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;;; loaddefs.el --- automatically extracted autoloads
;;
;;; Code:

;;;### (autoloads (5x5-crack 5x5-crack-xor-mutate 5x5-crack-mutating-best
;;;;;;  5x5-crack-mutating-current 5x5-crack-randomly 5x5) "5x5"
;;;;;;  "play/5x5.el" (17941 38806))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/5x5.el

(autoload (quote 5x5) "5x5" "\
Play 5x5.

The object of 5x5 is very simple, by moving around the grid and flipping
squares you must fill the grid.

5x5 keyboard bindings are:
\\<5x5-mode-map>
Flip                      \\[5x5-flip-current]
Move up                   \\[5x5-up]
Move down                 \\[5x5-down]
Move left                 \\[5x5-left]
Move right                \\[5x5-right]
Start new game            \\[5x5-new-game]
New game with random grid \\[5x5-randomize]
Random cracker            \\[5x5-crack-randomly]
Mutate current cracker    \\[5x5-crack-mutating-current]
Mutate best cracker       \\[5x5-crack-mutating-best]
Mutate xor cracker        \\[5x5-crack-xor-mutate]
Quit current game         \\[5x5-quit-game]

\(fn &optional SIZE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote 5x5-crack-randomly) "5x5" "\
Attempt to crack 5x5 using random solutions.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote 5x5-crack-mutating-current) "5x5" "\
Attempt to crack 5x5 by mutating the current solution.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote 5x5-crack-mutating-best) "5x5" "\
Attempt to crack 5x5 by mutating the best solution.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote 5x5-crack-xor-mutate) "5x5" "\
Attempt to crack 5x5 by xoring the current and best solution.
Mutate the result.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote 5x5-crack) "5x5" "\
Attempt to find a solution for 5x5.

5x5-crack takes the argument BREEDER which should be a function that takes
two parameters, the first will be a grid vector array that is the current
solution and the second will be the best solution so far.  The function
should return a grid vector array that is the new solution.

\(fn BREEDER)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "abbrev" "abbrev.el" (17905 55681))
;;; Generated autoloads from abbrev.el
(put 'abbrev-mode 'safe-local-variable 'booleanp)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (list-one-abbrev-table) "abbrevlist" "abbrevlist.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from abbrevlist.el

(autoload (quote list-one-abbrev-table) "abbrevlist" "\
Display alphabetical listing of ABBREV-TABLE in buffer OUTPUT-BUFFER.

\(fn ABBREV-TABLE OUTPUT-BUFFER)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ada-mode ada-add-extensions) "ada-mode" "progmodes/ada-mode.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/ada-mode.el

(autoload (quote ada-add-extensions) "ada-mode" "\
Define SPEC and BODY as being valid extensions for Ada files.
Going from body to spec with `ff-find-other-file' used these
extensions.
SPEC and BODY are two regular expressions that must match against
the file name.

\(fn SPEC BODY)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ada-mode) "ada-mode" "\
Ada mode is the major mode for editing Ada code.

Bindings are as follows: (Note: 'LFD' is control-j.)
\\{ada-mode-map}

 Indent line                                          '\\[ada-tab]'
 Indent line, insert newline and indent the new line. '\\[newline-and-indent]'

 Re-format the parameter-list point is in             '\\[ada-format-paramlist]'
 Indent all lines in region                           '\\[ada-indent-region]'

 Adjust case of identifiers and keywords in region    '\\[ada-adjust-case-region]'
 Adjust case of identifiers and keywords in buffer    '\\[ada-adjust-case-buffer]'

 Fill comment paragraph, justify and append postfix   '\\[fill-paragraph]'

 Next func/proc/task '\\[ada-next-procedure]'  Previous func/proc/task '\\[ada-previous-procedure]'
 Next package        '\\[ada-next-package]'  Previous package        '\\[ada-previous-package]'

 Goto matching start of current 'end ...;'            '\\[ada-move-to-start]'
 Goto end of current block                            '\\[ada-move-to-end]'

Comments are handled using standard GNU Emacs conventions, including:
 Start a comment                                      '\\[indent-for-comment]'
 Comment region                                       '\\[comment-region]'
 Uncomment region                                     '\\[ada-uncomment-region]'
 Continue comment on next line                        '\\[indent-new-comment-line]'

If you use imenu.el:
 Display index-menu of functions and procedures       '\\[imenu]'

If you use find-file.el:
 Switch to other file (Body <-> Spec)                 '\\[ff-find-other-file]'
						   or '\\[ff-mouse-find-other-file]
 Switch to other file in other window                 '\\[ada-ff-other-window]'
						   or '\\[ff-mouse-find-other-file-other-window]
 If you use this function in a spec and no body is available, it gets created with body stubs.

If you use ada-xref.el:
 Goto declaration:          '\\[ada-point-and-xref]' on the identifier
			 or '\\[ada-goto-declaration]' with point on the identifier
 Complete identifier:       '\\[ada-complete-identifier]'.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ada-header) "ada-stmt" "progmodes/ada-stmt.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/ada-stmt.el

(autoload (quote ada-header) "ada-stmt" "\
Insert a descriptive header at the top of the file.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ada-find-file) "ada-xref" "progmodes/ada-xref.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/ada-xref.el

(autoload (quote ada-find-file) "ada-xref" "\
Open FILENAME, from anywhere in the source path.
Completion is available.

\(fn FILENAME)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (change-log-redate change-log-merge add-log-current-defun
;;;;;;  change-log-mode add-change-log-entry-other-window add-change-log-entry
;;;;;;  find-change-log prompt-for-change-log-name add-log-mailing-address
;;;;;;  add-log-full-name add-log-current-defun-function) "add-log"
;;;;;;  "add-log.el" (17851 44469))
;;; Generated autoloads from add-log.el

(defvar add-log-current-defun-function nil "\
*If non-nil, function to guess name of surrounding function.
It is used by `add-log-current-defun' in preference to built-in rules.
Returns function's name as a string, or nil if outside a function.")

(custom-autoload (quote add-log-current-defun-function) "add-log" t)

(defvar add-log-full-name nil "\
*Full name of user, for inclusion in ChangeLog daily headers.
This defaults to the value returned by the function `user-full-name'.")

(custom-autoload (quote add-log-full-name) "add-log" t)

(defvar add-log-mailing-address nil "\
Email addresses of user, for inclusion in ChangeLog headers.
This defaults to the value of `user-mail-address'.  In addition to
being a simple string, this value can also be a list.  All elements
will be recognized as referring to the same user; when creating a new
ChangeLog entry, one element will be chosen at random.")

(custom-autoload (quote add-log-mailing-address) "add-log" t)

(autoload (quote prompt-for-change-log-name) "add-log" "\
Prompt for a change log name.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote find-change-log) "add-log" "\
Find a change log file for \\[add-change-log-entry] and return the name.

Optional arg FILE-NAME specifies the file to use.
If FILE-NAME is nil, use the value of `change-log-default-name'.
If `change-log-default-name' is nil, behave as though it were 'ChangeLog'
\(or whatever we use on this operating system).

If `change-log-default-name' contains a leading directory component, then
simply find it in the current directory.  Otherwise, search in the current
directory and its successive parents for a file so named.

Once a file is found, `change-log-default-name' is set locally in the
current buffer to the complete file name.
Optional arg BUFFER-FILE overrides `buffer-file-name'.

\(fn &optional FILE-NAME BUFFER-FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote add-change-log-entry) "add-log" "\
Find change log file, and add an entry for today and an item for this file.
Optional arg WHOAMI (interactive prefix) non-nil means prompt for user
name and email (stored in `add-log-full-name' and `add-log-mailing-address').

Second arg FILE-NAME is file name of the change log.
If nil, use the value of `change-log-default-name'.

Third arg OTHER-WINDOW non-nil means visit in other window.

Fourth arg NEW-ENTRY non-nil means always create a new entry at the front;
never append to an existing entry.  Option `add-log-keep-changes-together'
otherwise affects whether a new entry is created.

Option `add-log-always-start-new-record' non-nil means always create a
new record, even when the last record was made on the same date and by
the same person.

The change log file can start with a copyright notice and a copying
permission notice.  The first blank line indicates the end of these
notices.

Today's date is calculated according to `add-log-time-zone-rule' if
non-nil, otherwise in local time.

\(fn &optional WHOAMI FILE-NAME OTHER-WINDOW NEW-ENTRY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote add-change-log-entry-other-window) "add-log" "\
Find change log file in other window and add entry and item.
This is just like `add-change-log-entry' except that it displays
the change log file in another window.

\(fn &optional WHOAMI FILE-NAME)" t nil)
 (define-key ctl-x-4-map "a" 'add-change-log-entry-other-window)

(autoload (quote change-log-mode) "add-log" "\
Major mode for editing change logs; like Indented Text Mode.
Prevents numeric backups and sets `left-margin' to 8 and `fill-column' to 74.
New log entries are usually made with \\[add-change-log-entry] or \\[add-change-log-entry-other-window].
Each entry behaves as a paragraph, and the entries for one day as a page.
Runs `change-log-mode-hook'.
\\{change-log-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(defvar add-log-lisp-like-modes (quote (emacs-lisp-mode lisp-mode scheme-mode dsssl-mode lisp-interaction-mode)) "\
*Modes that look like Lisp to `add-log-current-defun'.")

(defvar add-log-c-like-modes (quote (c-mode c++-mode c++-c-mode objc-mode)) "\
*Modes that look like C to `add-log-current-defun'.")

(defvar add-log-tex-like-modes (quote (TeX-mode plain-TeX-mode LaTeX-mode plain-tex-mode latex-mode)) "\
*Modes that look like TeX to `add-log-current-defun'.")

(autoload (quote add-log-current-defun) "add-log" "\
Return name of function definition point is in, or nil.

Understands C, Lisp, LaTeX (\"functions\" are chapters, sections, ...),
Texinfo (@node titles) and Perl.

Other modes are handled by a heuristic that looks in the 10K before
point for uppercase headings starting in the first column or
identifiers followed by `:' or `='.  See variables
`add-log-current-defun-header-regexp' and
`add-log-current-defun-function'.

Has a preference of looking backwards.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote change-log-merge) "add-log" "\
Merge the contents of change log file OTHER-LOG with this buffer.
Both must be found in Change Log mode (since the merging depends on
the appropriate motion commands).  OTHER-LOG can be either a file name
or a buffer.

Entries are inserted in chronological order.  Both the current and
old-style time formats for entries are supported.

\(fn OTHER-LOG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote change-log-redate) "add-log" "\
Fix any old-style date entries in the current log file to default format.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (defadvice ad-activate ad-add-advice ad-disable-advice
;;;;;;  ad-enable-advice ad-default-compilation-action ad-redefinition-action)
;;;;;;  "advice" "emacs-lisp/advice.el" (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/advice.el

(defvar ad-redefinition-action (quote warn) "\
*Defines what to do with redefinitions during Advice de/activation.
Redefinition occurs if a previously activated function that already has an
original definition associated with it gets redefined and then de/activated.
In such a case we can either accept the current definition as the new
original definition, discard the current definition and replace it with the
old original, or keep it and raise an error.  The values `accept', `discard',
`error' or `warn' govern what will be done.  `warn' is just like `accept' but
it additionally prints a warning message.  All other values will be
interpreted as `error'.")

(custom-autoload (quote ad-redefinition-action) "advice" t)

(defvar ad-default-compilation-action (quote maybe) "\
*Defines whether to compile advised definitions during activation.
A value of `always' will result in unconditional compilation, `never' will
always avoid compilation, `maybe' will compile if the byte-compiler is already
loaded, and `like-original' will compile if the original definition of the
advised function is compiled or a built-in function.  Every other value will
be interpreted as `maybe'.  This variable will only be considered if the
COMPILE argument of `ad-activate' was supplied as nil.")

(custom-autoload (quote ad-default-compilation-action) "advice" t)

(autoload (quote ad-enable-advice) "advice" "\
Enables the advice of FUNCTION with CLASS and NAME.

\(fn FUNCTION CLASS NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ad-disable-advice) "advice" "\
Disable the advice of FUNCTION with CLASS and NAME.

\(fn FUNCTION CLASS NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ad-add-advice) "advice" "\
Add a piece of ADVICE to FUNCTION's list of advices in CLASS.
If FUNCTION already has one or more pieces of advice of the specified
CLASS then POSITION determines where the new piece will go.  The value
of POSITION can either be `first', `last' or a number where 0 corresponds
to `first'.  Numbers outside the range will be mapped to the closest
extreme position.  If there was already a piece of ADVICE with the same
name, then the position argument will be ignored and the old advice
will be overwritten with the new one.
    If the FUNCTION was not advised already, then its advice info will be
initialized.  Redefining a piece of advice whose name is part of the cache-id
will clear the cache.

\(fn FUNCTION ADVICE CLASS POSITION)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ad-activate) "advice" "\
Activate all the advice information of an advised FUNCTION.
If FUNCTION has a proper original definition then an advised
definition will be generated from FUNCTION's advice info and the
definition of FUNCTION will be replaced with it.  If a previously
cached advised definition was available, it will be used.
The optional COMPILE argument determines whether the resulting function
or a compilable cached definition will be compiled.  If it is negative
no compilation will be performed, if it is positive or otherwise non-nil
the resulting function will be compiled, if it is nil the behavior depends
on the value of `ad-default-compilation-action' (which see).
Activation of an advised function that has an advice info but no actual
pieces of advice is equivalent to a call to `ad-unadvise'.  Activation of
an advised function that has actual pieces of advice but none of them are
enabled is equivalent to a call to `ad-deactivate'.  The current advised
definition will always be cached for later usage.

\(fn FUNCTION &optional COMPILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote defadvice) "advice" "\
Define a piece of advice for FUNCTION (a symbol).
The syntax of `defadvice' is as follows:

  (defadvice FUNCTION (CLASS NAME [POSITION] [ARGLIST] FLAG...)
    [DOCSTRING] [INTERACTIVE-FORM]
    BODY... )

FUNCTION ::= Name of the function to be advised.
CLASS ::= `before' | `around' | `after' | `activation' | `deactivation'.
NAME ::= Non-nil symbol that names this piece of advice.
POSITION ::= `first' | `last' | NUMBER. Optional, defaults to `first',
    see also `ad-add-advice'.
ARGLIST ::= An optional argument list to be used for the advised function
    instead of the argument list of the original.  The first one found in
    before/around/after-advices will be used.
FLAG ::= `protect'|`disable'|`activate'|`compile'|`preactivate'|`freeze'.
    All flags can be specified with unambiguous initial substrings.
DOCSTRING ::= Optional documentation for this piece of advice.
INTERACTIVE-FORM ::= Optional interactive form to be used for the advised
    function.  The first one found in before/around/after-advices will be used.
BODY ::= Any s-expression.

Semantics of the various flags:
`protect': The piece of advice will be protected against non-local exits in
any code that precedes it.  If any around-advice of a function is protected
then automatically all around-advices will be protected (the complete onion).

`activate': All advice of FUNCTION will be activated immediately if
FUNCTION has been properly defined prior to this application of `defadvice'.

`compile': In conjunction with `activate' specifies that the resulting
advised function should be compiled.

`disable': The defined advice will be disabled, hence, it will not be used
during activation until somebody enables it.

`preactivate': Preactivates the advised FUNCTION at macro-expansion/compile
time.  This generates a compiled advised definition according to the current
advice state that will be used during activation if appropriate.  Only use
this if the `defadvice' gets actually compiled.

`freeze': Expands the `defadvice' into a redefining `defun/defmacro' according
to this particular single advice.  No other advice information will be saved.
Frozen advices cannot be undone, they behave like a hard redefinition of
the advised function.  `freeze' implies `activate' and `preactivate'.  The
documentation of the advised function can be dumped onto the `DOC' file
during preloading.

See Info node `(elisp)Advising Functions' for comprehensive documentation.

\(fn FUNCTION ARGS &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (align-newline-and-indent align-unhighlight-rule
;;;;;;  align-highlight-rule align-current align-entire align-regexp
;;;;;;  align) "align" "align.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from align.el

(autoload (quote align) "align" "\
Attempt to align a region based on a set of alignment rules.
BEG and END mark the region.  If BEG and END are specifically set to
nil (this can only be done programmatically), the beginning and end of
the current alignment section will be calculated based on the location
of point, and the value of `align-region-separate' (or possibly each
rule's `separate' attribute).

If SEPARATE is non-nil, it overrides the value of
`align-region-separate' for all rules, except those that have their
`separate' attribute set.

RULES and EXCLUDE-RULES, if either is non-nil, will replace the
default rule lists defined in `align-rules-list' and
`align-exclude-rules-list'.  See `align-rules-list' for more details
on the format of these lists.

\(fn BEG END &optional SEPARATE RULES EXCLUDE-RULES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote align-regexp) "align" "\
Align the current region using an ad-hoc rule read from the minibuffer.
BEG and END mark the limits of the region.  This function will prompt
for the REGEXP to align with.  If no prefix arg was specified, you
only need to supply the characters to be lined up and any preceding
whitespace is replaced.  If a prefix arg was specified, the full
regexp with parenthesized whitespace should be supplied; it will also
prompt for which parenthesis GROUP within REGEXP to modify, the amount
of SPACING to use, and whether or not to REPEAT the rule throughout
the line.  See `align-rules-list' for more information about these
options.

For example, let's say you had a list of phone numbers, and wanted to
align them so that the opening parentheses would line up:

    Fred (123) 456-7890
    Alice (123) 456-7890
    Mary-Anne (123) 456-7890
    Joe (123) 456-7890

There is no predefined rule to handle this, but you could easily do it
using a REGEXP like \"(\". All you would have to do is to mark the
region, call `align-regexp' and type in that regular expression.

\(fn BEG END REGEXP &optional GROUP SPACING REPEAT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote align-entire) "align" "\
Align the selected region as if it were one alignment section.
BEG and END mark the extent of the region.  If RULES or EXCLUDE-RULES
is set to a list of rules (see `align-rules-list'), it can be used to
override the default alignment rules that would have been used to
align that section.

\(fn BEG END &optional RULES EXCLUDE-RULES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote align-current) "align" "\
Call `align' on the current alignment section.
This function assumes you want to align only the current section, and
so saves you from having to specify the region.  If RULES or
EXCLUDE-RULES is set to a list of rules (see `align-rules-list'), it
can be used to override the default alignment rules that would have
been used to align that section.

\(fn &optional RULES EXCLUDE-RULES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote align-highlight-rule) "align" "\
Highlight the whitespace which a given rule would have modified.
BEG and END mark the extent of the region.  TITLE identifies the rule
that should be highlighted.  If RULES or EXCLUDE-RULES is set to a
list of rules (see `align-rules-list'), it can be used to override the
default alignment rules that would have been used to identify the text
to be colored.

\(fn BEG END TITLE &optional RULES EXCLUDE-RULES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote align-unhighlight-rule) "align" "\
Remove any highlighting that was added by `align-highlight-rule'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote align-newline-and-indent) "align" "\
A replacement function for `newline-and-indent', aligning as it goes.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (outlineify-sticky allout-mode) "allout" "allout.el"
;;;;;;  (17892 52945))
;;; Generated autoloads from allout.el

(put (quote allout-show-bodies) (quote safe-local-variable) (if (fboundp (quote booleanp)) (quote booleanp) (quote (lambda (x) (member x (quote (t nil)))))))

(put (quote allout-header-prefix) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote stringp))

(put (quote allout-primary-bullet) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote stringp))

(put (quote allout-plain-bullets-string) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote stringp))

(put (quote allout-distinctive-bullets-string) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote stringp))

(put (quote allout-use-mode-specific-leader) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote (lambda (x) (or (memq x (quote (t nil allout-mode-leaders comment-start))) (stringp x)))))

(put (quote allout-old-style-prefixes) (quote safe-local-variable) (if (fboundp (quote booleanp)) (quote booleanp) (quote (lambda (x) (member x (quote (t nil)))))))

(put (quote allout-stylish-prefixes) (quote safe-local-variable) (if (fboundp (quote booleanp)) (quote booleanp) (quote (lambda (x) (member x (quote (t nil)))))))

(put (quote allout-numbered-bullet) (quote safe-local-variable) (if (fboundp (quote string-or-null-p)) (quote string-or-null-p) (quote (lambda (x) (or (stringp x) (null x))))))

(put (quote allout-file-xref-bullet) (quote safe-local-variable) (if (fboundp (quote string-or-null-p)) (quote string-or-null-p) (quote (lambda (x) (or (stringp x) (null x))))))

(put (quote allout-presentation-padding) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote integerp))

(put (quote allout-use-hanging-indents) (quote safe-local-variable) (if (fboundp (quote booleanp)) (quote booleanp) (quote (lambda (x) (member x (quote (t nil)))))))

(put (quote allout-reindent-bodies) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote (lambda (x) (memq x (quote (nil t text force))))))

(put (quote allout-layout) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote (lambda (x) (or (numberp x) (listp x) (memq x (quote (: * + -)))))))

(put (quote allout-passphrase-verifier-string) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote stringp))

(put (quote allout-passphrase-hint-string) (quote safe-local-variable) (quote stringp))

(autoload (quote allout-mode) "allout" "\
Toggle minor mode for controlling exposure and editing of text outlines.
\\<allout-mode-map>

Optional arg forces mode to re-initialize iff arg is positive num or
symbol.  Allout outline mode always runs as a minor mode.

Allout outline mode provides extensive outline oriented formatting and
manipulation.  It enables structural editing of outlines, as well as
navigation and exposure.  It also is specifically aimed at
accommodating syntax-sensitive text like programming languages.  (For
an example, see the allout code itself, which is organized as an allout
outline.)

In addition to typical outline navigation and exposure, allout includes:

 - topic-oriented authoring, including keystroke-based topic creation,
   repositioning, promotion/demotion, cut, and paste
 - incremental search with dynamic exposure and reconcealment of hidden text
 - adjustable format, so programming code can be developed in outline-structure
 - easy topic encryption and decryption
 - \"Hot-spot\" operation, for single-keystroke maneuvering and exposure control
 - integral outline layout, for automatic initial exposure when visiting a file
 - independent extensibility, using comprehensive exposure and authoring hooks

and many other features.

Below is a description of the key bindings, and then explanation of
special `allout-mode' features and terminology.  See also the outline
menubar additions for quick reference to many of the features, and see
the docstring of the function `allout-init' for instructions on
priming your emacs session for automatic activation of `allout-mode'.

The bindings are dictated by the customizable `allout-keybindings-list'
variable.  We recommend customizing `allout-command-prefix' to use just
`\\C-c' as the command prefix, if the allout bindings don't conflict with
any personal bindings you have on \\C-c.  In any case, outline structure
navigation and authoring is simplified by positioning the cursor on an
item's bullet character, the \"hot-spot\" - then you can invoke allout
commands with just the un-prefixed, un-control-shifted command letters.
This is described further in the HOT-SPOT Operation section.

        Exposure Control:
        ----------------
\\[allout-hide-current-subtree]   `allout-hide-current-subtree'
\\[allout-show-children] `allout-show-children'
\\[allout-show-current-subtree] `allout-show-current-subtree'
\\[allout-show-current-entry] `allout-show-current-entry'
\\[allout-show-all]   `allout-show-all'

        Navigation:
        ----------
\\[allout-next-visible-heading] `allout-next-visible-heading'
\\[allout-previous-visible-heading] `allout-previous-visible-heading'
\\[allout-up-current-level] `allout-up-current-level'
\\[allout-forward-current-level] `allout-forward-current-level'
\\[allout-backward-current-level] `allout-backward-current-level'
\\[allout-end-of-entry] `allout-end-of-entry'
\\[allout-beginning-of-current-entry] `allout-beginning-of-current-entry' (alternately, goes to hot-spot)
\\[allout-beginning-of-line]  `allout-beginning-of-line' - like regular beginning-of-line, but
     if immediately repeated cycles to the beginning of the current item
     and then to the hot-spot (if `allout-beginning-of-line-cycles' is set).


        Topic Header Production:
        -----------------------
\\[allout-open-sibtopic] `allout-open-sibtopic' Create a new sibling after current topic.
\\[allout-open-subtopic]   `allout-open-subtopic' ... an offspring of current topic.
\\[allout-open-supertopic] `allout-open-supertopic' ... a sibling of the current topic's parent.

