Commit 6772c8e1 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

American English spelling fix.

parent 04bf5b65
......@@ -151,7 +151,7 @@ etc/emacs.csh
enough to not need license.
etc/future-bug
- doesn't need a humourless disclaimer, because Karl Fogel says we
- doesn't need a humorless disclaimer, because Karl Fogel says we
can consider it part of Emacs, and he has a blanker disclaimer for
Emacs changes. (email to rgm "[Emacs-commit] emacs/etc future-bug",
2007028)
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......@@ -12766,7 +12766,7 @@ Displayed when the signature has been hidden in the Article buffer.
Displayed when Gnus has treated overstrike characters in the article buffer.
@item e
Displayed when Gnus has treated emphasised strings in the article buffer.
Displayed when Gnus has treated emphasized strings in the article buffer.
@end table
......@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ network are equivalent. Some networks use a round-robin system where a
single server redirects new connections to a random server in the
network. @code{irc.freenode.net} is such a server for the Freenode
network. Freenode provides the network ``for the Free and Open Source
Software communities, for not-for-profit organisations and for related
Software communities, for not-for-profit organizations and for related
communities and organizations.''
@cindex port, connecting
......@@ -890,7 +890,7 @@ because @code{defun-rcirc-command} is not yet available, and without
If you're chatting from a laptop, then you might be familiar with this
problem: When your laptop falls asleep and wakes up later, your IRC
client doesn't realise that it has been disconnected. It takes several
client doesn't realize that it has been disconnected. It takes several
minutes until the client decides that the connection has in fact been
lost. The simple solution is to use @kbd{M-x rcirc}. The problem is
that this opens an @emph{additional} connection, so you'll have two
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......@@ -1880,7 +1880,7 @@
2005-10-25 Nick Roberts <nickrob@snap.net.nz>
* images/gud/until.xpm: Colour correction.
* images/gud/until.xpm: Color correction.
2005-10-23 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
......@@ -2728,7 +2728,7 @@
2003-04-01 Dave Love <fx@gnu.org>
* letter.xpm: Use transparent/opaque `colours'.
* letter.xpm: Use transparent/opaque `colors'.
* letter.xbm: Deleted.
......
......@@ -1953,7 +1953,7 @@ A new user option Man-fontify-manpage-flag disables fontification
window system is used. Two new user options Man-overstrike-face
(default 'bold) and Man-underline-face (default 'underline) can be set
to the preferred faces to be used for the words that man overstrikes
and underlines. Useful for those who like coloured man pages.
and underlines. Useful for those who like colored man pages.
Two new interactive functions are provided: Man-cleanup-manpage and
Man-fontify-manpage. Both can be used on a buffer that contains the
......
......@@ -526,8 +526,8 @@ when the body only calls primitives.
probably in separate manual.
** Convert the XPM bitmaps to PPM, replace the PBMs with them and scrap
the XPMs so that the colour versions work generally. (Requires care
with the colour used for the transparent regions.)
the XPMs so that the color versions work generally. (Requires care
with the color used for the transparent regions.)
** Convenient access to the `values' variable. It would be nice to have an
interface that would show you the printed reps of the elements of the
......
......@@ -739,7 +739,7 @@ \section{Exporting and Publishing}
%\key{turn on/off fixed width sections}{::t}
%\key{turn on/off tables}{|:t}
%\key{turn on/off \TeX\ syntax for sub/super-scripts}{\^{}:t}
%\key{turn on/off emphasised text}{*:nil}
%\key{turn on/off emphasized text}{*:nil}
%\key{turn on/off \TeX\ macros}{TeX:t}
{\bf Comments: Text not being exported}
......
......@@ -1257,7 +1257,7 @@ pcvt50w|dec vt220 emulation with 50 lines and 132 cols:\
:co#132:li#50:\
:is=\E[1;50r\E[50;1H:tc=pcvtXX:
