Commit 891ea408 authored by Bill Wohler's avatar Bill Wohler
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(MH-BOOK-HOME): Change from http://www.ics.uci.edu/~mh/book/mh to

http://rand-mh.sourceforge.net/book/mh.
Replace .htm suffix with .html for MH book files.
(Using This Manual): Update key binding for getting relevant chapter
in Info from command key.
(Ranges): Fix itemx.
parent 22991a24
...@@ -5,6 +5,16 @@ ...@@ -5,6 +5,16 @@
* mh-e.texi (VERSION, EDITION, UPDATED, UPDATE-MONTH): Update for * mh-e.texi (VERSION, EDITION, UPDATED, UPDATE-MONTH): Update for
release 8.0. release 8.0.
2006-05-06 Bill Wohler <wohler@newt.com>
* mh-e.texi (MH-BOOK-HOME): Change from
http://www.ics.uci.edu/~mh/book/mh to
http://rand-mh.sourceforge.net/book/mh.
Replace .htm suffix with .html for MH book files.
(Using This Manual): Update key binding for getting relevant
chapter in Info from command key.
(Ranges): Fix itemx.
2006-05-06 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org> 2006-05-06 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* makefile.w32-in (emacs.dvi): * makefile.w32-in (emacs.dvi):
......
...@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ ...@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
@set UPDATE-MONTH May, 2006 @set UPDATE-MONTH May, 2006
@c Other variables. @c Other variables.
@set MH-BOOK-HOME http://www.ics.uci.edu/~mh/book/mh @set MH-BOOK-HOME http://rand-mh.sourceforge.net/book/mh
@set MH-E-HOME http://mh-e.sourceforge.net/ @set MH-E-HOME http://mh-e.sourceforge.net/
@c Copyright @c Copyright
...@@ -564,12 +564,12 @@ has packages for both of these. ...@@ -564,12 +564,12 @@ has packages for both of these.
If you've never run MH before, you need to run @command{install-mh} If you've never run MH before, you need to run @command{install-mh}
from the shell before you continue. This sets up your personal MH from the shell before you continue. This sets up your personal MH
environment@footnote{See the section environment@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/../overall/setup.htm, Setting Up MH} in the @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/../overall/setup.html, Setting Up MH} in the
MH book.}. If you don't, you'll be greeted with the error message: MH book.}. If you don't, you'll be greeted with the error message:
@samp{Install MH and run install-mh before running MH-E}. This is all @samp{Install MH and run install-mh before running MH-E}. This is all
you need to know about MH to use MH-E, but the more you know about MH, you need to know about MH to use MH-E, but the more you know about MH,
the more you can leverage its power. See the the more you can leverage its power. See the
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}, MH book} to learn more about MH. @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/../, MH book} to learn more about MH.
@cindex @samp{Path:} MH profile component @cindex @samp{Path:} MH profile component
@cindex MH profile @cindex MH profile
...@@ -763,10 +763,10 @@ message. Type @kbd{C-c C-c} now. That's all there is to it! ...@@ -763,10 +763,10 @@ message. Type @kbd{C-c C-c} now. That's all there is to it!
To read the mail you've just sent yourself, enter @kbd{M-x mh-rmail}. To read the mail you've just sent yourself, enter @kbd{M-x mh-rmail}.
This incorporates the new mail and puts the output from This incorporates the new mail and puts the output from
@command{inc}@footnote{See the section @command{inc}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.htm, Reading Mail: inc show next @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.html, Reading Mail: inc show next
prev} in the MH book.} (called @dfn{scan lines} after the MH program prev} in the MH book.} (called @dfn{scan lines} after the MH program
@command{scan}@footnote{See the section @command{scan}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/faswsprs.htm, Find and Specify with scan @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/faswsprs.html, Find and Specify with scan
pick Ranges Sequences} in the MH book.} which prints a one-line pick Ranges Sequences} in the MH book.} which prints a one-line
summary of each message) into a buffer called @samp{+inbox} whose summary of each message) into a buffer called @samp{+inbox} whose
major mode is MH-Folder. major mode is MH-Folder.
