Commit a7acbbe4 authored by Karl Heuer's avatar Karl Heuer

Comment fixes.

parent 60d0378e
......@@ -395,7 +395,7 @@
;;; when asked to list a non-existent directory. Some of the ai.mit.edu
;;; machines cause this problem for some FTP clients. Using
;;; ange-ftp-kill-ftp-process can restart the ftp process, which
;;; should get things back in synch.
;;; should get things back in sync.
;;;
;;; 3. Ange-ftp does not check to make sure that when creating a new file,
;;; you provide a valid filename for the remote operating system.
......@@ -2242,7 +2242,7 @@ which can parse the output from a DIR listing for a host of type TYPE.")
;;
;; With no-error t, it returns:
;; an error if not an ange-ftp-name
;; error if listing is unreable (most likely caused by a slow connection)
;; error if listing is unreadable (most likely caused by a slow connection)
;; nil if ftp error (this is because although asking to list a nonexistent
;; directory on a remote unix machine usually (except
;; maybe for dumb hosts) returns an ls error, but no
......
......@@ -166,7 +166,7 @@ You can redefine this if you want the mouse banished to a different corner."
;; Args are the CURRENT location, the desired DELTA for
;; warp-conservation, the DISTANCE we like to move, the VARIABILITY
;; in distance allowed, and the MIN and MAX possible window positions.
;; Returns something as close to DELTA as possible withing the constraints.
;; Returns something as close to DELTA as possible within the constraints.
(let ((L1 (max (- min cur) (+ (- dist) (- var))))
(R1 (+ (- dist) var ))
(L2 (+ dist (- var)))
......
......@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@
;;; With input from many users at TMC, (rose, craig, and gls come to mind),
;;; the current style of interface was developed.
;;; 9/87, Jim and Brewster took terminals home. Yuck. After
;;; complaining for a while Brewester implemented a subset of the current
;;; complaining for a while Brewster implemented a subset of the current
;;; LISPM version for GNU Emacs.
;;; 8/88 After complaining for a while (and with sufficient
;;; promised rewards), Jim reimplemented a version of GNU completion
......@@ -1045,7 +1045,7 @@ Each symbol is bound to a single completion entry.")
;;; A completion entry is a LIST of string, prefix-symbol num-uses, and
;;; last-use-time (the time the completion was last used)
;;; last-use-time is T if the string should be kept permanently
;;; num-uses is incremented everytime the completion is used.
;;; num-uses is incremented every time the completion is used.
;;; We chose lists because (car foo) is faster than (aref foo 0) and the
;;; creation time is about the same.
......
......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
;;
;; Set the variables you want special for your mode like this:
;; (set (make-local-variable 'dabbrev-case-replace) nil)
;; Then you don't interfer with other modes.
;; Then you don't interfere with other modes.
;;
;; If your mode handles buffers that refers to other buffers
;; (i.e. compilation-mode, gud-mode), then try to set
......@@ -771,7 +771,7 @@ See also `dabbrev-abbrev-char-regexp' and \\[dabbrev-completion]."
;;; ABBREV is string to find as prefix of word. Second arg, REVERSE,
;;; is t for reverse search, nil for forward. Variable dabbrev-limit
;;; controls the maximum search region size. Third argment IGNORE-CASE
;;; controls the maximum search region size. Third argument IGNORE-CASE
;;; non-nil means treat case as insignificant while looking for a match
;;; and when comparing with previous matches. Also if that's non-nil
;;; and the match is found at the beginning of a sentence and is in
......
......@@ -144,7 +144,7 @@ The variables are saved only when they really are local.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'desktop-locals-to-save)
;; We skip .log files because they are normally temporary.
;; (ftp) files because they require passwords and whatsnot.
;; (ftp) files because they require passwords and whatnot.
;; TAGS files to save time (tags-file-name is saved instead).
(defvar desktop-buffers-not-to-save
"\\(^nn\\.a[0-9]+\\|\\.log\\|(ftp)\\|^tags\\|^TAGS\\)$"
......
......@@ -1008,7 +1008,7 @@ Special value `always' suppresses confirmation.")
