Commit bcd6cd23 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

* doc/misc/url.texi: Fix quote usage in body text.

parent 775b55af
2012-02-29 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* url.texi: Fix quote usage in body text.
* sem-user.texi, url.texi, woman.texi: Use "" quotes in menus.
* cl.texi: Use @code{} in menus when appropriate.
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......@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ where @samp{@r{[}} and @samp{@r{]}} delimit optional parts.
but you should beware of the security risks of sending cleartext
passwords. @var{hostname} may be a domain name or a dotted decimal
address. If the @samp{:@var{port}} is omitted then the library will
use the `well known' port for that service when accessing URLs. With
use the ``well known'' port for that service when accessing URLs. With
the possible exception of @code{telnet}, it is rare for ports to be
specified, and it is possible using a non-standard port may have
undesired consequences if a different service is listening on that
......@@ -145,7 +145,7 @@ is the host name associated with it, or @code{nil};
@item port
is the port number associated with it, or @code{nil};
@item file
is the `file' part of it, or @code{nil}. This doesn't necessarily
is the ``file'' part of it, or @code{nil}. This doesn't necessarily
actually refer to a file;
@item target
is the target part, or @code{nil};
......@@ -472,7 +472,7 @@ The form of a mailto URL is
@var{header} is @samp{body}, then @var{contents} is put in the body
otherwise a @var{header} header field is created with @var{contents}
as its contents. Note that the URL library does not consider any
headers `dangerous' so you should check them before sending the
headers ``dangerous'' so you should check them before sending the
message.
@c Fixme: update
......@@ -1009,7 +1009,7 @@ This the @samp{nslookup} program. It is @code{"nslookup"} by default.
In some circumstances it is desirable to suppress making network
connections. A typical case is when rendering HTML in a mail user
agent, when external URLs should not be activated, particularly to
avoid `bugs' which `call home' by fetch single-pixel images and the
avoid ``bugs'' which ``call home'' by fetch single-pixel images and the
like. To arrange this, bind the following variable for the duration
of such processing.
......@@ -1062,7 +1062,7 @@ automatically via @code{url-do-setup} when it is configured to be on.
Note that the size of the history list is currently not limited.
@vindex url-history-hash-table
The history `list' is actually a hash table,
The history ``list'' is actually a hash table,
@code{url-history-hash-table}. It contains access times keyed by URL
strings. The times are in the format returned by @code{current-time}.
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