Commit 7da31552 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Fix typos.

parent 2b192902
2006-10-19 Stuart D. Herring <herring@lanl.gov>
* widget.texi: Fix typos.
2006-10-19 Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de>
* tramp.texi (Frequently Asked Questions): Remove questions marked with
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......@@ -909,7 +909,7 @@ Syntax:
The component types specify the choices, with one radio button for
each. The widget's value will be that of the chosen @var{type}
argument. This widget matches any value that matching at least one of
argument. This widget matches any value that matches at least one of
the specified @var{type} arguments.
The following extra properties are recognized.
......@@ -1351,8 +1351,8 @@ and @sc{cdr} have two specified types. It uses this syntax:
@end deffn
@deffn Widget choice
The @code{choice} widget specifies a set of values that match any one
of a fixed set of types. Its syntax is as follows:
The value matched by a @code{choice} widget must have one of a fixed
set of types. The widget's syntax is as follows:
@example
@var{type} ::= (choice [@var{keyword} @var{argument}]... @var{type} ... )
......@@ -1384,12 +1384,12 @@ a number.
The above suffice for specifying fixed size lists and vectors. To get
variable length lists and vectors, you can use a @code{choice},
@code{set}, or @code{repeat} widget together with the @code{:inline}
keyword. If any component of a composite widget has the @code{:inline}
keyword set, its value must be a list which will then be spliced into
the composite. For example, to specify a list whose first element must
be a file name, and whose remaining elements should either be the
symbol @code{t} or two files, you can use the following widget
specification:
keyword. If any component of a composite widget has the
@code{:inline} keyword set, its value must be a list which will then
be spliced into the composite. For example, to specify a list whose
first element must be a file name, and whose remaining elements should
either be the symbol @code{t} or two strings (file names), you can use
the following widget specification:
@example
(list file
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