Commit 735135f9 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert
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Spelling fixes.

parent be636386
...@@ -212,7 +212,7 @@ section-dictionary ...@@ -212,7 +212,7 @@ section-dictionary
; ;
dictionary-entry-list dictionary-entry-list
: ;; emtpy : ;; empty
() ()
| dictionary-entry-list dictionary-entry | dictionary-entry-list dictionary-entry
(append $1 $2) (append $1 $2)
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...@@ -1065,7 +1065,7 @@ present. ...@@ -1065,7 +1065,7 @@ present.
Type @kbd{M-x delete-trailing-whitespace} to delete all trailing Type @kbd{M-x delete-trailing-whitespace} to delete all trailing
whitespace. This command deletes all extra spaces at the end of each whitespace. This command deletes all extra spaces at the end of each
line in the buffer, and all empty lines at the end of the buffer; to line in the buffer, and all empty lines at the end of the buffer; to
ignore the latter, change the varaible @code{delete-trailing-lines} to ignore the latter, change the variable @code{delete-trailing-lines} to
@code{nil}. If the region is active, the command instead deletes @code{nil}. If the region is active, the command instead deletes
extra spaces at the end of each line in the region. extra spaces at the end of each line in the region.
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...@@ -1952,7 +1952,7 @@ position such events have. ...@@ -1952,7 +1952,7 @@ position such events have.
@defun posnp object @defun posnp object
This function returns non-@code{nil} if @var{object} is a mouse This function returns non-@code{nil} if @var{object} is a mouse
oposition list, in either of the formats documented in @ref{Click position list, in either of the formats documented in @ref{Click
Events}); and @code{nil} otherwise. Events}); and @code{nil} otherwise.
@end defun @end defun
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...@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@ The message is @samp{No catch for tag}. @xref{Catch and Throw}. ...@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@ The message is @samp{No catch for tag}. @xref{Catch and Throw}.
@ignore @ignore
@c Not actually used for anything? Probably definition should be removed. @c Not actually used for anything? Probably definition should be removed.
@item protected-field @item protected-field
The message is @samp{Attempt to modify a protected fiel. The message is @samp{Attempt to modify a protected file}.
@end ignore @end ignore
@item scan-error @item scan-error
...@@ -205,7 +205,7 @@ of @code{domain-error}. ...@@ -205,7 +205,7 @@ of @code{domain-error}.
The message is @code{Arithmetic range error}. The message is @code{Arithmetic range error}.
@item singularity-error @item singularity-error
The mssage is @samp{Arithmetic singularity error}. This is a The message is @samp{Arithmetic singularity error}. This is a
subcategory of @code{domain-error}. subcategory of @code{domain-error}.
@item underflow-error @item underflow-error
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...@@ -302,7 +302,7 @@ that file to your target. ...@@ -302,7 +302,7 @@ that file to your target.
. a myprogram RET . a myprogram RET
@end example @end example
Note that these promps often have completion, so you can just press Note that these prompts often have completion, so you can just press
@kbd{TAB} to complete the name @file{myprogram}. @kbd{TAB} to complete the name @file{myprogram}.
If you had many files to add to the same target, you could mark them If you had many files to add to the same target, you could mark them
...@@ -785,7 +785,7 @@ also supports several debugging tools via @file{android.el}. ...@@ -785,7 +785,7 @@ also supports several debugging tools via @file{android.el}.
An arduino project of type @samp{ede-arduino-project} will read your An arduino project of type @samp{ede-arduino-project} will read your
@file{~/.arduino/preferences.txt} file, and identify your sketches. @file{~/.arduino/preferences.txt} file, and identify your sketches.
You will still need the Arduino IDE to set up your preferences and You will still need the Arduino IDE to set up your preferences and
locate your arduino. After quiting the IDE, Emacs will be able to locate your arduino. After quitting the IDE, Emacs will be able to
