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## master 6a0db9a: ; Auto-commit of loaddefs files.

 From: Glenn Morris Subject: master 6a0db9a: ; Auto-commit of loaddefs files. Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2021 09:28:52 -0400 (EDT)

branch: master
commit 6a0db9a2dbbc9344c6fb3268417a75001c1c4843
Author: Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
Commit: Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>

; Auto-commit of loaddefs files.
---
lisp/ldefs-boot.el | 1137 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------------
1 file changed, 762 insertions(+), 375 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lisp/ldefs-boot.el b/lisp/ldefs-boot.el
index f490bfb..89154ae 100644
--- a/lisp/ldefs-boot.el
+++ b/lisp/ldefs-boot.el
@@ -511,14 +511,17 @@ Return t if allout-mode' is active in current buffer."
nil t)
(autoload 'allout-mode "allout" "\
Toggle Allout outline mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Allout mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Allout
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate allout-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -832,14 +835,17 @@ See allout-widgets-mode' for allout widgets mode
features.")
(autoload 'allout-widgets-mode "allout-widgets" "\
Toggle Allout Widgets mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Allout-Widgets mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Allout-Widgets mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate allout-widgets-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -1258,14 +1264,17 @@ Entering array mode calls the function
array-mode-hook'.
(autoload 'artist-mode "artist" "\
Toggle Artist mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Artist mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Artist
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate artist-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -1597,14 +1606,17 @@ or call the function autoarg-kp-mode'.")
(autoload 'autoarg-kp-mode "autoarg" "\
Toggle Autoarg-KP mode, a global minor mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Autoarg-Kp mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Autoarg-Kp
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'autoarg-kp-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -1659,14 +1671,17 @@ or call the function auto-insert-mode'.")
(autoload 'auto-insert-mode "autoinsert" "\
Toggle Auto-insert mode, a global minor mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Auto-Insert mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Auto-Insert mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'auto-insert-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -1752,14 +1767,17 @@ should be non-nil)." nil nil)
(autoload 'auto-revert-mode "autorevert" "\
Toggle reverting buffer when the file changes (Auto-Revert Mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Auto-Revert mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Auto-Revert mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate auto-revert-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -1785,14 +1803,17 @@ This function is designed to be added to hooks, for
example:
(autoload 'auto-revert-tail-mode "autorevert" "\
Toggle reverting tail of buffer when the file grows.

-If called interactively, toggle Auto-Revert-Tail mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Auto-Revert-Tail mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate auto-revert-tail-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -1832,14 +1853,17 @@ or call the function global-auto-revert-mode'.")
(autoload 'global-auto-revert-mode "autorevert" "\
Toggle Global Auto-Revert Mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Global Auto-Revert mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Global
+Auto-Revert mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'global-auto-revert-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -1969,14 +1993,17 @@ or call the function display-battery-mode'.")
(autoload 'display-battery-mode "battery" "\
Toggle battery status display in mode line (Display Battery mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Display-Battery mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Display-Battery mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'display-battery-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -2592,7 +2619,7 @@ Emacs 28.1 and will be removed in a future release.
\(fn URL &optional KIND)" nil nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-of-file "browse-url" "\
-Ask a WWW browser to display FILE.
+Use a web browser to display FILE.
Display the current buffer's file if FILE is nil or if called
interactively.  Turn the filename into a URL with function
browse-url-file-url'.  Pass the URL to a browser using the
@@ -2601,7 +2628,9 @@ interactively.  Turn the filename into a URL with function
\(fn &optional FILE)" t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-of-buffer "browse-url" "\
-Ask a WWW browser to display BUFFER.
+Use a web browser to display BUFFER.
+See browse-url' for details.
+
Display the current buffer if BUFFER is nil.  Display only the
currently visible part of BUFFER (from a temporary file) if buffer is
narrowed.
@@ -2612,19 +2641,24 @@ narrowed.
In Dired, ask a WWW browser to display the file named on this line." t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-of-region "browse-url" "\
-Ask a WWW browser to display the current region.
+Use a web browser to display the current region.
+See browse-url' for details.

\(fn MIN MAX)" t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url "browse-url" "\
-Ask a WWW browser to load URL.
-Prompt for a URL, defaulting to the URL at or before point.
-Invokes a suitable browser function which does the actual job.
+Open URL using a configurable method.
+This will typically (by default) open URL with an external web
+browser, but a wide variety of different methods can be used,
+depending on the URL type.

The variables browse-url-browser-function',
browse-url-handlers', and browse-url-default-handlers'
determine which browser function to use.

+This command prompts for a URL, defaulting to the URL at or
+before point.
+
The additional ARGS are passed to the browser function.  See the
doc strings of the actual functions, starting with
browse-url-browser-function', for information about the
@@ -2636,8 +2670,8 @@ If ARGS are omitted, the default is to pass
\(fn URL &rest ARGS)" t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-at-point "browse-url" "\
-Ask a WWW browser to load the URL at or before point.
-Variable browse-url-browser-function' says which browser to use.
+Open URL at point using a configurable method.
+See browse-url' for details.
Optional prefix argument ARG non-nil inverts the value of the option
browse-url-new-window-flag'.

@@ -2653,10 +2687,11 @@ opposite of the browser kind of
browse-url-browser-function'.
\(fn KIND URL &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-at-mouse "browse-url" "\
-Ask a WWW browser to load a URL clicked with the mouse.
-The URL is the one around or before the position of the mouse click
-but point is not changed.  Variable browse-url-browser-function'
-says which browser to use.
+Use a web browser to load a URL clicked with the mouse.
+See browse-url' for details.
+
+The URL is the one around or before the position of the mouse
+click but point is not changed.