        Topic Level and Prefix Adjustment:
        ---------------------------------
\\[allout-shift-in] `allout-shift-in'   Shift current topic and all offspring deeper
\\[allout-shift-out] `allout-shift-out' ... less deep
\\[allout-rebullet-current-heading] `allout-rebullet-current-heading' Prompt for alternate bullet for
            current topic
\\[allout-rebullet-topic] `allout-rebullet-topic'   Reconcile bullets of topic and
            its' offspring - distinctive bullets are not changed, others
            are alternated according to nesting depth.
\\[allout-number-siblings] `allout-number-siblings'  Number bullets of topic and siblings -
           the offspring are not affected.
           With repeat count, revoke numbering.

        Topic-oriented Killing and Yanking:
        ----------------------------------
\\[allout-kill-topic] `allout-kill-topic'   Kill current topic, including offspring.
\\[allout-copy-topic-as-kill] `allout-copy-topic-as-kill' Copy current topic, including offspring.
\\[allout-kill-line]     `allout-kill-line'    kill-line, attending to outline structure.
\\[allout-copy-line-as-kill]     `allout-copy-line-as-kill' Copy line but don't delete it.
\\[allout-yank] `allout-yank'        Yank, adjusting depth of yanked topic to
                             depth of heading if yanking into bare topic
                             heading (ie, prefix sans text).
\\[allout-yank-pop]     `allout-yank-pop'       Is to allout-yank as yank-pop is to yank

        Topic-oriented Encryption:
        -------------------------
\\[allout-toggle-current-subtree-encryption] `allout-toggle-current-subtree-encryption'
          Encrypt/Decrypt topic content

        Misc commands:
        -------------
M-x outlineify-sticky       Activate outline mode for current buffer,
                            and establish a default file-var setting
                            for `allout-layout'.
\\[allout-mark-topic]       `allout-mark-topic'
\\[allout-copy-exposed-to-buffer] `allout-copy-exposed-to-buffer'
                            Duplicate outline, sans concealed text, to
                            buffer with name derived from derived from that
                            of current buffer - \"*BUFFERNAME exposed*\".
\\[allout-flatten-exposed-to-buffer] `allout-flatten-exposed-to-buffer'
                            Like above 'copy-exposed', but convert topic
                            prefixes to section.subsection... numeric
                            format.
\\[eval-expression] (allout-init t) Setup Emacs session for outline mode
                            auto-activation.

                  Topic Encryption

Outline mode supports gpg encryption of topics, with support for
symmetric and key-pair modes, passphrase timeout, passphrase
consistency checking, user-provided hinting for symmetric key
mode, and auto-encryption of topics pending encryption on save.

Topics pending encryption are, by default, automatically
encrypted during file saves.  If the contents of the topic
containing the cursor was encrypted for a save, it is
automatically decrypted for continued editing.

The aim of these measures is reliable topic privacy while
preventing accidents like neglected encryption before saves,
forgetting which passphrase was used, and other practical
pitfalls.

See `allout-toggle-current-subtree-encryption' function docstring
and `allout-encrypt-unencrypted-on-saves' customization variable
for details.

                 HOT-SPOT Operation

Hot-spot operation provides a means for easy, single-keystroke outline
navigation and exposure control.

When the text cursor is positioned directly on the bullet character of
a topic, regular characters (a to z) invoke the commands of the
corresponding allout-mode keymap control chars.  For example, \"f\"
would invoke the command typically bound to \"C-c<space>C-f\"
\(\\[allout-forward-current-level] `allout-forward-current-level').

Thus, by positioning the cursor on a topic bullet, you can
execute the outline navigation and manipulation commands with a
single keystroke.  Regular navigation keys (eg, \\[forward-char], \\[next-line]) don't get
this special translation, so you can use them to get out of the
hot-spot and back to normal editing operation.

In allout-mode, the normal beginning-of-line command (\\[allout-beginning-of-line]]) is
replaced with one that makes it easy to get to the hot-spot.  If you
repeat it immediately it cycles (if `allout-beginning-of-line-cycles'
is set) to the beginning of the item and then, if you hit it again
immediately, to the hot-spot.  Similarly, `allout-beginning-of-current-entry'
\(\\[allout-beginning-of-current-entry]) moves to the hot-spot when the cursor is already located
at the beginning of the current entry.

                             Extending Allout

Allout exposure and authoring activites all have associated
hooks, by which independent code can cooperate with allout
without changes to the allout core.  Here are key ones:

`allout-mode-hook'
`allout-mode-deactivate-hook'
`allout-exposure-change-hook'
`allout-structure-added-hook'
`allout-structure-deleted-hook'
`allout-structure-shifted-hook'

                            Terminology

Topic hierarchy constituents - TOPICS and SUBTOPICS:

ITEM:   A unitary outline element, including the HEADER and ENTRY text.
TOPIC:  An ITEM and any ITEMs contained within it, ie having greater DEPTH
        and with no intervening items of lower DEPTH than the container.
CURRENT ITEM:
        The visible ITEM most immediately containing the cursor.
DEPTH:  The degree of nesting of an ITEM; it increases with containment.
        The DEPTH is determined by the HEADER PREFIX.  The DEPTH is also
        called the:
LEVEL:  The same as DEPTH.

ANCESTORS:
        Those ITEMs whose TOPICs contain an ITEM.
PARENT: An ITEM's immediate ANCESTOR.  It has a DEPTH one less than that
        of the ITEM.
OFFSPRING:
        The ITEMs contained within an ITEM's TOPIC.
SUBTOPIC:
        An OFFSPRING of its ANCESTOR TOPICs.
CHILD:
        An immediate SUBTOPIC of its PARENT.
SIBLINGS:
        TOPICs having the same PARENT and DEPTH.

Topic text constituents:

HEADER: The first line of an ITEM, include the ITEM PREFIX and HEADER
        text.
ENTRY:  The text content of an ITEM, before any OFFSPRING, but including
        the HEADER text and distinct from the ITEM PREFIX.
BODY:   Same as ENTRY.
PREFIX: The leading text of an ITEM which distinguishes it from normal
        ENTRY text.  Allout recognizes the outline structure according
        to the strict PREFIX format.  It consists of a PREFIX-LEAD string,
        PREFIX-PADDING, and a BULLET.  The BULLET might be followed by a
        number, indicating the ordinal number of the topic among its
        siblings, or an asterisk indicating encryption, plus an optional
        space.  After that is the ITEM HEADER text, which is not part of
        the PREFIX.

        The relative length of the PREFIX determines the nesting DEPTH
        of the ITEM.
PREFIX-LEAD:
        The string at the beginning of a HEADER PREFIX, by default a `.'.
        It can be customized by changing the setting of
        `allout-header-prefix' and then reinitializing `allout-mode'.

        When the PREFIX-LEAD is set to the comment-string of a
        programming language, outline structuring can be embedded in
        program code without interfering with processing of the text
        (by emacs or the language processor) as program code.  This
        setting happens automatically when allout mode is used in
        programming-mode buffers.  See `allout-use-mode-specific-leader'
        docstring for more detail.
PREFIX-PADDING:
        Spaces or asterisks which separate the PREFIX-LEAD and the
        bullet, determining the ITEM's DEPTH.
BULLET: A character at the end of the ITEM PREFIX, it must be one of
        the characters listed on `allout-plain-bullets-string' or
        `allout-distinctive-bullets-string'.  When creating a TOPIC,
        plain BULLETs are by default used, according to the DEPTH of the
        TOPIC.  Choice among the distinctive BULLETs is offered when you
        provide a universal argugment (\\[universal-argument]) to the
        TOPIC creation command, or when explictly rebulleting a TOPIC.  The
        significance of the various distinctive bullets is purely by
        convention.  See the documentation for the above bullet strings for
        more details.
EXPOSURE:
        The state of a TOPIC which determines the on-screen visibility
        of its OFFSPRING and contained ENTRY text.
CONCEALED:
        TOPICs and ENTRY text whose EXPOSURE is inhibited.  Concealed
        text is represented by \"...\" ellipses.

        CONCEALED TOPICs are effectively collapsed within an ANCESTOR.
CLOSED: A TOPIC whose immediate OFFSPRING and body-text is CONCEALED.
OPEN:	A TOPIC that is not CLOSED, though its OFFSPRING or BODY may be.

\(fn &optional TOGGLE)" t nil)

(defalias (quote outlinify-sticky) (quote outlineify-sticky))

(autoload (quote outlineify-sticky) "allout" "\
Activate outline mode and establish file var so it is started subsequently.

See doc-string for `allout-layout' and `allout-init' for details on
setup for auto-startup.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ange-ftp-hook-function ange-ftp-reread-dir) "ange-ftp"
;;;;;;  "net/ange-ftp.el" (17905 9579))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/ange-ftp.el

(defalias (quote ange-ftp-re-read-dir) (quote ange-ftp-reread-dir))

(autoload (quote ange-ftp-reread-dir) "ange-ftp" "\
Reread remote directory DIR to update the directory cache.
The implementation of remote ftp file names caches directory contents
for speed.  Therefore, when new remote files are created, Emacs
may not know they exist.  You can use this command to reread a specific
directory, so that Emacs will know its current contents.

\(fn &optional DIR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ange-ftp-hook-function) "ange-ftp" "\
Not documented

\(fn OPERATION &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (animate-birthday-present animate-sequence animate-string)
;;;;;;  "animate" "play/animate.el" (17941 38806))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/animate.el

(autoload (quote animate-string) "animate" "\
Display STRING starting at position VPOS, HPOS, using animation.
The characters start at randomly chosen places,
and all slide in parallel to their final positions,
passing through `animate-n-steps' positions before the final ones.
If HPOS is nil (or omitted), center the string horizontally
in the current window.

\(fn STRING VPOS &optional HPOS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote animate-sequence) "animate" "\
Display strings from LIST-OF-STRING with animation in a new buffer.
Strings will be separated from each other by SPACE lines.

\(fn LIST-OF-STRINGS SPACE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote animate-birthday-present) "animate" "\
Display one's birthday present in a new buffer.
You can specify the one's name by NAME; the default value is \"Sarah\".

\(fn &optional NAME)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ansi-color-process-output ansi-color-for-comint-mode-on)
;;;;;;  "ansi-color" "ansi-color.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from ansi-color.el

(autoload (quote ansi-color-for-comint-mode-on) "ansi-color" "\
Set `ansi-color-for-comint-mode' to t.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ansi-color-process-output) "ansi-color" "\
Maybe translate SGR control sequences of comint output into text-properties.

Depending on variable `ansi-color-for-comint-mode' the comint output is
either not processed, SGR control sequences are filtered using
`ansi-color-filter-region', or SGR control sequences are translated into
text-properties using `ansi-color-apply-on-region'.

The comint output is assumed to lie between the marker
`comint-last-output-start' and the process-mark.

This is a good function to put in `comint-output-filter-functions'.

\(fn STRING)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (antlr-set-tabs antlr-mode antlr-show-makefile-rules)
;;;;;;  "antlr-mode" "progmodes/antlr-mode.el" (17833 42928))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/antlr-mode.el

(autoload (quote antlr-show-makefile-rules) "antlr-mode" "\
Show Makefile rules for all grammar files in the current directory.
If the `major-mode' of the current buffer has the value `makefile-mode',
the rules are directory inserted at point.  Otherwise, a *Help* buffer
is shown with the rules which are also put into the `kill-ring' for
\\[yank].

This command considers import/export vocabularies and grammar
inheritance and provides a value for the \"-glib\" option if necessary.
Customize variable `antlr-makefile-specification' for the appearance of
the rules.

If the file for a super-grammar cannot be determined, special file names
are used according to variable `antlr-unknown-file-formats' and a
commentary with value `antlr-help-unknown-file-text' is added.  The
*Help* buffer always starts with the text in `antlr-help-rules-intro'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote antlr-mode) "antlr-mode" "\
Major mode for editing ANTLR grammar files.
\\{antlr-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote antlr-set-tabs) "antlr-mode" "\
Use ANTLR's convention for TABs according to `antlr-tab-offset-alist'.
Used in `antlr-mode'.  Also a useful function in `java-mode-hook'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (appt-activate appt-make-list appt-delete appt-add
;;;;;;  appt-display-diary appt-display-duration appt-display-mode-line
;;;;;;  appt-msg-window appt-visible appt-audible appt-message-warning-time
;;;;;;  appt-issue-message) "appt" "calendar/appt.el" (17952 17513))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/appt.el

(defvar appt-issue-message t "\
*Non-nil means check for appointments in the diary buffer.
To be detected, the diary entry must have the format described in the
documentation of the function `appt-check'.")

(custom-autoload (quote appt-issue-message) "appt" t)

(defvar appt-message-warning-time 12 "\
*Time in minutes before an appointment that the warning begins.")

(custom-autoload (quote appt-message-warning-time) "appt" t)

(defvar appt-audible t "\
*Non-nil means beep to indicate appointment.")

(custom-autoload (quote appt-audible) "appt" t)

(defvar appt-visible t "\
*Non-nil means display appointment message in echo area.
This variable is only relevant if `appt-msg-window' is nil.")

(custom-autoload (quote appt-visible) "appt" t)

(defvar appt-msg-window t "\
*Non-nil means display appointment message in another window.
If non-nil, this variable overrides `appt-visible'.")

(custom-autoload (quote appt-msg-window) "appt" t)

(defvar appt-display-mode-line t "\
*Non-nil means display minutes to appointment and time on the mode line.
This is in addition to any other display of appointment messages.")

(custom-autoload (quote appt-display-mode-line) "appt" t)

(defvar appt-display-duration 10 "\
*The number of seconds an appointment message is displayed.
Only relevant if reminders are to be displayed in their own window.")

(custom-autoload (quote appt-display-duration) "appt" t)

(defvar appt-display-diary t "\
*Non-nil displays the diary when the appointment list is first initialized.
This will occur at midnight when the appointment list is updated.")

(custom-autoload (quote appt-display-diary) "appt" t)

(autoload (quote appt-add) "appt" "\
Add an appointment for today at NEW-APPT-TIME with message NEW-APPT-MSG.
The time should be in either 24 hour format or am/pm format.

\(fn NEW-APPT-TIME NEW-APPT-MSG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote appt-delete) "appt" "\
Delete an appointment from the list of appointments.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote appt-make-list) "appt" "\
Update the appointments list from today's diary buffer.
The time must be at the beginning of a line for it to be
put in the appointments list (see examples in documentation of
the function `appt-check').  We assume that the variables DATE and
NUMBER hold the arguments that `diary-list-entries' received.
They specify the range of dates that the diary is being processed for.

Any appointments made with `appt-add' are not affected by this
function.

For backwards compatibility, this function activates the
appointment package (if it is not already active).

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote appt-activate) "appt" "\
Toggle checking of appointments.
With optional numeric argument ARG, turn appointment checking on if
ARG is positive, otherwise off.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (apropos-documentation apropos-value apropos apropos-documentation-property
;;;;;;  apropos-command apropos-variable apropos-read-pattern) "apropos"
;;;;;;  "apropos.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from apropos.el

(autoload (quote apropos-read-pattern) "apropos" "\
Read an apropos pattern, either a word list or a regexp.
Returns the user pattern, either a list of words which are matched
literally, or a string which is used as a regexp to search for.

SUBJECT is a string that is included in the prompt to identify what
kind of objects to search.

\(fn SUBJECT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote apropos-variable) "apropos" "\
Show user variables that match PATTERN.
PATTERN can be a word, a list of words (separated by spaces),
or a regexp (using some regexp special characters).  If it is a word,
search for matches for that word as a substring.  If it is a list of words,
search for matches for any two (or more) of those words.

With \\[universal-argument] prefix, or if `apropos-do-all' is non-nil, also show
normal variables.

\(fn PATTERN &optional DO-ALL)" t nil)

(defalias (quote command-apropos) (quote apropos-command))

(autoload (quote apropos-command) "apropos" "\
Show commands (interactively callable functions) that match PATTERN.
PATTERN can be a word, a list of words (separated by spaces),
or a regexp (using some regexp special characters).  If it is a word,
search for matches for that word as a substring.  If it is a list of words,
search for matches for any two (or more) of those words.

With \\[universal-argument] prefix, or if `apropos-do-all' is non-nil, also show
noninteractive functions.

If VAR-PREDICATE is non-nil, show only variables, and only those that
satisfy the predicate VAR-PREDICATE.

When called from a Lisp program, a string PATTERN is used as a regexp,
while a list of strings is used as a word list.

\(fn PATTERN &optional DO-ALL VAR-PREDICATE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote apropos-documentation-property) "apropos" "\
Like (documentation-property SYMBOL PROPERTY RAW) but handle errors.

\(fn SYMBOL PROPERTY RAW)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote apropos) "apropos" "\
Show all meaningful Lisp symbols whose names match PATTERN.
Symbols are shown if they are defined as functions, variables, or
faces, or if they have nonempty property lists.

PATTERN can be a word, a list of words (separated by spaces),
or a regexp (using some regexp special characters).  If it is a word,
search for matches for that word as a substring.  If it is a list of words,
search for matches for any two (or more) of those words.

With \\[universal-argument] prefix, or if `apropos-do-all' is non-nil,
consider all symbols (if they match PATTERN).

Returns list of symbols and documentation found.

\(fn PATTERN &optional DO-ALL)" t nil)

(autoload (quote apropos-value) "apropos" "\
Show all symbols whose value's printed representation matches PATTERN.
PATTERN can be a word, a list of words (separated by spaces),
or a regexp (using some regexp special characters).  If it is a word,
search for matches for that word as a substring.  If it is a list of words,
search for matches for any two (or more) of those words.

With \\[universal-argument] prefix, or if `apropos-do-all' is non-nil, also looks
at the function and at the names and values of properties.
Returns list of symbols and values found.

\(fn PATTERN &optional DO-ALL)" t nil)

(autoload (quote apropos-documentation) "apropos" "\
Show symbols whose documentation contains matches for PATTERN.
PATTERN can be a word, a list of words (separated by spaces),
or a regexp (using some regexp special characters).  If it is a word,
search for matches for that word as a substring.  If it is a list of words,
search for matches for any two (or more) of those words.

With \\[universal-argument] prefix, or if `apropos-do-all' is non-nil, also use
documentation that is not stored in the documentation file and show key
bindings.
Returns list of symbols and documentation found.

\(fn PATTERN &optional DO-ALL)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (archive-mode) "arc-mode" "arc-mode.el" (17960
;;;;;;  49045))
;;; Generated autoloads from arc-mode.el

(autoload (quote archive-mode) "arc-mode" "\
Major mode for viewing an archive file in a dired-like way.
You can move around using the usual cursor motion commands.
Letters no longer insert themselves.
Type `e' to pull a file out of the archive and into its own buffer;
or click mouse-2 on the file's line in the archive mode buffer.

If you edit a sub-file of this archive (as with the `e' command) and
save it, the contents of that buffer will be saved back into the
archive.

\\{archive-mode-map}

\(fn &optional FORCE)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (array-mode) "array" "array.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from array.el

(autoload (quote array-mode) "array" "\
Major mode for editing arrays.

  Array mode is a specialized mode for editing arrays.  An array is
considered to be a two-dimensional set of strings.  The strings are
NOT recognized as integers or real numbers.

  The array MUST reside at the top of the buffer.

  TABs are not respected, and may be converted into spaces at any time.
Setting the variable `array-respect-tabs' to non-nil will prevent TAB conversion,
but will cause many functions to give errors if they encounter one.

  Upon entering array mode, you will be prompted for the values of
several variables.  Others will be calculated based on the values you
supply.  These variables are all local to the buffer.  Other buffer
in array mode may have different values assigned to the variables.
The variables are:

Variables you assign:
     array-max-row:          The number of rows in the array.
     array-max-column:       The number of columns in the array.
     array-columns-per-line: The number of columns in the array per line of buffer.
     array-field-width:      The width of each field, in characters.
     array-rows-numbered:    A logical variable describing whether to ignore
                       row numbers in the buffer.

Variables which are calculated:
     array-line-length:      The number of characters in a buffer line.
     array-lines-per-row:    The number of buffer lines used to display each row.

  The following commands are available (an asterisk indicates it may
take a numeric prefix argument):

    *  	\\<array-mode-map>\\[array-forward-column]	  Move forward one column.
    *  	\\[array-backward-column]	  Move backward one column.
    *  	\\[array-next-row]	  Move down one row.
    *  	\\[array-previous-row]	  Move up one row.

    *   \\[array-copy-forward]	  Copy the current field into the column to the right.
    *   \\[array-copy-backward]	  Copy the current field into the column to the left.
    *   \\[array-copy-down]	  Copy the current field into the row below.
    *   \\[array-copy-up]	  Copy the current field into the row above.

    *   \\[array-copy-column-forward]   Copy the current column into the column to the right.
    *   \\[array-copy-column-backward]   Copy the current column into the column to the left.
    *   \\[array-copy-row-down]   Copy the current row into the row below.
    *   \\[array-copy-row-up]   Copy the current row into the row above.

        \\[array-fill-rectangle]   Copy the field at mark into every cell with row and column
                  between that of point and mark.

	\\[array-what-position]	  Display the current array row and column.
	\\[array-goto-cell]	  Go to a particular array cell.

	\\[array-make-template]	  Make a template for a new array.
	\\[array-reconfigure-rows]	  Reconfigure the array.
        \\[array-expand-rows]   Expand the array (remove row numbers and
                  newlines inside rows)

        \\[array-display-local-variables]   Display the current values of local variables.

Entering array mode calls the function `array-mode-hook'.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (artist-mode) "artist" "textmodes/artist.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58277))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/artist.el

(autoload (quote artist-mode) "artist" "\
Toggle artist mode. With arg, turn artist mode on if arg is positive.
Artist lets you draw lines, squares, rectangles and poly-lines, ellipses
and circles with your mouse and/or keyboard.

How to quit artist mode

 Type \\[artist-mode-off] to quit artist-mode.


How to submit a bug report

 Type \\[artist-submit-bug-report] to submit a bug report.


Drawing with the mouse:

 mouse-2
 shift mouse-2	Pops up a menu where you can select what to draw with
		mouse-1, and where you can do some settings (described
		below).

 mouse-1
 shift mouse-1	Draws lines, rectangles or poly-lines, erases, cuts, copies
		or pastes:

		Operation	Not shifted		  Shifted
		--------------------------------------------------------------
                Pen             fill-char at point        line from last point
                                                          to new point
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Line		Line in any direction	  Straight line
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Rectangle	Rectangle		  Square
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Poly-line	Poly-line in any dir	  Straight poly-lines
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Ellipses	Ellipses		  Circles
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Text		Text (see thru)		  Text (overwrite)
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Spray-can	Spray-can		  Set size for spray
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Erase		Erase character		  Erase rectangle
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Vaporize	Erase single line	  Erase connected
							  lines
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Cut		Cut rectangle		  Cut square
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Copy		Copy rectangle		  Copy square
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Paste		Paste			  Paste
		--------------------------------------------------------------
		Flood-fill	Flood-fill		  Flood-fill
		--------------------------------------------------------------

		* Straight lines can only go horizontally, vertically
		  or diagonally.

		* Poly-lines are drawn while holding mouse-1 down. When you
		  release the button, the point is set. If you want a segment
		  to be straight, hold down shift before pressing the
		  mouse-1 button. Click mouse-2 or mouse-3 to stop drawing
		  poly-lines.

		* See thru for text means that text already in the buffer
		  will be visible through blanks in the text rendered, while
		  overwrite means the opposite.

		* Vaporizing connected lines only vaporizes lines whose
		  _endpoints_ are connected. See also the variable
		  `artist-vaporize-fuzziness'.

		* Cut copies, then clears the rectangle/square.

		* When drawing lines or poly-lines, you can set arrows.
		  See below under ``Arrows'' for more info.

		* The mode line shows the currently selected drawing operation.
		  In addition, if it has an asterisk (*) at the end, you
		  are currently drawing something.

		* Be patient when flood-filling -- large areas take quite
		  some time to fill.


 mouse-3	Erases character under pointer
 shift mouse-3	Erases rectangle


Settings

 Set fill	Sets the character used when filling rectangles/squares

 Set line	Sets the character used when drawing lines

 Erase char	Sets the character used when erasing

 Rubber-banding	Toggles rubber-banding

 Trimming	Toggles trimming of line-endings (that is: when the shape
		is drawn, extraneous white-space at end of lines is removed)

 Borders        Toggles the drawing of line borders around filled shapes.