find your sketches, compile them, and upload them to your arduino. find your sketches, compile them, and upload them to your arduino.
If you have the @file{arduino} command on your path, @ede{} will be If you have the @file{arduino} command on your path, @ede{} will be
...@@ -1169,14 +1169,14 @@ Some example project types are: ...@@ -1169,14 +1169,14 @@ Some example project types are:
@table @code @table @code
@item project-am @item project-am
Autmake project which reads existing Automake files. Automake project which reads existing Automake files.
@item ede-proj-project @item ede-proj-project
This project type will create @file{Makefiles}, This project type will create @file{Makefiles},
or @file{Makefile.am} files to compile your project. or @file{Makefile.am} files to compile your project.
@item ede-linux @item ede-linux
This project type will detect linux source trees. This project type will detect linux source trees.
@item ede-emacs @item ede-emacs
This proejct will detect an Emacs source tree. This project will detect an Emacs source tree.
@end table @end table
There are several other project types as well. There are several other project types as well.
...@@ -1291,7 +1291,7 @@ it finds the top of the project. It does this by calling ...@@ -1291,7 +1291,7 @@ it finds the top of the project. It does this by calling
@code{ede-toplevel-project}. If this hasn't already been discovered, @code{ede-toplevel-project}. If this hasn't already been discovered,
the directories as scanned upward one at a time until a directory with the directories as scanned upward one at a time until a directory with
no project is found. The last found project becomes the project no project is found. The last found project becomes the project
root. If the ofund instance of @code{ede-project-autoload} has a root. If the found instance of @code{ede-project-autoload} has a
valid @code{proj-root} slot value, then that function is called instead valid @code{proj-root} slot value, then that function is called instead
of scanning the project by hand. Some project types have a short-cut of scanning the project by hand. Some project types have a short-cut
for determining the root of a project, so this comes in handy. for determining the root of a project, so this comes in handy.
...@@ -3331,7 +3331,7 @@ Bonus: Return a cons cell: (COMPILED . UPTODATE). ...@@ -3331,7 +3331,7 @@ Bonus: Return a cons cell: (COMPILED . UPTODATE).
@end deffn @end deffn
@deffn Method ede-proj-flush-autoconf :AFTER this @deffn Method ede-proj-flush-autoconf :AFTER this
Flush the configure file (current buffer) to accomodate @var{THIS}. Flush the configure file (current buffer) to accommodate @var{THIS}.
@end deffn @end deffn
@deffn Method ede-buffer-mine :AFTER this buffer @deffn Method ede-buffer-mine :AFTER this buffer
...@@ -3920,7 +3920,7 @@ Return the default macro to 'edit' for this object type. ...@@ -3920,7 +3920,7 @@ Return the default macro to 'edit' for this object type.
@end deffn @end deffn
@deffn Method project-compile-target-command :AFTER this @deffn Method project-compile-target-command :AFTER this
Default target t- use when compling a texinfo file. Default target to use when compiling a texinfo file.
@end deffn @end deffn
@deffn Method ede-documentation :AFTER this @deffn Method ede-documentation :AFTER this
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...@@ -595,7 +595,7 @@ This is the default. ...@@ -595,7 +595,7 @@ This is the default.
@item :depth-first @item :depth-first
Search for methods in the class hierarchy in a depth first order. Search for methods in the class hierarchy in a depth first order.
@item :c3 @item :c3
Searches for methods in in a learnarized way that most closely matches Searches for methods in in a linearized way that most closely matches
what CLOS does when a monotonic class structure is defined. what CLOS does when a monotonic class structure is defined.
@end table @end table
...@@ -1010,7 +1010,7 @@ This is the default. ...@@ -1010,7 +1010,7 @@ This is the default.
@item :depth-first @item :depth-first
Search for methods in the class hierarchy in a depth first order. Search for methods in the class hierarchy in a depth first order.
@item :c3 @item :c3