# Terminfo entries to enable the use of the ncurses library in colour on a
# Terminfo entries to enable the use of the ncurses library in color on a
# NetBSD-arm32 console (only tested on a RiscPC).
# Created by Dave Millen <dmill@globalnet.co.uk> 22.07.98
# modified codes for setf/setb to setaf/setab, then to klone+color, corrected
......@@ -4973,7 +4973,7 @@ tvi803|televideo 803:\
# U send ^J
# D send ^V
#
# S2 7 Screen colour
# S2 7 Screen color
# U green on black
# D black on green
#
......@@ -5024,7 +5024,7 @@ tvi910|televideo model 910:\
# S2 4 Edit mode (U = local, D = duplex)
# S2 5 Cursor type (U = underline, D = block)
# S2 6 Cursor down key (U = send ^J, D = send ^V)
# S2 7 Screen colour (U = green on black, D = black on green)
# S2 7 Screen color (U = green on black, D = black on green)
# S2 8 DSR status (pin 6) (U = disconnected, D = connected)
# S2 9 DCD status (pin 8) (U = disconnected, D = connected)
# S2 10 DTR status (pin 20) (U = disconnected, D = connected)
......@@ -11023,7 +11023,7 @@ infoton:\
#ESC D F set full duplex
#ESC D H set half duplex
#ESC E line insert
#ESC F p1 p2 set page colour (p1 = f/grnd, p2 = b/grnd)
#ESC F p1 p2 set page color (p1 = f/grnd, p2 = b/grnd)
# 0 = black, 1 = red, 2 = green, 3 = yellow
# 4 = blue, 5 = magenta, 6 = cyan, 7 = white
#ESC G n set serial field attribute (n = 30h - 3Fh)
......@@ -11090,8 +11090,8 @@ infoton:\
# = = reverse underline blank
# > = reverse underline blink
# ? = reverse underline blink blank
# p2, p3: f/grnd, b/grnd colour
# (see ESC F for colours)
# p2, p3: f/grnd, b/grnd color
# (see ESC F for colors)
# use ZZ for mono, eg.
# ESC [ 0 Z Z for normal
# ESC [ 4 Z Z for inverse etc.
......@@ -11105,7 +11105,7 @@ infoton:\
# n = 0 normal (KDS7372) mode
# n = 1 Wordstar mode
#
#ESC b set foreground colour screen
#ESC b set foreground color screen
#
#ESC c n enter self-test mode:
# n = 0 exit self test mode
......@@ -11119,7 +11119,7 @@ infoton:\
# n = 8 graphics memory test
# n = 9 display all 'E'
# n = : display all 'H'
#ESC d set background colour screen
#ESC d set background color screen
#
#ESC e n program insert char (n = insert char)
#ESC f text CR load user status line with 'text'
......@@ -12282,7 +12282,7 @@ pe7000m|perkin elmer 7000 series monochrome monitor:\
:k7=\E!^G:k8=\E!^H:k9=\E!^I:k;=\E!^J:kb=^H:kd=\E!U:kh=\E!S:\
:kl=\E!V:kr=\E!W:ku=\E!T:le=\ED:ll=\ES7\s:nd=\EC:sf=^J:\
:sr=\ER:up=\EA:
pe7000c|perkin elmer 7000 series colour monitor:\
pe7000c|perkin elmer 7000 series color monitor:\
:i1=\E!\0\EW 7o\Egf\Eb0\Ec7\ES7\s:se=\Eb0:so=\Eb2:\
:ue=\E!\0:us=\E!\s:tc=pe7000m:
......@@ -13981,7 +13981,7 @@ mai|basic4|MAI Basic Four in ansi mode:\
# Mikrocomputer GmbH" in Munster, Germany (the company still exists today,
# about 1,5 km from where I live, but doesn't build own computers any
# more). A Basis 108 featured a really heavy (cast aluminum?) case, was
# equipped with one or two 5.25" disk drives, had a monochrome and colour
# equipped with one or two 5.25" disk drives, had a monochrome and color
# video output for a TV set or a dedicated monitor and several slots for
# Apple II cards. Basis 108 were quite popular at german schools before
# the advent of the IBM PC. They run, for example, the UCSD Pascal
......@@ -14219,7 +14219,7 @@ bg1.25|bbn bitgraph 1.25:\
# Typical firmware identification F5 "etat 6":
# P287.02.04b (AZERTY)
# P297.11.04 (24-pin: 2732) or P798.11.04 (28-pin: 2764)
# P298.03.03 (monochrome) or P374.03.02 (colour)
# P298.03.03 (monochrome) or P374.03.02 (color)
#
# SM SDP mode (VIP command): ^[[?=h
# RIS (erases screen): ^[c
......@@ -14289,7 +14289,7 @@ dku7102-old|BULL Questar 200 DKU7102 (microcode version < 6):\
:AL@:DL@:al@:ce=\E[K\E[m:cl=\E[2J\E[H:cm@:dl@:\
:ds=\EPY99\:98\E\\\E[0;98v\E[2J\E[H\E[v:\
:ts=\EPY99\:98\E\\\E[0;98v\E[H\E[2;7m:tc=tws-generic:
dku7202|BULL Questar 200 DKU7202 (colour/character attributes):\
dku7202|BULL Questar 200 DKU7202 (color/character attributes):\
:i2=\E[?3h\Eb:mb=\E[0;2;4m:mh=\E[0;5m:so=\E[0;4;5;7m:\
:ta=^I:us=\E[0;2m:tc=tws-generic:
......@@ -14874,7 +14874,7 @@ ddr|rebus3180|ddr3180|Rebus/DDR 3180 vt100 emulator:\
