Commit dfd67a62 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Fix typos.

parent f13e7f66
......@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ This file contains two sections:
======================= EBNF tag file description =======================
Productions created from current behaviour to aid extensions
Productions created from current behavior to aid extensions
Francesco Potorti` <pot@gnu.org> 2002
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......@@ -710,7 +710,7 @@ The new keywords are def, newcommand, renewcommand, newenvironment and
renewenvironment.
**** In Makefiles, constants are tagged
If you want the old behaviour instead, thus avoiding to increase the
If you want the old behavior instead, thus avoiding to increase the
size of the tags file, use the --no-globals option.
**** In Prolog, etags creates tags for rules in addition to predicates.
......@@ -764,7 +764,7 @@ from the file name or buffer contents.
+++
** New user option `isearch-resume-enabled'.
This option can be disabled, to avoid the normal behaviour of isearch
This option can be disabled, to avoid the normal behavior of isearch
which puts calls to `isearch-resume' in the command history.
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......@@ -1127,7 +1127,7 @@ declaration specifiers supported are:
** Interactive commands can be remapped through keymaps.
This is an alternative to using defadvice or substitute-key-definition
to modify the behaviour of a key binding using the normal keymap
to modify the behavior of a key binding using the normal keymap
binding and lookup functionality.
When a key sequence is bound to a command, and that command is
......@@ -3489,7 +3489,7 @@ containing diff3-style conflict markers, such as generated by RCS.
*** hl-line.el provides `hl-line-mode', a minor mode to highlight the
current line in the current buffer. It also provides
`global-hl-line-mode' to provide the same behaviour in all buffers.
`global-hl-line-mode' to provide the same behavior in all buffers.
*** ansi-color.el translates ANSI terminal escapes into text-properties.
......@@ -9606,7 +9606,7 @@ the new variable lazy-lock-defer-contextually to control this feature. If
non-nil, changes to the buffer will cause subsequent lines in the buffer to be
refontified after lazy-lock-defer-time seconds of idle time. If nil, then only
the modified lines will be refontified; this is the same as the previous Lazy
Lock mode behaviour and the behaviour of Font Lock mode.
Lock mode behavior and the behavior of Font Lock mode.
This feature is useful in modes where strings or comments can span lines.
For example, if a string or comment terminating character is deleted, then if
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......@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ To use this package, put in your ~/.emacs:
(setq font-lock-support-mode 'lazy-lock-mode)
To control the package behaviour, see the documentation for `lazy-lock-mode'.
To control the package behavior, see the documentation for `lazy-lock-mode'.
** Changes in BibTeX mode.
......@@ -988,7 +988,7 @@ file status.
If you do want unmodified files to be write-protected, set your
CVSREAD environment variable. VC sees this and behaves accordingly;
that will give you the behaviour of Emacs 19.29, similar to that under
that will give you the behavior of Emacs 19.29, similar to that under
RCS and SCCS. In this mode, if the variable vc-mistrust-permissions
is nil, VC learns the modification state from the file permissions.
When setting CVSREAD for the first time, you should check out the
......@@ -1029,7 +1029,7 @@ your working file with the latest version from the master.
*** RCS customization.
There is a new variable vc-consult-headers. If it is t (the default),
VC searches for RCS headers in working files (like `$Id: ONEWS,v 1.5 2001/01/31 15:19:32 gerd Exp $') and
VC searches for RCS headers in working files (like `$Id: ONEWS,v 1.6 2002/01/12 15:36:53 pj Exp $') and
determines the state of the file from them, not from the master file.
This is fast and more reliable when you use branches. (The variable
was already present in Emacs 19.29, but didn't get mentioned in the
......@@ -4178,7 +4178,7 @@ C-c C-h lists the input history in a `*Help*' buffer.
There are new menu bar items for completion/input/output/signal commands.
Input behaviour is configurable. Variables control whether some windows
Input behavior is configurable. Variables control whether some windows
showing the buffer scroll to the bottom before insertion. These are
`comint-scroll-to-bottom-on-input' and `before-change-function'. By default,
insertion causes the selected window to scroll to the bottom before insertion
......@@ -4259,7 +4259,7 @@ Directory tracking is more robust. It can cope with command sequences
and forked commands, and can detect the failure of directory changing
commands in most circumstances. It's still not infallible, of course.
You can now configure the behaviour of `pushd'. Variables control
You can now configure the behavior of `pushd'. Variables control
whether `pushd' behaves like `cd' if no argument is given
(`shell-pushd-tohome'), pop rather than rotate with a numeric argument
(`shell-pushd-dextract'), and only add directories to the directory
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