Commit 151d9088 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Fix bug #13292 with use of @var in @def.. commands in ELisp manual.

 doc/lispref/functions.texi (Declare Form):
 doc/lispref/intro.texi (A Sample Function Description):
 doc/lispref/syntax.texi (Syntax Table Internals, Syntax Table Functions):
 doc/lispref/variables.texi (Using Lexical Binding): Don't use @var or CAPS
 in @def.. commands.
parent 3ee24a3b
2012-12-29 Wolfgang Jenkner <wjenkner@inode.at>
* functions.texi (Declare Form):
* intro.texi (A Sample Function Description):
* syntax.texi (Syntax Table Internals, Syntax Table Functions):
* variables.texi (Using Lexical Binding): Don't use @var or CAPS
in @def.. commands. (Bug#13292)
2012-12-27 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* files.texi (File Names): Mention Cygwin conversion functions.
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......@@ -1266,7 +1266,7 @@ obsolete, or giving its forms a special @key{TAB} indentation
convention in Emacs Lisp mode.
@anchor{Definition of declare}
@defmac declare @var{specs}@dots{}
@defmac declare specs@dots{}
This macro ignores its arguments and evaluates to @code{nil}; it has
no run-time effect. However, when a @code{declare} form occurs in the
@var{declare} argument of a @code{defun} or @code{defsubst} function
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......@@ -408,7 +408,7 @@ stands for zero or more arguments. Parentheses are used when several
arguments are grouped into additional levels of list structure. Here
is an example:
@defspec count-loop (@var{var} [@var{from} @var{to} [@var{inc}]]) @var{body}@dots{}
@defspec count-loop (var [from to [inc]]) body@dots{}
This imaginary special form implements a loop that executes the
@var{body} forms and then increments the variable @var{var} on each
iteration. On the first iteration, the variable has the value
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......@@ -506,7 +506,7 @@ This function returns the current syntax table, which is the table for
the current buffer.
@end defun
@defmac with-syntax-table @var{table} @var{body}@dots{}
@defmac with-syntax-table table body@dots{}
This macro executes @var{body} using @var{table} as the current syntax
table. It returns the value of the last form in @var{body}, after
restoring the old current syntax table.
......@@ -998,7 +998,7 @@ corresponds to each syntax flag.
@samp{4} @tab @code{(lsh 1 19)}
@end multitable
@defun string-to-syntax @var{desc}
@defun string-to-syntax desc
Given a syntax descriptor @var{desc} (a string), this function returns
the corresponding raw syntax descriptor.
@end defun
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......@@ -1057,7 +1057,7 @@ variables}. Every variable that has been defined with @code{defvar},
(@pxref{Defining Variables}). All other variables are subject to
lexical binding.
@defun special-variable-p SYMBOL
@defun special-variable-p symbol
This function returns non-@code{nil} if @var{symbol} is a special
variable (i.e., it has a @code{defvar}, @code{defcustom}, or
@code{defconst} variable definition). Otherwise, the return value is
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