Commit c846da43 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert
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Spelling fixes.

parent b8f061b3
...@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Please send Org bug reports to emacs-orgmode@gnu.org. ...@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Please send Org bug reports to emacs-orgmode@gnu.org.
:PROPERTIES: :PROPERTIES:
:OrgVersion: 7.4 :OrgVersion: 7.4
:END: :END:
The variable =org-agenda-ndays= is obsolete - please use The variable =org-agenda-ndays= is obsolete - please use
=org-agenda-span= instead. =org-agenda-span= instead.
...@@ -313,7 +313,7 @@ to mean anything. ...@@ -313,7 +313,7 @@ to mean anything.
:OrgVersion: 7.5 :OrgVersion: 7.5
:END: :END:
You can now create links from messages. This is particularily You can now create links from messages. This is particularly
useful when the user wants to stored messages that he sends, for useful when the user wants to stored messages that he sends, for
later check. Thanks to Ulf Stegemann for the patch. later check. Thanks to Ulf Stegemann for the patch.
...@@ -328,7 +328,7 @@ to mean anything. ...@@ -328,7 +328,7 @@ to mean anything.
: Percent escaping is used in Org mode to escape certain characters : Percent escaping is used in Org mode to escape certain characters
: in links that would either break the parser (e.g. square brackets : in links that would either break the parser (e.g. square brackets
: in link target oder description) or are not allowed to appear in : in link target or description) or are not allowed to appear in
: a particular link type (e.g. non-ascii characters in a http: : a particular link type (e.g. non-ascii characters in a http:
: link). : link).
: :
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...@@ -906,7 +906,7 @@ ...@@ -906,7 +906,7 @@
2012-05-03 Kenichi Handa <handa@m17n.org> 2012-05-03 Kenichi Handa <handa@m17n.org>
   
* mail/rmailmm.el (rmail-show-mime): Catch an error caused by text * mail/rmailmm.el (rmail-show-mime): Catch an error caused by text
decoding, and show a warning message without signalling an error decoding, and show a warning message without signaling an error
(Bug#11282). (Bug#11282).
   
2012-05-03 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca> 2012-05-03 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
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...@@ -9023,7 +9023,7 @@ ...@@ -9023,7 +9023,7 @@
* bookmark.el (bookmark-show-annotation): Use `when' instead of `if'. * bookmark.el (bookmark-show-annotation): Use `when' instead of `if'.
This is also from Thierry Volpiatto's patch in bug #6444. However, This is also from Thierry Volpiatto's patch in bug #6444. However,
because it was extraneous to the functional change in that patch, because it was extraneous to the functional change in that patch,
and causes a re-indendation, I am committing it separately. and causes a re-indentation, I am committing it separately.
   
2010-07-13 Thierry Volpiatto <thierry.volpiatto@gmail.com> 2010-07-13 Thierry Volpiatto <thierry.volpiatto@gmail.com>
   
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...@@ -17245,7 +17245,7 @@ ...@@ -17245,7 +17245,7 @@
(antlr-downcase-literals): New command. (antlr-downcase-literals): New command.
(antlr-upcase-literals): Ditto. (antlr-upcase-literals): Ditto.
   
* antlr-mode.el: Minor changes: indendation, mode-name. * antlr-mode.el: Minor changes: indentation, mode-name.
(antlr-indent-line): Indent cpp directive at column 0. (antlr-indent-line): Indent cpp directive at column 0.
(antlr-mode): Use mode-name prefix "Antlr." instead of "Antlr/". (antlr-mode): Use mode-name prefix "Antlr." instead of "Antlr/".
   
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...@@ -2969,7 +2969,7 @@ This is a good thing to set in mode hooks.") ...@@ -2969,7 +2969,7 @@ This is a good thing to set in mode hooks.")
Word constituents are considered to be those in WORD-CHARS, which is like the Word constituents are considered to be those in WORD-CHARS, which is like the
inside of a \"[...]\" (see `skip-chars-forward'), plus all non-ASCII characters." inside of a \"[...]\" (see `skip-chars-forward'), plus all non-ASCII characters."
