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@@ -333,10 +333,10 @@ Cheng Gao: changed MORE.STUFF flymake.el tips.texi url-dired.el
url-file.el url-handlers.el url-http.el url-nfs.el
Chong Yidong: changed cus-edit.el simple.el files.el custom.el
- display.texi longlines.el xdisp.c files.texi keyboard.c compile.el
- custom.texi info.el text.texi frames.texi image-mode.el mouse.el
+ display.texi longlines.el xdisp.c files.texi info.el keyboard.c
+ compile.el custom.texi text.texi frames.texi image-mode.el mouse.el
misc.texi startup.el wid-edit.el xterm.c cus-theme.el
- and 296 other files
+ and 295 other files
Chris Hanson: changed xscheme.el scheme.el xterm.c hpux.h x11term.c
hp9000s300.h keyboard.c process.c texinfmt.el emacsclient.c sort.el
@@ -456,10 +456,9 @@ Dave Lambert: changed sol2-5.h xfns.c xterm.c xterm.h
Dave Love: wrote autoarg.el autoconf.el benchmark.el cfengine.el
code-pages.el elide-head.el georgian.el hl-line.el latin-8.el
- latin-9.el latin1-disp.el python.el refill.el rfc1345.el sgml-input.el
- smiley.el subst-big5.el subst-gb2312.el subst-jis.el subst-ksc.el
- tool-bar.el ucs-tables.el uni-input.el utf-16.el utf-7.el utf-8-lang.el
- welsh.el
+ latin-9.el latin1-disp.el refill.el rfc1345.el sgml-input.el smiley.el
+ subst-big5.el subst-gb2312.el subst-jis.el subst-ksc.el tool-bar.el
+ ucs-tables.el uni-input.el utf-16.el utf-7.el utf-8-lang.el welsh.el
and changed configure.in Makefile.in help.el fortran.el browse-url.el
mule-cmds.el simple.el xterm.c cus-edit.el files.el info.el mule.el
wid-edit.el fns.c vc.el rfc2047.el bindings.el cus-start.el buffer.c
@@ -1728,7 +1727,7 @@ Masayuki Ataka: changed texinfmt.el texinfo.el characters.el cmuscheme.el
Masayuki Fujii: changed dnd.el w32-win.el
Mathias Dahl: wrote image-dired.el
-and changed dired.el dired.texi
+and changed tumme.el dired.el dired.texi
Mathias Megyei: changed Makefile.in
@@ -2399,8 +2398,8 @@ and changed comint.el font-lock.el shell.el rmail.el fortran.el
Skip Collins: changed w32fns.c w32term.c w32term.h
-Slawomir Nowaczyk: changed emacs.py python.el TUTORIAL.pl flyspell.el
- ls-lisp.el w32proc.c
+Slawomir Nowaczyk: changed python.el TUTORIAL.pl flyspell.el ls-lisp.el
+ w32proc.c
Spencer Thomas: changed dabbrev.el emacsclient.c emacsserver.c gnus.texi
server.el tcp.c unexec.c
@@ -2460,7 +2459,7 @@ Steve Youngs: changed mh-utils.el mh-xemacs-compat.el dgnushack.el
Steven E. Harris: changed nnheader.el
-Steven Huwig: changed emacs.py python.el
+Steven Huwig: changed python.el
Steven L. Baur: wrote earcon.el footnote.el gnus-audio.el gnus-setup.el
and changed gnus-xmas.el gnus-msg.el add-log.el dgnushack.el edebug.el
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459 lisp/ldefs-boot.el
@@ -1129,8 +1129,8 @@ Returns list of symbols and documentation found.
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (archive-mode) "arc-mode" "arc-mode.el" (17956
-;;;;;; 9517))
+;;;### (autoloads (archive-mode) "arc-mode" "arc-mode.el" (17960
+;;;;;; 49045))
;;; Generated autoloads from arc-mode.el
(autoload (quote archive-mode) "arc-mode" "\
@@ -1795,7 +1795,7 @@ non-interactive use see also `benchmark-run' and
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (bibtex-mode) "bibtex" "textmodes/bibtex.el" (17956
-;;;;;; 9518))
+;;;;;; 21270))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/bibtex.el
(autoload (quote bibtex-mode) "bibtex" "\
@@ -2582,8 +2582,8 @@ name of buffer configuration.