;; which will be added. The user will be queried if the file already
;; exists. If oldfile is removed by FILE-CREATOR (i.e, it is a
;; rename), it is FILE-CREATOR's responsibility to update dired
;; buffers. FILE-CREATOR must abort by signalling a file-error if it
;; buffers. FILE-CREATOR must abort by signaling a file-error if it
;; could not create newfile. The error is caught and logged.
;; OPERATION (a capitalized string, e.g. `Copy') describes the
......
......@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@
;; string will be replaced by another. This can be used for mapping
;; keys on a US keyboard to generate characters according to the local
;; keyboard convention when pressed once, and according to US keyboard
;; convetion when pressed twice.
;; convention when pressed twice.
;;
;; To use this mode, you must define the variable `double-map' and
;; then enable double mode with `M-x double-mode'. Read the
......@@ -42,9 +42,9 @@
;; The default mapping is for getting Danish/Norwegian keyboard layout
;; using ISO Latin 1 on a US keyboard.
;;
;; Imprtant node: While I would like to hear comments, bug reports,
;; Important node: While I would like to hear comments, bug reports,
;; suggestions, please do @strong{not} expect me to put other mappings
;; that the default into this file. There are billions and billions
;; than the default into this file. There are billions and billions
;; of such mappings, and just supporting the most common would
;; increase the size of this nice small file manyfold.
......
......@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ skiped over. Nil means show all regions.")
(and (string= state-of-merge "combined")
(not (string=
(ediff-make-combined-diff reg-A reg-B) reg-C)))
;; was prefered--ignore
;; was preferred--ignore
(string-match "prefer" state-of-merge))
(setq do-not-copy t))
......
......@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
;; Actually, the format of this list is pretty much up to the
;; developer. The only thing is that it must be a list of lists.
;; Also, keep in mind that the function ediff-prepare-meta-buffer
;; (which see) prepends nil in fron of each list (i.e., the above list
;; (which see) prepends nil in front of each list (i.e., the above list
;; will become ((nil obj1 obj2 ...) (nil ...) ...).
;; Ediff expects that your function (in 2 above) will arrange to
;; replace this prepended nil (via setcar) with the actual ediff
......@@ -1209,7 +1209,7 @@ all marked sessions must be active."
(error "No active Ediff sessions or corrupted session registry"))
(let (wind frame)
;; for some reason, point moves in ediff-registry-buffer, so we preserve it
;; explicity
;; explictly
(ediff-eval-in-buffer ediff-registry-buffer
(save-excursion
(cond ((setq wind
......
......@@ -733,7 +733,7 @@ Reestablish the default three-window display."
ediff-patch-action
ediff-toggle-wide-display ediff-toggle-multiframe))
;; Or one of the movement cmds and prev cmd was an Ediff cmd
;; This avoids rasing frames unnecessarily.
;; This avoids raising frames unnecessarily.
(and (memq this-command
'(ediff-next-difference
ediff-previous-difference
......@@ -1420,7 +1420,7 @@ the width of the A/B/C windows."
(move-to-window-line lines)
(point)))
;; `end' may be beyond the window bottom, so check
;; that we are making progres
;; that we are making progress
(< prev-point (point)))
(setq prev-point (point))
(setq lines (1+ lines)))
......@@ -2962,7 +2962,7 @@ buffer."
;;; Misc
;; These two functions are here to neutralize XEmacs unwillingless to
;; These two functions are here to neutralize XEmacs's unwillingness to
;; handle overlays whose buffers were deleted.
(defun ediff-move-overlay (overlay beg end &optional buffer)
"Calls `move-overlay' in Emacs and `set-extent-endpoints' in Lemacs.
......
......@@ -85,7 +85,7 @@
;; 2. On a monochrome display, the repertoire of faces with which to
;; highlight fine differences is limited. By default, Ediff is using
;; underlining. However, if the region is already underlied by some other
;; underlining. However, if the region is already underlined by some other
;; overlays, there is no simple way to temporarily remove that residual
;; underlining. This problem occurs when a buffer is highlighted with
;; hilit19.el or font-lock.el packages. If this residual highlighting gets
......@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@
;; Make a temp file, if source-filename has a magic file handler (or if
;; it is handled via auto-mode-alist and similar magic).
