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Commits on Feb 13, 2011
  1. Update to 2.72.

    ryoon authored
    Changelog:
    2006-10-10 04:26:33 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-147
    
        Summary:
          Release emacs-wiki 2.72.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-147
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-version): Release emacs-wiki 2.72.
    
        * emacs-wiki-colors.el (emacs-wiki-use-font-lock): Fix bug that was
          noticed with recent builds of Emacs 22.  Improper quoting was used.
          Thanks to Chong Yidong and intrigeri for noticing this.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog README emacs-wiki-colors.el emacs-wiki.el
         emacs-wiki.texi
    
    
    2006-10-10 04:20:02 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-146
    
        Summary:
          Debian packaging changes from February.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-146
    
    
        new files:
         debian/.arch-ids/compat.id debian/compat
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog debian/NEWS debian/changelog debian/control
         debian/rules
    
    
    2006-02-07 14:24:19 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-145
    
        Summary:
          Release emacs-wiki 2.71.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-145
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-version): Release emacs-wiki 2.71.
    
        * README, emacs-wiki.texi, debian/NEWS: Note that Emacs Muse is
          recommended instead, and that this will probably be the last release of
          emacs-wiki.
    
        * debian/rules: Change compatibility level to 4.
    
        * emacs-wiki-srctag.el (emacs-wiki-src-tag): Silence compiler warning.
    
        new files:
         debian/.arch-ids/NEWS.id debian/NEWS
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog Makefile.defs README debian/changelog debian/rules
         emacs-wiki-srctag.el emacs-wiki.el emacs-wiki.texi
    
    
    2005-12-16 23:22:14 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-144
    
        Summary:
          Don't escape '#' in URLs.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-144
    
        * emacs-wiki-publish.el (emacs-wiki-escape-url): Add '#' to list of
          characters not to escape in URLs.  Thanks to Marc Tommasi for the
          report.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-publish.el
    
    
    2005-11-21 04:54:08 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-143
    
        Summary:
          Make WikiName matching more flexible.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-143
    
        * emacs-wiki-regexps.el (emacs-wiki-name-regexp): Match names like
          ConvertingAClass and XMLSchema.  Thanks to Rory McCann for the initial
          patch and the heads up.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-regexps.el emacs-wiki-transition.el
    
    
    2005-10-04 15:24:23 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-142
    
        Summary:
          Apply patch from Magnus Henoch.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-142
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-link-escape): Fix Yet Another escaping bug.
          Thanks to Magnus Henoch for the patch.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-09-30 03:38:56 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-141
    
        Summary:
          Fix #14666.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-141
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-link-escape, emacs-wiki-link-unescape):
          s/further/is-desc/.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-09-25 01:48:38 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-140
    
        Summary:
          Fix #14337: bug in emacs-wiki-link-url.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-140
    
        * emacs-wiki-publish.el (emacs-wiki-link-url): Treat WikiIndex pages
          specially, since they might not exist on the filesystem yet.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-publish.el
    
    
    2005-09-25 01:44:19 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-139
    
        Summary:
          Fix #14336: bug in emacs-wiki-markup-list-or-paragraph.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-139
    
        * emacs-wiki-publish.el (emacs-wiki-markup-list-or-paragraph): Add
          save-match-data so the match data doesn't get clobbered.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-publish.el
    
    
    2005-09-25 01:41:14 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-138
    
        Summary:
          Highlight bare URLs in emacs-wiki buffers.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-138
    
        * emacs-wiki-colors.el (emacs-wiki-highlight-markup): Use
          emacs-wiki-url-or-name-regexp instead of emacs-wiki-name-regexp.  This
          causes bare URLs to be highlighted in emacs-wiki buffers.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-colors.el
    
    
    2005-09-25 01:31:22 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-137
    
        Summary:
          Fix '#' in link descriptions.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-137
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-link-escape): Don't escape '#' if we are
          given a link description.  Thanks to Stefan Reichör for the report.
          (emacs-wiki-link-unescape): Update documentation.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-09-07 04:23:09 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-136
    
        Summary:
          Fix #14455: Typo in emacs-wiki-escape-html-string.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-136
    
        * emacs-wiki-publish.el (emacs-wiki-escape-html-string): Replace boundp
          check with fboundp.  Thanks to an anonymous bug reporter for the fix.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-publish.el
    
    
    2005-09-04 04:47:43 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-135
    
        Summary:
          Don't escape '?' and '=' in URLs.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-135
    
