Commit e90c2176 authored by Lars Ingebrigtsen's avatar Lars Ingebrigtsen

Add missing skeleton entries in autotype.texi

* doc/misc/autotype.texi: Add missing entries found in the doc
string to `skeleton-insert' (bug#12563).
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......@@ -240,7 +240,11 @@ alignment. Use @code{"\n"} as the first or last string element of a
skeleton to insert a newline unconditionally.
@item @code{_}
Interesting point. When wrapping skeletons around successive regions, they are
put at these places. Point is left at first @code{_} where nothing is wrapped.
put at these places. Point is left at first @code{_} where nothing is
@item @code{-}
Interesting point with no inter-region interaction; overrides
interesting point set by @code{_}.
@item @code{>}
Indent line according to major mode. When following element is @code{_}, and
there is an interregion that will be wrapped here, indent that interregion.
......@@ -250,6 +254,8 @@ something, do following element.
@item @code{|}
Logical xor. If preceding element didn't move point, i.e., usually inserted
nothing, do following element.
@item @code{@@}
Add position to @code{skeleton-positions}.
@item @code{-@var{number}}
Delete preceding number characters. Depends on value of
......@@ -275,6 +281,10 @@ prompt is a lisp-expression that returns successive list-elements.
@item @code{resume:}
Ignored. Execution resumes here if the user quits during skeleton
@item @code{help}
Help form during interaction with the user or @code{nil}.
@item @code{input}
Initial input (a string or a cons with index) while reading the input.
@item @code{quit}
A constant which is non-@code{nil} when the @code{resume:} section was entered
because the user quit.
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