;; Check if there is a buffer visiting source-filename and if they are in
;; synch; arrange for the deletion of temp file.
;; sync; arrange for the deletion of temp file.
(ediff-find-file 'true-source-filename 'buf-to-patch
'ediff-last-dir-patch 'startup-hooks)
......@@ -833,7 +833,7 @@ If WIND-B is nil, use window next to WIND-A."
(save-excursion
(save-window-excursion
(sit-for 0) ; synch before using window-start/end -- a precaution
(sit-for 0) ; sync before using window-start/end -- a precaution
(select-window wind-A)
(setq beg-A (window-start)
end-A (window-end))
......
......@@ -938,7 +938,7 @@ otherwise pop it")
(defun byte-compile-arglist-signatures-congruent-p (old new)
(not (or
(> (car new) (car old)) ; requires more args now
(and (null (cdr old)) ; tooks rest-args, doesn't any more
(and (null (cdr old)) ; took rest-args, doesn't any more
(cdr new))
(and (cdr new) (cdr old) ; can't take as many args now
(< (cdr new) (cdr old)))
......@@ -1381,7 +1381,7 @@ With argument, insert value in current buffer after the form."
;; Compile pending forms at end of file.
(byte-compile-flush-pending)
(byte-compile-warn-about-unresolved-functions)
;; SHould we always do this? When calling multiple files, it
;; Should we always do this? When calling multiple files, it
;; would be useful to delay this warning until all have
;; been compiled.
(setq byte-compile-unresolved-functions nil))))
......
......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
;; Copyright (C) 1987 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: Richard Mlynark <mly@eddie.mit.edu>
;; Author: Richard Mlynarik <mly@eddie.mit.edu>
;; Created: July 1987
;; Maintainer: FSF
;; Keywords: lisp, tools
......
......@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
;; LCD Archive Entry:
;; cl-specs.el|Daniel LaLiberte|liberte@cs.uiuc.edu
;; |Edebug specs for cl.el
;; |$Date: 1995/04/19 00:47:42 $|1.1|
;; |$Date: 1995/10/30 16:51:55 $|1.1|
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
......@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
;; These specs are to be used with edebug.el version 3.3 or later and
;; cl.el version 2.03 or later, by Dave Gillespie <daveg@synaptics.com>.
;; This file need not be byte-compiled, but it shouldnt hurt.
;; This file need not be byte-compiled, but it shouldn't hurt.
(provide 'cl-specs)
;; Do the above provide before the following require.
......@@ -412,7 +412,7 @@
(def-edebug-spec loop-initial-final
(&or ["initially"
;; [&optional &or "do" "doing"] ;; CLtL2 doesnt allow this.
;; [&optional &or "do" "doing"] ;; CLtL2 doesn't allow this.
&rest loop-non-atomic-expr]
["finally" &or
[[&optional &or "do" "doing"] &rest loop-non-atomic-expr]
......
......@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ When this is `function', only ask when called non-interactively.")
"String representing the current year.")
;; when modifiying this, also modify the comment generated by autoinsert.el
;; when modifying this, also modify the comment generated by autoinsert.el
(defconst copyright-current-gpl-version "2"
"String representing the current version of the GPL or `nil'.")
......
......@@ -130,7 +130,7 @@ nil means discard it; anything else is stream for print.
This version, from `eval-reg.el', allows Lisp customization of read,
eval, and the printer."
;; Because this doesnt narrow to the region, one other difference
;; Because this doesn't narrow to the region, one other difference
;; concerns inserting whitespace after the expression being evaluated.
(interactive "r")
......@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ eval, and the printer."
(original-eval-region elisp-start elisp-end elisp-output)
(let ((elisp-pnt (point))
(elisp-buf (current-buffer));; Outside buffer
(elisp-inside-buf (current-buffer));; Buffer current while evaling
(elisp-inside-buf (current-buffer));; Buffer current while evalling
;; Mark the end because it may move.
