Commit fc7db706 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Small doc/ fixes re @var usage.

* doc/emacs/cmdargs.texi (Misc X):
* doc/emacs/display.texi (Optional Mode Line):
* doc/emacs/misc.texi (emacsclient Options):
* doc/emacs/vc1-xtra.texi (VC Delete/Rename):
* doc/lispref/buffers.texi (Buffer List):
* doc/lispref/display.texi (Image Descriptors, Defining Images):
* doc/lispref/functions.texi (Core Advising Primitives):
Small fixes re @var usage.
parent b7529d91
2014-10-04 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* cmdargs.texi (Misc X):
* display.texi (Optional Mode Line):
* misc.texi (emacsclient Options):
* vc1-xtra.texi (VC Delete/Rename): Small fixes re @var usage.
* killing.texi (Rectangles): Copyedits re rectangle-mark-mode.
(CUA Bindings): Mention rectangle-mark-mode.
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......@@ -1106,8 +1106,8 @@ rectangle containing the frame's title.
@c Enable horizontal scroll bars. Since horizontal scroll bars
@c are not yet implemented, this actually does nothing.
@item --parent-id @var{ID}
Open Emacs as a client X window via the XEmbed protocol, with @var{ID}
@item --parent-id @var{id}
Open Emacs as a client X window via the XEmbed protocol, with @var{id}
as the parent X window id. Currently, this option is mainly useful
for developers.
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......@@ -1245,11 +1245,11 @@ Size Indication mode. The size will be displayed immediately
following the buffer percentage like this:
@example
@var{POS} of @var{SIZE}
@var{pos} of @var{size}
@end example
@noindent
Here @var{SIZE} is the human readable representation of the number of
Here @var{size} is the human readable representation of the number of
characters in the buffer, which means that @samp{k} for 10^3, @samp{M}
for 10^6, @samp{G} for 10^9, etc., are used to abbreviate.
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......@@ -1610,9 +1610,9 @@ all server buffers are finished. You can take as long as you like to
edit the server buffers within Emacs, and they are @emph{not} killed
when you type @kbd{C-x #} in them.
@item --parent-id @var{ID}
@item --parent-id @var{id}
Open an @command{emacsclient} frame as a client frame in the parent X
window with id @var{ID}, via the XEmbed protocol. Currently, this
window with id @var{id}, via the XEmbed protocol. Currently, this
option is mainly useful for developers.
@item -q
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......@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ Prompt for a file name, delete the file from the working tree, and
schedule the deletion for committing.
@item M-x vc-rename-file
Prompt for two file names, @var{VAR} and @var{OLD}, rename them in the
Prompt for two file names, @var{var} and @var{old}, rename them in the
working tree, and schedule the renaming for committing.
@end table
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2014-10-04 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* buffers.texi (Buffer List):
* display.texi (Image Descriptors, Defining Images):
* functions.texi (Core Advising Primitives): Small fixes re @var usage.
* windows.texi (Window Sizes, Resizing Windows): Copyedits.
* frames.texi (Multiple Terminals): Copyedits re multiple monitors.
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......@@ -863,7 +863,7 @@ If no suitable buffer exists, the buffer @file{*scratch*} is returned
@defun last-buffer &optional buffer visible-ok frame
This function returns the last buffer in @var{frame}'s buffer list other
than @var{BUFFER}. If @var{frame} is omitted or @code{nil}, it uses the
than @var{buffer}. If @var{frame} is omitted or @code{nil}, it uses the
selected frame's buffer list.
The argument @var{visible-ok} is handled as with @code{other-buffer},
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......@@ -4503,7 +4503,7 @@ functions to insert images into buffers.
Each image descriptor has the form @code{(image . @var{props})},
where @var{props} is a property list of alternating keyword symbols
and values, including at least the pair @code{:type @var{TYPE}} which
and values, including at least the pair @code{:type @var{type}} that
specifies the image type.
The following is a list of properties that are meaningful for all
......@@ -4995,7 +4995,7 @@ of a list of image specifications @var{specs}.
Each specification in @var{specs} is a property list with contents
depending on image type. All specifications must at least contain the
properties @code{:type @var{type}} and either @w{@code{:file @var{file}}}
or @w{@code{:data @var{DATA}}}, where @var{type} is a symbol specifying
or @w{@code{:data @var{data}}}, where @var{type} is a symbol specifying
the image type, e.g., @code{xbm}, @var{file} is the file to load the
image from, and @var{data} is a string containing the actual image data.
The first specification in the list whose @var{type} is supported, and
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......@@ -1232,7 +1232,7 @@ global value of @var{place}. Whereas if @var{place} is of the form
@code{(local @var{symbol})}, where @var{symbol} is an expression which returns
the variable name, then @var{function} will only be added in the
current buffer. Finally, if you want to modify a lexical variable, you will
have to use @code{(var @var{VARIABLE})}.
have to use @code{(var @var{variable})}.
Every function added with @code{add-function} can be accompanied by an
association list of properties @var{props}. Currently only two of those
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