Commit 8d450008 authored by Martin Rudalics's avatar Martin Rudalics

Fix some issues in the emacs/lispref manuals

* doc/emacs/basic.texi (Continuation Lines):
* doc/emacs/building.texi (GDB User Interface Layout):
* doc/emacs/dired.texi (Misc Dired Features):
* doc/emacs/maintaining.texi (Identifier Search):
* doc/emacs/mark.texi (Using Region):
* doc/emacs/misc.texi (Document View, DocView Conversion):
* doc/emacs/modes.texi (Major Modes):
* doc/emacs/mule.texi (Input Methods, Unibyte Mode):
* doc/emacs/sending.texi (Mail Methods): Replace @code by
@kbd.
* doc/emacs/frames.texi (Text-Only Mouse):
* doc/lispref/maps.texi (Standard Keymaps): Replace @kbd by
@key.
* doc/lispref/compile.texi (Compiler Errors): Write
non-@code{nil} instead of non-nil.
* doc/lispref/debugging.texi (Internals of Debugger):
'backtrace' is not a command.  'debugger-stack-frame-as-list'
is an option.
* doc/lispref/display.texi (Size of Displayed Text):
'window-lines-pixel-dimensions' has a last argument 'left'.
* doc/lispref/display.texi (Attribute Functions):
'set-face-underline' and 'set-face-inverse-video' are
commands.
(Tooltips): 'tooltip-frame-parameters' is an option.
(Bidirectional Display): 'bidi-paragraph-direction' is an
option.
* doc/lispref/frames.texi (Cursor Parameters): 'cursor-type'
is an option.
(Input Focus): Argument FRAME of 'x-focus-frame' is not
optional.
(Child Frames): Both arguments of 'frame-ancestor-p' are
non-optional.  'iconify-child-frame' is an option.
* doc/lispref/os.texi (Killing Emacs):
'kill-emacs-query-functions' is an option.
* doc/lispref/windows.texi (Mouse Window Auto-selection):
'mouse-autoselect-window' is an option.
parent 194ded59
......@@ -608,8 +608,8 @@ newlines. In that case, you can use Visual Line mode, which enables
@dfn{word wrapping}: instead of wrapping long lines exactly at the
right window edge, Emacs wraps them at the word boundaries (i.e.,
space or tab characters) nearest to the right window edge. Visual
Line mode also redefines editing commands such as @code{C-a},
@code{C-n}, and @code{C-k} to operate on screen lines rather than
Line mode also redefines editing commands such as @kbd{C-a},
@kbd{C-n}, and @kbd{C-k} to operate on screen lines rather than
logical lines. @xref{Visual Line Mode}.
@node Position Info
......
......@@ -926,8 +926,8 @@ premium.
You may also specify additional GDB-related buffers to display,
either in the same frame or a different one. Select the buffers you
want by typing @code{M-x gdb-display-@var{buffertype}-buffer} or
@code{M-x gdb-frame-@var{buffertype}-buffer}, where @var{buffertype}
want by typing @kbd{M-x gdb-display-@var{buffertype}-buffer} or
@kbd{M-x gdb-frame-@var{buffertype}-buffer}, where @var{buffertype}
is the relevant buffer type, such as @samp{breakpoints}. You can do
the same with the menu bar, with the @samp{GDB-Windows} and
@samp{GDB-Frames} sub-menus of the @samp{GUD} menu.
......
......@@ -1515,7 +1515,7 @@ function @code{file-attributes}). This expression is evaluated for
each pair of like-named files, and files differ if the expression's
value is non-@code{nil}.
For instance, the sequence @code{M-x dired-compare-directories
For instance, the sequence @kbd{M-x dired-compare-directories
@key{RET} (> mtime1 mtime2) @key{RET}} marks files newer in this
directory than in the other, and marks files older in the other
directory than in this one. It also marks files with no counterpart,
......
......@@ -1381,7 +1381,7 @@ can use @kbd{M-x xterm-mouse-mode} to give Emacs control over simple
uses of the mouse---basically, only non-modified single clicks are
supported. Newer versions of @command{xterm} also support
mouse-tracking. The normal @command{xterm} mouse functionality for
such clicks is still available by holding down the @kbd{SHIFT} key
such clicks is still available by holding down the @key{SHIFT} key
when you press the mouse button. Xterm Mouse mode is a global minor
mode (@pxref{Minor Modes}). Repeating the command turns the mode off
again.
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......@@ -1957,7 +1957,7 @@ query-replace-regexp}. It then performs the specified replacement in
the names of the matching identifiers in all the places in all the
files where these identifiers are referenced. This is useful when you
rename your identifiers as part of refactoring. This command should
be invoked in the @file{*xref*} buffer generated by @code{M-?}.
be invoked in the @file{*xref*} buffer generated by @kbd{M-?}.