;; FIXME: Need to handle "..." and '...' quoting in shell.el! ;; FIXME: Need to handle "..." and '...' quoting in shell.el!
;; This should be combined with pomplete-parsing somehow. ;; This should be combined with completion parsing somehow.
(save-excursion (save-excursion
(let ((here (point)) (let ((here (point))
giveup) giveup)
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...@@ -2966,7 +2966,7 @@ ...@@ -2966,7 +2966,7 @@
1997-11-25 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@ifi.uio.no> 1997-11-25 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@ifi.uio.no>
* gnus-move.el (gnus-move-group-to-server): Protect agains * gnus-move.el (gnus-move-group-to-server): Protect against
nil-ness. nil-ness.
1997-11-25 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@menja.ifi.uio.no> 1997-11-25 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@menja.ifi.uio.no>
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...@@ -275,7 +275,7 @@ See the Gnus manual for an explanation of the syntax used.") ...@@ -275,7 +275,7 @@ See the Gnus manual for an explanation of the syntax used.")
(set-buffer buf)) (set-buffer buf))
((eq t (window-dedicated-p)) ((eq t (window-dedicated-p))
;; If the window is hard-dedicated, we have a problem because ;; If the window is hard-dedicated, we have a problem because
;; we just can't do what we're asked. But signalling an error, ;; we just can't do what we're asked. But signaling an error,
;; like `switch-to-buffer' would do, is not an option because ;; like `switch-to-buffer' would do, is not an option because
;; it would prevent things like "^" (to jump to the *Servers*) ;; it would prevent things like "^" (to jump to the *Servers*)
;; in a dedicated *Group*. ;; in a dedicated *Group*.
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...@@ -663,7 +663,7 @@ The rotation angle is the value of `image-transform-rotation' in degrees." ...@@ -663,7 +663,7 @@ The rotation angle is the value of `image-transform-rotation' in degrees."
;; The following comment and code snippet are from ;; The following comment and code snippet are from
;; ImageMagick-6.7.4-4/magick/distort.c ;; ImageMagick-6.7.4-4/magick/distort.c
;; /* Set the output image geometry to calculated 'bestfit'. ;; /* Set the output image geometry to calculated 'best fit'.
;; Yes this tends to 'over do' the file image size, ON PURPOSE! ;; Yes this tends to 'over do' the file image size, ON PURPOSE!
;; Do not do this for DePolar which needs to be exact for virtual tiling. ;; Do not do this for DePolar which needs to be exact for virtual tiling.
;; */ ;; */
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...@@ -1569,7 +1569,7 @@ instead." ...@@ -1569,7 +1569,7 @@ instead."
(defun soap-encode-simple-type (xml-tag value type) (defun soap-encode-simple-type (xml-tag value type)
"Encode inside XML-TAG the LISP VALUE according to TYPE." "Encode inside XML-TAG the LISP VALUE according to TYPE."
;; Validate VALUE agains the simple type's enumeration, than just encode it ;; Validate VALUE against the simple type's enumeration, than just encode it
;; using `soap-encode-basic-type' ;; using `soap-encode-basic-type'
(let ((enumeration (soap-simple-type-enumeration type))) (let ((enumeration (soap-simple-type-enumeration type)))
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...@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ use `soap-sample-value' instead." ...@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ use `soap-sample-value' instead."
(t (format "%s" (soap-basic-type-kind type))))) (t (format "%s" (soap-basic-type-kind type)))))
(defun soap-sample-value-for-simple-type (type) (defun soap-sample-value-for-simple-type (type)
"Provive a sample value for TYPE which is a simple type. "Provide a sample value for TYPE which is a simple type.
This is a specific function which should not be called directly, This is a specific function which should not be called directly,
use `soap-sample-value' instead." use `soap-sample-value' instead."
(let ((enumeration (soap-simple-type-enumeration type))) (let ((enumeration (soap-simple-type-enumeration type)))
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...@@ -799,7 +799,7 @@ because you will take care of it on the day when scheduled." ...@@ -799,7 +799,7 @@ because you will take care of it on the day when scheduled."
