Commit f8284f1e authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Fix some quoting glitches in doc strings

This also fixes a misplaced "only".
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......@@ -6864,7 +6864,7 @@ regardless of the language.")
The return value is a cons (DIR . WILDCARDS); DIR is the
`default-directory' in the Dired buffer, and WILDCARDS are the wildcards.
Valid wildcards are '*', '?', '[abc]' and '[a-z]'."
Valid wildcards are `*', `?', `[abc]' and `[a-z]'."
(let ((wildcards "[?*"))
(when (and (or (not (featurep 'ls-lisp))
ls-lisp-support-shell-wildcards)
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......@@ -622,9 +622,9 @@ START-EVENT is the starting mouse event of the drag action. Its
position window denotes the frame that will be dragged.
PART specifies the part that has been dragged and must be one of
the symbols 'left', 'top', 'right', 'bottom', 'top-left',
'top-right', 'bottom-left', 'bottom-right' to drag an internal
border or edge. If PART equals 'move', this means to move the
the symbols `left', `top', `right', `bottom', `top-left',
`top-right', `bottom-left', `bottom-right' to drag an internal
border or edge. If PART equals `move', this means to move the
frame with the mouse."
;; Give temporary modes such as isearch a chance to turn off.
(run-hooks 'mouse-leave-buffer-hook)
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......@@ -5418,7 +5418,7 @@ The default comes from `process-coding-system-alist' and
your might try undecided-dos as a coding system. If this doesn't help,
Try to set `comint-output-filter-functions' like this:
\(add-hook 'comint-output-filter-functions #\\='comint-strip-ctrl-m 'append)
\(add-hook \\='comint-output-filter-functions #\\='comint-strip-ctrl-m \\='append)
\(Type \\[describe-mode] in the SQL buffer for a list of commands.)"
(interactive "P")
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......@@ -4867,8 +4867,8 @@ Known problems:
- XEmacs: Incorrect start-up when automatically opening speedbar.
- XEmacs: Indentation in XEmacs 21.4 (and higher).
- Indentation incorrect for new 'postponed' VHDL keyword.
- Indentation incorrect for 'protected body' construct.
- Indentation incorrect for new `postponed' VHDL keyword.
- Indentation incorrect for `protected body' construct.
The VHDL Mode Authors
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......@@ -1174,7 +1174,7 @@ enabled, and `so-long-predicate' has detected that the file contains long lines.
Many Emacs modes struggle with buffers which contain excessively long lines,
and may consequently cause unacceptable performance issues.
This is commonly on account of 'minified' code (i.e. code has been compacted
This is commonly on account of \"minified\" code (i.e., code compacted
into the smallest file size possible, which often entails removing newlines
should they not be strictly necessary). These kinds of files are typically
not intended to be edited, so not providing the usual editing mode in these
......@@ -1626,9 +1626,9 @@ Equivalent to calling (global-so-long-mode 0)"
Many Emacs modes struggle with buffers which contain excessively long lines,
and may consequently cause unacceptable performance issues.
This is commonly on account of 'minified' code (i.e. code that has been
compacted into the smallest file size possible, which often entails removing
newlines should they not be strictly necessary).
This is commonly on account of \"minified\" code (i.e., code compacted into the
smallest file size possible, which often entails removing newlines should they
not be strictly necessary).
When such files are detected by `so-long-predicate', we invoke the selected
`so-long-action' to mitigate potential performance problems in the buffer.
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......@@ -838,9 +838,9 @@ destructively modifying the list stored in ALIST.
Example:
(setq foo '((a . 0)))
(setf (alist-get 'a foo) 1
(alist-get 'b foo) 2)
(setq foo \\='((a . 0)))
(setf (alist-get \\='a foo) 1
(alist-get \\='b foo) 2)
foo => ((b . 2) (a . 1))
......@@ -852,8 +852,8 @@ deleted from the alist).
Example:
(setq foo '((a . 1) (b . 2)))
(setf (alist-get 'b foo nil 'remove) nil)
(setq foo \\='((a . 1) (b . 2)))
(setf (alist-get \\='b foo nil \\='remove) nil)
foo => ((a . 1))"
(ignore remove) ;;Silence byte-compiler.
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......@@ -350,7 +350,7 @@ Also add the number of windows in the window configuration."
"Function to get a list of tabs to display in the tab bar.
This function should return a list of alists with parameters
that include at least the element (name . TAB-NAME).
For example, '((tab (name . \"Tab 1\")) (current-tab (name . \"Tab 2\")))
For example, \\='((tab (name . \"Tab 1\")) (current-tab (name . \"Tab 2\")))
By default, use function `tab-bar-tabs'.")
(defun tab-bar-tabs ()
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......@@ -2292,14 +2292,14 @@ SIDE can be any of the symbols `left', `top', `right' or
"Return window in DIRECTION as seen from WINDOW.
More precisely, return the nearest window in direction DIRECTION
as seen from the position of `window-point' in window WINDOW.
DIRECTION should be one of 'above', 'below', 'left' or 'right'.
DIRECTION should be one of `above', `below', `left' or `right'.
