Commit 53eced6d authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Use @code{} in menus when appropriate, rather than `'

Eg it looks better in html output, where it gets converted to italic.

* doc/emacs/dired.texi, doc/emacs/emacs.texi:
* doc/misc/cl.texi: Use @code{} in menus when appropriate, rather than `'.
parent 9e6b87a6
2012-02-29 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* dired.texi, emacs.texi: Use @code{} in menus when appropriate.
2012-02-28 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* custom.texi, display.texi, emacs.texi, files.texi:
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......@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ you to operate on the listed files. @xref{Directories}.
either one file or several files.
* Shell Commands in Dired:: Running a shell command on the marked files.
* Transforming File Names:: Using patterns to rename multiple files.
* Comparison in Dired:: Running `diff' by way of Dired.
* Comparison in Dired:: Running @code{diff} by way of Dired.
* Subdirectories in Dired:: Adding subdirectories to the Dired buffer.
@ifnottex
* Subdir Switches:: Subdirectory switches in Dired.
......@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ you to operate on the listed files. @xref{Directories}.
* Subdirectory Motion:: Moving across subdirectories, and up and down.
* Hiding Subdirectories:: Making subdirectories visible or invisible.
* Updating: Dired Updating. Discarding lines for files of no interest.
* Find: Dired and Find. Using `find' to choose the files for Dired.
* Find: Dired and Find. Using @code{find} to choose the files for Dired.
* Wdired:: Operating on files by editing the Dired buffer.
* Image-Dired:: Viewing image thumbnails in Dired.
* Misc: Misc Dired Features. Various other features.
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......@@ -882,7 +882,7 @@ Dired, the Directory Editor
either one file or several files.
* Shell Commands in Dired:: Running a shell command on the marked files.
* Transforming File Names:: Using patterns to rename multiple files.
* Comparison in Dired:: Running `diff' by way of Dired.
* Comparison in Dired:: Running @code{diff} by way of Dired.
* Subdirectories in Dired:: Adding subdirectories to the Dired buffer.
@ifnottex
* Subdir Switches:: Subdirectory switches in Dired.
......@@ -890,7 +890,7 @@ Dired, the Directory Editor
* Subdirectory Motion:: Moving across subdirectories, and up and down.
* Hiding Subdirectories:: Making subdirectories visible or invisible.
* Dired Updating:: Discarding lines for files of no interest.
* Dired and Find:: Using `find' to choose the files for Dired.
* Dired and Find:: Using @code{find} to choose the files for Dired.
* Wdired:: Operating on files by editing the Dired buffer.
* Image-Dired:: Viewing image thumbnails in Dired.
* Misc Dired Features:: Various other features.
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2012-02-29 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* cl.texi: Use @code{} in menus when appropriate.
2012-02-28 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* calc.texi, cc-mode.texi, cl.texi, ebrowse.texi, ediff.texi:
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......@@ -60,17 +60,17 @@ does assume a basic familiarity with Emacs Lisp.
@menu
* Overview:: Installation, usage, etc.
* Program Structure:: Arglists, `eval-when', `defalias'
* Predicates:: `typep' and `equalp'
* Control Structure:: `setf', `do', `loop', etc.
* Macros:: Destructuring, `define-compiler-macro'
* Declarations:: `proclaim', `declare', etc.
* Symbols:: Property lists, `gensym'
* Program Structure:: Arglists, @code{eval-when}, @code{defalias}
* Predicates:: @code{typep} and @code{equalp}
* Control Structure:: @code{setf}, @code{do}, @code{loop}, etc.
* Macros:: Destructuring, @code{define-compiler-macro}
* Declarations:: @code{proclaim}, @code{declare}, etc.
* Symbols:: Property lists, @code{gensym}
* Numbers:: Predicates, functions, random numbers
* Sequences:: Mapping, functions, searching, sorting
* Lists:: `caddr', `sublis', `member*', `assoc*', etc.
* Structures:: `defstruct'
* Assertions:: `check-type', `assert', `ignore-errors'.
