Commit 6e104790 authored by Stefan Monnier's avatar Stefan Monnier

Merge from emacs-23

parents b5feea0f 79d74ac5
......@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ The Emacs Bug Tracker can be found at http://debbugs.gnu.org/
* Quick-start guide
This is 95% of all you will ever need.
This is 95% of all you will ever need to know.
** How do I report a bug?
Use M-x report-emacs-bug, or send mail to bug-gnu-emacs@gnu.org.
......@@ -34,8 +34,12 @@ tags 123 moreinfo|unreproducible|wontfix|patch
For a list of all bugs, see http://debbugs.gnu.org/db/pa/lemacs.html
This is a static page, updated once a day. There is also a dynamic
list, generated on request, but since there are many bug reports this
is slow and not recommended.
list, generated on request. This accepts various options, eg to see
the most recent bugs:
http://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/pkgreport.cgi?newest=100
Or follow the links on the front page http://debbugs.gnu.org .
** How do I report a bug in Emacs now?
The same way as you always did. Send mail to bug-gnu-emacs@gnu.org,
......@@ -92,6 +96,9 @@ mail with the bug report number in. If you do not do this, each reply
in the subsequent discussion will end up creating a new bug.
This is annoying.
(So annoying that a form of message-id tracking has been implemented
to hopefully stop this happening, but it is still better to use X-Debbugs-CC.)
If a new report contains X-Debbugs-CC in the input, this is
converted to a real Cc header in the output. (See Bug#1720).
It is also merged into the Resent-CC header (see below).
......@@ -191,8 +198,7 @@ Package: emacs
Version: 23.0.60
Severity: minor
Optionally, add a sub-package, eg Package: emacs,calendar.
This can include tags. Some things (e.g. submitter) don't seem to
This can also include tags. Some things (e.g. submitter) don't seem to
work here.
Otherwise, send mail to the control server, control@debbugs.gnu.org.
......@@ -229,7 +235,7 @@ http://debbugs.gnu.org/...
123 # given bug number
123;mbox=yes # mbox version of given bug
package # bugs in given package (don't use "emacs" - too many bugs!)
package # bugs in given package
from:submitter@email.address
severity:severity # all bugs of given severity
tag:tag # all bugs with given tag
......@@ -281,6 +287,9 @@ to construct the relevant url yourself rather than just typing in a
search box. The only piece you really need to add is the "users"
portion, the rest has the same syntax as normal.
**** To browse bugs by usertag:
http://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/pkgindex.cgi?indexon=users
**** To find all bugs usertagged by a given email address:
http://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/pkgreport.cgi?users=bug-gnu-emacs@gnu.org
......@@ -359,7 +368,7 @@ fixed 123 23.0.60
notfixed 123 23.0.60
*** To assign or reassign a bug to a package or list of packages:
reassign 1234 emacs,cc-mode
reassign 1234 emacs
** To remove spam from the tracker, move it to the `spam' pseudo-package:
reassign 123 spam
......
2010-04-18 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* programs.texi (Semantic): New node.
* maintaining.texi (EDE): New node.
* emacs.texi: Update node listing.
* misc.texi (Gnus): Use the `C-h i' keybinding for info.
2010-04-18 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* emacs.texi (Acknowledgments): Remove duplicate.
* maintaining.texi (VC Directory Commands): Mention stashes and shelves.
2010-04-18 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* dired.texi (Misc Dired Features): Mention VC diff and log.
* maintaining.texi (Old Revisions, VC Change Log):
Mention that diff and log work in Dired buffers.
* help.texi (Help Summary): Mention M-x info-finder.
* ack.texi (Acknowledgments): Add mpc.el.
* custom.texi (Specifying File Variables, Directory Variables):
Document new commands for manipulating local variable lists.
2010-04-18 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* trouble.texi (Contributing): Add cindex entry.
Mention etc/CONTRIBUTE.
2010-04-18 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* mark.texi (Persistent Mark): Copyedits. Replace undo example with
query-replace (Bug#5774).
2010-04-16 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* ack.texi, emacs.texi (Acknowledgments): Update for Org changes.
......
