Commit 50f711e7 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

Fix some duplicate words typos

* lisp/erc/erc.el (erc-hide-current-message-p):
* lisp/progmodes/flymake-proc.el (flymake-proc-diagnostic-type-pred):
* doc/lispref/display.texi (Bidirectional Display, Delayed Warnings):
* doc/lispref/functions.texi (Defining Functions):
* doc/lispref/os.texi (Terminal-Specific):
* doc/misc/sem-user.texi (Analyzer Debug):
* doc/misc/srecode.texi (Special Variables): Fix typos.
parent 8bd9524a
......@@ -207,7 +207,7 @@ longer present.
Tar up the generated html_node/emacs/ and elisp/ directories and update
the files manual/elisp.html_node.tar.gz and emacs.html_node.tar.gz.
Use M-x make-manuals-dist from from admin/admin.el to update the
Use M-x make-manuals-dist from admin/admin.el to update the
manual/texi/ tarfiles.
Add compressed copies of the main info pages from the tarfile to manual/info/.
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......@@ -807,7 +807,7 @@ mechanism can change the variable @code{delayed-warnings-hook}:
@defvar delayed-warnings-hook
This is a normal hook which is run by the Emacs command loop, after
@code{post-command-hook}, in order to to process and display delayed
@code{post-command-hook}, in order to process and display delayed
warnings.
Its default value is a list of two functions:
......@@ -7505,7 +7505,7 @@ and are continued or truncated at the left margin.
@cindex paragraph-separate, and bidirectional display
Where exactly paragraphs start and end, for the purpose of the Emacs
@acronym{UBA} implementation, is determined by the following two
buffer-local variables (note that that @code{paragraph-start} and
buffer-local variables (note that @code{paragraph-start} and
@code{paragraph-separate} have no influence on this). By default both
of these variables are @code{nil}, and paragraphs are bounded by empty
lines, i.e., lines that consist entirely of zero or more whitespace
......
......@@ -712,7 +712,7 @@ the backquote (@pxref{Backquote}), but quotes code and accepts only
@end defmac
@defmac inline-letevals (bindings@dots{}) body@dots{}
This is is similar to @code{let} (@pxref{Local Variables}): it sets up
This is similar to @code{let} (@pxref{Local Variables}): it sets up
local variables as specified by @var{bindings}, and then evaluates
@var{body} with those bindings in effect. Each element of
@var{bindings} should be either a symbol or a list of the form
......
......@@ -514,7 +514,7 @@ On MS-DOS, Emacs sets the @env{TERM} environment variable to @samp{internal}.
@end defopt
@defopt term-file-aliases
This variable is an an association list mapping terminal types to
This variable is an association list mapping terminal types to
their aliases. For example, an element of the form @code{("vt102"
. "vt100")} means to treat a terminal of type @samp{vt102} like one of
type @samp{vt100}.
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......@@ -953,7 +953,7 @@ list, you can use @kbd{M-x semanticdb-find-test-translate-path}.
@xref{Semanticdb search debugging commands}.
If items should be loaded but aren't, or if you see some tables that
have no tags in them, then you you may have an incorrectly-set search
have no tags in them, then you may have an incorrectly-set search
throttle (@pxref{Search Throttle}). For example,
@example
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......@@ -511,7 +511,7 @@ to insert it anywhere in the template search list.
If there are multiple templates with the same context and name, the
template with the highest priority number will be used.
If multiple files have the same priority, then then sort order is
If multiple files have the same priority, then the sort order is
unpredictable. If no template names match, then it doesn't matter.
Example:
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......@@ -1120,7 +1120,7 @@ used as mode elements, and what they do in the display:
the symbol's value is processed as a mode element.
list (whose first element is a string or list or cons cell)
the elements of the list are treated as as mode elements,
the elements of the list are treated as mode elements,
so that the output they generate is concatenated,
list (whose car is a symbol)
......
......@@ -488,7 +488,7 @@ Clears all imenu menus that may be depending on the database."
;;; Which function support
;;
;; The which-function library will display the current function in the
;; mode line. It tries do do this through imenu. With a semantic parsed
;; mode line. It tries to do this through imenu. With a semantic parsed
;; buffer, there is a much more efficient way of doing this.
;; Advise `which-function' so that we optionally use semantic tags
;; instead, and get better stuff.
......
......@@ -2650,9 +2650,9 @@ otherwise `erc-server-announced-name'. SERVER is matched against
"Predicate indicating whether the parsed ERC response PARSED should be hidden.
