Commit fb90f46f authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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......@@ -7230,13 +7230,16 @@ deletes all frames except the selected one (and its minibuffer frame,
if different)." t nil)
 
(autoload 'desktop-save "desktop" "\
Save the desktop in a desktop file.
Parameter DIRNAME specifies where to save the desktop file.
Optional parameter RELEASE says whether we're done with this
desktop. If ONLY-IF-CHANGED is non-nil, compare the current
desktop information to that in the desktop file, and if the
desktop information has not changed since it was last saved then
do not rewrite the file.
Save the state of Emacs in a desktop file in directory DIRNAME.
Optional argument RELEASE non-nil says we're done with this
desktop, in which case this function releases the lock of the
desktop file in DIRNAME.
If ONLY-IF-CHANGED is non-nil, compare the current desktop
information to that in the desktop file, and if the desktop
information has not changed since it was last saved, then do
not rewrite the file.
To restore the desktop, use `desktop-read'.
 
This function can save the desktop in either format version
208 (which only Emacs 25.1 and later can read) or version
......@@ -7246,14 +7249,20 @@ it was last saved, or version 208 when writing a fresh desktop
file.
 
To upgrade a version 206 file to version 208, call this command
explicitly with a bare prefix argument: C-u M-x desktop-save.
You are recommended to do this once you have firmly upgraded to
Emacs 25.1 (or later). To downgrade a version 208 file to version
206, use a double command prefix: C-u C-u M-x desktop-save.
Confirmation will be requested in either case. In a non-interactive
call, VERSION can be given as an integer, either 206 or 208, which
will be accepted as the format version in which to save the file
without further confirmation.
explicitly with a prefix argument: \\[universal-argument] \\[desktop-save].
If you are upgrading from Emacs 24 or older, we recommed to do
this once you decide you no longer need compatibility with versions
of Emacs before 25.1.
To downgrade a version 208 file to version 206, use a double prefix
argument: \\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument] \\[desktop-save].
Emacs will ask for confirmation when you upgrade or downgrade your
desktop file.
In a non-interactive call, VERSION can be given as an integer, either
206 or 208, to specify the format version in which to save the file,
no questions asked.
 
\(fn DIRNAME &optional RELEASE ONLY-IF-CHANGED VERSION)" t nil)
 
......@@ -7839,6 +7848,7 @@ it if ARG is `toggle'; disable the mode otherwise.
To change the position of the column displayed by default
customize `display-fill-column-indicator-column'. You can change the
character for the indicator setting `display-fill-column-indicator-character'.
See Info node `Displaying Boundaries' for details.
 
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
 
......@@ -12442,11 +12452,16 @@ operating on the next file and nil otherwise.
 
(autoload 'fileloop-initialize-replace "fileloop" "\
Initialize a new round of query&replace on several files.
FROM is a regexp and TO is the replacement to use.
FILES describes the file, as in `fileloop-initialize'.
CASE-FOLD can be t, nil, or `default', the latter one meaning to obey
the default setting of `case-fold-search'.
DELIMITED if non-nil means replace only word-delimited matches.
FROM is a regexp and TO is the replacement to use.
FILES describes the files, as in `fileloop-initialize'.
CASE-FOLD can be t, nil, or `default':
if it is nil, matching of FROM is case-sensitive.
if it is t, matching of FROM is case-insensitive, except
when `search-upper-case' is non-nil and FROM includes
upper-case letters.
if it is `default', the function uses the value of
`case-fold-search' instead.
DELIMITED if non-nil means replace only word-delimited matches.
 
\(fn FROM TO FILES CASE-FOLD &optional DELIMITED)" nil nil)
 
......@@ -13024,9 +13039,10 @@ generated it.
 
(autoload 'flymake-make-diagnostic "flymake" "\
Make a Flymake diagnostic for BUFFER's region from BEG to END.
TYPE is a key to symbol and TEXT is a description of the problem
detected in this region. DATA is any object that the caller
wishes to attach to the created diagnostic for later retrieval.
TYPE is a diagnostic symbol and TEXT is string describing the
problem detected in this region. DATA is any object that the
caller wishes to attach to the created diagnostic for later
retrieval.
 
OVERLAY-PROPERTIES is an alist of properties attached to the
created diagnostic, overriding the default properties and any
......@@ -15989,7 +16005,10 @@ or add (global-hi-lock-mode 1) to your init file.
In buffers where Font Lock mode is enabled, patterns are
highlighted using font lock. In buffers where Font Lock mode is
disabled, patterns are applied using overlays; in this case, the
highlighting will not be updated as you type.
highlighting will not be updated as you type. The Font Lock mode
is considered \"enabled\" in a buffer if its `major-mode'
causes `font-lock-specified-p' to return non-nil, which means
the major mode specifies support for Font Lock.
 
When Hi Lock mode is enabled, a \"Regexp Highlighting\" submenu
is added to the \"Edit\" menu. The commands in the submenu,
......@@ -16092,7 +16111,10 @@ If SUBEXP is omitted or nil, the entire REGEXP is highlighted.
 
Use Font lock mode, if enabled, to highlight REGEXP. Otherwise,
use overlays for highlighting. If overlays are used, the
highlighting will not update as you type.
highlighting will not update as you type. The Font Lock mode
is considered \"enabled\" in a buffer if its `major-mode'
causes `font-lock-specified-p' to return non-nil, which means
the major mode specifies support for Font Lock.
 
\(fn REGEXP &optional FACE SUBEXP)" t nil)
 
......@@ -16109,7 +16131,10 @@ letters case-insensitive, before highlighting with `hi-lock-set-pattern'.
 
Use Font lock mode, if enabled, to highlight REGEXP. Otherwise,
use overlays for highlighting. If overlays are used, the
highlighting will not update as you type.
highlighting will not update as you type. The Font Lock mode
is considered \"enabled\" in a buffer if its `major-mode'
causes `font-lock-specified-p' to return non-nil, which means
the major mode specifies support for Font Lock.
 
\(fn REGEXP &optional FACE)" t nil)
 
......@@ -16122,7 +16147,10 @@ unless you use a prefix argument.
Uses `find-tag-default-as-symbol-regexp' to retrieve the symbol at point.
 
This uses Font lock mode if it is enabled; otherwise it uses overlays,
in which case the highlighting will not update as you type." t nil)
in which case the highlighting will not update as you type. The Font
Lock mode is considered \"enabled\" in a buffer if its `major-mode'
causes `font-lock-specified-p' to return non-nil, which means
the major mode specifies support for Font Lock." t nil)
 
(defalias 'unhighlight-regexp 'hi-lock-unface-buffer)
 
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