Commit 661b90d8 authored by Stephen Berman's avatar Stephen Berman

* todo-mode.texi (Levels of Organization): Comment out statement

that Emacs recognizes todo files by their extension, since this
feature has been removed due to bug#17482.
parent 95fab4ba
2014-07-04 Stephen Berman <stephen.berman@gmx.net>
* todo-mode.texi (Levels of Organization): Comment out statement
that Emacs recognizes todo files by their extension, since this
feature has been removed due to bug#17482.
2014-06-29 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* info.texi, mh-e.texi: "Online help" doesn't mean what it
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......@@ -158,11 +158,10 @@ you want.
All todo files reside in a single directory, whose location is specified
by the user option @code{todo-directory}. This directory may also
contain other types of Todo files, which are discussed later
(@pxref{Todo Archive Mode} and @ref{Todo Filtered Items Mode}). Emacs
recognizes Todo files by their extension, so when you visit the files
the buffer is in the appropriate mode and the current category is
correctly displayed.
(@pxref{Todo Archive Mode} and @ref{Todo Filtered Items Mode}).
@c Emacs recognizes Todo files by their extension, so when you visit
@c the files the buffer is in the appropriate mode and the current
@c category is correctly displayed.
When you use a Todo mode command to create a todo file, the extension
@samp{.todo} is automatically added to the base name you choose (as a
rule, this name is also used for the other types of Todo files, which
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