Commit c515d4ee authored by Stefan Kangas's avatar Stefan Kangas

Remove obsolete doc references to XEmacs (Bug#37899)

* doc/misc/edt.texi (Changes, Goals):
* doc/misc/emacs-mime.texi (Charset Translation):
* doc/misc/gnus-faq.texi (FAQ 4-15):
* doc/misc/pcl-cvs.texi (Bugs):
* doc/misc/srecode.texi (SRecode Minor Mode):
* lisp/cedet/srecode/insert.el (srecode-insert-ask-variable-method):
* lisp/follow.el:
* lisp/leim/quail/ipa.el (ipa-x-sampa, ipa-kirshenbaum):
* lisp/net/newsticker.el:
* lisp/obsolete/iswitchb.el:
* lisp/progmodes/hideshow.el:
* lisp/savehist.el (savehist-file):
* lisp/vc/ediff.el: Remove obsolete references to XEmacs in doc
strings and comments.
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......@@ -169,10 +169,6 @@ restore @code{query-replace} to @kbd{GOLD-Enter}, then use an EDT user
customization file, @file{edt-user.el}, to do this
(@pxref{Customizing}).
@item
EDT Emulation now also works in XEmacs, including the highlighting of
selected text.
@item
If you access a workstation using an X Server, observe that the
initialization file generated by @file{edt-mapper.el} will now contain
......@@ -237,9 +233,6 @@ Provide support for some TPU/EVE functions not supported in EDT.
Provide an easy way to restore @strong{all} original Emacs key bindings,
just as they existed before the EDT emulation was first invoked.
@item
Support Emacs and XEmacs 19 and higher.
@item
Supports highlighting of marked text within the EDT emulation on all
platforms on which Emacs supports highlighting of marked text.
......
......@@ -996,8 +996,7 @@ used, of course.
Things are slightly more complicated when running Emacs with @sc{mule}
support. In this case, a list of the @sc{mule} charsets used in the
part is obtained, and the @sc{mule} charsets are translated to
@acronym{MIME} charsets by consulting the table provided by Emacs itself
or the variable @code{mm-mime-mule-charset-alist} for XEmacs.
@acronym{MIME} charsets by consulting the table provided by Emacs itself.
If this results in a single @acronym{MIME} charset, this is used to encode
the part. But if the resulting list of @acronym{MIME} charsets contains more
than one element, two things can happen: If it is possible to encode the
......
......@@ -1144,7 +1144,7 @@ from using them):
@example
(setq nnmail-split-methods
'(("duplicates" "^Gnus-Warning:.*duplicate")
("XEmacs-NT" "^\\(To:\\|Cc:\\).*localpart@@xemacs.invalid.*")
("Emacs-devel" "^\\(To:\\|Cc:\\).*localpart@@gnu.invalid.*")
("Gnus-Tut" "^\\(To:\\|Cc:\\).*localpart@@socha.invalid.*")
("tcsh" "^\\(To:\\|Cc:\\).*localpart@@mx.gw.invalid.*")
("BAfH" "^\\(To:\\|Cc:\\).*localpart@@.*uni-muenchen.invalid.*")
......
......@@ -1384,10 +1384,7 @@ If you find a bug or misfeature, don't hesitate to tell us!
Use @kbd{M-x report-emacs-bug} to send us a report.
You can follow the same process for feature requests.
We prefer discussing one thing at a time. If you find several unrelated
bugs, please report them separately. If you are running PCL-CVS under
XEmacs, you should also send a copy of bug reports to
the @url{http://lists.xemacs.org/mailman/listinfo/xemacs-beta,
XEmacs mailing list}.
bugs, please report them separately.
If you have problems using PCL-CVS or other questions, send them to
the @url{https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/help-gnu-emacs,
......
......@@ -330,8 +330,6 @@ Prompt in the minibuffer as the value is inserted.
Use the dictionary macro name as the inserted value,
and place a field there. Matched fields change together.
@end table
@b{NOTE}: The field feature does not yet work with XEmacs.
@end defun
Field editing mode is supported in newer versions of Emacs. You
......
......@@ -44,9 +44,7 @@ Dictionary value references that ask begin with the ? character.
Possible values are:
`ask' - Prompt in the minibuffer as the value is inserted.
`field' - Use the dictionary macro name as the inserted value,
and place a field there. Matched fields change together.
NOTE: The field feature does not yet work with XEmacs."
and place a field there. Matched fields change together."
:group 'srecode
:type '(choice (const :tag "Ask" ask)
(const :tag "Field" field)))
......
......@@ -25,8 +25,8 @@
;;; Commentary:
;; `Follow mode' is a minor mode for Emacs and XEmacs that
;; combines windows into one tall virtual window.
;; `Follow mode' is a minor mode that combines windows into one tall
;; virtual window.
;;
;; The feeling of a "virtual window" has been accomplished by the use
;; of two major techniques:
......