        * emacs-wiki-publish.el (emacs-wiki-escape-url): Add '?' and '=' to list
          of characters to not escape.  Thanks to Sacha for the report.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-publish.el
    
    
    2005-09-03 18:06:08 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-134
    
        Summary:
          Fix note visiting problem.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-134
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-visit-link): Make sure that we match against
          a complete, whitespace-delimited tag.  Thanks to Sergey Vlasov for the
          report and suggested fix.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-09-02 04:37:42 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-133
    
        Summary:
          Try to get rid of error; apply latest patch to emacs-wiki-srctag.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-133
    
        * emacs-wiki-publish.el (emacs-wiki-publish-index): Don't modify
          default-directory directly.  Call `cd' instead, and only when
          necessary.  Hopefully this will get rid of that weird stringp nil
          error.
    
        * emacs-wiki-srctag.el: Apply latest patch from Sun Yijiang.  You can now
          use extensions from `auto-mode-alist' in the <src> tag.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-publish.el emacs-wiki-srctag.el
    
    
    2005-09-01 11:42:04 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-132
    
        Summary:
          Apply patches from Sergey Vlasov.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-132
    
        * emacs-wiki-regexps (emacs-wiki-link-properties)
          (emacs-wiki-highlight-extended-link): Move '(mouse-face highlight) into
          the branch which handles the displayed text.  Also move
          '(rear-nonsticky t) to the common list, and kill the redundant
          '(emacs-wiki-keymap-property emacs-wiki-local-map) which was both in
          the common list and in the lists for displayed and invisible text.
    
        * emacs-wiki-regexps.el (emacs-wiki-regexp-emacs-revision): Move
          save-match-data outside of the `and' statement.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-colors.el emacs-wiki-regexps.el
    
    
    2005-08-29 06:21:48 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-131
    
        Summary:
          Reinstate former extended character class rules.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-131
    
        * emacs-wiki-regexps.el (emacs-wiki-regexp-use-character-classes): New
          option that allows the user to override emacs-wiki's algorithm for
          deciding whether to use extended character classes.
          (emacs-wiki-regexp-emacs-revision): New variable that indicates the revision
          number of this version of Emacs.
          (emacs-wiki-extreg-usable-p): Reinstate old rules -- Emacs 21.2 and 21.3
          aren't working well enough with extended character classes in regexps.
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-mode, emacs-wiki-find-file): Use
          make-local-variable instead of make-variable-buffer-local.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-regexps.el emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-08-29 00:00:01 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-130
    
        Summary:
          Fix paragraph-filling breakage in Emacs21.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-130
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-mode): Check explicitly for Emacs21 rather
          than relying on emacs-wiki-extreg-usable-p.  Thanks to Sergey Vlasov
          for the bug report.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-08-27 02:28:05 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-129
    
        Summary:
          Allow Emacs 21.3 to use extended character classes in regexps.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-129
    
        * emacs-wiki-regexps.el (emacs-wiki-extreg-usable-p): Use a simpler
          algorithm.  Since enough positive reports have come in about the
          usability of 21.3, we'll allow it to use extended character classes in
          regexps by default.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-regexps.el
    
    
    2005-08-25 16:51:35 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-128
    
        Summary:
          Attempt to fix a publishing warning.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-128
    
        * emacs-wiki-publish.el (emacs-wiki-publish-index): Don't set
          default-directory to nil, just let-bind it so that our routine doesn't
          change it permanently.  Thanks to Seth Falcon for the report.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-publish.el
    
    
    2005-08-17 19:06:27 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-127
    
        Summary:
          Make numeric anchors publish as valid (X)HTML.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-127
    
        * emacs-wiki-publish.el (emacs-wiki-insert-anchor): If we're given only a
          numbers-only anchor, pre-pend "anchor-" to make it valid.  Otherwise,
          insert verbatim.
          (emacs-wiki-contents-tag): Publish with "sec-" rather than "sec"
          pre-pended.
          (emacs-wiki-link-url): Determine whether or not "anchor-" needs to be
          pre-pended when linking to an anchor.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-publish.el
    
        new patches:
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--base-0
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--patch-1
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--patch-2
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--patch-3
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--patch-4
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--patch-5
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--patch-6
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--patch-7
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--patch-8
         zakame@spunge.org--2005/emacs-wiki--zakame--1.0--patch-9
    
    
    2005-08-13 05:04:33 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-126
    
        Summary:
          emacs-wiki-mode: Minor regexp tweak.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-126
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-mode): Use \\s- rather than [[:blank:]].
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-08-12 20:56:20 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-125
    
        Summary:
          Keep lists from getting mashed together on M-q.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-125
    
        * emacs-wiki-macros.el: Embarrassing header fix.
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-mode): Handle footnotes.  Set
          `paragraph-start' locally so that lists don't get blended together
          incorrectly upon hitting M-q.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki-macros.el emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-08-09 23:11:17 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-124
    
        Summary:
          Make generated Debian packages slightly easier to upload.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-124
    
        * debian/changelog: Generate 2.70-3.
    
