Commit f7704e26 authored by Chong Yidong's avatar Chong Yidong

* processes.texi (Network Processes): Document seqpacket type.

parent 901c830b
2010-03-21 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* processes.texi (Network Processes): Document seqpacket type.
2010-03-06 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com> 2010-03-06 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* objects.texi (Integer Type): Take note of the read syntax * objects.texi (Integer Type): Take note of the read syntax
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...@@ -2059,7 +2059,8 @@ necessary to make it unique. ...@@ -2059,7 +2059,8 @@ necessary to make it unique.
@item :type @var{type} @item :type @var{type}
Specify the communication type. A value of @code{nil} specifies a Specify the communication type. A value of @code{nil} specifies a
stream connection (the default); @code{datagram} specifies a datagram stream connection (the default); @code{datagram} specifies a datagram
connection. Both connections and servers can be of either type. connection; @code{seqpacket} specifies a ``sequenced packet stream''
connection. Both connections and servers can be of these types.
@item :server @var{server-flag} @item :server @var{server-flag}
If @var{server-flag} is non-@code{nil}, create a server. Otherwise, If @var{server-flag} is non-@code{nil}, create a server. Otherwise,
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...@@ -335,22 +335,17 @@ displayed in the *vc-dir* header, shelves can be created, removed and applied. ...@@ -335,22 +335,17 @@ displayed in the *vc-dir* header, shelves can be created, removed and applied.
are stripped when copying text from the ChangeLog to the *VC-Log* buffer. are stripped when copying text from the ChangeLog to the *VC-Log* buffer.
** Elint ** Elint
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*** Elint now uses compilation-mode. *** Elint now uses compilation-mode.
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*** Elint can now scan individual files and whole directories, *** Elint can now scan individual files and whole directories,
and can be run in batch mode. and can be run in batch mode.
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*** Elint does a more thorough initialization, and recognizes more built-in *** Elint does a more thorough initialization, and recognizes more built-in
functions and variables. Customize `elint-scan-preloaded' if you want functions and variables. Customize `elint-scan-preloaded' if you want
to sacrifice some accuracy for a faster startup. to sacrifice some accuracy for a faster startup.
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*** Elint attempts some basic understanding of featurep and (f)boundp tests. *** Elint attempts some basic understanding of featurep and (f)boundp tests.
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*** Customize `elint-ignored-warnings' to suppress some warnings. *** Customize `elint-ignored-warnings' to suppress some warnings.
...@@ -373,19 +368,16 @@ the specified regexp. Interactively `multi-isearch-files' and ...@@ -373,19 +368,16 @@ the specified regexp. Interactively `multi-isearch-files' and
`multi-isearch-files-regexp' read file names to search, one by one, `multi-isearch-files-regexp' read file names to search, one by one,
ended with RET. With a prefix argument, they ask for a wildcard, and ended with RET. With a prefix argument, they ask for a wildcard, and
search in file buffers whose file names match the specified wildcard. search in file buffers whose file names match the specified wildcard.
+++ +++
*** Autorevert Tail mode now works also for remote files. *** Autorevert Tail mode now works also for remote files.
+++ +++
*** The new built-in commands `su' and `sudo' support Tramp. *** The new built-in commands `su' and `sudo' support Tramp.
That means, they change `default-directory' to the new users value, That means, they change `default-directory' to the new users value,
and let commands run under that user permissions. It works even when and let commands run under that user permissions. It works even when
`default-directory' is already remote. Calling the external commands `default-directory' is already remote. Calling the external commands
is possible by `*su' or `*sudo', repectively. is possible by `*su' or `*sudo', repectively.
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*** When running in a new enough xterm (newer than version 242), emacs *** When running in a new enough xterm (newer than version 242), Emacs
asks xterm what the background color is and it sets up faces asks xterm what the background color is and it sets up faces
accordingly for a dark background if needed (the current default is to accordingly for a dark background if needed (the current default is to
consider the background light). consider the background light).
...@@ -505,7 +497,6 @@ any more. ...@@ -505,7 +497,6 @@ any more.
** Changes to file-manipulation functions ** Changes to file-manipulation functions
+++ +++
*** `delete-directory' has an optional parameter RECURSIVE. *** `delete-directory' has an optional parameter RECURSIVE.
+++ +++
*** New function `copy-directory', which copies a directory recursively. *** New function `copy-directory', which copies a directory recursively.
...@@ -521,15 +512,15 @@ command's symbol. That property can hold a single binding or a list ...@@ -521,15 +512,15 @@ command's symbol. That property can hold a single binding or a list
of bindings. of bindings.
** Network and process changes ** Network and process changes
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*** start-process-shell-command and start-file-process-shell-command *** start-process-shell-command and start-file-process-shell-command
now only take a single `command' argument. now only take a single `command' argument.
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*** The variable `process-file-side-effects' shall be bound to nil, if *** The new variable `process-file-side-effects' should be set to nil
a `process-file' call does not change a remote file. By this, file if a `process-file' call does not change a remote file. This allows
name handlers like Tramp can apply optimizations. file name handlers such as Tramp to optimizations.
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*** make-network-socket can now also create `seqpacket' Unix sockets. *** make-network-process can now also create `seqpacket' Unix sockets.
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