Drawing with keys

 \\[artist-key-set-point]		Does one of the following:
		For lines/rectangles/squares: sets the first/second endpoint
		For poly-lines: sets a point (use C-u \\[artist-key-set-point] to set last point)
		When erase characters: toggles erasing
		When cutting/copying: Sets first/last endpoint of rect/square
		When pasting: Pastes

 \\[artist-select-operation]	Selects what to draw

 Move around with \\[artist-next-line], \\[artist-previous-line], \\[artist-forward-char] and \\[artist-backward-char].

 \\[artist-select-fill-char]	Sets the charater to use when filling
 \\[artist-select-line-char]	Sets the charater to use when drawing
 \\[artist-select-erase-char]	Sets the charater to use when erasing
 \\[artist-toggle-rubber-banding]	Toggles rubber-banding
 \\[artist-toggle-trim-line-endings]	Toggles trimming of line-endings
 \\[artist-toggle-borderless-shapes]	Toggles borders on drawn shapes


Arrows

 \\[artist-toggle-first-arrow]		Sets/unsets an arrow at the beginning
		of the line/poly-line

 \\[artist-toggle-second-arrow]		Sets/unsets an arrow at the end
		of the line/poly-line


Selecting operation

 There are some keys for quickly selecting drawing operations:

 \\[artist-select-op-line]	Selects drawing lines
 \\[artist-select-op-straight-line]	Selects drawing straight lines
 \\[artist-select-op-rectangle]	Selects drawing rectangles
 \\[artist-select-op-square]	Selects drawing squares
 \\[artist-select-op-poly-line]	Selects drawing poly-lines
 \\[artist-select-op-straight-poly-line]	Selects drawing straight poly-lines
 \\[artist-select-op-ellipse]	Selects drawing ellipses
 \\[artist-select-op-circle]	Selects drawing circles
 \\[artist-select-op-text-see-thru]	Selects rendering text (see thru)
 \\[artist-select-op-text-overwrite]	Selects rendering text (overwrite)
 \\[artist-select-op-spray-can]	Spray with spray-can
 \\[artist-select-op-spray-set-size]	Set size for the spray-can
 \\[artist-select-op-erase-char]	Selects erasing characters
 \\[artist-select-op-erase-rectangle]	Selects erasing rectangles
 \\[artist-select-op-vaporize-line]	Selects vaporizing single lines
 \\[artist-select-op-vaporize-lines]	Selects vaporizing connected lines
 \\[artist-select-op-cut-rectangle]	Selects cutting rectangles
 \\[artist-select-op-copy-rectangle]	Selects copying rectangles
 \\[artist-select-op-paste]	Selects pasting
 \\[artist-select-op-flood-fill]	Selects flood-filling


Variables

 This is a brief overview of the different varaibles. For more info,
 see the documentation for the variables (type \\[describe-variable] <variable> RET).

 artist-rubber-banding		Interactively do rubber-banding or not
 artist-first-char		What to set at first/second point...
 artist-second-char		...when not rubber-banding
 artist-interface-with-rect	If cut/copy/paste should interface with rect
 artist-arrows			The arrows to use when drawing arrows
 artist-aspect-ratio		Character height-to-width for squares
 artist-trim-line-endings	Trimming of line endings
 artist-flood-fill-right-border	Right border when flood-filling
 artist-flood-fill-show-incrementally	Update display while filling
 artist-pointer-shape		Pointer shape to use while drawing
 artist-ellipse-left-char	Character to use for narrow ellipses
 artist-ellipse-right-char	Character to use for narrow ellipses
 artist-borderless-shapes       If shapes should have borders
 artist-picture-compatibility   Whether or not to be picture mode compatible
 artist-vaporize-fuzziness      Tolerance when recognizing lines
 artist-spray-interval          Seconds between repeated sprayings
 artist-spray-radius            Size of the spray-area
 artist-spray-chars             The spray-``color''
 artist-spray-new-chars         Initial spray-``color''

Hooks

 When entering artist-mode, the hook `artist-mode-init-hook' is called.
 When quitting artist-mode, the hook `artist-mode-exit-hook' is called.


Keymap summary

\\{artist-mode-map}

\(fn &optional STATE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (asm-mode) "asm-mode" "progmodes/asm-mode.el" (17842
;;;;;;  56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/asm-mode.el

(autoload (quote asm-mode) "asm-mode" "\
Major mode for editing typical assembler code.
Features a private abbrev table and the following bindings:

\\[asm-colon]	outdent a preceding label, tab to next tab stop.
\\[tab-to-tab-stop]	tab to next tab stop.
\\[asm-newline]	newline, then tab to next tab stop.
\\[asm-comment]	smart placement of assembler comments.

The character used for making comments is set by the variable
`asm-comment-char' (which defaults to `?\\;').

Alternatively, you may set this variable in `asm-mode-set-comment-hook',
which is called near the beginning of mode initialization.

Turning on Asm mode runs the hook `asm-mode-hook' at the end of initialization.

Special commands:
\\{asm-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (autoarg-kp-mode autoarg-mode) "autoarg" "autoarg.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from autoarg.el

(defvar autoarg-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Autoarg mode is enabled.
See the command `autoarg-mode' for a description of this minor mode.")

(custom-autoload (quote autoarg-mode) "autoarg" nil)

(autoload (quote autoarg-mode) "autoarg" "\
Toggle Autoarg minor mode globally.
With ARG, turn Autoarg mode on if ARG is positive, off otherwise.
\\<autoarg-mode-map>
In Autoarg mode digits are bound to `digit-argument' -- i.e. they
supply prefix arguments as C-DIGIT and M-DIGIT normally do -- and
C-DIGIT inserts DIGIT.  \\[autoarg-terminate] terminates the prefix sequence
and inserts the digits of the autoarg sequence into the buffer.
Without a numeric prefix arg the normal binding of \\[autoarg-terminate] is
invoked, i.e. what it would be with Autoarg mode off.

For example:
`6 9 \\[autoarg-terminate]' inserts `69' into the buffer, as does `C-6 C-9'.
`6 9 a' inserts 69 `a's into the buffer.
`6 9 \\[autoarg-terminate] \\[autoarg-terminate]' inserts `69' into the buffer and
then invokes the normal binding of \\[autoarg-terminate].
`C-u \\[autoarg-terminate]' invokes the normal binding of \\[autoarg-terminate] four times.

\\{autoarg-mode-map}

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(defvar autoarg-kp-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Autoarg-Kp mode is enabled.
See the command `autoarg-kp-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `autoarg-kp-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote autoarg-kp-mode) "autoarg" nil)

(autoload (quote autoarg-kp-mode) "autoarg" "\
Toggle Autoarg-KP minor mode globally.
With ARG, turn Autoarg mode on if ARG is positive, off otherwise.
\\<autoarg-kp-mode-map>
This is similar to \\[autoarg-mode] but rebinds the keypad keys `kp-1'
etc. to supply digit arguments.

\\{autoarg-kp-mode-map}

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (autoconf-mode) "autoconf" "progmodes/autoconf.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/autoconf.el

(autoload (quote autoconf-mode) "autoconf" "\
Major mode for editing Autoconf configure.in files.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (auto-insert-mode define-auto-insert auto-insert)
;;;;;;  "autoinsert" "autoinsert.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from autoinsert.el

(autoload (quote auto-insert) "autoinsert" "\
Insert default contents into new files if variable `auto-insert' is non-nil.
Matches the visited file name against the elements of `auto-insert-alist'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote define-auto-insert) "autoinsert" "\
Associate CONDITION with (additional) ACTION in `auto-insert-alist'.
Optional AFTER means to insert action after all existing actions for CONDITION,
or if CONDITION had no actions, after all other CONDITIONs.

\(fn CONDITION ACTION &optional AFTER)" nil nil)

(defvar auto-insert-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Auto-Insert mode is enabled.
See the command `auto-insert-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `auto-insert-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote auto-insert-mode) "autoinsert" nil)

(autoload (quote auto-insert-mode) "autoinsert" "\
Toggle Auto-insert mode.
With prefix ARG, turn Auto-insert mode on if and only if ARG is positive.
Returns the new status of Auto-insert mode (non-nil means on).

When Auto-insert mode is enabled, when new files are created you can
insert a template for the file depending on the mode of the buffer.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (batch-update-autoloads update-directory-autoloads
;;;;;;  update-file-autoloads) "autoload" "emacs-lisp/autoload.el"
;;;;;;  (17860 50557))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/autoload.el

(autoload (quote update-file-autoloads) "autoload" "\
Update the autoloads for FILE in `generated-autoload-file'
\(which FILE might bind in its local variables).
If SAVE-AFTER is non-nil (which is always, when called interactively),
save the buffer too.

Return FILE if there was no autoload cookie in it, else nil.

\(fn FILE &optional SAVE-AFTER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote update-directory-autoloads) "autoload" "\
Update loaddefs.el with all the current autoloads from DIRS, and no old ones.
This uses `update-file-autoloads' (which see) to do its work.
In an interactive call, you must give one argument, the name
of a single directory.  In a call from Lisp, you can supply multiple
directories as separate arguments, but this usage is discouraged.

The function does NOT recursively descend into subdirectories of the
directory or directories specified.

\(fn &rest DIRS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote batch-update-autoloads) "autoload" "\
Update loaddefs.el autoloads in batch mode.
Calls `update-directory-autoloads' on the command line arguments.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (global-auto-revert-mode turn-on-auto-revert-tail-mode
;;;;;;  auto-revert-tail-mode turn-on-auto-revert-mode auto-revert-mode)
;;;;;;  "autorevert" "autorevert.el" (17925 15265))
;;; Generated autoloads from autorevert.el

(autoload (quote auto-revert-mode) "autorevert" "\
Toggle reverting buffer when file on disk changes.

With arg, turn Auto Revert mode on if and only if arg is positive.
This is a minor mode that affects only the current buffer.
Use `global-auto-revert-mode' to automatically revert all buffers.
Use `auto-revert-tail-mode' if you know that the file will only grow
without being changed in the part that is already in the buffer.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote turn-on-auto-revert-mode) "autorevert" "\
Turn on Auto-Revert Mode.

This function is designed to be added to hooks, for example:
  (add-hook 'c-mode-hook 'turn-on-auto-revert-mode)

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote auto-revert-tail-mode) "autorevert" "\
Toggle reverting tail of buffer when file on disk grows.
With arg, turn Tail mode on iff arg is positive.

When Tail mode is enabled, the tail of the file is constantly
followed, as with the shell command `tail -f'.  This means that
whenever the file grows on disk (presumably because some
background process is appending to it from time to time), this is
reflected in the current buffer.

You can edit the buffer and turn this mode off and on again as
you please.  But make sure the background process has stopped
writing before you save the file!

Use `auto-revert-mode' for changes other than appends!

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote turn-on-auto-revert-tail-mode) "autorevert" "\
Turn on Auto-Revert Tail Mode.

This function is designed to be added to hooks, for example:
  (add-hook 'my-logfile-mode-hook 'turn-on-auto-revert-tail-mode)

\(fn)" nil nil)

(defvar global-auto-revert-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Global-Auto-Revert mode is enabled.
See the command `global-auto-revert-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `global-auto-revert-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote global-auto-revert-mode) "autorevert" nil)

(autoload (quote global-auto-revert-mode) "autorevert" "\
Revert any buffer when file on disk changes.

With arg, turn Auto Revert mode on globally if and only if arg is positive.
This is a minor mode that affects all buffers.
Use `auto-revert-mode' to revert a particular buffer.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mouse-avoidance-mode mouse-avoidance-mode) "avoid"
;;;;;;  "avoid.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from avoid.el

(defvar mouse-avoidance-mode nil "\
Activate mouse avoidance mode.
See function `mouse-avoidance-mode' for possible values.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
use either \\[customize] or the function `mouse-avoidance-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote mouse-avoidance-mode) "avoid" nil)

(autoload (quote mouse-avoidance-mode) "avoid" "\
Set cursor avoidance mode to MODE.
MODE should be one of the symbols `banish', `exile', `jump', `animate',
`cat-and-mouse', `proteus', or `none'.

If MODE is nil, toggle mouse avoidance between `none' and `banish'
modes.  Positive numbers and symbols other than the above are treated
as equivalent to `banish'; negative numbers and `-' are equivalent to `none'.

Effects of the different modes:
 * banish: Move the mouse to the upper-right corner on any keypress.
 * exile: Move the mouse to the corner only if the cursor gets too close,
     and allow it to return once the cursor is out of the way.
 * jump: If the cursor gets too close to the mouse, displace the mouse
     a random distance & direction.
 * animate: As `jump', but shows steps along the way for illusion of motion.
 * cat-and-mouse: Same as `animate'.
 * proteus: As `animate', but changes the shape of the mouse pointer too.

Whenever the mouse is moved, the frame is also raised.

\(see `mouse-avoidance-threshold' for definition of \"too close\",
and `mouse-avoidance-nudge-dist' and `mouse-avoidance-nudge-var' for
definition of \"random distance\".)

\(fn &optional MODE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (backquote) "backquote" "emacs-lisp/backquote.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/backquote.el

(autoload (quote backquote) "backquote" "\
Argument STRUCTURE describes a template to build.

The whole structure acts as if it were quoted except for certain
places where expressions are evaluated and inserted or spliced in.

For example:

b              => (ba bb bc)		; assume b has this value
`(a b c)       => (a b c)		; backquote acts like quote
`(a ,b c)      => (a (ba bb bc) c)	; insert the value of b
`(a ,@b c)     => (a ba bb bc c)	; splice in the value of b

Vectors work just like lists.  Nested backquotes are permitted.

\(fn ARG)" nil (quote macro))

(defalias (quote \`) (symbol-function (quote backquote)))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (display-battery-mode battery) "battery" "battery.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from battery.el
 (put 'battery-mode-line-string 'risky-local-variable t)

(autoload (quote battery) "battery" "\
Display battery status information in the echo area.
The text being displayed in the echo area is controlled by the variables
`battery-echo-area-format' and `battery-status-function'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(defvar display-battery-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Display-Battery mode is enabled.
See the command `display-battery-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `display-battery-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote display-battery-mode) "battery" nil)

(autoload (quote display-battery-mode) "battery" "\
Display battery status information in the mode line.
The text being displayed in the mode line is controlled by the variables
`battery-mode-line-format' and `battery-status-function'.
The mode line will be updated automatically every `battery-update-interval'
seconds.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (benchmark benchmark-run-compiled benchmark-run)
;;;;;;  "benchmark" "emacs-lisp/benchmark.el" (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/benchmark.el

(autoload (quote benchmark-run) "benchmark" "\
Time execution of FORMS.
If REPETITIONS is supplied as a number, run forms that many times,
accounting for the overhead of the resulting loop.  Otherwise run
FORMS once.
Return a list of the total elapsed time for execution, the number of
garbage collections that ran, and the time taken by garbage collection.
See also `benchmark-run-compiled'.

\(fn &optional REPETITIONS &rest FORMS)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote benchmark-run-compiled) "benchmark" "\
Time execution of compiled version of FORMS.
This is like `benchmark-run', but what is timed is a funcall of the
byte code obtained by wrapping FORMS in a `lambda' and compiling the
result.  The overhead of the `lambda's is accounted for.

\(fn &optional REPETITIONS &rest FORMS)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote benchmark) "benchmark" "\
Print the time taken for REPETITIONS executions of FORM.
Interactively, REPETITIONS is taken from the prefix arg.  For
non-interactive use see also `benchmark-run' and
`benchmark-run-compiled'.

\(fn REPETITIONS FORM)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (bibtex-mode) "bibtex" "textmodes/bibtex.el" (17956
;;;;;;  21270))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/bibtex.el

(autoload (quote bibtex-mode) "bibtex" "\
Major mode for editing BibTeX files.

General information on working with BibTeX mode:

Use commands such as \\[bibtex-Book] to get a template for a specific entry.
Then fill in all desired fields using \\[bibtex-next-field] to jump from field
to field.  After having filled in all desired fields in the entry, clean the
new entry with the command \\[bibtex-clean-entry].

Some features of BibTeX mode are available only by setting the variable
`bibtex-maintain-sorted-entries' to non-nil.  However, then BibTeX mode
works only with buffers containing valid (syntactical correct) and sorted
entries.  This is usually the case, if you have created a buffer completely
with BibTeX mode and finished every new entry with \\[bibtex-clean-entry].

For third party BibTeX files, call the command \\[bibtex-convert-alien]
to fully take advantage of all features of BibTeX mode.


Special information:

A command such as \\[bibtex-Book] outlines the fields for a BibTeX book entry.

The names of optional fields start with the string OPT, and are thus ignored
by BibTeX.  The names of alternative fields from which only one is required
start with the string ALT.  The OPT or ALT string may be removed from
the name of a field with \\[bibtex-remove-OPT-or-ALT].
\\[bibtex-make-field] inserts a new field after the current one.
\\[bibtex-kill-field] kills the current field entirely.
\\[bibtex-yank] yanks the last recently killed field after the current field.
\\[bibtex-remove-delimiters] removes the double-quotes or braces around the text of the current field.
\\[bibtex-empty-field] replaces the text of the current field with the default \"\" or {}.
\\[bibtex-find-text] moves point to the end of the current field.
\\[bibtex-complete] completes word fragment before point according to context.

The command \\[bibtex-clean-entry] cleans the current entry, i.e. it removes OPT/ALT
from the names of all non-empty optional or alternative fields, checks that
no required fields are empty, and does some formatting dependent on the value
of `bibtex-entry-format'.  Furthermore, it can automatically generate a key
for the BibTeX entry, see `bibtex-generate-autokey'.
Note: some functions in BibTeX mode depend on entries being in a special
format (all fields beginning on separate lines), so it is usually a bad
idea to remove `realign' from `bibtex-entry-format'.

BibTeX mode supports Imenu and hideshow minor mode (`hs-minor-mode').

----------------------------------------------------------
Entry to BibTeX mode calls the value of `bibtex-mode-hook'
if that value is non-nil.

\\{bibtex-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (binhex-decode-region binhex-decode-region-external
;;;;;;  binhex-decode-region-internal) "binhex" "gnus/binhex.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/binhex.el

(defconst binhex-begin-line "^:...............................................................$")

(autoload (quote binhex-decode-region-internal) "binhex" "\
Binhex decode region between START and END without using an external program.
If HEADER-ONLY is non-nil only decode header and return filename.

\(fn START END &optional HEADER-ONLY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote binhex-decode-region-external) "binhex" "\
Binhex decode region between START and END using external decoder.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote binhex-decode-region) "binhex" "\
Binhex decode region between START and END.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (blackbox) "blackbox" "play/blackbox.el" (17842
;;;;;;  55395))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/blackbox.el

(autoload (quote blackbox) "blackbox" "\
Play blackbox.
Optional prefix argument is the number of balls; the default is 4.

What is blackbox?

Blackbox is a game of hide and seek played on an 8 by 8 grid (the
Blackbox).  Your opponent (Emacs, in this case) has hidden several
balls (usually 4) within this box.  By shooting rays into the box and
observing where they emerge it is possible to deduce the positions of
the hidden balls.  The fewer rays you use to find the balls, the lower
your score.

Overview of play:

\\<blackbox-mode-map>To play blackbox, type \\[blackbox].  An optional prefix argument
specifies the number of balls to be hidden in the box; the default is
four.

The cursor can be moved around the box with the standard cursor
movement keys.

To shoot a ray, move the cursor to the edge of the box and press SPC.
The result will be determined and the playfield updated.

You may place or remove balls in the box by moving the cursor into the
box and pressing \\[bb-romp].

When you think the configuration of balls you have placed is correct,
press \\[bb-done].  You will be informed whether you are correct or
not, and be given your score.  Your score is the number of letters and
numbers around the outside of the box plus five for each incorrectly
placed ball.  If you placed any balls incorrectly, they will be
indicated with `x', and their actual positions indicated with `o'.

Details:

There are three possible outcomes for each ray you send into the box:

	Detour: the ray is deflected and emerges somewhere other than
		where you sent it in.  On the playfield, detours are
		denoted by matching pairs of numbers -- one where the
		ray went in, and the other where it came out.

	Reflection: the ray is reflected and emerges in the same place
		it was sent in.  On the playfield, reflections are
		denoted by the letter `R'.

	Hit:	the ray strikes a ball directly and is absorbed.  It does
		not emerge from the box.  On the playfield, hits are
		denoted by the letter `H'.

The rules for how balls deflect rays are simple and are best shown by
example.

As a ray approaches a ball it is deflected ninety degrees.  Rays can
be deflected multiple times.  In the diagrams below, the dashes
represent empty box locations and the letter `O' represents a ball.
The entrance and exit points of each ray are marked with numbers as
described under \"Detour\" above.  Note that the entrance and exit
points are always interchangeable.  `*' denotes the path taken by the
ray.

Note carefully the relative positions of the ball and the ninety
degree deflection it causes.

    1
  - * - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -
  - * - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -
1 * * - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -         - O - - - - O -
  - - O - - - - -         - - O - - - - -         - - * * * * - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - * * * * * 2     3 * * * - - * - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - * - - - -         - - - O - * - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - * - - - -         - - - - * * - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - * - - - -         - - - - * - O -
                                2                         3

As mentioned above, a reflection occurs when a ray emerges from the same point
it was sent in.  This can happen in several ways:


  - - - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -          - - - - - - - -
  - - - - O - - -         - - O - O - - -          - - - - - - - -
R * * * * - - - -         - - - * - - - -          O - - - - - - -
  - - - - O - - -         - - - * - - - -        R - - - - - - - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - * - - - -          - - - - - - - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - * - - - -          - - - - - - - -
  - - - - - - - -       R * * * * - - - -          - - - - - - - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - - O - - -          - - - - - - - -

In the first example, the ray is deflected downwards by the upper
ball, then left by the lower ball, and finally retraces its path to
its point of origin.  The second example is similar.  The third
example is a bit anomalous but can be rationalized by realizing the
ray never gets a chance to get into the box.  Alternatively, the ray
can be thought of as being deflected downwards and immediately
emerging from the box.

A hit occurs when a ray runs straight into a ball:

  - - - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -          - - - - - - - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -          - - - - O - - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - - O - - -        H * * * * - - - -
  - - - - - - - -       H * * * * O - - -          - - - * - - - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - - O - - -          - - - O - - - -
H * * * O - - - -         - - - - - - - -          - - - - - - - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -          - - - - - - - -
  - - - - - - - -         - - - - - - - -          - - - - - - - -

Be sure to compare the second example of a hit with the first example of
a reflection.

\(fn NUM)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (bookmark-bmenu-list bookmark-load bookmark-save
;;;;;;  bookmark-write bookmark-delete bookmark-insert bookmark-rename
;;;;;;  bookmark-insert-location bookmark-relocate bookmark-jump
;;;;;;  bookmark-set) "bookmark" "bookmark.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from bookmark.el
 (define-key ctl-x-map "rb" 'bookmark-jump)
 (define-key ctl-x-map "rm" 'bookmark-set)
 (define-key ctl-x-map "rl" 'bookmark-bmenu-list)

(defvar bookmark-map nil "\
Keymap containing bindings to bookmark functions.
It is not bound to any key by default: to bind it
so that you have a bookmark prefix, just use `global-set-key' and bind a
key of your choice to `bookmark-map'.  All interactive bookmark
functions have a binding in this keymap.")
 (define-prefix-command 'bookmark-map)
 (define-key bookmark-map "x" 'bookmark-set)
 (define-key bookmark-map "m" 'bookmark-set) ; "m" for "mark"
 (define-key bookmark-map "j" 'bookmark-jump)
 (define-key bookmark-map "g" 'bookmark-jump) ; "g" for "go"
 (define-key bookmark-map "i" 'bookmark-insert)
 (define-key bookmark-map "e" 'edit-bookmarks)
 (define-key bookmark-map "f" 'bookmark-insert-location) ; "f" for "find"
 (define-key bookmark-map "r" 'bookmark-rename)
 (define-key bookmark-map "d" 'bookmark-delete)
 (define-key bookmark-map "l" 'bookmark-load)
 (define-key bookmark-map "w" 'bookmark-write)
 (define-key bookmark-map "s" 'bookmark-save)

(autoload (quote bookmark-set) "bookmark" "\
Set a bookmark named NAME inside a file.
If name is nil, then the user will be prompted.
With prefix arg, will not overwrite a bookmark that has the same name
as NAME if such a bookmark already exists, but instead will \"push\"
the new bookmark onto the bookmark alist.  Thus the most recently set
bookmark with name NAME would be the one in effect at any given time,
but the others are still there, should you decide to delete the most
recent one.

