Commit ad8d30b3 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Improve indexing.

parent d1609ce7
2007-03-31 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* intro.texi (nil and t):
* symbols.texi (Plists and Alists):
* variables.texi (Variable Aliases, Constant Variables):
* functions.texi (Defining Functions):
* advice.texi (Advising Primitives):
* debugging.texi (Syntax Errors, Compilation Errors):
* minibuf.texi (Minibuffer Windows):
* commands.texi (Adjusting Point):
* modes.texi (Syntactic Font Lock, Faces for Font Lock)
(Auto Major Mode, Major Mode Conventions):
* help.texi (Describing Characters):
* files.texi (Create/Delete Dirs, Information about Files)
(File Locks, Writing to Files, Reading from Files)
(Saving Buffers):
* windows.texi (Resizing Windows, Cyclic Window Ordering):
* frames.texi (Finding All Frames):
* positions.texi (Buffer End, Motion):
* markers.texi (The Region):
* text.texi (Deletion, Near Point):
* display.texi (Displaying Messages, Truncation):
* os.texi (Processor Run Time):
* tips.texi (Key Binding Conventions, Programming Tips)
(Warning Tips, Documentation Tips, Comment Tips):
* internals.texi (Memory Usage): Improve indexing.
* variables.texi (Frame-Local Variables):
* functions.texi (Argument List):
* loading.texi (Library Search):
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......@@ -673,6 +673,7 @@ Instead they are implemented specially by the advice mechanism.
@node Advising Primitives
@section Advising Primitives
@cindex advising primitives
Advising a primitive function (also called a ``subr'') is risky.
Some primitive functions are used by the advice mechanism; advising
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......@@ -865,6 +865,10 @@ If the last event came from a keyboard macro, the value is @code{macro}.
@node Adjusting Point
@section Adjusting Point After Commands
@cindex adjust point
@cindex invisible or intangible text, and point display
@cindex @code{display} property, and point display
@cindex @code{composition} property, and point display
It is not easy to display a value of point in the middle of a
sequence of text that has the @code{display}, @code{composition} or
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......@@ -675,6 +675,7 @@ If @var{frame-number} is out of range, @code{backtrace-frame} returns
@node Syntax Errors
@section Debugging Invalid Lisp Syntax
@cindex debugging invalid Lisp syntax
The Lisp reader reports invalid syntax, but cannot say where the real
problem is. For example, the error ``End of file during parsing'' in
......@@ -690,6 +691,8 @@ technique is to try @kbd{C-M-e} at the beginning of each defun, and see
if it goes to the place where that defun appears to end. If it does
not, there is a problem in that defun.
@cindex unbalanced parentheses
@cindex parentheses mismatch
However, unmatched parentheses are the most common syntax errors in
Lisp, and we can give further advice for those cases. (In addition,
just moving point through the code with Show Paren mode enabled might
......@@ -798,6 +801,7 @@ never return. If it ever does return, you get a run-time error.
@node Compilation Errors
@section Debugging Problems in Compilation
@cindex debugging byte compilation problems
When an error happens during byte compilation, it is normally due to
invalid syntax in the program you are compiling. The compiler prints a
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......@@ -126,6 +126,7 @@ Returns @code{t} if redisplay was performed, or @code{nil} otherwise.
@node Truncation
@section Truncation
@cindex line wrapping
@cindex line truncation
@cindex continuation lines
@cindex @samp{$} in display
@cindex @samp{\} in display
......@@ -216,6 +217,7 @@ explicitly.
@node Displaying Messages
@subsection Displaying Messages in the Echo Area
@cindex display message in echo area
This section describes the functions for explicitly producing echo
area messages. Many other Emacs features display messages there, too.
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......@@ -296,6 +296,7 @@ in the list @code{find-file-hook}.
@node Saving Buffers
@section Saving Buffers
@cindex saving buffers
When you edit a file in Emacs, you are actually working on a buffer
that is visiting that file---that is, the contents of the file are
......@@ -481,6 +482,7 @@ Name}).
