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[Emacs-diffs] Changes to emacs/man/files.texi

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: [Emacs-diffs] Changes to emacs/man/files.texi
Date: Fri, 05 May 2006 11:45:55 +0000

Index: emacs/man/files.texi
diff -u emacs/man/files.texi:1.140 emacs/man/files.texi:1.141
--- emacs/man/files.texi:1.140  Thu May  4 00:25:54 2006
+++ emacs/man/files.texi        Fri May  5 11:45:55 2006
@@ -107,10 +107,13 @@
 @cindex home directory shorthand
   You can use @file{~/} in a file name to mean your home directory,
 or @address@hidden/} to mean the home directory of a user whose
-login name is @code{user-id}.  (On DOS and Windows systems, where a user
-doesn't have a home directory, Emacs substitutes @file{~/} with the
-value of the environment variable @code{HOME}; see @ref{General
+login name is @address@hidden
+On MS-Windows and MS-DOS systems, where a user doesn't have a home
+directory, Emacs substitutes @file{~/} with the value of the
+environment variable @code{HOME}; see @ref{General Variables}.  The
address@hidden@var{user-id}/} construct is supported on those systems only
+for the current user, i.e., only if @var{user-id} is the current
+user's login name.}.
 @cindex environment variables in file names
 @cindex expansion of environment variables

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