* dired.texi (Subdirectories in Dired): Clarify the `C-u k'

doesn't actually delete any files (bug#7125).
parent 28ee97c7
2011-07-02 Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus.org>
* dired.texi (Subdirectories in Dired): Clarify the `C-u k'
doesn't actually delete any files (bug#7125).
* picture-xtra.texi (Rectangles in Picture): Clarify the prefix
argument for `C-c C-k' (bug#7391).
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......@@ -984,8 +984,9 @@ to the parent directory in the same Dired buffer.
Use the @kbd{l} command (@code{dired-do-redisplay}) to update the
subdirectory's contents. Use @kbd{C-u k} on the subdirectory header
line to delete the subdirectory (@pxref{Dired Updating}). You can also
hide and show inserted subdirectories (@pxref{Hiding Subdirectories}).
line to remove the subdirectory listing (@pxref{Dired Updating}). You
can also hide and show inserted subdirectories (@pxref{Hiding
Subdirectories}).
@ifnottex
@include dired-xtra.texi
......@@ -1145,9 +1146,9 @@ current file as a last resort.
If you use @kbd{k} with a numeric prefix argument to kill the line
for a file that is a directory, which you have inserted in the Dired
buffer as a subdirectory, it deletes that subdirectory from the buffer
as well. Typing @kbd{C-u k} on the header line for a subdirectory
also deletes the subdirectory from the Dired buffer.
buffer as a subdirectory, it removed that subdirectory line from the
buffer as well. Typing @kbd{C-u k} on the header line for a
subdirectory also removes the subdirectory line from the Dired buffer.
The @kbd{g} command brings back any individual lines that you have
killed in this way, but not subdirectories---you must use @kbd{i} to
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