@node Reading from Files
@comment node-name, next, previous, up
@section Reading from Files
@cindex reading from files
You can copy a file from the disk and insert it into a buffer
using the @code{insert-file-contents} function. Don't use the user-level
......@@ -544,6 +546,7 @@ program can read the file, use the function @code{file-local-copy}; see
@node Writing to Files
@comment node-name, next, previous, up
@section Writing to Files
@cindex writing to files
You can write the contents of a buffer, or part of a buffer, directly
to a file on disk using the @code{append-to-file} and
......@@ -647,6 +650,7 @@ with-temp-buffer,, The Current Buffer}.
@node File Locks
@section File Locks
@cindex file locks
@cindex lock file
When two users edit the same file at the same time, they are likely
to interfere with each other. Emacs tries to prevent this situation
......@@ -736,6 +740,8 @@ for its usual definition is in @file{userlock.el}.
@node Information about Files
@section Information about Files
@cindex information about files
@cindex file, information about
The functions described in this section all operate on strings that
designate file names. With a few exceptions, all the functions have
......@@ -2459,6 +2465,7 @@ which generate the listing with Lisp code.
@node Create/Delete Dirs
@section Creating and Deleting Directories
@cindex creating and deleting directories
@c Emacs 19 features
Most Emacs Lisp file-manipulation functions get errors when used on
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......@@ -959,6 +959,7 @@ calls the function @code{delete-frame}. @xref{Misc Events}.
@node Finding All Frames
@section Finding All Frames
@cindex finding all frames
@defun frame-list
The function @code{frame-list} returns a list of all the frames that
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......@@ -584,6 +584,7 @@ defined is often done deliberately, and there is no way to distinguish
deliberate redefinition from unintentional redefinition.
@end defspec
@cindex function aliases
@defun defalias name definition &optional docstring
@anchor{Definition of defalias}
This special form defines the symbol @var{name} as a function, with
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......@@ -388,6 +388,7 @@ C-g abort-recursive-edit
@node Describing Characters
@section Describing Characters for Help Messages
@cindex describe characters and events
These functions convert events, key sequences, or characters to
textual descriptions. These descriptions are useful for including
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......@@ -441,6 +441,7 @@ point number.
@node Memory Usage
@section Memory Usage
@cindex memory usage
These functions and variables give information about the total amount
of memory allocation that Emacs has done, broken down by data type.
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......@@ -170,11 +170,11 @@ being described, are formatted like this: @var{first-number}.
@node nil and t
@subsection @code{nil} and @code{t}
@cindex @code{nil}, uses of
@cindex truth value
@cindex boolean
@cindex false
@cindex @code{nil}
@cindex false
In Lisp, the symbol @code{nil} has three separate meanings: it
is a symbol with the name @samp{nil}; it is the logical truth value
@var{false}; and it is the empty list---the list of zero elements.
......@@ -197,7 +197,7 @@ in Lisp programs also.
(setq foo-flag nil) ; @r{Emphasize the truth value @var{false}}
@end example
@cindex @code{t}, uses of
@cindex @code{t}
@cindex true
In contexts where a truth value is expected, any non-@code{nil} value
is considered to be @var{true}. However, @code{t} is the preferred way
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......@@ -629,7 +629,7 @@ more marks than this are pushed onto the @code{mark-ring},
@node The Region
@section The Region
@cindex region, the
@cindex region between mark and point
The text between point and the mark is known as @dfn{the region}.
Various functions operate on text delimited by point and the mark, but
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......@@ -1786,6 +1786,7 @@ regular expression).
@node Minibuffer Windows
@section Minibuffer Windows
@cindex minibuffer windows
These functions access and select minibuffer windows
and test whether they are active.
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......@@ -252,6 +252,8 @@ Fundamental mode. Rmail mode is a complicated and specialized mode.
@node Major Mode Conventions
@subsection Major Mode Conventions
@cindex major mode conventions
@cindex conventions for writing major modes
The code for existing major modes follows various coding conventions,
including conventions for local keymap and syntax table initialization,
......@@ -495,6 +497,7 @@ Even if you never load the file more than once, someone else will.
