Mark `split-window' change from command to function as ---.
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|the last step. Its default value is changed to nil which means a tab|
|stop every `tab-width' columns.|
|** `split-window' is no longer a command, just a non-interactive function.|
|As a command it was a special case of `split-window-below', and as such|
|superfluous. After being reimplemented in Lisp, its interactive form|