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Replace .htm suffix with .html for MH book files.
(Using This Manual): Update key binding for getting relevant chapter
in Info from command key.
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@@ -5,6 +5,16 @@
5 5 * mh-e.texi (VERSION, EDITION, UPDATED, UPDATE-MONTH): Update for
6 6 release 8.0.
7 7
  8 +2006-05-06 Bill Wohler <wohler@newt.com>
  9 +
  10 + * mh-e.texi (MH-BOOK-HOME): Change from
  11 + http://www.ics.uci.edu/~mh/book/mh to
  12 + http://rand-mh.sourceforge.net/book/mh.
  13 + Replace .htm suffix with .html for MH book files.
  14 + (Using This Manual): Update key binding for getting relevant
  15 + chapter in Info from command key.
  16 + (Ranges): Fix itemx.
  17 +
8 18 2006-05-06 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
9 19
10 20 * makefile.w32-in (emacs.dvi):
70 man/mh-e.texi
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
16 16 @set UPDATE-MONTH May, 2006
17 17
18 18 @c Other variables.
19   -@set MH-BOOK-HOME http://www.ics.uci.edu/~mh/book/mh
  19 +@set MH-BOOK-HOME http://rand-mh.sourceforge.net/book/mh
20 20 @set MH-E-HOME http://mh-e.sourceforge.net/
21 21
22 22 @c Copyright
@@ -564,12 +564,12 @@ has packages for both of these.
564 564 If you've never run MH before, you need to run @command{install-mh}
565 565 from the shell before you continue. This sets up your personal MH
566 566 environment@footnote{See the section
567   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/../overall/setup.htm, Setting Up MH} in the
  567 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/../overall/setup.html, Setting Up MH} in the
568 568 MH book.}. If you don't, you'll be greeted with the error message:
569 569 @samp{Install MH and run install-mh before running MH-E}. This is all
570 570 you need to know about MH to use MH-E, but the more you know about MH,
571 571 the more you can leverage its power. See the
572   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}, MH book} to learn more about MH.
  572 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/../, MH book} to learn more about MH.
573 573
574 574 @cindex @samp{Path:} MH profile component
575 575 @cindex MH profile
@@ -763,10 +763,10 @@ message. Type @kbd{C-c C-c} now. That's all there is to it!
763 763 To read the mail you've just sent yourself, enter @kbd{M-x mh-rmail}.
764 764 This incorporates the new mail and puts the output from
765 765 @command{inc}@footnote{See the section
766   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.htm, Reading Mail: inc show next
  766 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.html, Reading Mail: inc show next
767 767 prev} in the MH book.} (called @dfn{scan lines} after the MH program
768 768 @command{scan}@footnote{See the section
769   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/faswsprs.htm, Find and Specify with scan
  769 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/faswsprs.html, Find and Specify with scan
770 770 pick Ranges Sequences} in the MH book.} which prints a one-line
771 771 summary of each message) into a buffer called @samp{+inbox} whose
772 772 major mode is MH-Folder.
@@ -1088,7 +1088,7 @@ i} to read this manual via Info. The online help is quite good; try
1088 1088 running @kbd{C-h C-h}. This brings up a list of available help topics,
1089 1089 one of which displays the documentation for a given key (like @kbd{C-h
1090 1090 k C-n}). Another useful help feature is to view the manual section
1091   -that describes a given key (such as @kbd{C-h C-k i}). In addition,
  1091 +that describes a given key (such as @kbd{C-h K i}). In addition,
1092 1092 review @ref{Conventions}, if any of the GNU Emacs conventions are
1093 1093 strange to you.
1094 1094
@@ -1158,7 +1158,7 @@ mh-execute-commands @key{RET}}. If you write your own functions,
1158 1158 please do not prefix your symbols (variables and functions) with
1159 1159 @samp{mh-}. This prefix is reserved for the MH-E package. To avoid
1160 1160 conflicts with existing MH-E symbols, use a prefix like @samp{my-} or
1161   -your initials.
  1161 +your initials. (Unless, of course, your initials happen to be @emph{mh}!)
1162 1162
1163 1163 @menu
1164 1164 * Options::
@@ -1252,7 +1252,7 @@ Indicates all messages in the range <num1> to <num2>, inclusive. The
1252 1252 range must be nonempty.
1253 1253 @c -------------------------
1254 1254 @item <num>:N
1255   -@item <num>:+N
  1255 +@itemx <num>:+N
1256 1256 @itemx <num>:-N
1257 1257 Up to N messages beginning with (or ending with) message num. Num may
1258 1258 be any of the predefined symbols: first, prev, cur, next or last.