To yank words from the text of the buffer and use them as part of the
bookmark name, type C-w while setting a bookmark.  Successive C-w's
yank successive words.

Typing C-u inserts the name of the last bookmark used in the buffer
\(as an aid in using a single bookmark name to track your progress
through a large file).  If no bookmark was used, then C-u inserts the
name of the file being visited.

Use \\[bookmark-delete] to remove bookmarks (you give it a name,
and it removes only the first instance of a bookmark with that name from
the list of bookmarks.)

\(fn &optional NAME PARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bookmark-jump) "bookmark" "\
Jump to bookmark BOOKMARK (a point in some file).
You may have a problem using this function if the value of variable
`bookmark-alist' is nil.  If that happens, you need to load in some
bookmarks.  See help on function `bookmark-load' for more about
this.

If the file pointed to by BOOKMARK no longer exists, you will be asked
if you wish to give the bookmark a new location, and `bookmark-jump'
will then jump to the new location, as well as recording it in place
of the old one in the permanent bookmark record.

\(fn BOOKMARK)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bookmark-relocate) "bookmark" "\
Relocate BOOKMARK to another file (reading file name with minibuffer).
This makes an already existing bookmark point to that file, instead of
the one it used to point at.  Useful when a file has been renamed
after a bookmark was set in it.

\(fn BOOKMARK)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bookmark-insert-location) "bookmark" "\
Insert the name of the file associated with BOOKMARK.
Optional second arg NO-HISTORY means don't record this in the
minibuffer history list `bookmark-history'.

\(fn BOOKMARK &optional NO-HISTORY)" t nil)

(defalias (quote bookmark-locate) (quote bookmark-insert-location))

(autoload (quote bookmark-rename) "bookmark" "\
Change the name of OLD bookmark to NEW name.
If called from keyboard, prompt for OLD and NEW.  If called from
menubar, select OLD from a menu and prompt for NEW.

If called from Lisp, prompt for NEW if only OLD was passed as an
argument.  If called with two strings, then no prompting is done.  You
must pass at least OLD when calling from Lisp.

While you are entering the new name, consecutive C-w's insert
consecutive words from the text of the buffer into the new bookmark
name.

\(fn OLD &optional NEW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bookmark-insert) "bookmark" "\
Insert the text of the file pointed to by bookmark BOOKMARK.
You may have a problem using this function if the value of variable
`bookmark-alist' is nil.  If that happens, you need to load in some
bookmarks.  See help on function `bookmark-load' for more about
this.

\(fn BOOKMARK)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bookmark-delete) "bookmark" "\
Delete BOOKMARK from the bookmark list.
Removes only the first instance of a bookmark with that name.  If
there are one or more other bookmarks with the same name, they will
not be deleted.  Defaults to the \"current\" bookmark (that is, the
one most recently used in this file, if any).
Optional second arg BATCH means don't update the bookmark list buffer,
probably because we were called from there.

\(fn BOOKMARK &optional BATCH)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bookmark-write) "bookmark" "\
Write bookmarks to a file (reading the file name with the minibuffer).
Don't use this in Lisp programs; use `bookmark-save' instead.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bookmark-save) "bookmark" "\
Save currently defined bookmarks.
Saves by default in the file defined by the variable
`bookmark-default-file'.  With a prefix arg, save it in file FILE
\(second argument).

If you are calling this from Lisp, the two arguments are PARG and
FILE, and if you just want it to write to the default file, then
pass no arguments.  Or pass in nil and FILE, and it will save in FILE
instead.  If you pass in one argument, and it is non-nil, then the
user will be interactively queried for a file to save in.

When you want to load in the bookmarks from a file, use
`bookmark-load', \\[bookmark-load].  That function will prompt you
for a file, defaulting to the file defined by variable
`bookmark-default-file'.

\(fn &optional PARG FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bookmark-load) "bookmark" "\
Load bookmarks from FILE (which must be in bookmark format).
Appends loaded bookmarks to the front of the list of bookmarks.  If
optional second argument OVERWRITE is non-nil, existing bookmarks are
destroyed.  Optional third arg NO-MSG means don't display any messages
while loading.

If you load a file that doesn't contain a proper bookmark alist, you
will corrupt Emacs's bookmark list.  Generally, you should only load
in files that were created with the bookmark functions in the first
place.  Your own personal bookmark file, `~/.emacs.bmk', is
maintained automatically by Emacs; you shouldn't need to load it
explicitly.

If you load a file containing bookmarks with the same names as
bookmarks already present in your Emacs, the new bookmarks will get
unique numeric suffixes \"<2>\", \"<3>\", ... following the same
method buffers use to resolve name collisions.

\(fn FILE &optional OVERWRITE NO-MSG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bookmark-bmenu-list) "bookmark" "\
Display a list of existing bookmarks.
The list is displayed in a buffer named `*Bookmark List*'.
The leftmost column displays a D if the bookmark is flagged for
deletion, or > if it is flagged for displaying.

\(fn)" t nil)

(defalias (quote list-bookmarks) (quote bookmark-bmenu-list))

(defalias (quote edit-bookmarks) (quote bookmark-bmenu-list))

(defvar menu-bar-bookmark-map (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap "Bookmark functions"))) (define-key map [load] (quote ("Load a Bookmark File..." . bookmark-load))) (define-key map [write] (quote ("Save Bookmarks As..." . bookmark-write))) (define-key map [save] (quote ("Save Bookmarks" . bookmark-save))) (define-key map [edit] (quote ("Edit Bookmark List" . bookmark-bmenu-list))) (define-key map [delete] (quote ("Delete Bookmark..." . bookmark-delete))) (define-key map [rename] (quote ("Rename Bookmark..." . bookmark-rename))) (define-key map [locate] (quote ("Insert Location..." . bookmark-locate))) (define-key map [insert] (quote ("Insert Contents..." . bookmark-insert))) (define-key map [set] (quote ("Set Bookmark..." . bookmark-set))) (define-key map [jump] (quote ("Jump to Bookmark..." . bookmark-jump))) map))

(defalias (quote menu-bar-bookmark-map) menu-bar-bookmark-map)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (browse-url-kde browse-url-generic browse-url-mail
;;;;;;  browse-url-mmm browse-url-lynx-emacs browse-url-lynx-xterm
;;;;;;  browse-url-w3-gnudoit browse-url-w3 browse-url-iximosaic
;;;;;;  browse-url-cci browse-url-grail browse-url-mosaic browse-url-gnome-moz
;;;;;;  browse-url-galeon browse-url-firefox browse-url-mozilla browse-url-netscape
;;;;;;  browse-url-default-browser browse-url-at-mouse browse-url-at-point
;;;;;;  browse-url browse-url-of-region browse-url-of-dired-file
;;;;;;  browse-url-of-buffer browse-url-of-file browse-url-url-at-point
;;;;;;  browse-url-galeon-program browse-url-firefox-program browse-url-browser-function)
;;;;;;  "browse-url" "net/browse-url.el" (17842 55218))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/browse-url.el

(defvar browse-url-browser-function (cond ((memq system-type (quote (windows-nt ms-dos cygwin))) (quote browse-url-default-windows-browser)) ((memq system-type (quote (darwin))) (quote browse-url-default-macosx-browser)) (t (quote browse-url-default-browser))) "\
*Function to display the current buffer in a WWW browser.
This is used by the `browse-url-at-point', `browse-url-at-mouse', and
`browse-url-of-file' commands.

If the value is not a function it should be a list of pairs
\(REGEXP . FUNCTION).  In this case the function called will be the one
associated with the first REGEXP which matches the current URL.  The
function is passed the URL and any other args of `browse-url'.  The last
regexp should probably be \".\" to specify a default browser.")

(custom-autoload (quote browse-url-browser-function) "browse-url" t)

(defvar browse-url-firefox-program "firefox" "\
*The name by which to invoke Firefox.")

(custom-autoload (quote browse-url-firefox-program) "browse-url" t)

(defvar browse-url-galeon-program "galeon" "\
*The name by which to invoke Galeon.")

(custom-autoload (quote browse-url-galeon-program) "browse-url" t)

(autoload (quote browse-url-url-at-point) "browse-url" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-of-file) "browse-url" "\
Ask a WWW browser to display FILE.
Display the current buffer's file if FILE is nil or if called
interactively.  Turn the filename into a URL with function
`browse-url-file-url'.  Pass the URL to a browser using the
`browse-url' function then run `browse-url-of-file-hook'.

\(fn &optional FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-of-buffer) "browse-url" "\
Ask a WWW browser to display BUFFER.
Display the current buffer if BUFFER is nil.  Display only the
currently visible part of BUFFER (from a temporary file) if buffer is
narrowed.

\(fn &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-of-dired-file) "browse-url" "\
In Dired, ask a WWW browser to display the file named on this line.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-of-region) "browse-url" "\
Ask a WWW browser to display the current region.

\(fn MIN MAX)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url) "browse-url" "\
Ask a WWW browser to load URL.
Prompts for a URL, defaulting to the URL at or before point.  Variable
`browse-url-browser-function' says which browser to use.

\(fn URL &rest ARGS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-at-point) "browse-url" "\
Ask a WWW browser to load the URL at or before point.
Doesn't let you edit the URL like `browse-url'.  Variable
`browse-url-browser-function' says which browser to use.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-at-mouse) "browse-url" "\
Ask a WWW browser to load a URL clicked with the mouse.
The URL is the one around or before the position of the mouse click
but point is not changed.  Doesn't let you edit the URL like
`browse-url'.  Variable `browse-url-browser-function' says which browser
to use.

\(fn EVENT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-default-browser) "browse-url" "\
Find a suitable browser and ask it to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil, load the document in a new window, if possible, otherwise use
a random existing one.  A non-nil interactive prefix argument reverses
the effect of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

The order attempted is gnome-moz-remote, Mozilla, Firefox,
Galeon, Konqueror, Netscape, Mosaic, IXI Mosaic, Lynx in an
xterm, MMM, and then W3.

\(fn URL &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-netscape) "browse-url" "\
Ask the Netscape WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  The strings in variable
`browse-url-netscape-arguments' are also passed to Netscape.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil, load the document in a new Netscape window, otherwise use a
random existing one.  A non-nil interactive prefix argument reverses
the effect of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

If `browse-url-netscape-new-window-is-tab' is non-nil, then
whenever a document would otherwise be loaded in a new window, it
is loaded in a new tab in an existing window instead.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-mozilla) "browse-url" "\
Ask the Mozilla WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  The strings in variable
`browse-url-mozilla-arguments' are also passed to Mozilla.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil, load the document in a new Mozilla window, otherwise use a
random existing one.  A non-nil interactive prefix argument reverses
the effect of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

If `browse-url-mozilla-new-window-is-tab' is non-nil, then whenever a
document would otherwise be loaded in a new window, it is loaded in a
new tab in an existing window instead.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-firefox) "browse-url" "\
Ask the Firefox WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  The strings in
variable `browse-url-firefox-arguments' are also passed to
Firefox.

When called interactively, if variable
`browse-url-new-window-flag' is non-nil, load the document in a
new Firefox window, otherwise use a random existing one.  A
non-nil interactive prefix argument reverses the effect of
`browse-url-new-window-flag'.

If `browse-url-firefox-new-window-is-tab' is non-nil, then
whenever a document would otherwise be loaded in a new window, it
is loaded in a new tab in an existing window instead.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument
NEW-WINDOW is used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

On MS-Windows systems the optional `new-window' parameter is
ignored.  Firefox for Windows does not support the \"-remote\"
command line parameter.  Therefore, the
`browse-url-new-window-flag' and `browse-url-firefox-new-window-is-tab'
are ignored as well.  Firefox on Windows will always open the requested
URL in a new window.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-galeon) "browse-url" "\
Ask the Galeon WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  The strings in variable
`browse-url-galeon-arguments' are also passed to Galeon.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil, load the document in a new Galeon window, otherwise use a
random existing one.  A non-nil interactive prefix argument reverses
the effect of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

If `browse-url-galeon-new-window-is-tab' is non-nil, then whenever a
document would otherwise be loaded in a new window, it is loaded in a
new tab in an existing window instead.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-gnome-moz) "browse-url" "\
Ask Mozilla/Netscape to load URL via the GNOME program `gnome-moz-remote'.
Default to the URL around or before point.  The strings in variable
`browse-url-gnome-moz-arguments' are also passed.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil, load the document in a new browser window, otherwise use an
existing one.  A non-nil interactive prefix argument reverses the
effect of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-mosaic) "browse-url" "\
Ask the XMosaic WWW browser to load URL.

Default to the URL around or before point.  The strings in variable
`browse-url-mosaic-arguments' are also passed to Mosaic and the
program is invoked according to the variable
`browse-url-mosaic-program'.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil, load the document in a new Mosaic window, otherwise use a
random existing one.  A non-nil interactive prefix argument reverses
the effect of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-grail) "browse-url" "\
Ask the Grail WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  Runs the program in the
variable `browse-url-grail'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-cci) "browse-url" "\
Ask the XMosaic WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.

This function only works for XMosaic version 2.5 or later.  You must
select `CCI' from XMosaic's File menu, set the CCI Port Address to the
value of variable `browse-url-CCI-port', and enable `Accept requests'.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil, load the document in a new browser window, otherwise use a
random existing one.  A non-nil interactive prefix argument reverses
the effect of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-iximosaic) "browse-url" "\
Ask the IXIMosaic WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-w3) "browse-url" "\
Ask the w3 WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil, load the document in a new window.  A non-nil interactive
prefix argument reverses the effect of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-w3-gnudoit) "browse-url" "\
Ask another Emacs running gnuserv to load the URL using the W3 browser.
The `browse-url-gnudoit-program' program is used with options given by
`browse-url-gnudoit-args'.  Default to the URL around or before point.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-lynx-xterm) "browse-url" "\
Ask the Lynx WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  A new Lynx process is run
in an Xterm window using the Xterm program named by `browse-url-xterm-program'
with possible additional arguments `browse-url-xterm-args'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-lynx-emacs) "browse-url" "\
Ask the Lynx WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  With a prefix argument, run
a new Lynx process in a new buffer.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil, load the document in a new lynx in a new term window,
otherwise use any existing one.  A non-nil interactive prefix argument
reverses the effect of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-mmm) "browse-url" "\
Ask the MMM WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-mail) "browse-url" "\
Open a new mail message buffer within Emacs for the RFC 2368 URL.
Default to using the mailto: URL around or before point as the
recipient's address.  Supplying a non-nil interactive prefix argument
will cause the mail to be composed in another window rather than the
current one.

When called interactively, if variable `browse-url-new-window-flag' is
non-nil use `compose-mail-other-window', otherwise `compose-mail'.  A
non-nil interactive prefix argument reverses the effect of
`browse-url-new-window-flag'.

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of `browse-url-new-window-flag'.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-generic) "browse-url" "\
Ask the WWW browser defined by `browse-url-generic-program' to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  A fresh copy of the
browser is started up in a new process with possible additional arguments
`browse-url-generic-args'.  This is appropriate for browsers which
don't offer a form of remote control.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote browse-url-kde) "browse-url" "\
Ask the KDE WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.

\(fn URL &optional NEW-WINDOW)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (snarf-bruces bruce) "bruce" "play/bruce.el" (17842
;;;;;;  55395))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/bruce.el

(autoload (quote bruce) "bruce" "\
Adds that special touch of class to your outgoing mail.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote snarf-bruces) "bruce" "\
Return a vector containing the lines from `bruce-phrases-file'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (bs-show bs-customize bs-cycle-previous bs-cycle-next)
;;;;;;  "bs" "bs.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from bs.el

(autoload (quote bs-cycle-next) "bs" "\
Select next buffer defined by buffer cycling.
The buffers taking part in buffer cycling are defined
by buffer configuration `bs-cycle-configuration-name'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bs-cycle-previous) "bs" "\
Select previous buffer defined by buffer cycling.
The buffers taking part in buffer cycling are defined
by buffer configuration `bs-cycle-configuration-name'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bs-customize) "bs" "\
Customization of group bs for Buffer Selection Menu.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bs-show) "bs" "\
Make a menu of buffers so you can manipulate buffers or the buffer list.
\\<bs-mode-map>
There are many key commands similar to `Buffer-menu-mode' for
manipulating buffer list and buffers itself.
User can move with [up] or [down], select a buffer
by \\[bs-select] or [SPC]

Type \\[bs-kill] to leave Buffer Selection Menu without a selection.
Type \\[bs-help] after invocation to get help on commands available.
With prefix argument ARG show a different buffer list.  Function
`bs--configuration-name-for-prefix-arg' determine accordingly
name of buffer configuration.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (insert-text-button make-text-button insert-button
;;;;;;  make-button define-button-type) "button" "button.el" (17992
;;;;;;  30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from button.el

(defvar button-map (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap))) (define-key map "
" (quote push-button)) (define-key map [mouse-2] (quote push-button)) map) "\
Keymap used by buttons.")

(defvar button-buffer-map (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap))) (define-key map [9] (quote forward-button)) (define-key map "	" (quote backward-button)) (define-key map [backtab] (quote backward-button)) map) "\
Keymap useful for buffers containing buttons.
Mode-specific keymaps may want to use this as their parent keymap.")

(autoload (quote define-button-type) "button" "\
Define a `button type' called NAME.
The remaining arguments form a sequence of PROPERTY VALUE pairs,
specifying properties to use as defaults for buttons with this type
\(a button's type may be set by giving it a `type' property when
creating the button, using the :type keyword argument).

In addition, the keyword argument :supertype may be used to specify a
button-type from which NAME inherits its default property values
\(however, the inheritance happens only when NAME is defined; subsequent
changes to a supertype are not reflected in its subtypes).

\(fn NAME &rest PROPERTIES)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote make-button) "button" "\
Make a button from BEG to END in the current buffer.
The remaining arguments form a sequence of PROPERTY VALUE pairs,
specifying properties to add to the button.
In addition, the keyword argument :type may be used to specify a
button-type from which to inherit other properties; see
`define-button-type'.

Also see `make-text-button', `insert-button'.

\(fn BEG END &rest PROPERTIES)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote insert-button) "button" "\
Insert a button with the label LABEL.
The remaining arguments form a sequence of PROPERTY VALUE pairs,
specifying properties to add to the button.
In addition, the keyword argument :type may be used to specify a
button-type from which to inherit other properties; see
`define-button-type'.

Also see `insert-text-button', `make-button'.

\(fn LABEL &rest PROPERTIES)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote make-text-button) "button" "\
Make a button from BEG to END in the current buffer.
The remaining arguments form a sequence of PROPERTY VALUE pairs,
specifying properties to add to the button.
In addition, the keyword argument :type may be used to specify a
button-type from which to inherit other properties; see
`define-button-type'.

This function is like `make-button', except that the button is actually
part of the text instead of being a property of the buffer.  Creating
large numbers of buttons can also be somewhat faster using
`make-text-button'.

Also see `insert-text-button'.

\(fn BEG END &rest PROPERTIES)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote insert-text-button) "button" "\
Insert a button with the label LABEL.
The remaining arguments form a sequence of PROPERTY VALUE pairs,
specifying properties to add to the button.
In addition, the keyword argument :type may be used to specify a
button-type from which to inherit other properties; see
`define-button-type'.

This function is like `insert-button', except that the button is
actually part of the text instead of being a property of the buffer.
Creating large numbers of buttons can also be somewhat faster using
`insert-text-button'.

Also see `make-text-button'.

\(fn LABEL &rest PROPERTIES)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (batch-byte-recompile-directory batch-byte-compile
;;;;;;  batch-byte-compile-if-not-done display-call-tree byte-compile
;;;;;;  compile-defun byte-compile-file byte-recompile-directory
;;;;;;  byte-force-recompile byte-compile-warnings-safe-p) "bytecomp"
;;;;;;  "emacs-lisp/bytecomp.el" (17949 41467))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/bytecomp.el
(put 'byte-compile-dynamic 'safe-local-variable 'booleanp)
(put 'byte-compile-disable-print-circle 'safe-local-variable 'booleanp)
(put 'byte-compile-dynamic-docstrings 'safe-local-variable 'booleanp)

(autoload (quote byte-compile-warnings-safe-p) "bytecomp" "\
Not documented

\(fn X)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote byte-force-recompile) "bytecomp" "\
Recompile every `.el' file in DIRECTORY that already has a `.elc' file.
Files in subdirectories of DIRECTORY are processed also.

\(fn DIRECTORY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote byte-recompile-directory) "bytecomp" "\
Recompile every `.el' file in DIRECTORY that needs recompilation.
This is if a `.elc' file exists but is older than the `.el' file.
Files in subdirectories of DIRECTORY are processed also.

If the `.elc' file does not exist, normally this function *does not*
compile the corresponding `.el' file.  However,
if ARG (the prefix argument) is 0, that means do compile all those files.
A nonzero ARG means ask the user, for each such `.el' file,
whether to compile it.

A nonzero ARG also means ask about each subdirectory before scanning it.

If the third argument FORCE is non-nil,
recompile every `.el' file that already has a `.elc' file.

\(fn DIRECTORY &optional ARG FORCE)" t nil)
(put 'no-byte-compile 'safe-local-variable 'booleanp)

(autoload (quote byte-compile-file) "bytecomp" "\
Compile a file of Lisp code named FILENAME into a file of byte code.
The output file's name is generated by passing FILENAME to the
`byte-compile-dest-file' function (which see).
With prefix arg (noninteractively: 2nd arg), LOAD the file after compiling.
The value is non-nil if there were no errors, nil if errors.

\(fn FILENAME &optional LOAD)" t nil)

(autoload (quote compile-defun) "bytecomp" "\
Compile and evaluate the current top-level form.
Print the result in the echo area.
With argument, insert value in current buffer after the form.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote byte-compile) "bytecomp" "\
If FORM is a symbol, byte-compile its function definition.
If FORM is a lambda or a macro, byte-compile it as a function.

\(fn FORM)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote display-call-tree) "bytecomp" "\
Display a call graph of a specified file.
This lists which functions have been called, what functions called
them, and what functions they call.  The list includes all functions
whose definitions have been compiled in this Emacs session, as well as
all functions called by those functions.

The call graph does not include macros, inline functions, or
primitives that the byte-code interpreter knows about directly (eq,
cons, etc.).

The call tree also lists those functions which are not known to be called
\(that is, to which no calls have been compiled), and which cannot be
invoked interactively.

\(fn &optional FILENAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote batch-byte-compile-if-not-done) "bytecomp" "\
Like `byte-compile-file' but doesn't recompile if already up to date.
Use this from the command line, with `-batch';
it won't work in an interactive Emacs.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote batch-byte-compile) "bytecomp" "\
Run `byte-compile-file' on the files remaining on the command line.
Use this from the command line, with `-batch';
it won't work in an interactive Emacs.
Each file is processed even if an error occurred previously.
For example, invoke \"emacs -batch -f batch-byte-compile $emacs/ ~/*.el\".
If NOFORCE is non-nil, don't recompile a file that seems to be
already up-to-date.

\(fn &optional NOFORCE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote batch-byte-recompile-directory) "bytecomp" "\
Run `byte-recompile-directory' on the dirs remaining on the command line.
Must be used only with `-batch', and kills Emacs on completion.
For example, invoke `emacs -batch -f batch-byte-recompile-directory .'.

Optional argument ARG is passed as second argument ARG to
`batch-recompile-directory'; see there for its possible values
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

(put (quote calendar-daylight-savings-starts) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(put (quote calendar-daylight-savings-ends) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (list-yahrzeit-dates) "cal-hebrew" "calendar/cal-hebrew.el"
;;;;;;  (17956 13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/cal-hebrew.el

(autoload (quote list-yahrzeit-dates) "cal-hebrew" "\
List Yahrzeit dates for *Gregorian* DEATH-DATE from START-YEAR to END-YEAR.
When called interactively from the calendar window, the date of death is taken
from the cursor position.