        * debian/rules (clean): Call $(MAKE) realclean instead of $(MAKE) clean.
    
        * Makefile.defs (LASTUPLOAD): New variable that indicates the version
          that was last uploaded to Debian.
          (BUILDOPTS): Other options that are to be passed to dpkg-buildpackage.
    
        * Makefile (debrelease): Use $(LASTUPLOAD) to ensure that a full set of
          changes is generated.  This means we have to use dpkg-buildpackage,
          since debuild doesn't recognize the environment variables that it
          claims to recognize.  Use $(BUILDOPTS) to include any other options
          that I might need for dpkg-buildpackage.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog Makefile Makefile.defs debian/changelog debian/rules
    
    
    2005-08-09 07:42:14 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-123
    
        Summary:
          Apply buffer-visiting patch from Marco Gidde.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-123
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-visit-link): Apply patch from Marco Gidde
          that allows the user to link to a buffer.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-08-09 06:47:35 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-122
    
        Summary:
          Minor build enhancement.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-122
    
        * scripts/emacs-wiki-build.el (emacs-wiki-elint-files): Simplify the
          loading of all source files.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog scripts/emacs-wiki-build.el
    
    
    2005-08-06 17:42:50 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-121
    
        Summary:
          Fix Debian package build.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-121
    
        * Makefile (debclean): Last patch broke this -- make it work again.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog Makefile
    
    
    2005-08-06 17:38:13 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-120
    
        Summary:
          Fix Debian bug #321616.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-120
    
        * debian/control (Depends): Add dependency on emacsen (in addition to
          emacs21 and xemacs21) to fix Debian bug #321616.  Thanks to Daniel
          Dehennin for reporting this.
    
        * debian/changelog: Release the 2.70-2 Debian package.
    
        * Makefile (debclean): Remove previously-generated Debian packages for
          emacs-wiki in parent directory.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog Makefile debian/changelog debian/control
    
    
    2005-08-05 04:50:25 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-119
    
        Summary:
          Fix: problem with punctuation in plan page names.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-119
    
        * emacs-wiki.el (emacs-wiki-wiki-visible-name): Apply patch from Sacha
          that surrounds emacs-wiki-name-regexp with grouping symbols since it
          has "\|" in it.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog emacs-wiki.el
    
    
    2005-07-26 00:20:11 GMT	Michael Olson <mwolson@gnu.org>	patch-118
    
        Summary:
          Try to upload to savannah.nongnu.org.
        Revision:
          emacs-wiki--main--1.0--patch-118
    
        * Makefile (upload): New target that causes emacs-wiki to be uploaded to
          savannah.nongnu.org.  I can't tell if this works yet.
    
        modified files:
         ChangeLog Makefile
Commits on Aug 6, 2009
Commits on Jun 14, 2009
  1. Remove @dirrm entries from PLISTs

    joerg authored
Commits on Oct 11, 2008
  1. Move mk/emacs.mk to editors/emacs/modules.mk.

    uebayasi authored
    Don't call pkg_info to get the installed Emacs version; always use the
    version matching EMACS_TYPE set by users.  Be DEPENDS to it.  This should
    address pkg/37146 by Aleksey Cheusov.
    
    While here convert some emacs lisp packages to user-destdir.
Commits on Mar 4, 2008
  1. Mechanical changes to add DESTDIR support to packages that install

    jlam authored
    their files via a custom do-install target.
Commits on Jan 10, 2007
  1. Import emacs-wiki version 2.70, provided by Marko Sch=FCtz.

    obache authored
    I fixed some pkglint warnings.
    
    Wiki is a concept, more than a thing.  It is a way of creating
    document pages using plain text markup and simplified hyperlinking.
    By typing a name in MixedCase, a hyperlink is automatically created to
    the document "MixedCase".  Pressing return on that name will create
    the file if it doesn't exist, or visit it if it does.  The markup used
    by emacs-wiki is intended to be very friendly to people familiar with
    Emacs.  Type C-h v emacs-wiki-publishing-markup after this mode is
    loaded for how to get started.
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