\(fn EVENT)" t nil)

@@ -2894,6 +2929,13 @@ from browse-url-elinks-wrapper'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

+(autoload 'browse-url-button-open-url "browse-url" "\
+Open URL using browse-url'.
+If current-prefix-arg' is non-nil, use
+browse-url-secondary-browser-function' instead.
+
+\(fn URL)" nil nil)
+
(register-definition-prefixes "browse-url" '("browse-url-"))

;;;***
@@ -2967,14 +3009,17 @@ columns on its right towards the left.
(autoload 'bug-reference-mode "bug-reference" "\
Toggle hyperlinking bug references in the buffer (Bug Reference mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Bug-Reference mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Bug-Reference mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate bug-reference-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -2983,14 +3028,17 @@ disabled.
(autoload 'bug-reference-prog-mode "bug-reference" "\
Like bug-reference-mode', but only buttonize in comments and strings.

-If called interactively, toggle Bug-Reference-Prog mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Bug-Reference-Prog mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate bug-reference-prog-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -3140,7 +3188,7 @@ and corresponding effects.

\(fn &optional ARG)" nil nil)

-(register-definition-prefixes "bytecomp" '("batch-byte-compile-file" "byte-"
"displaying-byte-compile-warnings" "emacs-lisp-" "no-byte-compile"))
+(register-definition-prefixes "bytecomp" '("batch-byte-compile-file" "byte"
"displaying-byte-compile-warnings" "emacs-lisp-" "no-byte-compile"))

;;;***

@@ -4727,14 +4775,17 @@ Prefix argument is the same as for checkdoc-defun'." t
nil)
(autoload 'checkdoc-minor-mode "checkdoc" "\
Toggle automatic docstring checking (Checkdoc minor mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Checkdoc minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Checkdoc
+minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate checkdoc-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -4843,14 +4894,18 @@ or call the function cl-font-lock-built-in-mode'.")
(autoload 'cl-font-lock-built-in-mode "cl-font-lock" "\
Highlight built-in functions, variables, and types in lisp-mode'.

-If called interactively, toggle Cl-Font-Lock-Built-In mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Cl-Font-Lock-Built-In mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is
+positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the
+mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'cl-font-lock-built-in-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -5075,14 +5130,17 @@ This can be needed when using code byte-compiled using
the old
macro-expansion of cl-defstruct' that used vectors objects instead
of record objects.

-If called interactively, toggle Cl-Old-Struct-Compat mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Cl-Old-Struct-Compat mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'cl-old-struct-compat-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -5370,13 +5428,13 @@ Use this from the command line, with ‘-batch’;
it won’t work in an interactive Emacs.
Native compilation equivalent to batch-byte-compile'." nil nil)

-(autoload 'batch-byte-native-compile-for-bootstrap "comp" "\
+(autoload 'batch-byte+native-compile "comp" "\
Like batch-native-compile', but used for bootstrap.
Generate .elc files in addition to the .eln files.
Force the produced .eln to be outputted in the eln system
-directory (the last entry in native-comp-eln-load-path').
-If the environment variable 'NATIVE_DISABLED' is set, only byte
-compile." nil nil)
+directory (the last entry in native-comp-eln-load-path') unless
+native-compile-target-directory' is non-nil.  If the environment
+variable 'NATIVE_DISABLED' is set, only byte compile." nil nil)

(autoload 'native-compile-async "comp" "\
Compile FILES asynchronously.
@@ -5604,14 +5662,18 @@ Runs compilation-mode-hook' with run-mode-hooks'
(which see).
(autoload 'compilation-shell-minor-mode "compile" "\
Toggle Compilation Shell minor mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Compilation-Shell minor mode'.  If
-the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Compilation-Shell minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is
+positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the
+mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate compilation-shell-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -5625,14 +5687,17 @@ See compilation-mode'.
(autoload 'compilation-minor-mode "compile" "\
Toggle Compilation minor mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Compilation minor mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Compilation minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate compilation-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -5668,14 +5733,17 @@ or call the function dynamic-completion-mode'.")
(autoload 'dynamic-completion-mode "completion" "\
Toggle dynamic word-completion on or off.

-If called interactively, toggle Dynamic-Completion mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Dynamic-Completion mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'dynamic-completion-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -6234,14 +6302,17 @@ or call the function cua-mode'.")
(autoload 'cua-mode "cua-base" "\
Toggle Common User Access style editing (CUA mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Cua mode'.  If the prefix argument is
-positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the
-mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Cua mode'
+mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it
+is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'cua-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -6288,14 +6359,17 @@ Enable CUA selection mode without the C-z/C-x/C-c/C-v
bindings.
Toggle the region as rectangular.
Activates the region if needed.  Only lasts until the region is deactivated.

-If called interactively, toggle Cua-Rectangle-Mark mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Cua-Rectangle-Mark mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate cua-rectangle-mark-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -6317,14 +6391,17 @@ By convention, this is a list of symbols where each
symbol stands for the
(autoload 'cursor-intangible-mode "cursor-sensor" "\
Keep cursor outside of any cursor-intangible' text property.

-If called interactively, toggle Cursor-Intangible mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Cursor-Intangible mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate cursor-intangible-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -6338,14 +6415,17 @@ where WINDOW is the affected window, OLDPOS is the last
known position of
the cursor and DIR can be entered' or left' depending on whether the cursor
is entering the area covered by the text-property property or leaving it.

-If called interactively, toggle Cursor-Sensor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Cursor-Sensor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate cursor-sensor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -6724,14 +6804,17 @@ Mode used for cvs status output.
(autoload 'cwarn-mode "cwarn" "\
Minor mode that highlights suspicious C and C++ constructions.