# Approximate date of release was 1982 (early 80s, anyway), and it had several
# evolutions including (limited) color versions such as the PS330C. PS300s
# were effectively obsolete by the late 80s, replaced by raster graphics
# systems, although specialized applications like molecular modelling
# systems, although specialized applications like molecular modeling
# hung onto them for a while longer. AFAIK all E&S vector graphics systems
# are out of production, though of course E&S is very much alive (in 1996).
# (ps300: changed ":pt@:" to "it@" -- esr)
......
......@@ -1533,7 +1533,7 @@
* etags.c (add_regex): Better check for null regexps.
(readline): Check for regex matching null string.
(find_entries): Reorganisation.
(find_entries): Reorganization.
2002-06-07 Francesco Potortì <pot@gnu.org>
......
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ University of California, as described above. */
* 1985 Emacs TAGS format by Richard Stallman.
* 1989 Sam Kendall added C++.
* 1992 Joseph B. Wells improved C and C++ parsing.
* 1993 Francesco Potort reorganised C and C++.
* 1993 Francesco Potort reorganized C and C++.
* 1994 Line-by-line regexp tags by Tom Tromey.
* 2001 Nested classes by Francesco Potort (concept by Mykola Dzyuba).
* 2002 #line directives by Francesco Potort.
......
......@@ -8103,7 +8103,7 @@
* tooltip.el (tooltip-gud-print-command): Add server prefix to the
print command for gdb to keep it out of the command history.
* gdb-ui.el: Major re-organisation. Simplify legacy gdba
* gdb-ui.el: Major re-organization. Simplify legacy gdba
code to allow only one gdb process.
2002-11-23 Markus Rost <rost@math.ohio-state.edu>
......@@ -10404,7 +10404,7 @@
`file-exists-p.
(tramp-completion-handle-file-exists-p): New function.
(tramp-completion-handle-file-name-completion): Simplified.
(tramp-completion-dissect-file-name): Regexp's reorganised.
(tramp-completion-dissect-file-name): Regexp's reorganized.
(tramp-completion-handle-file-name-all-completions):
Call completion-function only if `user' or `host' is given.
(tramp-get-completion-user-host): New function.
......
......@@ -18817,7 +18817,7 @@
(gdb-goto-breakpoint): Try to force display in source buffer.
(gdb-frame-gdb-buffer): Copy other similar functions.
(gdb-restore-windows): Don't display source if not asked for.
(gdb-assembler-buffer-name): Don't capitalise.
(gdb-assembler-buffer-name): Don't capitalize.
2005-11-03 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
......@@ -11224,7 +11224,7 @@
(server-execute, server-return-error): New functions extracted from
server-process-filter.
(server-execute-continuation): New functions.
(server-process-filter): Restructure so that all arguments are analysed
(server-process-filter): Restructure so that all arguments are analyzed
first and then acted upon in a subsequent stage. This way
server-goto-toplevel can be executed later, when we know if
it's necessary.
......
......@@ -4591,7 +4591,7 @@
1995-12-13 Simon Marshall <simon@duality.gnu.ai.mit.edu>
* faces.el (modify-face): Take extra optional arg FRAME.
Use face-try-color-list to change foreground and background colours.
Use face-try-color-list to change foreground and background colors.
If BOLD-P, ITALIC-P or UNDERLINE-P not nil or t, don't change the
display attribute corresponding to that arg. Doc fix.
......@@ -5477,7 +5477,7 @@
1995-10-26 Simon Marshall <simon@duality.gnu.ai.mit.edu>
* font-lock.el: General reorganisation.
