Commit 76162e12 authored by Dave Love's avatar Dave Love
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Remove references to rassoc, delete, expt.

parent a599ac7c
2000-03-07 Dave Love <fx@gnu.org>
* emacs-lisp/cl.el: Remove expt, delete, rassoc from autoloads
lists.
* files.el (auto-mode-alist): Add configure.in.
* progmodes/autoconf.el: New file.
2000-03-07 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
* mail/mh-e.el: Change maintainer to `none'.
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......@@ -300,8 +300,8 @@ by @code{cl-}. Here is a complete list of functions @emph{not}
prefixed by @code{cl-} which were not taken from Common Lisp:
@example
member delete remove remq
rassoc floatp-safe lexical-let lexical-let*
member remove remq
floatp-safe lexical-let lexical-let*
callf callf2 letf letf*
defsubst* defalias add-hook eval-when-compile
@end example
......@@ -3419,7 +3419,7 @@ which were left out of Emacs Lisp.
@menu
* Predicates on Numbers:: `plusp', `oddp', `floatp-safe', etc.
* Numerical Functions:: `abs', `expt', `floor*', etc.
* Numerical Functions:: `abs', `floor*', etc.
* Random Numbers:: `random*', `make-random-state'
* Implementation Parameters:: `most-positive-fixnum', `most-positive-float'
@end menu
......@@ -4523,13 +4523,6 @@ This function searches for an element whose @code{cdr} matches
the inverse of the mapping to @var{item}.
@end defun
@defun rassoc item a-list
This function searches like @code{rassoc*} with a @code{:test}
argument of @code{equal}. It is analogous to Emacs Lisp's
standard @code{assoc} function, which derives from the MacLisp
rather than the Common Lisp tradition.
@end defun
@findex assoc-if
@findex assoc-if-not
@findex rassoc-if
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