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (insert-text-button make-text-button insert-button
-;;;;;; make-button define-button-type) "button" "button.el" (17935
-;;;;;; 59428))
+;;;;;; make-button define-button-type) "button" "button.el" (17964
+;;;;;; 48350))
;;; Generated autoloads from button.el
(defvar button-map (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap))) (define-key map "
@@ -2777,7 +2777,7 @@ and corresponding effects.
\(fn &optional ARG)" nil nil)
;;;***
-
+
;;;### (autoloads nil "cal-dst" "calendar/cal-dst.el" (17956 13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/cal-dst.el
@@ -2787,7 +2787,7 @@ and corresponding effects.
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (list-yahrzeit-dates) "cal-hebrew" "calendar/cal-hebrew.el"
+;;;### (autoloads (list-yahrzeit-dates) "cal-hebrew" "calendar/cal-hebrew.el"
;;;;;; (17956 13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/cal-hebrew.el
@@ -2802,7 +2802,7 @@ from the cursor position.
;;;### (autoloads (defmath calc-embedded-activate calc-embedded calc-grab-rectangle
;;;;;; calc-grab-region full-calc-keypad calc-keypad calc-eval quick-calc
-;;;;;; full-calc calc calc-dispatch calc-settings-file) "calc" "calc/calc.el"
+;;;;;; full-calc calc calc-dispatch calc-settings-file) "calc" "calc/calc.el"
;;;;;; (17965 11665))
;;; Generated autoloads from calc/calc.el
@@ -2909,7 +2909,7 @@ See the documentation for `calculator-mode' for more information.
;;;;;; all-christian-calendar-holidays all-hebrew-calendar-holidays
;;;;;; mark-holidays-in-calendar view-calendar-holidays-initially
;;;;;; calendar-remove-frame-by-deleting mark-diary-entries-in-calendar
-;;;;;; view-diary-entries-initially calendar-offset) "calendar"
+;;;;;; view-diary-entries-initially calendar-offset) "calendar"
;;;;;; "calendar/calendar.el" (17956 13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/calendar.el
@@ -3519,7 +3519,7 @@ Return the syntactic context of the current line.
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (pike-mode idl-mode java-mode objc-mode c++-mode
-;;;;;; c-mode c-initialize-cc-mode) "cc-mode" "progmodes/cc-mode.el"
+;;;;;; c-mode c-initialize-cc-mode) "cc-mode" "progmodes/cc-mode.el"
;;;;;; (17962 52849))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cc-mode.el
@@ -6020,10 +6020,10 @@ or call the function `global-cwarn-mode'.")
(custom-autoload (quote global-cwarn-mode) "cwarn" nil)
-(autoload (quote global-cwarn-mode) "cwarn" "\
+(autoload (quote global-cwarn-mode) "cwarn" "\
Toggle Cwarn mode in every possible buffer.
-With prefix ARG, turn Global-Cwarn mode on if and only if ARG is positive.
-Cwarn mode is actually not turned on in every buffer but only in those
+With prefix ARG, turn Global-Cwarn mode on if and only if ARG is positive.
+Cwarn mode is enabled in all buffers where `turn-on-cwarn-mode-if-enabled' would do it.
See `cwarn-mode' for more information on Cwarn mode.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
@@ -6736,7 +6736,7 @@ Not documented
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (diary-mode diary-mail-entries diary) "diary-lib"
+;;;### (autoloads (diary-mode diary-mail-entries diary) "diary-lib"
;;;;;; "calendar/diary-lib.el" (17958 11887))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/diary-lib.el
@@ -6848,7 +6848,7 @@ Minor mode for viewing/editing context diffs.
;;;### (autoloads (dired-mode dired-noselect dired-other-frame dired-other-window
;;;;;; dired dired-copy-preserve-time dired-dwim-target dired-keep-marker-symlink
;;;;;; dired-keep-marker-hardlink dired-keep-marker-copy dired-keep-marker-rename
-;;;;;; dired-trivial-filenames dired-ls-F-marks-symlinks dired-listing-switches)
+;;;;;; dired-trivial-filenames dired-ls-F-marks-symlinks dired-listing-switches)
;;;;;; "dired" "dired.el" (17963 25980))
;;; Generated autoloads from dired.el
@@ -7468,7 +7468,7 @@ true then the type of the file linked to by FILE is printed instead.
