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bug#17996: 24.4.50; `theme-value' in (elisp) `Standard Properties', `Var
bug#17996: 24.4.50; `theme-value' in (elisp) `Standard Properties', `Variable Definitions'
Sat, 03 Aug 2019 22:24:20 +0200
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.0.50 (gnu/linux)
Drew Adams <address@hidden> writes:
> Node Standard Properties says this:
> These properties are used to record a customizable variable's
> standard value, saved value, customized-but-unsaved value, and
> themed values. Do not set them directly; they are managed by
> `defcustom' and related functions. *Note Variable Definitions::.
> But node Variable Definitions says nothing about `theme-value'. There
> is no explanation of it in the manual. Seems like an oversight by
> whoever added `theme-value' to this list.
> Please document `theme-value', at least to the degree that the others
> are documented. Perhaps the proper place to document it would be node
> `Custom Themes'. (And then correct the cross reference for it in node
> Standard Properties.)
I put it in the "Variable Definition" node, and linked to the theme node.
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- bug#17996: 24.4.50; `theme-value' in (elisp) `Standard Properties', `Variable Definitions',
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