Commit e873bbf9 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Doc fixes: say "PC Selection mode", not "`pc-selection-mode'".

parent 1d5c17c0
......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@
;; Eli Barzilay (eli@cs.bgu.ac.il) suggested the sexps functions and
;; keybindings.
;;
;; Ok, some details about the idea of pc-selection-mode:
;; Ok, some details about the idea of PC Selection mode:
;;
;; o The standard keys for moving around (right, left, up, down, home, end,
;; prior, next, called "move-keys" from now on) will always de-activate
......@@ -114,23 +114,23 @@ This gives mostly Emacs-like behaviour with only the selection keys enabled."
:group 'pc-select)
(defvar pc-select-saved-settings-alist nil
"The values of the variables before `pc-selection-mode' was toggled on.
When `pc-selection-mode' is toggled on, it sets quite a few variables
"The values of the variables before PC Selection mode was toggled on.
When PC Selection mode is toggled on, it sets quite a few variables
for its own purposes. This alist holds the original values of the
variables `pc-selection-mode' had set, so that these variables can be
restored to their original values when `pc-selection-mode' is toggled off.")
variables PC Selection mode had set, so that these variables can be
restored to their original values when PC Selection mode is toggled off.")
(defvar pc-select-map nil
"The keymap used as the global map when `pc-selection-mode' is on." )
"The keymap used as the global map when PC Selection mode is on." )
(defvar pc-select-saved-global-map nil
"The global map that was in effect when `pc-selection-mode' was toggled on.")
"The global map that was in effect when PC Selection mode was toggled on.")
(defvar pc-select-key-bindings-alist nil
"This alist holds all the key bindings `pc-selection-mode' sets.")
"This alist holds all the key bindings PC Selection mode sets.")
(defvar pc-select-default-key-bindings nil
"These key bindings always get set by `pc-selection-mode'.")
"These key bindings always get set by PC Selection mode.")
(unless pc-select-default-key-bindings
(let ((lst
......@@ -250,7 +250,7 @@ These key bindings get installed when running in a tty, but only if
(defvar pc-select-old-M-delete-binding nil
"Holds the old mapping of [M-delete] in the `function-key-map'.
This variable holds the value associated with [M-delete] in the
`function-key-map' before `pc-selection-mode' had changed that
`function-key-map' before PC Selection mode had changed that
association.")
;;;;
......@@ -842,7 +842,7 @@ M-LEFT and M-RIGHT move back or forward one word or sexp, disabling the mark.
S-M-LEFT and S-M-RIGHT move back or forward one word or sexp, leaving the mark
behind. To control whether these keys move word-wise or sexp-wise set the
variable `pc-select-meta-moves-sexps' after loading pc-select.el but before
turning `pc-selection-mode' on.
turning PC Selection mode on.
C-DOWN and C-UP move back or forward a paragraph, disabling the mark.
S-C-DOWN and S-C-UP move back or forward a paragraph, leaving the mark behind.
......@@ -864,7 +864,7 @@ C-INSERT copies the region into the kill ring (`copy-region-as-kill').
In addition, certain other PC bindings are imitated (to avoid this, set
the variable `pc-select-selection-keys-only' to t after loading pc-select.el
but before calling `pc-selection-mode'):
but before calling PC Selection mode):
F6 other-window
DELETE delete-char
......@@ -974,7 +974,8 @@ but before calling `pc-selection-mode'):
Change mark behaviour to emulate Motif, MAC or MS-Windows cut and paste style,
and cursor movement commands.
This mode enables Delete Selection mode and Transient Mark mode.
You must modify via \\[customize] for this variable to have an effect."
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
you must modify it using \\[customize] or \\[pc-selection-mode]."
:set (lambda (symbol value)
(pc-selection-mode (if value 1 -1)))
:initialize 'custom-initialize-default
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