-If called interactively, toggle Cwarn mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Cwarn
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate cwarn-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -7189,14 +7272,17 @@ or call the function delete-selection-mode'.")
(autoload 'delete-selection-mode "delsel" "\
Toggle Delete Selection mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Delete-Selection mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Delete-Selection mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'delete-selection-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -7211,7 +7297,8 @@ information on adapting behavior of commands in Delete
Selection mode.

(autoload 'delete-active-region "delsel" "\
Delete the active region.
-If KILLP in not-nil, the active region is killed instead of deleted.
+If KILLP is non-nil, or if called interactively with a prefix argument,
+the active region is killed instead of deleted.

\(fn &optional KILLP)" t nil)

@@ -7373,14 +7460,17 @@ or call the function desktop-save-mode'.")
(autoload 'desktop-save-mode "desktop" "\
Toggle desktop saving (Desktop Save mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Desktop-Save mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Desktop-Save mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'desktop-save-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -7855,14 +7945,17 @@ a diff with \\[diff-reverse-direction].
(autoload 'diff-minor-mode "diff-mode" "\
Toggle Diff minor mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Diff minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Diff minor
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate diff-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -7878,8 +7971,10 @@ disabled.
;;; Generated autoloads from net/dig.el

(autoload 'dig "dig" "\
-Query addresses of a DOMAIN using dig, by calling dig-invoke'.
-Optional arguments are passed to dig-invoke'.
+Query addresses of a DOMAIN using dig.
+See dig-invoke' for an explanation for the parameters.
+When called interactively, DOMAIN is prompted for.  If given a prefix,
+also prompt for the QUERY-TYPE parameter.

\(fn DOMAIN &optional QUERY-TYPE QUERY-CLASS QUERY-OPTION DIG-OPTION SERVER)"
t nil)

@@ -8042,14 +8137,17 @@ Like \\[dired-jump] (dired-jump') but in other window.
(autoload 'dirtrack-mode "dirtrack" "\
Toggle directory tracking in shell buffers (Dirtrack mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Dirtrack mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Dirtrack
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate dirtrack-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -8219,14 +8317,18 @@ in .emacs'.
Toggle display of fill-column indicator.
This uses display-fill-column-indicator' internally.

-If called interactively, toggle Display-Fill-Column-Indicator mode'.
-If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero
-or negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Display-Fill-Column-Indicator mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is
+positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the
+mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate display-fill-column-indicator-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -8296,14 +8398,17 @@ list.")
Toggle display of line numbers in the buffer.
This uses display-line-numbers' internally.

-If called interactively, toggle Display-Line-Numbers mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Display-Line-Numbers mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate display-line-numbers-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -8446,14 +8551,17 @@ to the next best mode." nil nil)
(autoload 'doc-view-minor-mode "doc-view" "\
Toggle displaying buffer via Doc View (Doc View minor mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Doc-View minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Doc-View
+minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate doc-view-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -8514,14 +8622,17 @@ Switch to *doctor* buffer and start giving
psychotherapy." t nil)
(autoload 'double-mode "double" "\
Toggle special insertion on double keypresses (Double mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Double mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Double
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate double-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -9211,14 +9322,17 @@ or call the function global-ede-mode'.")
(autoload 'global-ede-mode "ede" "\
Toggle global EDE (Emacs Development Environment) mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Global Ede mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Global Ede
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'global-ede-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -10065,14 +10179,17 @@ or call the function electric-pair-mode'.")
(autoload 'electric-pair-mode "elec-pair" "\
Toggle automatic parens pairing (Electric Pair mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Electric-Pair mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Electric-Pair mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'electric-pair-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -10089,14 +10206,17 @@ To toggle the mode in a single buffer, use
electric-pair-local-mode'.
(autoload 'electric-pair-local-mode "elec-pair" "\
Toggle electric-pair-mode' only in this buffer.

-If called interactively, toggle Electric-Pair-Local mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Electric-Pair-Local mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (buffer-local-value 'electric-pair-mode (current-buffer))'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -10312,14 +10432,17 @@ Minor mode for editing text/enriched files.
These are files with embedded formatting information in the MIME standard
text/enriched format.

-If called interactively, toggle Enriched mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Enriched
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate enriched-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -10597,14 +10720,17 @@ enough, since keyservers have strict timeout settings.
(autoload 'epa-mail-mode "epa-mail" "\
A minor-mode for composing encrypted/clearsigned mails.

-If called interactively, toggle epa-mail mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the epa-mail
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate epa-mail-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -10667,14 +10793,17 @@ or call the function epa-global-mail-mode'.")
(autoload 'epa-global-mail-mode "epa-mail" "\
Minor mode to hook EasyPG into Mail mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Epa-Global-Mail mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Epa-Global-Mail mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'epa-global-mail-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -10759,7 +10888,7 @@ Non-interactively, it takes the keyword arguments

That is, if called with

-   (erc :server \"chat.freenode.net\" :full-name \"Harry S Truman\")
+   (erc :server \"chat.freenode.net\" :full-name \"J. Random Hacker\")

then the server and full-name will be set to those values,
whereas erc-compute-port' and erc-compute-nick' will be invoked
@@ -10786,7 +10915,7 @@ Non-interactively, it takes the keyword arguments

That is, if called with

-   (erc-tls :server \"chat.freenode.net\" :full-name \"Harry S Truman\")
+   (erc-tls :server \"chat.freenode.net\" :full-name \"J. Random Hacker\")

then the server and full-name will be set to those values,
whereas erc-compute-port' and erc-compute-nick' will be invoked
@@ -11318,7 +11447,7 @@ argument is passed to next-file', which see).
(autoload 'tags-search "etags" "\
Search through all files listed in tags table for match for REGEXP.
Stops when a match is found.
-To continue searching for next match, use command \\[tags-loop-continue].
+To continue searching for next match, use the command \\[fileloop-continue].

