Commit af7272b1 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

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parent ddf6b9a3
......@@ -66,6 +66,11 @@ to specify the value of `default-directory' for mail buffers. This
directory is used for auto-save files of mail buffers. It defaults to
"~/".
** When you are root, and you visit a file whose modes specify
read-only, the Emacs buffer is now read-only too. Type C-x C-q if you
want to make the buffer writable. (As root, you will in fact be able
to alter the file.)
---
** ps-print can now print Unicode characters.
......@@ -737,9 +742,25 @@ completing file names. Elements of `completion-ignored-extensions'
which do not end in a slash are never considered when a completion
candidate is a directory.
** The variable `safe-local-eval-forms' specifies a list of forms that
are ok to evaluate when they appear in an `eval' local variables
specification. Normally Emacs asks for confirmation before evaluating
such a form, but if the form appears in this list, no confirmation is
needed.
** If a function has a non-nil `safe-local-eval-function' property,
that means it is ok to evaluate some calls to that function when it
appears in an `eval' local variables specification. If the property
is t, then any form calling that function with constant arguments is
ok. If the property is a function or list of functions, they are called
with the form as argument, and if any returns t, the form is ok to call.
If the form is not "ok to call", that means Emacs asks for
confirmation as before.
+++
** Completion commands in the minibuffer apply only to the
text before point. If there is text in the buffer after point,
** The completion commands TAB, SPC and ? in the minibuffer apply only
to the text before point. If there is text in the buffer after point,
it remains unchanged.
+++
......@@ -941,6 +962,14 @@ to override the internal read-file-name function.
`read-file-name' to read a directory name; when used, completion
will only show directories.
** The new function `file-remote-p' tests a file name and returns
non-nil if it specifies a remote file (one that Emacs accesses using
its own special methods and not directly through the file system).
** When a Lisp file uses CL functions at run-time, compiling the file
now issues warnings about these calls, unless the file performs
(require 'cl) when loaded.
** The new Lisp library fringe.el controls the apperance of fringes.
** The `defmacro' form may contain declarations specifying how to
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2002-07-07 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* emacs-lisp/easymenu.el (easy-menu-popup-menu): Function deleted.
* emacs-lisp/advice.el (ad-compile-function):
Disable cl-function warnings if cl is loaded.
* files.el (safe-local-eval-forms): New user option.
(hack-one-local-variable-eval-safep): Support it.
Also allow `safe-local-eval-function' property to be a function
or a list of functions.
(c-add-style): Delete `safe-local-eval-function' property.
* files.el (after-find-file): Make buffer read-only if file is
marked that way, even for root.
* files.el (save-some-buffers): Doc fix.
* bindings.el (completion-ignored-extensions): Add .gmo and .mo.
2002-07-06 Francesco Potorti` <pot@gnu.org>
* dos-w32.el (file-name-buffer-file-type-alist): Add knowledge of
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2002-07-07 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* xdisp.c (make_cursor_line_fully_visible): Don't try short scrolls.
Instead just return 0 when there is something to be done.
(try_scrolling): If make_cursor_line_fully_visible returns 0,
retry scrolling as if cursor were off the bottom.
(try_cursor_movement): If make_cursor_line_fully_visible returns 0,
return CURSOR_MOVEMENT_MUST_SCROLL.
(redisplay_window): If make_cursor_line_fully_visible returns 0,
go to try_to_scroll.
* buffer.c (Fbuffer_local_value): Store current value into its binding
so we get the up-to-date value for the binding that is loaded.
* eval.c (Fdefmacro): Doc fix.
2002-07-05 Pavel Jan,Bm(Bk <Pavel@Janik.cz>
* xdisp.c: Remove unused variable `face'.
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