Commit ca208e83 authored by Mark A. Hershberger's avatar Mark A. Hershberger Committed by Eli Zaretskii

Use save-place-mode instead of save-place

* lisp/menu-bar.el (menu-bar-options-save, menu-bar-options-menu):
* lisp/saveplace.el (save-place-to-alist, save-places-to-alist)
(save-place-find-file-hook, save-place-dired-hook): Use
save-place-mode instead of the obsolete save-place.
parent d28d54c7
......@@ -689,7 +689,7 @@ The selected font will be the default on both the existing and future frames."
debug-on-quit debug-on-error
;; Somehow this works, when tool-bar and menu-bar don't.
tooltip-mode window-divider-mode
save-place uniquify-buffer-name-style fringe-mode
save-place-mode uniquify-buffer-name-style fringe-mode
indicate-empty-lines indicate-buffer-boundaries
case-fold-search font-use-system-font
current-language-environment default-input-method
......@@ -1413,7 +1413,7 @@ mail status in mode line"))
(bindings--define-key menu [save-place]
(menu-bar-make-toggle
toggle-save-place-globally save-place
toggle-save-place-globally save-place-mode
"Save Place in Files between Sessions"
"Saving place in files %s"
"Visit files of previous session when restarting Emacs"
......@@ -1421,7 +1421,7 @@ mail status in mode line"))
;; Do it by name, to avoid a free-variable
;; warning during byte compilation.
(set-default
'save-place (not (symbol-value 'save-place)))))
'save-place-mode (not (symbol-value 'save-place-mode)))))
(bindings--define-key menu [uniquify]
(menu-bar-make-toggle
......
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
;; Automatically save place in files, so that visiting them later
;; (even during a different Emacs session) automatically moves point
;; to the saved position, when the file is first found. Uses the
;; value of buffer-local variable save-place to determine whether to
;; value of buffer-local variable save-place-mode to determine whether to
;; save position or not.
;;
;; Thanks to Stefan Schoef, who sent a patch with the
......@@ -179,7 +179,7 @@ file:
(defun save-place-to-alist ()
;; put filename and point in a cons box and then cons that onto the
;; front of the save-place-alist, if save-place is non-nil.
;; front of the save-place-alist, if save-place-mode is non-nil.
;; Otherwise, just delete that file from the alist.
;; first check to make sure alist has been loaded in from the master
;; file. If not, do so, then feel free to modify the alist. It
......@@ -309,8 +309,8 @@ may have changed) back to `save-place-alist'."
nil))))
(defun save-places-to-alist ()
;; go through buffer-list, saving places to alist if save-place is
;; non-nil, deleting them from alist if it is nil.
;; go through buffer-list, saving places to alist if save-place-mode
;; is non-nil, deleting them from alist if it is nil.
(let ((buf-list (buffer-list)))
(while buf-list
;; put this into a save-excursion in case someone is counting on
......@@ -335,7 +335,7 @@ may have changed) back to `save-place-alist'."
(and (integerp (cdr cell))
(goto-char (cdr cell))))
;; and make sure it will be saved again for later
(setq save-place t)))))
(setq save-place-mode t)))))
(declare-function dired-goto-file "dired" (file))
......@@ -360,7 +360,7 @@ may have changed) back to `save-place-alist'."
((and (listp (cdr cell)) (assq 'dired-filename (cdr cell)))
(dired-goto-file (cdr (assq 'dired-filename (cdr cell)))))))
;; and make sure it will be saved again for later
(setq save-place t)))))
(setq save-place-mode t)))))
(defun save-place-kill-emacs-hook ()
;; First update the alist. This loads the old save-place-file if nec.
......
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