Commit 4f7666dc authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Correct names of some C mode indentation commands.

parent 6b46232e
2001-06-01 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* help.el (describe-variable): Put value on same line
with preceding text, if it is short enough to look good that way.
2001-06-01 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@is.elta.co.il>
 
* term/internal.el (IT-unicode-translations): New variable.
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......@@ -125,19 +125,19 @@ interface to Lisp execution. @xref{Executing Lisp}.
Each of the programming language major modes defines the @key{TAB} key
to run an indentation function that knows the indentation conventions of
that language and updates the current line's indentation accordingly.
For example, in C mode @key{TAB} is bound to @code{c-indent-line}.
For example, in C mode @key{TAB} is bound to @code{c-indent-command}.
@kbd{C-j} is normally defined to do @key{RET} followed by @key{TAB};
thus, it too indents in a mode-specific fashion.
@kindex DEL @r{(programming modes)}
@findex backward-delete-char-untabify
In most programming languages, indentation is likely to vary from line to
line. So the major modes for those languages rebind @key{DEL} to treat a
tab as if it were the equivalent number of spaces (using the command
@code{backward-delete-char-untabify}). This makes it possible to rub out
indentation one column at a time without worrying whether it is made up of
spaces or tabs. Use @kbd{C-b C-d} to delete a tab character before point,
in these modes.
@findex c-electric-backspace
In most programming languages, indentation is likely to vary from
line to line. So the major modes for those languages rebind @key{DEL}
to treat a tab as if it were the equivalent number of spaces (using
the command @code{c-electric-backspace}). This makes it possible to
rub out indentation one column at a time without worrying whether it
is made up of spaces or tabs. Use @kbd{C-b C-d} to delete a tab
character before point, in these modes.
Programming language modes define paragraphs to be separated only by
blank lines, so that the paragraph commands remain useful. Auto Fill mode,
......@@ -409,12 +409,12 @@ Equivalent to @key{RET} followed by @key{TAB} (@code{newline-and-indent}).
@end table
@kindex TAB @r{(programming modes)}
@findex c-indent-line
@findex lisp-indent-line
@findex c-indent-command
@findex indent-line-function
The basic indentation command is @key{TAB}, which gives the current line
the correct indentation as determined from the previous lines. The
function that @key{TAB} runs depends on the major mode; it is @code{lisp-indent-line}
in Lisp mode, @code{c-indent-line} in C mode, etc. These functions
function that @key{TAB} runs depends on the major mode; it is @code{indent-for-tab-command}
in Lisp mode, @code{c-indent-command} in C mode, etc. These functions
understand different syntaxes for different languages, but they all do
about the same thing. @key{TAB} in any programming-language major mode
inserts or deletes whitespace at the beginning of the current line,
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