Commit 72c2a4c1 authored by Karl Heuer's avatar Karl Heuer

Many doc fixes.

parent 99ae9e9f
......@@ -56,7 +56,8 @@
;; minor mode, or disable it.
;; If you want only some of these characters to serve as accents,
;; set iso-accents-enable to the list of characters that should be special.
;; add a language to iso-languages which specifies the accent characters
;; that you want, then select the language with iso-accents-customize.
;;; Code:
......@@ -114,10 +115,11 @@ Each element of the list is of the form (LANGUAGE ENABLE LIST).
LANGUAGE is a string naming the language.
ENABLE is a list of characters that will be used as accent prefixes.
It will be the value of the iso-accents-enable variable.
It will be the value of the `iso-accents-enable' variable
if you select this language.
LIST is a list of accent translations. It will be the value of the
iso-accents-list variable.")
`iso-accents-list' variable.")
(defvar iso-language nil
"Language for which ISO Accents mode is currently customized.
......@@ -178,8 +180,10 @@ See the function `iso-accents-mode'.")
(defvar iso-accents-enable nil
"*List of accent keys that become prefixes in ISO Accents mode.
The default is (?' ?` ?^ ?\" ?~ ?/), which contains all the supported
accent keys. For certain languages, you might want to remove some of
those characters that are not actually used.")
accent keys. For certain languages, it is better to use a subset of
the accent characters. Do not set this variable directly;
instead, define a language in `iso-languages' and then specify that
language with `iso-accents-customize'.")
;; It is a matter of taste if you want the minor mode indicated
;; in the mode line...
......@@ -197,9 +201,8 @@ When Iso-accents mode is enabled, accent character keys
\(`, ', \", ^, / and ~) do not self-insert; instead, they modify the following
letter key so that it inserts an ISO accented letter.
The variable `iso-accents-enable' specifies the list of characters to
enable as accents. If you don't need all of them, remove the ones you
don't need from that list.
You can customize ISO Accents mode to a particular language
with the command `iso-accents-customize'.
Special combinations: ~c gives a c with cedilla,
~d gives an Icelandic eth (d with dash).
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