Commit dd2737b3 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Adjudicate review comments in abbrevs.texi

* doc/lispref/abbrevs.texi (Abbrev Files, Abbrev Expansion):
* doc/emacs/abbrevs.texi (Dabbrev Customization): State the
default values of variables.  Suggested by Steve Byrne
<sbb@penguinis.org>.  (Bug#23016)

* admin/release-process (Check manuals): Mark files reviewed by
Steve Byrne.
parent 26f9c507
......@@ -237,7 +237,7 @@ TUTORIAL.zh
** Check the manual.
abbrevs.texi
abbrevs.texi Steve Byrne
ack.texi
anti.texi
arevert-xtra.texi
......@@ -292,7 +292,7 @@ xresources.texi
** Check the Lisp manual.
abbrevs.texi
abbrevs.texi Steve Byrne
anti.texi
back.texi
backups.texi
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......@@ -435,9 +435,9 @@ copies the expansion verbatim including its case pattern.
controls which characters are considered part of a word, for dynamic expansion
purposes. The regular expression must match just one character, never
two or more. The same regular expression also determines which
characters are part of an expansion. The value @code{nil} has a special
meaning: dynamic abbrevs are made of word characters, but expansions are
made of word and symbol characters.
characters are part of an expansion. The (default) value @code{nil}
has a special meaning: dynamic abbrevs are made of word characters,
but expansions are made of word and symbol characters.
@vindex dabbrev-abbrev-skip-leading-regexp
In shell scripts and makefiles, a variable name is sometimes prefixed
......@@ -445,4 +445,5 @@ with @samp{$} and sometimes not. Major modes for this kind of text can
customize dynamic abbrev expansion to handle optional prefixes by setting
the variable @code{dabbrev-abbrev-skip-leading-regexp}. Its value
should be a regular expression that matches the optional prefix that
dynamic abbrev expression should ignore.
dynamic abbrev expression should ignore. The default is @code{nil},
which means no characters should be skipped.
......@@ -198,7 +198,10 @@ abbrevs in a file automatically, under the control of variables
described here.
@defopt abbrev-file-name
This is the default file name for reading and saving abbrevs.
This is the default file name for reading and saving abbrevs. By
default, Emacs will look for @file{~/.emacs.d/abbrev_defs}, and, if
not found, for @file{~/.abbrev_defs}; if neither file exists, Emacs
will create @file{~/.emacs.d/abbrev_defs}.
@end defopt
@defun quietly-read-abbrev-file &optional filename
......@@ -216,7 +219,7 @@ A non-@code{nil} value for @code{save-abbrevs} means that Emacs should
offer to save abbrevs (if any have changed) when files are saved. If
the value is @code{silently}, Emacs saves the abbrevs without asking
the user. @code{abbrev-file-name} specifies the file to save the
abbrevs in.
abbrevs in. The default value is @code{t}.
@end defopt
@defvar abbrevs-changed
......@@ -282,7 +285,7 @@ omitted, it defaults to point. @code{name}, if non-@code{nil}, should
be the name by which this abbrev was found (a string); it is used to
figure out whether to adjust the capitalization of the expansion. The
function returns @code{abbrev} if the abbrev was successfully
inserted.
inserted, otherwise it returns @code{nil}.
@end defun
@deffn Command abbrev-prefix-mark &optional arg
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