......@@ -801,8 +801,9 @@ a directory-level front end to the CVS version control system;
@file{reveal.el}, a minor mode for automatically revealing invisible
text; @file{smerge-mode.el}, a minor mode for resolving @code{diff3}
conflicts; @file{diff-mode.el}, a mode for viewing and editing context
diffs; @file{css-mode.el} for Cascading Style Sheets; and
@file{bibtex-style.el} for BibTeX Style files.
diffs; @file{css-mode.el} for Cascading Style Sheets;
@file{bibtex-style.el} for BibTeX Style files; and @file{mpc.el}, a
client for the ``Music Player Daemon''.
@item
Morioka Tomohiko wrote several packages for MIME support in Gnus and
......
@c This is part of the Emacs manual.
@c Copyright (C) 1985, 1986, 1987, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001,
@c 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
@c 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
@c Free Software Foundation, Inc.
@c See file emacs.texi for copying conditions.
@node Customization, Quitting, Amusements, Top
@chapter Customization
......@@ -1086,11 +1087,22 @@ You can specify any number of variable/value pairs in this way, each
pair with a colon and semicolon as shown above. The special
variable/value pair @code{mode: @var{modename};}, if present,
specifies a major or minor mode; if you use this to specify a major
mode, it should come first in the line. The @var{value}s are are used
mode, it should come first in the line. The @var{value}s are used
literally, and not evaluated.
Here is an example that specifies Lisp mode and sets two variables
with numeric values:
@findex add-file-local-variable-prop-line
@findex delete-file-local-variable-prop-line
@findex copy-dir-locals-to-file-locals-prop-line
You can use the command @code{add-file-local-variable-prop-line}
instead of adding entries by hand. It prompts for a variable
and value, and adds them to the first line in the appropriate way.
The command @code{delete-file-local-variable-prop-line} deletes a
variable from the line. The command
@code{copy-dir-locals-to-file-locals-prop-line} copies directory-local
variables (@pxref{Directory Variables}) to the first line.
Here is an example first line that specifies Lisp mode and sets two
variables with numeric values:
@smallexample
;; -*- mode: Lisp; fill-column: 75; comment-column: 50; -*-
......@@ -1144,6 +1156,17 @@ won't confuse other programs that the file is intended for. The
example above is for the C programming language, where comment lines
start with @samp{/*} and end with @samp{*/}.
@findex add-file-local-variable
@findex delete-file-local-variable
@findex copy-dir-locals-to-file-locals
You can construct the local variables list yourself, or use the
command @code{add-file-local-variable}. This prompts for a variable
and value, and adds them to the list. If necessary, it also adds the
start and end markers. The command @code{delete-file-local-variable}
deletes a variable from the list. The command
@code{copy-dir-locals-to-file-locals} copies directory-local variables
(@pxref{Directory Variables}) to the list.
As with the @samp{-*-} line, the variables in a local variables list
are used literally, and are not evaluated first. If you want to split
a long string across multiple lines of the file, you can use
......@@ -1323,6 +1346,16 @@ style for any C or Java source file. Finally, it specifies a different
subdirectory of the directory where you put the @file{.dir-locals.el}
file.
@findex add-dir-local-variable
@findex delete-dir-local-variable
@findex copy-file-locals-to-dir-locals
You can edit the @file{.dir-locals.el} file by hand, or use the
command @code{add-dir-local-variable}. This prompts for a mode (or
subdirectory), variable and value, and adds an entry to the file.
The command @code{delete-dir-local-variable} deletes an entry. The
command @code{copy-file-locals-to-dir-locals} copies file local
variables (@pxref{File Variables}) to the @file{.dir-locals.el} file.
@findex dir-locals-set-class-variables
@findex dir-locals-set-directory-class
Another method of specifying directory-local variables is to explicitly
......
@c This is part of the Emacs manual.
@c Copyright (C) 1985, 1986, 1987, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001,
@c 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
@c 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
@c Free Software Foundation, Inc.
@c See file emacs.texi for copying conditions.
@node Dired, Calendar/Diary, Rmail, Top
@chapter Dired, the Directory Editor
......@@ -1339,6 +1340,11 @@ names into arguments for other Emacs commands. It also displays what
it added to the kill ring, so you can use it to display the list of
currently marked files in the echo area.
@cindex Dired and version control
If the directory you are visiting is under version control
(@pxref{Version Control}), then the normal VC diff and log commands
will operate on the selected files.
@findex dired-compare-directories
The command @kbd{M-x dired-compare-directories} is used to compare
the current Dired buffer with another directory. It marks all the files
......
......@@ -649,6 +649,7 @@ Editing Programs
* Hideshow:: Displaying blocks selectively.