@findex tags-search
@kbd{M-x tags-search} reads a regexp using the minibuffer, then
......
......@@ -273,7 +273,7 @@ active. If you change the value to @code{kill}, these commands
@vindex mark-even-if-inactive
Other commands always operate on the region, and have no default
behavior. Such commands usually have the word @code{region} in their
names, like @kbd{C-w} (@code{kill-region}) and @code{C-x C-u}
names, like @kbd{C-w} (@code{kill-region}) and @kbd{C-x C-u}
(@code{upcase-region}). If the mark is inactive, they operate on the
@dfn{inactive region}---that is, on the text between point and the
position at which the mark was last set (@pxref{Mark Ring}). To
......
......@@ -434,8 +434,8 @@ by typing @kbd{C-c C-c} you switch to the fallback mode. With another
also be displayed from within DocView mode by typing @kbd{C-c C-t}
(@code{doc-view-open-text}).
You can explicitly enable DocView mode with the command @code{M-x
doc-view-mode}. You can toggle DocView minor mode with @code{M-x
You can explicitly enable DocView mode with the command @kbd{M-x
doc-view-mode}. You can toggle DocView minor mode with @kbd{M-x
doc-view-minor-mode}.
When DocView mode starts, it displays a welcome screen and begins
......@@ -576,7 +576,7 @@ including its entire margins.
For efficiency, DocView caches the images produced by @command{gs}.
The name of this directory is given by the variable
@code{doc-view-cache-directory}. You can clear the cache directory by
typing @code{M-x doc-view-clear-cache}.
typing @kbd{M-x doc-view-clear-cache}.
@findex doc-view-kill-proc
@findex doc-view-kill-proc-and-buffer
......
......@@ -104,7 +104,7 @@ value for the variable @code{comment-start}, which determines how
source code comments are delimited (@pxref{Comments}).
To view the documentation for the current major mode, including a
list of its key bindings, type @code{C-h m} (@code{describe-mode}).
list of its key bindings, type @kbd{C-h m} (@code{describe-mode}).
@xref{Misc Help}.
@cindex mode hook
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......@@ -477,7 +477,7 @@ display the next row or the previous row.
Type @kbd{C-f} and @kbd{C-b} to move forward and backward among
the alternatives in the current row. As you do this, Emacs highlights
the current alternative with a special color; type @code{C-@key{SPC}}
the current alternative with a special color; type @kbd{C-@key{SPC}}
to select the current alternative and use it as input. The
alternatives in the row are also numbered; the number appears before
the alternative. Typing a number selects the associated alternative
......@@ -1658,24 +1658,25 @@ characters:
@cindex 8-bit input
@item
You can use an input method for the selected language environment.
@xref{Input Methods}. When you use an input method in a unibyte buffer,
the non-@acronym{ASCII} character you specify with it is converted to unibyte.
@xref{Input Methods}. When you use an input method in a unibyte
buffer, the non-@acronym{ASCII} character you specify with it is
converted to unibyte.
@item
If your keyboard can generate character codes 128 (decimal) and up,
representing non-@acronym{ASCII} characters, you can type those character codes
directly.
representing non-@acronym{ASCII} characters, you can type those
character codes directly.
On a graphical display, you should not need to do anything special to
use these keys; they should simply work. On a text terminal, you
should use the command @code{M-x set-keyboard-coding-system} or customize the
variable @code{keyboard-coding-system} to specify which coding system
your keyboard uses (@pxref{Terminal Coding}). Enabling this feature
will probably require you to use @key{ESC} to type Meta characters;
however, on a console terminal or in @code{xterm}, you can arrange for
Meta to be converted to @key{ESC} and still be able type 8-bit
characters present directly on the keyboard or using @key{Compose} or
@key{AltGr} keys. @xref{User Input}.
should use the command @kbd{M-x set-keyboard-coding-system} or
customize the variable @code{keyboard-coding-system} to specify which
coding system your keyboard uses (@pxref{Terminal Coding}). Enabling
this feature will probably require you to use @key{ESC} to type Meta
characters; however, on a console terminal or in @code{xterm}, you can
arrange for Meta to be converted to @key{ESC} and still be able to
type 8-bit characters present directly on the keyboard or using
@key{Compose} or @key{AltGr} keys. @xref{User Input}.
@cindex @code{iso-transl} library
@cindex compose character
......