\(fn DEATH-DATE START-YEAR END-YEAR)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (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"
;;;;;;  (17965 11665))
;;; Generated autoloads from calc/calc.el

(defvar calc-settings-file (convert-standard-filename "~/.calc.el") "\
*File in which to record permanent settings.")

(custom-autoload (quote calc-settings-file) "calc" t)
 (define-key ctl-x-map "*" 'calc-dispatch)

(autoload (quote calc-dispatch) "calc" "\
Invoke the GNU Emacs Calculator.  See `calc-dispatch-help' for details.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote calc) "calc" "\
The Emacs Calculator.  Full documentation is listed under \"calc-mode\".

\(fn &optional ARG FULL-DISPLAY INTERACTIVE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote full-calc) "calc" "\
Invoke the Calculator and give it a full-sized window.

\(fn &optional INTERACTIVE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote quick-calc) "calc" "\
Do a quick calculation in the minibuffer without invoking full Calculator.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote calc-eval) "calc" "\
Do a quick calculation and return the result as a string.
Return value will either be the formatted result in string form,
or a list containing a character position and an error message in string form.

\(fn STR &optional SEPARATOR &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote calc-keypad) "calc" "\
Invoke the Calculator in \"visual keypad\" mode.
This is most useful in the X window system.
In this mode, click on the Calc \"buttons\" using the left mouse button.
Or, position the cursor manually and do M-x calc-keypad-press.

\(fn &optional INTERACTIVE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote full-calc-keypad) "calc" "\
Invoke the Calculator in full-screen \"visual keypad\" mode.
See calc-keypad for details.

\(fn &optional INTERACTIVE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote calc-grab-region) "calc" "\
Parse the region as a vector of numbers and push it on the Calculator stack.

\(fn TOP BOT ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote calc-grab-rectangle) "calc" "\
Parse a rectangle as a matrix of numbers and push it on the Calculator stack.

\(fn TOP BOT ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote calc-embedded) "calc" "\
Start Calc Embedded mode on the formula surrounding point.

\(fn ARG &optional END OBEG OEND)" t nil)

(autoload (quote calc-embedded-activate) "calc" "\
Scan the current editing buffer for all embedded := and => formulas.
Also looks for the equivalent TeX words, \\gets and \\evalto.

\(fn &optional ARG CBUF)" t nil)

(autoload (quote defmath) "calc" "\
Not documented

\(fn FUNC ARGS &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (calculator) "calculator" "calculator.el" (17870
;;;;;;  28179))
;;; Generated autoloads from calculator.el

(autoload (quote calculator) "calculator" "\
Run the Emacs calculator.
See the documentation for `calculator-mode' for more information.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (calendar-week-start-day calendar calendar-setup
;;;;;;  solar-holidays bahai-holidays islamic-holidays christian-holidays
;;;;;;  hebrew-holidays other-holidays local-holidays oriental-holidays
;;;;;;  general-holidays holidays-in-diary-buffer diary-list-include-blanks
;;;;;;  nongregorian-diary-marking-hook mark-diary-entries-hook nongregorian-diary-listing-hook
;;;;;;  diary-display-hook diary-hook list-diary-entries-hook print-diary-entries-hook
;;;;;;  american-calendar-display-form european-calendar-display-form
;;;;;;  european-date-diary-pattern american-date-diary-pattern european-calendar-style
;;;;;;  abbreviated-calendar-year sexp-diary-entry-symbol diary-include-string
;;;;;;  bahai-diary-entry-symbol islamic-diary-entry-symbol hebrew-diary-entry-symbol
;;;;;;  diary-nonmarking-symbol diary-file calendar-move-hook today-invisible-calendar-hook
;;;;;;  today-visible-calendar-hook initial-calendar-window-hook
;;;;;;  calendar-load-hook all-bahai-calendar-holidays all-islamic-calendar-holidays
;;;;;;  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"
;;;;;;  "calendar/calendar.el" (17956 13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/calendar.el

(defvar calendar-offset 0 "\
The offset of the principal month from the center of the calendar window.
0 means the principal month is in the center (default), -1 means on the left,
+1 means on the right.  Larger (or smaller) values push the principal month off
the screen.")

(custom-autoload (quote calendar-offset) "calendar" t)

(defvar view-diary-entries-initially nil "\
Non-nil means display current date's diary entries on entry to calendar.
The diary is displayed in another window when the calendar is first displayed,
if the current date is visible.  The number of days of diary entries displayed
is governed by the variable `number-of-diary-entries'.  This variable can
be overridden by the value of `calendar-setup'.")

(custom-autoload (quote view-diary-entries-initially) "calendar" t)

(defvar mark-diary-entries-in-calendar nil "\
Non-nil means mark dates with diary entries, in the calendar window.
The marking symbol is specified by the variable `diary-entry-marker'.")

(custom-autoload (quote mark-diary-entries-in-calendar) "calendar" t)

(defvar calendar-remove-frame-by-deleting nil "\
Determine how the calendar mode removes a frame no longer needed.
If nil, make an icon of the frame.  If non-nil, delete the frame.")

(custom-autoload (quote calendar-remove-frame-by-deleting) "calendar" t)

(defvar view-calendar-holidays-initially nil "\
Non-nil means display holidays for current three month period on entry.
The holidays are displayed in another window when the calendar is first
displayed.")

(custom-autoload (quote view-calendar-holidays-initially) "calendar" t)

(defvar mark-holidays-in-calendar nil "\
Non-nil means mark dates of holidays in the calendar window.
The marking symbol is specified by the variable `calendar-holiday-marker'.")

(custom-autoload (quote mark-holidays-in-calendar) "calendar" t)

(defvar all-hebrew-calendar-holidays nil "\
If nil, show only major holidays from the Hebrew calendar.
This means only those Jewish holidays that appear on secular calendars.

If t, show all the holidays that would appear in a complete Hebrew calendar.")

(custom-autoload (quote all-hebrew-calendar-holidays) "calendar" t)

(defvar all-christian-calendar-holidays nil "\
If nil, show only major holidays from the Christian calendar.
This means only those Christian holidays that appear on secular calendars.

If t, show all the holidays that would appear in a complete Christian
calendar.")

(custom-autoload (quote all-christian-calendar-holidays) "calendar" t)

(defvar all-islamic-calendar-holidays nil "\
If nil, show only major holidays from the Islamic calendar.
This means only those Islamic holidays that appear on secular calendars.

If t, show all the holidays that would appear in a complete Islamic
calendar.")

(custom-autoload (quote all-islamic-calendar-holidays) "calendar" t)

(defvar all-bahai-calendar-holidays nil "\
If nil, show only major holidays from the Baha'i calendar.
These are the days on which work and school must be suspended.

If t, show all the holidays that would appear in a complete Baha'i
calendar.")

(custom-autoload (quote all-bahai-calendar-holidays) "calendar" t)

(defvar calendar-load-hook nil "\
List of functions to be called after the calendar is first loaded.
This is the place to add key bindings to `calendar-mode-map'.")

(custom-autoload (quote calendar-load-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar initial-calendar-window-hook nil "\
List of functions to be called when the calendar window is first opened.
The functions invoked are called after the calendar window is opened, but
once opened is never called again.  Leaving the calendar with the `q' command
and reentering it will cause these functions to be called again.")

(custom-autoload (quote initial-calendar-window-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar today-visible-calendar-hook nil "\
List of functions called whenever the current date is visible.
This can be used, for example, to replace today's date with asterisks; a
function `calendar-star-date' is included for this purpose:
    (setq today-visible-calendar-hook 'calendar-star-date)
It can also be used to mark the current date with `calendar-today-marker';
a function is also provided for this:
    (setq today-visible-calendar-hook 'calendar-mark-today)

The corresponding variable `today-invisible-calendar-hook' is the list of
functions called when the calendar function was called when the current
date is not visible in the window.

Other than the use of the provided functions, the changing of any
characters in the calendar buffer by the hooks may cause the failure of the
functions that move by days and weeks.")

(custom-autoload (quote today-visible-calendar-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar today-invisible-calendar-hook nil "\
List of functions called whenever the current date is not visible.

The corresponding variable `today-visible-calendar-hook' is the list of
functions called when the calendar function was called when the current
date is visible in the window.

Other than the use of the provided functions, the changing of any
characters in the calendar buffer by the hooks may cause the failure of the
functions that move by days and weeks.")

(custom-autoload (quote today-invisible-calendar-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar calendar-move-hook nil "\
List of functions called whenever the cursor moves in the calendar.

For example,

  (add-hook 'calendar-move-hook (lambda () (diary-view-entries 1)))

redisplays the diary for whatever date the cursor is moved to.")

(custom-autoload (quote calendar-move-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar diary-file "~/diary" "\
Name of the file in which one's personal diary of dates is kept.

The file's entries are lines beginning with any of the forms
specified by the variable `american-date-diary-pattern', by default:

            MONTH/DAY
            MONTH/DAY/YEAR
            MONTHNAME DAY
            MONTHNAME DAY, YEAR
            DAYNAME

with the remainder of the line being the diary entry string for
that date.  MONTH and DAY are one or two digit numbers, YEAR is a
number and may be written in full or abbreviated to the final two
digits (if `abbreviated-calendar-year' is non-nil).  MONTHNAME
and DAYNAME can be spelled in full (as specified by the variables
`calendar-month-name-array' and `calendar-day-name-array'),
abbreviated (as specified by `calendar-month-abbrev-array' and
`calendar-day-abbrev-array') with or without a period,
capitalized or not.  Any of DAY, MONTH, or MONTHNAME, YEAR can be
`*' which matches any day, month, or year, respectively. If the
date does not contain a year, it is generic and applies to any
year.  A DAYNAME entry applies to the appropriate day of the week
in every week.

The European style (in which the day precedes the month) can be
used instead, if you execute `european-calendar' when in the
calendar, or set `european-calendar-style' to t in your .emacs
file.  The European forms (see `european-date-diary-pattern') are

            DAY/MONTH
            DAY/MONTH/YEAR
            DAY MONTHNAME
            DAY MONTHNAME YEAR
            DAYNAME

To revert to the default American style from the European style, execute
`american-calendar' in the calendar.

A diary entry can be preceded by the character
`diary-nonmarking-symbol' (ordinarily `&') to make that entry
nonmarking--that is, it will not be marked on dates in the calendar
window but will appear in a diary window.

Multiline diary entries are made by indenting lines after the first with
either a TAB or one or more spaces.

Lines not in one the above formats are ignored.  Here are some sample diary
entries (in the default American style):

     12/22/1988 Twentieth wedding anniversary!!
     &1/1. Happy New Year!
     10/22 Ruth's birthday.
     21: Payday
     Tuesday--weekly meeting with grad students at 10am
              Supowit, Shen, Bitner, and Kapoor to attend.
     1/13/89 Friday the thirteenth!!
     &thu 4pm squash game with Lloyd.
     mar 16 Dad's birthday
     April 15, 1989 Income tax due.
     &* 15 time cards due.

If the first line of a diary entry consists only of the date or day name with
no trailing blanks or punctuation, then that line is not displayed in the
diary window; only the continuation lines is shown.  For example, the
single diary entry

     02/11/1989
      Bill Blattner visits Princeton today
      2pm Cognitive Studies Committee meeting
      2:30-5:30 Lizzie at Lawrenceville for `Group Initiative'
      4:00pm Jamie Tappenden
      7:30pm Dinner at George and Ed's for Alan Ryan
      7:30-10:00pm dance at Stewart Country Day School

will appear in the diary window without the date line at the beginning.  This
facility allows the diary window to look neater, but can cause confusion if
used with more than one day's entries displayed.

Diary entries can be based on Lisp sexps.  For example, the diary entry

      %%(diary-block 11 1 1990 11 10 1990) Vacation

causes the diary entry \"Vacation\" to appear from November 1 through
November 10, 1990.  Other functions available are `diary-float',
`diary-anniversary', `diary-cyclic', `diary-day-of-year',
`diary-iso-date', `diary-french-date', `diary-hebrew-date',
`diary-islamic-date', `diary-bahai-date', `diary-mayan-date',
`diary-chinese-date', `diary-coptic-date', `diary-ethiopic-date',
`diary-persian-date', `diary-yahrzeit', `diary-sunrise-sunset',
`diary-phases-of-moon', `diary-parasha', `diary-omer',
`diary-rosh-hodesh', and `diary-sabbath-candles'.  See the
documentation for the function `list-sexp-diary-entries' for more
details.

Diary entries based on the Hebrew, the Islamic and/or the Baha'i
calendar are also possible, but because these are somewhat slow, they
are ignored unless you set the `nongregorian-diary-listing-hook' and
the `nongregorian-diary-marking-hook' appropriately.  See the
documentation for these functions for details.

Diary files can contain directives to include the contents of other files; for
details, see the documentation for the variable `list-diary-entries-hook'.")

(custom-autoload (quote diary-file) "calendar" t)

(defvar diary-nonmarking-symbol "&" "\
Symbol indicating that a diary entry is not to be marked in the calendar.")

(custom-autoload (quote diary-nonmarking-symbol) "calendar" t)

(defvar hebrew-diary-entry-symbol "H" "\
Symbol indicating a diary entry according to the Hebrew calendar.")

(custom-autoload (quote hebrew-diary-entry-symbol) "calendar" t)

(defvar islamic-diary-entry-symbol "I" "\
Symbol indicating a diary entry according to the Islamic calendar.")

(custom-autoload (quote islamic-diary-entry-symbol) "calendar" t)

(defvar bahai-diary-entry-symbol "B" "\
Symbol indicating a diary entry according to the Baha'i calendar.")

(custom-autoload (quote bahai-diary-entry-symbol) "calendar" t)

(defvar diary-include-string "#include" "\
The string indicating inclusion of another file of diary entries.
See the documentation for the function `include-other-diary-files'.")

(custom-autoload (quote diary-include-string) "calendar" t)

(defvar sexp-diary-entry-symbol "%%" "\
The string used to indicate a sexp diary entry in `diary-file'.
See the documentation for the function `list-sexp-diary-entries'.")

(custom-autoload (quote sexp-diary-entry-symbol) "calendar" t)

(defvar abbreviated-calendar-year t "\
Interpret a two-digit year DD in a diary entry as either 19DD or 20DD.
For the Gregorian calendar; similarly for the Hebrew, Islamic and
Baha'i calendars.  If this variable is nil, years must be written in
full.")

(custom-autoload (quote abbreviated-calendar-year) "calendar" t)

(defvar european-calendar-style nil "\
Use the European style of dates in the diary and in any displays.
If this variable is t, a date 1/2/1990 would be interpreted as February 1,
1990.  The default European date styles (see `european-date-diary-pattern')
are

            DAY/MONTH
            DAY/MONTH/YEAR
            DAY MONTHNAME
            DAY MONTHNAME YEAR
            DAYNAME

Names can be capitalized or not, written in full (as specified by the
variable `calendar-day-name-array'), or abbreviated (as specified by
`calendar-day-abbrev-array') with or without a period.

Setting this variable directly does not take effect (if the
calendar package is already loaded).  Rather, use either
\\[customize] or the functions `european-calendar' and
`american-calendar'.")

(custom-autoload (quote european-calendar-style) "calendar" nil)

(defvar american-date-diary-pattern (quote ((month "/" day "[^/0-9]") (month "/" day "/" year "[^0-9]") (monthname " *" day "[^,0-9]") (monthname " *" day ", *" year "[^0-9]") (dayname "\\W"))) "\
List of pseudo-patterns describing the American patterns of date used.
See the documentation of `diary-date-forms' for an explanation.")

(custom-autoload (quote american-date-diary-pattern) "calendar" t)

(defvar european-date-diary-pattern (quote ((day "/" month "[^/0-9]") (day "/" month "/" year "[^0-9]") (backup day " *" monthname "\\W+\\<\\([^*0-9]\\|\\([0-9]+[:aApP]\\)\\)") (day " *" monthname " *" year "[^0-9]") (dayname "\\W"))) "\
List of pseudo-patterns describing the European patterns of date used.
See the documentation of `diary-date-forms' for an explanation.")

(custom-autoload (quote european-date-diary-pattern) "calendar" t)

(defvar european-calendar-display-form (quote ((if dayname (concat dayname ", ")) day " " monthname " " year)) "\
Pseudo-pattern governing the way a date appears in the European style.
See the documentation of `calendar-date-display-form' for an explanation.")

(custom-autoload (quote european-calendar-display-form) "calendar" t)

(defvar american-calendar-display-form (quote ((if dayname (concat dayname ", ")) monthname " " day ", " year)) "\
Pseudo-pattern governing the way a date appears in the American style.
See the documentation of `calendar-date-display-form' for an explanation.")

(custom-autoload (quote american-calendar-display-form) "calendar" t)

(defvar print-diary-entries-hook (quote lpr-buffer) "\
List of functions called after a temporary diary buffer is prepared.
The buffer shows only the diary entries currently visible in the diary
buffer.  The default just does the printing.  Other uses might include, for
example, rearranging the lines into order by day and time, saving the buffer
instead of deleting it, or changing the function used to do the printing.")

(custom-autoload (quote print-diary-entries-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar list-diary-entries-hook nil "\
List of functions called after diary file is culled for relevant entries.
It is to be used for diary entries that are not found in the diary file.

A function `include-other-diary-files' is provided for use as the value of
this hook.  This function enables you to use shared diary files together
with your own.  The files included are specified in the diary file by lines
of the form

        #include \"filename\"

This is recursive; that is, #include directives in files thus included are
obeyed.  You can change the \"#include\" to some other string by changing
the variable `diary-include-string'.  When you use `include-other-diary-files'
as part of the list-diary-entries-hook, you will probably also want to use the
function `mark-included-diary-files' as part of `mark-diary-entries-hook'.

For example, you could use

     (setq list-diary-entries-hook
       '(include-other-diary-files sort-diary-entries))
     (setq diary-display-hook 'fancy-diary-display)

in your `.emacs' file to cause the fancy diary buffer to be displayed with
diary entries from various included files, each day's entries sorted into
lexicographic order.")

(custom-autoload (quote list-diary-entries-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar diary-hook nil "\
List of functions called after the display of the diary.
Can be used for appointment notification.")

(custom-autoload (quote diary-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar diary-display-hook nil "\
List of functions that handle the display of the diary.
If nil (the default), `simple-diary-display' is used.  Use `ignore' for no
diary display.

Ordinarily, this just displays the diary buffer (with holidays indicated in
the mode line), if there are any relevant entries.  At the time these
functions are called, the variable `diary-entries-list' is a list, in order
by date, of all relevant diary entries in the form of ((MONTH DAY YEAR)
STRING), where string is the diary entry for the given date.  This can be
used, for example, a different buffer for display (perhaps combined with
holidays), or produce hard copy output.

A function `fancy-diary-display' is provided as an alternative
choice for this hook; this function prepares a special noneditable diary
buffer with the relevant diary entries that has neat day-by-day arrangement
with headings.  The fancy diary buffer will show the holidays unless the
variable `holidays-in-diary-buffer' is set to nil.  Ordinarily, the fancy
diary buffer will not show days for which there are no diary entries, even
if that day is a holiday; if you want such days to be shown in the fancy
diary buffer, set the variable `diary-list-include-blanks' to t.")

(custom-autoload (quote diary-display-hook) "calendar" nil)

(defvar nongregorian-diary-listing-hook nil "\
List of functions called for listing diary file and included files.
As the files are processed for diary entries, these functions are used
to cull relevant entries.  You can use either or both of
`list-hebrew-diary-entries', `list-islamic-diary-entries' and
`list-bahai-diary-entries'.  The documentation for these functions
describes the style of such diary entries.")

(custom-autoload (quote nongregorian-diary-listing-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar mark-diary-entries-hook nil "\
List of functions called after marking diary entries in the calendar.

A function `mark-included-diary-files' is also provided for use as the
`mark-diary-entries-hook'; it enables you to use shared diary files together
with your own.  The files included are specified in the diary file by lines
of the form
        #include \"filename\"
This is recursive; that is, #include directives in files thus included are
obeyed.  You can change the \"#include\" to some other string by changing the
variable `diary-include-string'.  When you use `mark-included-diary-files' as
part of the mark-diary-entries-hook, you will probably also want to use the
function `include-other-diary-files' as part of `list-diary-entries-hook'.")

(custom-autoload (quote mark-diary-entries-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar nongregorian-diary-marking-hook nil "\
List of functions called for marking diary file and included files.
As the files are processed for diary entries, these functions are used
to cull relevant entries.  You can use either or both of
`mark-hebrew-diary-entries', `mark-islamic-diary-entries' and
`mark-bahai-diary-entries'.  The documentation for these functions
describes the style of such diary entries.")

(custom-autoload (quote nongregorian-diary-marking-hook) "calendar" t)

(defvar diary-list-include-blanks nil "\
If nil, do not include days with no diary entry in the list of diary entries.
Such days will then not be shown in the fancy diary buffer, even if they
are holidays.")

(custom-autoload (quote diary-list-include-blanks) "calendar" t)

(defvar holidays-in-diary-buffer t "\
Non-nil means include holidays in the diary display.
The holidays appear in the mode line of the diary buffer, or in the
fancy diary buffer next to the date.  This slows down the diary functions
somewhat; setting it to nil makes the diary display faster.")

