Commit 5f76fe28 authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero
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Fix typos in mh-e.

* mh-scan.el (mh-scan-cmd-note-width): Doc fix.
  (mh-scan-format-mh, mh-scan-body-regexp, mh-scan-cur-msg-number-regexp)
  (mh-scan-cur-msg-number-regexp, mh-scan-date-regexp)
  (mh-scan-deleted-msg-regexp, mh-scan-good-msg-regexp)
  (mh-scan-msg-format-regexp, mh-scan-msg-format-string)
  (mh-scan-msg-number-regexp, mh-scan-rcpt-regexp)
  (mh-scan-refiled-msg-regexp, mh-scan-sent-to-me-sender-regexp)
  (mh-scan-subject-regexp, mh-update-scan-format)
  (mh-msg-num-width-to-column): Fix typos in docstrings.
parent 2b8f62e9
2010-03-22 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* mh-scan.el (mh-scan-cmd-note-width): Doc fix.
(mh-scan-format-mh, mh-scan-body-regexp, mh-scan-cur-msg-number-regexp)
(mh-scan-cur-msg-number-regexp, mh-scan-date-regexp)
(mh-scan-deleted-msg-regexp, mh-scan-good-msg-regexp)
(mh-scan-msg-format-regexp, mh-scan-msg-format-string)
(mh-scan-msg-number-regexp, mh-scan-rcpt-regexp)
(mh-scan-refiled-msg-regexp, mh-scan-sent-to-me-sender-regexp)
(mh-scan-subject-regexp, mh-update-scan-format)
(mh-msg-num-width-to-column): Fix typos in docstrings.
2009-12-01 Bill Wohler <wohler@newt.com>
* mh-search.el (mh-mairix-execute-search): Use mh vfolder_format.
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......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@
"%{subject}%<{body}<<%{body}%>")
"*Scan format string for MH.
This string is passed to the scan program via the -format
argument. This format is identical to the default except that
argument. This format is identical to the default except that
additional hints for fontification have been added to the fifth
column (remember that in Emacs, the first column is 0).
......@@ -109,14 +109,14 @@ non-empty Newsgroups: field is present.")
Note that the default setting of `mh-folder-font-lock-keywords'
expects this expression to contain at least one parenthesized
expression which matches the body text as in the default of
\"\\\\(<<\\\\([^\\n]+\\\\)?\\\\)\". If this regular expression is
\"\\\\(<<\\\\([^\\n]+\\\\)?\\\\)\". If this regular expression is
not correct, the body fragment will not be highlighted with the
face `mh-folder-body'.")
(defvar mh-scan-cur-msg-number-regexp "^\\( *[0-9]+\\+\\).*"
"This regular expression matches the current message.
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
default setting of `mh-folder-font-lock-keywords' expects this
expression to contain at least one parenthesized expression which
matches the message number as in the default of
......@@ -125,9 +125,9 @@ matches the message number as in the default of
This expression includes the leading space and current message
marker \"+\" within the parenthesis since it looks better to
highlight these items as well. The highlighting is done with the
face `mh-folder-cur-msg-number'. This regular expression should
be correct as it is needed by non-fontification functions. See
highlight these items as well. The highlighting is done with the
face `mh-folder-cur-msg-number'. This regular expression should
be correct as it is needed by non-fontification functions. See
also `mh-note-cur'.")
(defvar mh-scan-date-regexp "\\([0-9][0-9]/[0-9][0-9]\\)"
......@@ -137,14 +137,14 @@ It must not be anchored to the beginning or the end of the line.
Note that the default setting of `mh-folder-font-lock-keywords'
expects this expression to contain only one parenthesized
expression which matches the date field as in the default of
\"\\\\([0-9][0-9]/[0-9][0-9]\\\\)\"}. If this regular expression
\"\\\\([0-9][0-9]/[0-9][0-9]\\\\)\"}. If this regular expression
is not correct, the date will not be highlighted with the face
`mh-folder-date'.")
(defvar mh-scan-deleted-msg-regexp "^\\( *[0-9]+\\)D"
"This regular expression matches deleted messages.
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
default setting of `mh-folder-font-lock-keywords' expects this
expression to contain at least one parenthesized expression which
matches the message number as in the default of
......@@ -152,15 +152,15 @@ matches the message number as in the default of
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\)D\".
This expression includes the leading space within the parenthesis
since it looks better to highlight it as well. The highlighting
is done with the face `mh-folder-deleted'. This regular
since it looks better to highlight it as well. The highlighting
is done with the face `mh-folder-deleted'. This regular
expression should be correct as it is needed by non-fontification
functions. See also `mh-note-deleted'.")
functions. See also `mh-note-deleted'.")
(defvar mh-scan-good-msg-regexp "^\\( *[0-9]+\\)[^D^0-9]"
"This regular expression matches \"good\" messages.
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
default setting of `mh-folder-font-lock-keywords' expects this
expression to contain at least one parenthesized expression which
matches the message number as in the default of
......@@ -168,8 +168,8 @@ matches the message number as in the default of
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\)[^D^0-9]\".
This expression includes the leading space within the parenthesis
since it looks better to highlight it as well. The highlighting
is done with the face `mh-folder-msg-number'. This regular
since it looks better to highlight it as well. The highlighting
is done with the face `mh-folder-msg-number'. This regular
expression should be correct as it is needed by non-fontification
functions.")