@@ -1459,8 +1459,8 @@ is an absolute pathname, the file is assumed to be in the
1459 1459 @code{mh-progs} directory (@pxref{Getting Started}). You may also link
1460 1460 a file to @command{inc} that uses a different format (see
1461 1461 @samp{mh-profile}(5), and sections
1462   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.htm, Reading Mail: inc show next
1463   -prev} and @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mhstr.htm, MH Format Strings} in
  1462 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.html, Reading Mail: inc show next
  1463 +prev} and @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mhstr.html, MH Format Strings} in
1464 1464 the MH book). You'll then need to modify several variables
1465 1465 appropriately (@pxref{Scan Line Formats}).
1466 1466
@@ -2169,7 +2169,7 @@ Default mhl Format} to get the same output as you would get if you ran
2169 2169 @command{mhl} from the shell. If you have a format file that you want
2170 2170 MH-E to use, you can set this option to @samp{Specify an mhl Format
2171 2171 File} and enter the name of your format file (@command{mhl}(1) or
2172   -section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.htm#Usisho, Using mhl} in
  2172 +section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.html#Usisho, Using mhl} in
2173 2173 the MH book tells you how to write one). Your format file should
2174 2174 specify a non-zero value for @samp{overflowoffset} to allow MH-E to
2175 2175 parse the header. Note that @command{mhl} is always used for printing
@@ -2291,9 +2291,9 @@ MH has the ability to display @dfn{@sc{mime}} (Multipurpose Internet
2291 2291 Mail Extensions) messages which are simply messages with additional
2292 2292 @dfn{body parts} or @dfn{attachments}. You can use the MH commands
2293 2293 @command{show}@footnote{See the section
2294   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.htm, Reading Mail: inc show next
  2294 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.html, Reading Mail: inc show next
2295 2295 prev} in the MH book.} or @command{mhshow}@footnote{See the section
2296   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.htm#ReMIMa, Reading MIME Mail} in
  2296 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.html#ReMIMa, Reading MIME Mail} in
2297 2297 the MH book.} from the shell to read @sc{mime} messages@footnote{You
2298 2298 can call them directly from Emacs if you're running the X Window
2299 2299 System: type @kbd{M-! xterm -e mhshow @var{message-number}}. You can
@@ -2656,7 +2656,7 @@ use @kbd{D @key{BS}} (@code{mh-page-digest-backwards}).
2656 2656
2657 2657 Another handy command is @kbd{D b} (@code{mh-burst-digest}). This
2658 2658 command uses the MH command @command{burst}@footnote{See the section
2659   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/burdig.htm, Bursting Messages} in the MH
  2659 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/burdig.html, Bursting Messages} in the MH
2660 2660 book.} to break out each message in the digest into its own message.
2661 2661 Using this command, you can quickly delete unwanted messages, like
2662 2662 this: Once the digest is split up, toggle out of MH-Folder Show mode
@@ -2867,7 +2867,7 @@ An alternative to using the @samp{ps-print} package is the command
2867 2867 @kbd{P l} (@code{mh-print-msg}) (the @i{l} is for @i{l}ine printer or
2868 2868 @i{l}pr). You can print all the messages in a range. The message is
2869 2869 formatted with @command{mhl}@footnote{See the section
2870   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.htm#Usisho, Using mhl} in the MH
  2870 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.html#Usisho, Using mhl} in the MH
2871 2871 book.} and printed with the @command{lpr} command.
2872 2872
2873 2873 @kindex P f
@@ -3471,8 +3471,8 @@ bindings, for example:
3471 3471
3472 3472 MH-E has analogies for each of the MH @command{folder} and
3473 3473 @command{refile} commands@footnote{See the sections
3474   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/fol.htm#Youfol, Your Current Folder:
3475   -folder} and @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/fol.htm#Movref, Moving and
  3474 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/fol.html#Youfol, Your Current Folder:
  3475 +folder} and @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/fol.html#Movref, Moving and
3476 3476 Linking Messages: refile} in the MH book.}. To refile a message in
3477 3477 another folder, use the command @kbd{o} (@code{mh-refile-msg})
3478 3478 (mnemonic: ``output''). You are prompted for the folder name
@@ -3720,7 +3720,7 @@ Use this hook with care. If there is a bug in your hook which returns
3720 3720
3721 3721 The option @code{mh-sortm-args} holds extra arguments to pass on to
3722 3722 the command @command{sortm}@footnote{See the section
3723   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sorsor.htm, Sorting Messages: sortm} in the
  3723 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sorsor.html, Sorting Messages: sortm} in the
3724 3724 MH book.} when a prefix argument is used with @kbd{F S}. Normally
3725 3725 default arguments to @command{sortm} are specified in the MH profile.
3726 3726 This option may be used to provide an alternate view. For example,
@@ -4103,7 +4103,7 @@ recipients.
