Commit fbb764b8 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

* lisp/ido.el (ido-use-virtual-buffers): Doc fix.

Reset :version, since the default value has not changed.

* etc/NEWS: Related edits.
parent da942af1
......@@ -558,11 +558,17 @@ will revert to the old behavior.
** Ido
*** Ido has a manual now.
+++
*** An Ido user manual is now included.
*** `ido-use-virtual-buffers' takes a new value 'auto.
---
*** The option `ido-use-virtual-buffers' can now take the value `auto'.
This means to use virtual buffers if the current ido input does not match
an existing buffer.
*** `ido-decorations' has been slightly extended to give a bit more control.
---
*** The variable `ido-decorations' can optionally have two new elements,
which are the brackets to use around the sole remaining completion.
** Image mode
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2014-01-31 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* ido.el (ido-use-virtual-buffers): Doc fix.
Reset :version, since the default value has not changed.
* register.el (register-preview-delay, register-read-with-preview):
Doc fixes.
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......@@ -795,13 +795,11 @@ remaining completion. If absent, elements 5 and 6 are used instead."
:group 'ido)
(defcustom ido-use-virtual-buffers nil
"Specify how virtual buffers should be used.
The value can be one of the following:
nil: No virtual buffers are used.
auto: Use virtual buffers when the current input matches no
existing buffers.
"If non-nil, refer to past (\"virtual\") buffers as well as existing ones.
The options are:
nil: Do not use virtual buffers.
t: Always use virtual buffers.
auto: Use virtual buffers if the current input matches no existing buffer.
Essentially it works as follows: Say you are visiting a file and
the buffer gets cleaned up by midnight.el. Later, you want to
......@@ -811,10 +809,11 @@ the `ido-virtual' face, and always at the end), and if you select
it, it opens the file back up again. This allows you to think
less about whether recently opened files are still open or not.
Most of the time you can quit Emacs, restart, and then switch to
a file buffer that was previously open as if it still were. This
feature relies upon the `recentf' package, which will be enabled
if this variable is configured to a non-nil value."
:version "24.4"
a file buffer that was previously open as if it still were.
This feature relies upon the `recentf' package, which will be
enabled if this variable is configured to a non-nil value."
:version "24.1"
:type '(choice (const :tag "Always" t)
(const :tag "Automatic" auto)
(const :tag "Never" nil))
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