Commit 5a36d834 authored by Romain Francoise's avatar Romain Francoise
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* commands.texi (Event Input Misc):

* compile.texi (Eval During Compile):
* internals.texi (Buffer Internals):
* minibuf.texi (Initial Input):
* nonascii.texi (Scanning Charsets):
* numbers.texi (Comparison of Numbers):
* windows.texi (Textual Scrolling, Vertical Scrolling):
Fix various typos.
parent ad8a840d
2006-05-07 Romain Francoise <romain@orebokech.com>
* commands.texi (Event Input Misc):
* compile.texi (Eval During Compile):
* internals.texi (Buffer Internals):
* minibuf.texi (Initial Input):
* nonascii.texi (Scanning Charsets):
* numbers.texi (Comparison of Numbers):
* windows.texi (Textual Scrolling, Vertical Scrolling):
Fix various typos.
2006-05-06 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* hooks.texi (Standard Hooks): Replace inforef to emacs-xtra by
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......@@ -2451,7 +2451,7 @@ If a part of @var{body} binds @code{inhibit-quit} to non-@code{nil},
arrival of input during those parts won't cause an abort until
the end of that part.
If you want to be able to distingish all possible values computed
If you want to be able to distinguish all possible values computed
by @var{body} from both kinds of abort conditions, write the code
like this:
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......@@ -412,7 +412,7 @@ automatically @code{eval-and-compile}, the package is loaded both when
compiling and executing.
@code{autoload} is also effectively @code{eval-and-compile} too. It's
recognised when compiling, so uses of such a function don't produce
recognized when compiling, so uses of such a function don't produce
``not known to be defined'' warnings.
Most uses of @code{eval-and-compile} are fairly sophisticated.
......@@ -456,7 +456,7 @@ used to load it for compiling, but not executing. For example,
The same sort of thing goes for macros or @code{defalias}es defined
locally and only for use within the file. They can be defined while
compiling, but then not needed when executing. This is good for code
that's only a fallback for compability with other versions of Emacs.
that's only a fallback for compatibility with other versions of Emacs.
For example.
@lisp
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......@@ -1019,7 +1019,7 @@ Mode line element that controls the format of the mode line. If this
is @code{nil}, no mode line will be displayed.
@item header_line_format
This field is analoguous to @code{mode_line_format} for the mode
This field is analogous to @code{mode_line_format} for the mode
line displayed at the top of windows.
@item keymap
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......@@ -517,7 +517,7 @@ A history list for arguments that are Lisp expressions to evaluate.
Several of the functions for minibuffer input have an argument called
@var{initial} or @var{initial-contents}. This is a mostly-deprecated
feature for specifiying that the minibuffer should start out with
feature for specifying that the minibuffer should start out with
certain text, instead of empty as usual.
If @var{initial} is a string, the minibuffer starts out containing the
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......@@ -484,7 +484,7 @@ of the text in question.
@defun charset-after &optional pos
This function return the charset of a character in the current buffer
at position @var{pos}. If @var{pos} is omitted or @code{nil}, it
defauls to the current value of point. If @var{pos} is out of range,
defaults to the current value of point. If @var{pos} is out of range,
the value is @code{nil}.
@end defun
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......@@ -322,7 +322,7 @@ returns @code{t} if so, @code{nil} otherwise.
@defun eql value1 value2
This function acts like @code{eq} except when both arguments are
numbers. It compares numbers by type and numberic value, so that
numbers. It compares numbers by type and numeric value, so that
@code{(eql 1.0 1)} returns @code{nil}, but @code{(eql 1.0 1.0)} and
@code{(eql 1 1)} both return @code{t}.
@end defun
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......@@ -1419,7 +1419,7 @@ buffer is different from the buffer that is displayed in the selected
window. @xref{Current Buffer}.
If the window contains a row which is taller than the height of the
window (for example in the presense of a large image), the scroll
window (for example in the presence of a large image), the scroll
functions will adjust the window vscroll to scroll the partially
visible row. To disable this feature, Lisp code may bind the variable
`auto-window-vscroll' to @code{nil} (@pxref{Vertical Scrolling}).
......@@ -1656,7 +1656,7 @@ pixels. In this case, the return value is @var{lines}.
If this variable is non-@code{nil}, the line-move, scroll-up, and
scroll-down functions will automatically modify the window vscroll to
scroll through display rows that are taller that the height of the
window, for example in the presense of large images.
window, for example in the presence of large images.
@end defvar
@node Horizontal Scrolling
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