......@@ -177,21 +177,21 @@ functions.")
"This regular expression finds the message number width in a scan format.
Note that the message number must be placed in a parenthesized
expression as in the default of \"%\\\\([0-9]*\\\\)(msg)\". This
expression as in the default of \"%\\\\([0-9]*\\\\)(msg)\". This
variable is only consulted if `mh-scan-format-file' is set to
\"Use MH-E scan Format\".")
(defvar mh-scan-msg-format-string "%d"
"This is a format string for width of the message number in a scan format.
Use \"0%d\" for zero-filled message numbers. This variable is only
Use \"0%d\" for zero-filled message numbers. This variable is only
consulted if `mh-scan-format-file' is set to \"Use MH-E scan
Format\".")
(defvar mh-scan-msg-number-regexp "^ *\\([0-9]+\\)"
"This regular expression extracts the message number.
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
message number must be placed in a parenthesized expression as in
the default of \"^ *\\\\([0-9]+\\\\)\".")
......@@ -211,9 +211,9 @@ message number within the expression as in the default of
Note that the default setting of `mh-folder-font-lock-keywords'
expects this expression to contain two parenthesized expressions.
The first is expected to match the \"To:\" that the default scan
format file generates. The second is expected to match the
format file generates. The second is expected to match the
recipient's name as in the default of
\"\\\\(To:\\\\)\\\\(..............\\\\)\". If this regular
\"\\\\(To:\\\\)\\\\(..............\\\\)\". If this regular
expression is not correct, the \"To:\" string will not be
highlighted with the face `mh-folder-to' and the recipient will
not be highlighted with the face `mh-folder-address'")
......@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ not be highlighted with the face `mh-folder-address'")
(defvar mh-scan-refiled-msg-regexp "^\\( *[0-9]+\\)\\^"
"This regular expression matches refiled messages.
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
default setting of `mh-folder-font-lock-keywords' expects this
expression to contain at least one parenthesized expression which
matches the message number as in the default of
......@@ -229,10 +229,10 @@ matches the message number as in the default of
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\)\\\\^\".
This expression includes the leading space within the parenthesis
since it looks better to highlight it as well. The highlighting
is done with the face `mh-folder-refiled'. This regular
since it looks better to highlight it as well. The highlighting
is done with the face `mh-folder-refiled'. This regular
expression should be correct as it is needed by non-fontification
functions. See also `mh-note-refiled'.")
functions. See also `mh-note-refiled'.")
(defvar mh-scan-sent-to-me-sender-regexp
"^ *[0-9]+.\\([bct]\\).....[ ]*\\(..................\\)"
......@@ -240,7 +240,7 @@ functions. See also `mh-note-refiled'.")
Note that the default setting of `mh-folder-font-lock-keywords'
expects this expression to contain at least two parenthesized
expressions. The first should match the fontification hint (see
expressions. The first should match the fontification hint (see
`mh-scan-format-nmh') and the second should match the user name
as in the default of
......@@ -255,15 +255,15 @@ highlighted with the face `mh-folder-sent-to-me-sender'.")
"^ *[0-9]+........[ ]*...................\\([Rr][Ee]\\(\\[[0-9]+\\]\\)?:\\s-*\\)*\\([^<\n]*\\)"
"This regular expression matches the subject.
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the
default setting of `mh-folder-font-lock-keywords' expects this
expression to contain at least three parenthesized expressions.
The first is expected to match the \"Re:\" string, if any, and is
highlighted with the face `mh-folder-followup'. The second
highlighted with the face `mh-folder-followup'. The second
matches an optional bracketed number after \"Re:\", such as in
\"Re[2]:\" (and is thus a sub-expression of the first expression)
and the third is expected to match the subject line itself which
is highlighted with the face `mh-folder-subject'. For example,
is highlighted with the face `mh-folder-subject'. For example,
the default (broken on multiple lines for readability) is
^ *[0-9]+........[ ]*...................
......@@ -296,9 +296,9 @@ Note that columns in Emacs start with 0.")
(defvar mh-scan-cmd-note-width 1
"Number of columns consumed by the cmd-note field in `mh-scan-format'.
This column will have one of the values: \" \", \"D\", \"^\", \"+\" and
where \" \" is the default value,
This column will have one of the values: \" \", \"D\", \"^\", \"+\", where
\" \" is the default value,
\"D\" is the `mh-note-deleted' character,
\"^\" is the `mh-note-refiled' character, and
\"+\" is the `mh-note-cur' character.")
......@@ -434,7 +434,7 @@ Note that columns in Emacs start with 0."
"Return a scan format with the (msg) width in the FMT replaced with WIDTH.
The message number width portion of the format is discovered
using `mh-scan-msg-format-regexp'. Its replacement is controlled
using `mh-scan-msg-format-regexp'. Its replacement is controlled
with `mh-scan-msg-format-string'."
(or (and
(string-match mh-scan-msg-format-regexp fmt)
......@@ -469,7 +469,7 @@ Note that columns in Emacs start with 0.
If `mh-scan-format-file' is set to \"Use MH-E scan Format\" this
means that either `mh-scan-format-mh' or `mh-scan-format-nmh' are
in use. This function therefore assumes that the first column is
in use. This function therefore assumes that the first column is
empty (to provide room for the cursor), the following WIDTH
columns contain the message number, and the column for notations
comes after that."
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