Searches for methods in in a learnarized way that most closely matches Searches for methods in in a linearized way that most closely matches
what CLOS does when CLOS when a monotonic class structure is defined. what CLOS does when CLOS when a monotonic class structure is defined.
This is derived from the Dylan language documents by This is derived from the Dylan language documents by
...@@ -1408,8 +1408,8 @@ provided. ...@@ -1408,8 +1408,8 @@ provided.
Read a persistent object from @var{filename}, and return it. Read a persistent object from @var{filename}, and return it.
Signal an error if the object in @var{FILENAME} is not a constructor Signal an error if the object in @var{FILENAME} is not a constructor
for @var{CLASS}. Optional @var{allow-subclass} says that it is ok for for @var{CLASS}. Optional @var{allow-subclass} says that it is ok for
@code{eieio-peristent-read} to load in subclasses of class instead of @code{eieio-persistent-read} to load in subclasses of class instead of
being pendantic." being pedantic.
@end defun @end defun
@node eieio-named @node eieio-named
...@@ -1564,9 +1564,9 @@ texinfo format by using the tools in the file @file{eieio-doc.el} ...@@ -1564,9 +1564,9 @@ texinfo format by using the tools in the file @file{eieio-doc.el}
@deffn Command eieiodoc-class class indexstring &optional skiplist @deffn Command eieiodoc-class class indexstring &optional skiplist
This will start at the current point, and created an indented menu of This will start at the current point, and create an indented menu of
all the child classes of, and including @var{class}, but skipping any all the child classes of, and including @var{class}, but skipping any
classes that might be in @var{skiplist} It will then create nodes for classes that might be in @var{skiplist}. It will then create nodes for
all these classes, subsection headings, and indexes. all these classes, subsection headings, and indexes.
Each class will be indexed using the texinfo labeled index Each class will be indexed using the texinfo labeled index
...@@ -1585,7 +1585,7 @@ where @var{indexstring} is replaced with the two letter code. ...@@ -1585,7 +1585,7 @@ where @var{indexstring} is replaced with the two letter code.
Next, an inheritance tree will be created listing all parents of that Next, an inheritance tree will be created listing all parents of that
section's class. section's class.
Then,all the slots will be expanded in tables, and described Then, all the slots will be expanded in tables, and described
using the documentation strings from the code. Default values will also using the documentation strings from the code. Default values will also
be displayed. Only those slots with @code{:initarg} specified will be be displayed. Only those slots with @code{:initarg} specified will be
expanded, others will be hidden. If a slot is inherited from a parent, expanded, others will be hidden. If a slot is inherited from a parent,
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...@@ -947,7 +947,7 @@ description on Worg}. ...@@ -947,7 +947,7 @@ description on Worg}.
Installing Info files is system dependent, because of differences in the Installing Info files is system dependent, because of differences in the
@file{install-info} program. The Info documentation is installed together @file{install-info} program. The Info documentation is installed together
with the rest of Org mode. If you don't install Org mode, it is possible to with the rest of Org mode. If you don't install Org mode, it is possible to
install the Info documentation seperately (you need to have install the Info documentation separately (you need to have
install-info@footnote{The output from install-info (if any) is system install-info@footnote{The output from install-info (if any) is system
dependent. In particular Debian and its derivatives use two different dependent. In particular Debian and its derivatives use two different
versions of install-info and you may see the message: versions of install-info and you may see the message:
...@@ -2671,13 +2671,13 @@ durations computations @ref{Durations and time values}. ...@@ -2671,13 +2671,13 @@ durations computations @ref{Durations and time values}.
@cindex Lisp forms, as table formulas @cindex Lisp forms, as table formulas
   
