Commit db77e9a0 authored by Jorge P. de Morais Neto's avatar Jorge P. de Morais Neto Committed by Lars Ingebrigtsen

TUTORIAL: "buffer" vs "file" consistency; capitalize Dired

* etc/tutorials/TUTORIAL: For consistency with C-x s ("save some
buffers") and for accuracy, describe C-x C-s as "Save buffer to
file"), and then C-x s as "Save some buffers to their files"
(bug#39359).  Also capitalize "Dired".

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......@@ -612,11 +612,11 @@ but it also means that you need a convenient way to save the first
file's buffer. Having to switch back to that buffer, in order to save
it with C-x C-s, would be a nuisance. So we have
C-x s Save some buffers
C-x s Save some buffers to their files
C-x s asks you about each buffer which contains changes that you have
not saved. It asks you, for each such buffer, whether to save the
buffer.
C-x s asks you about each file-visiting buffer which contains changes
that you have not saved. It asks you, for each such buffer, whether
to save the buffer to its file.
>> Insert a line of text, then type C-x s.
It should ask you whether to save the buffer named TUTORIAL.
......@@ -660,8 +660,8 @@ as by a mail handling utility.
There are many C-x commands. Here is a list of the ones you have learned:
C-x C-f Find file
C-x C-s Save file
C-x s Save some buffers
C-x C-s Save buffer to file
C-x s Save some buffers to their files
C-x C-b List buffers
C-x b Switch buffer
C-x C-c Quit Emacs
......@@ -1081,7 +1081,7 @@ corresponding command names (such as C-x C-f beside find-file).
You can learn more about Emacs by reading its manual, either as a
printed book, or inside Emacs (use the Help menu or type C-h r).
Two features that you may like especially are completion, which saves
typing, and dired, which simplifies file handling.
typing, and Dired, which simplifies file handling.
Completion is a way to avoid unnecessary typing. For instance, if you
want to switch to the *Messages* buffer, you can type C-x b *M<Tab>
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