...@@ -1088,7 +1088,7 @@ i} to read this manual via Info. The online help is quite good; try ...@@ -1088,7 +1088,7 @@ i} to read this manual via Info. The online help is quite good; try
running @kbd{C-h C-h}. This brings up a list of available help topics, running @kbd{C-h C-h}. This brings up a list of available help topics,
one of which displays the documentation for a given key (like @kbd{C-h one of which displays the documentation for a given key (like @kbd{C-h
k C-n}). Another useful help feature is to view the manual section k C-n}). Another useful help feature is to view the manual section
that describes a given key (such as @kbd{C-h C-k i}). In addition, that describes a given key (such as @kbd{C-h K i}). In addition,
review @ref{Conventions}, if any of the GNU Emacs conventions are review @ref{Conventions}, if any of the GNU Emacs conventions are
strange to you. strange to you.
...@@ -1158,7 +1158,7 @@ mh-execute-commands @key{RET}}. If you write your own functions, ...@@ -1158,7 +1158,7 @@ mh-execute-commands @key{RET}}. If you write your own functions,
please do not prefix your symbols (variables and functions) with please do not prefix your symbols (variables and functions) with
@samp{mh-}. This prefix is reserved for the MH-E package. To avoid @samp{mh-}. This prefix is reserved for the MH-E package. To avoid
conflicts with existing MH-E symbols, use a prefix like @samp{my-} or conflicts with existing MH-E symbols, use a prefix like @samp{my-} or
your initials. your initials. (Unless, of course, your initials happen to be @emph{mh}!)
@menu @menu
* Options:: * Options::
...@@ -1252,7 +1252,7 @@ Indicates all messages in the range <num1> to <num2>, inclusive. The ...@@ -1252,7 +1252,7 @@ Indicates all messages in the range <num1> to <num2>, inclusive. The
range must be nonempty. range must be nonempty.
@c ------------------------- @c -------------------------
@item <num>:N @item <num>:N
@item <num>:+N @itemx <num>:+N
@itemx <num>:-N @itemx <num>:-N
Up to N messages beginning with (or ending with) message num. Num may Up to N messages beginning with (or ending with) message num. Num may
be any of the predefined symbols: first, prev, cur, next or last. be any of the predefined symbols: first, prev, cur, next or last.
...@@ -1459,8 +1459,8 @@ is an absolute pathname, the file is assumed to be in the ...@@ -1459,8 +1459,8 @@ is an absolute pathname, the file is assumed to be in the
@code{mh-progs} directory (@pxref{Getting Started}). You may also link @code{mh-progs} directory (@pxref{Getting Started}). You may also link
a file to @command{inc} that uses a different format (see a file to @command{inc} that uses a different format (see
@samp{mh-profile}(5), and sections @samp{mh-profile}(5), and sections
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.htm, Reading Mail: inc show next @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.html, Reading Mail: inc show next
prev} and @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mhstr.htm, MH Format Strings} in prev} and @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mhstr.html, MH Format Strings} in
the MH book). You'll then need to modify several variables the MH book). You'll then need to modify several variables
appropriately (@pxref{Scan Line Formats}). appropriately (@pxref{Scan Line Formats}).
...@@ -2169,7 +2169,7 @@ Default mhl Format} to get the same output as you would get if you ran ...@@ -2169,7 +2169,7 @@ Default mhl Format} to get the same output as you would get if you ran
@command{mhl} from the shell. If you have a format file that you want @command{mhl} from the shell. If you have a format file that you want
MH-E to use, you can set this option to @samp{Specify an mhl Format MH-E to use, you can set this option to @samp{Specify an mhl Format
File} and enter the name of your format file (@command{mhl}(1) or File} and enter the name of your format file (@command{mhl}(1) or
section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.htm#Usisho, Using mhl} in section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.html#Usisho, Using mhl} in
the MH book tells you how to write one). Your format file should the MH book tells you how to write one). Your format file should
specify a non-zero value for @samp{overflowoffset} to allow MH-E to specify a non-zero value for @samp{overflowoffset} to allow MH-E to
parse the header. Note that @command{mhl} is always used for printing parse the header. Note that @command{mhl} is always used for printing
...@@ -2291,9 +2291,9 @@ MH has the ability to display @dfn{@sc{mime}} (Multipurpose Internet ...@@ -2291,9 +2291,9 @@ MH has the ability to display @dfn{@sc{mime}} (Multipurpose Internet
Mail Extensions) messages which are simply messages with additional Mail Extensions) messages which are simply messages with additional
@dfn{body parts} or @dfn{attachments}. You can use the MH commands @dfn{body parts} or @dfn{attachments}. You can use the MH commands
@command{show}@footnote{See the section @command{show}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.htm, Reading Mail: inc show next @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.html, Reading Mail: inc show next
prev} in the MH book.} or @command{mhshow}@footnote{See the section prev} in the MH book.} or @command{mhshow}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.htm#ReMIMa, Reading MIME Mail} in @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.html#ReMIMa, Reading MIME Mail} in
the MH book.} from the shell to read @sc{mime} messages@footnote{You the MH book.} from the shell to read @sc{mime} messages@footnote{You
can call them directly from Emacs if you're running the X Window can call them directly from Emacs if you're running the X Window
System: type @kbd{M-! xterm -e mhshow @var{message-number}}. You can System: type @kbd{M-! xterm -e mhshow @var{message-number}}. You can
...@@ -2656,7 +2656,7 @@ use @kbd{D @key{BS}} (@code{mh-page-digest-backwards}). ...@@ -2656,7 +2656,7 @@ use @kbd{D @key{BS}} (@code{mh-page-digest-backwards}).