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (dired-do-relsymlink dired-jump) "dired-x" "dired-x.el"
+;;;### (autoloads (dired-do-relsymlink dired-jump) "dired-x" "dired-x.el"
;;;;;; (17962 27565))
;;; Generated autoloads from dired-x.el
@@ -7768,7 +7768,7 @@ Play sounds in message buffers.
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (easy-mmode-defsyntax easy-mmode-defmap easy-mmode-define-keymap
-;;;;;; define-globalized-minor-mode define-minor-mode) "easy-mmode"
+;;;;;; define-globalized-minor-mode define-minor-mode) "easy-mmode"
;;;;;; "emacs-lisp/easy-mmode.el" (17964 48351))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/easy-mmode.el
@@ -10905,7 +10905,7 @@ Set up hooks, load the cache file -- if existing -- and build the menu.
\(fn)" nil nil)
;;;***
-
+
;;;### (autoloads nil "fill" "textmodes/fill.el" (17961 33560))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/fill.el
(put 'colon-double-space 'safe-local-variable 'booleanp)
@@ -11327,7 +11327,7 @@ Turn flymake mode off.
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (flyspell-buffer flyspell-region flyspell-mode-off
-;;;;;; turn-off-flyspell turn-on-flyspell flyspell-mode flyspell-prog-mode)
+;;;;;; turn-off-flyspell turn-on-flyspell flyspell-mode flyspell-prog-mode)
;;;;;; "flyspell" "textmodes/flyspell.el" (17962 52849))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/flyspell.el
@@ -12008,7 +12008,7 @@ If CLEAN, obsolete (ignore).
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (gnus-article-prepare-display) "gnus-art" "gnus/gnus-art.el"
+;;;### (autoloads (gnus-article-prepare-display) "gnus-art" "gnus/gnus-art.el"
;;;;;; (17960 49045))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-art.el
@@ -13341,7 +13341,7 @@ This discards the buffer's undo information.
;;;### (autoloads (hi-lock-write-interactive-patterns hi-lock-unface-buffer
;;;;;; hi-lock-face-phrase-buffer hi-lock-face-buffer hi-lock-line-face-buffer
;;;;;; global-hi-lock-mode hi-lock-mode) "hi-lock" "hi-lock.el"
-;;;;;; (17860 50601))
+;;;;;; (17964 48351))
;;; Generated autoloads from hi-lock.el
(autoload (quote hi-lock-mode) "hi-lock" "\
@@ -13369,17 +13369,22 @@ called interactively, are:
Remove highlighting on matches of REGEXP in current buffer.
\\[hi-lock-write-interactive-patterns]
- Write active REGEXPs into buffer as comments (if possible). They will
+ Write active REGEXPs into buffer as comments (if possible). They may
be read the next time file is loaded or when the \\[hi-lock-find-patterns] command
is issued. The inserted regexps are in the form of font lock keywords.
- (See `font-lock-keywords'.) They may be edited and re-loaded with \\[hi-lock-find-patterns],
- any valid `font-lock-keywords' form is acceptable.
+ (See `font-lock-keywords'.) They may be edited and re-loaded with \\[hi-lock-find-patterns],
+ any valid `font-lock-keywords' form is acceptable. When a file is
+ loaded the patterns are read if `hi-lock-file-patterns-policy is
+ 'ask and the user responds y to the prompt, or if
+ `hi-lock-file-patterns-policy' is bound to a function and that
+ function returns t.
\\[hi-lock-find-patterns]
Re-read patterns stored in buffer (in the format produced by \\[hi-lock-write-interactive-patterns]).
-When hi-lock is started and if the mode is not excluded, the
-beginning of the buffer is searched for lines of the form:
+When hi-lock is started and if the mode is not excluded or patterns
+rejected, the beginning of the buffer is searched for lines of the
+form:
Hi-lock: FOO
where FOO is a list of patterns. These are added to the font lock
keywords already present. The patterns must start before position
@@ -13400,10 +13405,10 @@ or call the function `global-hi-lock-mode'.")
(custom-autoload (quote global-hi-lock-mode) "hi-lock" nil)
(autoload (quote global-hi-lock-mode) "hi-lock" "\
-Toggle Hi-Lock mode in every buffer.
+Toggle Hi-Lock mode in every possible buffer.
