Commit 8c1cc9e8 authored by Pavel Janík's avatar Pavel Janík
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Fix typo.

parent ef59dd3b
......@@ -1029,7 +1029,7 @@ your working file with the latest version from the master.
*** RCS customization.
There is a new variable vc-consult-headers. If it is t (the default),
VC searches for RCS headers in working files (like `$Id: ONEWS,v 1.4 2000/11/20 16:15:34 gerd Exp $') and
VC searches for RCS headers in working files (like `$Id: ONEWS,v 1.5 2001/01/31 15:19:32 gerd Exp $') and
determines the state of the file from them, not from the master file.
This is fast and more reliable when you use branches. (The variable
was already present in Emacs 19.29, but didn't get mentioned in the
......@@ -4739,8 +4739,7 @@ Emacs searches for X resources
The paths in the variables XFILESEARCHPATH, XUSERFILESEARCHPATH, and
XAPPLRESDIR may contain %-escapes (like the control strings passed to
the the Emacs lisp `format' function or C printf function), which
Emacs expands.
the Emacs lisp `format' function or C printf function), which Emacs expands.
%N is replaced by the string "Emacs" wherever it occurs.
%T is replaced by "app-defaults" wherever it occurs.
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......@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@
;;; Liszt returns 0 if all was well.
;;; Note that in ordinary use the user will have to get used to looking
;;; at "%Warning: ... Compiler declared *foo* special" messages, since
;;; you don't usually want to hunt around in your file, zap in the the
;;; you don't usually want to hunt around in your file, zap in the
;;; declarations, then go back to what you were doing.
;;; Fortunately this doesn't cause the compiler to bomb.
;;; Some sleepless night I will think of a way to get around this.
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......@@ -8483,7 +8483,7 @@
* bibtex.el (bibtex-clean-entry-zap-empty-opts): added.
* bibtex.el (bibtex-include-OPTcrossref): added. If set, changes
order of the the lists presented to luser.
order of the lists presented to luser.
* bibtex.el (bibtex-include-OPTkey & bibtex-include-OPTannote): added
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......@@ -20416,7 +20416,7 @@
1997-02-07 Richard Stallman <rms@psilocin.gnu.ai.mit.edu>
 
* rmailsort.el (rmail-sort-messages): Preserve point
with respect to the the current message.
with respect to the current message.
 
1997-02-06 Richard Stallman <rms@psilocin.gnu.ai.mit.edu>
 
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......@@ -10005,7 +10005,7 @@
(speedbar-mode): Set buffer to read only.
(speedbar-temp-buffer-show-function): For emacs don't call hook
with arguments.
(speedbar-stealthy-updates): Do all updates w/ the the buffer writable.
(speedbar-stealthy-updates): Do all updates w/ the buffer writable.
1998-08-19 Dan Nicolaescu <done@ece.arizona.edu>
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......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@
* Makefile.in (VERSION): Set to 2.8.
(manual): Use `manual-21'.
* elisp.texi (VERSION): Add and use it where the the version
* elisp.texi (VERSION): Add and use it where the version
number was used. Set it to 2.8.
* intro.texi: Likewise.
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......@@ -2145,9 +2145,9 @@ x_append_stretch_glyph (it, object, width, height, ascent)
4. `:height HEIGHT' specifies that the height of the stretch produced
should be HEIGHT, measured in canonical character units.
5. `:relative-height FACTOR' specifies that the height of the the
stretch should be FACTOR times the height of the characters having
the glyph property.
5. `:relative-height FACTOR' specifies that the height of the stretch
should be FACTOR times the height of the characters having the glyph
property.
Either none or exactly one of 4 or 5 must be present.
......@@ -11737,7 +11737,7 @@ profiler_exit_proc ()
#endif
/* These few functions implement Emacs as a normal Mac application
(almost): set up the the heap and the Toolbox, handle necessary
(almost): set up the heap and the Toolbox, handle necessary
system events plus a few simple menu events. They also set up
Emacs's access to functions defined in the rest of this file.
Emacs uses function hooks to perform all its terminal I/O. A
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......@@ -4718,7 +4718,7 @@ This method is not recommended, though: it only solves the problem for
those modes which bind @key{DEL} to @code{delete-backward-char}. Modes
which bind @key{DEL} to something else, such as @code{view-mode}, will
not work as you expect when you press the @key{Backspace} key. For this
reason, we recommend the the @code{keyboard-translate} method, shown
reason, we recommend the @code{keyboard-translate} method, shown
above.
Other popular key bindings for help are @kbd{M-?} and @kbd{C-x ?}.
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......@@ -1528,7 +1528,7 @@
* lread.c (Fload): Rename dosmode to fmode and use it on all
platforms. Avoid calling fdopen only for WINDOWSNT, use fdopen
for the the MSDOS version.
for the MSDOS version.
(read1): Avoid recording doc strings positions only for WINDOWSNT,
not for MSDOS.
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