It is also possible to write a formula in Emacs Lisp. This can be useful It is also possible to write a formula in Emacs Lisp. This can be useful
for string manipulation and control structures, if Calc's functionality is for string manipulation and control structures, if Calc's functionality is
not enough. not enough.
   
If a formula starts with a single-quote followed by an opening parenthesis, If a formula starts with a single-quote followed by an opening parenthesis,
then it is evaluated as a Lisp form. The evaluation should return either a then it is evaluated as a Lisp form. The evaluation should return either a
string or a number. Just as with @file{calc} formulas, you can specify modes string or a number. Just as with @file{calc} formulas, you can specify modes
and a printf format after a semicolon. and a printf format after a semicolon.
   
With Emacs Lisp forms, you need to be conscious about the way field With Emacs Lisp forms, you need to be conscious about the way field
references are interpolated into the form. By default, a reference will be references are interpolated into the form. By default, a reference will be
...@@ -6114,7 +6114,7 @@ is only necessary if you edit the timestamps directly. If you change ...@@ -6114,7 +6114,7 @@ is only necessary if you edit the timestamps directly. If you change
them with @kbd{S-@key{cursor}} keys, the update is automatic. them with @kbd{S-@key{cursor}} keys, the update is automatic.
@orgcmd{C-S-@key{up/down},org-clock-timestamps-up/down} @orgcmd{C-S-@key{up/down},org-clock-timestamps-up/down}
On @code{CLOCK} log lines, increase/decrease both timestamps so that the On @code{CLOCK} log lines, increase/decrease both timestamps so that the
clock duration keeps the same. clock duration keeps the same.
@orgcmd{S-M-@key{up/down},org-timestamp-up/down} @orgcmd{S-M-@key{up/down},org-timestamp-up/down}
On @code{CLOCK} log lines, increase/decrease the timestamp at point and On @code{CLOCK} log lines, increase/decrease the timestamp at point and
the one of the previous (or the next clock) timestamp by the same duration. the one of the previous (or the next clock) timestamp by the same duration.
...@@ -16556,7 +16556,7 @@ rely on outline paths, in the hope that these will be unique enough.}. ...@@ -16556,7 +16556,7 @@ rely on outline paths, in the hope that these will be unique enough.}.
Finally, Org writes the file @file{index.org}, containing links to all other Finally, Org writes the file @file{index.org}, containing links to all other
files. @i{MobileOrg} first reads this file from the server, and then files. @i{MobileOrg} first reads this file from the server, and then
downloads all agendas and Org files listed in it. To speed up the download, downloads all agendas and Org files listed in it. To speed up the download,
MobileOrg will only read files whose checksums@footnote{Checksums are stored MobileOrg will only read files whose checksums@footnote{Checksums are stored
automatically in the file @file{checksums.dat}} have changed. automatically in the file @file{checksums.dat}} have changed.
   
@node Pulling from MobileOrg, , Pushing to MobileOrg, MobileOrg @node Pulling from MobileOrg, , Pushing to MobileOrg, MobileOrg
...@@ -16704,7 +16704,7 @@ on @file{org-element.el} and @file{org-export.el} has been outstanding, and ...@@ -16704,7 +16704,7 @@ on @file{org-element.el} and @file{org-export.el} has been outstanding, and
opened the doors for many new ideas and features. opened the doors for many new ideas and features.
   
@item Jambunathan K @item Jambunathan K
Jambunathan contributed the ODT exporter, definitly a killer feature of Jambunathan contributed the ODT exporter, definitely a killer feature of
Org mode. He also contributed the new HTML exporter, which is another core Org mode. He also contributed the new HTML exporter, which is another core
feature of Org. Here too, I knew I could rely on him to fix bugs in these feature of Org. Here too, I knew I could rely on him to fix bugs in these
areas and to patiently explain the users what was the problems and solutions. areas and to patiently explain the users what was the problems and solutions.
...@@ -16712,7 +16712,7 @@ areas and to patiently explain the users what was the problems and solutions. ...@@ -16712,7 +16712,7 @@ areas and to patiently explain the users what was the problems and solutions.
@item Achim Gratz @item Achim Gratz
Achim rewrote the building process of Org, turning some @emph{ad hoc} tools Achim rewrote the building process of Org, turning some @emph{ad hoc} tools
into a flexible and conceptually clean process. He patiently coped with the into a flexible and conceptually clean process. He patiently coped with the
many hicups that such a change can create for users. many hiccups that such a change can create for users.
   
