Commit ece9cbf7 authored by Bill Wohler's avatar Bill Wohler
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(mh-scan-good-msg-regexp, mh-scan-deleted-msg-regexp)

(mh-scan-refiled-msg-regexp, mh-scan-cur-msg-number-regexp): Sync
docstrings with manual.
parent fefc5079
2005-10-30 Bill Wohler <wohler@newt.com>
* mh-e.el (mh-scan-good-msg-regexp, mh-scan-deleted-msg-regexp)
(mh-scan-refiled-msg-regexp, mh-scan-cur-msg-number-regexp): Sync
docstrings with manual.
* mh-customize.el (mh-compose-space-does-completion-flag)
(mh-signature-separator-flag, mh-interpret-number-as-range-flag)
(mh-adaptive-cmd-note-flag): Use "Non-nil means" instead of "On
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......@@ -184,24 +184,30 @@ See also `mh-scan-cur-msg-number-regexp'.")
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the default setting of
`mh-folder-font-lock-keywords' expects this expression to contain at least one
parenthesized expression which matches the message number as in the default of
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\)[^D^0-9]\". This regular expression should be correct as
it is needed by non-fontifying functions.")
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\)[^D^0-9]\". This expression includes the leading space
within the parenthesis since it looks better to highlight it as well. This
regular expression should be correct as it is needed by non-fontifying
functions.")
(defvar mh-scan-deleted-msg-regexp "^\\( *[0-9]+\\)D"
"This regular expression matches deleted messages.
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the default setting of
`mh-folder-font-lock-keywords' expects this expression to contain at least one
parenthesized expression which matches the message number as in the default of
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\)D\". This regular expression should be correct as it is
needed by non-fontifying functions. See also `mh-note-deleted'.")
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\)D\". This expression includes the leading space within
the parenthesis since it looks better to highlight it as well. This regular
expression should be correct as it is needed by non-fontifying functions. See
also `mh-note-deleted'.")
(defvar mh-scan-refiled-msg-regexp "^\\( *[0-9]+\\)\\^"
"This regular expression matches refiled messages.
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the default setting of
`mh-folder-font-lock-keywords' expects this expression to contain at least one
parenthesized expression which matches the message number as in the default of
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\)\\\\^\". This regular expression should be correct as it
is needed by non-fontifying functions. See also `mh-note-refiled'.")
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\)\\\\^\". This expression includes the leading space
within the parenthesis since it looks better to highlight it as well. This
regular expression should be correct as it is needed by non-fontifying
functions. See also `mh-note-refiled'.")
(defvar mh-scan-valid-regexp "^ *[0-9]"
"This regular expression describes a valid scan line.
......@@ -213,8 +219,10 @@ This is used to eliminate error messages that are occasionally produced by
It must match from the beginning of the line. Note that the default setting of
`mh-folder-font-lock-keywords' expects this expression to contain at least one
parenthesized expression which matches the message number as in the default of
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\+\\\\).*\". This regular expression should be correct as
it is needed by non-fontifying functions. See also `mh-note-cur'.")
\"^\\\\( *[0-9]+\\\\+\\\\).*\". This expression includes the leading space and
current message marker \"+\" within the parenthesis since it looks better to
highlight these items as well. This regular expression should be correct as it
is needed by non-fontifying functions. See also `mh-note-cur'.")
(defvar mh-scan-date-regexp "\\([0-9][0-9]/[0-9][0-9]\\)"
"This regular expression matches a valid date.
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