Set VER to `22.1'.
(Basic editing): Explain how to use localized versions of the Tutorial. Mention that `C-h r' displays the manual. Delete obsolete WWW link to an Emacs 18 tutorial. (Getting a printed manual): Point to the new locations of the manuals on the GNU Web site. (Emacs Lisp documentation): Explain that the Emacs Lisp manual is available via Info (it was previously distributed separately). (Installing Texinfo documentation): The latest version of Texinfo is 4.8, not 4.0. (Informational files for Emacs): COPYING is the GNU General Public License, not the Emacs General Public License. (Informational files for Emacs): Delete obsolete link to the GNUinfo pages as they have been removed from the GNU Web site. (New in Emacs 22): New node. (Setting up a customization file): Say that most packages support Customize nowadays. (Colors on a TTY): Delete reference to instructions on how to enable syntax highlighting, it is now enabled by default. (Turning on abbrevs by default): Emacs now reads the abbrevs file at startup automatically. (Controlling case sensitivity): Mention `M-c' in isearch. (Using an already running Emacs process): Emacs now creates the socket in `/tmp/emacsUID'. Fix typos. Change default location of gnuserv. As emacsclient can now run Lisp code as well, delete a sentence praising gnuserv for that. Simplify description of how the client/server operation works. (Compiler error messages): Delete obsolete text (compile.el has been rewritten). (Indenting switch statements): Fix typo. (Matching parentheses): Simplify setup instructions, mention the menu bar item in the Options menu. (Repeating a command as many times as possible): Mention `C-x e'. (Going to a line by number): Mention new keymap and bindings `M-g M-g', `M-g M-p' and `M-g M-n'. (Turning on syntax highlighting): Now on by default. Simplify. (Replacing highlighted text): Use `1', not `t'. (Problems with very large files): The maximum size is now 256MB on 32-bit machines. (^M in the shell buffer): Mention `comint-process-echoes'. (Emacs for Apple computers): Emacs 22 has native support for Mac OS X. (Translating names to IP addresses): Delete node. (Binding keys to commands): Fix typo. (SPC no longer completes file names): New node. (MIME with Emacs mail packages): Delete section about the Emacs MIME FAQ (it's not reachable anymore).
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