:group 'org-agenda-daily/weekly :group 'org-agenda-daily/weekly
:version "24.1" :version "24.1"
:type '(choice :type '(choice
(const :tag "Alwas show prewarning" nil) (const :tag "Always show prewarning" nil)
(const :tag "Remove prewarning if entry is scheduled" t) (const :tag "Remove prewarning if entry is scheduled" t)
(integer :tag "Restart prewarning N days before deadline"))) (integer :tag "Restart prewarning N days before deadline")))
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...@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ and `org-remember-default-headline'. To force prompting anyway, use ...@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ and `org-remember-default-headline'. To force prompting anyway, use
\\[universal-argument] \\[org-remember-finalize] to file the note. \\[universal-argument] \\[org-remember-finalize] to file the note.
When this variable is nil, \\[org-remember-finalize] gives you the prompts, and When this variable is nil, \\[org-remember-finalize] gives you the prompts, and
\\[universal-argument] \\[org-remember-finalize] triggers the fasttrack." \\[universal-argument] \\[org-remember-finalize] triggers the fast track."
:group 'org-remember :group 'org-remember
:type 'boolean) :type 'boolean)
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...@@ -3031,7 +3031,7 @@ is better to limit inheritance to certain tags using the variables ...@@ -3031,7 +3031,7 @@ is better to limit inheritance to certain tags using the variables
(const :tag "List them, indented with leading dots" indented))) (const :tag "List them, indented with leading dots" indented)))
   
(defcustom org-tags-sort-function nil (defcustom org-tags-sort-function nil
"When set, tags are sorted using this function as a comparator." "When set, tags are sorted using this comparison function."
:group 'org-tags :group 'org-tags
:type '(choice :type '(choice
(const :tag "No sorting" nil) (const :tag "No sorting" nil)
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...@@ -12105,7 +12105,7 @@ Typing \\[verilog-auto] will make this into: ...@@ -12105,7 +12105,7 @@ Typing \\[verilog-auto] will make this into:
"Expand AUTOUNDEF statements, as part of \\[verilog-auto]. "Expand AUTOUNDEF statements, as part of \\[verilog-auto].
Take any `defines since the last AUTOUNDEF in the current file Take any `defines since the last AUTOUNDEF in the current file
and create `undefs for them. This is used to insure that and create `undefs for them. This is used to insure that
file-local defines do not polute the global `define name space. file-local defines do not pollute the global `define name space.
Limitations: Limitations:
AUTOUNDEF presumes any identifier following `define is the AUTOUNDEF presumes any identifier following `define is the
...@@ -12145,7 +12145,7 @@ defines the regular expression will be undefed." ...@@ -12145,7 +12145,7 @@ defines the regular expression will be undefed."
(end-pt (point)) (end-pt (point))
defs def) defs def)
(save-excursion (save-excursion
;; Scan from beginnng of file, or last AUTOUNDEF ;; Scan from start of file, or last AUTOUNDEF
(or (verilog-re-search-backward-quick "/\\*AUTOUNDEF\\>" end-pt t) (or (verilog-re-search-backward-quick "/\\*AUTOUNDEF\\>" end-pt t)
(goto-char (point-min))) (goto-char (point-min)))
(while (verilog-re-search-forward-quick (while (verilog-re-search-forward-quick
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...@@ -446,7 +446,7 @@ For the keyword `:alt' the results form an alternative (\"\\|\") ...@@ -446,7 +446,7 @@ For the keyword `:alt' the results form an alternative (\"\\|\")
which is shy-grouped (\"\\(?:...\\)\"). which is shy-grouped (\"\\(?:...\\)\").
For the keyword `:grp' the results are concatenated and form a For the keyword `:grp' the results are concatenated and form a
referencable grouped (\"\\(...\\)\"). referenceable grouped (\"\\(...\\)\").
After interpretation of ARGS the results are concatenated as for After interpretation of ARGS the results are concatenated as for
`:seq'. `:seq'.
