Commit f74ab964 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

; Spelling and grammar fixes.

parent 42f9dc44
......@@ -26364,7 +26364,7 @@
(verilog-calc-1): Detect 'pure virtual method' declarations which
exist in abstract classes. Reported by Enzo Chi and Kaushal Modi.
(verilog-backward-ws&directives): When moving back to the start of
a line and the preceeding line ended with an escaped-newline, then
a line and the preceding line ended with an escaped-newline, then
jump up one line. This properly consumes a multi-line
pre-processor directive. Reported by Kaushal Modi.
(verilog-dpi-import-export-re, verilog-extended-complete-re)
......@@ -9905,7 +9905,7 @@
* lisp/man.el (Man-see-also-regexp): Add support for SEE ALSO
section detection in several langages: French, German, Spanish,
Portugese, Italian, Polish, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese. (Bug#28142)
Portuguese, Italian, Polish, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese. (Bug#28142)
2017-08-26 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
......@@ -3124,12 +3124,11 @@ machines, but will fail if the machine's arithmetic is extremely
unusual, e.g., decimal.
@end defun
Since true Common Lisp supports up to four different floating-point
precisions, it has families of constants like
Since true Common Lisp supports up to four different kinds of floating-point
numbers, it has families of constants like
@code{most-positive-single-float}, @code{most-positive-double-float},
@code{most-positive-long-float}, and so on. Emacs has only one
floating-point precision, so this package omits the precision word
from the constants' names.
kind of floating-point number, so this package just uses single constants.
@defvar cl-most-positive-float
This constant equals the largest value a Lisp float can hold.
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......@@ -3506,7 +3506,7 @@
(sgml-beginning-of-tag, sgml-value): New functions.
(html-*): All these functions and variables are new.
Mostly they parametrize everything preceding.
Mostly they parameterize everything preceding.
* autoinsert.el (auto-insert-alist): For html-mode, use `sgml-tag'.
......
......@@ -1399,7 +1399,7 @@
(setq offset (- offset #x80)))
((eq bytedecomp-op 'byte-switch)
(cl-assert (hash-table-p last-constant) nil
"byte-switch used without preceeding hash table")
"byte-switch used without preceding hash table")
;; We cannot use the original hash table referenced in the op,
;; so we create a copy of it, and replace the addresses with
;; TAGs.
......
......@@ -2576,7 +2576,7 @@ comment at the start of cc-engine.el for more info."
;; or the car of the list is the "position element" of ELT, the position
;; where ELT is valid.
;;
;; POINT is left at the postition for which the returned state is valid. It
;; POINT is left at the position for which the returned state is valid. It
;; will be either the position element of ELT, or one character before
;; that. (The latter happens in Emacs <= 25 and XEmacs, when ELT indicates
;; its position element directly follows a potential first character of a
......@@ -2647,7 +2647,7 @@ comment at the start of cc-engine.el for more info."
((nth 3 state) ; A string
(list (point) (nth 3 state) (nth 8 state)))
((and (nth 4 state) ; A comment
(not (eq (nth 7 state) 'syntax-table))) ; but not a psuedo comment.
(not (eq (nth 7 state) 'syntax-table))) ; but not a pseudo comment.
(list (point)
(if (eq (nth 7 state) 1) 'c++ 'c)
(nth 8 state)))
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