Commit d0960fb3 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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...@@ -923,7 +923,7 @@ the first line as well. ...@@ -923,7 +923,7 @@ the first line as well.
@cindex shell scripts, and local file variables @cindex shell scripts, and local file variables
In shell scripts, the first line is used to identify the script In shell scripts, the first line is used to identify the script
interpreter, so you cannot put any local variables there. To accomodate interpreter, so you cannot put any local variables there. To accommodate
for this, when Emacs visits a shell script, it looks for local variable for this, when Emacs visits a shell script, it looks for local variable
specifications in the @emph{second} line. specifications in the @emph{second} line.
...@@ -1030,7 +1030,6 @@ about to type @kbd{C-n C-d} forty times, you can speed your work by ...@@ -1030,7 +1030,6 @@ about to type @kbd{C-n C-d} forty times, you can speed your work by
defining a keyboard macro to do @kbd{C-n C-d} and calling it with a defining a keyboard macro to do @kbd{C-n C-d} and calling it with a
repeat count of forty. repeat count of forty.
@c widecommands
@table @kbd @table @kbd
@item C-x ( @item C-x (
Start defining a keyboard macro (@code{start-kbd-macro}). Start defining a keyboard macro (@code{start-kbd-macro}).
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...@@ -140,7 +140,6 @@ variable @code{file-name-coding-system} to a non-@code{nil} value. ...@@ -140,7 +140,6 @@ variable @code{file-name-coding-system} to a non-@code{nil} value.
@section Visiting Files @section Visiting Files
@cindex visiting files @cindex visiting files
@c WideCommands
@table @kbd @table @kbd
@item C-x C-f @item C-x C-f
Visit a file (@code{find-file}). Visit a file (@code{find-file}).
...@@ -803,7 +802,7 @@ A @dfn{shadow cluster} is a group of hosts that share directories, so ...@@ -803,7 +802,7 @@ A @dfn{shadow cluster} is a group of hosts that share directories, so
that copying to or from one of them is sufficient to update the file that copying to or from one of them is sufficient to update the file
on all of them. Each shadow cluster has a name, and specifies the on all of them. Each shadow cluster has a name, and specifies the
network address of a primary host (the one we copy files to), and a network address of a primary host (the one we copy files to), and a
regular expression that matches the hostnames of all the other hosts regular expression that matches the host names of all the other hosts
in the cluster. You can define a shadow cluster with @kbd{M-x in the cluster. You can define a shadow cluster with @kbd{M-x
shadow-define-cluster}. shadow-define-cluster}.
...@@ -1927,7 +1926,7 @@ the repository, and picking up changes from other users into one's own ...@@ -1927,7 +1926,7 @@ the repository, and picking up changes from other users into one's own
working area, then works by direct interactions with the CVS server. working area, then works by direct interactions with the CVS server.
One difficulty is that access to the CVS server is often slow, and One difficulty is that access to the CVS server is often slow, and
that developers might need to work offline as well. VC is designed that developers might need to work off-line as well. VC is designed
to reduce the amount of network interaction necessary. to reduce the amount of network interaction necessary.
@menu @menu
...@@ -2049,7 +2048,7 @@ that you can refer to it later if you wish.) ...@@ -2049,7 +2048,7 @@ that you can refer to it later if you wish.)
While using local RCS, you can pick up recent changes from the CVS While using local RCS, you can pick up recent changes from the CVS
repository into your local file, or commit some of your changes back repository into your local file, or commit some of your changes back
to CVS, without terminating local RCS version control. To do this, to CVS, without terminating local RCS version control. To do this,
switch to the CVS backend temporarily, with the @kbd{C-x v b} command: switch to the CVS back end temporarily, with the @kbd{C-x v b} command:
@table @kbd @table @kbd
@item C-x v b @item C-x v b
...@@ -2518,7 +2517,7 @@ automatically. ...@@ -2518,7 +2517,7 @@ automatically.
users, but there is a mode called @dfn{non-strict locking} in which users, but there is a mode called @dfn{non-strict locking} in which
you can check-in changes without locking the file first. Use you can check-in changes without locking the file first. Use
@samp{rcs -U} to switch to non-strict locking for a particular file, @samp{rcs -U} to switch to non-strict locking for a particular file,
see the @code{rcs} manpage for details. see the @code{rcs} manual page for details.
