Commit e0535b76 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

url.texi doc fix for bug#6038.

* doc/misc/url.texi (Dealing with HTTP documents): Remove reference to
function url-decode-text-part; never seems to have existed in any version.
parent fb532fe8
2011-03-03 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* url.texi (Dealing with HTTP documents): Remove reference to
function url-decode-text-part; never seems to have existed. (Bug#6038)
2011-03-02 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* dired-x.texi (Multiple Dired Directories): Remove mentions
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......@@ -383,20 +383,7 @@ Currently this is just the raw header contents.
HTTP URLs are retrieved into a buffer containing the HTTP headers
followed by the body. Since the headers are quasi-MIME, they may be
processed using the MIME library. @xref{Top,, Emacs MIME,
emacs-mime, The Emacs MIME Manual}. The URL package provides a
function to do this in general:
@defun url-decode-text-part handle &optional coding
This function decodes charset-encoded text in the current buffer. In
Emacs, the buffer is expected to be unibyte initially and is set to
multibyte after decoding.
HANDLE is the MIME handle of the original part. CODING is an explicit
coding to use, overriding what the MIME headers specify.
The coding system used for the decoding is returned.
Note that this function doesn't deal with @samp{http-equiv} charset
specifications in HTML @samp{<meta>} elements.
@end defun
emacs-mime, The Emacs MIME Manual}.
@node file/ftp
@section file and ftp
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