If FILES if non-nil should be a list or an iterator returning the
files to search.  The search will be restricted to these files.
@@ -11331,7 +11460,7 @@ Also see the documentation of the tags-file-name'
variable.
Do query-replace-regexp' of FROM with TO on all files listed in tags table.
Third arg DELIMITED (prefix arg) means replace only word-delimited matches.
If you exit (\\[keyboard-quit], RET or q), you can resume the query replace
-with the command \\[tags-loop-continue].
+with the command \\[fileloop-continue].
For non-interactive use, superseded by fileloop-initialize-replace'.

\(fn FROM TO &optional DELIMITED FILES)" t nil)
@@ -12078,14 +12207,17 @@ a top-level keymap, text-scale-increase' or
(autoload 'buffer-face-mode "face-remap" "\
Minor mode for a buffer-specific default face.

-If called interactively, toggle Buffer-Face mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Buffer-Face mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate buffer-face-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -13034,14 +13166,17 @@ region is invalid.  This function saves match data.
(autoload 'flymake-mode "flymake" "\
Toggle Flymake mode on or off.

-If called interactively, toggle Flymake mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Flymake
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate flymake-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -13122,14 +13257,17 @@ Turn on flyspell-mode' for comments and strings." t
nil)
(autoload 'flyspell-mode "flyspell" "\
Toggle on-the-fly spell checking (Flyspell mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Flyspell mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Flyspell
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate flyspell-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -13205,14 +13343,17 @@ Turn off Follow mode.  Please see the function
follow-mode'." nil nil)
(autoload 'follow-mode "follow" "\
Toggle Follow mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Follow mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Follow
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate follow-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -13335,14 +13476,17 @@ selected if the original window is the first one in
the frame.
(autoload 'footnote-mode "footnote" "\
Toggle Footnote mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Footnote mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Footnote
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate footnote-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -13805,14 +13949,17 @@ being transferred.  This list may grow up to a size of
gdb-debug-log-max' after which the oldest element (at the end of
the list) is deleted every time a new one is added (at the front).

-If called interactively, toggle Gdb-Enable-Debug mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Gdb-Enable-Debug mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'gdb-enable-debug)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -13989,14 +14136,17 @@ regular expression that can be used as an element of
(autoload 'glasses-mode "glasses" "\
Minor mode for making identifiers likeThis readable.

-If called interactively, toggle Glasses mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Glasses
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate glasses-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -14604,14 +14754,17 @@ If FORCE is non-nil, replace the old ones.
(autoload 'gnus-mailing-list-mode "gnus-ml" "\
Minor mode for providing mailing-list commands.

-If called interactively, toggle Gnus-Mailing-List mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Gnus-Mailing-List mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate gnus-mailing-list-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -15071,14 +15224,17 @@ Also fontifies the buffer appropriately (see
goto-address-fontify-p' and
(autoload 'goto-address-mode "goto-addr" "\
Minor mode to buttonize URLs and e-mail addresses in the current buffer.

-If called interactively, toggle Goto-Address mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Goto-Address mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate goto-address-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -15112,14 +15268,17 @@ See goto-address-mode' for more information on
Goto-Address mode.
(autoload 'goto-address-prog-mode "goto-addr" "\
Like goto-address-mode', but only for comments and strings.

-If called interactively, toggle Goto-Address-Prog mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Goto-Address-Prog mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate goto-address-prog-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -15452,14 +15611,17 @@ or call the function gud-tooltip-mode'.")
(autoload 'gud-tooltip-mode "gud" "\
Toggle the display of GUD tooltips.

-If called interactively, toggle Gud-Tooltip mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Gud-Tooltip mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'gud-tooltip-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -16190,14 +16352,17 @@ This discards the buffer's undo information." t nil)
(autoload 'hi-lock-mode "hi-lock" "\
Toggle selective highlighting of patterns (Hi Lock mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Hi-Lock mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Hi-Lock
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate hi-lock-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -16401,14 +16566,17 @@ Add patterns from the current buffer to the list of
hi-lock patterns." t nil)
(autoload 'hide-ifdef-mode "hideif" "\
Toggle features to hide/show #ifdef blocks (Hide-Ifdef mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Hide-Ifdef mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Hide-Ifdef
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate hide-ifdef-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -16486,14 +16654,17 @@ whitespace.  Case does not matter.")
(autoload 'hs-minor-mode "hideshow" "\
Minor mode to selectively hide/show code and comment blocks.

-If called interactively, toggle hs minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the hs minor
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate hs-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -16536,14 +16707,17 @@ Unconditionally turn off hs-minor-mode'." nil nil)
(autoload 'highlight-changes-mode "hilit-chg" "\
Toggle highlighting changes in this buffer (Highlight Changes mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Highlight-Changes mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Highlight-Changes mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate highlight-changes-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -16567,14 +16741,18 @@ buffer with the contents of a file
(autoload 'highlight-changes-visible-mode "hilit-chg" "\
Toggle visibility of highlighting due to Highlight Changes mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Highlight-Changes-Visible mode'.  If
-the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Highlight-Changes-Visible mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is
+positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the
+mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate highlight-changes-visible-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -16717,14 +16895,17 @@ argument VERBOSE non-nil makes the function verbose.
(autoload 'hl-line-mode "hl-line" "\
Toggle highlighting of the current line (Hl-Line mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Hl-Line mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Hl-Line
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate hl-line-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -16753,14 +16934,17 @@ or call the function global-hl-line-mode'.")
(autoload 'global-hl-line-mode "hl-line" "\
Toggle line highlighting in all buffers (Global Hl-Line mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Global Hl-Line mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Global
+Hl-Line mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'global-hl-line-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -17171,14 +17355,17 @@ or call the function fido-mode'.")
(autoload 'fido-mode "icomplete" "\
An enhanced icomplete-mode' that emulates ido-mode'.

