Commit 433407d8 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

* etc/TODO: Minor quoting and grammar fixes.

parent 0d60bfc4
......@@ -679,25 +679,25 @@ from the emacsclient process.
This sections contains features found in other official Emacs ports.
**** Support for "xwidget"
**** Support for xwidgets
Emacs 25 has support for "xwidgets", a system to include operating
Emacs 25 has support for xwidgets, a system to include operating
system components into an Emacs buffer. The components range from
simple buttons to "webkit" (effectively, a web browser).
simple buttons to webkit (effectively, a web browser).
Currently, "xwidget" only works for the "gtk+" framework but it is
Currently, xwidgets works only for the gtk+ framework but it is
designed to be compatible with multiple Emacs ports.
**** Respect `frame-inhibit-implied-resize'
**** Respect 'frame-inhibit-implied-resize'
When the variable `frame-inhibit-implied-resize' is non-nil, frames
When the variable 'frame-inhibit-implied-resize' is non-nil, frames
should not be resized when operations like changing font or toggling
the tool bar is performed.
Unfortunately, the tool bar (and possible other operations) always
resize the frame.
**** Support `proced' (implement `process-attributes')
**** Support 'proced' (implement 'process-attributes')
Unfortunately, a user-level process like Emacs does not have the
privileges to get information about other processes under OS X.
......@@ -711,7 +711,7 @@ There are other ways to do this:
3) Ask the user to self-sign Emacs, if this feature is of interest.
Anders Lindgren <andlind@gmail.com> has implemented
`process-attributes' for OS X, which currently only work when
'process-attributes' for OS X, which currently only work when
running Emacs as root.
See this article by Bozhidar Batsov for an overview of Proced:
......@@ -775,7 +775,7 @@ The "mac" port provides smooth, pixel-based, scrolling. This is a very
popular features. However, there are drawbacks to this method: what
happens if only a fraction of a line is visible at the top of a
window, is the partially visible text considered part of the window or
not? (Technically, what should `window-start' return.)
not? (Technically, what should 'window-start' return.)
An alternative would be to make one-line scrolling the default on NS
(or in Emacs in general).
......@@ -785,8 +785,8 @@ implemented in Emacs for a free system.
**** Mouse gestures
The "mac" port defines the gestures `swipe-left/right/up/down',
`magnify-up/down', and `rotate-left/right'.
The "mac" port defines the gestures 'swipe-left/right/up/down',
'magnify-up/down', and 'rotate-left/right'.
It also binds the magnification commands to change the font
size. (This should be not be done in a specific interface, instead
......@@ -865,12 +865,13 @@ all build versions.
**** Incorrect translation of Super modifier with Ctrl or Meta on OS X
When pressing `M-s-a', Emacs replies "M-s-å is undefined". What
When pressing 'M-s-a', Emacs replies "M-s-å is undefined". What
happened is a mix of Emacs view that Meta and Super has been pressed,
and OS X view that ALT-a should yield "å".
and OS X view that ALT-a should yield "å" (U+00E5 LATIN SMALL LETTER A
WITH RING ABOVE).
The bug reports suggests two different patched, unfortunately, none
work properly. For example:
The bug reports suggest two different patches; unfortunately, neither
works properly. For example:
Use a Swedish keyboard layout
......@@ -878,7 +879,7 @@ work properly. For example:
"CMD-ALT-9"
Today, this correctly yields that s-] is undefined. With the either
Today, this correctly yields that s-] is undefined. With either
of the two patches, Emacs responds that s-9 was pressed.
More investigation is needed to fix this problem.
......@@ -902,7 +903,7 @@ between the lower edge of the frame and the lower edge of the screen).
A better solution would be for the frame to retain its size,
i.e. change the text area.
This is related to the `frame-inhibit-implied-resize' issue.
This is related to the 'frame-inhibit-implied-resize' issue.
**** The event loop does not redraw.
A problem is that redraw don't happen during resize,
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