* font-lock.el: General reorganization.
(font-lock-fontify-syntactically-region): Renamed from
font-lock-fontify-region. Assume that region end-points are at bol.
Don't bother wrapping with save-excursion; caller does this.
......
......@@ -3881,7 +3881,7 @@
(frame-delete-all): Moved to subr.el as `assoc-delete-all'.
Callers changed.
(set-background-color, set-foreground-color, set-cursor-color)
(set-mouse-color, set-border-color): Offer completion of colours.
(set-mouse-color, set-border-color): Offer completion of colors.
(cursor): Add :version to defgroup.
* facemenu.el (list-colors-display): Make it work on ttys.
......@@ -6146,7 +6146,7 @@
correctly between an object declared via a constructor and a method.
(font-lock-defaults-alist): Don't give `.' word syntax for Java.
(java-font-lock-keywords-1): Fontify package names individually.
(java-font-lock-extra-types): Ensure regexp matches capitalised only.
(java-font-lock-extra-types): Ensure regexp matches capitalized only.
(java-font-lock-keywords-2): Simplify type fontification.
(java-font-lock-keywords-3): Likewise.
......
......@@ -10523,7 +10523,7 @@
* toolbar/open.xpm, toolbar/undo.xpm, toolbar/home.xpm:
* toolbar/paste.xpm, toolbar/up_arrow.xpm, toolbar/index.xpm:
* toolbar/preferences.xpm, toolbar/info.xpm, toolbar/print.xpm:
Reduce colour requirements to 25 overall. (Probably wants
Reduce color requirements to 25 overall. (Probably wants
revisiting from the originals to reduce further.)
2000-10-11 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@is.elta.co.il>
......@@ -17047,7 +17047,7 @@
(widget-leave-text, widget-children-value-delete): Use mapc.
(widget-keymap): Remove XEmacs stuff.
(widget-field-keymap, widget-text-keymap): Define all inside defvar.
(widget-button-click): Don't set point at the click, but re-centre
(widget-button-click): Don't set point at the click, but re-center
if we scroll out of window. Rewritten for images v. glyphs &c.
(widget-tabable-at): Use POS arg, not point.
(widget-beginning-of-line, widget-end-of-line)
......
......@@ -1415,7 +1415,7 @@ line."
;; Put in the days of the month.
(dotimes (i last)
(setq day (1+ i))
;; TODO should numbers be left-justified, centred...?
;; TODO should numbers be left-justified, centered...?
(insert (format (format "%%%dd%%s" calendar-day-digit-width) day
(make-string
(- calendar-column-width calendar-day-digit-width) ?\s)))
......
......@@ -209,7 +209,7 @@
;; the end of the loop and you will insert your item just before
;; that point. If you set the threshold to, e.g. 8, it will stop
;; as soon as the window size drops below that amount and will
;; insert the item in the approximate centre of that window. I
;; insert the item in the approximate center of that window. I
;; got the idea for this feature after reading a very helpful
;; e-mail reply from Trey Jackson <trey@cs.berkeley.edu> who
;; corrected some of my awful coding and pointed me towards some
......
......@@ -1474,7 +1474,7 @@
* erc.el:
erc-error-face: setting a background doesn't work so well with multi-line
messages, so we don't. fg colour is negotiable ;-)
messages, so we don't. fg color is negotiable ;-)
(erc-cmd-QUERY): fixed, new doco, supress (erc-delete-query) until we fix it
(erc-send-current-line): allow multi-line messages provided they don't start
with a slash - there's no need to prohibit them if the slash isn't the
......
......@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
;; From freenode.net's web site (not there anymore) on how to mark
;; unidentified users:
;; "We recommend that you add an asterisk before the nick, and
;; optionally either highlight or colourize the line in some
;; optionally either highlight or colorize the line in some
;; appropriate fashion, if the user is not identified."
;;; Usage:
......
......@@ -195,8 +195,8 @@
;; i.e., (b) above, all modes that have items that can be thought of as, say,
;; keywords, should be highlighted with the same face, etc.
;; - Make the face attributes fit the concept as far as possible.
;; i.e., function names might be a bold colour such as blue, comments might
;; be a bright colour such as red, character strings might be brown, because,
;; i.e., function names might be a bold color such as blue, comments might
;; be a bright color such as red, character strings might be brown, because,
;; err, strings are brown (that was not the reason, please believe me).
