Commit 978ff6c5 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix last change with indexing coding-systems.

 doc/emacs/mule.texi (Coding Systems): Move index entries from the previous
 change into their proper places.
parent fe3f64d5
2011-07-01 Eli Zaretskii <>
* mule.texi (Coding Systems): Move index entries from the previous
change into their proper places.
2011-07-01 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <>
* help.texi (Help Files): Document view-external-packages (bug#8902).
......@@ -665,9 +665,6 @@ system to other coding systems when writing data. Conversion is
possible in reading or writing files, in sending or receiving from the
terminal, and in exchanging data with subprocesses.
@cindex @code{no-conversion}, coding system
@cindex @code{raw-text}, coding system
@cindex @code{emacs-internal}, coding system
Emacs assigns a name to each coding system. Most coding systems are
used for one language, and the name of the coding system starts with
the language name. Some coding systems are used for several
......@@ -751,7 +748,6 @@ appropriate conversion. (This is the convention normally used on the
Macintosh system.)
@end table
@cindex @code{iso-latin-1}, coding system
These variant coding systems are omitted from the
@code{list-coding-systems} display for brevity, since they are entirely
predictable. For example, the coding system @code{iso-latin-1} has
......@@ -765,6 +761,7 @@ aliases for @code{undecided-unix}, @code{undecided-dos}, and
the end-of-line conversion, and leave the character code conversion to
be deduced from the text itself.
@cindex @code{raw-text}, coding system
The coding system @code{raw-text} is good for a file which is mainly
@acronym{ASCII} text, but may contain byte values above 127 which are
not meant to encode non-@acronym{ASCII} characters. With
......@@ -775,6 +772,7 @@ end-of-line conversion in the usual way, based on the data
encountered, and has the usual three variants to specify the kind of
end-of-line conversion to use.
@cindex @code{no-conversion}, coding system
In contrast, the coding system @code{no-conversion} specifies no
character code conversion at all---none for non-@acronym{ASCII} byte values and
none for end of line. This is useful for reading or writing binary
......@@ -786,6 +784,7 @@ the @kbd{M-x find-file-literally} command. This uses
@code{no-conversion}, and also suppresses other Emacs features that
might convert the file contents before you see them. @xref{Visiting}.
@cindex @code{emacs-internal}, coding system
The coding system @code{emacs-internal} (or @code{utf-8-emacs},
which is equivalent) means that the file contains non-@acronym{ASCII}
characters stored with the internal Emacs encoding. This coding
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