(custom-autoload (quote holidays-in-diary-buffer) "calendar" t)

(put (quote general-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar general-holidays (quote ((holiday-fixed 1 1 "New Year's Day") (holiday-float 1 1 3 "Martin Luther King Day") (holiday-fixed 2 2 "Groundhog Day") (holiday-fixed 2 14 "Valentine's Day") (holiday-float 2 1 3 "President's Day") (holiday-fixed 3 17 "St. Patrick's Day") (holiday-fixed 4 1 "April Fools' Day") (holiday-float 5 0 2 "Mother's Day") (holiday-float 5 1 -1 "Memorial Day") (holiday-fixed 6 14 "Flag Day") (holiday-float 6 0 3 "Father's Day") (holiday-fixed 7 4 "Independence Day") (holiday-float 9 1 1 "Labor Day") (holiday-float 10 1 2 "Columbus Day") (holiday-fixed 10 31 "Halloween") (holiday-fixed 11 11 "Veteran's Day") (holiday-float 11 4 4 "Thanksgiving"))) "\
General holidays.  Default value is for the United States.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(custom-autoload (quote general-holidays) "calendar" t)

(put (quote oriental-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar oriental-holidays (quote ((if (fboundp (quote atan)) (holiday-chinese-new-year)))) "\
Oriental holidays.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(custom-autoload (quote oriental-holidays) "calendar" t)

(put (quote local-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar local-holidays nil "\
Local holidays.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(custom-autoload (quote local-holidays) "calendar" t)

(put (quote other-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar other-holidays nil "\
User defined holidays.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(custom-autoload (quote other-holidays) "calendar" t)

(put (quote hebrew-holidays-1) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar hebrew-holidays-1 (quote ((holiday-rosh-hashanah-etc) (if all-hebrew-calendar-holidays (holiday-julian 11 (let* ((m displayed-month) (y displayed-year) (year)) (increment-calendar-month m y -1) (let ((year (extract-calendar-year (calendar-julian-from-absolute (calendar-absolute-from-gregorian (list m 1 y)))))) (if (zerop (% (1+ year) 4)) 22 21))) "\"Tal Umatar\" (evening)")))))

(put (quote hebrew-holidays-2) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar hebrew-holidays-2 (quote ((if all-hebrew-calendar-holidays (holiday-hanukkah) (holiday-hebrew 9 25 "Hanukkah")) (if all-hebrew-calendar-holidays (holiday-hebrew 10 (let ((h-year (extract-calendar-year (calendar-hebrew-from-absolute (calendar-absolute-from-gregorian (list displayed-month 28 displayed-year)))))) (if (= (% (calendar-absolute-from-hebrew (list 10 10 h-year)) 7) 6) 11 10)) "Tzom Teveth")) (if all-hebrew-calendar-holidays (holiday-hebrew 11 15 "Tu B'Shevat")))))

(put (quote hebrew-holidays-3) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar hebrew-holidays-3 (quote ((if all-hebrew-calendar-holidays (holiday-hebrew 11 (let ((m displayed-month) (y displayed-year)) (increment-calendar-month m y 1) (let* ((h-year (extract-calendar-year (calendar-hebrew-from-absolute (calendar-absolute-from-gregorian (list m (calendar-last-day-of-month m y) y))))) (s-s (calendar-hebrew-from-absolute (if (= (% (calendar-absolute-from-hebrew (list 7 1 h-year)) 7) 6) (calendar-dayname-on-or-before 6 (calendar-absolute-from-hebrew (list 11 17 h-year))) (calendar-dayname-on-or-before 6 (calendar-absolute-from-hebrew (list 11 16 h-year)))))) (day (extract-calendar-day s-s))) day)) "Shabbat Shirah")))))

(put (quote hebrew-holidays-4) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar hebrew-holidays-4 (quote ((holiday-passover-etc) (if (and all-hebrew-calendar-holidays (let* ((m displayed-month) (y displayed-year) (year)) (increment-calendar-month m y -1) (let ((year (extract-calendar-year (calendar-julian-from-absolute (calendar-absolute-from-gregorian (list m 1 y)))))) (= 21 (% year 28))))) (holiday-julian 3 26 "Kiddush HaHamah")) (if all-hebrew-calendar-holidays (holiday-tisha-b-av-etc)))))

(put (quote hebrew-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar hebrew-holidays (append hebrew-holidays-1 hebrew-holidays-2 hebrew-holidays-3 hebrew-holidays-4) "\
Jewish holidays.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(custom-autoload (quote hebrew-holidays) "calendar" t)

(put (quote christian-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar christian-holidays (quote ((if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 1 6 "Epiphany")) (holiday-easter-etc 0 "Easter Sunday") (holiday-easter-etc -2 "Good Friday") (holiday-easter-etc -46 "Ash Wednesday") (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc -63 "Septuagesima Sunday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc -56 "Sexagesima Sunday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc -49 "Shrove Sunday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc -48 "Shrove Monday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc -47 "Shrove Tuesday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc -14 "Passion Sunday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc -7 "Palm Sunday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc -3 "Maundy Thursday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc 35 "Rogation Sunday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc 39 "Ascension Day")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc 49 "Pentecost (Whitsunday)")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc 50 "Whitmonday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc 56 "Trinity Sunday")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-easter-etc 60 "Corpus Christi")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-greek-orthodox-easter)) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 8 15 "Assumption")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-advent 0 "Advent")) (holiday-fixed 12 25 "Christmas") (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-julian 12 25 "Eastern Orthodox Christmas")))) "\
Christian holidays.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(custom-autoload (quote christian-holidays) "calendar" t)

(put (quote islamic-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar islamic-holidays (quote ((holiday-islamic 1 1 (format "Islamic New Year %d" (let ((m displayed-month) (y displayed-year)) (increment-calendar-month m y 1) (extract-calendar-year (calendar-islamic-from-absolute (calendar-absolute-from-gregorian (list m (calendar-last-day-of-month m y) y))))))) (if all-islamic-calendar-holidays (holiday-islamic 1 10 "Ashura")) (if all-islamic-calendar-holidays (holiday-islamic 3 12 "Mulad-al-Nabi")) (if all-islamic-calendar-holidays (holiday-islamic 7 26 "Shab-e-Mi'raj")) (if all-islamic-calendar-holidays (holiday-islamic 8 15 "Shab-e-Bara't")) (holiday-islamic 9 1 "Ramadan Begins") (if all-islamic-calendar-holidays (holiday-islamic 9 27 "Shab-e Qadr")) (if all-islamic-calendar-holidays (holiday-islamic 10 1 "Id-al-Fitr")) (if all-islamic-calendar-holidays (holiday-islamic 12 10 "Id-al-Adha")))) "\
Islamic holidays.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(custom-autoload (quote islamic-holidays) "calendar" t)

(put (quote bahai-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar bahai-holidays (quote ((holiday-fixed 3 21 (format "Baha'i New Year (Naw-Ruz) %d" (- displayed-year (1- 1844)))) (holiday-fixed 4 21 "First Day of Ridvan") (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 4 22 "Second Day of Ridvan")) (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 4 23 "Third Day of Ridvan")) (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 4 24 "Fourth Day of Ridvan")) (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 4 25 "Fifth Day of Ridvan")) (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 4 26 "Sixth Day of Ridvan")) (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 4 27 "Seventh Day of Ridvan")) (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 4 28 "Eighth Day of Ridvan")) (holiday-fixed 4 29 "Ninth Day of Ridvan") (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 4 30 "Tenth Day of Ridvan")) (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 5 1 "Eleventh Day of Ridvan")) (holiday-fixed 5 2 "Twelfth Day of Ridvan") (holiday-fixed 5 23 "Declaration of the Bab") (holiday-fixed 5 29 "Ascension of Baha'u'llah") (holiday-fixed 7 9 "Martyrdom of the Bab") (holiday-fixed 10 20 "Birth of the Bab") (holiday-fixed 11 12 "Birth of Baha'u'llah") (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 11 26 "Day of the Covenant")) (if all-bahai-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 11 28 "Ascension of `Abdu'l-Baha")))) "\
Baha'i holidays.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(custom-autoload (quote bahai-holidays) "calendar" t)

(put (quote solar-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar solar-holidays (quote ((if (fboundp (quote atan)) (solar-equinoxes-solstices)) (if (progn (require (quote cal-dst)) t) (funcall (quote holiday-sexp) calendar-daylight-savings-starts (quote (format "Daylight Saving Time Begins %s" (if (fboundp (quote atan)) (solar-time-string (/ calendar-daylight-savings-starts-time (float 60)) calendar-standard-time-zone-name) ""))))) (funcall (quote holiday-sexp) calendar-daylight-savings-ends (quote (format "Daylight Saving Time Ends %s" (if (fboundp (quote atan)) (solar-time-string (/ calendar-daylight-savings-ends-time (float 60)) calendar-daylight-time-zone-name) "")))))) "\
Sun-related holidays.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(custom-autoload (quote solar-holidays) "calendar" t)

(put (quote calendar-holidays) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar calendar-setup nil "\
The frame setup of the calendar.
The choices are: `one-frame' (calendar and diary together in one separate,
dedicated frame); `two-frames' (calendar and diary in separate, dedicated
frames); `calendar-only' (calendar in a separate, dedicated frame); with
any other value the current frame is used.  Using any of the first
three options overrides the value of `view-diary-entries-initially'.")

(custom-autoload (quote calendar-setup) "calendar" t)

(autoload (quote calendar) "calendar" "\
Choose between the one frame, two frame, or basic calendar displays.
If called with an optional prefix argument, prompts for month and year.

The original function `calendar' has been renamed `calendar-basic-setup'.
See the documentation of that function for more information.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(defvar calendar-week-start-day 0 "\
The day of the week on which a week in the calendar begins.
0 means Sunday (default), 1 means Monday, and so on.

If you change this variable directly (without using customize)
after starting `calendar', you should call `redraw-calendar' to
update the calendar display to reflect the change, otherwise
movement commands will not work correctly.")

(custom-autoload (quote calendar-week-start-day) "calendar" nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (canlock-verify canlock-insert-header) "canlock"
;;;;;;  "gnus/canlock.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/canlock.el

(autoload (quote canlock-insert-header) "canlock" "\
Insert a Cancel-Key and/or a Cancel-Lock header if possible.

\(fn &optional ID-FOR-KEY ID-FOR-LOCK PASSWORD)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote canlock-verify) "canlock" "\
Verify Cancel-Lock or Cancel-Key in BUFFER.
If BUFFER is nil, the current buffer is assumed.  Signal an error if
it fails.

\(fn &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "cc-compat" "progmodes/cc-compat.el" (17842
;;;;;;  56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cc-compat.el
(put 'c-indent-level 'safe-local-variable 'integerp)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (c-guess-basic-syntax) "cc-engine" "progmodes/cc-engine.el"
;;;;;;  (17942 63381))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cc-engine.el

(autoload (quote c-guess-basic-syntax) "cc-engine" "\
Return the syntactic context of the current line.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (pike-mode idl-mode java-mode objc-mode c++-mode
;;;;;;  c-mode c-initialize-cc-mode) "cc-mode" "progmodes/cc-mode.el"
;;;;;;  (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cc-mode.el

(autoload (quote c-initialize-cc-mode) "cc-mode" "\
Initialize CC Mode for use in the current buffer.
If the optional NEW-STYLE-INIT is nil or left out then all necessary
initialization to run CC Mode for the C language is done.  Otherwise
only some basic setup is done, and a call to `c-init-language-vars' or
`c-init-language-vars-for' is necessary too (which gives more
control).  See \"cc-mode.el\" for more info.

\(fn &optional NEW-STYLE-INIT)" nil nil)

(defvar c-mode-syntax-table nil "\
Syntax table used in c-mode buffers.")
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.\\(cc\\|hh\\)\\'" . c++-mode))
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.[ch]\\(pp\\|xx\\|\\+\\+\\)\\'" . c++-mode))
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.\\(CC?\\|HH?\\)\\'" . c++-mode))
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.[ch]\\'" . c-mode))
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.y\\(acc\\)?\\'" . c-mode))
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.lex\\'" . c-mode))

(autoload (quote c-mode) "cc-mode" "\
Major mode for editing K&R and ANSI C code.
To submit a problem report, enter `\\[c-submit-bug-report]' from a
c-mode buffer.  This automatically sets up a mail buffer with version
information already added.  You just need to add a description of the
problem, including a reproducible test case, and send the message.

To see what version of CC Mode you are running, enter `\\[c-version]'.

The hook `c-mode-common-hook' is run with no args at mode
initialization, then `c-mode-hook'.

Key bindings:
\\{c-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(defvar c++-mode-syntax-table nil "\
Syntax table used in c++-mode buffers.")

(autoload (quote c++-mode) "cc-mode" "\
Major mode for editing C++ code.
To submit a problem report, enter `\\[c-submit-bug-report]' from a
c++-mode buffer.  This automatically sets up a mail buffer with
version information already added.  You just need to add a description
of the problem, including a reproducible test case, and send the
message.

To see what version of CC Mode you are running, enter `\\[c-version]'.

The hook `c-mode-common-hook' is run with no args at mode
initialization, then `c++-mode-hook'.

Key bindings:
\\{c++-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(defvar objc-mode-syntax-table nil "\
Syntax table used in objc-mode buffers.")
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.m\\'" . objc-mode))

(autoload (quote objc-mode) "cc-mode" "\
Major mode for editing Objective C code.
To submit a problem report, enter `\\[c-submit-bug-report]' from an
objc-mode buffer.  This automatically sets up a mail buffer with
version information already added.  You just need to add a description
of the problem, including a reproducible test case, and send the
message.

To see what version of CC Mode you are running, enter `\\[c-version]'.

The hook `c-mode-common-hook' is run with no args at mode
initialization, then `objc-mode-hook'.

Key bindings:
\\{objc-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(defvar java-mode-syntax-table nil "\
Syntax table used in java-mode buffers.")
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.java\\'" . java-mode))

(autoload (quote java-mode) "cc-mode" "\
Major mode for editing Java code.
To submit a problem report, enter `\\[c-submit-bug-report]' from a
java-mode buffer.  This automatically sets up a mail buffer with
version information already added.  You just need to add a description
of the problem, including a reproducible test case, and send the
message.

To see what version of CC Mode you are running, enter `\\[c-version]'.

The hook `c-mode-common-hook' is run with no args at mode
initialization, then `java-mode-hook'.

Key bindings:
\\{java-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(defvar idl-mode-syntax-table nil "\
Syntax table used in idl-mode buffers.")
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.idl\\'" . idl-mode))

(autoload (quote idl-mode) "cc-mode" "\
Major mode for editing CORBA's IDL, PSDL and CIDL code.
To submit a problem report, enter `\\[c-submit-bug-report]' from an
idl-mode buffer.  This automatically sets up a mail buffer with
version information already added.  You just need to add a description
of the problem, including a reproducible test case, and send the
message.

To see what version of CC Mode you are running, enter `\\[c-version]'.

The hook `c-mode-common-hook' is run with no args at mode
initialization, then `idl-mode-hook'.

Key bindings:
\\{idl-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(defvar pike-mode-syntax-table nil "\
Syntax table used in pike-mode buffers.")
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.\\(u?lpc\\|pike\\|pmod\\(.in\\)?\\)\\'" . pike-mode))
 (add-to-list 'interpreter-mode-alist '("pike" . pike-mode))

(autoload (quote pike-mode) "cc-mode" "\
Major mode for editing Pike code.
To submit a problem report, enter `\\[c-submit-bug-report]' from a
pike-mode buffer.  This automatically sets up a mail buffer with
version information already added.  You just need to add a description
of the problem, including a reproducible test case, and send the
message.

To see what version of CC Mode you are running, enter `\\[c-version]'.

The hook `c-mode-common-hook' is run with no args at mode
initialization, then `pike-mode-hook'.

Key bindings:
\\{pike-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.awk\\'" . awk-mode))
 (add-to-list 'interpreter-mode-alist '("awk" . awk-mode))
 (add-to-list 'interpreter-mode-alist '("mawk" . awk-mode))
 (add-to-list 'interpreter-mode-alist '("nawk" . awk-mode))
 (add-to-list 'interpreter-mode-alist '("gawk" . awk-mode))
 (autoload 'awk-mode "cc-mode" "Major mode for editing AWK code." t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (c-set-offset c-add-style c-set-style) "cc-styles"
;;;;;;  "progmodes/cc-styles.el" (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cc-styles.el

(autoload (quote c-set-style) "cc-styles" "\
Set the current buffer to use the style STYLENAME.
STYLENAME, a string, must be an existing CC Mode style - These are contained
in the variable `c-style-alist'.

The variable `c-indentation-style' will get set to STYLENAME.

\"Setting the style\" is done by setting CC Mode's \"style variables\" to the
values indicated by the pertinent entry in `c-style-alist'.  Other variables
might get set too.

If DONT-OVERRIDE is neither nil nor t, style variables whose default values
have been set (more precisely, whose default values are not the symbol
`set-from-style') will not be changed.  This avoids overriding global settings
done in ~/.emacs.  It is useful to call c-set-style from a mode hook in this
way.

If DONT-OVERRIDE is t, style variables that already have values (i.e., whose
values are not the symbol `set-from-style') will not be overridden.  CC Mode
calls c-set-style internally in this way whilst initializing a buffer; if
cc-set-style is called like this from anywhere else, it will usually behave as
a null operation.

\(fn STYLENAME &optional DONT-OVERRIDE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote c-add-style) "cc-styles" "\
Adds a style to `c-style-alist', or updates an existing one.
STYLE is a string identifying the style to add or update.  DESCRIPTION
is an association list describing the style and must be of the form:

  ([BASESTYLE] (VARIABLE . VALUE) [(VARIABLE . VALUE) ...])

See the variable `c-style-alist' for the semantics of BASESTYLE,
VARIABLE and VALUE.  This function also sets the current style to
STYLE using `c-set-style' if the optional SET-P flag is non-nil.

\(fn STYLE DESCRIPTION &optional SET-P)" t nil)

(autoload (quote c-set-offset) "cc-styles" "\
Change the value of a syntactic element symbol in `c-offsets-alist'.
SYMBOL is the syntactic element symbol to change and OFFSET is the new
offset for that syntactic element.  The optional argument is not used
and exists only for compatibility reasons.

\(fn SYMBOL OFFSET &optional IGNORED)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "cc-subword" "progmodes/cc-subword.el" (17949
;;;;;;  41467))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cc-subword.el
 (autoload 'c-subword-mode "cc-subword" "Mode enabling subword movement and editing keys." t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "cc-vars" "progmodes/cc-vars.el" (17941 38806))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cc-vars.el
(put 'c-basic-offset 'safe-local-variable 'integerp)
(put 'c-backslash-column 'safe-local-variable 'integerp)
(put 'c-file-style 'safe-local-variable 'string-or-null-p)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ccl-execute-with-args check-ccl-program define-ccl-program
;;;;;;  declare-ccl-program ccl-dump ccl-compile) "ccl" "international/ccl.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/ccl.el

(autoload (quote ccl-compile) "ccl" "\
Return the compiled code of CCL-PROGRAM as a vector of integers.

\(fn CCL-PROGRAM)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ccl-dump) "ccl" "\
Disassemble compiled CCL-CODE.

\(fn CCL-CODE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote declare-ccl-program) "ccl" "\
Declare NAME as a name of CCL program.

This macro exists for backward compatibility.  In the old version of
Emacs, to compile a CCL program which calls another CCL program not
yet defined, it must be declared as a CCL program in advance.  But,
now CCL program names are resolved not at compile time but before
execution.

Optional arg VECTOR is a compiled CCL code of the CCL program.

\(fn NAME &optional VECTOR)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote define-ccl-program) "ccl" "\
Set NAME the compiled code of CCL-PROGRAM.

CCL-PROGRAM has this form:
	(BUFFER_MAGNIFICATION
	 CCL_MAIN_CODE
	 [ CCL_EOF_CODE ])

BUFFER_MAGNIFICATION is an integer value specifying the approximate
output buffer magnification size compared with the bytes of input data
text.  It is assured that the actual output buffer has 256 bytes
more than the size calculated by BUFFER_MAGNIFICATION.
If the value is zero, the CCL program can't execute `read' and
`write' commands.

CCL_MAIN_CODE and CCL_EOF_CODE are CCL program codes.  CCL_MAIN_CODE
executed at first.  If there's no more input data when `read' command
is executed in CCL_MAIN_CODE, CCL_EOF_CODE is executed.  If
CCL_MAIN_CODE is terminated, CCL_EOF_CODE is not executed.

Here's the syntax of CCL program code in BNF notation.  The lines
starting by two semicolons (and optional leading spaces) describe the
semantics.

CCL_MAIN_CODE := CCL_BLOCK

CCL_EOF_CODE := CCL_BLOCK

CCL_BLOCK := STATEMENT | (STATEMENT [STATEMENT ...])

STATEMENT :=
	SET | IF | BRANCH | LOOP | REPEAT | BREAK | READ | WRITE | CALL
	| TRANSLATE | MAP | LOOKUP | END

SET :=	(REG = EXPRESSION)
	| (REG ASSIGNMENT_OPERATOR EXPRESSION)
	;; The following form is the same as (r0 = integer).
	| integer

EXPRESSION := ARG | (EXPRESSION OPERATOR ARG)

;; Evaluate EXPRESSION.  If the result is nonzero, execute
;; CCL_BLOCK_0.  Otherwise, execute CCL_BLOCK_1.
IF :=	(if EXPRESSION CCL_BLOCK_0 CCL_BLOCK_1)

;; Evaluate EXPRESSION.  Provided that the result is N, execute
;; CCL_BLOCK_N.
BRANCH := (branch EXPRESSION CCL_BLOCK_0 [CCL_BLOCK_1 ...])

;; Execute STATEMENTs until (break) or (end) is executed.
LOOP := (loop STATEMENT [STATEMENT ...])

;; Terminate the most inner loop.
BREAK := (break)

REPEAT :=
	;; Jump to the head of the most inner loop.
	(repeat)
	;; Same as: ((write [REG | integer | string])
	;;	     (repeat))
	| (write-repeat [REG | integer | string])
	;; Same as: ((write REG [ARRAY])
	;;	     (read REG)
	;;	     (repeat))
	| (write-read-repeat REG [ARRAY])
	;; Same as: ((write integer)
	;;	     (read REG)
	;;	     (repeat))
	| (write-read-repeat REG integer)

READ := ;; Set REG_0 to a byte read from the input text, set REG_1
	;; to the next byte read, and so on.
	(read REG_0 [REG_1 ...])
	;; Same as: ((read REG)
	;;	     (if (REG OPERATOR ARG) CCL_BLOCK_0 CCL_BLOCK_1))
	| (read-if (REG OPERATOR ARG) CCL_BLOCK_0 CCL_BLOCK_1)
	;; Same as: ((read REG)
	;;	     (branch REG CCL_BLOCK_0 [CCL_BLOCK_1 ...]))
	| (read-branch REG CCL_BLOCK_0 [CCL_BLOCK_1 ...])
	;; Read a character from the input text while parsing
	;; multibyte representation, set REG_0 to the charset ID of
	;; the character, set REG_1 to the code point of the
	;; character.  If the dimension of charset is two, set REG_1
	;; to ((CODE0 << 7) | CODE1), where CODE0 is the first code
	;; point and CODE1 is the second code point.
	| (read-multibyte-character REG_0 REG_1)

WRITE :=
	;; Write REG_0, REG_1, ... to the output buffer.  If REG_N is
	;; a multibyte character, write the corresponding multibyte
	;; representation.
	(write REG_0 [REG_1 ...])
	;; Same as: ((r7 = EXPRESSION)
	;;	     (write r7))
	| (write EXPRESSION)
	;; Write the value of `integer' to the output buffer.  If it
	;; is a multibyte character, write the corresponding multibyte
	;; representation.
	| (write integer)
	;; Write the byte sequence of `string' as is to the output
	;; buffer.
	| (write string)
	;; Same as: (write string)
	| string
	;; Provided that the value of REG is N, write Nth element of
	;; ARRAY to the output buffer.  If it is a multibyte
	;; character, write the corresponding multibyte
	;; representation.
	| (write REG ARRAY)
	;; Write a multibyte representation of a character whose
	;; charset ID is REG_0 and code point is REG_1.  If the
	;; dimension of the charset is two, REG_1 should be ((CODE0 <<
	;; 7) | CODE1), where CODE0 is the first code point and CODE1
	;; is the second code point of the character.
	| (write-multibyte-character REG_0 REG_1)

;; Call CCL program whose name is ccl-program-name.
CALL := (call ccl-program-name)

;; Terminate the CCL program.
END := (end)

;; CCL registers that can contain any integer value.  As r7 is also
;; used by CCL interpreter, its value is changed unexpectedly.
REG := r0 | r1 | r2 | r3 | r4 | r5 | r6 | r7

ARG := REG | integer

OPERATOR :=
	;; Normal arithmethic operators (same meaning as C code).
	+ | - | * | / | %

	;; Bitwize operators (same meaning as C code)
	| & | `|' | ^

	;; Shifting operators (same meaning as C code)
	| << | >>

	;; (REG = ARG_0 <8 ARG_1) means:
	;;	(REG = ((ARG_0 << 8) | ARG_1))
	| <8

	;; (REG = ARG_0 >8 ARG_1) means:
	;;	((REG = (ARG_0 >> 8))
	;;	 (r7 = (ARG_0 & 255)))
	| >8

	;; (REG = ARG_0 // ARG_1) means:
	;;	((REG = (ARG_0 / ARG_1))
	;;	 (r7 = (ARG_0 % ARG_1)))
	| //

	;; Normal comparing operators (same meaning as C code)
	| < | > | == | <= | >= | !=

	;; If ARG_0 and ARG_1 are higher and lower byte of Shift-JIS
	;; code, and CHAR is the corresponding JISX0208 character,
	;; (REG = ARG_0 de-sjis ARG_1) means:
	;;	((REG = CODE0)
	;;	 (r7 = CODE1))
	;; where CODE0 is the first code point of CHAR, CODE1 is the
	;; second code point of CHAR.
	| de-sjis

	;; If ARG_0 and ARG_1 are the first and second code point of
	;; JISX0208 character CHAR, and SJIS is the correponding
	;; Shift-JIS code,
	;; (REG = ARG_0 en-sjis ARG_1) means:
	;;	((REG = HIGH)
	;;	 (r7 = LOW))
	;; where HIGH is the higher byte of SJIS, LOW is the lower
	;; byte of SJIS.
	| en-sjis

ASSIGNMENT_OPERATOR :=
	;; Same meaning as C code
	+= | -= | *= | /= | %= | &= | `|=' | ^= | <<= | >>=

	;; (REG <8= ARG) is the same as:
	;;	((REG <<= 8)
	;;	 (REG |= ARG))
	| <8=

	;; (REG >8= ARG) is the same as:
	;;	((r7 = (REG & 255))
	;;	 (REG >>= 8))

	;; (REG //= ARG) is the same as:
	;;	((r7 = (REG % ARG))
	;;	 (REG /= ARG))
	| //=

ARRAY := `[' integer ... `]'


TRANSLATE :=
	(translate-character REG(table) REG(charset) REG(codepoint))
	| (translate-character SYMBOL REG(charset) REG(codepoint))
        ;; SYMBOL must refer to a table defined by `define-translation-table'.
LOOKUP :=
	(lookup-character SYMBOL REG(charset) REG(codepoint))
	| (lookup-integer SYMBOL REG(integer))
        ;; SYMBOL refers to a table defined by `define-translation-hash-table'.
MAP :=
     (iterate-multiple-map REG REG MAP-IDs)
     | (map-multiple REG REG (MAP-SET))
     | (map-single REG REG MAP-ID)
MAP-IDs := MAP-ID ...
MAP-SET := MAP-IDs | (MAP-IDs) MAP-SET
MAP-ID := integer

\(fn NAME CCL-PROGRAM &optional DOC)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote check-ccl-program) "ccl" "\
Check validity of CCL-PROGRAM.
If CCL-PROGRAM is a symbol denoting a CCL program, return
CCL-PROGRAM, else return nil.
If CCL-PROGRAM is a vector and optional arg NAME (symbol) is supplied,
register CCL-PROGRAM by name NAME, and return NAME.

