Commit f68eb991 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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(Coding Systems): Don't mention codepage-setup.

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2008-09-30 Eli Zaretskii <>
* mule.texi (Coding Systems): Don't mention codepage-setup.
* msdog-xtra.texi (MS-DOS Printing, MS-DOS and MULE): No need to create
cpNNN coding systems anymore.
(MS-DOS and MULE): Don't mention code-pages.el. Don't mention support
for unibyte mode. Don't mention line-drawing characters. Don't
mention dos-unsupported-char-glyph.
2008-09-25 Chong Yidong <>
* search.texi (Search): Shorten introduction.
......@@ -711,16 +711,7 @@ MS-DOS software. The names of these coding systems are
codepage. You can use these encodings just like any other coding
system; for example, to visit a file encoded in codepage 850, type
@kbd{C-x @key{RET} c cp850 @key{RET} C-x C-f @var{filename}
In the MS-DOS port of Emacs, you need to create a @code{cp@var{nnn}}
coding system with @kbd{M-x codepage-setup}, before you can use it.
@xref{MS-DOS and MULE,,,emacs-extra,Specialized Emacs Features}.
@end iftex
@xref{MS-DOS and MULE}.
@end ifnottex
In addition to converting various representations of non-@acronym{ASCII}
characters, a coding system can perform end-of-line conversion. Emacs
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