Adrian Aichner <adrian(a)xemacs.org> writes:
looks like this patch fell thru the cracks.
Could you please commit it, unless there are any issues I'm unaware
xemacs-21.4 ChangeLog patch:
Diff command: cvs -q diff -U 0
Files affected: ChangeLog
RCS file: /pack/xemacscvs/XEmacs/xemacs/ChangeLog,v
retrieving revision 184.108.40.206
diff -u -U0 -r220.127.116.11 ChangeLog
--- ChangeLog 13 Aug 2004 03:23:16 -0000 18.104.22.168
+++ ChangeLog 22 Nov 2004 12:39:43 -0000
＠＠ -0,0 +1,5 ＠＠
+2004-11-22 Adrian Aichner <adrian(a)xemacs.org>
+ * etc/TUTORIAL: Typo fixes, courtesy of Andreas Eder
xemacs-21.4 source patch:
Diff command: cvs -f -z3 -q diff -u -w -N
Files affected: etc/TUTORIAL
RCS file: /pack/xemacscvs/XEmacs/xemacs/etc/TUTORIAL,v
retrieving revision 1.5
diff -u -w -r1.5 TUTORIAL
--- etc/TUTORIAL 9 Nov 1997 07:06:22 -0000 1.5
+++ etc/TUTORIAL 22 Nov 2004 12:37:53 -0000
＠＠ -88,7 +88,7 ＠＠
>> Move into the line with C-f's and then up with C-p's.
See what C-p does when the cursor is in the middle of the line.
-Each of text line ends with a Newline character, which serves to
+Each line of text ends with a Newline character, which serves to
separate it from the following line. The last line in your file ought
to have a Newline at the end (but Emacs does not require it to have
＠＠ -577,7 +577,7 ＠＠
Emacs stores each file's text inside an object called a "buffer."
Finding a file makes a new buffer inside Emacs. To see a list of the
-buffers that current exist in your Emacs job, type
+buffers that currently exist in your Emacs job, type
C-x C-b List buffers
＠＠ -749,7 +749,7 ＠＠
If the computer crashes, you can recover your auto-saved editing by
finding the file normally (the file you were editing, not the auto
-save file) and then typing M-x recover file<return>. When it asks for
+save file) and then typing M-x recover-file<return>. When it asks for
confirmation, type yes<return> to go ahead and recover the auto-save
＠＠ -1063,7 +1063,7 ＠＠
C-h a Hyper Apropos. Type in a keyword and Emacs will list
all the functions and variables whose names contain
- that keyword. The commands that can be invoked with
+ that keyword. For commands that can be invoked with
Meta-x, an asterisk will be displayed to the left.
>> Type C-h a newline<Return>.