With prefix ARG, turn Global-Hi-Lock mode on if and only if ARG is positive.
-Hi-Lock mode is actually not turned on in every buffer but only in those
-in which `turn-on-hi-lock-if-enabled' turns it on.
+Hi-Lock mode is enabled in all buffers where `turn-on-hi-lock-if-enabled' would do it.
+See `hi-lock-mode' for more information on Hi-Lock mode.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
@@ -13828,7 +13833,7 @@ Global-Hl-Line mode uses the functions `global-hl-line-unhighlight' and
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (list-holidays holidays) "holidays" "calendar/holidays.el"
-;;;;;; (17842 53792))
+;;;;;; (17956 13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/holidays.el
(autoload (quote holidays) "holidays" "\
@@ -14508,7 +14513,7 @@ with no args, if that value is non-nil.
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (idlwave-shell) "idlw-shell" "progmodes/idlw-shell.el"
-;;;;;; (17935 59227))
+;;;;;; (17965 23638))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/idlw-shell.el
(autoload (quote idlwave-shell) "idlw-shell" "\
@@ -14669,8 +14674,8 @@ The main features of this mode are
;;;;;; ido-find-alternate-file ido-find-file-other-window ido-find-file
;;;;;; ido-find-file-in-dir ido-switch-buffer-other-frame ido-insert-buffer
;;;;;; ido-kill-buffer ido-display-buffer ido-switch-buffer-other-window
-;;;;;; ido-switch-buffer ido-mode ido-mode) "ido" "ido.el" (17932
-;;;;;; 16456))
+;;;;;; ido-switch-buffer ido-mode ido-mode) "ido" "ido.el" (17963
+;;;;;; 25911))
;;; Generated autoloads from ido.el
(defvar ido-mode nil "\
@@ -15137,6 +15142,145 @@ Example:
;;;***
+;;;### (autoloads (image-dired-dired-edit-comment-and-tags image-dired-mark-tagged-files
+;;;;;; image-dired-dired-comment-files image-dired-dired-display-image
+;;;;;; image-dired-dired-display-external image-dired-display-thumb
+;;;;;; image-dired-display-thumbs-append image-dired-setup-dired-keybindings
+;;;;;; image-dired-jump-thumbnail-buffer image-dired-delete-tag
+;;;;;; image-dired-tag-files image-dired-show-all-from-dir image-dired-display-thumbs
+;;;;;; image-dired-dired-with-window-configuration image-dired-dired-insert-marked-thumbs)
+;;;;;; "image-dired" "image-dired.el" (17963 26200))
+;;; Generated autoloads from image-dired.el
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-dired-insert-marked-thumbs) "image-dired" "\
+Insert thumbnails before file names of marked files in the dired buffer.
+
+\(fn)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-dired-with-window-configuration) "image-dired" "\
+Open directory DIR and create a default window configuration.
+
+Convenience command that:
+
+ - Opens dired in folder DIR
+ - Splits windows in most useful (?) way
+ - Set `truncate-lines' to t
+
+After the command has finished, you would typically mark some
+image files in dired and type
+\\[image-dired-display-thumbs] (`image-dired-display-thumbs').
+
+If called with prefix argument ARG, skip splitting of windows.
+
+The current window configuration is saved and can be restored by
+calling `image-dired-restore-window-configuration'.
+
+\(fn DIR &optional ARG)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-display-thumbs) "image-dired" "\
+Display thumbnails of all marked files, in `image-dired-thumbnail-buffer'.
+If a thumbnail image does not exist for a file, it is created on the
+fly. With prefix argument ARG, display only thumbnail for file at
+point (this is useful if you have marked some files but want to show
+another one).
+
+Recommended usage is to split the current frame horizontally so that
+you have the dired buffer in the left window and the
+`image-dired-thumbnail-buffer' buffer in the right window.
+
+With optional argument APPEND, append thumbnail to thumbnail buffer
+instead of erasing it first.
+
+Option argument DO-NOT-POP controls if `pop-to-buffer' should be
+used or not. If non-nil, use `display-buffer' instead of
+`pop-to-buffer'. This is used from functions like
+`image-dired-next-line-and-display' and
+`image-dired-previous-line-and-display' where we do not want the
+thumbnail buffer to be selected.
+
+\(fn &optional ARG APPEND DO-NOT-POP)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-show-all-from-dir) "image-dired" "\
+Make a preview buffer for all images in DIR and display it.