(elisp-end-marker (set-marker (make-marker) elisp-end))
elisp-form
......
......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@
;; yourself from yourself. For example, if you have a shell running a big
;; program and exiting emacs would abort that program, you may want to lock
;; that buffer, then if you forget about it after a while, you won't
;; accidently exit emacs. To unlock the buffer, just goto the buffer and
;; accidentally exit emacs. To unlock the buffer, just goto the buffer and
;; run toggle-emacs-lock again.
(defvar lock-emacs-from-exiting nil
......
......@@ -1741,7 +1741,7 @@ to the left margin, if they are in windows."
;; If there are min-lines lines above and below the region, then don't do
;; anything.
;; If not, recenter the region to make it so.
;; If that isn't possible, remove context lines balancedly from top and botton
;; If that isn't possible, remove context lines balancedly from top and bottom
;; so the entire region shows.
;; If that isn't possible, show the top of the region.
;; BEG must be at the beginning of a line.
......@@ -2847,7 +2847,7 @@ keymap. Leaves merge in fast mode."
;; a list of variables. The argument is a list of symbols (the names of
;; the variables). A list element can also be a list of two functions,
;; the first of which (when called with no arguments) gets the value, and
;; the second (when called with a value as an argment) sets the value.
;; the second (when called with a value as an argument) sets the value.
;; A "function" is anything that funcall can handle as an argument.
(defun emerge-save-variables (vars)
......
......@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
;; NumLock must be ON.
;;
;; The PC keypad keys are mapped to the corresponding DEC LK-201
;; keypad keys according to the corresponding physical possition on
;; keypad keys according to the corresponding physical position on
;; the keyboard. Thus, the physical position of the PC keypad key
;; determines its function, not the PC keycap name.
;;
......
......@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@
;; This package provides equivalents of certain primitives from Gosling
;; Emacs (including the commercial UniPress versions). These have an
;; ml- prefix to distinguish them from native GNU Emacs functions with
;; similar names. The oackage mlconvert.el translates Mocklisp code
;; similar names. The package mlconvert.el translates Mocklisp code
;; to use these names.
;;; Code:
......
......@@ -494,7 +494,7 @@ the MAC GUI or MS-Windows (sorry for the last one)."
(define-key global-map "\M-w" 'copy-region-as-kill-nomark)
;; The followong keybindings are for standard ISO keyboards
;; The following keybindings are for standard ISO keyboards
;; as they are used with IBM compatible PCs, IBM RS/6000,
;; MACs, many X-Stations and probably more
(define-key global-map [S-right] 'forward-char-mark)
......@@ -533,7 +533,7 @@ the MAC GUI or MS-Windows (sorry for the last one)."
(define-key global-map [C-insert] 'copy-region-as-kill)
(define-key global-map [S-delete] 'kill-region)
;; The following bindings are usueful on Sun Type 3 keyboards
;; The following bindings are useful on Sun Type 3 keyboards
;; They implement the Get-Delete-Put (copy-cut-paste)
;; functions from sunview on the L6, L8 and L10 keys
(define-key global-map [f16] 'yank)
......
......@@ -31,8 +31,7 @@
(defvar vip-insert-intercept-map (make-sparse-keymap))
(defvar vip-emacs-intercept-map (make-sparse-keymap))
;; keymap used to zap all keymaps other than function-key-map,
;; devide-function-key-map, etc.
;; keymap used to zap all keymaps other than function-key-map, etc.
(defvar vip-overriding-map (make-sparse-keymap))
(vip-deflocalvar vip-vi-local-user-map (make-sparse-keymap)
......
......@@ -766,7 +766,7 @@
;; Emacs has a bug in eventp, which causes (eventp nil) to return (nil)
;; instead of nil, if '(nil) was previously inadvertantly assigned to
;; instead of nil, if '(nil) was previously inadvertently assigned to
;; unread-command-events
(defun vip-event-key (event)
(or (and event (eventp event))
......
......@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ in that frame; otherwise change each frame."
