Commit 7850b762 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Adjudicate review comments for the "Text" chapter of user manual

* doc/emacs/text.texi (Text): Rearrange text for clarity.  Add
cross-reference to the Org manual.  Make the cross-reference to
Outline Mode appear in online manuals as well (the conditional was
a forgotten remnant from time immemoriam).
(Paragraphs): Add a note that 'paragraph-start' and
'paragraph-separate' should not be anchored.
(Auto Fill): Remove redundant text.  Suggested by Petteri
Hintsanen <petterih@iki.fi> in emacs-manual-bugs@gnu.org.
parent d7d3b14a
......@@ -22,13 +22,17 @@ are also often useful for editing programs.
the file contains ordinary text, use Text mode, which customizes Emacs
in small ways for the syntactic conventions of text. Outline mode
provides special commands for operating on text with an outline
structure. Org mode extends Outline mode and turn Emacs into a
full-fledged organizer: you can manage TODO lists, store notes and
publish them in many formats.
structure. @xref{Outline Mode}.
@iftex
@xref{Outline Mode}.
@end iftex
Org mode extends Outline mode and turns Emacs into a full-fledged
organizer: you can manage TODO lists, store notes and publish them in
many formats.
@ifinfo
@xref{Top, The Org Manual,,org, The Org Manual}.
@end ifinfo
@ifnotinfo
See the Org Info manual, which is distributed with Emacs.
@end ifnotinfo
@cindex nXML mode
@cindex mode, XML
......@@ -324,6 +328,12 @@ that start a new paragraph and are contained in it must match only
in Fundamental mode, @code{paragraph-start} is @w{@code{"\f\\|[
\t]*$"}}, and @code{paragraph-separate} is @w{@code{"[ \t\f]*$"}}.
Note that @code{paragraph-start} and @code{paragraph-separate} are
matched against the text at the left margin, which is not necessarily
the beginning of the line, so these regexps should not use @samp{^} as
an anchor, to ensure that the paragraph functions will work equally
within a region of text indented by a margin setting.
@node Pages
@section Pages
......@@ -479,8 +489,8 @@ text.
@cindex mode, Auto Fill
@dfn{Auto Fill} mode is a buffer-local minor mode (@pxref{Minor
Modes}) in which lines are broken automatically when they become too
wide. Breaking happens only when you type a @key{SPC} or @key{RET}.
Modes}) in which lines are broken automatically at spaces when the
line becomes too wide.
@table @kbd
@item M-x auto-fill-mode
......@@ -492,14 +502,12 @@ In Auto Fill mode, break lines when appropriate.
@findex auto-fill-mode
The mode command @kbd{M-x auto-fill-mode} toggles Auto Fill mode in
the current buffer. With a positive numeric argument, it enables Auto
Fill mode, and with a negative argument it disables it. If
@code{auto-fill-mode} is called from Lisp with an omitted or
@code{nil} argument, it enables Auto Fill mode. To enable Auto Fill
mode automatically in certain major modes, add @code{auto-fill-mode}
to the mode hooks (@pxref{Major Modes}). When Auto Fill mode is
enabled, the mode indicator @samp{Fill} appears in the mode line
(@pxref{Mode Line}).
the current buffer. Like any other minor mode, with a positive
numeric argument, it enables Auto Fill mode, and with a negative
argument it disables it. To enable Auto Fill mode automatically in
certain major modes, add @code{auto-fill-mode} to the mode hooks
(@pxref{Major Modes}). When Auto Fill mode is enabled, the mode
indicator @samp{Fill} appears in the mode line (@pxref{Mode Line}).
Auto Fill mode breaks lines automatically at spaces whenever they
get longer than the desired width. This line breaking occurs only
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