Commit 5b598417 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

Fix doc typos

* lisp/simple.el (line-move-ignore-invisible):
* lisp/sort.el (sort-regexp-fields):
* lisp/cedet/ede.el (project-add-file):
* lisp/gnus/message.el (message-bogus-recipient-p):
* lisp/international/mule.el (define-coding-system):
* lisp/progmodes/ebrowse.el (ebrowse-member-buffer-object-menu):
* lisp/progmodes/xscheme.el (xscheme-allow-output-p)
(scheme-interaction-mode, scheme-debugger-mode)
(xscheme-yank-pop, xscheme-yank-push): Doc fixes.
parent 82a16c54
......@@ -998,7 +998,7 @@ Argument PROMPT is the prompt to use when querying the user for a target."
(project-add-file this file))
(cl-defmethod project-add-file ((ot ede-target) _file)
"Add the current buffer into project project target OT.
"Add the current buffer into project target OT.
Argument FILE is the file to add."
(error "add-file not supported by %s" (eieio-object-name ot)))
......
......@@ -1046,7 +1046,7 @@ wildcards, erases the buffer, and builds the subdir-alist anew
;; default-directory and dired-actual-switches must be buffer-local
;; and initialized by now.
(let (dirname
;; This makes readin much much faster.
;; This makes read-in much faster.
;; In particular, it prevents the font lock hook from running
;; until the directory is all read in.
(inhibit-modification-hooks t))
......
......@@ -4346,7 +4346,7 @@ conformance."
RECIPIENTS is a mail header. Return a list of potentially bogus
addresses. If none is found, return nil.
An address might be bogus if if there's a matching entry in
An address might be bogus if there's a matching entry in
`message-bogus-addresses'."
;; FIXME: How about "foo@subdomain", when the MTA adds ".domain.tld"?
(let (found)
......
......@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
;; also be correct, see the documentation for `nnir-namazu-remove-prefix'
;; above.
;;
;; It is particularly important not to pass any any switches to namazu
;; It is particularly important not to pass any switches to namazu
;; that will change the output format. Good switches to use include
;; `--sort', `--ascending', `--early' and `--late'. Refer to the Namazu
;; documentation for further information on valid switches.
......
......@@ -773,7 +773,7 @@ never used by the other charsets.
If it is a list, the elements must be charsets, nil, 94, or 96. GN
can be used by all the listed charsets. If the list contains 94, any
iso-2022 charset whose code-space ranges are 94 long can be designated
to GN. If the list contains 96, any charsets whose whose ranges are
to GN. If the list contains 96, any charsets whose ranges are
96 long can be designated to GN. If the first element is a charset,
that charset is initially designated to GN.
......
......@@ -635,7 +635,7 @@ size, and full-buffer size."
(replace-match " " t t))
(shr--translate-insertion-chars)
(goto-char (point-max)))
;; We may have removed everything we inserted if if was just
;; We may have removed everything we inserted if it was just
;; spaces.
(unless (= font-start (point))
;; Mark all lines that should possibly be folded afterwards.
......
......@@ -2328,7 +2328,7 @@ and runs `compilation-filter-hook'."
(while (,< n 0)
(setq opt pt)
(or (setq pt (,property-change pt 'compilation-message))
;; Handle the case where where the first error message is
;; Handle the case where the first error message is
;; at the start of the buffer, and n < 0.
(if (or (eq (get-text-property ,limit 'compilation-message)
(get-text-property opt 'compilation-message))
......
......@@ -3034,7 +3034,7 @@ the first derived class."
:help "Show the base class of this class"
:active t]
["Down" ebrowse-switch-member-buffer-to-derived-class
:help "Show a derived class class of this class"
:help "Show a derived class of this class"
:active t]
["Next Sibling" ebrowse-switch-member-buffer-to-next-sibling-class
:help "Show the next sibling class"
......
......@@ -1830,7 +1830,7 @@ and source-file directory for your debugger."
;;
;; Type M-n to step over the current line and M-s to step into it. That,
;; along with the JDB 'help' command should get you started. The 'quit'
;; JDB command will get out out of the debugger. There is some truly
;; JDB command will get out of the debugger. There is some truly
;; pathetic JDB documentation available at:
;;
;; http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.1/debugging/
......
......@@ -85,8 +85,7 @@ reading-type received an altmode but nothing else
reading-string reading prompt string")
(defvar-local xscheme-allow-output-p t
"This variable, if nil, prevents output from the scheme process
from being inserted into the process-buffer.")
"Non-nil stops scheme process output being inserted in the process buffer.")
