Commit 6158b3b0 authored by Jim Blandy's avatar Jim Blandy
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* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): Doc fix for buffer-display-table.

	* buffer.c (Fmake_overlay, Fmove_overlay): New optional BUFFER
	arguments.
	(recenter_overlay_lists): New argument BUF, to use instead of the
	current buffer.
	(Foverlay_recenter): Pass the appropriate arguments to
	recenter_overlay_lists.

	* buffer.c (Fdelete_overlay): Don't assume that overlay is in the
	current buffer.  Don't forget to declare the argument a Lisp_Object.
parent d620fb0c
......@@ -2057,14 +2057,17 @@ Automatically becomes buffer-local when set in any fashion.");
Automatically becomes buffer-local when set in any fashion.\n\
The display table is a vector created with `make-display-table'.\n\
The first 256 elements control how to display each possible text character.\n\
The value should be a \"rope\" (see `make-rope') or nil;\n\
Each value should be a vector of characters or nil;\n\
nil means display the character in the default fashion.\n\
The remaining five elements are ropes that control the display of\n\
the end of a truncated screen line (element 256);\n\
the end of a continued line (element 257);\n\
the escape character used to display character codes in octal (element 258);\n\
the character used as an arrow for control characters (element 259);\n\
the decoration indicating the presence of invisible lines (element 260).\n\
The remaining five elements control the display of\n\
the end of a truncated screen line (element 256, a single character);\n\
the end of a continued line (element 257, a single character);\n\
the escape character used to display character codes in octal\n\
(element 258, a single character);\n\
the character used as an arrow for control characters (element 259,\n\
a single character);\n\
the decoration indicating the presence of invisible lines (element 260,\n\
a vector of characters).\n\
If this variable is nil, the value of `standard-display-table' is used.\n\
Each window can have its own, overriding display table.");
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