;; - Don't use a non-nil OVERRIDE unless you have a good reason.
;; Only use OVERRIDE for special things that are easy to define, such as the
......@@ -1824,7 +1824,7 @@ Sets various variables using `font-lock-defaults' (or, if nil, using
(setq font-lock-keywords
(font-lock-compile-keywords font-lock-keywords))))))
;;; Colour etc. support.
;;; Color etc. support.
;; Note that `defface' will not overwrite any faces declared above via
;; `custom-declare-face'.
......@@ -1981,7 +1981,7 @@ Sets various variables using `font-lock-defaults' (or, if nil, using
"Font Lock mode face used to highlight grouping constructs in Lisp regexps."
:group 'font-lock-faces)
;;; End of Colour etc. support.
;;; End of Color etc. support.
;;; Menu support.
......
......@@ -2390,7 +2390,7 @@
2003-05-10 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus.org>
* gnus.el (gnus-logo-color-alist): Added no colours.
* gnus.el (gnus-logo-color-alist): Added no colors.
2003-05-09 Dave Love <fx@gnu.org>
......
......@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@ Whether the passphrase is cached at all is controlled by
'never))
cipher
(result-buffer (get-buffer-create "*GPG Result*")))
;; Strip MIME Content[^ ]: headers since it will be ASCII ARMOURED
;; Strip MIME Content[^ ]: headers since it will be ASCII ARMORED
(goto-char (point-min))
(while (looking-at "^Content[^ ]+:") (forward-line))
(unless (bobp)
......@@ -213,7 +213,7 @@ Whether the passphrase is cached at all is controlled by
(let ((text (current-buffer))
cipher
(result-buffer (get-buffer-create "*GPG Result*")))
;; Strip MIME Content[^ ]: headers since it will be ASCII ARMOURED
;; Strip MIME Content[^ ]: headers since it will be ASCII ARMORED
(goto-char (point-min))
(while (looking-at "^Content[^ ]+:") (forward-line))
(unless (bobp)
......@@ -303,7 +303,7 @@ Whether the passphrase is cached at all is controlled by
(let ((cte (save-restriction
(narrow-to-region (point-min) (point))
(mail-fetch-field "content-transfer-encoding"))))
;; Strip MIME headers since it will be ASCII armoured.
;; Strip MIME headers since it will be ASCII armored.
(forward-line 1)
(delete-region (point-min) (point))
(when cte
......@@ -424,7 +424,7 @@ If no one is selected, default secret key is used. "
(let ((cte (save-restriction
(narrow-to-region (point-min) (point))
(mail-fetch-field "content-transfer-encoding"))))
;; Strip MIME headers since it will be ASCII armoured.
;; Strip MIME headers since it will be ASCII armored.
(forward-line 1)
(delete-region (point-min) (point))
(when cte
......
......@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@
;;
;; Now you should be able to sign messages! Create a buffer and write
;; something and run M-x smime-sign-buffer RET RET and you should see
;; your message MIME armoured and a signature. Encryption, M-x
;; your message MIME armored and a signature. Encryption, M-x
;; smime-encrypt-buffer, should also work.
;;
;; To be able to verify messages you need to build up trust with
......
......@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
;; local mode behave like the global mode.
;; You probably don't really want to use the global mode; if the
;; cursor is difficult to spot, try changing its colour, relying on
;; cursor is difficult to spot, try changing its color, relying on
;; `blink-cursor-mode' or both. The hookery used might affect
;; response noticeably on a slow machine. The local mode may be
;; useful in non-editing buffers such as Gnus or PCL-CVS though.
......
......@@ -10443,8 +10443,8 @@
2001-12-04 Peter S Galbraith <psg@debian.org>
* mh-e.el (mh-folder-subject-face et al.): Yet another attempt at
colours for folder-mode. Still themed, but fewer and darker
colours (Blame Eric this time!). I'll get to underlining tomorrow
colors for folder-mode. Still themed, but fewer and darker
colors (Blame Eric this time!). I'll get to underlining tomorrow
night.
* mh-e.el (mh-folder-tool-bar-map): Renamed all icons so they
......
......@@ -1864,7 +1864,7 @@ For all numbers larger than LIMIT, shift them by DELTA."
