Commit e68b393e authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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* minibuf.texi (Minibuffer History, Basic Completion): Tweak page breaks.

parent 3e1a3a00
2012-05-05 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* minibuf.texi (Minibuffer History, Basic Completion):
Tweak page breaks.
* internals.texi (Garbage Collection, Memory Usage)
(Writing Emacs Primitives): Tweak page breaks.
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......@@ -513,8 +513,7 @@ duplicates, and to add @var{newelt} to the list even if it is empty.
If the value of this variable is @code{nil}, standard functions that
read from the minibuffer don't add new elements to the history list.
This lets Lisp programs explicitly manage input history by using
@code{add-to-history}. By default, @code{history-add-new-input} is
non-@code{nil}.
@code{add-to-history}. The default value is @code{t}.
@end defvar
@defopt history-length
......@@ -697,7 +696,7 @@ You can also use a function as @var{collection}. Then the function is
solely responsible for performing completion; @code{try-completion}
returns whatever this function returns. The function is called with
three arguments: @var{string}, @var{predicate} and @code{nil} (the
reason for the third argument is so that the same function can be used
third argument is so that the same function can be used
in @code{all-completions} and do the appropriate thing in either
case). @xref{Programmed Completion}.
......@@ -720,8 +719,8 @@ handle @code{completion-regexp-list} itself.)
In the first of the following examples, the string @samp{foo} is
matched by three of the alist @sc{car}s. All of the matches begin with
the characters @samp{fooba}, so that is the result. In the second
example, there is only one possible match, and it is exact, so the value
is @code{t}.
example, there is only one possible match, and it is exact, so the
return value is @code{t}.
@smallexample
@group
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