WINDOW must be a live window and defaults to the selected one.
Do not return a window whose 'no-other-window' parameter is
non-nil. If the nearest window's 'no-other-window' parameter is
Do not return a window whose `no-other-window' parameter is
non-nil. If the nearest window's `no-other-window' parameter is
non-nil, try to find another window in the indicated direction.
If, however, the optional argument IGNORE is non-nil, return that
window even if its 'no-other-window' parameter is non-nil.
window even if its `no-other-window' parameter is non-nil.
Optional argument SIGN a negative number means to use the right
or bottom edge of WINDOW as reference position instead of
......@@ -2308,7 +2308,7 @@ top edge of WINDOW as reference position.
Optional argument WRAP non-nil means to wrap DIRECTION around
frame borders. This means to return for WINDOW at the top of the
frame and DIRECTION 'above' the minibuffer window if the frame
frame and DIRECTION `above' the minibuffer window if the frame
has one, and a window at the bottom of the frame otherwise.
Optional argument MINI nil means to return the minibuffer window
......@@ -5058,29 +5058,29 @@ absolute value can be less than `window-min-height' or
small as one line or two columns. SIZE defaults to half of
WINDOW's size.
Optional third argument SIDE nil (or 'below') specifies that the
new window shall be located below WINDOW. SIDE 'above' means the
Optional third argument SIDE nil (or `below') specifies that the
new window shall be located below WINDOW. SIDE `above' means the
new window shall be located above WINDOW. In both cases SIZE
specifies the new number of lines for WINDOW (or the new window
if SIZE is negative) including space reserved for the mode and/or
header line.
SIDE t (or 'right') specifies that the new window shall be
located on the right side of WINDOW. SIDE 'left' means the new
SIDE t (or `right') specifies that the new window shall be
located on the right side of WINDOW. SIDE `left' means the new
window shall be located on the left of WINDOW. In both cases
SIZE specifies the new number of columns for WINDOW (or the new
window provided SIZE is negative) including space reserved for
fringes and the scrollbar or a divider column.
For compatibility reasons, SIDE 'up' and 'down' are interpreted
as 'above' and 'below'. Any other non-nil value for SIDE is
currently handled like t (or 'right').
For compatibility reasons, SIDE `up' and `down' are interpreted
as `above' and `below'. Any other non-nil value for SIDE is
currently handled like t (or `right').
PIXELWISE, if non-nil, means to interpret SIZE pixelwise.
If the variable `ignore-window-parameters' is non-nil or the
'split-window' parameter of WINDOW equals t, do not process any
parameters of WINDOW. Otherwise, if the 'split-window' parameter
`split-window' parameter of WINDOW equals t, do not process any
parameters of WINDOW. Otherwise, if the `split-window' parameter
of WINDOW specifies a function, call that function with all three
arguments and return the value returned by that function.
......@@ -6896,18 +6896,18 @@ already before that action function was called or is a new window
created by that function. ALIST is a buffer display action alist
as compiled by `display-buffer'.
TYPE must be one of the following symbols: 'reuse' (which means
TYPE must be one of the following symbols: `reuse' (which means
WINDOW existed before the call of `display-buffer' and may
already show BUFFER or not), 'window' (WINDOW was created on an
existing frame) or 'frame' (WINDOW was created on a new frame).
already show BUFFER or not), `window' (WINDOW was created on an
existing frame) or `frame' (WINDOW was created on a new frame).
TYPE is passed unaltered to `display-buffer-record-window'.
Handle WINDOW's dedicated flag as follows: If WINDOW already
shows BUFFER, leave it alone. Otherwise, if ALIST contains a
'dedicated' entry and WINDOW is either new or that entry's value
equals 'side', set WINDOW's dedicated flag to the value of that
`dedicated' entry and WINDOW is either new or that entry's value
equals `side', set WINDOW's dedicated flag to the value of that
entry. Otherwise, if WINDOW is new and the value of
'display-buffer-mark-dedicated' is non-nil, set WINDOW's
`display-buffer-mark-dedicated' is non-nil, set WINDOW's
dedicated flag to that value. In any other case, reset WINDOW's
dedicated flag to nil.
......@@ -7227,18 +7227,18 @@ Action functions and the action they try to perform are:
have `display-buffer' return nil immediately.
Action alist entries are:
'inhibit-same-window' -- A non-nil value prevents the same
`inhibit-same-window' -- A non-nil value prevents the same
window from being used for display.
'inhibit-switch-frame' -- A non-nil value prevents any frame
`inhibit-switch-frame' -- A non-nil value prevents any frame
used for showing the buffer from being raised or selected.
'reusable-frames' -- The value specifies the set of frames to
`reusable-frames' -- The value specifies the set of frames to
search for a window that already displays the buffer.
Possible values are nil (the selected frame), t (any live
frame), visible (any visible frame), 0 (any visible or
iconified frame) or an existing live frame.
'pop-up-frame-parameters' -- The value specifies an alist of
`pop-up-frame-parameters' -- The value specifies an alist of
frame parameters to give a new frame, if one is created.
