Commit bf10b8c3 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix doc strings modified in recent changes

* src/xfns.c (Fx_change_window_property)
(Fx_delete_window_property, Fx_window_property)
(Fx_window_property_attributes): Doc fixes.
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......@@ -5737,8 +5737,8 @@ FORMAT gives the size in bits of each element if VALUE is a list.
If OUTER-P is non-nil, the property is changed for the outer X window of
FRAME. Default is to change on the edit X window.
If WINDOW-ID is non-nil, change the property of that window instead
of FRAME; the number 0 denotes the root window. This argument is
separate from FRAME because window IDs are not unique across X
of FRAME's X window; the number 0 denotes the root window. This argument
is separate from FRAME because window IDs are not unique across X
displays or screens on the same display, so FRAME provides context
for the window ID. */)
(Lisp_Object prop, Lisp_Object value, Lisp_Object frame,
......@@ -5840,12 +5840,12 @@ DEFUN ("x-delete-window-property", Fx_delete_window_property,
doc: /* Remove window property PROP from X window of FRAME.
FRAME nil or omitted means use the selected frame.
If WINDOW-ID is non-nil, remove property from that window instead
of FRAME; the number 0 denotes the root window. This argument is
separate from FRAME because window IDs are not unique across X
displays or screens on the same display, so FRAME provides context
for the window ID.
of FRAME's X window; the number 0 denotes the root window. This
argument is separate from FRAME because window IDs are not unique
across X displays or screens on the same display, so FRAME provides
context for the window ID.
Return value is PROP. */)
Value is PROP. */)
(Lisp_Object prop, Lisp_Object frame, Lisp_Object window_id)
{
struct frame *f = decode_window_system_frame (frame);
......@@ -5957,17 +5957,17 @@ If FRAME is nil or omitted, use the selected frame.
On X Windows, the following optional arguments are also accepted:
If TYPE is nil or omitted, get the property as a string.
Otherwise TYPE is the name of the atom that denotes the type expected.
Otherwise TYPE is the name of the atom that denotes the expected type.
If WINDOW-ID is non-nil, get the property of that window instead of
FRAME; the number 0 denotes the root window. This argument is
separate from FRAME because window IDs are not unique across X
FRAME's X window; the number 0 denotes the root window. This argument
is separate from FRAME because window IDs are not unique across X
displays or screens on the same display, so FRAME provides context
for the window ID.
If DELETE-P is non-nil, delete the property after retrieving it.
If VECTOR-RET-P is non-nil, don't return a string but a vector of values.
If VECTOR-RET-P is non-nil, return a vector of values instead of a string.
Return value is nil if FRAME doesn't have a property with name PROP or
if PROP has no value of TYPE (always string in the MS Windows case). */)
if PROP has no value of TYPE (always a string in the MS Windows case). */)
(Lisp_Object prop, Lisp_Object frame, Lisp_Object type,
Lisp_Object window_id, Lisp_Object delete_p, Lisp_Object vector_ret_p)
{
......@@ -6028,12 +6028,12 @@ DEFUN ("x-window-property-attributes", Fx_window_property_attributes, Sx_window_
doc: /* Retrieve metadata about window property PROP on FRAME.
If FRAME is nil or omitted, use the selected frame.
If WINDOW-ID is non-nil, get the property of that window instead of
FRAME; the number 0 denotes the root window. This argument is
separate from FRAME because window IDs are not unique across X
displays or screens on the same display, so FRAME provides context
for the window ID.
FRAME's X window; the number 0 denotes the root window. This
argument is separate from FRAME because window IDs are not unique
across X displays or screens on the same display, so FRAME provides
context for the window ID.
Return value is nil if FRAME doesn't have a property with name PROP.
Return value is nil if FRAME doesn't have a property named PROP.
Otherwise, the return value is a vector with the following fields:
0. The property type, as an integer. The symbolic name of
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