;; For a specific frame, use gray stipple instead of gray color
;; if the display does not support a gray color.
(if (and frame (not (eq frame t)) color
;; Check for supportedness for foreground, not for background!
;; Check for support for foreground, not for background!
;; face-color-supported-p is smart enough to know
;; that grays are "supported" as background
;; because we are supposed to use stipple for them!
......
......@@ -452,12 +452,12 @@ See also the documentation for `gnus-article-highlight-citation'."
;; loose attribution lines, otherwise the first prefix will be used.
;;
;; If AFTER is non-nil, only citations after the attribution line
;; will be concidered.
;; will be considered.
;;
;; If FUN is non-nil, it will be called with the arguments (WROTE
;; PREFIX TAG) and expected to return a regular expression. Only
;; citations whose prefix matches the regular expression will be
;; concidered.
;; considered.
;;
;; WROTE is the attribution line number.
;; PREFIX is the attribution line prefix.
......
......@@ -415,7 +415,7 @@ NOTE: This command only works with newsgroups that use real or simulated NNTP."
;; Fucking XEmacs redisplay bug with truncated lines.
(goto-char b)
(sit-for 0)
;; Grumble.. Fucking XEmacs stickyness of text properties.
;; Grumble.. Fucking XEmacs stickiness of text properties.
(remove-text-properties
(1+ b) (1+ (gnus-point-at-eol))
'(gnus-number nil gnus-mark nil gnus-level nil))
......
......@@ -580,7 +580,7 @@ will attempt to use the foreign server to post the article."
(match-beginning 0)))
;; Correct newsgroups field: change sequence of spaces to comma and
;; eliminate spaces around commas. Eliminate imbedded line breaks.
;; eliminate spaces around commas. Eliminate embedded line breaks.
(goto-char (point-min))
(if (re-search-forward "^Newsgroups: +" nil t)
(save-restriction
......@@ -1353,7 +1353,7 @@ domain is undefined, the domain name is got from it."
;; You might for example insert a "." somewhere (not next to another dot
;; or string boundary), or modify the newsreader name to "Ding".
(defun gnus-inews-unique-id ()
;; Dont use microseconds from (current-time), they may be unsupported.
;; Don't use microseconds from (current-time), they may be unsupported.
;; Instead we use this randomly inited counter.
(setq gnus-unique-id-char
(% (1+ (or gnus-unique-id-char (logand (random t) (1- (lsh 1 20)))))
......
......@@ -910,7 +910,7 @@ SCORE is the score to add."
(if last
(progn
;; Insert the line, with a text property on the
;; terminating newline refering to the articles with
;; terminating newline referring to the articles with
;; this line.
(insert last ?\n)
(put-text-property (1- (point)) (point) 'articles alike)))
......@@ -1252,7 +1252,7 @@ SCORE is the score to add."
(defun gnus-score-string (score-list header now expire &optional trace)
;; Score ARTICLES according to HEADER in SCORE-LIST.
;; Update matches entries to NOW and remove unmatched entried older
;; Update matching entries to NOW and remove unmatched entries older
;; than EXPIRE.
;; Insert the unique article headers in the buffer.
......@@ -1281,7 +1281,7 @@ SCORE is the score to add."
(if last
(progn
;; Insert the line, with a text property on the
;; terminating newline refering to the articles with
;; terminating newline referring to the articles with
;; this line.
(insert last ?\n)
(put-text-property (1- (point)) (point) 'articles alike)))
......
......@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ This variable is buffer-local.")
(defvar ielm-header
(concat
"*** Welcome to IELM version "
(substring "$Revision: 1.4 $" 11 -2)
(substring "$Revision: 1.5 $" 11 -2)
" *** Type (describe-mode) for help.\n"
"IELM has ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; type (describe-no-warranty) for details.\n")
"Message to display when IELM is started.")
......@@ -145,7 +145,7 @@ This variable is buffer-local.")
(or
;; the buffer has been modified
(not (= btick (buffer-modified-tick)))
;; a completions buffer has been modifed or created
;; a completions buffer has been modified or created
(if cbuffer
(not (= ctick (buffer-modified-tick cbuffer)))
(get-buffer "*Completions*")))))
......
