Commit c89e4bc5 authored by Gerd Moellmann's avatar Gerd Moellmann
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2001-10-05 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
* bindings.el: Remove no-byte-compile from file local variables
to enable bootstrapping.
2001-10-04 Andrew Innes <andrewi@gnu.org>
 
* faces.el (face-font-registry-alternatives) [windows-nt]: Make
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......@@ -310,7 +310,7 @@ MIN-N."
(defun windmove-frame-edges (window)
"Return (X-MIN Y-MIN X-MAX Y-MAX) for the frame containing WINDOW.
If WINDOW is nil, return the edges for the selected frame.
(X-MIN, Y-MIN) is the zero-based coordinate of the top-left corner
\(X-MIN, Y-MIN) is the zero-based coordinate of the top-left corner
of the frame; (X-MAX, Y-MAX) is the zero-based coordinate of the
bottom-right corner of the frame.
For example, if a frame has 76 rows and 181 columns, the return value
......@@ -543,7 +543,7 @@ If no window is at direction DIR, an error is signaled."
With no prefix argument, or with prefix argument equal to zero,
\"left\" is relative to the position of point in the window; otherwise
it is relative to the top edge (for positive ARG) or the bottom edge
(for negative ARG) of the current window.
\(for negative ARG) of the current window.
If no window is at the desired location, an error is signaled."
(interactive "P")
(windmove-do-window-select 'left arg))
......@@ -576,7 +576,7 @@ If no window is at the desired location, an error is signaled."
With no prefix argument, or with prefix argument equal to zero,
\"down\" is relative to the position of point in the window; otherwise
it is relative to the left edge (for positive ARG) or the right edge
(for negative ARG) of the current window.
\(for negative ARG) of the current window.
If no window is at the desired location, an error is signaled."
(interactive "P")
(windmove-do-window-select 'down arg))
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2001-10-04 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
* variables.texi (Variable Aliases): New node.
2001-10-02 Miles Bader <miles@gnu.org>
* minibuf.texi (Minibuffer Misc): Add entries for
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prefix from charset.
(w32_list_synthesized_fonts): Fix argument to alloca.
2001-10-04 Stefan Monnier <monnier@cs.yale.edu>
* window.h (MINI_WINDOW_P): Use NILP.
* coding.h (ENCODE_SYSTEM, DECODE_SYSTEM): Define also for non-NT.
* termhooks.h (struct input_event): Use proper type for `kind'.
2001-10-04 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
This handles unknown keysyms better than before. For example,
after `xmodmap -e 'keysym F5 = ccaron' in a Latin-1 environment,
Emacs formerly completely ignored F5. With the change, it derives
a key symbol from the name of the X keysym, `ccaron' in this case.
Reported by Martin Buchholz.
* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Return a non_ascii_keystroke for
unknown keysyms.
* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event) [HAVE_X_WINDOWS]: If we know
that EVENT->code isn't a function key, use the keysym's name.
2001-10-04 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
FOREACH is a macro that should make it easier to loop over Lisp
lists with checks for cycles and proper lists.
* lisp.h (LIST_END_P, FOREACH): New macros.
2001-10-04 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
On some systems, XtCloseDisplay seems to cause a SIGSEGV when
called for a lost connection. Prevent dumping core in this case.
Instead print the X error, and exit. On user request.
* xterm.c (error_msg): New variable.
(x_fatal_error_signal): New function.
(x_connection_closed): Set error_msg. Install x_fatal_error_signal
as fatal_error_signal_hook around the call to XtCloseDisplay.
* emacs.c (fatal_error_signal_hook): New variable.
(fatal_error_signal): Call that function.
2001-10-04 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
With this, Emacs prints how much pure storage it will
approximately need in case pure storage overflows while dumping.
* alloc.c (purebeg, pure_size, pure_bytes_used_before_overflow):
New variables.
(init_alloc_once): Initialize new variables.
(PURE_POINTER_P): Use new variables.
(pure_alloc): If pure storage overflows, allocate from the heap.
(check_pure_size): New function.
(Fgarbage_collect): Don't GC if pure storage has overflowed.
* lisp.h (pure_size) [HAVE_SHM]: Declare extern size_t.
(check_pure_size): Add prototype.
* emacs.c (Fdump_emacs_data, Fdump_emacs): Call check_pure_size.
2001-10-04 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
This adds a post-gc-hook that's run with GC inhibited.
Requested by Francois Pinard. XEmacs has it. Added to NEWS.
* alloc.c (Vpost_gc_hook, Qpost_gc_hook): New variables.
(syms_of_alloc): DEFVAR_LISP post-gc-hook, initialize Qpost_gc_hook.
(Fgarbage_collect): Run post-gc-hook.
2001-10-04 Gerd Moellmann <gerd@gnu.org>
This adds `defvaralias' and `indirect-variable'. Changes not
directly related to this feature are there to gain the same
performance again as before variable aliases.
You must use the SYMBOL_VALUE and SET_SYMBOL_VALUE macros in C
code to get and set symbol values, to take defvaralias into account.
(Note: the new `constant' bit-flag in symbols would make it
possible to define arbitrary read-only variables, e.g. with
`defconst'.)
Documentation is in lispref/variables.texi. Added to NEWS.
* lisp.h (enum symbol_interned): New enumeration.
(struct Lisp_Symbol): Remove member `obarray', add
`indirect_variable', `constant', and `interned'.
(SYMBOL_INTERNED_P, SYMBOL_INTERNED_IN_INITIAL_OBARRAY_P)
(SYMBOL_CONSTANT_P, SYMBOL_VALUE, SET_SYMBOL_VALUE): New macros.
(indirect_variable): Add prototype.
* print.c (print_preprocess, print_object): Test internedness of
symbols differently.
* lread.c (Fintern, Funintern): Set symbol's interned and constant
bit-fields.
(init_obarray): Likewise for t and nil.
* eval.c Use SYMBOL_VALUE/SET_SYMBOL_VALUE.
(Fdefvaralias): New function.
(specbind): Simplify the test if symbol is a constant.
(syms_of_eval): Defsubr Fdefvaralias.
* data.c: Use SYMBOL_VALUE/SET_SYMBOL_VALUE.
(Qcyclic_variable_indirection): New variable.
(Fkeywordp): Check for internedness differently.
(Fmakunbound): Simplify the test if symbol is a constant.
(indirect_variable, Findirect_variable): New functions.
(swap_in_symval_forwarding): If SYMBOL is an alias, use the
aliased symbol.
(let_shadows_buffer_binding_p): Check for variable aliases.
(set_internal): Simplify the test if SYMBOL is a constant.
If SYMBOL has a buffer-local value and is an alias, use the aliased
symbol instead.
(syms_of_data): Initialize Qcyclic_variable_indirection and defsubr
Sindirect_variable.
* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code) <varref>: Use SYMBOL_VALUE.
(Fbyte_code) <varset>: Simplify the test if symbol's value can be
set directly.
* alloc.c (Fmake_symbol): Adapt to changes of struct Lisp_Symbol.
* abbrev.c, buffer.c, coding.c, fns.c, frame.c, keyboard.c:
* minibuf.c, sunfns.c, w16select.c: Use SYMBOL_VALUE/
SET_SYMBOL_VALUE macros instead of accessing symbol values directly.
2001-10-03 Miles Bader <miles@gnu.org>
* callproc.c (syms_of_callproc): Explicitly state in the
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