Commit d78b75dd authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Variable Definitions): Document new name custom-add-frequent-value.

parent ed1281ec
2006-12-24 Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* customize.texi (Variable Definitions): Document
new name custom-add-frequent-value.
2006-12-19 Kim F. Storm <storm@cua.dk>
* commands.texi (Misc Events): User signals now result in sigusr1
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......@@ -418,18 +418,18 @@ Keywords}. Here is an example, from the library @file{saveplace.el}:
If a customization item has a type such as @code{hook} or
@code{alist}, which supports @code{:options}, you can add additional
values to the list from outside the @code{defcustom} declaration by
calling @code{custom-add-option}. For example, if you define a
calling @code{custom-add-frequent-value}. For example, if you define a
function @code{my-lisp-mode-initialization} intended to be called from
@code{emacs-lisp-mode-hook}, you might want to add that to the list of
reasonable values for @code{emacs-lisp-mode-hook}, but not by editing
its definition. You can do it thus:
@example
(custom-add-option 'emacs-lisp-mode-hook
'my-lisp-mode-initialization)
(custom-add-frequent-value 'emacs-lisp-mode-hook
'my-lisp-mode-initialization)
@end example
@defun custom-add-option symbol value
@defun custom-add-frequent-value symbol value
For the customization option @var{symbol}, add @var{value} to the
list of reasonable values.
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