx, def)
if (NATNUMP (idx) && XFASTINT (idx) < ASIZE (elt))
ASET (elt, XFASTINT (idx), def);
return def;
......@@ -938,6 +940,7 @@ store_in_keymap (keymap, idx, def)
if (EQ (idx, XCAR (elt)))
XSETCDR (elt, def);
return def;
......@@ -955,6 +958,7 @@ store_in_keymap (keymap, idx, def)
/* We have scanned the entire keymap, and not found a binding for
IDX. Let's add one. */
CHECK_IMPURE (insertion_point);
XSETCDR (insertion_point,
Fcons (Fcons (idx, def), XCDR (insertion_point)));
......@@ -1217,7 +1221,7 @@ A number as value means KEY is "too long";
that is, characters or symbols in it except for the last one
fail to be a valid sequence of prefix characters in KEYMAP.
The number is how many characters at the front of KEY
it takes to reach a non-prefix command.
it takes to reach a non-prefix key.
Normally, `lookup-key' ignores bindings for t, which act as default
bindings, used when nothing else in the keymap applies; this makes it
......@@ -3836,9 +3840,9 @@ the same way. The "active" keymaps in each alist are used before
DEFVAR_LISP ("function-key-map", &Vfunction_key_map,
doc: /* Keymap mapping ASCII function key sequences onto their preferred forms.
This allows Emacs to recognize function keys sent from ASCII
terminals at any point in a key sequence.
doc: /* Keymap that translates key sequences to key sequences during input.
This is used mainly for mapping ASCII function key sequences into
real Emacs function key events (symbols).
The `read-key-sequence' function replaces any subsequence bound by
`function-key-map' with its binding. More precisely, when the active
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