When deducing the version control state of an RCS file, VC first When deducing the version control state of an RCS file, VC first
looks for an RCS version header string in the file (@pxref{Version looks for an RCS version header string in the file (@pxref{Version
...@@ -2566,9 +2565,9 @@ locking. ...@@ -2566,9 +2565,9 @@ locking.
For one thing, you can set the @env{CVSREAD} environment variable For one thing, you can set the @env{CVSREAD} environment variable
(the value you use makes no difference). If this variable is defined, (the value you use makes no difference). If this variable is defined,
CVS makes your work files read-only by default. In Emacs, you must CVS makes your work files read-only by default. In Emacs, you must
type @kbd{C-x C-q} to make the file writeable, so that editing works type @kbd{C-x C-q} to make the file writable, so that editing works
in fact similar as if locking was used. Note however, that no actual in fact similar as if locking was used. Note however, that no actual
locking is performed, so several users can make their files writeable locking is performed, so several users can make their files writable
at the same time. When setting @env{CVSREAD} for the first time, make at the same time. When setting @env{CVSREAD} for the first time, make
sure to check out all your modules anew, so that the file protections sure to check out all your modules anew, so that the file protections
are set correctly. are set correctly.
...@@ -2578,7 +2577,7 @@ are set correctly. ...@@ -2578,7 +2577,7 @@ are set correctly.
Another way to achieve something similar to locking is to use the Another way to achieve something similar to locking is to use the
@dfn{watch} feature of CVS. If a file is being watched, CVS makes it @dfn{watch} feature of CVS. If a file is being watched, CVS makes it
read-only by default, and you must also use @kbd{C-x C-q} in Emacs to read-only by default, and you must also use @kbd{C-x C-q} in Emacs to
make it writable. VC calls @code{cvs edit} to make the file writeable, make it writable. VC calls @code{cvs edit} to make the file writable,
and CVS takes care to notify other developers of the fact that you and CVS takes care to notify other developers of the fact that you
intend to change the file. See the CVS documentation for details on intend to change the file. See the CVS documentation for details on
using the watch feature. using the watch feature.
...@@ -2606,7 +2605,7 @@ do in @code{vc-next-action} (@kbd{C-x v v}), just as it does for local ...@@ -2606,7 +2605,7 @@ do in @code{vc-next-action} (@kbd{C-x v v}), just as it does for local
repositories. It also does not make any version backups. repositories. It also does not make any version backups.
You can also set @code{vc-cvs-stay-local} to a regular expression You can also set @code{vc-cvs-stay-local} to a regular expression
that is matched against the repository hostname; VC then stays local that is matched against the repository host name; VC then stays local
only for repositories from hosts that match the pattern. only for repositories from hosts that match the pattern.
@node Directories @node Directories
...@@ -2898,7 +2897,7 @@ requires the appropriate uncompression program. ...@@ -2898,7 +2897,7 @@ requires the appropriate uncompression program.
the programs @code{arc}, @code{jar}, @code{lzh}, @code{zip}, and the programs @code{arc}, @code{jar}, @code{lzh}, @code{zip}, and
@code{zoo}, which have extensions corresponding to the program names. @code{zoo}, which have extensions corresponding to the program names.
The keybindings of Archive mode are similar to those in Tar mode, The key bindings of Archive mode are similar to those in Tar mode,
with the addition of the @kbd{m} key which marks a file for subsequent with the addition of the @kbd{m} key which marks a file for subsequent
operations, and @kbd{M-@key{DEL}} which unmarks all the marked files. operations, and @kbd{M-@key{DEL}} which unmarks all the marked files.
