Commit c8682017 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Mark (almost) all entries either --- or +++.

parent ee10c4ec
......@@ -97,6 +97,8 @@ a TTY or when Emacs is invoked with the -nw option.
Emacs supports playing sound files on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD (Voxware
driver and native BSD driver, a.k.a. Luigi's driver). Currently
supported file formats are RIFF-WAVE (*.wav) and Sun Audio (*.au).
You must configure Emacs with the option `--with-sound=yes' to enable
sound support.
** Emacs now resizes mini-windows if appropriate.
......@@ -2458,12 +2460,15 @@ will not have any effect when support for this variable is removed.
* Lisp changes made after edition 2.6 of the Emacs Lisp Manual,
(Display-related features are described in a page of their own below.)
** The new function amimate-string, from lisp/play/animate.el
allows the animated display of strings.
** The new function `interactive-form' can be used to obtain the
interactive form of a function.
** The keyword :set-after in defcustom allows to specify dependencies
between custom options. Example:
......@@ -2479,6 +2484,7 @@ This specifies that default-input-method should be set after
current-language-environment even if default-input-method appears
first in a custom-set-variables statement.
** The new hook `kbd-macro-termination-hook' is run at the end of
function execute-kbd-macro. Functions on this hook are called with no
args. The hook is run independent of how the macro was terminated
......@@ -2496,6 +2502,7 @@ to prevent `display-buffer' from evening out window heights.
** The user-option `face-font-registry-alternatives' specifies
alternative font registry names to try when looking for a font.
** Function `md5' calculates the MD5 "message digest"/"checksum".
......@@ -2519,6 +2526,7 @@ charset.
the echo area or pops up a buffer, depending on the length of the
** The new macro `with-auto-compression-mode' allows evaluating an
expression with auto-compression-mode enabled.
......@@ -2529,6 +2537,7 @@ with the more general `:mask' property.
** Image specifications accept more `:conversion's.
** A `?' can be used in a symbol name without escaping it with a
......@@ -2545,6 +2554,7 @@ to standard output.
** The argument of `down-list', `backward-up-list', `up-list',
`kill-sexp', `backward-kill-sexp' and `mark-sexp' is now optional.
** If `display-buffer-reuse-frames' is set, function `display-buffer'
will raise frames displaying a buffer, instead of creating a new
frame or window.
......@@ -2566,8 +2576,10 @@ comparison is done with `eq'.
** The function `delete' now also works with vectors and strings.
** The meaning of the `:weakness WEAK' argument of make-hash-table
has been changed.
has been changed: WEAK can now have new values `key-or-value' and
`key-and-value', in addtion the `nil', `key', `value', and `t'.
** Function `aset' stores any multibyte character in any string
......@@ -2578,6 +2590,7 @@ convert a unibyte string to multibyte if necessary.
** The value of the `help-echo' text property is called as a function
or evaluated, if it is not a string already, to obtain a help string.
** Function `make-obsolete' now has an optional arg to say when the
function was declared obsolete.
......@@ -2585,10 +2598,12 @@ function was declared obsolete.
** Function `plist-member' is renamed from `widget-plist-member' (which is
retained as an alias).
** Easy-menu's :filter now works as in XEmacs.
It takes the unconverted (i.e. XEmacs) form of the menu and the result
is automatically converted to Emacs' form.
** The new function `window-list' has been defined
- Function: window-list &optional FRAME WINDOW MINIBUF
......@@ -2600,6 +2615,7 @@ even if it isn't active. MINIBUF nil or omitted means include the
minibuffer window only if it's active. MINIBUF neither nil nor t
means never include the minibuffer window.
** There's a new function `some-window' defined as follows
- Function: some-window PREDICATE &optional MINIBUF ALL-FRAMES DEFAULT
......@@ -2632,10 +2648,12 @@ ALL-FRAMES = t means include windows on all frames including invisible frames.
If ALL-FRAMES is a frame, it means include windows on that frame.
Anything else means restrict to the selected frame.
** The function `single-key-description' now encloses function key and
event names in angle brackets. When called with a second optional
argument non-nil, angle brackets won't be printed.
** If the variable `message-truncate-lines' is bound to t around a
call to `message', the echo area will not be resized to display that
message; it will be truncated instead, as it was done in 20.x.
......@@ -2650,6 +2668,7 @@ meaning no limit.
the maximum width of lines in a buffer for which Emacs displays line
numbers in the mode line. The default is 200.