+If the number of files in DIR matching `image-file-name-regexp'
+exceeds `image-dired-show-all-from-dir-max-files', a warning will be
+displayed.
+
+\(fn DIR)" t nil)
+
+(defalias (quote image-dired) (quote image-dired-show-all-from-dir))
+
+(defalias (quote tumme) (quote image-dired-show-all-from-dir))
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-tag-files) "image-dired" "\
+Tag marked file(s) in dired. With prefix ARG, tag file at point.
+
+\(fn ARG)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-delete-tag) "image-dired" "\
+Remove tag for selected file(s).
+With prefix argument ARG, remove tag from file at point.
+
+\(fn ARG)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-jump-thumbnail-buffer) "image-dired" "\
+Jump to thumbnail buffer.
+
+\(fn)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-setup-dired-keybindings) "image-dired" "\
+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'.
+
+\(fn)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-display-thumbs-append) "image-dired" "\
+Append thumbnails to `image-dired-thumbnail-buffer'.
+
+\(fn)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-display-thumb) "image-dired" "\
+Shorthand for `image-dired-display-thumbs' with prefix argument.
+
+\(fn)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-dired-display-external) "image-dired" "\
+Display file at point using an external viewer.
+
+\(fn)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-dired-display-image) "image-dired" "\
+Display current image file.
+See documentation for `image-dired-display-image' for more information.
+With prefix argument ARG, display image in its original size.
+
+\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-dired-comment-files) "image-dired" "\
+Add comment to current or marked files in dired.
+
+\(fn)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-mark-tagged-files) "image-dired" "\
+Use regexp to mark files with matching tag.
+A `tag' is a keyword, a piece of meta data, associated with an
+image file and stored in image-dired's database file. This command
+lets you input a regexp and this will be matched against all tags
+on all image files in the database file. The files that have a
+matching tags will be marked in the dired buffer.
+
+\(fn)" t nil)
+
+(autoload (quote image-dired-dired-edit-comment-and-tags) "image-dired" "\
+Edit comment and tags of current or marked image files.
+Edit comment and tags for all marked image files in an
+easy-to-use form.
+
+\(fn)" t nil)
+
+;;;***
+
;;;### (autoloads (auto-image-file-mode insert-image-file image-file-name-regexp
;;;;;; image-file-name-regexps image-file-name-extensions) "image-file"
;;;;;; "image-file.el" (17842 58279))
@@ -15464,7 +15608,7 @@ of `inferior-lisp-program'). Runs the hooks from
;;;### (autoloads (Info-speedbar-browser Info-goto-emacs-key-command-node
;;;;;; Info-goto-emacs-command-node Info-mode info-apropos Info-index
;;;;;; Info-directory Info-on-current-buffer info-standalone info-emacs-manual
-;;;;;; info info-other-window) "info" "info.el" (17936 34375))
+;;;;;; info info-other-window) "info" "info.el" (17964 52883))
;;; Generated autoloads from info.el
(autoload (quote info-other-window) "info" "\
@@ -16791,7 +16935,7 @@ such as redefining an Emacs function.
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (locate-with-filter locate locate-ls-subdir-switches)
-;;;;;; "locate" "locate.el" (17842 58279))
+;;;;;; "locate" "locate.el" (17965 12050))
;;; Generated autoloads from locate.el
(defvar locate-ls-subdir-switches "-al" "\
@@ -16819,7 +16963,9 @@ the variables `locate-command' or `locate-make-command-line'.
The main use of FILTER is to implement `locate-with-filter'. See
the docstring of that function for its meaning.
-\(fn SEARCH-STRING &optional FILTER)" t nil)
+ARG is the interactive prefix arg.
+
+\(fn SEARCH-STRING &optional FILTER ARG)" t nil)
(autoload (quote locate-with-filter) "locate" "\
Run the executable program `locate' with a filter.
@@ -16831,10 +16977,12 @@ that lists only those lines in the output of the locate program that
contain a match for the regular expression FILTER; this is often useful
to constrain a big search.
+ARG is the interactive prefix arg, which has the same effect as in `locate'.
+
When called from Lisp, this function is identical with `locate',
except that FILTER is not optional.