......@@ -369,7 +369,7 @@ This function is called after the function pointed out by
(/ (* 100 (1- pos)) (max total 1)))))
;;;
;;; Function for suporting general looking submenu names.
;;; Function for supporting general looking submenu names.
;;; Uses `imenu-submenu-name-format' for creating the name.
;;; NAME is the base of the new submenu name.
;;;
......
......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
;; Copyright (C) 1985 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Maintainer: FSF
;; Keyord: languages
;; Keyword: languages
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
......
......@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
;; tower@prep Sep 3 1986
;; added news-rotate-buffer-body
;; tower@prep Oct 17 1986
;; made messages more user friendly, cleanuped news-inews
;; made messages more user friendly, cleaned up news-inews
;; move posting and mail code to new file rnewpost.el
;; tower@prep Oct 29 1986
;; added caesar-region, rename news-caesar-buffer-body, hacked accordingly
......@@ -796,7 +796,7 @@ Using ls was found to be too slow in a previous version."
(setq tem news-list-of-files)
(while tem
(if (or (not (string-match "^[0-9]*$" (car tem)))
;; dont get confused by directories that look like numbers
;; don't get confused by directories that look like numbers
(file-directory-p
(concat file-directory "/" (car tem)))
(<= (string-to-int (car tem)) end-file-no))
......@@ -858,7 +858,7 @@ Using ls was found to be too slow in a previous version."
(defun news-add-news-group (gp)
"Resubscribe to or add a USENET news group named GROUP (a string)."
; @@ (completing-read ...)
; @@ could be based on news library file ../active (slightly facist)
; @@ could be based on news library file ../active (slightly fascist)
; @@ or (expensive to compute) all directories under the news spool directory
(interactive "sAdd news group: ")
(let ((file-dir (concat news-path (string-subst-char ?/ ?. gp))))
......
......@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
;; imported from rmail and modified to work with rnews ...
;; Mon Mar 25,1985 at 03:07:04 ads@mit-hermes.
;; this is done so that rnews can operate independently from rmail.el and
;; sendmail and dosen't have to autoload these functions.
;; sendmail and doesn't have to autoload these functions.
;;
;;; >> Nuked by Mly to autoload those functions again, as the duplication of
;;; >> code was making maintenance too difficult.
......
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@
;; ========== Credits and History ==========
;; In mid 1991, several people posted some interesting improvements to
;; man.el from the standard emacs 18.57 distribution. I liked many of
;; these, but wanted everthing in one single package, so I decided
;; these, but wanted everything in one single package, so I decided
;; to incorporate them into a single manual browsing mode. While
;; much of the code here has been rewritten, and some features added,
;; these folks deserve lots of credit for providing the initial
......@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@
;; Francesco Potorti` <pot@cnuce.cnr.it> cleaned it up thoroughly,
;; making it faster, more robust and more tolerant of different
;; systems' man idiosynchrasies.
;; systems' man idiosyncrasies.
;; ========== Features ==========
;; + Runs "man" in the background and pipes the results through a
......
......@@ -354,7 +354,7 @@
;; If FORCE, delete article no matter how many X-Gnus-Newsgroup
;; headers there are. If LEAVE-DELIM, don't delete the Unix mbox
;; delimeter line.
;; delimiter line.
(defun nnbabyl-delete-mail (&optional force leave-delim)
;; Delete the current X-Gnus-Newsgroup line.
(or force
......
......@@ -201,7 +201,7 @@
nneething-group-alist)))))))
(defun nneething-map-file ()
;; We make sure that the .neething directory exists.
;; We make sure that the .nneething directory exists.
(make-directory nneething-map-file-directory 'parents)
;; We store it in a special directory under the user's home dir.
(concat (file-name-as-directory nneething-map-file-directory)
......
......@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@
(concat (file-name-as-directory nnfolder-directory) "active")
"The name of the active file.")
