Commit 7dde1a86 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

* doc/misc/cl.texi (For Clauses): Small fixes for frames and windows.

parent ff80efe7
2010-12-02 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* cl.texi (For Clauses): Small fixes for frames and windows.
2010-11-23 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
James Clark <none@example.com>
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......@@ -2494,15 +2494,18 @@ term restricts the search to just the specified property. The
@code{of} term may specify either a buffer or a string.
@item for @var{var} being the frames
This clause iterates over all frames, i.e., X window system windows
open on Emacs files. The
clause @code{screens} is a synonym for @code{frames}. The frames
are visited in @code{next-frame} order starting from
@code{selected-frame}.
This clause iterates over all Emacs frames. The clause @code{screens} is
a synonym for @code{frames}. The frames are visited in
@code{next-frame} order starting from @code{selected-frame}.
@item for @var{var} being the windows [of @var{frame}]
This clause iterates over the windows (in the Emacs sense) of
the current frame, or of the specified @var{frame}.
the current frame, or of the specified @var{frame}. It visits windows
in @code{next-window} order starting from @code{selected-window}
(or @code{frame-selected-window} if you specify @var{frame}).
This clause treats the minibuffer window in the same way as
@code{next-window} does. For greater flexibility, consider using
@code{walk-windows} instead.
@item for @var{var} being the buffers
This clause iterates over all buffers in Emacs. It is equivalent
......@@ -5322,6 +5325,3 @@ recursion.
@bye
@ignore
arch-tag: b61e7200-3bfa-4a70-a9d3-095e152696f8
@end ignore
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