* Symbol Completion:: Completion on symbol names of your program or language.
* Glasses:: Making identifiersLikeThis more readable.
* Semantic:: Suite of editing tools based on source code parsing.
* Misc for Programs:: Other Emacs features useful for editing programs.
* C Modes:: Special commands of C, C++, Objective-C,
Java, and Pike modes.
......@@ -763,6 +764,7 @@ Maintaining Large Programs
* Change Log:: Maintaining a change history for your program.
* Tags:: Go directly to any function in your program in one
command. Tags remembers which file it is in.
* EDE:: An integrated development environment for Emacs.
* Emerge:: A convenient way of merging two versions of a program.
Version Control
......
......@@ -133,7 +133,9 @@ Display documentation of the current major mode (@code{describe-mode}).
@item C-h n
Display news of recent Emacs changes (@code{view-emacs-news}).
@item C-h p
Find packages by topic keyword (@code{finder-by-keyword}).
Find packages by topic keyword (@code{finder-by-keyword}). For an
alternative interface to the same information, try the @code{info-finder}
command.
@item C-h r
Display the Emacs manual in Info (@code{info-emacs-manual}).
@item C-h s
......
......@@ -14,6 +14,7 @@ programs.
* Change Log:: Maintaining a change history for your program.
* Tags:: Go directly to any function in your program in one
command. Tags remembers which file it is in.
* EDE:: An integrated development environment for Emacs.
@ifnottex
* Emerge:: A convenient way of merging two versions of a program.
@end ifnottex
......@@ -653,7 +654,8 @@ its own (@code{vc-revision-other-window}).
@item C-x v =
Compare the files in the current fileset with the working revision(s)
you started from (@code{vc-diff}). With a prefix argument, prompt for
two revisions of the current fileset and compare them.
two revisions of the current fileset and compare them. You can call
this command from a Dired buffer (@pxref{Dired}).
@item C-x v D
Compare the entire tree corresponding to the current fileset with the
......@@ -895,6 +897,7 @@ i.e. the ones you enter via the @samp{*VC-Log*} buffer. @xref{Log
Buffer}.) Point is centered at the revision of the file currently
being visited. With a prefix argument, the command prompts for the
revision to center on, and the maximum number of revisions to display.
You can call this command from a Dired buffer (@pxref{Dired}).
@findex vc-print-root-log
Type @kbd{C-x v L} (@code{vc-print-root-log}) to display a
......@@ -1145,9 +1148,14 @@ directory buffer will be used.
@kbd{M-s a C-M-s} does an incremental search on the marked files.
Commands are also accessible from the VC-dir menu. Note that some VC
backends use the VC-dir menu to make available extra backend specific
commands.
@cindex stashes in version control
@cindex shelves in version control
Commands are also accessible from the VC-dir menu. Note that some
VC backends use the VC-dir menu to make available extra,
backend-specific, commands. For example, Git and Bazaar allow you to
manipulate @dfn{stashes} and @dfn{shelves}. (These provide a
mechanism to temporarily store uncommitted changes somewhere out of
the way, and bring them back at a later time.)
Normal VC commands with the @kbd{C-x v} prefix work in VC directory
buffers. Some single-key shortcuts are available as well; @kbd{=},
......@@ -2260,6 +2268,69 @@ name in the buffer. @xref{Symbol Completion}.
@include emerge-xtra.texi
@end ifnottex
@node EDE
@section Emacs Development Environment
@cindex EDE (Emacs Development Environment)
@cindex Emacs Development Environment
@cindex Integrated development environment
EDE (@dfn{Emacs Development Environment}) is a package that simplifies
the task of creating, building, and debugging large programs with
Emacs. It provides some of the features of an IDE, or @dfn{Integrated
Development Environment}, in Emacs.
This section provides a brief description of EDE usage.
@ifnottex
For full details, see @ref{Top, EDE,, ede, Emacs Development Environment}.
@end ifnottex
@iftex
For full details on Ede, type @kbd{C-h i} and then select the EDE
manual.
@end iftex
EDE is implemented as a global minor mode (@pxref{Minor Modes}). To
enable it, type @kbd{M-x global-ede-mode} or click on the
@samp{Project Support (EDE)} item in the @samp{Tools} menu. You can
also enable EDE each time you start Emacs, by adding the following
line to your initialization file:
@smallexample
(global-ede-mode t)
@end smallexample
@noindent
Activating EDE adds a menu named @samp{Development} to the menu bar.
