[Top][All Lists]

[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

[Emacs-diffs] Changes to emacs/lispref/commands.texi,v

From: Richard M. Stallman
Subject: [Emacs-diffs] Changes to emacs/lispref/commands.texi,v
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2006 18:50:56 +0000

CVSROOT:        /cvsroot/emacs
Module name:    emacs
Changes by:     Richard M. Stallman <rms>       06/10/16 18:50:56

Index: commands.texi
RCS file: /cvsroot/emacs/emacs/lispref/commands.texi,v
retrieving revision 1.94
retrieving revision 1.95
diff -u -b -r1.94 -r1.95
--- commands.texi       24 Sep 2006 20:33:29 -0000      1.94
+++ commands.texi       16 Oct 2006 18:50:56 -0000      1.95
@@ -575,10 +575,11 @@
 Otherwise, the command is added only if it uses the minibuffer to read
 an argument.  @xref{Command History}.
-The argument @var{keys}, if given, specifies the sequence of events to
-supply if the command inquires which events were used to invoke it.
-If @var{keys} is omitted or @code{nil}, the return value of
address@hidden is used.  @xref{Definition of this-command-keys}.
+The argument @var{keys}, if given, should be a vector which specifies
+the sequence of events to supply if the command inquires which events
+were used to invoke it.  If @var{keys} is omitted or @code{nil}, the
+default is the return value of @code{this-command-keys-vector}.
address@hidden of this-command-keys-vector}.
 @end defun
 @defun command-execute command &optional record-flag keys special
@@ -785,7 +786,6 @@
 @end defvar
 @defun this-command-keys
address@hidden of this-command-keys}
 This function returns a string or vector containing the key sequence
 that invoked the present command, plus any previous commands that
 generated the prefix argument for this command.  Any events read by the
@@ -806,6 +806,7 @@
 @end defun
 @defun this-command-keys-vector
address@hidden of this-command-keys-vector}
 Like @code{this-command-keys}, except that it always returns the events
 in a vector, so you don't need to deal with the complexities of storing
 input events in a string (@pxref{Strings of Events}).
@@ -3021,7 +3022,12 @@
 editing.  When called from a Lisp program, it enters a recursive editing
-  In the following example, the function @code{simple-rec} first
+If the current buffer is not the same as the selected window's buffer,
address@hidden saves and restores the current buffer.  Otherwise,
+if you switch buffers, the buffer you switched to is current after
address@hidden returns.
+In the following example, the function @code{simple-rec} first
 advances point one word, then enters a recursive edit, printing out a
 message in the echo area.  The user can then do any editing desired, and
 then type @kbd{C-M-c} to exit and continue executing @code{simple-rec}.

reply via email to

[Prev in Thread] Current Thread [Next in Thread]