...@@ -1066,11 +1066,11 @@ Return nil if no syntactically valid adornment is found." ...@@ -1066,11 +1066,11 @@ Return nil if no syntactically valid adornment is found."
(beg-pnt (progn (beg-pnt (progn
(forward-line 0) (forward-line 0)
(point))) (point)))
(nxt-emp ; Next line inexistant or empty (nxt-emp ; Next line nonexistent or empty
(save-excursion (save-excursion
(or (not (zerop (forward-line 1))) (or (not (zerop (forward-line 1)))
(looking-at (rst-re 'lin-end))))) (looking-at (rst-re 'lin-end)))))
(prv-emp ; Previous line inexistant or empty (prv-emp ; Previous line nonexistent or empty
(save-excursion (save-excursion
(or (not (zerop (forward-line -1))) (or (not (zerop (forward-line -1)))
(looking-at (rst-re 'lin-end))))) (looking-at (rst-re 'lin-end)))))
...@@ -1917,7 +1917,7 @@ Other situations are just ignored and left to users themselves." ...@@ -1917,7 +1917,7 @@ Other situations are just ignored and left to users themselves."
"Insert a new list item. "Insert a new list item.
User is asked to select the item style first, for example (a), i), +. Use TAB User is asked to select the item style first, for example (a), i), +. Use TAB
for completition and choices. for completion and choices.
If user selects bullets or #, it's just added with position arranged by If user selects bullets or #, it's just added with position arranged by
`rst-insert-list-pos'. `rst-insert-list-pos'.
...@@ -2020,7 +2020,7 @@ line, it will insert a list with the same list style. ...@@ -2020,7 +2020,7 @@ line, it will insert a list with the same list style.
1. When inserting a new list: 1. When inserting a new list:
User is asked to select the item style first, for example (a), i), +. Use TAB User is asked to select the item style first, for example (a), i), +. Use TAB
for completition and choices. for completion and choices.
(a) If user selects bullets or #, it's just added. (a) If user selects bullets or #, it's just added.
(b) If user selects enumerations, a further prompt is given. User needs to (b) If user selects enumerations, a further prompt is given. User needs to
...@@ -2754,11 +2754,11 @@ first of a paragraph." ...@@ -2754,11 +2754,11 @@ first of a paragraph."
;; supported; comment lines with leading comment markup should be also ;; supported; comment lines with leading comment markup should be also
;; supported; may be a customizable option could control which style to prefer ;; supported; may be a customizable option could control which style to prefer
(defgroup rst-indent nil "Settings for indendation in reStructuredText. (defgroup rst-indent nil "Settings for indentation in reStructuredText.
In reStructuredText indendation points are usually determined by In reStructuredText indentation points are usually determined by
preceding lines. Sometimes the syntax allows arbitrary preceding lines. Sometimes the syntax allows arbitrary
indendation points such as where to start the first line indentation points such as where to start the first line
following a directive. These indentation widths can be customized following a directive. These indentation widths can be customized
here." here."
:group 'rst :group 'rst
...@@ -2772,25 +2772,25 @@ here." ...@@ -2772,25 +2772,25 @@ here."
:type '(integer)) :type '(integer))
(defcustom rst-indent-field 3 (defcustom rst-indent-field 3
"Default indendation for first line after a field or 0 to always indent for "Default indentation for first line after a field or 0 to always indent for
content." content."
:group 'rst-indent :group 'rst-indent
:type '(integer)) :type '(integer))
(defcustom rst-indent-literal-normal 3 (defcustom rst-indent-literal-normal 3
"Default indendation for literal block after a markup on an own "Default indentation for literal block after a markup on an own
line." line."
:group 'rst-indent :group 'rst-indent
:type '(integer)) :type '(integer))
(defcustom rst-indent-literal-minimized 2 (defcustom rst-indent-literal-minimized 2
"Default indendation for literal block after a minimized "Default indentation for literal block after a minimized
markup." markup."
:group 'rst-indent :group 'rst-indent
:type '(integer)) :type '(integer))
(defcustom rst-indent-comment 3 (defcustom rst-indent-comment 3
"Default indendation for first line of a comment." "Default indentation for first line of a comment."