-\(fn SEARCH-STRING FILTER)" t nil)
+\(fn SEARCH-STRING FILTER &optional ARG)" t nil)
;;;***
@@ -16998,8 +17146,8 @@ Otherwise they are treated as Emacs regexps (for backward compatibility).")
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (phases-of-moon) "lunar" "calendar/lunar.el" (17916
-;;;;;; 10998))
+;;;### (autoloads (phases-of-moon) "lunar" "calendar/lunar.el" (17956
+;;;;;; 13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/lunar.el
(autoload (quote phases-of-moon) "lunar" "\
@@ -19697,7 +19845,7 @@ See the command `outline-mode' for more information on this mode.
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (show-paren-mode) "paren" "paren.el" (17842 58279))
+;;;### (autoloads (show-paren-mode) "paren" "paren.el" (17960 50513))
;;; Generated autoloads from paren.el
(defvar show-paren-mode nil "\
@@ -19722,7 +19870,7 @@ in `show-paren-style' after `show-paren-delay' seconds of Emacs idle time.
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (parse-time-string) "parse-time" "calendar/parse-time.el"
-;;;;;; (17842 53792))
+;;;;;; (17957 43164))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/parse-time.el
(autoload (quote parse-time-string) "parse-time" "\
@@ -20150,7 +20298,7 @@ The exact behavior is determined also by `cvs-dired-use-hook'." (when (stringp d
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (perl-mode) "perl-mode" "progmodes/perl-mode.el"
-;;;;;; (17955 36604))
+;;;;;; (17962 28280))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/perl-mode.el
(autoload (quote perl-mode) "perl-mode" "\
@@ -21506,81 +21654,6 @@ If EXTENSION is any other symbol, it is ignored.
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (jython-mode python-mode run-python) "python" "progmodes/python.el"
-;;;;;; (17956 9518))
-;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/python.el
-
-(add-to-list (quote interpreter-mode-alist) (quote ("jython" . jython-mode)))
-
-(add-to-list (quote interpreter-mode-alist) (quote ("python" . python-mode)))
-
-(add-to-list (quote auto-mode-alist) (quote ("\\.py\\'" . python-mode)))
-
-(autoload (quote run-python) "python" "\
-Run an inferior Python process, input and output via buffer *Python*.
-CMD is the Python command to run. NOSHOW non-nil means don't show the
-buffer automatically.
-
-Normally, if there is a process already running in `python-buffer',
-switch to that buffer. Interactively, a prefix arg allows you to edit
-the initial command line (default is `python-command'); `-i' etc. args
-will be added to this as appropriate. A new process is started if:
-one isn't running attached to `python-buffer', or interactively the
-default `python-command', or argument NEW is non-nil. See also the
-documentation for `python-buffer'.
-
-Runs the hook `inferior-python-mode-hook' (after the
-`comint-mode-hook' is run). (Type \\[describe-mode] in the process
-buffer for a list of commands.)
-
-\(fn &optional CMD NOSHOW NEW)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote python-mode) "python" "\
-Major mode for editing Python files.
-Font Lock mode is currently required for correct parsing of the source.
-See also `jython-mode', which is actually invoked if the buffer appears to
-contain Jython code. See also `run-python' and associated Python mode
-commands for running Python under Emacs.
-
-The Emacs commands which work with `defun's, e.g. \\[beginning-of-defun], deal
-with nested `def' and `class' blocks. They take the innermost one as
-current without distinguishing method and class definitions. Used multiple
-times, they move over others at the same indentation level until they reach
-the end of definitions at that level, when they move up a level.
-\\<python-mode-map>
-Colon is electric: it outdents the line if appropriate, e.g. for
-an else statement. \\[python-backspace] at the beginning of an indented statement
-deletes a level of indentation to close the current block; otherwise it
-deletes a character backward. TAB indents the current line relative to
-the preceding code. Successive TABs, with no intervening command, cycle
-through the possibilities for indentation on the basis of enclosing blocks.
-
-\\[fill-paragraph] fills comments and multi-line strings appropriately, but has no
-effect outside them.
-
-Supports Eldoc mode (only for functions, using a Python process),
-Info-Look and Imenu. In Outline minor mode, `class' and `def'
-lines count as headers. Symbol completion is available in the
-same way as in the Python shell using the `rlcompleter' module
-and this is added to the Hippie Expand functions locally if
-Hippie Expand mode is turned on. Completion of symbols of the
-form x.y only works if the components are literal
-module/attribute names, not variables. An abbrev table is set up
-with skeleton expansions for compound statement templates.