Messages are always hidden if the message type of PARSED appears in
`erc-hide-list'. Message types that appear in `erc-network-hide-list'
or `erc-channel-hide-list' are are only hidden if the target matches
the network or channel in the list. In addition, messages whose type
`erc-hide-list'. Message types that appear in `erc-network-hide-list'
or `erc-channel-hide-list' are only hidden if the target matches
the network or channel in the list. In addition, messages whose type
is a member of `erc-lurker-hide-list' are hidden if `erc-lurker-p'
returns non-nil."
(let* ((command (erc-response.command parsed))
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......@@ -1117,7 +1117,7 @@ Otherwise, return nil."
;;; Redisplay
;; Redraw all the windows on the screen, starting with the top window.
;; The window used as as marker is WIN, or the selected window if WIN
;; The window used as marker is WIN, or the selected window if WIN
;; is nil. Start every window directly after the end of the previous
;; window, to make sure long lines are displayed correctly.
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......@@ -1720,7 +1720,7 @@ comment at the start of cc-engine.el for more info."
`((c-debug-remove-face beg end 'c-debug-is-sws-face)
(c-debug-remove-face beg end 'c-debug-in-sws-face)))))
;; The type of literal position `end' is in in a `before-change-functions'
;; The type of literal position `end' is in a `before-change-functions'
;; function - one of `c', `c++', `pound', or nil (but NOT `string').
(defvar c-sws-lit-type nil)
;; A cons (START . STOP) of the bounds of the comment or CPP construct
......@@ -2784,7 +2784,7 @@ comment at the start of cc-engine.el for more info."
(setq pos npos)
(setq c-state-nonlit-pos-cache (cons pos c-state-nonlit-pos-cache)))
;; Add one extra element above HERE so as to to avoid the previous
;; Add one extra element above HERE so as to avoid the previous
;; expensive calculation when the next call is close to the current
;; one. This is especially useful when inside a large macro.
(when npos
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......@@ -169,13 +169,13 @@ from compile.el")
"Predicate matching against diagnostic text to detect its type.
Takes a single argument, the diagnostic's text and should return
a value suitable for indexing
`flymake-diagnostic-types-alist' (which see). If the returned
value is nil, a type of `:error' is assumed. For some backward
compatibility, if a non-nil value is returned that that doesn't
`flymake-diagnostic-types-alist' (which see). If the returned
value is nil, a type of `:error' is assumed. For some backward
compatibility, if a non-nil value is returned that doesn't
index that alist, a type of `:warning' is assumed.
Instead of a function, it can also be a string, a regular
expression. A match indicates `:warning' type, otherwise
expression. A match indicates `:warning' type, otherwise
`:error'")
(defun flymake-proc-default-guess (text)
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......@@ -2374,7 +2374,7 @@ file names include non-ASCII characters."
;; sequences are not split between chunks of output of the GDB process
;; due to buffering, and arrive together. Finally, if some string
;; included literal \nnn strings (as opposed to non-ASCII characters
;; converted by by GDB/MI to octal escapes), this decoding will mangle
;; converted by GDB/MI to octal escapes), this decoding will mangle
;; those strings. When/if GDB acquires the ability to not
;; escape-protect non-ASCII characters in its MI output, this kludge
;; should be removed.
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......@@ -1657,8 +1657,8 @@ first arg will be `hif-etc'."
;; The original version of hideif evaluates the macro early and store the
;; final values for the defined macro into the symbol database (aka
;; `hide-ifdef-env'). The evaluation process is "strings -> tokens -> parsed
;; tree -> [value]". (The square bracket refers to what's stored in in our
;; `hide-ifdef-env'). The evaluation process is "strings -> tokens -> parsed
;; tree -> [value]". (The square bracket refers to what's stored in our
;; `hide-ifdef-env'.)
;;
;; This forbids the evaluation of an argumented macro since the parameters
......
......@@ -6125,7 +6125,7 @@ The value is a floating-point number."
(or (null rbot) (= rbot 0)))
nil)
;; If cursor is not in the bottom scroll margin, and the
;; current line is is not too tall, move forward.
;; current line is not too tall, move forward.
((and (or (null this-height) (<= this-height winh))
vpos
(> vpos 0)
......
......@@ -8021,7 +8021,7 @@ parameters of FRAME."
(- (nth 3 outer-edges) (nth 1 outer-edges))
;; Another poor guess.
(frame-pixel-height frame)))
;; The text size of of FRAME. Needed to specify FRAME's
;; The text size of FRAME. Needed to specify FRAME's
;; text size after the root window's body's new sizes have
;; been calculated.
(text-width (frame-text-width frame))
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