Another handy command is @kbd{D b} (@code{mh-burst-digest}). This Another handy command is @kbd{D b} (@code{mh-burst-digest}). This
command uses the MH command @command{burst}@footnote{See the section command uses the MH command @command{burst}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/burdig.htm, Bursting Messages} in the MH @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/burdig.html, Bursting Messages} in the MH
book.} to break out each message in the digest into its own message. book.} to break out each message in the digest into its own message.
Using this command, you can quickly delete unwanted messages, like Using this command, you can quickly delete unwanted messages, like
this: Once the digest is split up, toggle out of MH-Folder Show mode this: Once the digest is split up, toggle out of MH-Folder Show mode
...@@ -2867,7 +2867,7 @@ An alternative to using the @samp{ps-print} package is the command ...@@ -2867,7 +2867,7 @@ An alternative to using the @samp{ps-print} package is the command
@kbd{P l} (@code{mh-print-msg}) (the @i{l} is for @i{l}ine printer or @kbd{P l} (@code{mh-print-msg}) (the @i{l} is for @i{l}ine printer or
@i{l}pr). You can print all the messages in a range. The message is @i{l}pr). You can print all the messages in a range. The message is
formatted with @command{mhl}@footnote{See the section formatted with @command{mhl}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.htm#Usisho, Using mhl} in the MH @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.html#Usisho, Using mhl} in the MH
book.} and printed with the @command{lpr} command. book.} and printed with the @command{lpr} command.
@kindex P f @kindex P f
...@@ -3471,8 +3471,8 @@ bindings, for example: ...@@ -3471,8 +3471,8 @@ bindings, for example:
MH-E has analogies for each of the MH @command{folder} and MH-E has analogies for each of the MH @command{folder} and
@command{refile} commands@footnote{See the sections @command{refile} commands@footnote{See the sections
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/fol.htm#Youfol, Your Current Folder: @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/fol.html#Youfol, Your Current Folder:
folder} and @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/fol.htm#Movref, Moving and folder} and @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/fol.html#Movref, Moving and
Linking Messages: refile} in the MH book.}. To refile a message in Linking Messages: refile} in the MH book.}. To refile a message in
another folder, use the command @kbd{o} (@code{mh-refile-msg}) another folder, use the command @kbd{o} (@code{mh-refile-msg})
(mnemonic: ``output''). You are prompted for the folder name (mnemonic: ``output''). You are prompted for the folder name
...@@ -3720,7 +3720,7 @@ Use this hook with care. If there is a bug in your hook which returns ...@@ -3720,7 +3720,7 @@ Use this hook with care. If there is a bug in your hook which returns
The option @code{mh-sortm-args} holds extra arguments to pass on to The option @code{mh-sortm-args} holds extra arguments to pass on to
the command @command{sortm}@footnote{See the section the command @command{sortm}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sorsor.htm, Sorting Messages: sortm} in the @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sorsor.html, Sorting Messages: sortm} in the
MH book.} when a prefix argument is used with @kbd{F S}. Normally MH book.} when a prefix argument is used with @kbd{F S}. Normally
default arguments to @command{sortm} are specified in the MH profile. default arguments to @command{sortm} are specified in the MH profile.
