Commit a8ce3d17 authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero

Fix typos.

parent 37aca7a8
2009-03-02 Juanma Barranquero <>
* mark.texi (Marking Objects): Fix typo.
2009-03-01 Chong Yidong <>
* abbrevs.texi (Expanding Abbrevs): Mention abbrev-expand-functions
......@@ -180,7 +180,7 @@ that paragraph, and the mark goes at the start of the region.
Similarly, @kbd{C-M-h} (@code{mark-defun}) sets mark and point
around major top-level definitions (@pxref{Moving by Defuns}), and
@kbd{C-x C-p} (@code{mark-page}) does the same for pages
(@pxref{Pages}). These treat repeated invokations and prefix
(@pxref{Pages}). These treat repeated invocations and prefix
arguments similarly to @code{mark-paragraph}.
Finally, @kbd{C-x h} (@code{mark-whole-buffer}) sets up the entire
......@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@
;; slice you can use `doc-view-set-slice' (bound to `s s') which will query you
;; for the coordinates of the slice's top-left corner and its width and height.
;; A much more convenient way to do the same is offered by the command
;; `doc-view-set-slice-using-mouse' (bound to `s m'). After invokation you
;; `doc-view-set-slice-using-mouse' (bound to `s m'). After invocation you
;; only have to press mouse-1 at the top-left corner and drag it to the
;; bottom-right corner of the desired slice. To reset the slice use
;; `doc-view-reset-slice' (bound to `s r').
......@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@
;; `C-r' you can do the same, but backwards. To search for a new regexp give a
;; prefix arg to one of the search functions, e.g. by typing `C-u C-s'. The
;; searching works by using a plain text representation of the document. If
;; that doesn't already exist the first invokation of `doc-view-search' (or
;; that doesn't already exist the first invocation of `doc-view-search' (or
;; `doc-view-search-backward') starts the conversion. When that finishes and
;; you're still viewing the document (i.e. you didn't switch to another buffer)
;; you're queried for the regexp then.
......@@ -2371,7 +2371,7 @@
Minor docstring fixes (using M-x checkdoc-current-buffer)
If you find time, and you are native english speaker, do that too!!
* erc.el: fixed macro-invokation
* erc.el: fixed macro-invocation
2002-01-31 Andreas Fuchs <>
......@@ -2239,7 +2239,8 @@ in which C preprocessor directives are used. e.g. `asm-mode' and
;; Any whitespace and defined object.
"[ \t'\(]*"
"\\(setf[ \t]+\\sw+)\\|\\sw+\\)?")
"\\(setf[ \t]+\\sw+\\|\\sw+\\)?"
"[ \t)]*")
(1 font-lock-keyword-face)
(9 (cond ((match-beginning 3) font-lock-function-name-face)
((match-beginning 6) font-lock-variable-name-face)
......@@ -8034,7 +8034,7 @@
XEmacs too. Sanitize so that it will work using least-common
denominator versions of 'make'. Tested using GNU make, Solaris make,
and Berkely make.
(all): Use recursive invokation based on the emacs or xemacs
(all): Use recursive invocation based on the emacs or xemacs
executable passed on the 'make EMACS=xemacs' command line.
(XEMACS_OPTIONS): The incantation to be passed to an xemacs editor
to compile things properly.
......@@ -2588,7 +2588,7 @@ xg_update_menubar (menubar, f, list, iter, pos, val,
/* Update the menu item W so it corresponds to VAL.
SELECT_CB is the callback to use when a menu item is selected.
HIGHLIGHT_CB is the callback to call when entering/leaving menu items.
CL_DATA is the data to set in the widget for menu invokation. */
CL_DATA is the data to set in the widget for menu invocation. */
static void
xg_update_menu_item (val, w, select_cb, highlight_cb, cl_data)
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