Commit 309d39b8 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

A few more minor quoting fixes in a script and a text file

parent e56096db
......@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ BYTE_COMPILE_FLAGS = $(BIG_STACK_OPTS) \
# Files to compile before others during a bootstrap. This is done to
# speed up the bootstrap process. They're ordered by size, so we use
# the slowest-compiler on the smallest file and move to larger files as the
# compiler gets faster. `autoload.elc' comes last because it is not used by
# compiler gets faster. 'autoload.elc' comes last because it is not used by
# the compiler (so its compilation does not speed up subsequent compilations),
# it's only placed here so as to speed up generation of the loaddefs.el file.
......@@ -272,22 +272,22 @@ $(THEFILE)c:
compile-first: $(COMPILE_FIRST)
# In `compile-main' we could directly do
# In 'compile-main' we could directly do
# ... | xargs $(MAKE)
# and it works, but it generates a lot of messages like
# make[2]: gnus/gnus-mlspl.elc is up to date.
# so instead, we use "xargs echo" to split the list of file into manageable
# chunks and then use an intermediate `compile-targets' target so the
# chunks and then use an intermediate 'compile-targets' target so the
# actual targets (the .elc files) are not mentioned as targets on the
# make command line.
.PHONY: compile-targets
# TARGETS is set dynamically in the recursive call from `compile-main'.
# TARGETS is set dynamically in the recursive call from 'compile-main'.
compile-targets: $(TARGETS)
# Compile all the Elisp files that need it. Beware: it approximates
# `no-byte-compile', so watch out for false-positives!
# 'no-byte-compile', so watch out for false-positives!
compile-main: leim semantic compile-clean
@(cd $(lisp) && \
els=`echo "${SUBDIRS_REL} " | sed -e 's|/\./|/|g' -e 's|/\. | |g' -e 's| |/*.el |g'`; \
......@@ -326,7 +326,7 @@ semantic:
compile: $(LOADDEFS) autoloads compile-first
$(MAKE) compile-main
# Compile all Lisp files. This is like `compile' but compiles files
# Compile all Lisp files. This is like 'compile' but compiles files
# unconditionally. Some files don't actually get compiled because they
# set the local variable no-byte-compile.
compile-always:
......
......@@ -6,8 +6,7 @@ files are architecture-independent.
The term subdirectory contains Lisp files that customize Emacs for
certain terminal types. When Emacs starts, it checks the TERM
environment variable to get the terminal type and loads
`term/${TERM}.el' if it exists.
'term/${TERM}.el' if it exists.
The other subdirectories hold Lisp packages grouped by their general
purpose.
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