This option may be used to provide an alternate view. For example, This option may be used to provide an alternate view. For example,
...@@ -4103,7 +4103,7 @@ recipients. ...@@ -4103,7 +4103,7 @@ recipients.
@vindex mh-reply-default-reply-to @vindex mh-reply-default-reply-to
Depending on your answer, @command{repl}@footnote{See the section Depending on your answer, @command{repl}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reprep.htm, Replying to Messages: repl} in @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reprep.html, Replying to Messages: repl} in
the MH book.} is given a different argument to form your reply. the MH book.} is given a different argument to form your reply.
Specifically, a choice of @kbd{from} or none at all runs @samp{repl Specifically, a choice of @kbd{from} or none at all runs @samp{repl
-nocc all}, and a choice of @kbd{to} runs @samp{repl -cc to}. Finally, -nocc all}, and a choice of @kbd{to} runs @samp{repl -cc to}. Finally,
...@@ -4133,7 +4133,7 @@ If you supply a prefix argument (as in @kbd{C-u r}), the message you ...@@ -4133,7 +4133,7 @@ If you supply a prefix argument (as in @kbd{C-u r}), the message you
are replying to is inserted in your reply after having first been run are replying to is inserted in your reply after having first been run
through @command{mhl} with the format file @file{mhl.reply}. See through @command{mhl} with the format file @file{mhl.reply}. See
@command{mhl}(1) or the section @command{mhl}(1) or the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.htm#Usisho, Using mhl} in the MH @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.html#Usisho, Using mhl} in the MH
book to see how you can modify the default @file{mhl.reply} file. book to see how you can modify the default @file{mhl.reply} file.
@vindex mh-yank-behavior @vindex mh-yank-behavior
...@@ -4169,7 +4169,7 @@ To forward a message, use the @kbd{f} (@code{mh-forward}) command. You ...@@ -4169,7 +4169,7 @@ To forward a message, use the @kbd{f} (@code{mh-forward}) command. You
are prompted for the @samp{To:} and @samp{cc:} recipients. You are are prompted for the @samp{To:} and @samp{cc:} recipients. You are
given a draft to edit that looks like it would if you had run the MH given a draft to edit that looks like it would if you had run the MH
command @command{forw}@footnote{See the section command @command{forw}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/forfor.htm, Forwarding Messages: forw} in @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/forfor.html, Forwarding Messages: forw} in
the MH book.}. You can then add some text (@pxref{Editing Drafts}). the MH book.}. You can then add some text (@pxref{Editing Drafts}).
You can forward several messages by using a range (@pxref{Ranges}). You can forward several messages by using a range (@pxref{Ranges}).
All of the messages in the range are inserted into your draft. The All of the messages in the range are inserted into your draft. The
...@@ -4243,10 +4243,10 @@ For more information on redistributing messages, see ...@@ -4243,10 +4243,10 @@ For more information on redistributing messages, see
The option @code{mh-redist-full-contents-flag} must be turned on if The option @code{mh-redist-full-contents-flag} must be turned on if
@command{dist}@footnote{See the section @command{dist}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/disdis.htm, Distributing Messages with @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/disdis.html, Distributing Messages with
dist} in the MH book.} requires the whole letter for redistribution, dist} in the MH book.} requires the whole letter for redistribution,
which is the case if @command{send}@footnote{See the section which is the case if @command{send}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sensen.htm, Sending Some Mail: comp send} @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sensen.html, Sending Some Mail: comp send}
in the MH book.} is compiled with the @sc{berk} option (which many in the MH book.} is compiled with the @sc{berk} option (which many
people abhor). If you find that MH will not allow you to redistribute people abhor). If you find that MH will not allow you to redistribute
a message that has been redistributed before, turn off this option. a message that has been redistributed before, turn off this option.
...@@ -5143,7 +5143,7 @@ although it provides a handful of commands prefixed with @kbd{C-c C-m} ...@@ -5143,7 +5143,7 @@ although it provides a handful of commands prefixed with @kbd{C-c C-m}
to insert the directives so you don't need to remember the syntax of to insert the directives so you don't need to remember the syntax of
them. Remember: you can always add MH-style directives by them. Remember: you can always add MH-style directives by
hand@footnote{See the section hand@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.htm#SeMIMa, Sending MIME Mail} in @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.html#SeMIMa, Sending MIME Mail} in
the MH book.}. the MH book.}.