;; I renamed this variable to somehting more in keeping with the general GNU
;; I renamed this variable to something more in keeping with the general GNU
;; style. -SLB
(defvar nnfolder-ignore-active-file nil
......@@ -566,7 +566,7 @@ such things as moving mail. All buffers always get killed upon server close.")
;; accidentally gotten new mail with something other than Gnus (but why
;; would _that_ ever happen? :-). In that case, we will be in the middle of
;; processing the file, ready to add new X-Gnus article number markers, and
;; we'll run accross a message with no ID yet - the active list _may_not_ be
;; we'll run across a message with no ID yet - the active list _may_not_ be
;; ready for us yet.
;; To handle this, I'm modifying this routine to maintain the maximum ID seen
......@@ -593,7 +593,7 @@ such things as moving mail. All buffers always get killed upon server close.")
activenumber activemin start end)
(goto-char (point-min))
;;
;; Anytime the active number is 1 or 0, it is supect. In that case,
;; Anytime the active number is 1 or 0, it is suspect. In that case,
;; search the file manually to find the active number. Or, of course,
;; if we're being paranoid. (This would also be the place to build
;; other lists from the header markers, such as expunge lists, etc., if
......
......@@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ If the stream is opened, return T, otherwise return NIL."
"Select article by message number."
(nnkiboze-possibly-change-newsgroups newsgroup)
(if (not (numberp article))
;; This is a real cludge. It might not work at times, but it
;; This is a real kludge. It might not work at times, but it
;; does no harm I think. The only alternative is to offer no
;; article fetching by message-id at all.
(nntp-request-article article newsgroup gnus-nntp-server buffer)
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......@@ -338,7 +338,7 @@
;; If FORCE, delete article no matter how many X-Gnus-Newsgroup
;; headers there are. If LEAVE-DELIM, don't delete the Unix mbox
;; delimeter line.
;; delimiter line.
(defun nnmbox-delete-mail (&optional force leave-delim)
;; Delete the current X-Gnus-Newsgroup line.
(or force
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......@@ -311,7 +311,7 @@
(and
(nnmail-activate 'nnmh)
;; We trick the choosing function into believing that only one
;; group is availiable.
;; group is available.
(let ((nnmail-split-methods (list (list group ""))))
(car (nnmh-save-mail))))
(and
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......@@ -327,7 +327,7 @@ all. This may very well take some time.")
(and
(nnmail-activate 'nnml)
;; We trick the choosing function into believing that only one
;; group is availiable.
;; group is available.
(let ((nnmail-split-methods (list (list group ""))))
(setq result (car (nnml-save-mail))))
(progn
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......@@ -366,7 +366,7 @@ Newsgroup must be selected before calling this function."
(nnspool-sift-nov-with-sed articles nov)
(insert-file-contents nov)
;; First we find the first wanted line. We issue a number
;; of search-forwards - the first article we are lookign
;; of search-forwards - the first article we are looking
;; for may be expired, so we have to go on searching until
;; we find one of the articles we want.
(while (and articles
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......@@ -326,7 +326,7 @@ instead call function `nntp-status-message' to get status message.")
(if nntp-server-list-active-group
(progn
;; We have read active entries, so we just delete the
;; superfluos gunk.
;; superfluous gunk.
(goto-char (point-min))
(while (re-search-forward "^[.2-5]" nil t)
(delete-region (match-beginning 0)
......@@ -936,7 +936,7 @@ It will prompt for a password."
(accept-process-output)
;; On some Emacs versions the preceding function has
;; a tendency to change the buffer. Perhaps. It's
;; quite difficult to reporduce, because it only
;; quite difficult to reproduce, because it only
;; seems to happen once in a blue moon.
(set-buffer buf)
(while (progn
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......@@ -266,8 +266,8 @@ is non-nil."
;; please send me a note. Thanks.
;; As we choosed values 0, 1 and 6 to denote empty, X and O squares, the
;; contents of a qtuple is uniquely determined by the sum of its elements and
;; As we chose values 0, 1 and 6 to denote empty, X and O squares, the
;; contents of a qtuple are uniquely determined by the sum of its elements and
;; we just have to set up a translation table.
(defconst gomoku-score-trans-table
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