-
-\\{python-mode-map}
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote jython-mode) "python" "\
-Major mode for editing Jython files.
-Like `python-mode', but sets up parameters for Jython subprocesses.
-Runs `jython-mode-hook' after `python-mode-hook'.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-;;;***
-
;;;### (autoloads (quoted-printable-decode-region) "qp" "gnus/qp.el"
;;;;;; (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/qp.el
@@ -24197,7 +24270,7 @@ Turning on Sieve mode runs `sieve-mode-hook'.
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads nil "simple" "simple.el" (17949 41467))
+;;;### (autoloads nil "simple" "simple.el" (17965 11665))
;;; Generated autoloads from simple.el
(put 'fill-prefix 'safe-local-variable 'string-or-null-p)
@@ -24470,7 +24543,7 @@ then `snmpv2-mode-hook'.
;;;### (autoloads (solar-equinoxes-solstices sunrise-sunset calendar-location-name
;;;;;; calendar-longitude calendar-latitude calendar-time-display-form)
-;;;;;; "solar" "calendar/solar.el" (17916 11038))
+;;;;;; "solar" "calendar/solar.el" (17956 13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/solar.el
(defvar calendar-time-display-form (quote (12-hours ":" minutes am-pm (if time-zone " (") time-zone (if time-zone ")"))) "\
@@ -25460,7 +25533,7 @@ Studlify-case the current buffer.
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (locate-library) "subr" "subr.el" (17949 41467))
+;;;### (autoloads (locate-library) "subr" "subr.el" (17964 48351))
;;; Generated autoloads from subr.el
(autoload (quote locate-library) "subr" "\
@@ -25514,7 +25587,7 @@ before, and `sc-post-hook' is run after the guts of this function.
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (t-mouse-mode) "t-mouse" "t-mouse.el" (17938 61442))
+;;;### (autoloads (t-mouse-mode) "t-mouse" "t-mouse.el" (17963 25911))
;;; Generated autoloads from t-mouse.el
(defvar t-mouse-mode nil "\
@@ -26909,7 +26982,7 @@ Not documented
;;;### (autoloads (thumbs-dired-setroot thumbs-dired-show thumbs-dired-show-marked
;;;;;; thumbs-show-from-dir thumbs-find-thumb) "thumbs" "thumbs.el"
-;;;;;; (17842 58278))
+;;;;;; (17963 26308))
;;; Generated autoloads from thumbs.el
(autoload (quote thumbs-find-thumb) "thumbs" "\
@@ -27493,7 +27566,7 @@ Its value should be an event that has a binding in MENU.
;;;### (autoloads (todo-show todo-cp todo-mode todo-print todo-top-priorities
;;;;;; todo-insert-item todo-add-item-non-interactively todo-add-category)
-;;;;;; "todo-mode" "calendar/todo-mode.el" (17842 53792))
+;;;;;; "todo-mode" "calendar/todo-mode.el" (17962 52848))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/todo-mode.el
(autoload (quote todo-add-category) "todo-mode" "\
@@ -27846,142 +27919,6 @@ Not documented
;;;***
-;;;### (autoloads (tumme-dired-edit-comment-and-tags tumme-mark-tagged-files
-;;;;;; tumme-dired-comment-files tumme-dired-display-image tumme-dired-display-external
-;;;;;; tumme-display-thumb tumme-display-thumbs-append tumme-setup-dired-keybindings
-;;;;;; tumme-jump-thumbnail-buffer tumme-delete-tag tumme-tag-files
-;;;;;; tumme-show-all-from-dir tumme-display-thumbs tumme-dired-with-window-configuration
-;;;;;; tumme-dired-insert-marked-thumbs) "tumme" "tumme.el" (17842
-;;;;;; 58278))
-;;; Generated autoloads from tumme.el
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-dired-insert-marked-thumbs) "tumme" "\
-Insert thumbnails before file names of marked files in the dired buffer.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-dired-with-window-configuration) "tumme" "\
-Open directory DIR and create a default window configuration.
-
-Convenience command that:
-
- - Opens dired in folder DIR
- - Splits windows in most useful (?) way
- - Set `truncate-lines' to t
-
-After the command has finished, you would typically mark some
-image files in dired and type
-\\[tumme-display-thumbs] (`tumme-display-thumbs').
