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bug#34785: 26.1; fake function-key typos

From: Drew Adams
Subject: bug#34785: 26.1; fake function-key typos
Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2019 09:08:34 -0800 (PST)

> tags 34785 notabug
> thanks
> > Date: Thu, 7 Mar 2019 17:28:19 -0800 (PST)
> > From: Drew Adams <address@hidden>
> >
> > (elisp) `Modifying Menu' has an example that uses fake function keys
> > <drink> and <eat>, but it writes these as <DRINK> and <EAT>.
> That is correct, since key labels are up-cased.  Cf. <RET>, <DEL>,
> etc.
> This is not a bug.

Elsewhere in the manual, "fake function key" refers
to the symbol itself - e.g., in node `Menu Bar':

 "the fake function key 'menu-bar'"

Not `<menu-bar>'.  And not `<MENU-BAR>'.

 "To add an item to the menu bar, invent a fake function key of your
  own (let's call it KEY), and make a binding for the key sequence
  '[menu-bar KEY]'."

Not `<KEY>'.  (And KEY is a placeholder here.)

 "Here, 'edit' is the fake function key"

 "a list of fake function keys.... The default value
  is '(help-menu)'"

Not `(<help-menu>)'.  And not `<HELP-MENU>'.

And in node `Tool Bar':

 "fake function key called 'tool-bar'"

Not `(<tool-bar>)'.  And not `<TOOL-BAR>'.

The bug I cited is the only place where the treatment
is different, whether or not you argue that `<EAT>'
there is a key label.

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