Many EDE commands, including the ones described below, can be invoked
from this menu.
EDE organizes files into @dfn{projects}, which correspond to
directory trees. The @dfn{project root} is the topmost directory of a
project. To define a new project, visit a file in the desired project
root and type @kbd{M-x ede-new}. This command prompts for a
@dfn{project type}, which refers to the underlying method that EDE
will use to manage the project (@pxref{Creating a Project, EDE,, ede,
Emacs Development Environment}). The most common project types are
@samp{Make}, which uses Makefiles, and @samp{Automake}, which uses GNU
Automake (@pxref{Top, Automake,, automake, Automake}). In both cases,
EDE also creates a file named @file{Project.ede}, which stores
information about the project.
A project may contain one or more @dfn{targets}. A target can be an
object file, executable program, or some other type of file, which is
``built'' from one or more of the files in the project.
To add a new @dfn{target} to a project, type @kbd{C-c . t}
(@code{M-x ede-new-target}). This command also asks if you wish to
``add'' the current file to that target, which means that the target
is to be built from that file. After you have defined a target, you
can add more files to it by typing @kbd{C-c . a}
(@code{ede-add-file}).
To build a target, type @kbd{C-c . c} (@code{ede-compile-target}).
To build all the targets in the project, type @kbd{C-c . C}
(@code{ede-compile-project}). EDE uses the file types to guess how
the target should be built.
@ignore
arch-tag: b9d83dfb-82ea-4ff6-bab5-05a3617091fb
@end ignore
......@@ -387,10 +387,10 @@ Mark}), or with shift-selection (@pxref{Shift Selection}).
@findex transient-mark-mode
To turn off Transient Mark mode, type @kbd{M-x transient-mark-mode}.
This command toggles the mode; you can use the same command to turn
Transient Mark mode on again. You can also turn off Transient Mark
mode using the menu bar: in the @samp{Options} menu, toggle the
@samp{Active Region Highlighting} menu item.
This command toggles the mode; you can use the same command to turn it
on again. You can also toggle Transient Mark mode using the
@samp{Active Region Highlighting} menu item in the @samp{Options}
menu.
Here are the details of how Emacs behaves when Transient Mark mode
is off:
......@@ -415,13 +415,12 @@ Many commands that move point long distances, like @kbd{M-<} and
@kbd{C-s}, first set the mark where point was.
@item
Some commands, which ordinarily operate on the region when the mark is
active, instead act on the entire buffer. For instance, @kbd{C-x u}
normally reverses changes within the region if the mark is active;
when Transient Mark mode is off, it acts on the entire buffer.
However, you can type @kbd{C-u C-x u} to make it operate on the
region. @xref{Undo}. Other commands that act this way are identified
in their own documentation.
Some commands, which ordinarily act on the region when the mark is
active, no longer do so. For example, normally @kbd{M-%}
(@code{query-replace}) performs replacements within the region, if the
mark is active. When Transient Mark mode is off, it always operates
from point to the end of the buffer. Commands that act this way are
identified in their own documentation.
@end itemize
While Transient Mark mode is off, you can activate it temporarily
......@@ -437,9 +436,9 @@ command twice.)
@item C-u C-x C-x
@kindex C-u C-x C-x
Activate the mark without changing it; enable Transient Mark mode just
once, until the mark is deactivated. (This is the @kbd{C-x C-x}
command, @code{exchange-point-and-mark}, with a prefix argument.)
Activate the mark and enable Transient Mark mode temporarily, until
the mark is next deactivated. (This is the @kbd{C-x C-x} command,
@code{exchange-point-and-mark}, with a prefix argument.)
@end table
These commands set or activate the mark, and enable Transient Mark
......
......@@ -203,7 +203,7 @@ Here we introduce Gnus and describe several basic features.
For full details, see @ref{Top, Gnus,, gnus, The Gnus Manual}.
@end ifnottex
@iftex
For full details on Gnus, type @kbd{M-x info} and then select the Gnus
For full details on Gnus, type @kbd{C-h i} and then select the Gnus
manual.
@end iftex
......
......@@ -39,6 +39,7 @@ Highlight program syntax (@pxref{Font Lock}).
* Hideshow:: Displaying blocks selectively.
* Symbol Completion:: Completion on symbol names of your program or language.