\(fn CCL-PROGRAM &optional NAME)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote ccl-execute-with-args) "ccl" "\
Execute CCL-PROGRAM with registers initialized by the remaining args.
The return value is a vector of resulting CCL registers.

See the documentation of `define-ccl-program' for the detail of CCL program.

\(fn CCL-PROG &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (cfengine-mode) "cfengine" "progmodes/cfengine.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cfengine.el

(autoload (quote cfengine-mode) "cfengine" "\
Major mode for editing cfengine input.
There are no special keybindings by default.

Action blocks are treated as defuns, i.e. \\[beginning-of-defun] moves
to the action header.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (checkdoc-minor-mode checkdoc-ispell-defun checkdoc-ispell-comments
;;;;;;  checkdoc-ispell-continue checkdoc-ispell-start checkdoc-ispell-message-text
;;;;;;  checkdoc-ispell-message-interactive checkdoc-ispell-interactive
;;;;;;  checkdoc-ispell-current-buffer checkdoc-ispell checkdoc-defun
;;;;;;  checkdoc-eval-defun checkdoc-message-text checkdoc-rogue-spaces
;;;;;;  checkdoc-comments checkdoc-continue checkdoc-start checkdoc-current-buffer
;;;;;;  checkdoc-eval-current-buffer checkdoc-message-interactive
;;;;;;  checkdoc-interactive checkdoc) "checkdoc" "emacs-lisp/checkdoc.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/checkdoc.el

(autoload (quote checkdoc) "checkdoc" "\
Interactively check the entire buffer for style errors.
The current status of the check will be displayed in a buffer which
the users will view as each check is completed.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-interactive) "checkdoc" "\
Interactively check the current buffer for doc string errors.
Prefix argument START-HERE will start the checking from the current
point, otherwise the check starts at the beginning of the current
buffer.  Allows navigation forward and backwards through document
errors.  Does not check for comment or space warnings.
Optional argument SHOWSTATUS indicates that we should update the
checkdoc status window instead of the usual behavior.

\(fn &optional START-HERE SHOWSTATUS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-message-interactive) "checkdoc" "\
Interactively check the current buffer for message string errors.
Prefix argument START-HERE will start the checking from the current
point, otherwise the check starts at the beginning of the current
buffer.  Allows navigation forward and backwards through document
errors.  Does not check for comment or space warnings.
Optional argument SHOWSTATUS indicates that we should update the
checkdoc status window instead of the usual behavior.

\(fn &optional START-HERE SHOWSTATUS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-eval-current-buffer) "checkdoc" "\
Evaluate and check documentation for the current buffer.
Evaluation is done first because good documentation for something that
doesn't work is just not useful.  Comments, doc strings, and rogue
spacing are all verified.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-current-buffer) "checkdoc" "\
Check current buffer for document, comment, error style, and rogue spaces.
With a prefix argument (in Lisp, the argument TAKE-NOTES),
store all errors found in a warnings buffer,
otherwise stop after the first error.

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-start) "checkdoc" "\
Start scanning the current buffer for documentation string style errors.
Only documentation strings are checked.
Use `checkdoc-continue' to continue checking if an error cannot be fixed.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES means to collect all the warning messages into
a separate buffer.

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-continue) "checkdoc" "\
Find the next doc string in the current buffer which has a style error.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES means to continue through the whole buffer and
save warnings in a separate buffer.  Second optional argument START-POINT
is the starting location.  If this is nil, `point-min' is used instead.

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-comments) "checkdoc" "\
Find missing comment sections in the current Emacs Lisp file.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES non-nil means to save warnings in a
separate buffer.  Otherwise print a message.  This returns the error
if there is one.

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-rogue-spaces) "checkdoc" "\
Find extra spaces at the end of lines in the current file.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES non-nil means to save warnings in a
separate buffer.  Otherwise print a message.  This returns the error
if there is one.
Optional argument INTERACT permits more interactive fixing.

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES INTERACT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-message-text) "checkdoc" "\
Scan the buffer for occurrences of the error function, and verify text.
Optional argument TAKE-NOTES causes all errors to be logged.

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-eval-defun) "checkdoc" "\
Evaluate the current form with `eval-defun' and check its documentation.
Evaluation is done first so the form will be read before the
documentation is checked.  If there is a documentation error, then the display
of what was evaluated will be overwritten by the diagnostic message.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-defun) "checkdoc" "\
Examine the doc string of the function or variable under point.
Call `error' if the doc string has problems.  If NO-ERROR is
non-nil, then do not call error, but call `message' instead.
If the doc string passes the test, then check the function for rogue white
space at the end of each line.

\(fn &optional NO-ERROR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-ispell) "checkdoc" "\
Check the style and spelling of everything interactively.
Calls `checkdoc' with spell-checking turned on.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES is the same as for `checkdoc'

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-ispell-current-buffer) "checkdoc" "\
Check the style and spelling of the current buffer.
Calls `checkdoc-current-buffer' with spell-checking turned on.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES is the same as for `checkdoc-current-buffer'

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-ispell-interactive) "checkdoc" "\
Check the style and spelling of the current buffer interactively.
Calls `checkdoc-interactive' with spell-checking turned on.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES is the same as for `checkdoc-interactive'

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-ispell-message-interactive) "checkdoc" "\
Check the style and spelling of message text interactively.
Calls `checkdoc-message-interactive' with spell-checking turned on.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES is the same as for `checkdoc-message-interactive'

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-ispell-message-text) "checkdoc" "\
Check the style and spelling of message text interactively.
Calls `checkdoc-message-text' with spell-checking turned on.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES is the same as for `checkdoc-message-text'

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-ispell-start) "checkdoc" "\
Check the style and spelling of the current buffer.
Calls `checkdoc-start' with spell-checking turned on.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES is the same as for `checkdoc-start'

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-ispell-continue) "checkdoc" "\
Check the style and spelling of the current buffer after point.
Calls `checkdoc-continue' with spell-checking turned on.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES is the same as for `checkdoc-continue'

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-ispell-comments) "checkdoc" "\
Check the style and spelling of the current buffer's comments.
Calls `checkdoc-comments' with spell-checking turned on.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES is the same as for `checkdoc-comments'

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-ispell-defun) "checkdoc" "\
Check the style and spelling of the current defun with Ispell.
Calls `checkdoc-defun' with spell-checking turned on.
Prefix argument TAKE-NOTES is the same as for `checkdoc-defun'

\(fn &optional TAKE-NOTES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote checkdoc-minor-mode) "checkdoc" "\
Toggle Checkdoc minor mode, a mode for checking Lisp doc strings.
With prefix ARG, turn Checkdoc minor mode on iff ARG is positive.

In Checkdoc minor mode, the usual bindings for `eval-defun' which is
bound to \\<checkdoc-minor-mode-map>\\[checkdoc-eval-defun] and `checkdoc-eval-current-buffer' are overridden to include
checking of documentation strings.

\\{checkdoc-minor-mode-map}

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (encode-hz-buffer encode-hz-region decode-hz-buffer
;;;;;;  decode-hz-region) "china-util" "language/china-util.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/china-util.el

(autoload (quote decode-hz-region) "china-util" "\
Decode HZ/ZW encoded text in the current region.
Return the length of resulting text.

\(fn BEG END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote decode-hz-buffer) "china-util" "\
Decode HZ/ZW encoded text in the current buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote encode-hz-region) "china-util" "\
Encode the text in the current region to HZ.
Return the length of resulting text.

\(fn BEG END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote encode-hz-buffer) "china-util" "\
Encode the text in the current buffer to HZ.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (command-history list-command-history repeat-matching-complex-command)
;;;;;;  "chistory" "chistory.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from chistory.el

(autoload (quote repeat-matching-complex-command) "chistory" "\
Edit and re-evaluate complex command with name matching PATTERN.
Matching occurrences are displayed, most recent first, until you select
a form for evaluation.  If PATTERN is empty (or nil), every form in the
command history is offered.  The form is placed in the minibuffer for
editing and the result is evaluated.

\(fn &optional PATTERN)" t nil)

(autoload (quote list-command-history) "chistory" "\
List history of commands typed to minibuffer.
The number of commands listed is controlled by `list-command-history-max'.
Calls value of `list-command-history-filter' (if non-nil) on each history
element to judge if that element should be excluded from the list.

The buffer is left in Command History mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote command-history) "chistory" "\
Examine commands from `command-history' in a buffer.
The number of commands listed is controlled by `list-command-history-max'.
The command history is filtered by `list-command-history-filter' if non-nil.
Use \\<command-history-map>\\[command-history-repeat] to repeat the command on the current line.

Otherwise much like Emacs-Lisp Mode except that there is no self-insertion
and digits provide prefix arguments.  Tab does not indent.
\\{command-history-map}

This command always recompiles the Command History listing
and runs the normal hook `command-history-hook'.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "cl" "emacs-lisp/cl.el" (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/cl.el

(defvar custom-print-functions nil "\
This is a list of functions that format user objects for printing.
Each function is called in turn with three arguments: the object, the
stream, and the print level (currently ignored).  If it is able to
print the object it returns true; otherwise it returns nil and the
printer proceeds to the next function on the list.

This variable is not used at present, but it is defined in hopes that
a future Emacs interpreter will be able to use it.")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (common-lisp-indent-function) "cl-indent" "emacs-lisp/cl-indent.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/cl-indent.el

(autoload (quote common-lisp-indent-function) "cl-indent" "\
Not documented

\(fn INDENT-POINT STATE)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (c-macro-expand) "cmacexp" "progmodes/cmacexp.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cmacexp.el

(autoload (quote c-macro-expand) "cmacexp" "\
Expand C macros in the region, using the C preprocessor.
Normally display output in temp buffer, but
prefix arg means replace the region with it.

`c-macro-preprocessor' specifies the preprocessor to use.
Tf the user option `c-macro-prompt-flag' is non-nil
prompt for arguments to the preprocessor (e.g. `-DDEBUG -I ./include'),
otherwise use `c-macro-cppflags'.

Noninteractive args are START, END, SUBST.
For use inside Lisp programs, see also `c-macro-expansion'.

\(fn START END SUBST)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (run-scheme) "cmuscheme" "cmuscheme.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from cmuscheme.el

(autoload (quote run-scheme) "cmuscheme" "\
Run an inferior Scheme process, input and output via buffer `*scheme*'.
If there is a process already running in `*scheme*', switch to that buffer.
With argument, allows you to edit the command line (default is value
of `scheme-program-name').
If the file `~/.emacs_SCHEMENAME' or `~/.emacs.d/init_SCHEMENAME.scm' exists,
it is given as initial input.
Note that this may lose due to a timing error if the Scheme processor
discards input when it starts up.
Runs the hook `inferior-scheme-mode-hook' (after the `comint-mode-hook'
is run).
\(Type \\[describe-mode] in the process buffer for a list of commands.)

\(fn CMD)" t nil)
 (add-hook 'same-window-buffer-names "*scheme*")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (cp-make-coding-system) "code-pages" "international/code-pages.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/code-pages.el

(autoload (quote cp-make-coding-system) "code-pages" "\
Make coding system NAME for and 8-bit, extended-ASCII character set.
V is a 128-long vector of characters to translate the upper half of
the character set.  DOC-STRING and MNEMONIC are used as the
corresponding args of `make-coding-system'.  If MNEMONIC isn't given,
?* is used.
Return an updated `non-iso-charset-alist'.

\(fn NAME V &optional DOC-STRING MNEMONIC)" nil (quote macro))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp437 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp737 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp775 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp850 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp851 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp852 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp855 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp857 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp858 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp860 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp861 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp862 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp863 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp864 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp865 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp866 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp869 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp874 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'windows-1250 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp1250 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'windows-1253 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp1253 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'windows-1254 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp1254 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'windows-1255 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp1255 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'windows-1256 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp1256 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'windows-1257 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp1257 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'windows-1258 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp1258 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'next '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'koi8-t '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'iso-8859-16 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'iso-8859-6 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'iso-8859-10 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'iso-8859-13 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'georgian-ps '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp720 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'cp1125 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'mik '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'pt154 '(require 'code-pages))
(autoload-coding-system 'iso-8859-11 '(require 'code-pages))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (codepage-setup cp-supported-codepages cp-offset-for-codepage
;;;;;;  cp-language-for-codepage cp-charset-for-codepage cp-make-coding-systems-for-codepage)
;;;;;;  "codepage" "international/codepage.el" (17842 54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/codepage.el

(autoload (quote cp-make-coding-systems-for-codepage) "codepage" "\
Create a coding system to convert IBM CODEPAGE into charset ISO-NAME
whose first character is at offset OFFSET from the beginning of 8-bit
ASCII table.

The created coding system has the usual 3 subsidiary systems: for Unix-,
DOS- and Mac-style EOL conversion.  However, unlike built-in coding
systems, the Mac-style EOL conversion is currently not supported by the
decoder and encoder created by this function.

\(fn CODEPAGE ISO-NAME OFFSET)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote cp-charset-for-codepage) "codepage" "\
Return the charset for which there is a translation table to DOS CODEPAGE.
CODEPAGE must be the name of a DOS codepage, a string.

\(fn CODEPAGE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote cp-language-for-codepage) "codepage" "\
Return the name of the MULE language environment for CODEPAGE.
CODEPAGE must be the name of a DOS codepage, a string.

\(fn CODEPAGE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote cp-offset-for-codepage) "codepage" "\
Return the offset to be used in setting up coding systems for CODEPAGE.
CODEPAGE must be the name of a DOS codepage, a string.

\(fn CODEPAGE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote cp-supported-codepages) "codepage" "\
Return an alist of supported codepages.

Each association in the alist has the form (NNN . CHARSET), where NNN is the
codepage number, and CHARSET is the MULE charset which is the closest match
for the character set supported by that codepage.

A codepage NNN is supported if a variable called `cpNNN-decode-table' exists,
is a vector, and has a charset property.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote codepage-setup) "codepage" "\
Create a coding system cpCODEPAGE to support the IBM codepage CODEPAGE.

These coding systems are meant for encoding and decoding 8-bit non-ASCII
characters used by the IBM codepages, typically in conjunction with files
read/written by MS-DOS software, or for display on the MS-DOS terminal.

\(fn CODEPAGE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (comint-redirect-results-list-from-process comint-redirect-results-list
;;;;;;  comint-redirect-send-command-to-process comint-redirect-send-command
;;;;;;  comint-run make-comint make-comint-in-buffer) "comint" "comint.el"
;;;;;;  (17937 3189))
;;; Generated autoloads from comint.el

(defvar comint-output-filter-functions (quote (comint-postoutput-scroll-to-bottom comint-watch-for-password-prompt)) "\
Functions to call after output is inserted into the buffer.
One possible function is `comint-postoutput-scroll-to-bottom'.
These functions get one argument, a string containing the text as originally
inserted.  Note that this might not be the same as the buffer contents between
`comint-last-output-start' and the buffer's `process-mark', if other filter
functions have already modified the buffer.

See also `comint-preoutput-filter-functions'.

You can use `add-hook' to add functions to this list
either globally or locally.")

(define-obsolete-variable-alias (quote comint-use-prompt-regexp-instead-of-fields) (quote comint-use-prompt-regexp) "22.1")

(autoload (quote make-comint-in-buffer) "comint" "\
Make a Comint process NAME in BUFFER, running PROGRAM.
If BUFFER is nil, it defaults to NAME surrounded by `*'s.
PROGRAM should be either a string denoting an executable program to create
via `start-process', or a cons pair of the form (HOST . SERVICE) denoting a TCP
connection to be opened via `open-network-stream'.  If there is already a
running process in that buffer, it is not restarted.  Optional fourth arg
STARTFILE is the name of a file to send the contents of to the process.

If PROGRAM is a string, any more args are arguments to PROGRAM.

\(fn NAME BUFFER PROGRAM &optional STARTFILE &rest SWITCHES)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote make-comint) "comint" "\
Make a Comint process NAME in a buffer, running PROGRAM.
The name of the buffer is made by surrounding NAME with `*'s.
PROGRAM should be either a string denoting an executable program to create
via `start-process', or a cons pair of the form (HOST . SERVICE) denoting a TCP
connection to be opened via `open-network-stream'.  If there is already a
running process in that buffer, it is not restarted.  Optional third arg
STARTFILE is the name of a file to send the contents of the process to.

If PROGRAM is a string, any more args are arguments to PROGRAM.

\(fn NAME PROGRAM &optional STARTFILE &rest SWITCHES)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote comint-run) "comint" "\
Run PROGRAM in a Comint buffer and switch to it.
The buffer name is made by surrounding the file name of PROGRAM with `*'s.
The file name is used to make a symbol name, such as `comint-sh-hook', and any
hooks on this symbol are run in the buffer.
See `make-comint' and `comint-exec'.

\(fn PROGRAM)" t nil)

(defvar comint-file-name-prefix "" "\
Prefix prepended to absolute file names taken from process input.
This is used by Comint's and shell's completion functions, and by shell's
directory tracking functions.")

(autoload (quote comint-redirect-send-command) "comint" "\
Send COMMAND to process in current buffer, with output to OUTPUT-BUFFER.
With prefix arg ECHO, echo output in process buffer.

If NO-DISPLAY is non-nil, do not show the output buffer.

\(fn COMMAND OUTPUT-BUFFER ECHO &optional NO-DISPLAY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote comint-redirect-send-command-to-process) "comint" "\
Send COMMAND to PROCESS, with output to OUTPUT-BUFFER.
With prefix arg, echo output in process buffer.

If NO-DISPLAY is non-nil, do not show the output buffer.

\(fn COMMAND OUTPUT-BUFFER PROCESS ECHO &optional NO-DISPLAY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote comint-redirect-results-list) "comint" "\
Send COMMAND to current process.
Return a list of expressions in the output which match REGEXP.
REGEXP-GROUP is the regular expression group in REGEXP to use.

\(fn COMMAND REGEXP REGEXP-GROUP)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote comint-redirect-results-list-from-process) "comint" "\
Send COMMAND to PROCESS.
Return a list of expressions in the output which match REGEXP.
REGEXP-GROUP is the regular expression group in REGEXP to use.

\(fn PROCESS COMMAND REGEXP REGEXP-GROUP)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (compare-windows) "compare-w" "compare-w.el" (17926
;;;;;;  45410))
;;; Generated autoloads from compare-w.el

(autoload (quote compare-windows) "compare-w" "\
Compare text in current window with text in next window.
Compares the text starting at point in each window,
moving over text in each one as far as they match.

This command pushes the mark in each window
at the prior location of point in that window.
If both windows display the same buffer,
the mark is pushed twice in that buffer:
first in the other window, then in the selected window.

A prefix arg means reverse the value of variable
`compare-ignore-whitespace'.  If `compare-ignore-whitespace' is
nil, then a prefix arg means ignore changes in whitespace.  If
`compare-ignore-whitespace' is non-nil, then a prefix arg means
don't ignore changes in whitespace.  The variable
`compare-windows-whitespace' controls how whitespace is skipped.
If `compare-ignore-case' is non-nil, changes in case are also
ignored.

If `compare-windows-sync' is non-nil, then successive calls of
this command work in interlaced mode:
on first call it advances points to the next difference,
on second call it synchronizes points by skipping the difference,
on third call it again advances points to the next difference and so on.

\(fn IGNORE-WHITESPACE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (compilation-next-error-function compilation-minor-mode
;;;;;;  compilation-shell-minor-mode compilation-mode compilation-start
;;;;;;  compile compilation-disable-input compile-command compilation-search-path
;;;;;;  compilation-ask-about-save compilation-window-height compilation-mode-hook)
;;;;;;  "compile" "progmodes/compile.el" (18006 55797))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/compile.el

(defvar compilation-mode-hook nil "\
*List of hook functions run by `compilation-mode' (see `run-mode-hooks').")

(custom-autoload (quote compilation-mode-hook) "compile" t)

(defvar compilation-window-height nil "\
*Number of lines in a compilation window.  If nil, use Emacs default.")

(custom-autoload (quote compilation-window-height) "compile" t)

(defvar compilation-process-setup-function nil "\
*Function to call to customize the compilation process.
This function is called immediately before the compilation process is
started.  It can be used to set any variables or functions that are used
while processing the output of the compilation process.  The function
is called with variables `compilation-buffer' and `compilation-window'
bound to the compilation buffer and window, respectively.")

(defvar compilation-buffer-name-function nil "\
Function to compute the name of a compilation buffer.
The function receives one argument, the name of the major mode of the
compilation buffer.  It should return a string.
nil means compute the name with `(concat \"*\" (downcase major-mode) \"*\")'.")

(defvar compilation-finish-function nil "\
Function to call when a compilation process finishes.
It is called with two arguments: the compilation buffer, and a string
describing how the process finished.")

(defvar compilation-finish-functions nil "\
Functions to call when a compilation process finishes.
Each function is called with two arguments: the compilation buffer,
and a string describing how the process finished.")
(put 'compilation-directory 'safe-local-variable 'stringp)

(defvar compilation-ask-about-save t "\
*Non-nil means \\[compile] asks which buffers to save before compiling.
Otherwise, it saves all modified buffers without asking.")

(custom-autoload (quote compilation-ask-about-save) "compile" t)

(defvar compilation-search-path (quote (nil)) "\
*List of directories to search for source files named in error messages.
Elements should be directory names, not file names of directories.
nil as an element means to try the default directory.")

(custom-autoload (quote compilation-search-path) "compile" t)

(defvar compile-command "make -k " "\
*Last shell command used to do a compilation; default for next compilation.

Sometimes it is useful for files to supply local values for this variable.
You might also use mode hooks to specify it in certain modes, like this:

    (add-hook 'c-mode-hook
       (lambda ()
	 (unless (or (file-exists-p \"makefile\")
		     (file-exists-p \"Makefile\"))
	   (set (make-local-variable 'compile-command)
		(concat \"make -k \"
			(file-name-sans-extension buffer-file-name))))))")

(custom-autoload (quote compile-command) "compile" t)
(put 'compile-command 'safe-local-variable 'stringp)

(defvar compilation-disable-input nil "\
*If non-nil, send end-of-file as compilation process input.
This only affects platforms that support asynchronous processes (see
`start-process'); synchronous compilation processes never accept input.")

(custom-autoload (quote compilation-disable-input) "compile" t)

(autoload (quote compile) "compile" "\
Compile the program including the current buffer.  Default: run `make'.
Runs COMMAND, a shell command, in a separate process asynchronously
with output going to the buffer `*compilation*'.

You can then use the command \\[next-error] to find the next error message
and move to the source code that caused it.

If optional second arg COMINT is t the buffer will be in Comint mode with
`compilation-shell-minor-mode'.

Interactively, prompts for the command if `compilation-read-command' is
non-nil; otherwise uses `compile-command'.  With prefix arg, always prompts.
Additionally, with universal prefix arg, compilation buffer will be in
comint mode, i.e. interactive.

To run more than one compilation at once, start one and rename
the `*compilation*' buffer to some other name with
\\[rename-buffer].  Then start the next one.  On most systems,
termination of the main compilation process kills its
subprocesses.

