Commit 9995b954 authored by Jesper Harder's avatar Jesper Harder
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Markup fixes.

parent 89b064a9
......@@ -680,7 +680,7 @@ image, with either a @file{.xpm} (if supported) or @file{.xbm} extension.
@end deffn
@deffn{User Option} widget-glyph-enable
If non-nil, allow glyphs to appear on displays where they are supported.
If non-@code{nil}, allow glyphs to appear on displays where they are supported.
@end deffn
......@@ -813,7 +813,7 @@ Face used for highlighting the editable field. Default is
@item :secret
Character used to display the value. You can set this to e.g.@: @code{?*}
if the field contains a password or other secret information. By
default, this is nil, and the value is not secret.
default, this is @code{nil}, and the value is not secret.
@vindex valid-regexp@r{ keyword}
@item :valid-regexp
......@@ -865,12 +865,12 @@ specified @var{type} arguments.
@vindex case-fold@r{ keyword}
@item :case-fold
Set this to nil if you don't want to ignore case when prompting for a
Set this to @code{nil} if you don't want to ignore case when prompting for a
choice through the minibuffer.
@vindex children@r{ keyword}
@item :children
A list whose @code{car} is the widget representing the currently chosen
A list whose @sc{car} is the widget representing the currently chosen
type in the buffer.
@vindex choice@r{ keyword}
......@@ -1064,9 +1064,9 @@ Insert a literal @samp{%}.
@item :greedy
Usually a checklist will only match if the items are in the exact
sequence given in the specification. By setting @code{:greedy} to
non-nil, it will allow the items to come in any sequence. However, if
you extract the value they will be in the sequence given in the
checklist, i.e.@: the original sequence is forgotten.
non-@code{nil}, it will allow the items to come in any sequence.
However, if you extract the value they will be in the sequence given
in the checklist, i.e.@: the original sequence is forgotten.
@vindex button-args@r{ keyword}
@item :button-args
......@@ -1141,7 +1141,7 @@ The widgets representing the elements of the list.
@vindex args@r{ keyword}
@item :args
List whose @code{car} is the type of the list elements.
List whose @sc{car} is the type of the list elements.
@end table
@node group, , editable-list, Basic Types
......@@ -1164,7 +1164,7 @@ The value is a list, with one member for each @var{type}.
@section Sexp Types
@cindex sexp types
A number of widgets for editing @dfn{s-expressions} (lisp types), sexp
A number of widgets for editing @dfn{s-expressions} (Lisp types), sexp
for short, are also available. These basically fall in several
categories described in this section.
......@@ -1180,7 +1180,7 @@ categories described in this section.
@subsection The Constant Widgets
@cindex constant widgets
The @code{const} widget can contain any lisp expression, but the user is
The @code{const} widget can contain any Lisp expression, but the user is
prohibited from editing it, which is mainly useful as a component of one
of the composite widgets.
......@@ -1217,7 +1217,7 @@ An immutable symbol that is bound as a function.
@subsection Generic Sexp Widget
@cindex generic sexp widget
The @code{sexp} widget can contain any lisp expression, and allows the
The @code{sexp} widget can contain any Lisp expression, and allows the
user to edit it inline in the buffer.
The syntax for the @code{sexp} widget is:
......@@ -1278,8 +1278,8 @@ Keywords:
@table @code
@vindex must-match@r{ keyword}
@item :must-match
If this is set to non-nil, only existing file names will be allowed in
the minibuffer.
If this is set to non-@code{nil}, only existing file names will be
allowed in the minibuffer.
@end table
@end deffn
......@@ -1289,7 +1289,7 @@ Similar to the @code{file} widget.
@end deffn
@deffn Widget symbol
Allows you to edit a lisp symbol in an editable field.
Allows you to edit a Lisp symbol in an editable field.
@end deffn
@deffn Widget function
......@@ -1309,8 +1309,8 @@ Allows you to edit a number in an editable field.
@end deffn
@deffn Widget boolean
Allows you to edit a boolean. In lisp this means a variable which is
either nil meaning false, or non-nil meaning true.
Allows you to edit a boolean. In Lisp this means a variable which is
either @code{nil} meaning false, or non-@code{nil} meaning true.
@end deffn
......@@ -1330,8 +1330,8 @@ where each @var{component} must be a widget type. Each component widget
will be displayed in the buffer, and will be editable by the user.
@deffn Widget cons
The value of a @code{cons} widget is a cons-cell where the @code{car} is
the value of the first component and the @code{cdr} is the value of the
The value of a @code{cons} widget is a cons-cell where the @sc{car} is
the value of the first component and the @sc{cdr} is the value of the
second component. There must be exactly two components.
@end deffn
......@@ -1432,7 +1432,8 @@ In @var{widget} return the value for @var{property}.
@end defun
@defun widget-member widget property
Non-nil if @var{widget} has a value (even nil) for property @var{property}.
Non-@code{nil} if @var{widget} has a value (even @code{nil}) for
property @var{property}.
@end defun
Occasionally it can be useful to know which kind of widget you have,
......@@ -1475,7 +1476,7 @@ all its ancestors.
@end lisp
You can check if a widget has been made inactive by examining the value
of the @code{:inactive} keyword. If this is non-nil, the widget itself
of the @code{:inactive} keyword. If this is non-@code{nil}, the widget itself
has been deactivated. This is different from using the @code{:active}
keyword, in that the latter tells you if the widget @strong{or} any of
its ancestors have been deactivated. Do not attempt to set the
......@@ -1500,7 +1501,7 @@ Define a new widget type named @var{name} from @code{class}.
@var{name} and class should both be symbols, @code{class} should be one
of the existing widget types.
The third argument @var{DOC} is a documentation string for the widget.
The third argument @var{doc} is a documentation string for the widget.
After the new widget has been defined, the following two calls will
create identical widgets:
......@@ -1653,7 +1654,7 @@ Function to prompt for a value in the minibuffer. The function should
take four arguments, @var{widget}, @var{prompt}, @var{value}, and
@var{unbound} and should return a value for widget entered by the user.
@var{prompt} is the prompt to use. @var{value} is the default value to
use, unless @var{unbound} is non-nil, in which case there is no default
use, unless @var{unbound} is non-@code{nil}, in which case there is no default
value. The function should read the value using the method most natural
for this widget, and does not have to check that it matches.
@end table
......@@ -1719,7 +1720,7 @@ Keymap used in @code{widget-minor-mode}.
@defun widget-prompt-value widget prompt [ value unbound ]
Prompt for a value matching @var{widget}, using @var{prompt}.
The current value is assumed to be @var{value}, unless @var{unbound} is
non-nil.@refill
non-@code{nil}.@refill
@end defun
@defun widget-get-sibling widget
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