* Lists:: @code{caddr}, @code{sublis}, @code{member*}, @code{assoc*}, etc.
* Structures:: @code{defstruct}
* Assertions:: @code{check-type}, @code{assert}, @code{ignore-errors}.
* Efficiency Concerns:: Hints and techniques
* Common Lisp Compatibility:: All known differences with Steele
......@@ -293,8 +293,8 @@ do with programs as a whole: advanced argument lists for functions,
and the @code{eval-when} construct.
@menu
* Argument Lists:: `&key', `&aux', `defun*', `defmacro*'.
* Time of Evaluation:: The `eval-when' construct.
* Argument Lists:: @code{&key}, @code{&aux}, @code{defun*}, @code{defmacro*}.
* Time of Evaluation:: The @code{eval-when} construct.
@end menu
@iftex
......@@ -683,8 +683,8 @@ This section describes functions for testing whether various
facts are true or false.
@menu
* Type Predicates:: `typep', `deftype', and `coerce'
* Equality Predicates:: `equalp'
* Type Predicates:: @code{typep}, @code{deftype}, and @code{coerce}
* Equality Predicates:: @code{equalp}
@end menu
@node Type Predicates, Equality Predicates, Predicates, Predicates
......@@ -858,14 +858,14 @@ various advanced control structures, including the powerful
constructs.
@menu
* Assignment:: The `psetq' form
* Generalized Variables:: `setf', `incf', `push', etc.
* Variable Bindings:: `progv', `lexical-let', `flet', `macrolet'
* Conditionals:: `case', `typecase'
* Blocks and Exits:: `block', `return', `return-from'
* Iteration:: `do', `dotimes', `dolist', `do-symbols'
* Loop Facility:: The Common Lisp `loop' macro
* Multiple Values:: `values', `multiple-value-bind', etc.
* Assignment:: The @code{psetq} form
* Generalized Variables:: @code{setf}, @code{incf}, @code{push}, etc.
* Variable Bindings:: @code{progv}, @code{lexical-let}, @code{flet}, @code{macrolet}
* Conditionals:: @code{case}, @code{typecase}
* Blocks and Exits:: @code{block}, @code{return}, @code{return-from}
* Iteration:: @code{do}, @code{dotimes}, @code{dolist}, @code{do-symbols}
* Loop Facility:: The Common Lisp @code{loop} macro
* Multiple Values:: @code{values}, @code{multiple-value-bind}, etc.
@end menu
@node Assignment, Generalized Variables, Control Structure, Control Structure
......@@ -929,9 +929,9 @@ Just as certain forms like @code{a[i]} can be lvalues in C, there
is a set of forms that can be generalized variables in Lisp.
@menu
* Basic Setf:: `setf' and place forms
* Modify Macros:: `incf', `push', `rotatef', `letf', `callf', etc.
* Customizing Setf:: `define-modify-macro', `defsetf', `define-setf-method'
* Basic Setf:: @code{setf} and place forms
* Modify Macros:: @code{incf}, @code{push}, @code{rotatef}, @code{letf}, @code{callf}, etc.
* Customizing Setf:: @code{define-modify-macro}, @code{defsetf}, @code{define-setf-method}
@end menu
@node Basic Setf, Modify Macros, Generalized Variables, Generalized Variables
......@@ -1540,10 +1540,10 @@ analogous to Lisp's built-in @code{let} form.
are also related to variable bindings.
@menu
* Dynamic Bindings:: The `progv' form
* Lexical Bindings:: `lexical-let' and lexical closures
* Function Bindings:: `flet' and `labels'
* Macro Bindings:: `macrolet' and `symbol-macrolet'
* Dynamic Bindings:: The @code{progv} form
* Lexical Bindings:: @code{lexical-let} and lexical closures
* Function Bindings:: @code{flet} and @code{labels}
* Macro Bindings:: @code{macrolet} and @code{symbol-macrolet}
@end menu
@node Dynamic Bindings, Lexical Bindings, Variable Bindings, Variable Bindings
......@@ -2140,12 +2140,12 @@ construct called the ``Loop Facility'' or ``@code{loop} macro,''
with an easy-to-use but very powerful and expressive syntax.
