Commit e4021ec1 authored by Stefan Monnier's avatar Stefan Monnier
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* strings.texi (String Conversion): Don't mention string-make-(uni|multi)byte.

* nonascii.texi (Converting Representations): Fix up range.
* keymaps.texi (Key Binding Commands): Update code point, avoid
"unibyte character" and remove mention of unibyte bindings.

Fixes: debbugs:8262
parent e6ce307c
2011-03-16 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* strings.texi (String Conversion): Don't mention
string-make-(uni|multi)byte (bug#8262).
* nonascii.texi (Converting Representations): Fix up range.
* keymaps.texi (Key Binding Commands): Update code point, avoid
"unibyte character" and remove mention of unibyte bindings.
2011-03-07 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* Version 23.3 released.
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......@@ -1707,15 +1707,11 @@ or
@noindent
and your language environment is multibyte Latin-1, these commands
actually bind the multibyte character with code 2294, not the unibyte
Latin-1 character with code 246 (@kbd{M-v}). In order to use this
binding, you need to enter the multibyte Latin-1 character as keyboard
input. One way to do this is by using an appropriate input method
(@pxref{Input Methods, , Input Methods, emacs, The GNU Emacs Manual}).
If you want to use a unibyte character in the key binding, you can
construct the key sequence string using @code{multibyte-char-to-unibyte}
or @code{string-make-unibyte} (@pxref{Converting Representations}).
actually bind the multibyte character with code 246, not the byte
code 246 (@kbd{M-v}) sent by a Latin-1 terminal. In order to use this
binding, you need to teach Emacs how to decode the keyboard by using an
appropriate input method (@pxref{Input Methods, , Input Methods, emacs, The GNU
Emacs Manual}).
@deffn Command global-set-key key binding
This function sets the binding of @var{key} in the current global map
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......@@ -171,7 +171,7 @@ acceptable because the buffer's representation is a choice made by the
user that cannot be overridden automatically.
Converting unibyte text to multibyte text leaves @acronym{ASCII}
characters unchanged, and converts bytes with codes 128 through 159 to
characters unchanged, and converts bytes with codes 128 through 255 to
the multibyte representation of raw eight-bit bytes.
Converting multibyte text to unibyte converts all @acronym{ASCII}
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......@@ -555,8 +555,8 @@ strings and integers. @code{format} (@pxref{Formatting Strings}) and
@code{prin1-to-string} (@pxref{Output Functions}) can also convert
Lisp objects into strings. @code{read-from-string} (@pxref{Input
Functions}) can ``convert'' a string representation of a Lisp object
into an object. The functions @code{string-make-multibyte} and
@code{string-make-unibyte} convert the text representation of a string
into an object. The functions @code{string-to-multibyte} and
@code{string-to-unibyte} convert the text representation of a string
(@pxref{Converting Representations}).
@xref{Documentation}, for functions that produce textual descriptions
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