(defvar-local xscheme-prompt ""
"The current scheme prompt string.")
......@@ -300,7 +299,7 @@ With argument, asks for a command line."
(defun scheme-interaction-mode (&optional preserve)
"Major mode for interacting with an inferior MIT Scheme process.
Like scheme-mode except that:
Like `scheme-mode' except that:
\\[xscheme-send-previous-expression] sends the expression before point to the Scheme process as input
\\[xscheme-yank-pop] yanks an expression previously sent to Scheme
......@@ -315,7 +314,7 @@ in the minibuffer. If an error occurs, the process buffer will
automatically pop up to show you the error message.
While the Scheme process is running, the mode lines of all buffers in
scheme-mode are modified to show the state of the process. The
`scheme-mode' are modified to show the state of the process. The
possible states and their meanings are:
input waiting for input
......@@ -353,13 +352,13 @@ Some possible command interpreter types and their meanings are:
Starting with release 6.2 of Scheme, the latter two types of command
interpreters will change the major mode of the Scheme process buffer
to scheme-debugger-mode , in which the evaluation commands are
to `scheme-debugger-mode', in which the evaluation commands are
disabled, and the keys which normally self insert instead send
themselves to the Scheme process. The command character ? will list
the available commands.
For older releases of Scheme, the major mode will be be
scheme-interaction-mode , and the command characters must be sent as
For older releases of Scheme, the major mode will be
`scheme-interaction-mode', and the command characters must be sent as
if they were expressions.
Commands:
......@@ -367,10 +366,8 @@ Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.
Blank lines separate paragraphs. Semicolons start comments.
\\{scheme-interaction-mode-map}
Entry to this mode calls the value of scheme-interaction-mode-hook
with no args, if that value is non-nil.
Likewise with the value of scheme-mode-hook.
scheme-interaction-mode-hook is called after scheme-mode-hook."
Entry to this mode runs `scheme-mode-hook' and then
`scheme-interaction-mode-hook'."
;; FIXME: Use define-derived-mode.
(interactive "P")
(if (not preserve)
......@@ -456,7 +453,7 @@ with no args, if that value is non-nil.
(defun scheme-debugger-mode ()
"Major mode for executing the Scheme debugger.
Like scheme-mode except that the evaluation commands
Like `scheme-mode' except that the evaluation commands
are disabled, and characters that would normally be self inserting are
sent to the Scheme process instead. Typing ? will show you which
characters perform useful functions.
......@@ -593,7 +590,7 @@ See also the commands \\[xscheme-yank-pop] and \\[xscheme-yank-push]."
"Insert or replace a just-yanked expression with an older expression.
If the previous command was not a yank, it yanks.
Otherwise, the region contains a stretch of reinserted
expression. yank-pop deletes that text and inserts in its
expression. `yank-pop' deletes that text and inserts in its
place a different expression.
With no argument, the next older expression is inserted.
......@@ -620,7 +617,7 @@ comes the newest one."
"Insert or replace a just-yanked expression with a more recent expression.
If the previous command was not a yank, it yanks.
Otherwise, the region contains a stretch of reinserted
expression. yank-pop deletes that text and inserts in its
expression. `yank-pop' deletes that text and inserts in its
place a different expression.
With no argument, the next more recent expression is inserted.
......
......@@ -5965,7 +5965,7 @@ Used internally by `line-move-visual'.")
"Non-nil means commands that move by lines ignore invisible newlines.
When this option is non-nil, \\[next-line], \\[previous-line], \\[move-end-of-line], and \\[move-beginning-of-line] behave
as if newlines that are invisible didn't exist, and count
only visible newlines. Thus, moving across across 2 newlines
only visible newlines. Thus, moving across 2 newlines
one of which is invisible will be counted as a one-line move.
Also, a non-nil value causes invisible text to be ignored when
counting columns for the purposes of keeping point in the same
......
......@@ -406,7 +406,7 @@ the sort order."
;;;###autoload
(defun sort-regexp-fields (reverse record-regexp key-regexp beg end)
"Sort the text in the region region lexicographically.
"Sort the text in the region lexicographically.
If called interactively, prompt for two regular expressions,
RECORD-REGEXP and KEY-REGEXP.
......
......@@ -2022,7 +2022,7 @@ commands that are defined in texinfo.tex for printed output.
(push (- end-of-template start-of-template)
texinfo-multitable-width-list)
;; Remove carriage return from within a template, if any.
;; This helps those those who want to use more than
;; This helps those who want to use more than
;; one line's worth of words in @multitable line.
(narrow-to-region start-of-template end-of-template)
(goto-char (point-min))
......
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