@cindex MIME Meta Language (MML) @cindex MIME Meta Language (MML)
...@@ -5432,7 +5432,7 @@ If you're using MH-style directives, use @kbd{C-c C-e} ...@@ -5432,7 +5432,7 @@ If you're using MH-style directives, use @kbd{C-c C-e}
(@code{mh-mh-to-mime}) instead of @kbd{C-c C-m C-m}. This runs the (@code{mh-mh-to-mime}) instead of @kbd{C-c C-m C-m}. This runs the
command @command{mhbuild} (@command{mhn}) on the message which expands command @command{mhbuild} (@command{mhn}) on the message which expands
the tags@footnote{See the section the tags@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.htm#SeMIMa, Sending MIME Mail} in @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.html#SeMIMa, Sending MIME Mail} in
the MH book.}. This action can be undone by running @kbd{C-c C-m C-u} the MH book.}. This action can be undone by running @kbd{C-c C-m C-u}
(@code{mh-mh-to-mime-undo}), which works by reverting to a backup (@code{mh-mh-to-mime-undo}), which works by reverting to a backup
file. You are prompted to confirm this action, but you can avoid the file. You are prompted to confirm this action, but you can avoid the
...@@ -5565,7 +5565,7 @@ The command @kbd{C-c C-w} (@code{mh-check-whom}) expands aliases so ...@@ -5565,7 +5565,7 @@ The command @kbd{C-c C-w} (@code{mh-check-whom}) expands aliases so
you can check the actual address(es) in the alias. A new buffer named you can check the actual address(es) in the alias. A new buffer named
@samp{*MH-E Recipients*} is created with the output of @command{whom} @samp{*MH-E Recipients*} is created with the output of @command{whom}
(@pxref{Miscellaneous})@footnote{See the section (@pxref{Miscellaneous})@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/senove.htm#WhaPro, What now? -- and the @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/senove.html#WhaPro, What now? -- and the
whatnow Program} in the MH book.}. whatnow Program} in the MH book.}.
@node Sending Message, Killing Draft, Checking Recipients, Editing Drafts @node Sending Message, Killing Draft, Checking Recipients, Editing Drafts
...@@ -5599,7 +5599,7 @@ spelling in your message before sending, add the function ...@@ -5599,7 +5599,7 @@ spelling in your message before sending, add the function
@vindex mh-send-prog @vindex mh-send-prog
In case the MH @command{send} program@footnote{See the section In case the MH @command{send} program@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sensen.htm, Sending Some Mail: comp send} @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sensen.html, Sending Some Mail: comp send}
in the MH book.} is installed under a different name, use in the MH book.} is installed under a different name, use
@code{mh-send-prog} to tell MH-E the name. @code{mh-send-prog} to tell MH-E the name.
...@@ -5780,7 +5780,7 @@ Recipients}. ...@@ -5780,7 +5780,7 @@ Recipients}.
MH-E loads aliases for completion and folder name hints from various MH-E loads aliases for completion and folder name hints from various
places. It uses the MH command @command{ali}@footnote{See the section places. It uses the MH command @command{ali}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mh.htm, MH Aliases} in the MH book.} to @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mh.html, MH Aliases} in the MH book.} to
read aliases from the files listed in the profile component read aliases from the files listed in the profile component
@samp{Aliasfile:} as well as system-wide aliases (for example, @samp{Aliasfile:} as well as system-wide aliases (for example,
@file{/etc/nmh/MailAliases}). @file{/etc/nmh/MailAliases}).
...@@ -6253,7 +6253,7 @@ contains these items. Dismiss the speedbar with @kbd{C-x 5 0} ...@@ -6253,7 +6253,7 @@ contains these items. Dismiss the speedbar with @kbd{C-x 5 0}
@cindex customization group, @samp{mh-speedbar} @cindex customization group, @samp{mh-speedbar}
The MH-E speedbar uses the MH command @command{flists}@footnote{See The MH-E speedbar uses the MH command @command{flists}@footnote{See
the section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/morseq.htm#flist, Searching for the section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/morseq.html#flist, Searching for
Sequences with flist} in the MH book.} to generate the list of Sequences with flist} in the MH book.} to generate the list of
folders. The @samp{mh-speedbar} customization group contains the folders. The @samp{mh-speedbar} customization group contains the
following option which controls how often the speedbar calls following option which controls how often the speedbar calls
...@@ -6951,7 +6951,7 @@ mknmz -f /home/user/Mail/.namazu/mknmzrc -O /home/user/Mail/.namazu \ ...@@ -6951,7 +6951,7 @@ mknmz -f /home/user/Mail/.namazu/mknmzrc -O /home/user/Mail/.namazu \
This search method does not require any setup. This search method does not require any setup.