@item Nick Dokos @item Nick Dokos
The Org mode mailing list would not be such a nice place without Nick, who The Org mode mailing list would not be such a nice place without Nick, who
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...@@ -65,12 +65,12 @@ See http://orgmode.org/elpa/ ...@@ -65,12 +65,12 @@ See http://orgmode.org/elpa/
*** Org Element *** Org Element
=org-element.el= is a toolbox for parsing and analysing "elements" =org-element.el= is a toolbox for parsing and analyzing "elements"
in an Org-mode buffer. This has been written by Nicolas Goaziou in an Org-mode buffer. This has been written by Nicolas Goaziou
and has been tested for quite some time. It is now part of Org's and has been tested for quite some time. It is now part of Org's
core and many core functions rely on this package. core and many core functions rely on this package.
Two functions might be particularily handy for users: Two functions might be particularly handy for users:
=org-element-at-point= and =org-element-context=. =org-element-at-point= and =org-element-context=.
See the docstrings for more details. See the docstrings for more details.
...@@ -539,7 +539,7 @@ supported. ...@@ -539,7 +539,7 @@ supported.
**** =:results org= now put results in a =#+BEGIN_SRC org= block **** =:results org= now put results in a =#+BEGIN_SRC org= block
=:results org= used to put results in a =#+BEGIN_ORG= block but it now puts =:results org= used to put results in a =#+BEGIN_ORG= block but it now puts
results in a =#+BEGIN_SRC org= block, wich comma-escaped lines. results in a =#+BEGIN_SRC org= block, with comma-escaped lines.
=#+BEGIN_ORG= blocks are obsolete. =#+BEGIN_ORG= blocks are obsolete.
...@@ -552,7 +552,7 @@ It used to exports the results of the code. ...@@ -552,7 +552,7 @@ It used to exports the results of the code.
**** New menu entry for [[doc::org-refile][org-refile]] **** New menu entry for [[doc::org-refile][org-refile]]
**** Allow capturing to encrypted entries **** Allow capturing to encrypted entries
If you capture to an encrypted entry, it will be decrpyted before If you capture to an encrypted entry, it will be decrypted before
inserting the template then re-encrypted after finalizing the capture. inserting the template then re-encrypted after finalizing the capture.
**** Inactive timestamps are now handled in tables **** Inactive timestamps are now handled in tables
...@@ -932,7 +932,7 @@ that Calc formulas can operate on them. ...@@ -932,7 +932,7 @@ that Calc formulas can operate on them.
**** org-gnus.el now allows link creation from messages **** org-gnus.el now allows link creation from messages
You can now create links from messages. This is particularily You can now create links from messages. This is particularly
useful when the user wants to stored messages that he sends, for useful when the user wants to stored messages that he sends, for
later check. Thanks to Ulf Stegemann for the patch. later check. Thanks to Ulf Stegemann for the patch.
...@@ -1115,7 +1115,7 @@ that Calc formulas can operate on them. ...@@ -1115,7 +1115,7 @@ that Calc formulas can operate on them.
*** Completion *** Completion
**** In-buffer completion is now done using John Wiegleys pcomplete.el **** In-buffer completion is now done using John Wiegley's pcomplete.el
Thanks to John Wiegley for much of this code. Thanks to John Wiegley for much of this code.
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...@@ -458,7 +458,7 @@ _GL_WARN_ON_USE (posix_openpt, "posix_openpt is not portable - " ...@@ -458,7 +458,7 @@ _GL_WARN_ON_USE (posix_openpt, "posix_openpt is not portable - "
/* Return the pathname of the pseudo-terminal slave associated with /* Return the pathname of the pseudo-terminal slave associated with
the master FD is open on, or NULL on errors. */ the master FD is open on, or NULL on errors. */
# if @REPLACE_PTSNAME@ # if @REPLACE_PTSNAME@
# if !(defined __cplusplus && defined GNULIB_NAMESPCE) # if !(defined __cplusplus && defined GNULIB_NAMESPACE)
# undef ptsname # undef ptsname
# define ptsname rpl_ptsname # define ptsname rpl_ptsname
# endif # endif
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...@@ -8347,7 +8347,8 @@ ...@@ -8347,7 +8347,8 @@
   
2012-03-18 Leo Liu <sdl.web@gmail.com> 2012-03-18 Leo Liu <sdl.web@gmail.com>
   
* net/rcirc.el (rcirc-cmd-quit): Allow quiting all servers with prefix. * net/rcirc.el (rcirc-cmd-quit): Allow quitting all servers with
prefix.
   