-If called interactively, toggle Fido mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Fido mode'
+mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it
+is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'fido-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -17200,14 +17387,17 @@ or call the function icomplete-mode'.")
(autoload 'icomplete-mode "icomplete" "\
Toggle incremental minibuffer completion (Icomplete mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Icomplete mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Icomplete
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'icomplete-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -17239,14 +17429,17 @@ or call the function icomplete-vertical-mode'.")
(autoload 'icomplete-vertical-mode "icomplete" "\
Toggle vertical candidate display in icomplete-mode' or fido-mode'.

-If called interactively, toggle Icomplete-Vertical mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Icomplete-Vertical mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'icomplete-vertical-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -17778,14 +17971,17 @@ See inferior-emacs-lisp-mode' for details.
(autoload 'iimage-mode "iimage" "\
Toggle Iimage mode on or off.

-If called interactively, toggle Iimage mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Iimage
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate iimage-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -18098,14 +18294,17 @@ Setup easy-to-use keybindings for the commands to be
used in dired mode.
Note that n, p and <down> and <up> will be hijacked and bound to
image-dired-dired-x-line'.

-If called interactively, toggle Image-Dired minor mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Image-Dired minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate image-dired-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -18200,14 +18399,17 @@ or call the function auto-image-file-mode'.")
(autoload 'auto-image-file-mode "image-file" "\
Toggle visiting of image files as images (Auto Image File mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Auto-Image-File mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Auto-Image-File mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'auto-image-file-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -18235,14 +18437,17 @@ Key bindings:
(autoload 'image-minor-mode "image-mode" "\
Toggle Image minor mode in this buffer.

-If called interactively, toggle Image minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Image
+minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate image-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -19179,14 +19384,17 @@ available on the net." t nil)
(autoload 'ispell-minor-mode "ispell" "\
Toggle last-word spell checking (Ispell minor mode).

-If called interactively, toggle ISpell minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the ISpell
+minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate ispell-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -19874,14 +20082,17 @@ sleep in seconds.
(autoload 'linum-mode "linum" "\
Toggle display of line numbers in the left margin (Linum mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Linum mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Linum
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate linum-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -20452,14 +20663,17 @@ or call the function mail-abbrevs-mode'.")
(autoload 'mail-abbrevs-mode "mailabbrev" "\
Toggle abbrev expansion of mail aliases (Mail Abbrevs mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Mail-Abbrevs mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Mail-Abbrevs mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'mail-abbrevs-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -20831,14 +21045,17 @@ Default bookmark handler for Man buffers.
(autoload 'master-mode "master" "\
Toggle Master mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Master mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Master
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate master-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -20873,14 +21090,18 @@ or call the function
minibuffer-depth-indicate-mode'.")
(autoload 'minibuffer-depth-indicate-mode "mb-depth" "\
Toggle Minibuffer Depth Indication mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Minibuffer-Depth-Indicate mode'.  If
-the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Minibuffer-Depth-Indicate mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is
+positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the
+mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'minibuffer-depth-indicate-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -21438,14 +21659,17 @@ or call the function midnight-mode'.")
(autoload 'midnight-mode "midnight" "\
Non-nil means run midnight-hook' at midnight.

-If called interactively, toggle Midnight mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Midnight
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'midnight-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -21490,14 +21714,18 @@ or call the function
minibuffer-electric-default-mode'.")
(autoload 'minibuffer-electric-default-mode "minibuf-eldef" "\
Toggle Minibuffer Electric Default mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Minibuffer-Electric-Default mode'.
-If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero
-or negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Minibuffer-Electric-Default mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is
+positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the
+mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'minibuffer-electric-default-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -22071,14 +22299,17 @@ or call the function msb-mode'.")
(autoload 'msb-mode "msb" "\
Toggle Msb mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Msb mode'.  If the prefix argument is
-positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the
-mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Msb mode'
+mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it
+is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'msb-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -22387,14 +22618,17 @@ or call the function mouse-wheel-mode'." :set
#'custom-set-minor-mode :initiali
(autoload 'mouse-wheel-mode "mwheel" "\
Toggle mouse wheel support (Mouse Wheel mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Mouse-Wheel mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Mouse-Wheel mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'mouse-wheel-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -24360,14 +24594,17 @@ Turning on outline mode calls the value of
text-mode-hook' and then of
(autoload 'outline-minor-mode "outline" "\
Toggle Outline minor mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Outline minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Outline
+minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate outline-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -24601,14 +24838,17 @@ or call the function show-paren-mode'.")
(autoload 'show-paren-mode "paren" "\
Toggle visualization of matching parens (Show Paren mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Show-Paren mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Show-Paren
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'show-paren-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -25314,14 +25554,17 @@ or call the function pixel-scroll-mode'.")
(autoload 'pixel-scroll-mode "pixel-scroll" "\
A minor mode to scroll text pixel-by-pixel.

