Commit a50a10a0 authored by Pavel Janík's avatar Pavel Janík

(modify-syntax-entry): Fix argument names (use CHAR instead of C) and usage.

parent 03195c58
2001-10-23 Pavel Jan,Bm(Bk <Pavel@Janik.cz>
* syntax.c: Fix argument names and usage.
* editfns.c: Fix argument names and usage.
* xfns.c (Fx_show_tip): Remove unused variables `buffer', `top',
`left', `max_width' and `max_height'.
2001-10-23 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
* xdisp.c (display_line): For a tab continued to the next line,
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......@@ -974,7 +974,7 @@ text property. */)
*/
DEFUN ("modify-syntax-entry", Fmodify_syntax_entry, Smodify_syntax_entry, 2, 3,
"cSet syntax for character: \nsSet syntax for %s to: ",
doc: /* Set syntax for character C according to string NEWENTRY.
doc: /* Set syntax for character CHAR according to string NEWENTRY.
The syntax is changed only for table SYNTAX_TABLE, which defaults to
the current buffer's syntax table.
The first character of NEWENTRY should be one of the following:
......@@ -993,22 +993,23 @@ The second character of NEWENTRY is the matching parenthesis,
used only if the first character is `(' or `)'.
Any additional characters are flags.
Defined flags are the characters 1, 2, 3, 4, b, p, and n.
1 means C is the start of a two-char comment start sequence.
2 means C is the second character of such a sequence.
3 means C is the start of a two-char comment end sequence.
4 means C is the second character of such a sequence.
1 means CHAR is the start of a two-char comment start sequence.
2 means CHAR is the second character of such a sequence.
3 means CHAR is the start of a two-char comment end sequence.
4 means CHAR is the second character of such a sequence.
There can be up to two orthogonal comment sequences. This is to support
language modes such as C++. By default, all comment sequences are of style
a, but you can set the comment sequence style to b (on the second character
of a comment-start, or the first character of a comment-end sequence) using
this flag:
b means C is part of comment sequence b.
n means C is part of a nestable comment sequence.
b means CHAR is part of comment sequence b.
n means CHAR is part of a nestable comment sequence.
p means C is a prefix character for `backward-prefix-chars';
p means CHAR is a prefix character for `backward-prefix-chars';
such characters are treated as whitespace when they occur
between expressions. */)
between expressions.
usage: (modify-syntax-entry CHAR NEWENTRY &optional SYNTAX-TABLE) */)
(c, newentry, syntax_table)
Lisp_Object c, newentry, syntax_table;
{
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