Commit 8951521e authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Doc fixes.

parent 8b947f90
......@@ -2128,6 +2128,11 @@ User customizable variables:
gnus-summary-save-in-file. The variable is initialized from the
SAVEDIR environment variable.
gnus-kill-files-directory
Specifies a directory name to save KILL files to using the commands
gnus-edit-global-kill, and gnus-edit-local-kill. The variable is
initialized from the SAVEDIR environment variable.
gnus-show-all-headers
Non-nil means that all headers of an article are shown.
......@@ -4680,27 +4685,27 @@ In addition to Emacs-Lisp Mode, the following commands are available:
\\[gnus-kill-file-exit] Save file and exit editing KILL file.
\\[gnus-info-find-node] Read Info about KILL file.
A KILL file contains lisp expressions to be applied to a selected
newsgroup. The purpose is to mark articles as read on the basis of
some set of regexps. A global KILL file is applied to every newsgroup,
and a local KILL file is applied to a specified newsgroup. Since a
A KILL file contains Lisp expressions to be applied to a selected
newsgroup. The purpose is to mark articles as read on the basis of
some set of regexps. A global KILL file is applied to every newsgroup,
and a local KILL file is applied to a specified newsgroup. Since a
global KILL file is applied to every newsgroup, for better performance
use a local one.
A KILL file can contain any kind of Emacs lisp expressions expected
to be evaluated in the Summary buffer. Writing lisp programs for this
A KILL file can contain any kind of Emacs Lisp expressions expected
to be evaluated in the Summary buffer. Writing Lisp programs for this
purpose is not so easy because the internal working of GNUS must be
well-known. For this reason, GNUS provides a general function which
well-known. For this reason, GNUS provides a general function which
does this easily for non-Lisp programmers.
The `gnus-kill' function executes commands available in Summary Mode
by their key sequences. `gnus-kill' should be called with FIELD,
REGEXP and optional COMMAND and ALL. FIELD is a string representing
the header field or an empty string. If FIELD is an empty string, the
entire article body is searched for. REGEXP is a string which is
REGEXP and optional COMMAND and ALL. FIELD is a string representing
the header field or an empty string. If FIELD is an empty string, the
entire article body is searched for. REGEXP is a string which is
compared with FIELD value. COMMAND is a string representing a valid
key sequence in Summary Mode or Lisp expression. COMMAND is default to
'(gnus-summary-mark-as-read nil \"X\"). Make sure that COMMAND is
key sequence in Summary mode or Lisp expression. COMMAND defaults to
'(gnus-summary-mark-as-read nil \"X\"). Make sure that COMMAND is
executed in the Summary buffer. If the second optional argument ALL
is non-nil, the COMMAND is applied to articles which are already
marked as read or unread. Articles which are marked are skipped over
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