......@@ -676,8 +676,8 @@ such as MIME support. Another available mode is MH-E
@vindex mail-user-agent
You can choose any of these @dfn{mail user agents} as your preferred
method for editing and sending mail. The commands @code{C-x m},
@code{C-x 4 m} and @code{C-x 5 m} use whichever agent you have
method for editing and sending mail. The commands @kbd{C-x m},
@kbd{C-x 4 m} and @kbd{C-x 5 m} use whichever agent you have
specified; so do various other parts of Emacs that send mail, such as
the bug reporter (@pxref{Bugs}). To specify a mail user agent,
customize the variable @code{mail-user-agent}. Currently, legitimate
......
......@@ -527,7 +527,7 @@ string for details.
@vindex byte-compile-error-on-warn
Sometimes you may wish the byte-compiler warnings to be reported
using @code{error}. If so, set @code{byte-compile-error-on-warn} to a
non-nil value.
non-@code{nil} value.
@node Byte-Code Objects
@section Byte-Code Function Objects
......
......@@ -619,7 +619,7 @@ was called. The convention for arguments is detailed in the description
of @code{debug} (@pxref{Invoking the Debugger}).
@end defvar
@deffn Command backtrace
@defun backtrace
@cindex run time stack
@cindex call stack
This function prints a trace of Lisp function calls currently active.
......@@ -669,9 +669,9 @@ forms are elided.
----------- Buffer: backtrace-output ------------
@end group
@end smallexample
@end deffn
@end defun
@defvar debugger-stack-frame-as-list
@defopt debugger-stack-frame-as-list
If this variable is non-@code{nil}, every stack frame of the backtrace
is displayed as a list. This aims at improving the backtrace
readability at the cost of special forms no longer being visually
......@@ -700,7 +700,7 @@ example would look as follows:
----------- Buffer: backtrace-output ------------
@end group
@end smallexample
@end defvar
@end defopt
@defvar debug-on-next-call
@cindex @code{eval}, and debugging
......
......@@ -1980,7 +1980,7 @@ height of both, if present, in the return value.
whole and does not care about the size of individual lines. The
following function does.
@defun window-lines-pixel-dimensions &optional window first last body inverse
@defun window-lines-pixel-dimensions &optional window first last body inverse left
This function calculates the pixel dimensions of each line displayed in
the specified @var{window}. It does so by walking @var{window}'s
current glyph matrix---a matrix storing the glyph (@pxref{Glyphs}) of
......@@ -2775,15 +2775,15 @@ This sets the @code{:slant} attribute of @var{face} to @var{normal} if
@var{italic-p} is @code{nil}, and to @var{italic} otherwise.
@end defun
@defun set-face-underline face underline &optional frame
@deffn Command set-face-underline face underline &optional frame
This sets the @code{:underline} attribute of @var{face} to
@var{underline}.
@end defun
@end deffn
@defun set-face-inverse-video face inverse-video-p &optional frame
@deffn Command set-face-inverse-video face inverse-video-p &optional frame
This sets the @code{:inverse-video} attribute of @var{face} to
@var{inverse-video-p}.
@end defun
@end deffn
@deffn Command invert-face face &optional frame
This swaps the foreground and background colors of face @var{face}.
......@@ -7362,7 +7362,7 @@ have their own frame parameters (@pxref{Frame Parameters}). Unlike
other frames, the default parameters for tooltip frames are stored in a
special variable.
@defvar tooltip-frame-parameters
@defopt tooltip-frame-parameters
This customizable option holds the default frame parameters used for
displaying tooltips. Any font and color parameters are ignored, and the
corresponding attributes of the @code{tooltip} face are used instead.
......@@ -7372,7 +7372,7 @@ absolute frame-relative coordinates where the tooltip should be shown.
variables described in @ref{Tooltips,,, emacs, The GNU Emacs Manual}.)
Note that the @code{left} and @code{top} parameters, if present,
override the values of mouse-relative offsets.
@end defvar
@end defopt
@vindex tooltip@r{ face}
The @code{tooltip} face determines the appearance of text shown in
......@@ -7547,7 +7547,7 @@ for its paragraphs. For example, buffers containing program source
code should force all paragraphs to be displayed left-to-right. You
can use following variable to do this:
@defvar bidi-paragraph-direction
@defopt bidi-paragraph-direction
If the value of this buffer-local variable is the symbol
@code{right-to-left} or @code{left-to-right}, all paragraphs in the
buffer are assumed to have that specified direction. Any other value
......@@ -7558,7 +7558,7 @@ the base direction of each paragraph from its contents.
Modes for program source code should set this to @code{left-to-right}.
Prog mode does this by default, so modes derived from Prog mode do not
need to set this explicitly (@pxref{Basic Major Modes}).