(string-match "^[a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z0-9]*$" field))
(push (cons field v) org-table-local-parameters)
(push (list field line col) org-table-named-field-locations))))
;; Analyse the line types
;; Analyze the line types
(goto-char beg)
(setq org-table-current-begin-line (org-current-line)
org-table-current-begin-pos (point)
......
......@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@
;; o The code for updating the grid needs to be re-done. At the moment it
;; simply re-draws the grid every time a move is made.
;;
;; o Look into tarting up the display with colour. gamegrid.el looks
;; o Look into tarting up the display with color. gamegrid.el looks
;; interesting, perhaps that is the way to go?
;;; Thanks:
......
......@@ -26,9 +26,9 @@
;; This file contains (most of) the adaptations to cc-mode required for the
;; integration of AWK Mode.
;; It is organised thusly, the sections being separated by page breaks:
;; It is organized thusly, the sections being separated by page breaks:
;; 1. The AWK Mode syntax table.
;; 2. Regular expressions for analysing AWK code.
;; 2. Regular expressions for analyzing AWK code.
;; 3. Indentation calculation stuff ("c-awk-NL-prop text-property").
;; 4. Syntax-table property/font-locking stuff, including the
;; font-lock-keywords setting.
......@@ -710,7 +710,7 @@
;;
;; ANCHOR-STATE-/DIV identifies whether a / at ANCHOR would have been a
;; division sign (value t) or a regexp opener (value nil). The idea is that
;; we analyse the line from ANCHOR up till point to determine what the / at
;; we analyze the line from ANCHOR up till point to determine what the / at
;; point is.
;;
;; The result is what ANCHOR-STATE-/DIV (see above) is where point is left.
......
......@@ -875,7 +875,7 @@ See `sh-feature'.")
"Face to show a here-document"
:group 'sh-indentation)
;; These colours are probably icky. It's just a placeholder though.
;; These colors are probably icky. It's just a placeholder though.
(defface sh-quoted-exec
'((((class color) (background dark))
(:foreground "salmon"))
......
......@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@
;;;###autoload (load "vc-hg")
;;;###autoload (vc-hg-registered file))))
;; Modelled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
;; Modeled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
(defun vc-hg-registered (file)
"Return non-nil if FILE is registered with hg."
(when (vc-hg-root file) ; short cut
......@@ -272,7 +272,7 @@
(split-string
(buffer-substring-no-properties (point-min) (point-max))))))
;; Modelled after the similar function in vc-cvs.el
;; Modeled after the similar function in vc-cvs.el
(defun vc-hg-revision-completion-table (files)
(lexical-let ((files files)
table)
......@@ -330,7 +330,7 @@ Optional arg REVISION is a revision to annotate from."
(when (<= newrev tip-revision)
(number-to-string newrev))))
;; Modelled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
;; Modeled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
(defun vc-hg-delete-file (file)
"Delete FILE and delete it in the hg repository."
(condition-case ()
......@@ -338,7 +338,7 @@ Optional arg REVISION is a revision to annotate from."
(file-error nil))
(vc-hg-command nil 0 file "remove" "--after" "--force"))
;; Modelled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
;; Modeled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
(defun vc-hg-rename-file (old new)
"Rename file from OLD to NEW using `hg mv'."
(vc-hg-command nil 0 new "mv" old))
......@@ -355,7 +355,7 @@ COMMENT is ignored."
(defalias 'vc-hg-responsible-p 'vc-hg-root)
;; Modelled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
;; Modeled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
(defun vc-hg-could-register (file)
"Return non-nil if FILE could be registered under hg."
(and (vc-hg-responsible-p file) ; shortcut
......@@ -383,7 +383,7 @@ REV is ignored."
(vc-hg-command buffer 0 file "cat" "-r" rev)
(vc-hg-command buffer 0 file "cat"))))
;; Modelled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
;; Modeled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
(defun vc-hg-checkout (file &optional editable rev)
"Retrieve a revision of FILE.
EDITABLE is ignored.
......@@ -395,11 +395,11 @@ REV is the revision to check out into WORKFILE."
(vc-hg-command t 0 file "cat" "-r" rev)
(vc-hg-command t 0 file "cat")))))
;; Modelled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
;; Modeled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
(defun vc-hg-workfile-unchanged-p (file)
(eq 'up-to-date (vc-hg-state file)))
;; Modelled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
;; Modeled after the similar function in vc-bzr.el
(defun vc-hg-revert (file &optional contents-done)
(unless contents-done
(with-temp-buffer (vc-hg-command t 0 file "revert"))))
......