* Glasses:: Making identifiersLikeThis more readable.
* Semantic:: Suite of editing tools based on source code parsing.
* Misc for Programs:: Other Emacs features useful for editing programs.
* C Modes:: Special commands of C, C++, Objective-C,
Java, and Pike modes.
......@@ -1387,6 +1388,73 @@ current buffer; you can also add @code{glasses-mode} to the mode hook
of the programming language major modes in which you normally want
to use Glasses mode.
@node Semantic
@section Semantic
@cindex Semantic package
Semantic is a package that provides language-aware editing commands
based on @code{source code parsers}. This section provides a brief
description of Semantic;
@ifnottex
for full details, see @ref{Top, Semantic,, semantic, Semantic}.
@end ifnottex
@iftex
for full details, type @kbd{C-h i} (@code{info}) and then select the
Semantic manual.
@end iftex
Most of the ``language aware'' features in Emacs, such as font lock
(@pxref{Font Lock}), rely on ``rules of thumb''@footnote{Regular
expressions and syntax tables.} that usually give good results but are
never completely exact. In contrast, the parsers used by Semantic
have an exact understanding of programming language syntax. This
allows Semantic to provide search, navigation, and completion commands
that are powerful and precise.
To begin using Semantic, type @kbd{M-x semantic-mode} or click on
the menu item named @samp{Source Code Parsers (Semantic)} in the
@samp{Tools} menu. This enables Semantic mode, a global minor mode.
When Semantic mode is enabled, Emacs automatically attempts to
parses each file you visit. Currently, Semantic understands C, C++,
Scheme, Javascript, Java, HTML, and Make. Within each parsed buffer,
the following commands are available:
@table @kbd
@item C-c , j
@kindex C-c , j
Prompt for the name of a function defined in the current file, and
move point there (@code{semantic-complete-jump-local}).
@item C-c , J
@kindex C-c , J
Prompt for the name of a function defined in any file Emacs has
parsed, and move point there (@code{semantic-complete-jump}).
@item C-c , @key{SPC}
@kindex C-c , @key{SPC}
Display a list of possible completions for the symbol at point
(@code{semantic-complete-analyze-inline}). This also activates a set
of special keybindings for choosing a completion: @key{RET} accepts
the current completion, @kbd{M-n} and @kbd{M-p} cycle through possible
completions, @key{TAB} completes as far as possible and then cycles,
and @kbd{C-g} or any other key aborts completion.
@item C-c , l
@kindex C-c , l
Display a list of the possible completions of the symbol at point, in
another window (@code{semantic-analyze-possible-completions}).
@end table
@noindent
In addition to the above commands, the Semantic package provides a
variety of other ways to make use of parser information. For
instance, you can use it to display a list of completions when Emacs
is idle.
@ifnottex
@xref{Top, Semantic,, semantic, Semantic}, for details.
@end ifnottex
@node Misc for Programs
@section Other Features Useful for Editing Programs
......
......@@ -1008,6 +1008,7 @@ form that is clearly safe to install.
@node Contributing, Service, Bugs, Top
@section Contributing to Emacs Development
@cindex contributing to Emacs
If you would like to help pretest Emacs releases to assure they work
well, or if you would like to work on improving Emacs, please contact
......@@ -1027,6 +1028,9 @@ repository where it is actively maintained by a group of developers.
See the Emacs project page
@url{http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/emacs/} for details.
For more information on how to contribute, see the @file{etc/CONTRIBUTE}
file in the Emacs distribution.
@node Service, Copying, Contributing, Top
@section How To Get Help with GNU Emacs
......
2010-04-14 Juri Linkov <juri@jurta.org>
Fix @deffn without category.
* abbrevs.texi (Abbrev Expansion): Replace @deffn with @defun
for `abbrev-insert'.
* buffers.texi (Indirect Buffers): Add category `Command'
to @deffn of `clone-indirect-buffer'.
* windows.texi (Cyclic Window Ordering): Replace @deffn with @defun
for `next-window' and `previous-window'. Add category `Command'
to @deffn of `pop-to-buffer'.
2010-04-01 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* nonascii.texi (Text Representations): Don't mark
......
......@@ -281,7 +281,7 @@ function returns @code{nil} as its value, then @code{expand-abbrev}
returns @code{nil} even though expansion did occur.
