Commit a59f4bb5 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert
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; Spelling fixes

parent ae0a1a89
......@@ -2459,7 +2459,7 @@ local @file{.emacs} file:
Setting the @env{ENV} environment variable instructs some shells to
read an initialization file. Per default, @value{tramp} has disabled
this. You could overwrite this behaviour by evaluating
this. You could overwrite this behavior by evaluating
@lisp
@group
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......@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ the output buffer is not erased; this variable also controls where
to set the point in the output buffer: beginning of the output,
end of the buffer or save the point.
When 'shell-command-dont-erase-buffer' is nil, the default value,
the behaviour of 'shell-command', 'shell-command-on-region' and
the behavior of 'shell-command', 'shell-command-on-region' and
'async-shell-command' is as usual.
+++
......@@ -234,7 +234,7 @@ all call stack frames in a Lisp backtrace buffer as lists. Both
debug.el and edebug.el have been updated to heed to this variable.
+++
** The new variable `x-ctrl-keysym` has been added to the existing
** The new variable 'x-ctrl-keysym' has been added to the existing
roster of X keysyms. It can be used in combination with another
variable of this kind to swap modifiers in Emacs.
......@@ -372,7 +372,7 @@ also available in 'image-mode'.
+++
*** A new library for creating and manipulating SVG images has been
added. See the "SVG Images" section in the lispref manual for
added. See the "SVG Images" section in the Lisp reference manual for
details.
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......@@ -543,9 +543,10 @@ function 'check-declare-errmsg' has been removed.
** New function 'undo-amalgamate-change-group' to get rid of
undo-boundaries between two states.
** New var 'definition-prefixes' is a hashtable mapping prefixes to the
files where corresponding definitions can be found. This can be used
to fetch definitions that are not yet loaded, for example for 'C-h f'.
** New var 'definition-prefixes' is a hash table mapping prefixes to
the files where corresponding definitions can be found. This can be
used to fetch definitions that are not yet loaded, for example for
'C-h f'.
** New var 'syntax-ppss-table' to control the syntax-table used in
'syntax-ppss'.
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......@@ -35,11 +35,11 @@
;; tracked: a list of symbols
;; tracker: a hashtable tuned for 100 symbols to track (you should
;; tracker: a hash table tuned for 100 symbols to track (you should
;; only access this with the :lookup2-function and the
;; :lookup2+-function)
;; data: a hashtable with default size 10K and resize threshold 2.0
;; data: a hash table with default size 10K and resize threshold 2.0
;; (this reflects the expected usage so override it if you know better)
;; ...plus methods to do all the work: `registry-search',
......@@ -124,10 +124,10 @@
:documentation "The precious fields, a list of symbols.")
(tracker :initarg :tracker
:type hash-table
:documentation "The field tracking hashtable.")
:documentation "The field tracking hash table.")
(data :initarg :data
:type hash-table
:documentation "The data hashtable.")))
:documentation "The data hash table.")))
(cl-defmethod initialize-instance :before ((this registry-db) slots)
"Check whether a registry object needs to be upgraded."
......@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ Returns an alist of the key followed by the entry in a list, not a cons cell."
(cl-defmethod registry-lookup-secondary ((db registry-db) tracksym
&optional create)
"Search for TRACKSYM in the registry-db THIS.
When CREATE is not nil, create the secondary index hashtable if needed."
When CREATE is not nil, create the secondary index hash table if needed."
(let ((h (gethash tracksym (oref db tracker))))
(if h
h
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......@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ position to retrieve THING.")
(goto-char (nth 1 test))
(should (equal (thing-at-point (nth 2 test)) (nth 3 test))))))
;; These tests reflect the actual behaviour of
;; These tests reflect the actual behavior of
;; `thing-at-point-bounds-of-list-at-point'.
(ert-deftest thing-at-point-bug24627 ()
"Test for http://debbugs.gnu.org/24627 ."
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