Commit 8f3efb4e authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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parent 85400f54
2000-01-10 Richard M. Stallman <>
* dired-x.el (dired-guess-shell-alist-default):
Suggest xloadimage, which is free, not xv, which isn't.
* ange-ftp.el (ange-ftp-file-name-nondirectory):
Don't ever include the host name or user name in the value.
......@@ -2407,9 +2407,10 @@ positions. All this takes place without modifying the buffer.
A flag, @code{t} if the encoding function modifies the buffer, and
@code{nil} if it works by returning a list of annotations.
@item mode
A mode function to call after visiting a file converted from this
@item mode-fn
A minor-mode function to call after visiting a file converted from this
format. The function is called with one argument, the integer 1;
that tells a minor-mode function to enable the mode.
@end table
The function @code{insert-file-contents} automatically recognizes file
......@@ -1714,6 +1714,11 @@ This specifies the file containing the sound to play.
If the file name is not absolute, it is expanded against
the directory @code{data-directory}.
@item :data @var{data}
This specifies the sound to play without need to refer to a file. The
value, @var{data}, should be a string containing the same bytes as a
sound file. We recommend using a unibyte string.
@item :volume @var{volume}
This specifies how loud to play the sound. It should be a number in the
range of 0 to 1. The default is to use whatever volume has been
......@@ -875,7 +875,7 @@ which is called the associated buffer of the process, or a function
called the @dfn{filter function} can be called to act on the output. If
the process has no buffer and no filter function, its output is
Output from a subprocess can arrive only while Emacs is waiting: when
reading terminal input, in @code{sit-for} and @code{sleep-for}
(@pxref{Waiting}), and in @code{accept-process-output} (@pxref{Accepting
......@@ -885,6 +885,13 @@ process and only then specify its buffer or filter function; no output
can arrive before you finish, if the code in between does not call any
primitive that waits.
It is impossible to separate the standard output and standard error
streams of the subprocess, because Emacs normally spawns the subprocess
inside a pseudo-TTY, and a pseudo-TTY has only one output channel. If
you want to keep the output to those streams separate, you should
redirect one of them to a file--for example, by using an appropriate
shell command.
Subprocess output is normally decoded using a coding system before the
buffer or filter function receives it, much like text read from a file.
You can use @code{set-process-coding-system} to specify which coding
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