@end defvar
@end defopt
@defun current-bidi-paragraph-direction &optional buffer
This function returns the paragraph direction at point in the named
......
......@@ -2201,13 +2201,13 @@ The @code{cursor-type} frame parameter may be overridden by the
variables @code{cursor-type} and
@code{cursor-in-non-selected-windows}:
@defvar cursor-type
@defopt cursor-type
This buffer-local variable controls how the cursor looks in a selected
window showing the buffer. If its value is @code{t}, that means to
use the cursor specified by the @code{cursor-type} frame parameter.
Otherwise, the value should be one of the cursor types listed above,
and it overrides the @code{cursor-type} frame parameter.
@end defvar
@end defopt
@defopt cursor-in-non-selected-windows
This buffer-local variable controls how the cursor looks in a window
......@@ -2725,7 +2725,7 @@ Ideally, the function described next should focus a frame without also
raising it above other frames. Unfortunately, many window-systems or
window managers may refuse to comply.
@defun x-focus-frame &optional frame noactivate
@defun x-focus-frame frame &optional noactivate
This function gives @var{frame} the focus of the X server without
necessarily raising it. @var{frame} @code{nil} means use the selected
frame. Under X, the optional argument @var{noactivate}, if
......@@ -3261,13 +3261,12 @@ exists, @var{frame} is considered a child frame of that frame.
This function returns @code{nil} if @var{frame} has no parent frame.
@end defun
@defun frame-ancestor-p &optional ancestor descendant
@defun frame-ancestor-p ancestor descendant
This functions returns non-@code{nil} if @var{ancestor} is an ancestor
of @var{descendant}. @var{ancestor} is an ancestor of @var{descendant}
when it is either @var{descendant}'s parent frame or it is an ancestor
of @var{descendant}'s parent frame. Both, @var{ancestor} and
@var{descendant} must specify live frames and default to the selected
frame.
@var{descendant} must specify live frames.
@end defun
Note also the function @code{window-largest-empty-rectangle}
......@@ -3279,7 +3278,7 @@ window.
Customizing the following option can be useful to tweak the behavior of
@code{iconify-frame} for child frames.
@defvar iconify-child-frame
@defopt iconify-child-frame
This option tells Emacs how to proceed when it is asked to iconify a
child frame. If it is @code{nil}, @code{iconify-frame} will do nothing
when invoked on a child frame. If it is @code{iconify-top-level}, Emacs
......@@ -3291,7 +3290,7 @@ Any other value means to try iconifying the child frame. Since such an
attempt may not be honored by all window managers and can even lead to
making the child frame unresponsive to user actions, the default is to
iconify the top level frame instead.
@end defvar
@end defopt
@node Mouse Tracking
......
......@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ A sparse keymap for subcommands of the prefix @kbd{C-x r}.@*
@xref{Registers,,, emacs, The GNU Emacs Manual}.
@item esc-map
A full keymap for @kbd{ESC} (or @kbd{Meta}) commands.
A full keymap for @key{ESC} (or @key{Meta}) commands.
@item facemenu-keymap
A sparse keymap used for the @kbd{M-o} prefix key.
......
......@@ -699,7 +699,7 @@ inadvertently can lose a lot of work, the
you have buffers that need saving or subprocesses that are running.
It also runs the abnormal hook @code{kill-emacs-query-functions}:
@defvar kill-emacs-query-functions
@defopt kill-emacs-query-functions
When @code{save-buffers-kill-terminal} is killing Emacs, it calls the
functions in this hook, after asking the standard questions and before
calling @code{kill-emacs}. The functions are called in order of
......@@ -708,7 +708,7 @@ confirmation from the user. If any of them returns @code{nil},
@code{save-buffers-kill-emacs} does not kill Emacs, and does not run
the remaining functions in this hook. Calling @code{kill-emacs}
directly does not run this hook.
@end defvar
@end defopt
@node Suspending Emacs
@subsection Suspending Emacs
......
......@@ -4701,7 +4701,7 @@ managers that give focus to a frame (and thus trigger its subsequent
selection) whenever the mouse pointer enters its window-system window
(@pxref{Input Focus}).
@defvar mouse-autoselect-window
@defopt mouse-autoselect-window
If this variable is non-@code{nil}, Emacs will try to automatically
select the window under the mouse pointer. The following values are
meaningful:
......@@ -4729,7 +4729,7 @@ mode line of a window conceptually should not cause its auto-selection.
Mouse auto-selection selects the minibuffer window only if it is active,
and never deselects the active minibuffer window.
@end defvar
@end defopt
Mouse auto-selection can be used to emulate a focus follows mouse policy
for child frames (@pxref{Child Frames}) which usually are not tracked by
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