Read @command{pick}(1) or the section Read @command{pick}(1) or the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/finpic.htm, Finding Messages with pick} in @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/finpic.html, Finding Messages with pick} in
the MH book to find out more about how to enter the criteria. the MH book to find out more about how to enter the criteria.
@subsection grep @subsection grep
...@@ -7180,7 +7180,7 @@ messages matching the content of the respective field in the current ...@@ -7180,7 +7180,7 @@ messages matching the content of the respective field in the current
message. However, you can give any of these a prefix argument to edit message. However, you can give any of these a prefix argument to edit
the @command{pick} expression used to narrow the view@footnote{See the @command{pick} expression used to narrow the view@footnote{See
@command{pick}(1) or the section @command{pick}(1) or the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/finpic.htm, Finding Messages with pick} in @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/finpic.html, Finding Messages with pick} in
the MH book.}. the MH book.}.
@cindex @samp{tick} sequence @cindex @samp{tick} sequence
...@@ -7212,7 +7212,7 @@ command. Give this command a prefix argument to remove all limits. ...@@ -7212,7 +7212,7 @@ command. Give this command a prefix argument to remove all limits.
For the whole scoop on MH sequences, refer to For the whole scoop on MH sequences, refer to
@samp{mh-sequence}(5)@footnote{See the section @samp{mh-sequence}(5)@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/morseq.htm, More About Sequences} in the MH @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/morseq.html, More About Sequences} in the MH
book.}. As you've read, several of the MH-E commands can operate on a book.}. As you've read, several of the MH-E commands can operate on a
sequence, which is a shorthand for a range or group of messages. For sequence, which is a shorthand for a range or group of messages. For
example, you might want to forward several messages to a friend or example, you might want to forward several messages to a friend or
...@@ -7452,7 +7452,7 @@ from the unseen sequence. ...@@ -7452,7 +7452,7 @@ from the unseen sequence.
With the exceptions of @kbd{S n} and @kbd{S w}, the underlying MH With the exceptions of @kbd{S n} and @kbd{S w}, the underlying MH
command dealing with sequences is @command{mark}@footnote{See the command dealing with sequences is @command{mark}@footnote{See the
section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mmbwm.htm, Make Message Bookmarks section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mmbwm.html, Make Message Bookmarks
with mark} in the MH book.}. with mark} in the MH book.}.
@node Junk, Miscellaneous, Sequences, Top @node Junk, Miscellaneous, Sequences, Top
...@@ -8050,7 +8050,7 @@ Unless this variable contains an absolute pathname, it is assumed to ...@@ -8050,7 +8050,7 @@ Unless this variable contains an absolute pathname, it is assumed to
be in the @code{mh-progs} directory (@pxref{Getting Started}). You may be in the @code{mh-progs} directory (@pxref{Getting Started}). You may
link another program to @command{scan} (see @samp{mh-profile}(5)) to link another program to @command{scan} (see @samp{mh-profile}(5)) to
produce a different type of listing@footnote{See the section produce a different type of listing@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/faswsprs.htm, Find and Specify with scan @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/faswsprs.html, Find and Specify with scan
pick Ranges Sequences} in the MH book.}. pick Ranges Sequences} in the MH book.}.
@cindex regular expressions, scan line formats @cindex regular expressions, scan line formats
...@@ -8087,7 +8087,7 @@ The first variable has to do with pruning out garbage. ...@@ -8087,7 +8087,7 @@ The first variable has to do with pruning out garbage.
This regular expression describes a valid scan line. This is used to This regular expression describes a valid scan line. This is used to
eliminate error messages that are occasionally produced by eliminate error messages that are occasionally produced by
@command{inc}@footnote{See the section @command{inc}@footnote{See the section
@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.htm, Reading Mail: inc show next @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.html, Reading Mail: inc show next
prev} in the MH book.} or @command{scan} (default: @code{"^ *[0-9]"}). prev} in the MH book.} or @command{scan} (default: @code{"^ *[0-9]"}).
@end vtable @end vtable
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