Commit 4e07258f authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

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parent 799775ff
......@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ SECTION READERS
man/abbrevs.texi
man/anti.texi
man/basic.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/buffers.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/buffers.texi "Luc Teirlinck" Chong Yidong
man/building.texi "Ted Zlatanov" <tzz@lifelogs.com>
man/calendar.texi Joakim Verona <joakim@verona.se>
man/cmdargs.texi
......@@ -191,9 +191,9 @@ man/dired.texi
man/display.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/emacs.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/entering.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/files.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/files.texi "Luc Teirlinck" Chong Yidong
man/fixit.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/frames.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/frames.texi "Luc Teirlinck" Chong Yidong
man/glossary.texi
man/help.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/indent.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
......@@ -215,9 +215,9 @@ man/rmail.texi
man/screen.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/search.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/sending.texi
man/text.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/text.texi "Luc Teirlinck" Chong Yidong
man/trouble.texi
man/windows.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
man/windows.texi "Luc Teirlinck" Chong Yidong
man/xresources.texi
** Check the Emacs Lisp manual.
......@@ -233,7 +233,7 @@ lispref/abbrevs.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/advice.texi Joakim Verona <joakim@verona.se>
lispref/anti.texi
lispref/backups.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/buffers.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/buffers.texi "Luc Teirlinck" Chong Yidong
lispref/calendar.texi Joakim Verona <joakim@verona.se>
lispref/commands.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/compile.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
......@@ -245,8 +245,8 @@ lispref/edebug.texi
lispref/elisp.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/errors.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/eval.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/files.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/frames.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/files.texi "Luc Teirlinck" Chong Yidong
lispref/frames.texi "Luc Teirlinck" Chong Yidong
lispref/functions.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/hash.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/help.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
......@@ -274,10 +274,10 @@ lispref/streams.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/strings.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/symbols.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/syntax.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/text.texi
lispref/text.texi Chong Yidong
lispref/tips.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/variables.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/windows.texi "Luc Teirlinck"
lispref/windows.texi "Luc Teirlinck" Chong Yidong
Local variables:
......
......@@ -126,22 +126,23 @@ character is used every few digits, making it easier to see byte
boundries etc. For more info, see the documentation of the variable
`calculator-radix-grouping-mode'.
+++
** You can now follow links by clicking Mouse-1 on the link.
Traditionally, Emacs uses a Mouse-1 click to set point and a Mouse-2
click to follow a link, whereas most other applications use a Mouse-1
click for both purposes, depending on whether you click outside or
inside a link. With release 21.4, the behaviour of a Mouse-1 click
has been changed to match this context-sentitive dual behaviour.
inside a link. Now the behavior of a Mouse-1 click has been changed
to match this context-sentitive dual behavior.
Depending on the current mode, a Mouse-2 click in Emacs may do much
more than just follow a link, so the new Mouse-1 behaviour is only
more than just follow a link, so the new Mouse-1 behavior is only
activated for modes which explicitly mark a clickable text as a "link"
(see the new function `mouse-on-link-p' for details). The lisp
(see the new function `mouse-on-link-p' for details). The Lisp
packages that are included in release 21.4 have been adapted to do
this, but external packages may not yet support this. However, there
is no risk in using such packages, as the worst thing that could
happen is that you get the original Mouse-1 behaviour when you click
happen is that you get the original Mouse-1 behavior when you click
on a link, which typically means that you set point where you click.
If you want to get the original Mouse-1 action also inside a link, you
......@@ -152,7 +153,7 @@ you release it).
Dragging the Mouse-1 inside a link still performs the original
drag-mouse-1 action, typically copy the text.
You can customize the new Mouse-1 behaviour via the new user option
You can customize the new Mouse-1 behavior via the new user option
`mouse-1-click-follows-link'.
+++
......@@ -476,7 +477,7 @@ Instead, the newline now "overflows" into the right fringe, and the
cursor will be displayed in the fringe when positioned on that newline.
