Commit bcd6cd23 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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* doc/misc/url.texi: Fix quote usage in body text.

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