@end deffn
@deffn abbrev-insert abbrev &optional name start end
@defun abbrev-insert abbrev &optional name start end
This function inserts the abbrev expansion of @code{abbrev}, replacing
the text between @code{start} and @code{end}. If @code{start} is
omitted, it defaults to point. @code{name}, if non-@code{nil}, should
......@@ -289,7 +289,7 @@ be the name by which this abbrev was found (a string); it is used to
figure out whether to adjust the capitalization of the expansion. The
function returns @code{abbrev} if the abbrev was successfully
inserted.
@end deffn
@end defun
@deffn Command abbrev-prefix-mark &optional arg
This command marks the current location of point as the beginning of
......
......@@ -1135,7 +1135,7 @@ non-@code{nil}, the initial state is copied from the actual base
buffer, not from @var{base-buffer}.
@end deffn
@deffn clone-indirect-buffer newname display-flag &optional norecord
@deffn Command clone-indirect-buffer newname display-flag &optional norecord
This function creates and returns a new indirect buffer that shares
the current buffer's base buffer and copies the rest of the current
buffer's attributes. (If the current buffer is not indirect, it is
......
......@@ -525,7 +525,7 @@ horizontal, the ordering is top to bottom in the left part, and so on.
In general, within each set of siblings at any level in the window tree
(@pxref{Window Tree}), the order is left to right, or top to bottom.
@deffn next-window &optional window minibuf all-frames
@defun next-window &optional window minibuf all-frames
@cindex minibuffer window, and @code{next-window}
This function returns the window following @var{window} in the cyclic
ordering of windows. This is the window @kbd{C-x o} selects if typed
......@@ -588,13 +588,13 @@ buffer @samp{windows.texi}:
@result{} #<window 56 on windows.texi>
@end group
@end example
@end deffn
@end defun
@deffn previous-window &optional window minibuf all-frames
@defun previous-window &optional window minibuf all-frames
This function returns the window preceding @var{window} in the cyclic
ordering of windows. The other arguments specify which windows to
include in the cycle, as in @code{next-window}.
@end deffn
@end defun
@deffn Command other-window count &optional all-frames
This function selects another window in the cyclic ordering of windows.
......@@ -827,7 +827,7 @@ This function updates the buffer list just like @code{switch-to-buffer}
unless @var{norecord} is non-@code{nil}.
@end deffn
@deffn pop-to-buffer buffer-or-name &optional other-window norecord
@deffn Command pop-to-buffer buffer-or-name &optional other-window norecord
This command makes @var{buffer-or-name} the current buffer and switches
to it in some window, preferably not the window previously selected.
The ``popped-to'' window becomes the selected window. Its frame is
......
2010-04-18 Teodor Zlatanov <tzz@lifelogs.com>
* gnus.texi (Gnus Versions, Oort Gnus): Mention the Git repo instead of
the CVS repo. Put the Git repo in the news section.
* gnus-coding.texi (Gnus Maintainance Guide): Fix title typo.
Removed some mentions of CVS. Mention the new Git repo.
2010-04-18 Andreas Seltenreich <seltenreich@gmx.de>
* gnus.texi (Score File Format): Fix typo. Reported by Štěpán Němec.
(Mail Group Commands): Add index entry.
2010-04-18 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* info.texi (Search Index): Mention Emacs's Info-virtual-index.
2010-04-18 Jay Belanger <jay.p.belanger@gmail.com>
* calc.texi (Radix modes): Mention that the option prefix will
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2010-04-15 Carsten Dominik <carsten.dominik@gmail.com>
* org.texi (LaTeX and PDF export): Add a footnote about xetex.
(LaTeX/PDF export commands): Section renamed and
moved.
(LaTeX/PDF export commands): Rename and Move section.
(Sectioning structure): Update.
(References): New use case for field coordinates.
(The export dispatcher): Renamed from ASCII export.
(The export dispatcher): Rename from ASCII export.
(Setting up the staging area): Document the availability of
encryption for MobileOrg.
(Images and tables): Document how to reference labels.
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scheduling and deadline commands.
(Search view): Point to the docstring of
`org-search-view' for more details.
(Agenda commands): Document that `>' prompts for a
date.
(Agenda commands): Document that `>' prompts for a date.
(Setting tags): Document variable
org-complete-tags-always-offer-all-agenda-tags.
(Column attributes): Cross-reference special
properties.
(Column attributes): Cross-reference special properties.
2010-04-10 Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de>
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