Commit cde08ac9 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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* doc/lispref/text.texi (Kill Functions, Low-Level Kill Ring): Small fixes.

parent e6068ab3
2010-11-10 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* text.texi (Kill Functions, Low-Level Kill Ring): Small fixes.
2010-10-27 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* maps.texi (Standard Keymaps): Update File menu description.
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......@@ -900,10 +900,10 @@ from the buffer. It returns @code{nil}.
The command does not set @code{this-command} to @code{kill-region}, so a
subsequent kill command does not append to the same kill ring entry.
Don't call @code{copy-region-as-kill} in Lisp programs unless you aim to
support Emacs 18. For newer Emacs versions, it is better to use
@code{kill-new} or @code{kill-append} instead. @xref{Low-Level Kill
Ring}.
@c FIXME Why is it better? Why isn't copy-region-as-kill obsolete then?
@c Why is it used in many places in Emacs?
In Lisp programs, it is better to use @code{kill-new} or
@code{kill-append} instead of this command. @xref{Low-Level Kill Ring}.
@end deffn
@node Yanking
......@@ -1041,8 +1041,8 @@ text property, if there is one.
@subsection Low-Level Kill Ring
These functions and variables provide access to the kill ring at a
lower level, but still convenient for use in Lisp programs, because they
take care of interaction with window system selections
lower level, but are still convenient for use in Lisp programs,
because they take care of interaction with window system selections
(@pxref{Window System Selections}).
@defun current-kill n &optional do-not-move
......@@ -4279,6 +4279,4 @@ code that is itself run from a modification hook, then rebind locally
@code{inhibit-modification-hooks} to @code{nil}.
@end defvar
@ignore
arch-tag: 3721e738-a1cb-4085-bc1a-6cb8d8e1d32b
@end ignore
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