Commit da0bbbc4 authored by Chong Yidong's avatar Chong Yidong

Fix typos (Bug#6094). From Štěpán Němec.

parent f034e176
2010-05-03 Štěpán Němec <stepnem@gmail.com> (tiny change)
* INSTALL: Fix typos.
2010-05-03 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* configure.in: Add check for buggy version of GCC (Bug#6031).
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......@@ -408,7 +408,7 @@ to look in `/bar/mylib' for libraries, pass the -O3 optimization
switch to the compiler, and link against libfoo.a and libbar.a
libraries in addition to the standard ones.
For some libraries, like Gtk+, fontconfig and ALSA, `configure' use
For some libraries, like Gtk+, fontconfig and ALSA, `configure' uses
pkg-config to find where those libraries are installed.
If you want pkg-config to look in special directories, you have to set
the environment variable PKG_CONFIG_PATH to point to the directories
......@@ -466,7 +466,7 @@ site-load.el for additional libraries if you arrange for their
documentation strings to be in the etc/DOC file (see
src/Makefile.in if you wish to figure out how to do that). For all
else, use site-init.el. Do not load byte-compiled code which
was build with a non-nil value of `byte-compile-dynamic'.
was built with a non-nil value of `byte-compile-dynamic'.
If you set load-path to a different value in site-init.el or
site-load.el, Emacs will use *precisely* that value when it starts up
......@@ -491,7 +491,7 @@ named `src/emacs'. You can execute this file "in place" without
copying it, if you wish; then it automatically uses the sibling
directories ../lisp, ../lib-src, ../info.
Or you can "install" the executable and the other Emacs into their
Or you can "install" the executable and the other files into their
installed locations, with `make install'. By default, Emacs's files
are installed in the following directories:
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2010-05-03 Štěpán Němec <stepnem@gmail.com> (tiny change)
* programs.texi (Man Page):
* misc.texi (Invoking emacsclient):
* mini.texi (Repetition):
* mark.texi (Setting Mark): Fix typos.
2010-04-25 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* misc.texi (Printing): Document htmlfontify-buffer.
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......@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ Set the mark at point if the mark is inactive, then move point.
character in @acronym{ASCII}; usually, typing @kbd{C-@key{SPC}} on a
text terminal gives the character @kbd{C-@@}. This key is also bound
to @code{set-mark-command}, so unless you are unlucky enough to have
an text terminal that behaves differently, you might as well think of
a text terminal that behaves differently, you might as well think of
@kbd{C-@@} as @kbd{C-@key{SPC}}.}. This sets the mark where point is,
and activates it. You can then move point away, leaving the mark
behind.
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......@@ -601,7 +601,7 @@ repetition. If you type just @key{RET}, that repeats the command
unchanged. You can also change the command by editing the Lisp
expression before you execute it. The repeated command is added to
the front of the command history unless it is identical to the most
recently item.
recent item.
Once inside the minibuffer for @kbd{C-x @key{ESC} @key{ESC}}, you can
use the minibuffer history commands (@kbd{M-p}, @kbd{M-n}, @kbd{M-r},
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......@@ -1528,7 +1528,7 @@ still use Emacs to edit the file.
@kbd{C-x #} (@code{server-edit}) in its buffer. This saves the file
and sends a message back to the @command{emacsclient} program, telling
it to exit. Programs that use @env{EDITOR} usually wait for the
``editor''---in the case @command{emacsclient}---to exit before doing
``editor''---in this case @command{emacsclient}---to exit before doing
something else.
You can also call @command{emacsclient} with multiple file name
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......@@ -1202,7 +1202,7 @@ completion based on the list of manual pages that are installed on
your machine; the list of available manual pages is computed
automatically the first time you invoke @code{woman}. The word at
point in the current buffer is used to suggest the default for the
name the manual page.
name of the manual page.
With a numeric argument, @kbd{M-x woman} recomputes the list of the
manual pages used for completion. This is useful if you add or delete
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2010-05-03 Štěpán Němec <stepnem@gmail.com> (tiny change)
* windows.texi (Textual Scrolling):
* tips.texi (Coding Conventions):
* minibuf.texi (Minibuffer History):
* maps.texi (Standard Keymaps):
* loading.texi (Where Defined):
* edebug.texi (Instrumenting): Fix typos.
2010-04-25 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* keymaps.texi (Menu Bar): Document :advertised-binding property.
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......@@ -186,7 +186,7 @@ instrument any top-level form regardless of the values of
While Edebug is active, the command @kbd{I}
(@code{edebug-instrument-callee}) instruments the definition of the
function or macro called by the list form after point, if is not already
function or macro called by the list form after point, if it is not already
instrumented. This is possible only if Edebug knows where to find the
source for that function; for this reason, after loading Edebug,
@code{eval-region} records the position of every definition it
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......@@ -823,7 +823,7 @@ without extension.
@code{load-history}.
@defvar load-history
This value of this variable is an alist that associates the names of
The value of this variable is an alist that associates the names of
loaded library files with the names of the functions and variables
they defined, as well as the features they provided or required.
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......@@ -85,6 +85,9 @@ Minor mode variables will not be listed here.
@item case-fold-search
@xref{Searching and Case}.
@item comment-column
@xref{Comments,,, emacs, The GNU Emacs Manual}.
@item ctl-arrow
@xref{Usual Display}.
......@@ -94,9 +97,6 @@ Minor mode variables will not be listed here.
@item cursor-type
@xref{Cursor Parameters}.
@item comment-column
@xref{Comments,,, emacs, The GNU Emacs Manual}.
@item default-directory
@xref{File Name Expansion}.
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......@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ search.
