Commit a8e7142c authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(print-help-return-message): If pop-up-frames is non-nil, set up

help-return-method to delete the help window and, possibly, its frame as well.  Doc fix.
(help-return-method): Doc fix.
parent 6faed041
2005-12-03 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* help.el (print-help-return-message): If pop-up-frames is
non-nil, set up help-return-method to delete the help window and,
possibly, its frame as well. Doc fix.
(help-return-method): Doc fix.
2005-12-03 Martin Rudalics <rudalics@gmx.at> (tiny change)
 
* emacs-lisp/lisp-mode.el (lisp-imenu-generic-expression): Fix bug
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......@@ -111,7 +111,8 @@
(defvar help-return-method nil
"What to do to \"exit\" the help buffer.
This is a list
(WINDOW . t) delete the selected window, go to WINDOW.
(WINDOW . t) delete the selected window (and possibly its frame,
see `quit-window' and `View-quit'), go to WINDOW.
(WINDOW . quit-window) do quit-window, then select WINDOW.
(WINDOW BUF START POINT) display BUF at START, POINT, then select WINDOW.")
......@@ -119,10 +120,14 @@ This is a list
"Display or return message saying how to restore windows after help command.
This function assumes that `standard-output' is the help buffer.
It computes a message, and applies the optional argument FUNCTION to it.
If FUNCTION is nil, it applies `message', thus displaying the message."
If FUNCTION is nil, it applies `message', thus displaying the message.
In addition, this function sets up `help-return-method', which see, that
specifies what to do when the user exits the help buffer."
(and (not (get-buffer-window standard-output))
(let ((first-message
(cond ((special-display-p (buffer-name standard-output))
(cond ((or
pop-up-frames
(special-display-p (buffer-name standard-output)))
(setq help-return-method (cons (selected-window) t))
;; If the help output buffer is a special display buffer,
;; don't say anything about how to get rid of it.
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