-If called interactively, toggle Pixel-Scroll mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Pixel-Scroll mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'pixel-scroll-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -26006,8 +26249,12 @@ Proced buffers.
(autoload 'profiler-start "profiler" "\
Start/restart profilers.
MODE can be one of cpu', mem', or cpu+mem'.
-If MODE is cpu' or cpu+mem', time-based profiler will be started.
-Also, if MODE is mem' or cpu+mem', then memory profiler will be started.
+If MODE is cpu' or cpu+mem', start the time-based profiler,
+   whereby CPU is sampled periodically using the SIGPROF signal.
+If MODE is mem' or cpu+mem', start profiler that samples CPU
+   whenever memory-allocation functions are called -- this is useful
+   if SIGPROF is not supported, or is unreliable, or is not sampling
+   at a high enough frequency.

\(fn MODE)" t nil)

@@ -27078,14 +27325,17 @@ or call the function rcirc-track-minor-mode'.")
(autoload 'rcirc-track-minor-mode "rcirc" "\
Global minor mode for tracking activity in rcirc buffers.

-If called interactively, toggle Rcirc-Track minor mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Rcirc-Track minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'rcirc-track-minor-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -27135,14 +27385,17 @@ or call the function recentf-mode'.")
(autoload 'recentf-mode "recentf" "\
Toggle \"Open Recent\" menu (Recentf mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Recentf mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Recentf
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'recentf-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -27300,14 +27553,17 @@ with a prefix argument, prompt for START-AT and
FORMAT.
(autoload 'rectangle-mark-mode "rect" "\
Toggle the region as rectangular.

-If called interactively, toggle Rectangle-Mark mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Rectangle-Mark mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate rectangle-mark-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -27339,14 +27595,17 @@ Activates the region if needed.  Only lasts until the
region is deactivated.
(autoload 'refill-mode "refill" "\
Toggle automatic refilling (Refill mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Refill mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Refill
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate refill-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -27376,14 +27635,17 @@ Turn on RefTeX mode." nil nil)
(autoload 'reftex-mode "reftex" "\
Minor mode with distinct support for \\label, \\ref and \\cite in LaTeX.

-If called interactively, toggle Reftex mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Reftex
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate reftex-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -27606,20 +27868,23 @@ Toggle Repeat mode.
When Repeat mode is enabled, and the command symbol has the property named
repeat-map', this map is activated temporarily for the next command.

-If called interactively, toggle Repeat mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Repeat
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'repeat-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

-(register-definition-prefixes "repeat" '("repeat-"))
+(register-definition-prefixes "repeat" '("describe-repeat" "repeat-"))

;;;***

@@ -27692,14 +27957,17 @@ report errors as appropriate for this kind of usage.
(autoload 'reveal-mode "reveal" "\
Toggle uncloaking of invisible text near point (Reveal mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Reveal mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Reveal
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate reveal-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -27724,14 +27992,17 @@ or call the function global-reveal-mode'.")
Toggle Reveal mode in all buffers (Global Reveal mode).
Reveal mode renders invisible text around point visible again.

-If called interactively, toggle Global Reveal mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Global
+Reveal mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'global-reveal-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -28265,14 +28536,17 @@ Validation will be enabled if
rng-nxml-auto-validate-flag' is non-nil." t nil)
(autoload 'rng-validate-mode "rng-valid" "\
Minor mode performing continual validation against a RELAX NG schema.

-If called interactively, toggle Rng-Validate mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Rng-Validate mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate rng-validate-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -28422,14 +28696,17 @@ highlighting.
(autoload 'rst-minor-mode "rst" "\
Toggle ReST minor mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Rst minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Rst minor
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate rst-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -28478,14 +28755,17 @@ Use the command ruler-mode' to change this
variable.")
(autoload 'ruler-mode "ruler-mode" "\
Toggle display of ruler in header line (Ruler mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Ruler mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Ruler
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate ruler-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -28755,14 +29035,17 @@ or call the function savehist-mode'.")
(autoload 'savehist-mode "savehist" "\
Toggle saving of minibuffer history (Savehist mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Savehist mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Savehist
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'savehist-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -28816,14 +29099,17 @@ Non-nil means automatically save place in each file.
This means when you visit a file, point goes to the last place
where it was when you previously visited the same file.

-If called interactively, toggle Save-Place mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Save-Place
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'save-place-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -28835,14 +29121,17 @@ If this mode is enabled, point is recorded when you
kill the buffer
or exit Emacs.  Visiting this file again will go to that position,
even in a later Emacs session.

-If called interactively, toggle Save-Place-Local mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Save-Place-Local mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate save-place-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -28929,14 +29218,17 @@ or call the function scroll-all-mode'.")
(autoload 'scroll-all-mode "scroll-all" "\
Toggle shared scrolling in same-frame windows (Scroll-All mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Scroll-All mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Scroll-All
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'scroll-all-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -28962,14 +29254,17 @@ one window apply to all visible windows in the same
frame.
(autoload 'scroll-lock-mode "scroll-lock" "\
Buffer-local minor mode for pager-like scrolling.

-If called interactively, toggle Scroll-Lock mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Scroll-Lock mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate scroll-lock-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -29038,14 +29333,17 @@ or call the function semantic-mode'.")
(autoload 'semantic-mode "semantic" "\
Toggle parser features (Semantic mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Semantic mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Semantic
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'semantic-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -29707,14 +30005,17 @@ or call the function server-mode'.")
(autoload 'server-mode "server" "\
Toggle Server mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Server mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Server
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'server-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -30337,14 +30638,17 @@ buffer names.
(autoload 'smerge-mode "smerge-mode" "\
Minor mode to simplify editing output from the diff3 program.