'window-height' -- The value specifies the desired height of the
`window-height' -- The value specifies the desired height of the
window chosen and is either an integer (the total height of
the window), a floating point number (the fraction of its
total height with respect to the total height of the frame's
......@@ -7247,23 +7247,23 @@ Action alist entries are:
height of the window; its return value is ignored. Suitable
functions are `shrink-window-if-larger-than-buffer' and
`fit-window-to-buffer'.
'window-width' -- The value specifies the desired width of the
`window-width' -- The value specifies the desired width of the
window chosen and is either an integer (the total width of
the window), a floating point number (the fraction of its
total width with respect to the width of the frame's root
window) or a function to be called with one argument - the
chosen window. The function is supposed to adjust the width
of the window; its return value is ignored.
'preserve-size' -- The value should be either (t . nil) to
`preserve-size' -- The value should be either (t . nil) to
preserve the width of the chosen window, (nil . t) to
preserve its height or (t . t) to preserve its height and
width in future changes of the window configuration.
'window-parameters' -- The value specifies an alist of window
`window-parameters' -- The value specifies an alist of window
parameters to give the chosen window.
'allow-no-window' -- A non-nil value means that `display-buffer'
`allow-no-window' -- A non-nil value means that `display-buffer'
may not display the buffer and return nil immediately.
The entries 'window-height', 'window-width' and 'preserve-size'
The entries `window-height', `window-width' and `preserve-size'
are applied only when the window used for displaying the buffer
never showed another buffer before.
......@@ -7710,16 +7710,16 @@ indirectly called by the latter."
(defun windows-sharing-edge (&optional window edge within)
"Return list of live windows sharing the same edge with WINDOW.
WINDOW must be a valid window and defaults to the selected one.
EDGE stands for the edge to share and must be either 'left',
'above', 'right' or 'below'. Omitted or nil, EDGE defaults to
'left'.
EDGE stands for the edge to share and must be either `left',
`above', `right' or `below'. Omitted or nil, EDGE defaults to
`left'.
WITHIN nil means to find a live window that shares the opposite
EDGE with WINDOW. For example, if EDGE equals 'left', WINDOW has
EDGE with WINDOW. For example, if EDGE equals `left', WINDOW has
to share (part of) the right edge of any window returned. WITHIN
non-nil means to find all live windows that share the same EDGE
with WINDOW (Window must be internal in this case). So if EDGE
equals 'left', WINDOW's left edge has to fully encompass the left
equals `left', WINDOW's left edge has to fully encompass the left
edge of any window returned."
(setq window (window-normalize-window window))
(setq edge (or edge 'left))
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......@@ -1971,7 +1971,7 @@ Frames are listed from topmost (first) to bottommost (last). */)
DEFUN ("ns-emacs-info-panel", Fns_emacs_info_panel, Sns_emacs_info_panel,
0, 0, 0,
doc: /* Shows the 'Info' or 'About' panel for Emacs. */)
doc: /* Shows the `Info' or `About' panel for Emacs. */)
(void)
{
check_window_system (NULL);
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......@@ -3761,7 +3761,7 @@ host, and only clients connecting to that address will be accepted.
If all interfaces should be bound, an address of \"0.0.0.0\" (for
IPv4) or \"::\" (for IPv6) can be used. (On some operating systems,
using \"::\" listens on both IPv4 and IPv6.) `local' will use IPv4 by
default, use a FAMILY of 'ipv6 to override this.
default, use a FAMILY of `ipv6' to override this.
:service SERVICE -- SERVICE is name of the service desired, or an
integer specifying a port number to connect to. If SERVICE is t,
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......@@ -3539,8 +3539,8 @@ DEFUN ("run-window-scroll-functions", Frun_window_scroll_functions,
doc: /* Run `window-scroll-functions' for WINDOW.
If WINDOW is omitted or nil, it defaults to the selected window.
This function is curently only called by 'split-window' for the new
window after it has established the size of the new window. */)
This function is called by `split-window' for the new window, after it
has established the size of the new window. */)
(Lisp_Object window)
{
struct window *w = decode_live_window (window);
......@@ -7661,7 +7661,7 @@ display marginal areas and the text area.
Optional fifth argument PERSISTENT non-nil means that fringe settings
for WINDOW are persistent, i.e., remain unchanged when another buffer
is shown in WINDOW. PERSISTENT nil means that fringes are reset from
buffer local values when 'set-window-buffer' is called on WINDOW with
buffer local values when `set-window-buffer' is called on WINDOW with
the argument KEEP-MARGINS nil.
Leave fringes unchanged if WINDOW is not large enough to accommodate
......@@ -7812,7 +7812,7 @@ order to show a scroll bar for mini windows.
Optional sixth argument PERSISTENT non-nil means that scroll bar
settings for WINDOW are persistent, i.e., remain unchanged when
another buffer is shown in WINDOW. PERSISTENT nil means that scroll
bars are reset from buffer local values when 'set-window-buffer' is
bars are reset from buffer local values when `set-window-buffer' is
called on WINDOW with the argument KEEP-MARGINS nil.
If WINDOW is not large enough to accommodate a scroll bar of the
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