Commit d227d2ae authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero

Whitespace fixes.

parent 743a6977
......@@ -512,7 +512,7 @@ hyperlinks for variables without variable documentation, unless
preceded by one of the words `variable' or `option'. It now makes
hyperlinks to Info anchors (or nodes) if the anchor (or node) name is
enclosed in single quotes and preceded by `info anchor' or `Info
anchor' (in addition to earlier `info node' and `Info node'). In
anchor' (in addition to earlier `info node' and `Info node'). In
addition, it now makes hyperlinks to URLs as well if the URL is
enclosed in single quotes and preceded by `URL'.
......@@ -778,7 +778,7 @@ parts less visible than normal, so that the rest of the differing
parts is, by contrast, slightly highlighted.
Above fontification is always done when listing completions is
triggered at minibuffer. If you want to fontify completions whose
triggered at minibuffer. If you want to fontify completions whose
listing is triggered at the other normal buffer, you have to pass
the common prefix of completions to `display-completion-list' as
its second argument.
......@@ -1666,8 +1666,8 @@ on the mode line, header line and display margin, when run in an xterm.
---
*** Improved key bindings support when running in an xterm.
When emacs is running in an xterm more key bindings are available. The
following should work:
When emacs is running in an xterm more key bindings are available.
The following should work:
{C,S,C-S,A}-{right,left,up,down,prior,next,delete,insert,F1-12}.
These key bindings work on xterm from X.org 6.8, they might not work on
some older versions of xterm, or on some proprietary versions.
......@@ -2032,7 +2032,7 @@ boundaries during scrolling.
+++
** The file t-mouse.el is now part of Emacs and provides access to mouse
events from the console. It still requires gpm to work but has been updated
for Emacs 22. In particular, the mode-line is now position sensitive.
for Emacs 22. In particular, the mode-line is now position sensitive.
* Changes in Specialized Modes and Packages in Emacs 22.1:
......@@ -2047,7 +2047,7 @@ is similar to the way sequential output to a terminal works.)
+++
*** Bindings for Tumme added
Several new keybindings, all starting with the C-t prefix, have been
added to Dired. They are all bound to commands in Tumme. As a starting
added to Dired. They are all bound to commands in Tumme. As a starting
point, mark some image files in a dired buffer and do C-t d to display
thumbnails of them in a separate buffer.
......@@ -2696,7 +2696,7 @@ C-c C-i b, and so on.
** Fortran mode changes:
---
*** Fortran mode does more font-locking by default. Use level 3
*** Fortran mode does more font-locking by default. Use level 3
highlighting for the old default.
+++
......@@ -2890,7 +2890,7 @@ extracting the content of a BibTeX field.
*** The variables `bibtex-autokey-name-case-convert' and
`bibtex-autokey-titleword-case-convert' have been renamed to
`bibtex-autokey-name-case-convert-function' and
`bibtex-autokey-titleword-case-convert-function'. The old names are
`bibtex-autokey-titleword-case-convert-function'. The old names are
still available as aliases.
** In Artist mode the variable `artist-text-renderer' has been
......@@ -3104,13 +3104,13 @@ feature.
+++
*** When comparing directories.
Typing D brings up a buffer that lists the differences between the contents of
directories. Now it is possible to use this buffer to copy the missing files
directories. Now it is possible to use this buffer to copy the missing files
from one directory to another.
+++
*** When comparing files or buffers.
Typing the = key now offers to perform the word-by-word comparison of the
currently highlighted regions in an inferior Ediff session. If you answer 'n'
currently highlighted regions in an inferior Ediff session. If you answer 'n'
then it reverts to the old behavior and asks the user to select regions for
comparison.
......@@ -3348,7 +3348,7 @@ appointments, paydays or anything else using a sexp.
+++
*** The new function `calendar-goto-day-of-year' (g D) prompts for a
year and day number, and moves to that date. Negative day numbers
year and day number, and moves to that date. Negative day numbers
count backward from the end of the year.
+++
......@@ -3363,7 +3363,7 @@ window generated by the function `generate-calendar-window'.
---
*** The functions `holiday-easter-etc' and `holiday-advent' now take
optional arguments, in order to only report on the specified holiday
rather than all. This makes customization of variables such as
rather than all. This makes customization of variables such as
`christian-holidays' simpler.
---
......@@ -3723,7 +3723,7 @@ See the Emacs 21.1 NEWS entry for tooltips for details.
---
** Images are now supported on MS Windows.
PBM and XBM images are supported out of the box. Other image formats
PBM and XBM images are supported out of the box. Other image formats
depend on external libraries. All of these libraries have been ported
to Windows, and can be found in both source and binary form at
http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/. Note that libpng also depends on
......@@ -3765,7 +3765,7 @@ you wish to use them in other faces.
** On MS Windows NT/W2K/XP, Emacs uses Unicode for clipboard operations.
Those systems use Unicode internally, so this allows Emacs to share
multilingual text with other applications. On other versions of
multilingual text with other applications. On other versions of
MS Windows, Emacs now uses the appropriate locale coding-system, so
the clipboard should work correctly for your local language without
any customizations.
......@@ -3775,12 +3775,12 @@ any customizations.
Previous versions of Emacs erred on the side of having a usable Emacs
through telnet, even though that was inconvenient if you use Emacs in
a local console window with a scrollback buffer. The default value of
a local console window with a scrollback buffer. The default value of
w32-use-full-screen-buffer is now nil, which favors local console
windows. Recent versions of Windows telnet also work well with this
setting. If you are using an older telnet server then Emacs detects
windows. Recent versions of Windows telnet also work well with this
setting. If you are using an older telnet server then Emacs detects
that the console window dimensions that are reported are not sane, and
defaults to 80x25. If you use such a telnet server regularly at a size
defaults to 80x25. If you use such a telnet server regularly at a size
other than 80x25, you can still manually set
w32-use-full-screen-buffer to t.
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