Commit d177d64e authored by Alex Schroeder's avatar Alex Schroeder
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Some @cindex changes, some changes from @kbd to

@key.
parent cb4cdec8
2006-01-28 Bj,Av(Brn Lindstr,Av(Bm <bkhl@elektrubadur.se>
* rcirc.texi: Some @cindex changes, some changes from @kbd to
@key.
2006-01-27 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* makefile.w32-in ($(infodir)/rcirc, rcirc.dvi): New targets.
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......@@ -87,7 +87,6 @@ Hacking and Tweaking
@node Basics, Reference, Top, Top
@chapter Basics
@cindex basic usage
This chapter contains a brief introduction to IRC (Internet Relay Chat),
and a quick tutorial on @code{rcirc}.
......@@ -123,7 +122,7 @@ When you connect to the Freenode network
server @code{irc.freenode.net}. That server will redirect your client
to a random server on the network, such as @code{zelazny.freenode.net}.
@cindex channel names
@cindex channel name
@cindex # starts a channel name
Once you're connected, you can send messages to all other users
connected to the same network, and you can join all channels on the same
......@@ -207,7 +206,7 @@ and a channel buffer for each of the channels you wanted to join.
@cindex talking
@cindex communicating
To talk in a channel, just type in what you want to say in a channel
buffer, and press @kbd{RET}.
buffer, and press @key{RET}.
@kindex C-c C-c
@cindex multiline messages
......@@ -216,7 +215,7 @@ buffer, and press @kbd{RET}.
@cindex edit message before sending
If you want to paste multiple lines, such as source code, you can use
@kbd{C-c C-c} to edit your message in a separate buffer. Use @kbd{C-c
C-c} to finish editing. You still need to press @kbd{RET} to send it,
C-c} to finish editing. You still need to press @key{RET} to send it,
though. Generally, IRC users don't like people pasting more than around
four lines of code, so use with care.
......@@ -228,7 +227,7 @@ four lines of code, so use with care.
@cindex modeline tracks activity
You will note that when other people say things in buffers that are
currently buried (no window is showing them), the mode line will show
you the abbreviated channel or nick name. Use @kbd{C-c C-SPC} to switch
you the abbreviated channel or nick name. Use @kbd{C-c C-@key{SPC}} to switch
to these buffers.
@node Reference, Hacking and Tweaking, Basics, Top
......@@ -247,6 +246,7 @@ documentation.
@node rcirc commands, Useful IRC commands, Reference, Reference
@section rcirc commands
@cindex rcirc commands
@cindex commands
@kindex C-h m
......@@ -261,7 +261,7 @@ typing them into an @code{rcirc} buffer.
@cindex typing commands
@cindex commands
For instance, instead of using the command @kbd{C-c C-j} to join a new
channel, you may type this in an @code{rcirc} buffer, and press @kbd{RET}:
channel, you may type this in an @code{rcirc} buffer, and press @key{RET}:
@example
/join #emacs
......@@ -361,7 +361,7 @@ Starts a one-to-one conversation with another person on the same
network. A new buffer will be created for this conversation. It works
like a channel with only two members. (Also @code{/query fsbot}.)
@item C-c RET
@item C-c @key{RET}
@kindex C-c RET
@cindex /msg
@cindex single message
......@@ -399,8 +399,8 @@ commands, such as:
@cindex idiots online
This command toggles the ignore status of a nick, if you provide one.
If you don't provide a nick, the command lists all the nicks you are
ignoring. All messages by ignored nicks are -- you guessed it --
ignored. Since only ``operators'' can kick people from channels, the
ignoring. All messages by ignored nicks are---you guessed it---ignored.
Since only ``operators'' can kick people from channels, the
ignore command is often the only way to deal with some of the more
obnoxious fellows online. Example: @code{/ignore xah}.
@end table
......@@ -435,7 +435,7 @@ help archive.
@node Configuration, , Useful IRC commands, Reference
@section Configuration
@cindex configuration
@cindex configuring rcirc
These are some variables you can change to configure @code{rcirc} to your
liking.
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