:group 'rst-indent :group 'rst-indent
:type '(integer)) :type '(integer))
...@@ -2810,7 +2810,7 @@ and not from inner alignment points." ...@@ -2810,7 +2810,7 @@ and not from inner alignment points."
(save-match-data (save-match-data
(unless (looking-at (rst-re 'lin-end)) (unless (looking-at (rst-re 'lin-end))
(back-to-indentation) (back-to-indentation)
;; Current indendation is always the least likely tab ;; Current indentation is always the least likely tab
(let ((tabs (list (list (point) 0 nil)))) ; (POINT OFFSET INNER) (let ((tabs (list (list (point) 0 nil)))) ; (POINT OFFSET INNER)
;; Push inner tabs more likely to continue writing ;; Push inner tabs more likely to continue writing
(cond (cond
...@@ -2863,7 +2863,7 @@ and not from inner alignment points." ...@@ -2863,7 +2863,7 @@ and not from inner alignment points."
Search backwards from point PT to build the list of possible Search backwards from point PT to build the list of possible
tabs. Return a list of tabs sorted by likeliness to continue tabs. Return a list of tabs sorted by likeliness to continue
writing like `rst-line-tabs'. Nearer lines have generally a writing like `rst-line-tabs'. Nearer lines have generally a
higher likeliness than farer lines. Return nil if no tab is found higher likeliness than farther lines. Return nil if no tab is found
in the text above." in the text above."
(save-excursion (save-excursion
(goto-char pt) (goto-char pt)
...@@ -3452,7 +3452,7 @@ details check the Rst Faces Defaults group." ...@@ -3452,7 +3452,7 @@ details check the Rst Faces Defaults group."
1 rst-definition-face) 1 rst-definition-face)
;; `Hyperlink References`_ ;; `Hyperlink References`_
;; FIXME: `Embedded URIs`_ not considered ;; FIXME: `Embedded URIs`_ not considered
;; FIXME: Directly adjacing marked up words are not fontified correctly ;; FIXME: Directly adjacent marked up words are not fontified correctly
;; unless they are not separated by two spaces: foo_ bar_ ;; unless they are not separated by two spaces: foo_ bar_
(,(rst-re 'ilm-pfx '(:grp (:alt (:seq "`" ilcbkq-tag "`") (,(rst-re 'ilm-pfx '(:grp (:alt (:seq "`" ilcbkq-tag "`")
(:seq "\\sw" (:alt "\\sw" "-") "+\\sw")) (:seq "\\sw" (:alt "\\sw" "-") "+\\sw"))
...@@ -3610,7 +3610,7 @@ Return extended point or nil if not moved." ...@@ -3610,7 +3610,7 @@ Return extended point or nil if not moved."
;; ;;
;; * literal blocks following "::" ;; * literal blocks following "::"
;; ;;
;; which are both indented. Thus indendation is the first thing recognized ;; which are both indented. Thus indentation is the first thing recognized
;; here. The second criteria is an explicit markup tag which may be a comment ;; here. The second criteria is an explicit markup tag which may be a comment
;; or a double colon at the end of a line. ;; or a double colon at the end of a line.
;; ;;
...@@ -3697,7 +3697,7 @@ Also used as a trigger for ...@@ -3697,7 +3697,7 @@ Also used as a trigger for
`rst-font-lock-find-unindented-line-match'.") `rst-font-lock-find-unindented-line-match'.")
(defun rst-font-lock-find-unindented-line-limit (ind-pnt) (defun rst-font-lock-find-unindented-line-limit (ind-pnt)
"Find the next unindented line relative to indenation at IND-PNT. "Find the next unindented line relative to indentation at IND-PNT.
Return this point, the end of the buffer or nil if nothing found. Return this point, the end of the buffer or nil if nothing found.
If IND-PNT is `next' take the indentation from the next line if If IND-PNT is `next' take the indentation from the next line if
this is not empty and indented more than the current one. If this is not empty and indented more than the current one. If
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