** `select-safe-coding-system' now also checks the most preferred
coding-system if buffer-file-coding-system is `undecided' and
DEFAULT-CODING-SYSTEM is not specified,
......@@ -2658,6 +2677,7 @@ DEFAULT-CODING-SYSTEM is not specified,
** The function `subr-arity' provides information about the argument
list of a primitive.
** `where-is-internal' now also accepts a list of keymaps.
......@@ -2666,19 +2686,23 @@ buffer's local map and the map specified by the `local-map' property.
This is probably what most current uses of `local-map' want, rather
than replacing the local map.
** The obsolete variables `before-change-function' and
`after-change-function' are no longer acted upon and have been
removed. Use `before-change-functions' and `after-change-functions'
** The function `apropos-mode' runs the hook `apropos-mode-hook'.
** `concat' no longer accepts individual integer arguments,
as promised long ago.
** The new function `float-time' returns the current time as a float.
** The new variable auto-coding-regexp-alist specifies coding systems
for reading specific files, analogous to auto-coding-alist, but
patterns are checked against file contents instead of file names.
......@@ -2691,22 +2715,27 @@ Note that +++ before an item means the Lisp manual has been updated.
When you add a new item, please add it without either +++ or ---
so I will know I still need to look at it -- rms.
*** The features `md5' and `overlay' are now provided by default.
*** The special form `save-restriction' now works correctly even if the
buffer is widened inside the save-restriction and changes made outside
the original restriction. Previously, doing this would cause the saved
restriction to be restored incorrectly.
*** The functions `find-charset-region' and `find-charset-string' include
`eight-bit-control' and/or `eight-bit-graphic' in the returned list
when they find 8-bit characters. Previously, they included `ascii' in a
multibyte buffer and `unknown' in a unibyte buffer.
*** The functions `set-buffer-modified', `string-as-multibyte' and
`string-as-unibyte' change the byte sequence of a buffer if it
contains a character from the `eight-bit-control' character set.
*** The handling of multibyte sequences in a multibyte buffer is
changed. Previously, a byte sequence matching the pattern
[\200-\237][\240-\377]+ was interpreted as a single character
......@@ -2716,6 +2745,7 @@ extra trailing bytes were ignored by Lisp functions. Now such extra
bytes are independent 8-bit characters belonging to the charset
** Fontsets are now implemented using char-tables.
A fontset can now be specified for each independent character, for
......@@ -2777,9 +2807,11 @@ a composition at a specified position in a buffer or a string.
*** The function `decompose-composite-char' is now labeled as
** The new coding system `mac-roman' is primarily intended for use on
the Macintosh but may be used generally for Macintosh-encoded text.
** The new character sets `mule-unicode-0100-24ff',
`mule-unicode-2500-33ff', and `mule-unicode-e000-ffff' have been
introduced for Unicode characters in the range U+0100..U+24FF,
......@@ -2792,14 +2824,17 @@ different characters, as far as Emacs is concerned. For example, text
which includes Unicode characters from the Latin-2 locale cannot be
encoded by Emacs with ISO 8859-2 coding system.
** The new coding system `mule-utf-8' has been added.
It provides limited support for decoding/encoding UTF-8 text. For
details, please see the documentation string of this coding system.
** The new character sets `japanese-jisx0213-1' and
`japanese-jisx0213-2' have been introduced for the new Japanese
standard JIS X 0213 Plane 1 and Plane 2.
** The new character sets `latin-iso8859-14' and `latin-iso8859-15'
have been introduced.
......@@ -2818,19 +2853,23 @@ their multibyte equivalent.
** If the APPEND argument of `write-region' is an integer, it seeks to
that offset in the file before writing.
** The function `add-minor-mode' has been added for convenience and
compatibility with XEmacs (and is used internally by define-minor-mode).
** The function `shell-command' now sets the default directory of the
`*Shell Command Output*' buffer to the default directory of the buffer
from which the command was issued.
** The functions `query-replace', `query-replace-regexp',
`query-replace-regexp-eval' `map-query-replace-regexp',
`replace-string', `replace-regexp', and `perform-replace' take two
additional optional arguments START and END that specify the region to
operate on.
** The new function `count-screen-lines' is a more flexible alternative
to `window-buffer-height'.
......@@ -2855,21 +2894,26 @@ buffer, regardless of which buffer is displayed in WINDOW. This makes
possible to use `count-screen-lines' in any buffer, whether or not it
is currently displayed in some window.
** The new function `mapc' is like `mapcar' but doesn't collect the
argument function's results.