2012-03-17 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org> 2012-03-17 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
   
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...@@ -5492,7 +5492,7 @@ ...@@ -5492,7 +5492,7 @@
   
2003-02-14 Dave Love <fx@gnu.org> 2003-02-14 Dave Love <fx@gnu.org>
   
* international/code-pages.el: Undo `Trailing whitepace deleted.' * international/code-pages.el: Undo `Trailing whitespace deleted.'
damage. damage.
(cp1125, mik): Nullify mime-charset. (cp1125, mik): Nullify mime-charset.
   
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...@@ -1358,13 +1358,13 @@ Return the first non-nil value returned by PROC." ...@@ -1358,13 +1358,13 @@ Return the first non-nil value returned by PROC."
(defmethod ede-system-include-path ((this ede-project)) (defmethod ede-system-include-path ((this ede-project))
"Get the system include path used by project THIS." "Get the system include path used by project THIS."
nil) nil)
(defmethod ede-system-include-path ((this ede-target)) (defmethod ede-system-include-path ((this ede-target))
"Get the system include path used by project THIS." "Get the system include path used by project THIS."
nil) nil)
(defmethod ede-source-paths ((this ede-project) mode) (defmethod ede-source-paths ((this ede-project) mode)
"Get the base to all source trees in the current projet for MODE. "Get the base to all source trees in the current project for MODE.
For example, <root>/src for sources of c/c++, Java, etc, For example, <root>/src for sources of c/c++, Java, etc,
and <root>/doc for doc sources." and <root>/doc for doc sources."
nil) nil)
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...@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ into memory.") ...@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ into memory.")
;; Add new types of dirmatches here. ;; Add new types of dirmatches here.
;; Error for wierd stuff ;; Error for weird stuff
(t (error "Unknown dirmatch type."))))) (t (error "Unknown dirmatch type.")))))
...@@ -285,7 +285,7 @@ the current buffer." ...@@ -285,7 +285,7 @@ the current buffer."
;; If this file DOES NOT match dirmatch, we set the callfcn ;; If this file DOES NOT match dirmatch, we set the callfcn
;; to nil, meaning don't load the ede support file for this ;; to nil, meaning don't load the ede support file for this
;; type of project. If it does match, we will load the file ;; type of project. If it does match, we will load the file
;; and use a more accurate programatic match from there. ;; and use a more accurate programmatic match from there.
(unless (ede-project-dirmatch-p file dirmatch) (unless (ede-project-dirmatch-p file dirmatch)
(setq callfcn nil)))) (setq callfcn nil))))
;; Call into the project support file for a match. ;; Call into the project support file for a match.
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...@@ -165,7 +165,7 @@ items such as CHECK_HEADERS." ...@@ -165,7 +165,7 @@ items such as CHECK_HEADERS."
(setq param (substring param (match-end 0)))) (setq param (substring param (match-end 0))))
(when (string-match "\\s-*\\]?\\s-*\\'" param) (when (string-match "\\s-*\\]?\\s-*\\'" param)
(setq param (substring param 0 (match-beginning 0)))) (setq param (substring param 0 (match-beginning 0))))
;; Look for occurances of backslash newline ;; Look for occurrences of backslash newline
(while (string-match "\\s-*\\\\\\s-*\n\\s-*" param) (while (string-match "\\s-*\\\\\\s-*\n\\s-*" param)
(setq param (replace-match " " t t param))) (setq param (replace-match " " t t param)))
param) param)
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...@@ -348,7 +348,7 @@ Optional argument RESERVED is saved for later use." ...@@ -348,7 +348,7 @@ Optional argument RESERVED is saved for later use."
;;;###autoload ;;;###autoload
(defun inversion-require-emacs (emacs-ver xemacs-ver sxemacs-ver) (defun inversion-require-emacs (emacs-ver xemacs-ver sxemacs-ver)
"Declare that you need either EMACS-VER, XEMACS-VER or SXEMACE-ver. "Declare that you need either EMACS-VER, XEMACS-VER or SXEMACS-ver.
Only checks one based on which kind of Emacs is being run." Only checks one based on which kind of Emacs is being run."
(let ((err (inversion-test 'emacs (let ((err (inversion-test 'emacs
(cond ((featurep 'sxemacs) (cond ((featurep 'sxemacs)
