Commit dc075b14 authored by Nick Roberts's avatar Nick Roberts
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(Compilation Mode): Remove redundant paragraph.

(Watch Expressions): Remove paragraph to reflect code change.
parent 284ab749
......@@ -223,14 +223,6 @@ leading context in the window before the current message. If it is
scroll. If there is no left fringe, no arrow is displayed and a value
of @code{nil} means display the message at the top of the window.
You don't have to be in the compilation buffer in order to use
@code{next-error}. If one window on the selected frame can be the
target of the @code{next-error} call, it is used. Else, if a buffer
previously had @code{next-error} called on it, it is used. Else,
if the current buffer can be the target of @code{next-error}, it is
used. Else, all the buffers Emacs manages are tried for
@code{next-error} support.
If you're not in the compilation buffer when you run
@code{next-error}, Emacs will look for a buffer that contains error
messages. First, it looks for one displayed in the selected frame,
......@@ -908,12 +900,6 @@ types, such as arrays, structures and unions are represented in a tree
format. To expand or contract a complex data type, click @kbd{Mouse-2}
on the tag to the left of the expression.
By default, watch expressions only display in the speedbar when the
GUD buffer is selected in the attached frame. If you want your watch
expressions to remain visible at all times then select the @samp{GUD}
radio button on the @samp{Speedbar->Displays} sub-menu using
@findex gdb-var-delete
With the cursor over the root expression of a complex data type, type
@kbd{D} to delete it from the speedbar
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