-If called interactively, toggle SMerge mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the SMerge
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate smerge-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -30470,14 +30774,17 @@ Open the so-long customize' group." t nil)
(autoload 'so-long-minor-mode "so-long" "\
This is the minor mode equivalent of so-long-mode'.

-If called interactively, toggle So-Long minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the So-Long
+minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate so-long-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -30552,14 +30859,17 @@ or call the function global-so-long-mode'.")
(autoload 'global-so-long-mode "so-long" "\
Toggle automated performance mitigations for files with long lines.

-If called interactively, toggle Global So-Long mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Global
+So-Long mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'global-so-long-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -31670,14 +31980,17 @@ or call the function strokes-mode'.")
(autoload 'strokes-mode "strokes" "\
Toggle Strokes mode, a global minor mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Strokes mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Strokes
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'strokes-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -31768,6 +32081,12 @@ Truncate STRING to LENGTH, replacing initial surplus
with \"...\".

\(fn STRING LENGTH)" nil nil)

+(autoload 'string-lines "subr-x" "\
+Split STRING into a list of lines.
+If OMIT-NULLS, empty lines will be removed from the results.
+
+\(fn STRING &optional OMIT-NULLS)" nil nil)
+
(register-definition-prefixes "subr-x" '("and-let*" "hash-table-" "if-let*"
"internal--" "named-let" "replace-region-contents" "string-" "thread-"
"when-let*"))

;;;***
@@ -31780,14 +32099,17 @@ Truncate STRING to LENGTH, replacing initial surplus
with \"...\".
(autoload 'subword-mode "subword" "\
Toggle subword movement and editing (Subword mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Subword mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Subword
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate subword-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -31839,14 +32161,17 @@ See subword-mode' for more information on Subword
mode.
(autoload 'superword-mode "subword" "\
Toggle superword movement and editing (Superword mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Superword mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Superword
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate superword-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -31944,14 +32269,17 @@ or call the function gpm-mouse-mode'.")
(autoload 'gpm-mouse-mode "t-mouse" "\
Toggle mouse support in GNU/Linux consoles (GPM Mouse mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Gpm-Mouse mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Gpm-Mouse
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'gpm-mouse-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -31975,14 +32303,17 @@ GPM.  This is due to limitations in GPM and the Linux
kernel.
(autoload 'tab-line-mode "tab-line" "\
Toggle display of window tab line in the buffer.

-If called interactively, toggle Tab-Line mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Tab-Line
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate tab-line-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -32389,14 +32720,17 @@ location is indicated by
table-word-continuation-char'.  This
variable's value can be toggled by \\[table-fixed-width-mode] at
run-time.

-If called interactively, toggle Table-Fixed-Width mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Table-Fixed-Width mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate table-fixed-width-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -33569,14 +33903,17 @@ This function is meant to be used as a
post-self-insert-hook'." t nil)
(autoload 'tildify-mode "tildify" "\
Adds electric behavior to space character.

-If called interactively, toggle Tildify mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Tildify
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate tildify-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -33624,14 +33961,17 @@ or call the function display-time-mode'.")
(autoload 'display-time-mode "time" "\
Toggle display of time, load level, and mail flag in mode lines.

-If called interactively, toggle Display-Time mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Display-Time mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'display-time-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -33799,7 +34139,7 @@ look like one of the following:
Time-stamp: <>
Time-stamp: \" \"
The time stamp is written between the brackets or quotes:
-      Time-stamp: <2001-02-18 10:20:51 gildea>
+      Time-stamp: <2020-08-07 17:10:21 gildea>

The time stamp is updated only if the variable
time-stamp-active' is non-nil.
@@ -33811,7 +34151,7 @@ The variables time-stamp-pattern',
time-stamp-line-limit',

(autoload 'time-stamp-toggle-active "time-stamp" "\
Toggle time-stamp-active', setting whether \\[time-stamp] updates a buffer.
-With ARG, turn time stamping on if and only if arg is positive.
+With ARG, turn time stamping on if and only if ARG is positive.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

@@ -34421,7 +34761,7 @@ Add archive file name handler to
file-name-handler-alist'." (when tramp-archive

;;;### (autoloads nil "trampver" "net/trampver.el" (0 0 0 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/trampver.el
-(push (purecopy '(tramp 2 5 1 -1)) package--builtin-versions)
+(push (purecopy '(tramp 2 5 1)) package--builtin-versions)

(register-definition-prefixes "trampver" '("tramp-"))

@@ -34600,14 +34940,17 @@ or call the function type-break-mode'.")
Enable or disable typing-break mode.
This is a minor mode, but it is global to all buffers by default.

-If called interactively, toggle Type-Break mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Type-Break
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'type-break-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -35131,14 +35474,17 @@ or call the function url-handler-mode'.")
(autoload 'url-handler-mode "url-handlers" "\
Toggle using url' library for URL filenames (URL Handler mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Url-Handler mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Url-Handler mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'url-handler-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -37311,14 +37657,17 @@ own View-like bindings.
(autoload 'view-mode "view" "\
Toggle View mode, a minor mode for viewing text but not editing it.

