Commit bb0b59bf authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

(USAGE1): Add --no-desktop. Move --display from USAGE2.

Fix --multibyte.  Move --help, --version to USAGE2.  Add alias
--file.  Fix -f, -l.  Sort options.  Untabify.
(USAGE2): Add -hb.  Fix --name, --title.  Sort options.  Untabify.
parent 32e51983
......@@ -232,66 +232,69 @@ read the main documentation for these command-line arguments.\n\
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Initialization options:\n\
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--batch do not do interactive display; implies -q\n\
--script FILE run FILE as an Emacs Lisp script.\n\
--debug-init enable Emacs Lisp debugger during init file\n\
--help display this help message and exit\n\
--multibyte, --no-unibyte run Emacs in multibyte mode\n\
--no-init-file, -q load neither ~/.emacs nor default.el\n\
--no-shared-memory, -nl do not use shared memory\n\
--no-site-file do not load site-start.el\n\
--no-splash do not display a splash screen on startup\n\
--no-window-system, -nw don't communicate with X, ignoring $DISPLAY\n\
--terminal, -t DEVICE use DEVICE for terminal I/O\n\
--batch do not do interactive display; implies -q\n\
--debug-init enable Emacs Lisp debugger for init file\n\
--display, -d DISPLAY use X server DISPLAY\n\
--multibyte, --no-unibyte inhibit the effect of EMACS_UNIBYTE\n\
--no-desktop do not load a saved desktop\n\
--no-init-file, -q load neither ~/.emacs nor default.el\n\
--no-shared-memory, -nl do not use shared memory\n\
--no-site-file do not load site-start.el\n\
--no-splash do not display a splash screen on startup\n\
--no-window-system, -nw don't communicate with X, ignoring $DISPLAY\n\
--script FILE run FILE as an Emacs Lisp script\n\
--terminal, -t DEVICE use DEVICE for terminal I/O\n\
--unibyte, --no-multibyte run Emacs in unibyte mode\n\
--user, -u USER load ~USER/.emacs instead of your own\n\
--version display version information and exit\n\
--user, -u USER load ~USER/.emacs instead of your own\n\
\n\
Action options:\n\
\n\
FILE visit FILE using find-file\n\
+LINE FILE visit FILE using find-file, then go to line LINE\n\
+LINE:COLUMN FILE visit FILE using find-file, then go to line LINE,\n\
column COLUMN\n\
--directory, -L DIR add DIR to variable load-path\n\
--eval EXPR evaluate Emacs Lisp expression EXPR\n\
--execute EXPR evaluate Emacs Lisp expression EXPR\n\
--find-file FILE visit FILE\n\
--funcall, -f FUNC call Emacs function FUNC with no arguments\n\
--insert FILE insert contents of FILE into current buffer\n\
--kill exit without asking for confirmation\n\
--load, -l FILE load FILE of Emacs Lisp code using the load function\n\
--visit FILE visit FILE\n\
FILE visit FILE using find-file\n\
+LINE FILE visit FILE using find-file, then go to line LINE\n\
+LINE:COLUMN FILE visit FILE using find-file, then go to line LINE,\n\
column COLUMN\n\
--directory, -L DIR add DIR to variable load-path\n\
--eval EXPR evaluate Emacs Lisp expression EXPR\n\
--execute EXPR evaluate Emacs Lisp expression EXPR\n\
--file FILE visit FILE using find-file\n\
--find-file FILE visit FILE using find-file\n\
--funcall, -f FUNC call Emacs Lisp function FUNC with no arguments\n\
--insert FILE insert contents of FILE into current buffer\n\
--kill exit without asking for confirmation\n\
--load, -l FILE load Emacs Lisp FILE using the load function\n\
--visit FILE visit FILE using find-file\n\
\n"
#define USAGE2 "\
Display options:\n\
\n\
--background-color, -bg COLOR window background color\n\
--border-color, -bd COLOR main border color\n\
--border-width, -bw WIDTH width of main border\n\
--color=MODE color mode for character terminals;\n\
MODE defaults to `auto', and can also\n\
be `never', `auto', `always',\n\
or a mode name like `ansi8'\n\
--cursor-color, -cr COLOR color of the Emacs cursor indicating point\n\
--display, -d DISPLAY use X server DISPLAY\n\
--font, -fn FONT default font; must be fixed-width\n\
--foreground-color, -fg COLOR window foreground color\n\
--fullscreen, -fs make first frame fullscreen\n\
--fullwidth, -fw make the first frame wide as the screen\n\
--fullheight, -fh make the first frame high as the screen\n\
--geometry, -g GEOMETRY window geometry\n\
--iconic start Emacs in iconified state\n\
--icon-type, -i use picture of gnu for Emacs icon\n\
--internal-border, -ib WIDTH width between text and main border\n\
--line-spacing, -lsp PIXELS additional space to put between lines\n\
--mouse-color, -ms COLOR mouse cursor color in Emacs window\n\
--name NAME title of main Emacs window\n\
--reverse-video, -r, -rv switch foreground and background\n\
--title, -T, -wn TITLE title for Emacs windows\n\
--vertical-scroll-bars, -vb enable vertical scroll bars\n\
--xrm XRESOURCES set additional X resources\n\
--background-color, -bg COLOR window background color\n\
--border-color, -bd COLOR main border color\n\
--border-width, -bw WIDTH width of main border\n\
--color MODE color mode for character terminals;\n\
MODE defaults to `auto', and can also\n\
be `never', `auto', `always',\n\
or a mode name like `ansi8'\n\
--cursor-color, -cr COLOR color of the Emacs cursor indicating point\n\
--font, -fn FONT default font; must be fixed-width\n\
--foreground-color, -fg COLOR window foreground color\n\
--fullheight, -fh make the first frame high as the screen\n\
--fullscreen, -fs make first frame fullscreen\n\
--fullwidth, -fw make the first frame wide as the screen\n\
--geometry, -g GEOMETRY window geometry\n\
--horizontal-scroll-bars, -hb enable horizontal scroll bars\n\
--icon-type, -i use picture of gnu for Emacs icon\n\
--iconic start Emacs in iconified state\n\
--internal-border, -ib WIDTH width between text and main border\n\
--line-spacing, -lsp PIXELS additional space to put between lines\n\
--mouse-color, -ms COLOR mouse cursor color in Emacs window\n\
--name NAME title for initial Emacs frame\n\
--reverse-video, -r, -rv switch foreground and background\n\
--title, -T TITLE title for initial Emacs frame\n\
--vertical-scroll-bars, -vb enable vertical scroll bars\n\
--xrm XRESOURCES set additional X resources\n\
--help display this help and exit\n\
--version output version information and exit\n\
\n\
You can generally also specify long option names with a single -; for\n\
example, -batch as well as --batch. You can use any unambiguous\n\
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