@menu
* Loop Basics:: `loop' macro, basic clause structure
* Loop Examples:: Working examples of `loop' macro
* For Clauses:: Clauses introduced by `for' or `as'
* Iteration Clauses:: `repeat', `while', `thereis', etc.
* Accumulation Clauses:: `collect', `sum', `maximize', etc.
* Other Clauses:: `with', `if', `initially', `finally'
* Loop Basics:: @code{loop} macro, basic clause structure
* Loop Examples:: Working examples of @code{loop} macro
* For Clauses:: Clauses introduced by @code{for} or @code{as}
* Iteration Clauses:: @code{repeat}, @code{while}, @code{thereis}, etc.
* Accumulation Clauses:: @code{collect}, @code{sum}, @code{maximize}, etc.
* Other Clauses:: @code{with}, @code{if}, @code{initially}, @code{finally}
@end menu
@node Loop Basics, Loop Examples, Loop Facility, Loop Facility
......@@ -3184,8 +3184,8 @@ This package defines several symbol-related features that were
missing from Emacs Lisp.
@menu
* Property Lists:: `get*', `remprop', `getf', `remf'
* Creating Symbols:: `gensym', `gentemp'
* Property Lists:: @code{get*}, @code{remprop}, @code{getf}, @code{remf}
* Creating Symbols:: @code{gensym}, @code{gentemp}
@end menu
@node Property Lists, Creating Symbols, Symbols, Symbols
......@@ -3330,10 +3330,10 @@ This section defines a few simple Common Lisp operations on numbers
which were left out of Emacs Lisp.
@menu
* Predicates on Numbers:: `plusp', `oddp', `floatp-safe', etc.
* Numerical Functions:: `abs', `floor*', etc.
* Random Numbers:: `random*', `make-random-state'
* Implementation Parameters:: `most-positive-float'
* Predicates on Numbers:: @code{plusp}, @code{oddp}, @code{floatp-safe}, etc.
* Numerical Functions:: @code{abs}, @code{floor*}, etc.
* Random Numbers:: @code{random*}, @code{make-random-state}
* Implementation Parameters:: @code{most-positive-float}
@end menu
@iftex
......@@ -3630,10 +3630,10 @@ Emacs Lisp includes a few of these, notably @code{elt} and
@menu
* Sequence Basics:: Arguments shared by all sequence functions
* Mapping over Sequences:: `mapcar*', `mapcan', `map', `every', etc.
* Sequence Functions:: `subseq', `remove*', `substitute', etc.
* Searching Sequences:: `find', `position', `count', `search', etc.
* Sorting Sequences:: `sort*', `stable-sort', `merge'
* Mapping over Sequences:: @code{mapcar*}, @code{mapcan}, @code{map}, @code{every}, etc.
* Sequence Functions:: @code{subseq}, @code{remove*}, @code{substitute}, etc.
* Searching Sequences:: @code{find}, @code{position}, @code{count}, @code{search}, etc.
* Sorting Sequences:: @code{sort*}, @code{stable-sort}, @code{merge}
@end menu
@node Sequence Basics, Mapping over Sequences, Sequences, Sequences
......@@ -4113,10 +4113,10 @@ a merged sequence which is (stably) sorted according to
The functions described here operate on lists.
@menu
* List Functions:: `caddr', `first', `list*', etc.
* Substitution of Expressions:: `subst', `sublis', etc.
* Lists as Sets:: `member*', `adjoin', `union', etc.
* Association Lists:: `assoc*', `rassoc*', `acons', `pairlis'
* List Functions:: @code{caddr}, @code{first}, @code{list*}, etc.
* Substitution of Expressions:: @code{subst}, @code{sublis}, etc.
* Lists as Sets:: @code{member*}, @code{adjoin}, @code{union}, etc.
* Association Lists:: @code{assoc*}, @code{rassoc*}, @code{acons}, @code{pairlis}
@end menu
@node List Functions, Substitution of Expressions, Lists, Lists
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