4103 4103 @vindex mh-reply-default-reply-to
4104 4104
4105 4105 Depending on your answer, @command{repl}@footnote{See the section
4106   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reprep.htm, Replying to Messages: repl} in
  4106 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reprep.html, Replying to Messages: repl} in
4107 4107 the MH book.} is given a different argument to form your reply.
4108 4108 Specifically, a choice of @kbd{from} or none at all runs @samp{repl
4109 4109 -nocc all}, and a choice of @kbd{to} runs @samp{repl -cc to}. Finally,
@@ -4133,7 +4133,7 @@ If you supply a prefix argument (as in @kbd{C-u r}), the message you
4133 4133 are replying to is inserted in your reply after having first been run
4134 4134 through @command{mhl} with the format file @file{mhl.reply}. See
4135 4135 @command{mhl}(1) or the section
4136   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.htm#Usisho, Using mhl} in the MH
  4136 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/shomes.html#Usisho, Using mhl} in the MH
4137 4137 book to see how you can modify the default @file{mhl.reply} file.
4138 4138
4139 4139 @vindex mh-yank-behavior
@@ -4169,7 +4169,7 @@ To forward a message, use the @kbd{f} (@code{mh-forward}) command. You
4169 4169 are prompted for the @samp{To:} and @samp{cc:} recipients. You are
4170 4170 given a draft to edit that looks like it would if you had run the MH
4171 4171 command @command{forw}@footnote{See the section
4172   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/forfor.htm, Forwarding Messages: forw} in
  4172 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/forfor.html, Forwarding Messages: forw} in
4173 4173 the MH book.}. You can then add some text (@pxref{Editing Drafts}).
4174 4174 You can forward several messages by using a range (@pxref{Ranges}).
4175 4175 All of the messages in the range are inserted into your draft. The
@@ -4243,10 +4243,10 @@ For more information on redistributing messages, see
4243 4243
4244 4244 The option @code{mh-redist-full-contents-flag} must be turned on if
4245 4245 @command{dist}@footnote{See the section
4246   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/disdis.htm, Distributing Messages with
  4246 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/disdis.html, Distributing Messages with
4247 4247 dist} in the MH book.} requires the whole letter for redistribution,
4248 4248 which is the case if @command{send}@footnote{See the section
4249   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sensen.htm, Sending Some Mail: comp send}
  4249 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sensen.html, Sending Some Mail: comp send}
4250 4250 in the MH book.} is compiled with the @sc{berk} option (which many
4251 4251 people abhor). If you find that MH will not allow you to redistribute
4252 4252 a message that has been redistributed before, turn off this option.
@@ -5143,7 +5143,7 @@ although it provides a handful of commands prefixed with @kbd{C-c C-m}
5143 5143 to insert the directives so you don't need to remember the syntax of
5144 5144 them. Remember: you can always add MH-style directives by
5145 5145 hand@footnote{See the section
5146   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.htm#SeMIMa, Sending MIME Mail} in
  5146 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.html#SeMIMa, Sending MIME Mail} in
5147 5147 the MH book.}.
5148 5148
5149 5149 @cindex MIME Meta Language (MML)
@@ -5432,7 +5432,7 @@ If you're using MH-style directives, use @kbd{C-c C-e}
5432 5432 (@code{mh-mh-to-mime}) instead of @kbd{C-c C-m C-m}. This runs the
5433 5433 command @command{mhbuild} (@command{mhn}) on the message which expands
5434 5434 the tags@footnote{See the section
5435   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.htm#SeMIMa, Sending MIME Mail} in
  5435 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/usimim.html#SeMIMa, Sending MIME Mail} in
5436 5436 the MH book.}. This action can be undone by running @kbd{C-c C-m C-u}
5437 5437 (@code{mh-mh-to-mime-undo}), which works by reverting to a backup
5438 5438 file. You are prompted to confirm this action, but you can avoid the
@@ -5565,7 +5565,7 @@ The command @kbd{C-c C-w} (@code{mh-check-whom}) expands aliases so
5565 5565 you can check the actual address(es) in the alias. A new buffer named
5566 5566 @samp{*MH-E Recipients*} is created with the output of @command{whom}
5567 5567 (@pxref{Miscellaneous})@footnote{See the section
5568   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/senove.htm#WhaPro, What now? -- and the
  5568 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/senove.html#WhaPro, What now? -- and the
5569 5569 whatnow Program} in the MH book.}.
