Commit 4efd38a1 authored by Kenichi Handa's avatar Kenichi Handa

Updated for ps-print.el, ps-mule.el, and ps-bdf.el.

parent 3ad114e5
......@@ -10031,7 +10031,7 @@ Run an inferior Prolog process, input and output via buffer *prolog*." t nil)
;;;### (autoloads nil "ps-bdf" "ps-bdf.el" (14053 44580))
;;;### (autoloads nil "ps-bdf" "ps-bdf.el" (14346 42642))
;;; Generated autoloads from ps-bdf.el
(defvar bdf-directory-list (if (eq system-type (quote ms-dos)) (list (expand-file-name "fonts/bdf" installation-directory)) (quote ("/usr/local/share/emacs/fonts/bdf"))) "\
......@@ -10086,52 +10086,10 @@ Typing \\<ps-run-mode-map>\\[ps-run-goto-error] when the cursor is at the number
;;;### (autoloads (ps-mule-begin-page ps-mule-begin-job ps-mule-initialize
;;;;;; ps-mule-plot-string ps-mule-set-ascii-font ps-mule-prepare-ascii-font
;;;;;; ps-multibyte-buffer) "ps-mule" "ps-mule.el" (14321 64660))
;;;;;; ps-mule-plot-string ps-mule-set-ascii-font ps-mule-prepare-ascii-font)
;;;;;; "ps-mule" "ps-mule.el" (14346 42638))
;;; Generated autoloads from ps-mule.el
(defvar ps-multibyte-buffer nil "\
*Specifies the multi-byte buffer handling.
Valid values are:
nil This is the value to use the default settings which
is by default for printing buffer with only ASCII
and Latin characters. The default setting can be
changed by setting the variable
`ps-mule-font-info-database-default' differently.
The initial value of this variable is
`ps-mule-font-info-database-latin' (which see).
`non-latin-printer' This is the value to use when you have a Japanese
or Korean PostScript printer and want to print
buffer with ASCII, Latin-1, Japanese (JISX0208 and
JISX0201-Kana) and Korean characters. At present,
it was not tested the Korean characters printing.
If you have a korean PostScript printer, please,
test it.
`bdf-font' This is the value to use when you want to print
buffer with BDF fonts. BDF fonts include both latin
and non-latin fonts. BDF (Bitmap Distribution
Format) is a format used for distributing X's font
source file. BDF fonts are included in
`intlfonts-1.1' which is a collection of X11 fonts
for all characters supported by Emacs. In order to
use this value, be sure to have installed
`intlfonts-1.1' and set the variable
`bdf-directory-list' appropriately (see ps-bdf.el for
documentation of this variable).
`bdf-font-except-latin' This is like `bdf-font' except that it is used
PostScript default fonts to print ASCII and Latin-1
characters. This is convenient when you want or
need to use both latin and non-latin characters on
the same buffer. See `ps-font-family',
`ps-header-font-family' and `ps-font-info-database'.
Any other value is treated as nil.")
(autoload (quote ps-mule-prepare-ascii-font) "ps-mule" "\
Setup special ASCII font for STRING.
STRING should contain only ASCII characters." nil nil)
......@@ -10167,12 +10125,12 @@ This checks if all multi-byte characters in the region are printable or not." ni
;;;;;; ps-nb-pages-buffer ps-line-lengths ps-despool ps-spool-region-with-faces
;;;;;; ps-spool-region ps-spool-buffer-with-faces ps-spool-buffer
;;;;;; ps-print-region-with-faces ps-print-region ps-print-buffer-with-faces
;;;;;; ps-print-buffer ps-paper-type) "ps-print" "ps-print.el" (14182
;;;;;; 2743))
;;;;;; ps-print-buffer ps-paper-type) "ps-print" "ps-print.el" (14349
;;;;;; 4603))
;;; Generated autoloads from ps-print.el
(defvar ps-paper-type (quote letter) "\
*Specifies the size of paper to format for.
*Specify the size of paper to format for.
Should be one of the paper types defined in `ps-page-dimensions-database', for
example `letter', `legal' or `a4'.")
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