-
-If called with prefix argument ARG, skip splitting of windows.
-
-The current window configuration is saved and can be restored by
-calling `tumme-restore-window-configuration'.
-
-\(fn DIR &optional ARG)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-display-thumbs) "tumme" "\
-Display thumbnails of all marked files, in `tumme-thumbnail-buffer'.
-If a thumbnail image does not exist for a file, it is created on the
-fly. With prefix argument ARG, display only thumbnail for file at
-point (this is useful if you have marked some files but want to show
-another one).
-
-Recommended usage is to split the current frame horizontally so that
-you have the dired buffer in the left window and the
-`tumme-thumbnail-buffer' buffer in the right window.
-
-With optional argument APPEND, append thumbnail to thumbnail buffer
-instead of erasing it first.
-
-Option argument DO-NOT-POP controls if `pop-to-buffer' should be
-used or not. If non-nil, use `display-buffer' instead of
-`pop-to-buffer'. This is used from functions like
-`tumme-next-line-and-display' and
-`tumme-previous-line-and-display' where we do not want the
-thumbnail buffer to be selected.
-
-\(fn &optional ARG APPEND DO-NOT-POP)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-show-all-from-dir) "tumme" "\
-Make a preview buffer for all images in DIR and display it.
-If the number of files in DIR matching `image-file-name-regexp'
-exceeds `tumme-show-all-from-dir-max-files', a warning will be
-displayed.
-
-\(fn DIR)" t nil)
-
-(defalias (quote tumme) (quote tumme-show-all-from-dir))
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-tag-files) "tumme" "\
-Tag marked file(s) in dired. With prefix ARG, tag file at point.
-
-\(fn ARG)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-delete-tag) "tumme" "\
-Remove tag for selected file(s).
-With prefix argument ARG, remove tag from file at point.
-
-\(fn ARG)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-jump-thumbnail-buffer) "tumme" "\
-Jump to thumbnail buffer.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-setup-dired-keybindings) "tumme" "\
-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
-`tumme-dired-x-line'.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-display-thumbs-append) "tumme" "\
-Append thumbnails to `tumme-thumbnail-buffer'.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-display-thumb) "tumme" "\
-Shorthand for `tumme-display-thumbs' with prefix argument.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-dired-display-external) "tumme" "\
-Display file at point using an external viewer.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-dired-display-image) "tumme" "\
-Display current image file.
-See documentation for `tumme-display-image' for more information.
-With prefix argument ARG, display image in its original size.
-
-\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-dired-comment-files) "tumme" "\
-Add comment to current or marked files in dired.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-mark-tagged-files) "tumme" "\
-Use regexp to mark files with matching tag.
-A `tag' is a keyword, a piece of meta data, associated with an
-image file and stored in tumme's database file. This command
-lets you input a regexp and this will be matched against all tags
-on all image files in the database file. The files that have a
-matching tags will be marked in the dired buffer.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-(autoload (quote tumme-dired-edit-comment-and-tags) "tumme" "\
-Edit comment and tags of current or marked image files.
-Edit comment and tags for all marked image files in an
-easy-to-use form.
-
-\(fn)" t nil)
-
-;;;***
-
;;;### (autoloads (help-with-tutorial) "tutorial" "tutorial.el" (17892
;;;;;; 62683))
;;; Generated autoloads from tutorial.el
@@ -29317,7 +29254,7 @@ find any project directory." (let ((project-dir (getenv "PROJECTDIR")) dirs dir)
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (vhdl-mode) "vhdl-mode" "progmodes/vhdl-mode.el"
-;;;;;; (17854 10062))
+;;;;;; (17962 27361))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/vhdl-mode.el
(autoload (quote vhdl-mode) "vhdl-mode" "\
@@ -30980,7 +30917,7 @@ Zone out, completely.
;;;;;; "url/url-vars.el" "url/vc-dav.el" "vc-hooks.el" "vcursor.el"
;;;;;; "version.el" "vms-patch.el" "vmsproc.el" "vt-control.el"
;;;;;; "vt100-led.el" "w32-fns.el" "w32-vars.el" "widget.el" "window.el"
-;;;;;; "x-dnd.el") (17956 9728 35408))
+;;;;;; "x-dnd.el") (17965 26976 559735))
;;;***
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