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[elpa] master 895f479 41/62: Pushed info pages

From: Ian Dunn
Subject: [elpa] master 895f479 41/62: Pushed info pages
Date: Sat, 9 Dec 2017 14:34:03 -0500 (EST)

branch: master
commit 895f47903cda3a57f9f12c2e85ee6da4d40faea8
Author: Ian Dunn <address@hidden>
Commit: Ian Dunn <address@hidden>

    Pushed info pages
 paced.info | 80 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---------------------------------
 1 file changed, 37 insertions(+), 43 deletions(-)

diff --git a/paced.info b/paced.info
index 9de6668..a7cd390 100644
--- a/paced.info
+++ b/paced.info
@@ -88,27 +88,21 @@ Introduction
 Paced (Predictive Abbreviation Completion and Expansion using
-Dictionaries) provides a completion backend based on what a user has
-already written.
-   Paced scans one or more files or buffers and constructs a table of
-words, weighted by how often they’re used.
-   Once it’s constructed this table, it can present them to the user for
-completion, sorted by their weights.
-   Creating a new dictionary is easy; just use
-‘paced-create-new-dictionary’ to create a new dictionary, then set the
-population commands and sort method.
-   Dictionaries are persistent; they’re saved with
-‘paced-save-named-dictionary’ or ‘paced-save-all-dictionaries’.
-   Population commands tell a dictionary how it should refresh its usage
-   No completion frontend is provided, but a function for
-‘completion-at-point-functions’ is given.
+Dictionaries) scans a group of files (determined by “population
+commands”) to construct a usage table (dictionary).  Words (or symbols)
+are sorted by their usage, and may be later presented to the user for
+completion.  A dictionary can then be saved to a file, to be loaded
+   Population commands determine how a dictionary should be filled with
+words or symbols.  A dictionary may have multiple population commands,
+and population may be performed asynchronously.  Once population is
+finished, the contents are sorted, with more commonly used words at the
+front.  Dictionaries may be edited through EIEIO’s customize-object
+   Completion is done through ‘completion-at-point’.  The dictionary to
+use for completion can be customized.
 * Menu:
@@ -259,7 +253,7 @@ Selective Dictionaries
 Paced provides a mechanism called the “enable list”, that allows a user
-to enable certain dictionaries given certain conditions.
+to enable certain dictionaries for completion given certain conditions.
    There are two enable lists: a global and local one.  They both work
 the same, with the local one taking precedence.  Each entry in the list
@@ -662,27 +656,27 @@ Tag Table:
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 Node: Copying1439
 Node: Introduction2231
-Node: Similar Packages3321
-Node: pabbrev3607
-Node: predictive4681
-Node: Installation5729
-Node: Dictionaries6174
-Node: Creating a Dictionary6578
-Node: Editing a Dictionary7618
-Node: Selective Dictionaries8094
-Node: Dictionary Files9693
-Node: Population Commands10784
-Node: Built-in Commands11720
-Node: Properties12517
-Node: Custom Commands13139
-Node: Asynchronous Population15866
-Node: Example Setups17059
-Node: Org Agenda Files17241
-Node: Project Files18497
-Node: Contributing19610
-Node: Bugs20094
-Node: Development20483
-Node: Documentation21450
+Node: Similar Packages3299
+Node: pabbrev3585
+Node: predictive4659
+Node: Installation5707
+Node: Dictionaries6152
+Node: Creating a Dictionary6556
+Node: Editing a Dictionary7596
+Node: Selective Dictionaries8072
+Node: Dictionary Files9686
+Node: Population Commands10777
+Node: Built-in Commands11713
+Node: Properties12510
+Node: Custom Commands13132
+Node: Asynchronous Population15859
+Node: Example Setups17052
+Node: Org Agenda Files17234
+Node: Project Files18490
+Node: Contributing19603
+Node: Bugs20087
+Node: Development20476
+Node: Documentation21443
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