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...@@ -390,7 +390,7 @@ Pulls out the symbol list, and call `semantic-c-convert-spp-value-to-hideif-valu ...@@ -390,7 +390,7 @@ Pulls out the symbol list, and call `semantic-c-convert-spp-value-to-hideif-valu
;; can then interpret. ;; can then interpret.
(let ((stream (semantic-lex-spp-symbol-stream spp-symbol))) (let ((stream (semantic-lex-spp-symbol-stream spp-symbol)))
(cond (cond
;; Empyt string means defined, so t. ;; Empty string means defined, so t.
((null stream) t) ((null stream) t)
;; A list means a parsed macro stream. ;; A list means a parsed macro stream.
((listp stream) ((listp stream)
...@@ -515,7 +515,7 @@ code to parse." ...@@ -515,7 +515,7 @@ code to parse."
;; should be skipped. ;; should be skipped.
(semantic-c-skip-conditional-section) (semantic-c-skip-conditional-section)
(setq semantic-lex-end-point (point)) (setq semantic-lex-end-point (point))
;; @TODO -somewhere around here, we also need to skip ;; @TODO -somewhere around here, we also need to skip
;; other sections of the conditional. ;; other sections of the conditional.
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...@@ -1555,7 +1555,7 @@ number of completions initially. Pressing TAB will show the ...@@ -1555,7 +1555,7 @@ number of completions initially. Pressing TAB will show the
extended set. extended set.
Quiet: Only show completions when we have narrowed all Quiet: Only show completions when we have narrowed all
posibilities down to a maximum of possibilities down to a maximum of
`semantic-displayor-tooltip-initial-max-tags' tags. Pressing TAB `semantic-displayor-tooltip-initial-max-tags' tags. Pressing TAB
multiple times will also show completions. multiple times will also show completions.
...@@ -2239,4 +2239,3 @@ will perform the completion." ...@@ -2239,4 +2239,3 @@ will perform the completion."
;; End: ;; End:
;;; semantic/complete.el ends here ;;; semantic/complete.el ends here
...@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ in a GNU Global supported hierarchy. ...@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ in a GNU Global supported hierarchy.
Two sanity checks are performed to assure (a) that GNU global program exists Two sanity checks are performed to assure (a) that GNU global program exists
and (b) that the GNU global program version is compatibility with the database and (b) that the GNU global program version is compatibility with the database
version. If optional NOERROR is nil, then an error may be signalled on version version. If optional NOERROR is nil, then an error may be signalled on version
mismatch. If NOERROR is not nil, then no error will be signlled. Instead mismatch. If NOERROR is not nil, then no error will be signaled. Instead
return value will indicate success or failure with non-nil or nil respective return value will indicate success or failure with non-nil or nil respective
values." values."
(interactive (interactive
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...@@ -584,7 +584,7 @@ If there isn't one, create it. ...@@ -584,7 +584,7 @@ If there isn't one, create it.
(dolist (P path) (dolist (P path)
(condition-case nil (condition-case nil
(oset P pointmax nil) (oset P pointmax nil)
;; Pointmax may not exist for all tables disovered in the ;; Pointmax may not exist for all tables discovered in the
;; path. ;; path.
(error nil)) (error nil))
(semantic-reset (semanticdb-get-typecache P))))) (semantic-reset (semanticdb-get-typecache P)))))
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...@@ -589,7 +589,7 @@ This means that Semantic cannot find a file associated with this tag ...@@ -589,7 +589,7 @@ This means that Semantic cannot find a file associated with this tag
on disk, but a database table of tags has been associated with it. on disk, but a database table of tags has been associated with it.
This means that the include will still be used to find tags for This means that the include will still be used to find tags for
searches, but you connot visit this include.\n\n") searches, but you cannot visit this include.\n\n")
(princ "This Header is now represented by the following database table:\n\n ") (princ "This Header is now represented by the following database table:\n\n ")
(princ (object-print table)) (princ (object-print table))
))) )))
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