Also, the @kbd{a} key toggles the display of detailed file Also, the @kbd{a} key toggles the display of detailed file
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...@@ -1643,7 +1643,6 @@ any time is called the buffer's @dfn{restriction}. ...@@ -1643,7 +1643,6 @@ any time is called the buffer's @dfn{restriction}.
paragraph by eliminating clutter. It can also be used to restrict the paragraph by eliminating clutter. It can also be used to restrict the
range of operation of a replace command or repeating keyboard macro. range of operation of a replace command or repeating keyboard macro.
@c WideCommands
@table @kbd @table @kbd
@item C-x n n @item C-x n n
Narrow down to between point and mark (@code{narrow-to-region}). Narrow down to between point and mark (@code{narrow-to-region}).
...@@ -1969,11 +1968,11 @@ the order you choose. ...@@ -1969,11 +1968,11 @@ the order you choose.
@cindex other editors @cindex other editors
@cindex EDT @cindex EDT
@cindex vi @cindex vi
@cindex PC keybindings @cindex PC key bindings
@cindex scrolling all windows @cindex scrolling all windows
@cindex PC selecion @cindex PC selection
@cindex Motif keybindings @cindex Motif key bindings
@cindex Macintosh keybindings @cindex Macintosh key bindings
@cindex WordStar @cindex WordStar
GNU Emacs can be programmed to emulate (more or less) most other GNU Emacs can be programmed to emulate (more or less) most other
...@@ -1988,7 +1987,7 @@ editors. Standard facilities can emulate these: ...@@ -1988,7 +1987,7 @@ editors. Standard facilities can emulate these:
@cindex Brief emulation @cindex Brief emulation
@cindex emulation of Brief @cindex emulation of Brief
@cindex mode, CRiSP @cindex mode, CRiSP
You can turn on keybindings to emulate the CRiSP/Brief editor with You can turn on key bindings to emulate the CRiSP/Brief editor with
@kbd{M-x crisp-mode}. Note that this rebinds @kbd{M-x} to exit Emacs @kbd{M-x crisp-mode}. Note that this rebinds @kbd{M-x} to exit Emacs
unless you change the user option @code{crisp-override-meta-x}. You can unless you change the user option @code{crisp-override-meta-x}. You can
also use the command @kbd{M-x scroll-all-mode} or set the user option also use the command @kbd{M-x scroll-all-mode} or set the user option
...@@ -2025,10 +2024,10 @@ to beginning and end of buffer and @kbd{C-Escape} does ...@@ -2025,10 +2024,10 @@ to beginning and end of buffer and @kbd{C-Escape} does
@cindex selection, PC @cindex selection, PC
The command @kbd{M-x pc-selection-mode} enables a global minor mode The command @kbd{M-x pc-selection-mode} enables a global minor mode
that emulates the mark, copy, cut and paste commands of various other that emulates the mark, copy, cut and paste commands of various other
systems---an interface known as CUA. It establishes the keybindings systems---an interface known as CUA. It establishes the key bindings
of PC mode, and also modifies the bindings of the cursor keys and the of PC mode, and also modifies the bindings of the cursor keys and the
@kbd{next}, @kbd{prior}, @kbd{home} and @kbd{end} keys. It does not @kbd{next}, @kbd{prior}, @kbd{home} and @kbd{end} keys. It does not
provide the full set of CUA keybindings---the fundamental Emacs keys provide the full set of CUA key bindings---the fundamental Emacs keys
@kbd{C-c}, @kbd{C-v} and @kbd{C-x} are not changed. @kbd{C-c}, @kbd{C-v} and @kbd{C-x} are not changed.
The standard keys for moving around (@kbd{right}, @kbd{left}, The standard keys for moving around (@kbd{right}, @kbd{left},
...@@ -2089,7 +2088,7 @@ not use it. ...@@ -2089,7 +2088,7 @@ not use it.
@item WordStar (old wordprocessor) @item WordStar (old wordprocessor)
@findex wordstar-mode @findex wordstar-mode
@kbd{M-x wordstar-mode} provides a major mode with WordStar-like @kbd{M-x wordstar-mode} provides a major mode with WordStar-like
keybindings. key bindings.
@end table @end table
@node Hyperlinking, Dissociated Press, Emulation, Top @node Hyperlinking, Dissociated Press, Emulation, Top
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