Commit e7c210cc authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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*** empty log message ***

parent ebad92dc
2001-12-02 Richard M. Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* files.el (insert-directory): If the df output does not look right,
don't try to use it. Other cleanups in overall code structure.
2001-12-02 Pavel Jan,Bm(Bk <Pavel@Janik.cz>
 
* textmodes/reftex-index.el (reftex-index-mode): Remove
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......@@ -288,22 +288,21 @@ the beginning of the paragraph that surrounds or follows point, and
puts the mark at the end of that paragraph (@pxref{Paragraphs}). It
prepares the region so you can indent, case-convert, or kill a whole
paragraph. With prefix argument, if the argument's value is positive,
@kbd{M-h} marks that many paragraphs, the paragraph surrounding point
plus some following paragraphs. If the prefix argument is negative,
@kbd{M-h} also marks that many paragraphs, but the preceding ones
instead of the following. (With a positive argument, point is put
at the beginning and mark at end, with a negative argument, point is
at end and mark at the beginning.)
@kbd{M-h} marks that many paragraphs starting with the one surrounding
point. If the prefix argument is @minus{}@var{n}, @kbd{M-h} also
marks @var{n} paragraphs, running back form the one surrounding point.
In that last case, point moves forward to the end of that paragraph,
and the mark goes at the start of the region.
@kbd{C-M-h} (@code{mark-defun}) similarly puts point before, and the
mark after, the current (or following) major top-level definition, or
defun (@pxref{Moving by Defuns}). @kbd{C-x C-p} (@code{mark-page})
puts point before the current page, and mark at the end
(@pxref{Pages}). The mark goes after the terminating page delimiter
(to include it in the region), while point goes after the preceding
page delimiter (to exclude it). A numeric argument specifies a later
page (if positive) or an earlier page (if negative) instead of the
current page.
defun (@pxref{Moving by Defuns}). (Currently it only marks one
defun.) @kbd{C-x C-p} (@code{mark-page}) puts point before the
current page, and mark at the end (@pxref{Pages}). The mark goes
after the terminating page delimiter (to include it in the region),
while point goes after the preceding page delimiter (to exclude it).
A numeric argument specifies a later page (if positive) or an earlier
page (if negative) instead of the current page.
Finally, @kbd{C-x h} (@code{mark-whole-buffer}) sets up the entire
buffer as the region, by putting point at the beginning and the mark at
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