@node Auto Major Mode
@subsection How Emacs Chooses a Major Mode
@cindex major mode, automatic selection
Based on information in the file name or in the file itself, Emacs
automatically selects a major mode for the new buffer when a file is
......@@ -2855,6 +2858,8 @@ set the variable @code{font-lock-defaults}.
@node Faces for Font Lock
@subsection Faces for Font Lock
@cindex faces for font lock
@cindex font lock faces
You can make Font Lock mode use any face, but several faces are
defined specifically for Font Lock mode. Each of these symbols is both
......@@ -2927,6 +2932,7 @@ directives in C.
@node Syntactic Font Lock
@subsection Syntactic Font Lock
@cindex syntactic font lock
Syntactic fontification uses the syntax table to find comments and
string constants (@pxref{Syntax Tables}). It highlights them using
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......@@ -1310,6 +1310,7 @@ the inverse conversion, use @code{float-time}.
@node Processor Run Time
@section Processor Run time
@cindex processor run time
@defun get-internal-run-time
This function returns the processor run time used by Emacs as a list
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......@@ -123,6 +123,7 @@ size of @var{buffer}.
@node Motion
@section Motion
@cindex motion by characters, words, lines, lists
Motion functions change the value of point, either relative to the
current value of point, relative to the beginning or end of the buffer,
......@@ -235,6 +236,7 @@ If this variable is non-@code{nil}, certain motion functions including
@node Buffer End Motion
@subsection Motion to an End of the Buffer
@cindex move to beginning or end of buffer
To move point to the beginning of the buffer, write:
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......@@ -436,6 +436,8 @@ names, and the other two elements are the corresponding values.
@node Plists and Alists
@subsection Property Lists and Association Lists
@cindex plist vs alist
@cindex alist vs plist
@cindex property lists vs association lists
Association lists (@pxref{Association Lists}) are very similar to
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......@@ -64,6 +64,7 @@ the character after point.
@node Near Point
@section Examining Text Near Point
@cindex text near point
Many functions are provided to look at the characters around point.
Several simple functions are described here. See also @code{looking-at}
......@@ -537,6 +538,7 @@ newlines and tabs like any other characters).
@node Deletion
@section Deleting Text
@cindex text deletion
@cindex deletion vs killing
Deletion means removing part of the text in a buffer, without saving
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......@@ -295,6 +295,7 @@ Otherwise, use your name. See also @xref{Library Headers}.
@node Key Binding Conventions
@section Key Binding Conventions
@cindex key binding, conventions for
@itemize @bullet
@item
......@@ -374,6 +375,7 @@ after @key{ESC}. In these states, you should define @kbd{@key{ESC}
@node Programming Tips
@section Emacs Programming Tips
@cindex programming conventions
Following these conventions will make your program fit better
into Emacs when it runs.
......@@ -559,6 +561,7 @@ the speed. @xref{Inline Functions}.
@node Warning Tips
@section Tips for Avoiding Compiler Warnings
@cindex byte compiler warnings, how to avoid
@itemize @bullet
@item
......@@ -599,6 +602,7 @@ is to put a call to @code{with-no-warnings} around it.
@node Documentation Tips
@section Tips for Documentation Strings
@cindex documentation strings, conventions and tips
@findex checkdoc-minor-mode
Here are some tips and conventions for the writing of documentation
......@@ -863,6 +867,7 @@ describe the most important commands in your major mode, and then use
@node Comment Tips
@section Tips on Writing Comments
@cindex comments, convention for
We recommend these conventions for where to put comments and how to
indent them:
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......@@ -100,10 +100,11 @@ x
@node Constant Variables
@section Variables that Never Change
@vindex nil
@vindex t
@kindex setting-constant
@cindex keyword symbol
@cindex constant variables
@cindex symbols that evaluate to themselves
@cindex symbols with constant values
In Emacs Lisp, certain symbols normally evaluate to themselves. These
include @code{nil} and @code{t}, as well as any symbol whose name starts
......@@ -1779,6 +1780,7 @@ properties from string values specified for file local variables.
@node Variable Aliases
@section Variable Aliases
@cindex variable aliases
It is sometimes useful to make two variables synonyms, so that both
variables always have the same value, and changing either one also
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