Commit 63c93f7e authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Fix typos and wording in the Emacs manual

* doc/emacs/dired.texi (Marks vs Flags, Hiding Subdirectories):
* doc/emacs/maintaining.texi (Tag Syntax):
* doc/emacs/building.texi (Commands of GUD, Threads Buffer)
(Lisp Libraries):
* doc/emacs/windows.texi (Temporary Displays): Fix typos.
* doc/emacs/files.texi (Backup Copying): Fix wording.  Reported by
Stefan Kamphausen <stefan.kamphausen@acrolinx.com> in
emacs-manual-bugs@gnu.org.
parent 42f15b05
......@@ -649,7 +649,7 @@ Set a breakpoint on the source line that point is on.
buffer, sets a debugger breakpoint on the current source line. This
command is available only after starting GUD@. If you call it in a
buffer that is not associated with any debugger subprocess, it signals
a error.
an error.
@kindex C-x C-a @r{(GUD)}
The following commands are available both in the GUD interaction
......@@ -1096,9 +1096,9 @@ display the corresponding buffer in a new frame.
When you create a buffer showing information about some specific
thread, it becomes bound to that thread and keeps showing actual
information while you debug your program. The mode indicator for each
GDB buffer shows the number of thread it is showing information about.
The thread number is also included in the buffer name of bound
buffers.
GDB buffer shows the number of the thread whose information that
buffer displays. The thread number is also included in the name of
each bound buffer.
Further commands are available in the GDB Threads buffer which
depend on the mode of GDB that is used for controlling execution of
......@@ -1449,7 +1449,7 @@ buffer). To disable this feature, change the variable
@vindex load-dangerous-libraries
@cindex Lisp files byte-compiled by XEmacs
By default, Emacs refuses to load compiled Lisp files which were
compiled with XEmacs, a modified versions of Emacs---they can cause
compiled with XEmacs, a modified version of Emacs---they can cause
Emacs to crash. Set the variable @code{load-dangerous-libraries} to
@code{t} if you want to try loading them.
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......@@ -579,9 +579,10 @@ might be inconsistent with the file on disk if its contents have changed
since it was last visited. If you don't want this, you may wish to
revert the files you have visited in your buffers, or to turn on
the @code{auto-revert} mode in those buffers, before invoking this
command. @xref{Reverting}. If you prefer that this command always revisit
the file, without having to revert the file or enable @code{auto-revert}
mode, you might want to set @code{dired-always-read-filesystem} to non-@code{nil}.
command. @xref{Reverting}. If you prefer that this command always
revisits the file, without having to revert the file or enable
@code{auto-revert} mode, you might want to set
@code{dired-always-read-filesystem} to non-@code{nil}.
@item C-/
@itemx C-x u
......@@ -1173,7 +1174,7 @@ without having to remove the Dired marks on files in those
subdirectories.
@xref{Subdirectories in Dired}, for how to insert a subdirectory
listing, and @pxref{Dired Updating} for how delete it.
listing, and see @ref{Dired Updating}, for how to delete it.
@node Dired Updating
@section Updating the Dired Buffer
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......@@ -694,11 +694,12 @@ Otherwise, renaming is the default choice.
When a file is managed with a version control system (@pxref{Version
Control}), Emacs does not normally make backups in the usual way for
that file. But check-in and check-out are similar in some ways to
making backups. One unfortunate similarity is that these operations
typically break hard links, disconnecting the file name you visited from
any alternate names for the same file. This has nothing to do with
Emacs---the version control system does it.
that file. But @dfn{committing} (a.k.a.@: @dfn{checking in},
@pxref{VCS Concepts}) new versions of files is similar in some ways
to making backups. One unfortunate similarity is that these
operations typically break hard links, disconnecting the file name you
visited from any alternate names for the same file. This has nothing
to do with Emacs---the version control system does it.
@node Customize Save
@subsection Customizing Saving of Files
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......@@ -2203,7 +2203,7 @@ In Ada, the same name can be used for different kinds of entity
(e.g., for a procedure and for a function). Also, for things like
packages, procedures and functions, there is the spec (i.e., the
interface) and the body (i.e., the implementation). To make it
easier to pick the definition you want, Ada tag name have suffixes
easier to pick the definition you want, Ada tag names have suffixes
indicating the type of entity:
@table @samp
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......@@ -465,7 +465,7 @@ bottom of the selected frame, regardless of the number of windows
already shown on that frame.
If you prefer Emacs to display a temporary buffer in a different
fashion, we recommend to customize the variable
fashion, we recommend customizing the variable
@code{display-buffer-alist} (@pxref{Choosing Window,,Choosing a Window
for Display, elisp, The Emacs Lisp Reference Manual}). For example,
to display @file{*Completions*} by splitting a window as described in
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