Commit 6c01cfb6 authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero

* align.el (align-large-region, align-perl-modes, align-rules-list)

  (align-open-comment-modes): Fix typos in docstrings.
  (align-region-separate): Doc fixes.
parent bcf3f1f5
2009-03-26 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* align.el (align-large-region, align-perl-modes, align-rules-list)
(align-open-comment-modes): Fix typos in docstrings.
(align-region-separate): Doc fixes.
2009-03-26 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* arc-mode.el (archive-ar-summarize): Don't burp on special GNU
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......@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ may cause unexpected behavior at times."
(defcustom align-large-region 10000
"If an integer, defines what constitutes a \"large\" region.
If nil,then no messages will ever be printed to the minibuffer."
If nil, then no messages will ever be printed to the minibuffer."
:type 'integer
:group 'align)
......@@ -184,7 +184,7 @@ If nil,then no messages will ever be printed to the minibuffer."
:group 'align)
(defcustom align-perl-modes '(perl-mode cperl-mode)
"A list of modes where perl syntax is to be seen."
"A list of modes where Perl syntax is to be seen."
:type '(repeat symbol)
:group 'align)
......@@ -222,7 +222,7 @@ If nil,then no messages will ever be printed to the minibuffer."
(append align-lisp-modes align-c++-modes align-perl-modes
'(python-mode makefile-mode))
"A list of modes with a single-line comment syntax.
These are comments as in Lisp, which have a beginning but, end with
These are comments as in Lisp, which have a beginning, but end with
the line (i.e., `comment-end' is an empty string)."
:type '(repeat symbol)
:group 'align)
......@@ -259,8 +259,8 @@ The possible settings for `align-region-separate' are:
`group' Each contiguous set of lines where a specific alignment
occurs is considered a section for that alignment rule.
Note that each rule will may have any entirely different
set of section divisions than another.
Note that each rule may have any entirely different set
of section divisions than another.
int alpha = 1; /* one */
double beta = 2.0;
......@@ -292,7 +292,7 @@ The possible settings for `align-region-separate' are:
between sections, the behavior will be very similar to
`largest', and faster. But if the mode does not use clear
separators (for example, if you collapse your braces onto
the preceding statement in C or perl), `largest' is
the preceding statement in C or Perl), `largest' is
probably the better alternative.
function A function that will be passed the beginning and ending
......@@ -301,8 +301,8 @@ The possible settings for `align-region-separate' are:
both of these parameters will be nil, in which case the
function should return non-nil if it wants each rule to
define its own section, or nil if it wants the largest
section found to be used as the common section for all rules
that occur there.
section found to be used as the common section for all
rules that occur there.
list A list of markers within the buffer that represent where
the section dividers lie. Be certain to use markers! For
......@@ -623,8 +623,8 @@ The following attributes are meaningful:
the purposes of alignment. The \"alignment character\" is
always the first character immediately following this
parenthesis group. This attribute may also be a list of
integer, in which case multiple alignment characters will
be aligned, with the list of integer identifying the
integers, in which case multiple alignment characters will
be aligned, with the list of integers identifying the
whitespace groups which precede them. The default for
this attribute is 1.
......@@ -636,7 +636,7 @@ The following attributes are meaningful:
`case-fold' If `regexp' is an ordinary regular expression string
containing alphabetic character, sometimes you may want
the search to proceed case-insensitively (for languages
that ignore case, such as pascal for example). In that
that ignore case, such as Pascal for example). In that
case, set `case-fold' to a non-nil value, and the regular
expression search will ignore case. If `regexp' is set to
a function, that function must handle the job of ignoring
......
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