Commit 846d7db2 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(Emacs Server): Fix the command for setting server-name.

Add an xref to Invoking emacsclient.

(Help Summary): Clarify when "C-h ." will do something nontrivial.
(Apropos): Add cindex entry for apropos-sort-by-scores.
parent ee7a5ccb
......@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ Display the Info documentation on symbol @var{symbol} according to the
programming language you are editing (@code{info-lookup-symbol}).
@item C-h .
Display a help message associated with special text areas, such as
links (@code{display-local-help}).
links in @samp{*Help*} buffers (@code{display-local-help}).
@end table
@node Key Help
......@@ -332,6 +332,7 @@ check them.
above all behave as if they had been given a prefix argument.
@vindex apropos-sort-by-scores
@cindex apropos search results, order by score
By default, Apropos lists the search results in alphabetical order.
If the variable @code{apropos-sort-by-scores} is non-@code{nil},
Apropos tries to guess the relevance of each result, and displays the
......@@ -1251,9 +1251,9 @@ kills it if the file name matches the regular expression
You can run multiple Emacs servers on the same machine by giving
each one a unique ``server name'', using the variable
@code{server-name}. For example, @kbd{M-x set-variable RET
server-name RET foo} sets the server name to @samp{foo}. The
server-name RET foo RET} sets the server name to @samp{foo}. The
@code{emacsclient} program can visit a server by name using the
@samp{-s} option.
@samp{-s} option. @xref{Invoking emacsclient}.
While @code{mail} or another application is waiting for
@code{emacsclient} to finish, @code{emacsclient} does not read terminal
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