......@@ -2800,7 +2800,7 @@ Replaces || by |, but | by \, where | denotes the internal escape."
"Process .de/am xx yy -- (re)define/append macro xx; end at `..'.
\(Should be up to call of yy, which defaults to `.')
Optional argument APPEND, if non-nil, means append macro."
;; Modelled on woman-strings. BEWARE: Processing of .am is a hack!
;; Modeled on woman-strings. BEWARE: Processing of .am is a hack!
;; Add support for .rm?
;; (skip-chars-forward " \t")
(if (eolp) ; ignore if no argument
......
......@@ -2683,7 +2683,7 @@
* emacs.c, dispnew.c:
Rename inhibit_x_windows inhibit_window_system.
Understand "-nw" command-line option.
Reorganise init_display a little to make other window-system
Reorganize init_display a little to make other window-system
code easier to accommodate.
* editfns.c (Fformat):
......
......@@ -4587,7 +4587,7 @@
(Fframep #2) [MSDOS]: Return 'pc for when termcap is not used.
(Fmouse_position #2) [HAVE_MOUSE]: Return useful information.
(Fframe_parameters #2): Show "font" as "default".
(Fframe_parameters #2) [MSDOS]: Show fore- and background colours.
(Fframe_parameters #2) [MSDOS]: Show fore- and background colors.
(Fmodify_frame_parameters #2) [MSDOS]: Call IT_set_frame_parameters.
(Fframe_list #2): New stub function.
(syms_of_frame #2): defsubr frame_list.
......@@ -4671,7 +4671,7 @@
* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes): Make sure that internal_terminal_init
is only called once.
(init_sys_modes, reset_sys_modes) [HAVE_X_WINDOWS]: Add conditional.
(reset_sys_modes) [MSDOS]: Change to MSDOG's default colours.
(reset_sys_modes) [MSDOS]: Change to MSDOG's default colors.
(kbd_input_ast): Use just XSETFRAME.
* window.c (init_window_once) [!MULTI_FRAME]: Set selected_frame and
......@@ -4691,7 +4691,7 @@
stubs.
(load_color) [MSDOS && !HAVE_X_WINDOWS]: Special version.
(Fset_face_attribute_internal) [MSDOS && !HAVE_X_WINDOWS]: Stubify
font setting, mask away 0x08 (the blink bit) from background colour.
font setting, mask away 0x08 (the blink bit) from background color.
(syms_of_xfaces) [!HAVE_X_WINDOWS]: Don't defsubr Spixmap_spec_p.
(Fmake_face_internal): Use FOR_EACH_FRAME.
(init_frame_faces): Guard multi-frame stuff with MULTI_FRAME.
......
......@@ -11455,9 +11455,8 @@
1999-05-15 Andrew Innes <andrewi@gnu.org>
* w32term.c (dumpglyphs): Use correct colours for drawing
rectangles in place of missing fonts, and make them the right
size.
* w32term.c (dumpglyphs): Use correct colors for drawing
rectangles in place of missing fonts, and make them the right size.
1999-05-14 Dave Love <fx@gnu.org>
......
......@@ -1025,7 +1025,7 @@ x_wm_set_size_hint (f, flags, user_position)
}
/* Change background color of a frame.
Since GTK uses the background colour to clear the window, we must
Since GTK uses the background color to clear the window, we must
keep the GTK and X colors in sync.
F is the frame to change,
BG is the pixel value to change to. */
......
......@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@ You lose; /* Emacs for DOS must be compiled with DJGPP */
#define FLOAT_CHECK_DOMAIN
/* When $TERM is "internal" then this is substituted: */
#define INTERNAL_TERMINAL "pc|bios|IBM PC with colour display:\
#define INTERNAL_TERMINAL "pc|bios|IBM PC with color display:\
:co#80:li#25:Co#16:pa#256:km:ms:cm=<CM>:cl=<CL>:ce=<CE>:\
:se=</SO>:so=<SO>:us=<UL>:ue=</UL>:md=<BD>:mh=<DIM>:mb=<BL>:mr=<RV>:me=<NV>:\
:AB=<BG %d>:AF=<FG %d>:op=<DefC>:"
......
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