Commit 7404c0d4 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Write "Lisp" properly. Other cleanups.

parent 9bae34bf
...@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ when you run configure. This requires Gtk+ 2.0 or newer. This port ...@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ when you run configure. This requires Gtk+ 2.0 or newer. This port
provides a way to display multilingual text in menus (with some caveats). provides a way to display multilingual text in menus (with some caveats).
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** The `emacsserver' program has been removed, replaced with elisp code. ** The `emacsserver' program has been removed, replaced with Lisp code.
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** By default, Emacs now uses a setgid helper program to update game ** By default, Emacs now uses a setgid helper program to update game
...@@ -2300,7 +2300,7 @@ not executing. ...@@ -2300,7 +2300,7 @@ not executing.
Minor Improvements Minor Improvements
*** The STARTTLS elisp wrapper (starttls.el) can now use GNUTLS *** The STARTTLS wrapper (starttls.el) can now use GNUTLS
instead of the OpenSSL based "starttls" tool. For backwards instead of the OpenSSL based "starttls" tool. For backwards
compatibility, it prefers "starttls", but you can toggle compatibility, it prefers "starttls", but you can toggle
`starttls-use-gnutls' to switch to GNUTLS (or simply remove the `starttls-use-gnutls' to switch to GNUTLS (or simply remove the
...@@ -2806,7 +2806,7 @@ using strokes as an input method. ...@@ -2806,7 +2806,7 @@ using strokes as an input method.
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*** The `emacsclient' command understands the options `--eval' and *** The `emacsclient' command understands the options `--eval' and
`--display' which tell Emacs respectively to evaluate the given elisp `--display' which tell Emacs respectively to evaluate the given Lisp
expression and to use the given display when visiting files. expression and to use the given display when visiting files.
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...@@ -3891,9 +3891,9 @@ create a stream or datagram server inside emacs. ...@@ -3891,9 +3891,9 @@ create a stream or datagram server inside emacs.
To test for the availability of a given feature, use featurep like this: To test for the availability of a given feature, use featurep like this:
(featurep 'make-network-process '(:type datagram)) (featurep 'make-network-process '(:type datagram))
*** Original open-network-stream is now emulated using make-network-process. *** The old `open-network-stream' now uses `make-network-process'.
*** New function open-network-stream-nowait. *** New function `open-network-stream-nowait'.
This function initiates a non-blocking connect and returns immediately This function initiates a non-blocking connect and returns immediately
without waiting for the connection to be established. It takes the without waiting for the connection to be established. It takes the
...@@ -3901,21 +3901,21 @@ filter and sentinel functions as arguments; when the non-blocking ...@@ -3901,21 +3901,21 @@ filter and sentinel functions as arguments; when the non-blocking
connect completes, the sentinel is called with a status string connect completes, the sentinel is called with a status string
matching "open" or "failed". matching "open" or "failed".
*** New function open-network-stream-server. *** New function `open-network-stream-server'.
This function creates a network server process for a TCP service. This function creates a network server process for a TCP service.
When a client connects to the specified service, a new subprocess When a client connects to the specified service, a new subprocess
is created to handle the new connection, and the sentinel function is created to handle the new connection, and the sentinel function
is called for the new process. is called for the new process.
*** New functions process-datagram-address and set-process-datagram-address. *** New functions `process-datagram-address', `set-process-datagram-address'.
These functions are used with datagram-based network processes to get These functions are used with datagram-based network processes to get
and set the current address of the remote partner. and set the current address of the remote partner.
*** New function format-network-address. *** New function `format-network-address'.
This function reformats the lisp representation of a network address This function reformats the Lisp representation of a network address
to a printable string. For example, an IP address A.B.C.D and port to a printable string. For example, an IP address A.B.C.D and port
number P is represented as a five element vector [A B C D P], and the number P is represented as a five element vector [A B C D P], and the
printable string returned for this vector is "A.B.C.D:P". See the doc printable string returned for this vector is "A.B.C.D:P". See the doc
...@@ -4617,7 +4617,7 @@ efficient. Since byte code from recent versions of XEmacs won't ...@@ -4617,7 +4617,7 @@ efficient. Since byte code from recent versions of XEmacs won't
generally run in Emacs and vice versa, this optimization doesn't lose generally run in Emacs and vice versa, this optimization doesn't lose
you anything. you anything.
*** The local variable `no-byte-compile' in elisp files is now obeyed. *** The local variable `no-byte-compile' in Lisp files is now obeyed.
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*** When a Lisp file uses CL functions at run-time, compiling the file *** When a Lisp file uses CL functions at run-time, compiling the file
...@@ -10688,8 +10688,8 @@ can make FCC copies more closely resemble copies that recipients get ...@@ -10688,8 +10688,8 @@ can make FCC copies more closely resemble copies that recipients get
**** you can specify an arbitrary function for actually transmitting **** you can specify an arbitrary function for actually transmitting
the message; included in feedmail are interfaces for /bin/[r]mail, the message; included in feedmail are interfaces for /bin/[r]mail,
/usr/lib/sendmail, and elisp smtpmail; it's easy to write a new /usr/lib/sendmail, and Emacs Lisp smtpmail; it's easy to write a new
function for something else (10-20 lines of elisp) function for something else (10-20 lines of Lisp code).
** Dired changes ** Dired changes
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