Commit 58edceeb authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero
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(allout-pre-command-business): Fix docstring.

parent c1f21754
2003-02-24 Ken Manheimer <>
* allout.el (allout-pre-command-business): Fix docstring.
2003-02-24 Ramakrishnan M <> (tiny change)
* language/mlm-util.el (mlm-char-glyph): Fix several composing
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
;; Author: Ken Manheimer <>
;; Maintainer: Ken Manheimer <>
;; Created: Dec 1991 - first release to usenet
;; Version: $Id: allout.el,v 1.38 2002/12/16 01:00:51 rost Exp $||
;; Version: $Id: allout.el,v 1.39 2003/02/04 11:00:03 lektu Exp $||
;; Keywords: outlines mode wp languages
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
......@@ -508,7 +508,7 @@ behavior."
;;;_ : Version
;;;_ = allout-version
(defvar allout-version
(let ((rcs-rev "$Revision: 1.38 $"))
(let ((rcs-rev "$Revision: 1.39 $"))
(condition-case err
(string-match "Revision: \\([0-9]+\\.[0-9]+\\)" rcs-rev)
......@@ -2331,19 +2331,19 @@ are mapped to the command of the corresponding control-key on the
;;;_ > allout-pre-command-business ()
(defun allout-pre-command-business ()
"Outline `pre-command-hook' function for outline buffers.
Implements special behavior when cursor is on bullet char.
Implements special behavior when cursor is on bullet character.
Self-insert characters are reinterpreted control-character references
into the `allout-mode-map'. The `allout-mode' `post-command-hook' will
position a cursor that has moved as a result of such reinterpretation,
on the destination topic's bullet, when the cursor wound up in the
When the cursor is on the bullet character, self-insert characters are
reinterpreted as the corresponding control-character in the
`allout-mode-map'. The `allout-mode' `post-command-hook' insures that
the cursor which has moved as a result of such reinterpretation is
positioned on the bullet character of the destination topic.
The upshot is that you can get easy, single (ie, unmodified) key
outline maneuvering operations by positioning the cursor on the bullet
char. You stay in this mode until you use some regular
cursor-positioning command to relocate the cursor off of a bullet
char. When in this mode you can use regular cursor-positioning
command/keystrokes to relocate the cursor off of a bullet character to
return to regular interpretation of self-insert characters."
(if (not (allout-mode-p))
;; Shouldn't be invoked if not in allout allout-mode, but just in case:
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