Commit a7679889 authored by Lute Kamstra's avatar Lute Kamstra
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(Instrumenting Macro Calls): Fix typos.

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2005-03-15 Lute Kamstra <lute@gnu.org>
* edebug.texi (Instrumenting Macro Calls): Fix typos.
2005-03-08 Kim F. Storm <storm@cua.dk>
* display.texi (Specified Space): Property :width is support on
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......@@ -1074,7 +1074,7 @@ time later.)
Therefore, you must define an Edebug specification for each macro
that Edebug will encounter, to explain the format of calls to that
macro. To do this, add an @code{edebug} declaration to the macro
macro. To do this, add a @code{debug} declaration to the macro
definition. Here is a simple example that shows the specification for
the @code{for} example macro (@pxref{Argument Evaluation}).
......@@ -1095,10 +1095,9 @@ the @code{declare} form.
You can also define an edebug specification for a macro separately
from the macro definition with @code{def-edebug-spec}. Adding
@code{edebug} declarations is preferred, and more convenient, for
macro definitions in Lisp, but @code{def-edebug-spec} makes it
possible to define Edebug specifications for special forms implemented
in C.
@code{debug} declarations is preferred, and more convenient, for macro
definitions in Lisp, but @code{def-edebug-spec} makes it possible to
define Edebug specifications for special forms implemented in C.
@deffn Macro def-edebug-spec macro specification
Specify which expressions of a call to macro @var{macro} are forms to be
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