** The functions base64-decode-region and base64-decode-string now
signal an error instead of returning nil if decoding fails. Also,
base64-decode-string now always returns a unibyte string (in Emacs 20,
it returned a multibyte string when the result was a valid multibyte
`base64-decode-string' now always returns a unibyte string (in Emacs
20, it returned a multibyte string when the result was a valid multibyte
** The function sendmail-user-agent-compose now recognizes a `body'
header in the list of headers passed to it.
** The new function member-ignore-case works like `member', but
ignores differences in case and text representation.
** The buffer-local variable cursor-type can be used to specify the
cursor to use in windows displaying a buffer. Values are interpreted
as follows:
......@@ -2880,11 +2924,13 @@ as follows:
(bar . WIDTH) display a bar cursor with width WIDTH
others display a box cursor.
** The variable open-paren-in-column-0-is-defun-start controls whether
an open parenthesis in column 0 is considered to be the start of a
defun. If set, the default, it is considered a defun start. If not
set, an open parenthesis in column 0 has no special meaning.
** The new function `string-to-syntax' can be used to translate syntax
specifications in string form as accepted by `modify-syntax-entry' to
the cons-cell form that is used for the values of the `syntax-table'
......@@ -2895,6 +2941,7 @@ Example:
(string-to-syntax "()")
=> (4 . 41)
** Emacs' reader supports CL read syntax for integers in bases
other than 10.
......@@ -2923,10 +2970,12 @@ INTEGER optionally contains a sign.
=> 267
** The function `documentation-property' now evaluates the value of
the given property to obtain a string if it doesn't refer to etc/DOC
and isn't a string.
** If called for a symbol, the function `documentation' now looks for
a `function-documentation' property of that symbol. If it has a non-nil
value, the documentation is taken from that value. If the value is
......@@ -2938,12 +2987,15 @@ not a string, it is evaluated to obtain a string.
** The new function `replace-regexp-in-string' replaces all matches
for a regexp in a string.
** `mouse-position' now runs the abnormal hook
** The function string-to-number now returns a float for numbers
that don't fit into a Lisp integer.
** The variable keyword-symbols-constants-flag has been removed.
Keywords are now always considered constants.
......@@ -2951,6 +3003,7 @@ Keywords are now always considered constants.
** The new function `delete-and-extract-region' deletes text and
returns it.
** The function `clear-this-command-keys' now also clears the vector
returned by function `recent-keys'.
......@@ -3066,6 +3119,7 @@ as the place that holds the list to be changed.
(pop LISTNAME) return first elt of LISTNAME, and remove it
(thus altering the value of LISTNAME).
** New dolist and dotimes macros.
Simple versions of the dolist and dotimes macros of Common Lisp
......@@ -3399,12 +3453,14 @@ Other properties are ignored.
An alternative interface is called as
(play-sound-file FILE &optional VOLUME DEVICE).
** `multimedia' is a new Finder keyword and Custom group.
** keywordp is a new predicate to test efficiently for an object being
a keyword symbol.
** Changes to garbage collection
*** The function garbage-collect now additionally returns the number
......@@ -3426,6 +3482,7 @@ mini-windows.
argument, PARTIALLY. If a character is only partially visible, nil is
returned, unless PARTIALLY is non-nil.
** On window systems, `glyph-table' is no longer used.
......@@ -3475,6 +3532,7 @@ Note that +++ before an item means the Lisp manual has been updated.
When you add a new item, please add it without either +++ or ---
so I will know I still need to look at it -- rms.
** The function tty-suppress-bold-inverse-default-colors can be used
to make Emacs avoid displaying text with bold black foreground on TTYs.
......@@ -3815,6 +3873,7 @@ VALUE is the name of a face from which to inherit attributes, or a list
of face names. Attributes from inherited faces are merged into the face
like an underlying face would be, with higher priority than underlying faces.
*** Face attributes and X resources
The following X resource names can be used to set face attributes
......@@ -3886,6 +3945,7 @@ modify their color-related behavior.
The primitives `color-gray-p' and `color-supported-p' also work for
any frame type.
** Platform-independent functions to describe display capabilities.
The new functions `display-mouse-p', `display-popup-menus-p',
......@@ -3913,6 +3973,7 @@ The function minibuffer-prompt-end returns the current position of the
end of the minibuffer prompt, if the minibuffer is current.
Otherwise, it returns zero.
** New `field' abstraction in buffers.
There is now code to support an abstraction called `fields' in emacs
......@@ -4517,6 +4578,7 @@ The same mechanism is used to determine the `face' and `help-echo'
properties of strings in the mode line. See `bindings.el' for an
*** If a mode line element has the form `(:eval FORM)', FORM is
evaluated and the result is used as mode line element.
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