......@@ -122,11 +122,7 @@ allows you to type Kirshenbaum on your ASCII-capable keyboard, producing the
corresponding actual IPA characters in your editor.
See http://www.kirshenbaum.net/IPA/ascii-ipa.pdf for full details of the
transliteration.
A caveat with regard to that document; while XEmacs currently preserves
Unicode diacritics on reading and emitting them, it displays them,
incorrectly, as separate from the modified glyphs.")
transliteration.")
(quail-define-rules
("g" "ɡ") ;; Voiced velar plosive U+0261
......@@ -341,9 +337,7 @@ uses this transliteration to allow you to produce the IPA in your editor
with a keyboard that's limited to ASCII.
See http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/home/sampa/ipasam-x.pdf for a full definition
of the mapping. A caveat with regard to that document; while XEmacs
currently preserves Unicode diacritics on reading and emitting them, it
displays them, incorrectly, as separate from the modified glyphs.")
of the mapping.")
(quail-define-rules
;; Table taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-SAMPA, checked with
......@@ -446,10 +440,7 @@ displays them, incorrectly, as separate from the modified glyphs.")
("=\\" "ǂ") ;; Palatal click U+01C2
("-\\" "̮") ;; Linking mark U+032E
;; Diacritics. Note that XEmacs doesn't yet have composed characters, so we
;; can input them, but they won't display properly. If you send email using
;; them, and the recipient's client is capable, they will get through,
;; though.
;; Diacritics.
("_\"" "̈") ;; Centralized U+0308
("_+" "̟") ;; Advanced U+031F
......
......@@ -71,11 +71,6 @@
;; Requirements
;; ------------
;; Newsticker can be used with GNU Emacs version 21.1 or later as well as
;; XEmacs. It requires an XML-parser (`xml.el') which is part of GNU
;; Emacs. If you are using XEmacs you want to get the `net-utils' package
;; which contains `xml.el' for XEmacs.
;; Newsticker requires a program which can retrieve files via http and
;; prints them to stdout. By default Newsticker will use wget for this
;; task.
......
......@@ -176,9 +176,6 @@
;; iswitch for all buffer selections in Emacs, add:
;; (setq read-buffer-function #'iswitchb-read-buffer)
;; (This variable was introduced in Emacs 20.3.)
;; XEmacs users can get the same behavior by doing:
;; (defalias 'read-buffer #'iswitchb-read-buffer)
;; since `read-buffer' is defined in lisp.
;; Using iswitchb for other completion tasks.
......
......@@ -152,18 +152,11 @@
;; * Bugs
;;
;; (1) Hideshow does not work w/ emacs 18 because emacs 18 lacks the
;; function `forward-comment' (among other things). If someone
;; writes this, please send me a copy.
;;
;; (2) Sometimes `hs-headline' can become out of sync. To reset, type
;; (1) Sometimes `hs-headline' can become out of sync. To reset, type
;; `M-x hs-minor-mode' twice (that is, deactivate then re-activate
;; hideshow).
;;
;; (3) Hideshow 5.x is developed and tested on GNU Emacs 20.7.
;; XEmacs compatibility may have bitrotted since 4.29.
;;
;; (4) Some buffers can't be `byte-compile-file'd properly. This is because
;; (2) Some buffers can't be `byte-compile-file'd properly. This is because
;; `byte-compile-file' inserts the file to be compiled in a temporary
;; buffer and switches `normal-mode' on. In the case where you have
;; `hs-hide-initial-comment-block' in `hs-minor-mode-hook', the hiding of
......@@ -178,7 +171,7 @@
;; (let ((hs-minor-mode-hook nil))
;; ad-do-it))
;;
;; (5) Hideshow interacts badly with Ediff and `vc-diff'. At the moment, the
;; (3) Hideshow interacts badly with Ediff and `vc-diff'. At the moment, the
;; suggested workaround is to turn off hideshow entirely, for example:
;;
;; (add-hook 'ediff-prepare-buffer-hook #'turn-off-hideshow)
......
......@@ -85,11 +85,7 @@ minibuffer histories, such as `compile-command' or `kill-ring'."
"File name where minibuffer history is saved to and loaded from.
The minibuffer history is a series of Lisp expressions loaded
automatically when Savehist mode is turned on. See `savehist-mode'
for more details.
If you want your minibuffer history shared between Emacs and XEmacs,
customize this value and make sure that `savehist-coding-system' is
set to a coding system that exists in both emacsen."
for more details."
:type 'file)
(defcustom savehist-file-modes #o600
......
......@@ -79,8 +79,7 @@
;; 1. The undo command doesn't restore deleted regions well. That is, if
;; you delete all characters in a difference region and then invoke
;; `undo', the reinstated text will most likely be inserted outside of
;; what Ediff thinks is the current difference region. (This problem
;; doesn't seem to exist with XEmacs.)
;; what Ediff thinks is the current difference region.
;;
;; If at any point you feel that difference regions are no longer correct,
;; you can hit '!' to recompute the differences.
......
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