Commit de586f99 authored by Xue Fuqiao's avatar Xue Fuqiao
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Minor doc fixes.

* doc/lispref/os.texi (Time Parsing):
(Processor Run Time, Input Modes, Terminal Output): Minor fixes.
parent 56cd894e
2013-11-17 Xue Fuqiao <xfq.free@gmail.com>
* os.texi (Time Parsing):
(Processor Run Time, Input Modes, Terminal Output): Minor fixes.
2013-11-14 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* loading.texi (Library Search): Update section.
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......@@ -1524,7 +1524,7 @@ system.
@defun seconds-to-time seconds
This function converts @var{seconds}, a floating point number of
seconds since the epoch, to a time value and returns that. To perform
the inverse conversion, use @code{float-time}.
the inverse conversion, use @code{float-time} (@pxref{Time of Day}).
@end defun
@defun format-seconds format-string seconds
......@@ -1586,6 +1586,7 @@ most-positive-fixnum}).
both elapsed and processor time, used by the Emacs process.
@deffn Command emacs-uptime &optional format
@cindex uptime of Emacs
This function returns a string representing the Emacs
@dfn{uptime}---the elapsed wall-clock time this instance of Emacs is
running. The string is formatted by @code{format-seconds} according
......@@ -1922,10 +1923,10 @@ functions.
@defun set-input-mode interrupt flow meta &optional quit-char
This function sets the mode for reading keyboard input. If
@var{interrupt} is non-null, then Emacs uses input interrupts. If it is
@code{nil}, then it uses @sc{cbreak} mode. The default setting is
system-dependent. Some systems always use @sc{cbreak} mode regardless
of what is specified.
@var{interrupt} is non-@code{nil}, then Emacs uses input interrupts.
If it is @code{nil}, then it uses @sc{cbreak} mode. The default
setting is system-dependent. Some systems always use @sc{cbreak} mode
regardless of what is specified.
When Emacs communicates directly with X, it ignores this argument and
uses interrupts if that is the way it knows how to communicate.
......@@ -2075,17 +2076,17 @@ often than to actual Emacs bugs. Once you are certain which characters
were actually output, you can determine reliably whether they correspond
to the Termcap specifications in use.
You close the termscript file by calling this function with an
argument of @code{nil}.
See also @code{open-dribble-file} in @ref{Recording Input}.
@example
@group
(open-termscript "../junk/termscript")
@result{} nil
@end group
@end example
You close the termscript file by calling this function with an
argument of @code{nil}.
See also @code{open-dribble-file} in @ref{Recording Input}.
@end deffn
@node Sound Output
......@@ -2096,6 +2097,7 @@ See also @code{open-dribble-file} in @ref{Recording Input}.
certain systems are supported; if you call @code{play-sound} on a
system which cannot really do the job, it gives an error.
@c FIXME: Add indexes for Au and WAV? --xfq
The sound must be stored as a file in RIFF-WAVE format (@samp{.wav})
or Sun Audio format (@samp{.au}).
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