@item key-translation-map
A keymap for translating keys. This one overrides ordinary key
bindings, unlike @code{local- function-key-map}. @xref{Translation
bindings, unlike @code{local-function-key-map}. @xref{Translation
Keymaps}.
@item kmacro-map
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......@@ -511,7 +511,7 @@ set to a non-@code{nil} value.
@defopt history-length
The value of this variable specifies the maximum length for all
history lists that don't specify their own maximum lengths. If the
value is @code{t}, that means there no maximum (don't delete old
value is @code{t}, that means there is no maximum (don't delete old
elements). The value of @code{history-length} property of the history
list variable's symbol, if set, overrides this variable for that
particular history list.
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......@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ Put a call to @code{provide} at the end of each separate Lisp file.
If a file requires certain other Lisp programs to be loaded
beforehand, then the comments at the beginning of the file should say
so. Also, use @code{require} to make sure they are loaded.
x@xref{Named Features}.
@xref{Named Features}.
@item
If a file @var{foo} uses a macro defined in another file @var{bar},
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......@@ -1661,8 +1661,8 @@ point should be placed from the bottom of the window; thus, as with
@end defopt
@defopt scroll-step
This variable is an older variant of @code{scroll-conservatively}. The
difference is that it if its value is @var{n}, that permits scrolling
This variable is an older variant of @code{scroll-conservatively}.
The difference is that if its value is @var{n}, that permits scrolling
only by precisely @var{n} lines, not a smaller number. This feature
does not work with @code{scroll-margin}. The default value is zero.
@end defopt
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2010-05-03 Štěpán Němec <stepnem@gmail.com> (tiny change)
* url.texi (HTTP language/coding, Customization):
* message.texi (Header Commands, Responses):
* cl.texi (Argument Lists): Fix typos.
2010-04-18 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* ede.texi (EDE Mode): Refer to init file rather than `.emacs'. Note
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......@@ -356,7 +356,7 @@ is defined is automatically proclaimed @code{inline}, i.e.,
calls to it may be expanded into in-line code by the byte compiler.
This is analogous to the @code{defsubst} form;
@code{defsubst*} uses a different method (compiler macros) which
works in all version of Emacs, and also generates somewhat more
works in all versions of Emacs, and also generates somewhat more
efficient inline expansions. In particular, @code{defsubst*}
arranges for the processing of keyword arguments, default values,
etc., to be done at compile-time whenever possible.
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......@@ -659,7 +659,7 @@ address from @code{To:} and @code{Cc:} headers.
@findex message-insert-disposition-notification-to
Insert a request for a disposition
notification. (@code{message-insert-disposition-notification-to}).
This means that if the recipient support RFC 2298 she might send you a
This means that if the recipient supports RFC 2298 she might send you a
notification that she received the message.
@item M-x message-insert-importance-high
......@@ -2387,7 +2387,7 @@ consulted, in turn:
@item wide reply
A @dfn{wide reply} is a mail response that includes @emph{all} entities
mentioned in the message you are responded to. All mailboxes from the
mentioned in the message you are responding to. All mailboxes from the
following headers will be concatenated to form the outgoing
@code{To}/@code{Cc} headers:
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......@@ -313,7 +313,7 @@ encoding of documents which servers may honor. For each of these
variables, the value is a string; it can specify a single choice, or
it can be a comma-separated list.
Normally this list ordered by descending preference. However, each
Normally, this list is ordered by descending preference. However, each
element can be followed by @samp{;q=@var{priority}} to specify its
preference level, a decimal number from 0 to 1; e.g., for
@code{url-mime-language-string}, @w{@code{"de, en-gb;q=0.8,
......@@ -1120,11 +1120,11 @@ general operation of the package.
@defopt url-debug
@cindex debugging
Specifies the types of debug messages the library which are logged to
Specifies the types of debug messages which are logged to
the @code{*URL-DEBUG*} buffer.
@code{t} means log all messages.
A number means log all messages and show them with @code{message}.
If may also be a list of the types of messages to be logged.
It may also be a list of the types of messages to be logged.
@end defopt
@defopt url-personal-mail-address
@end defopt
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......@@ -1350,11 +1350,11 @@ rather than fortran-indent-comment.
** Gnus
*** The Gnus package has been updated
There are many news features, bug fixes and improvements; see the file
There are many new features, bug fixes and improvements; see the file
GNUS-NEWS or the node "No Gnus" in the Gnus manual for details.
*** In Emacs 23, Gnus uses Emacs' new internal coding system `utf-8-emacs' for
saving articles drafts and ~/.newsrc.eld. These file may not be read
saving articles, drafts, and ~/.newsrc.eld. These file may not be read
correctly in Emacs 22 and below. If you want to Gnus across different Emacs
versions, you may set `mm-auto-save-coding-system' to `emacs-mule'.
......@@ -1407,8 +1407,8 @@ for buff-menu.el and ibuffer.el are bound to the keys `M-s a C-s' and
*** `C-h C-h' in Isearch mode displays isearch-specific Help screen,
`C-h b' displays all Isearch key bindings, `C-h k' displays the full
documentation of the given Isearch key sequence, `C-h m' displays
documentation of Isearch mode. All the rest Help commands exit Isearch mode
and execute their global definitions.
documentation for Isearch mode. All the other Help commands exit
Isearch mode and execute their global definitions.
*** When started in the minibuffer, Isearch searches in the minibuffer
history. See `Minibuffer changes', above.
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......@@ -219,7 +219,7 @@ in the distribution.</indent>
paragraph properly filled all the time, without slowing down
editing too much. Refill mode is a start at this, but needs
</indent></indent> <indent>improvment.
</indent></indent> <indent>improvement.
+ Refill after yank. [Refill mode does that.]
......@@ -272,4 +272,4 @@ COPYING PERMISSIONS:
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
along with this program. If not, see <<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
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