|Subject:||bug#24891: 25.1: Falsehood on page "Major Modes" of Emacs manual.|
|Date:||Sun, 6 Nov 2016 18:55:29 -0500|
> In the Emacs manual, page "Major Modes" appears the following:
> all programming language modes run `prog-mode-hook', prior to
> running their own mode hooks.
> I suggest amending this sentence to something like:
> many programming language modes (including all these distributed
> with Emacs) run `prog-mode-hook', prior to runnuing their own
> mode hooks.
But: these -> those,
runnuing -> running,
and we can drop the comma before "prior".
And I'm not sure why we need to or should say "(including...)". Why?
I'd suggest just this:
many programming language modes run `prog-mode-hook' before
running their own mode hooks
Or even "some" instead of "many". What does it matter how
many do this?
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