5570 5570
5571 5571 @node Sending Message, Killing Draft, Checking Recipients, Editing Drafts
@@ -5599,7 +5599,7 @@ spelling in your message before sending, add the function
5599 5599 @vindex mh-send-prog
5600 5600
5601 5601 In case the MH @command{send} program@footnote{See the section
5602   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sensen.htm, Sending Some Mail: comp send}
  5602 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/sensen.html, Sending Some Mail: comp send}
5603 5603 in the MH book.} is installed under a different name, use
5604 5604 @code{mh-send-prog} to tell MH-E the name.
5605 5605
@@ -5780,7 +5780,7 @@ Recipients}.
5780 5780
5781 5781 MH-E loads aliases for completion and folder name hints from various
5782 5782 places. It uses the MH command @command{ali}@footnote{See the section
5783   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mh.htm, MH Aliases} in the MH book.} to
  5783 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mh.html, MH Aliases} in the MH book.} to
5784 5784 read aliases from the files listed in the profile component
5785 5785 @samp{Aliasfile:} as well as system-wide aliases (for example,
5786 5786 @file{/etc/nmh/MailAliases}).
@@ -6253,7 +6253,7 @@ contains these items. Dismiss the speedbar with @kbd{C-x 5 0}
6253 6253 @cindex customization group, @samp{mh-speedbar}
6254 6254
6255 6255 The MH-E speedbar uses the MH command @command{flists}@footnote{See
6256   -the section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/morseq.htm#flist, Searching for
  6256 +the section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/morseq.html#flist, Searching for
6257 6257 Sequences with flist} in the MH book.} to generate the list of
6258 6258 folders. The @samp{mh-speedbar} customization group contains the
6259 6259 following option which controls how often the speedbar calls
@@ -6951,7 +6951,7 @@ mknmz -f /home/user/Mail/.namazu/mknmzrc -O /home/user/Mail/.namazu \
6951 6951 This search method does not require any setup.
6952 6952
6953 6953 Read @command{pick}(1) or the section
6954   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/finpic.htm, Finding Messages with pick} in
  6954 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/finpic.html, Finding Messages with pick} in
6955 6955 the MH book to find out more about how to enter the criteria.
6956 6956
6957 6957 @subsection grep
@@ -7180,7 +7180,7 @@ messages matching the content of the respective field in the current
7180 7180 message. However, you can give any of these a prefix argument to edit
7181 7181 the @command{pick} expression used to narrow the view@footnote{See
7182 7182 @command{pick}(1) or the section
7183   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/finpic.htm, Finding Messages with pick} in
  7183 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/finpic.html, Finding Messages with pick} in
7184 7184 the MH book.}.
7185 7185
7186 7186 @cindex @samp{tick} sequence
@@ -7212,7 +7212,7 @@ command. Give this command a prefix argument to remove all limits.
7212 7212
7213 7213 For the whole scoop on MH sequences, refer to
7214 7214 @samp{mh-sequence}(5)@footnote{See the section
7215   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/morseq.htm, More About Sequences} in the MH
  7215 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/morseq.html, More About Sequences} in the MH
7216 7216 book.}. As you've read, several of the MH-E commands can operate on a
7217 7217 sequence, which is a shorthand for a range or group of messages. For
7218 7218 example, you might want to forward several messages to a friend or
@@ -7452,7 +7452,7 @@ from the unseen sequence.
7452 7452
7453 7453 With the exceptions of @kbd{S n} and @kbd{S w}, the underlying MH
7454 7454 command dealing with sequences is @command{mark}@footnote{See the
7455   -section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mmbwm.htm, Make Message Bookmarks
  7455 +section @uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/mmbwm.html, Make Message Bookmarks
7456 7456 with mark} in the MH book.}.
7457 7457
7458 7458 @node Junk, Miscellaneous, Sequences, Top
@@ -8050,7 +8050,7 @@ Unless this variable contains an absolute pathname, it is assumed to
8050 8050 be in the @code{mh-progs} directory (@pxref{Getting Started}). You may
8051 8051 link another program to @command{scan} (see @samp{mh-profile}(5)) to
8052 8052 produce a different type of listing@footnote{See the section
8053   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/faswsprs.htm, Find and Specify with scan
  8053 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/faswsprs.html, Find and Specify with scan
8054 8054 pick Ranges Sequences} in the MH book.}.
8055 8055
8056 8056 @cindex regular expressions, scan line formats
@@ -8087,7 +8087,7 @@ The first variable has to do with pruning out garbage.
8087 8087 This regular expression describes a valid scan line. This is used to
8088 8088 eliminate error messages that are occasionally produced by
8089 8089 @command{inc}@footnote{See the section
8090   -@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.htm, Reading Mail: inc show next
  8090 +@uref{@value{MH-BOOK-HOME}/reapre.html, Reading Mail: inc show next
8091 8091 prev} in the MH book.} or @command{scan} (default: @code{"^ *[0-9]"}).
8092 8092 @end vtable
8093 8093

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