The new user option 'overflow-newline-into-fringe' may be set to nil to
revert to the old behaviour of continuing such lines.
revert to the old behavior of continuing such lines.
+++
** The buffer boundaries (i.e. first and last line in the buffer) may
......@@ -1538,7 +1539,7 @@ directory listing into a buffer.
** Unexpected yanking of text due to accidental clicking on the mouse
wheel button (typically mouse-2) during wheel scrolling is now avoided.
This behaviour can be customized via the mouse-wheel-click-event and
This behavior can be customized via the mouse-wheel-click-event and
mouse-wheel-inhibit-click-time variables.
+++
......@@ -2370,7 +2371,7 @@ before calling it, if used while defining a macro.
In addition, when ending or calling a macro with C-x e, the macro can
be repeated immediately by typing just the `e'. You can customize
this behaviour via the variable kmacro-call-repeat-key and
this behavior via the variable kmacro-call-repeat-key and
kmacro-call-repeat-with-arg.
Keyboard macros can now be debugged and edited interactively.
......@@ -3152,7 +3153,7 @@ created and can be changed later by `set-process-filter-multibyte'.
buffer is multibyte, the output of the process is at first converted
to multibyte by `string-to-multibyte' then inserted in the buffer.
Previously, it was converted to multibyte by `string-as-multibyte',
which was not compatible with the behaviour of file reading.
which was not compatible with the behavior of file reading.
+++
** New function `string-to-multibyte' converts a unibyte string to a
......@@ -3640,7 +3641,7 @@ elements with the following format:
The `insert-for-yank' function looks for a yank-handler property on
the first character on its string argument (typically the first
element on the kill-ring). If a yank-handler property is found,
the normal behaviour of `insert-for-yank' is modified in various ways:
the normal behavior of `insert-for-yank' is modified in various ways:
When FUNCTION is present and non-nil, it is called instead of `insert'
to insert the string. FUNCTION takes one argument--the object to insert.
......@@ -3728,7 +3729,7 @@ speech synthesis.
On some systems, when emacs reads the output from a subprocess, the
output data is read in very small blocks, potentially resulting in
very poor performance. This behaviour can be remedied to some extent
very poor performance. This behavior can be remedied to some extent
by setting the new variable process-adaptive-read-buffering to a
non-nil value (the default), as it will automatically delay reading
from such processes, to allowing them to produce more output before
......@@ -4242,7 +4243,7 @@ By default `unify-8859-on-encoding-mode' is turned on.
If you want the old behavior, set selection-coding-system to
compound-text, which may be significantly more efficient. Using
compound-text-with-extensions seems to be necessary only for decoding
text from applications under XFree86 4.2, whose behaviour is actually
text from applications under XFree86 4.2, whose behavior is actually
contrary to the compound text specification.
......
......@@ -24,6 +24,9 @@ to the FSF.
It should not generate :require. Or :require in defcustom
should not be recorded in the user's custom-set-variables call.
** The buttons at the top of a custom buffer should not omit
variables whose values are currently hidden.
* Important features:
** Provide user-friendly ways to list all available font families,
......
2005-02-03 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* hi-lock.el (hi-lock-mode): Turning on Hi-Lock turns on Font-Lock.
2005-02-03 Matt Hodges <MPHodges@member.fsf.org>
* faces.el (list-faces-display): Add optional argument.
2005-02-02 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* font-core.el (font-lock-default-function): Handle the rare case where
only font-lock-keywords is set.
2005-02-03 Kenichi Handa <handa@m17n.org>
2005-02-02 Kenichi Handa <handa@m17n.org>
* international/characters.el: Cancel previous change for
I-WITH-DOT-ABOVE and DOTLESS-i.
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2005-01-31 Luc Teirlinck <teirllm@auburn.edu>
2005-02-03 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* windows.texi (Basic Windows): Add cursor-in-non-selected-windows.
Clarify.