-If called interactively, toggle View mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the View mode'
+mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it
+is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate view-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -37690,14 +38039,17 @@ or call the function which-function-mode'.")
(autoload 'which-function-mode "which-func" "\
Toggle mode line display of current function (Which Function mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Which-Function mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Which-Function mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'which-function-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -37718,14 +38070,17 @@ in certain major modes.
(autoload 'whitespace-mode "whitespace" "\
Toggle whitespace visualization (Whitespace mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Whitespace mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Whitespace
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate whitespace-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -37737,14 +38092,17 @@ See also whitespace-style', whitespace-newline' and
(autoload 'whitespace-newline-mode "whitespace" "\
Toggle newline visualization (Whitespace Newline mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Whitespace-Newline mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Whitespace-Newline mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate whitespace-newline-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -37770,14 +38128,17 @@ or call the function global-whitespace-mode'.")
(autoload 'global-whitespace-mode "whitespace" "\
Toggle whitespace visualization globally (Global Whitespace mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Global Whitespace mode'.  If the
-prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Global
+Whitespace mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'global-whitespace-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -37799,14 +38160,17 @@ or call the function
global-whitespace-newline-mode'.")
(autoload 'global-whitespace-newline-mode "whitespace" "\
Toggle global newline visualization (Global Whitespace Newline mode).

-If called interactively, toggle Global Whitespace-Newline mode'.  If
-the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or
-negative, disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Global
+Whitespace-Newline mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive,
+enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'global-whitespace-newline-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -38129,14 +38493,17 @@ Show widget browser for WIDGET in other window.
(autoload 'widget-minor-mode "wid-browse" "\
Minor mode for traversing widgets.

-If called interactively, toggle Widget minor mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Widget
+minor mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the
+mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate widget-minor-mode'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -38239,31 +38606,37 @@ unless windmove-create-window' is non-nil and a new
window is created.
Set up keybindings for windmove'.
Keybindings are of the form MODIFIERS-{left,right,up,down},
where MODIFIERS is either a list of modifiers or a single modifier.
+If MODIFIERS is none', the keybindings will be directly bound to
+the arrow keys.
Default value of MODIFIERS is shift'.

\(fn &optional MODIFIERS)" t nil)

(autoload 'windmove-display-left "windmove" "\
Display the next buffer in window to the left of the current one.
-See the logic of the prefix ARG in windmove-display-in-direction'.
+See the logic of the prefix ARG and windmove-display-no-select'
+in windmove-display-in-direction'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload 'windmove-display-up "windmove" "\
Display the next buffer in window above the current one.
-See the logic of the prefix ARG in windmove-display-in-direction'.
+See the logic of the prefix ARG and windmove-display-no-select'
+in windmove-display-in-direction'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload 'windmove-display-right "windmove" "\
Display the next buffer in window to the right of the current one.
-See the logic of the prefix ARG in windmove-display-in-direction'.
+See the logic of the prefix ARG and windmove-display-no-select'
+in windmove-display-in-direction'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload 'windmove-display-down "windmove" "\
Display the next buffer in window below the current one.
-See the logic of the prefix ARG in windmove-display-in-direction'.
+See the logic of the prefix ARG and windmove-display-no-select'
+in windmove-display-in-direction'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

@@ -38287,6 +38660,8 @@ Set up keybindings for directional buffer display.
Keys are bound to commands that display the next buffer in the specified
direction.  Keybindings are of the form MODIFIERS-{left,right,up,down},
where MODIFIERS is either a list of modifiers or a single modifier.
+If MODIFIERS is none', the keybindings will be directly bound to
+the arrow keys.
Default value of MODIFIERS is shift-meta'.

\(fn &optional MODIFIERS)" t nil)
@@ -38324,7 +38699,10 @@ Set up keybindings for directional window deletion.
Keys are bound to commands that delete windows in the specified
direction.  Keybindings are of the form PREFIX MODIFIERS-{left,right,up,down},
where PREFIX is a prefix key and MODIFIERS is either a list of modifiers or
-a single modifier.  Default value of PREFIX is C-x' and MODIFIERS is shift'.
+a single modifier.
+If PREFIX is none', no prefix is used. If MODIFIERS is none', the keybindings
+are directly bound to the arrow keys.
+Default value of PREFIX is C-x' and MODIFIERS is shift'.

\(fn &optional PREFIX MODIFIERS)" t nil)

@@ -38345,7 +38723,10 @@ Set up keybindings for directional window swap states.
Keys are bound to commands that swap the states of the selected window
with the window in the specified direction.  Keybindings are of the form
MODIFIERS-{left,right,up,down}, where MODIFIERS is either a list of modifiers
-or a single modifier.  Default value of MODIFIERS is shift-super'.
+or a single modifier.
+If MODIFIERS is none', the keybindings will be directly bound to the
+arrow keys.
+Default value of MODIFIERS is shift-super'.

\(fn &optional MODIFIERS)" t nil)

@@ -38369,14 +38750,17 @@ or call the function winner-mode'.")
(autoload 'winner-mode "winner" "\
Toggle Winner mode on or off.

-If called interactively, toggle Winner mode'.  If the prefix argument
-is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable
-the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the Winner
+mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable the mode, and
+if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'winner-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.

@@ -38661,14 +39045,17 @@ or call the function xterm-mouse-mode'.")
(autoload 'xterm-mouse-mode "xt-mouse" "\
Toggle XTerm mouse mode.

-If called interactively, toggle Xterm-Mouse mode'.  If the prefix
-argument is positive, enable the mode, and if it is zero or negative,
-disable the mode.
+This is a minor mode.  If called interactively, toggle the
+Xterm-Mouse mode' mode.  If the prefix argument is positive, enable
+the mode, and if it is zero or negative, disable the mode.

If called from Lisp, toggle the mode if ARG is toggle'.  Enable the
mode if ARG is nil, omitted, or is a positive number.  Disable the
mode if ARG is a negative number.

+To check whether the minor mode is enabled in the current buffer,
+evaluate (default-value 'xterm-mouse-mode)'.
+
The mode's hook is called both when the mode is enabled and when it is
disabled.



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