(Selecting Windows): Clarify save-selected-window.
(Cyclic Window Ordering): Clarify walk-windows.
(Window Point): Clarify.
(Window Start): Add comment to example.
(Resizing Windows): Add `interactive' specs in examples.
Document fit-window-to-buffer.
* text.texi (User-Level Deletion): just-one-space takes numeric arg.
(Undo, Maintaining Undo): Clarify last change.
(Sorting): In sort-numeric-fields, explain about octal and hex.
Mention sort-numeric-base.
(Format Properties): Add xref for hard newlines.
* frames.texi (Window Frame Parameters): Explain pixel=char on tty.
(Pop-Up Menus): Fix typo.
(Color Names): Explain all types of color names.
Explain color-values on B&W terminal.
(Text Terminal Colors): Explain "rgb values" are lists. Fix arg names.
* files.texi (File Locks): Not supported on MS systems.
(Testing Accessibility): Clarify.
* edebug.texi (Printing in Edebug): Fix edebug-print-circle.
(Coverage Testing): Fix typo.
* commands.texi (Misc Events): Remove stray space.
* buffers.texi (Buffer Names): Clarify generate-new-buffer-name.
(Modification Time): Clarify when visited-file-modtime returns 0.
(The Buffer List): Clarify bury-buffer.
(Killing Buffers): Clarify.
(Indirect Buffers): Add clone-indirect-buffer.
2005-02-02 Matt Hodges <MPHodges@member.fsf.org>
* edebug.texi (Printing in Edebug): Fix default value of
edebug-print-circle.
(Coverage Testing): Fix displayed frequency count data.
2005-02-02 Luc Teirlinck <teirllm@auburn.edu>
* text.texi (Maintaining Undo): Add `undo-outer-limit'.
2005-02-01 Kim F. Storm <storm@cua.dk>
2005-02-02 Kim F. Storm <storm@cua.dk>
* text.texi (Undo) <buffer-undo-list>: Describe `apply' elements.
......
2005-01-31 Luc Teirlinck <teirllm@auburn.edu>
2005-02-03 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* windows.texi (Basic Window): Mention color-change in mode line.
(Change Window): Explain dragging vertical boundaries.
* text.texi (Sentences): Clarify.
(Paragraphs): Explain M-a and blank lines.
(Outline Mode): Clarify text and menu.
(Hard and Soft Newlines): Mention use-hard-newlines.
* frames.texi (Frames): Delete unnecessary mention of Windows.
(Mouse Commands): Likewise. Mention xterm mouse support.
(Clipboard): Clarify.
(Mouse References): Mention use of Mouse-1 for following links.
(Menu Mouse Clicks): Clarify.
(Mode Line Mouse): Clarify.
(Drag and Drop): Rewrite.
* fixit.texi (Spelling): Fix typo.
* files.texi (File Names): Clarify.
(Visiting): Update conditions for use of file dialog. Clarify.
(Saving): Doc d as answer in save-some-buffers.
(Remote Files): Clean up the text.
* dired.texi (Misc Dired Commands): Delete dired-marked-files.
* buffers.texi (Select Buffer): Doc next-buffer and prev-buffer.
(List Buffers): Clarify.
(Several Buffers): Doc T command.
(Buffer Convenience): Clarify menu.
* basic.texi (Undo): Clarify last change.
2005-02-02 Matt Hodges <MPHodges@member.fsf.org>
* fixit.texi (Spelling): Fix typo.
2005-02-01 Luc Teirlinck <teirllm@auburn.edu>
* basic.texi (Undo): Update description of `undo-outer-limit'.
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2005-02-03 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* xterm.c (x_error_quitter): On GCC 3 and up, specify noinline.
* xdisp.c (echo_area_display): Clear echo_message_buffer.
* buffer.c (Fbury_buffer): Doc fix.
2005-02-02 Steven Tamm <steventamm@mac.com>
* macfns.c (unwind_create_frame): Fixing compile error due to
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