The name used for the buffer is actually whatever is returned by
the function in `compilation-buffer-name-function', so you can set that
to a function that generates a unique name.

\(fn COMMAND &optional COMINT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote compilation-start) "compile" "\
Run compilation command COMMAND (low level interface).
If COMMAND starts with a cd command, that becomes the `default-directory'.
The rest of the arguments are optional; for them, nil means use the default.

MODE is the major mode to set in the compilation buffer.  Mode
may also be t meaning use `compilation-shell-minor-mode' under `comint-mode'.
If NAME-FUNCTION is non-nil, call it with one argument (the mode name)
to determine the buffer name.

If HIGHLIGHT-REGEXP is non-nil, `next-error' will temporarily highlight
the matching section of the visited source line; the default is to use the
global value of `compilation-highlight-regexp'.

Returns the compilation buffer created.

\(fn COMMAND &optional MODE NAME-FUNCTION HIGHLIGHT-REGEXP)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote compilation-mode) "compile" "\
Major mode for compilation log buffers.
\\<compilation-mode-map>To visit the source for a line-numbered error,
move point to the error message line and type \\[compile-goto-error].
To kill the compilation, type \\[kill-compilation].

Runs `compilation-mode-hook' with `run-mode-hooks' (which see).

\\{compilation-mode-map}

\(fn &optional NAME-OF-MODE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote compilation-shell-minor-mode) "compile" "\
Toggle compilation shell minor mode.
With arg, turn compilation mode on if and only if arg is positive.
In this minor mode, all the error-parsing commands of the
Compilation major mode are available but bound to keys that don't
collide with Shell mode.  See `compilation-mode'.
Turning the mode on runs the normal hook `compilation-shell-minor-mode-hook'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote compilation-minor-mode) "compile" "\
Toggle compilation minor mode.
With arg, turn compilation mode on if and only if arg is positive.
In this minor mode, all the error-parsing commands of the
Compilation major mode are available.  See `compilation-mode'.
Turning the mode on runs the normal hook `compilation-minor-mode-hook'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote compilation-next-error-function) "compile" "\
Advance to the next error message and visit the file where the error was.
This is the value of `next-error-function' in Compilation buffers.

\(fn N &optional RESET)" t nil)

(add-to-list (quote auto-mode-alist) (quote ("\\.gcov\\'" . compilation-mode)))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (partial-completion-mode) "complete" "complete.el"
;;;;;;  (17954 15344))
;;; Generated autoloads from complete.el

(defvar partial-completion-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Partial-Completion mode is enabled.
See the command `partial-completion-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `partial-completion-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote partial-completion-mode) "complete" nil)

(autoload (quote partial-completion-mode) "complete" "\
Toggle Partial Completion mode.
With prefix ARG, turn Partial Completion mode on if ARG is positive.

When Partial Completion mode is enabled, TAB (or M-TAB if `PC-meta-flag' is
nil) is enhanced so that if some string is divided into words and each word is
delimited by a character in `PC-word-delimiters', partial words are completed
as much as possible and `*' characters are treated likewise in file names.

For example, M-x p-c-m expands to M-x partial-completion-mode since no other
command begins with that sequence of characters, and
\\[find-file] f_b.c TAB might complete to foo_bar.c if that file existed and no
other file in that directory begins with that sequence of characters.

Unless `PC-disable-includes' is non-nil, the `<...>' sequence is interpreted
specially in \\[find-file].  For example,
\\[find-file] <sys/time.h> RET finds the file `/usr/include/sys/time.h'.
See also the variable `PC-include-file-path'.

Partial Completion mode extends the meaning of `completion-auto-help' (which
see), so that if it is neither nil nor t, Emacs shows the `*Completions*'
buffer only on the second attempt to complete.  That is, if TAB finds nothing
to complete, the first TAB just says \"Next char not unique\" and the
second TAB brings up the `*Completions*' buffer.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dynamic-completion-mode) "completion" "completion.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from completion.el

(defvar dynamic-completion-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Dynamic-Completion mode is enabled.
See the command `dynamic-completion-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `dynamic-completion-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote dynamic-completion-mode) "completion" nil)

(autoload (quote dynamic-completion-mode) "completion" "\
Enable dynamic word-completion.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (decompose-composite-char compose-last-chars compose-chars-after
;;;;;;  find-composition compose-chars decompose-string compose-string
;;;;;;  decompose-region compose-region encode-composition-rule)
;;;;;;  "composite" "composite.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from composite.el

(defconst reference-point-alist (quote ((tl . 0) (tc . 1) (tr . 2) (Bl . 3) (Bc . 4) (Br . 5) (bl . 6) (bc . 7) (br . 8) (cl . 9) (cc . 10) (cr . 11) (top-left . 0) (top-center . 1) (top-right . 2) (base-left . 3) (base-center . 4) (base-right . 5) (bottom-left . 6) (bottom-center . 7) (bottom-right . 8) (center-left . 9) (center-center . 10) (center-right . 11) (ml . 3) (mc . 10) (mr . 5) (mid-left . 3) (mid-center . 10) (mid-right . 5))) "\
Alist of symbols vs integer codes of glyph reference points.
A glyph reference point symbol is to be used to specify a composition
rule in COMPONENTS argument to such functions as `compose-region' and
`make-composition'.

Meanings of glyph reference point codes are as follows:

    0----1----2 <---- ascent	0:tl or top-left
    |         |			1:tc or top-center
    |         |			2:tr or top-right
    |         |			3:Bl or base-left     9:cl or center-left
    9   10   11 <---- center	4:Bc or base-center  10:cc or center-center
    |         |			5:Br or base-right   11:cr or center-right
  --3----4----5-- <-- baseline	6:bl or bottom-left
    |         |			7:bc or bottom-center
    6----7----8 <---- descent	8:br or bottom-right

Glyph reference point symbols are to be used to specify composition
rule of the form (GLOBAL-REF-POINT . NEW-REF-POINT), where
GLOBAL-REF-POINT is a reference point in the overall glyphs already
composed, and NEW-REF-POINT is a reference point in the new glyph to
be added.

For instance, if GLOBAL-REF-POINT is `br' (bottom-right) and
NEW-REF-POINT is `tc' (top-center), the overall glyph is updated as
follows (the point `*' corresponds to both reference points):

    +-------+--+ <--- new ascent
    |       |  |
    | global|  |
    | glyph |  |
 -- |       |  |-- <--- baseline (doesn't change)
    +----+--*--+
    |    | new |
    |    |glyph|
    +----+-----+ <--- new descent
")

(autoload (quote encode-composition-rule) "composite" "\
Encode composition rule RULE into an integer value.
RULE is a cons of global and new reference point symbols
\(see `reference-point-alist').

\(fn RULE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote compose-region) "composite" "\
Compose characters in the current region.

Characters are composed relatively, i.e. composed by overstricking or
stacking depending on ascent, descent and other properties.

When called from a program, expects these four arguments.

First two arguments START and END are positions (integers or markers)
specifying the region.

Optional 3rd argument COMPONENTS, if non-nil, is a character or a
sequence (vector, list, or string) of integers.  In this case,
characters are composed not relatively but according to COMPONENTS.

If it is a character, it is an alternate character to display instead
of the text in the region.

If it is a string, the elements are alternate characters.

If it is a vector or list, it is a sequence of alternate characters and
composition rules, where (2N)th elements are characters and (2N+1)th
elements are composition rules to specify how to compose (2N+2)th
elements with previously composed N glyphs.

A composition rule is a cons of global and new glyph reference point
symbols.  See the documentation of `reference-point-alist' for more
detail.

Optional 4th argument MODIFICATION-FUNC is a function to call to
adjust the composition when it gets invalid because of a change of
text in the composition.

\(fn START END &optional COMPONENTS MODIFICATION-FUNC)" t nil)

(autoload (quote decompose-region) "composite" "\
Decompose text in the current region.

When called from a program, expects two arguments,
positions (integers or markers) specifying the region.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote compose-string) "composite" "\
Compose characters in string STRING.

The return value is STRING where `composition' property is put on all
the characters in it.

Optional 2nd and 3rd arguments START and END specify the range of
STRING to be composed.  They default to the beginning and the end of
STRING respectively.

Optional 4th argument COMPONENTS, if non-nil, is a character or a
sequence (vector, list, or string) of integers.  See the function
`compose-region' for more detail.

Optional 5th argument MODIFICATION-FUNC is a function to call to
adjust the composition when it gets invalid because of a change of
text in the composition.

\(fn STRING &optional START END COMPONENTS MODIFICATION-FUNC)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote decompose-string) "composite" "\
Return STRING where `composition' property is removed.

\(fn STRING)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote compose-chars) "composite" "\
Return a string from arguments in which all characters are composed.
For relative composition, arguments are characters.
For rule-based composition, Mth (where M is odd) arguments are
characters, and Nth (where N is even) arguments are composition rules.
A composition rule is a cons of glyph reference points of the form
\(GLOBAL-REF-POINT . NEW-REF-POINT).  See the documentation of
`reference-point-alist' for more detail.

\(fn &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote find-composition) "composite" "\
Return information about a composition at or nearest to buffer position POS.

If the character at POS has `composition' property, the value is a list
of FROM, TO, and VALID-P.

FROM and TO specify the range of text that has the same `composition'
property, VALID-P is non-nil if and only if this composition is valid.

If there's no composition at POS, and the optional 2nd argument LIMIT
is non-nil, search for a composition toward LIMIT.

If no composition is found, return nil.

Optional 3rd argument STRING, if non-nil, is a string to look for a
composition in; nil means the current buffer.

If a valid composition is found and the optional 4th argument DETAIL-P
is non-nil, the return value is a list of FROM, TO, COMPONENTS,
RELATIVE-P, MOD-FUNC, and WIDTH.

COMPONENTS is a vector of integers, the meaning depends on RELATIVE-P.

RELATIVE-P is t if the composition method is relative, else nil.

If RELATIVE-P is t, COMPONENTS is a vector of characters to be
composed.  If RELATIVE-P is nil, COMPONENTS is a vector of characters
and composition rules as described in `compose-region'.

MOD-FUNC is a modification function of the composition.

WIDTH is a number of columns the composition occupies on the screen.

\(fn POS &optional LIMIT STRING DETAIL-P)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote compose-chars-after) "composite" "\
Compose characters in current buffer after position POS.

It looks up the char-table `composition-function-table' (which see) by
a character after POS.  If non-nil value is found, the format of the
value should be an alist of PATTERNs vs FUNCs, where PATTERNs are
regular expressions and FUNCs are functions.  If the text after POS
matches one of PATTERNs, call the corresponding FUNC with three
arguments POS, TO, and PATTERN, where TO is the end position of text
matching PATTERN, and return what FUNC returns.  Otherwise, return
nil.

FUNC is responsible for composing the text properly.  The return value
is:
  nil -- if no characters were composed.
  CHARS (integer) -- if CHARS characters were composed.

Optional 2nd arg LIMIT, if non-nil, limits the matching of text.

Optional 3rd arg OBJECT, if non-nil, is a string that contains the
text to compose.  In that case, POS and LIMIT index to the string.

This function is the default value of `compose-chars-after-function'.

\(fn POS &optional LIMIT OBJECT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote compose-last-chars) "composite" "\
Compose last characters.
The argument is a parameterized event of the form
	(compose-last-chars N COMPONENTS),
where N is the number of characters before point to compose,
COMPONENTS, if non-nil, is the same as the argument to `compose-region'
\(which see).  If it is nil, `compose-chars-after' is called,
and that function finds a proper rule to compose the target characters.
This function is intended to be used from input methods.
The global keymap binds special event `compose-last-chars' to this
function.  Input method may generate an event (compose-last-chars N COMPONENTS)
after a sequence of character events.

\(fn ARGS)" t nil)
(global-set-key [compose-last-chars] 'compose-last-chars)

(autoload (quote decompose-composite-char) "composite" "\
Convert CHAR to string.

If optional 2nd arg TYPE is non-nil, it is `string', `list', or
`vector'.  In this case, CHAR is converted to string, list of CHAR, or
vector of CHAR respectively.
Optional 3rd arg WITH-COMPOSITION-RULE is ignored.

\(fn CHAR &optional TYPE WITH-COMPOSITION-RULE)" nil nil)

(make-obsolete (quote decompose-composite-char) (quote char-to-string) "21.1")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (conf-xdefaults-mode conf-ppd-mode conf-colon-mode
;;;;;;  conf-space-keywords conf-space-mode conf-javaprop-mode conf-windows-mode
;;;;;;  conf-unix-mode conf-mode) "conf-mode" "textmodes/conf-mode.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58277))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/conf-mode.el

(autoload (quote conf-mode) "conf-mode" "\
Mode for Unix and Windows Conf files and Java properties.
Most conf files know only three kinds of constructs: parameter
assignments optionally grouped into sections and comments.  Yet
there is a great range of variation in the exact syntax of conf
files.  See below for various wrapper commands that set up the
details for some of the most widespread variants.

This mode sets up font locking, outline, imenu and it provides
alignment support through `conf-align-assignments'.  If strings
come out wrong, try `conf-quote-normal'.

Some files allow continuation lines, either with a backslash at
the end of line, or by indenting the next line (further).  These
constructs cannot currently be recognized.

Because of this great variety of nuances, which are often not
even clearly specified, please don't expect it to get every file
quite right.  Patches that clearly identify some special case,
without breaking the general ones, are welcome.

If instead you start this mode with the generic `conf-mode'
command, it will parse the buffer.  It will generally well
identify the first four cases listed below.  If the buffer
doesn't have enough contents to decide, this is identical to
`conf-windows-mode' on Windows, elsewhere to `conf-unix-mode'.
See also `conf-space-mode', `conf-colon-mode', `conf-javaprop-mode',
`conf-ppd-mode' and `conf-xdefaults-mode'.

\\{conf-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote conf-unix-mode) "conf-mode" "\
Conf Mode starter for Unix style Conf files.
Comments start with `#'.
For details see `conf-mode'.  Example:

# Conf mode font-locks this right on Unix and with \\[conf-unix-mode]

\[Desktop Entry]
	 Encoding=UTF-8
	 Name=The GIMP
	 Name[ca]=El GIMP
	 Name[cs]=GIMP

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote conf-windows-mode) "conf-mode" "\
Conf Mode starter for Windows style Conf files.
Comments start with `;'.
For details see `conf-mode'.  Example:

; Conf mode font-locks this right on Windows and with \\[conf-windows-mode]

\[ExtShellFolderViews]
Default={5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}
{5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}={5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}

\[{5984FFE0-28D4-11CF-AE66-08002B2E1262}]
PersistMoniker=file://Folder.htt

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote conf-javaprop-mode) "conf-mode" "\
Conf Mode starter for Java properties files.
Comments start with `#' but are also recognized with `//' or
between `/*' and `*/'.
For details see `conf-mode'.  Example:

# Conf mode font-locks this right with \\[conf-javaprop-mode] (Java properties)
// another kind of comment
/* yet another */

name:value
name=value
name value
x.1 =
x.2.y.1.z.1 =
x.2.y.1.z.2.zz =

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote conf-space-mode) "conf-mode" "\
Conf Mode starter for space separated conf files.
\"Assignments\" are with ` '.  Keywords before the parameters are
recognized according to the variable `conf-space-keywords-alist'.
Alternatively, you can specify a value for the file local variable
`conf-space-keywords'.
Use the function `conf-space-keywords' if you want to specify keywords
in an interactive fashion instead.

For details see `conf-mode'.  Example:

# Conf mode font-locks this right with \\[conf-space-mode] (space separated)

image/jpeg			jpeg jpg jpe
image/png			png
image/tiff			tiff tif

# Or with keywords (from a recognized file name):
class desktop
# Standard multimedia devices
add /dev/audio		desktop
add /dev/mixer		desktop

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote conf-space-keywords) "conf-mode" "\
Enter Conf Space mode using regexp KEYWORDS to match the keywords.
See `conf-space-mode'.

\(fn KEYWORDS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote conf-colon-mode) "conf-mode" "\
Conf Mode starter for Colon files.
\"Assignments\" are with `:'.
For details see `conf-mode'.  Example:

# Conf mode font-locks this right with \\[conf-colon-mode] (colon)

<Multi_key> <exclam> <exclam>		: \"\\241\"	exclamdown
<Multi_key> <c> <slash>			: \"\\242\"	cent

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote conf-ppd-mode) "conf-mode" "\
Conf Mode starter for Adobe/CUPS PPD files.
Comments start with `*%' and \"assignments\" are with `:'.
For details see `conf-mode'.  Example:

*% Conf mode font-locks this right with \\[conf-ppd-mode] (PPD)

*DefaultTransfer: Null
*Transfer Null.Inverse: \"{ 1 exch sub }\"

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote conf-xdefaults-mode) "conf-mode" "\
Conf Mode starter for Xdefaults files.
Comments start with `!' and \"assignments\" are with `:'.
For details see `conf-mode'.  Example:

! Conf mode font-locks this right with \\[conf-xdefaults-mode] (.Xdefaults)

*background:			gray99
*foreground:			black

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (shuffle-vector cookie-snarf cookie-insert cookie)
;;;;;;  "cookie1" "play/cookie1.el" (17842 55395))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/cookie1.el

(autoload (quote cookie) "cookie1" "\
Return a random phrase from PHRASE-FILE.
When the phrase file is read in, display STARTMSG at the beginning
of load, ENDMSG at the end.

\(fn PHRASE-FILE STARTMSG ENDMSG)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote cookie-insert) "cookie1" "\
Insert random phrases from PHRASE-FILE; COUNT of them.
When the phrase file is read in, display STARTMSG at the beginning
of load, ENDMSG at the end.

\(fn PHRASE-FILE &optional COUNT STARTMSG ENDMSG)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote cookie-snarf) "cookie1" "\
Reads in the PHRASE-FILE, returns it as a vector of strings.
Emit STARTMSG and ENDMSG before and after.  Caches the result; second
and subsequent calls on the same file won't go to disk.

\(fn PHRASE-FILE STARTMSG ENDMSG)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote shuffle-vector) "cookie1" "\
Randomly permute the elements of VECTOR (all permutations equally likely).

\(fn VECTOR)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (copyright copyright-fix-years copyright-update)
;;;;;;  "copyright" "emacs-lisp/copyright.el" (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/copyright.el

(autoload (quote copyright-update) "copyright" "\
Update copyright notice at beginning of buffer to indicate the current year.
With prefix ARG, replace the years in the notice rather than adding
the current year after them.  If necessary, and
`copyright-current-gpl-version' is set, any copying permissions
following the copyright are updated as well.
If non-nil, INTERACTIVEP tells the function to behave as when it's called
interactively.

\(fn &optional ARG INTERACTIVEP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote copyright-fix-years) "copyright" "\
Convert 2 digit years to 4 digit years.
Uses heuristic: year >= 50 means 19xx, < 50 means 20xx.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote copyright) "copyright" "\
Insert a copyright by $ORGANIZATION notice at cursor.

\(fn &optional STR ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (cperl-perldoc-at-point cperl-perldoc cperl-mode)
;;;;;;  "cperl-mode" "progmodes/cperl-mode.el" (17955 36604))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cperl-mode.el

(autoload (quote cperl-mode) "cperl-mode" "\
Major mode for editing Perl code.
Expression and list commands understand all C brackets.
Tab indents for Perl code.
Paragraphs are separated by blank lines only.
Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.

Various characters in Perl almost always come in pairs: {}, (), [],
sometimes <>.  When the user types the first, she gets the second as
well, with optional special formatting done on {}.  (Disabled by
default.)  You can always quote (with \\[quoted-insert]) the left
\"paren\" to avoid the expansion.  The processing of < is special,
since most the time you mean \"less\".  CPerl mode tries to guess
whether you want to type pair <>, and inserts is if it
appropriate.  You can set `cperl-electric-parens-string' to the string that
contains the parenths from the above list you want to be electrical.
Electricity of parenths is controlled by `cperl-electric-parens'.
You may also set `cperl-electric-parens-mark' to have electric parens
look for active mark and \"embrace\" a region if possible.'

CPerl mode provides expansion of the Perl control constructs:

   if, else, elsif, unless, while, until, continue, do,
   for, foreach, formy and foreachmy.

and POD directives (Disabled by default, see `cperl-electric-keywords'.)

The user types the keyword immediately followed by a space, which
causes the construct to be expanded, and the point is positioned where
she is most likely to want to be.  eg. when the user types a space
following \"if\" the following appears in the buffer: if () { or if ()
} { } and the cursor is between the parentheses.  The user can then
type some boolean expression within the parens.  Having done that,
typing \\[cperl-linefeed] places you - appropriately indented - on a
new line between the braces (if you typed \\[cperl-linefeed] in a POD
directive line, then appropriate number of new lines is inserted).

If CPerl decides that you want to insert \"English\" style construct like

            bite if angry;

it will not do any expansion.  See also help on variable
`cperl-extra-newline-before-brace'.  (Note that one can switch the
help message on expansion by setting `cperl-message-electric-keyword'
to nil.)

\\[cperl-linefeed] is a convenience replacement for typing carriage
return.  It places you in the next line with proper indentation, or if
you type it inside the inline block of control construct, like

            foreach (@lines) {print; print}

and you are on a boundary of a statement inside braces, it will
transform the construct into a multiline and will place you into an
appropriately indented blank line.  If you need a usual
`newline-and-indent' behavior, it is on \\[newline-and-indent],
see documentation on `cperl-electric-linefeed'.

Use \\[cperl-invert-if-unless] to change a construction of the form

	    if (A) { B }

into

            B if A;

\\{cperl-mode-map}

Setting the variable `cperl-font-lock' to t switches on font-lock-mode
\(even with older Emacsen), `cperl-electric-lbrace-space' to t switches
on electric space between $ and {, `cperl-electric-parens-string' is
the string that contains parentheses that should be electric in CPerl
\(see also `cperl-electric-parens-mark' and `cperl-electric-parens'),
setting `cperl-electric-keywords' enables electric expansion of
control structures in CPerl.  `cperl-electric-linefeed' governs which
one of two linefeed behavior is preferable.  You can enable all these
options simultaneously (recommended mode of use) by setting
`cperl-hairy' to t.  In this case you can switch separate options off
by setting them to `null'.  Note that one may undo the extra
whitespace inserted by semis and braces in `auto-newline'-mode by
consequent \\[cperl-electric-backspace].

If your site has perl5 documentation in info format, you can use commands
\\[cperl-info-on-current-command] and \\[cperl-info-on-command] to access it.
These keys run commands `cperl-info-on-current-command' and
`cperl-info-on-command', which one is which is controlled by variable
`cperl-info-on-command-no-prompt' and `cperl-clobber-lisp-bindings'
\(in turn affected by `cperl-hairy').

Even if you have no info-format documentation, short one-liner-style
help is available on \\[cperl-get-help], and one can run perldoc or
man via menu.

It is possible to show this help automatically after some idle time.
This is regulated by variable `cperl-lazy-help-time'.  Default with
`cperl-hairy' (if the value of `cperl-lazy-help-time' is nil) is 5
secs idle time .  It is also possible to switch this on/off from the
menu, or via \\[cperl-toggle-autohelp].  Requires `run-with-idle-timer'.

Use \\[cperl-lineup] to vertically lineup some construction - put the
beginning of the region at the start of construction, and make region
span the needed amount of lines.

Variables `cperl-pod-here-scan', `cperl-pod-here-fontify',
`cperl-pod-face', `cperl-pod-head-face' control processing of POD and
here-docs sections.  With capable Emaxen results of scan are used
for indentation too, otherwise they are used for highlighting only.

Variables controlling indentation style:
 `cperl-tab-always-indent'
    Non-nil means TAB in CPerl mode should always reindent the current line,
    regardless of where in the line point is when the TAB command is used.
 `cperl-indent-left-aligned-comments'
    Non-nil means that the comment starting in leftmost column should indent.
 `cperl-auto-newline'
    Non-nil means automatically newline before and after braces,
    and after colons and semicolons, inserted in Perl code.  The following
    \\[cperl-electric-backspace] will remove the inserted whitespace.
    Insertion after colons requires both this variable and
    `cperl-auto-newline-after-colon' set.
 `cperl-auto-newline-after-colon'
    Non-nil means automatically newline even after colons.
    Subject to `cperl-auto-newline' setting.
 `cperl-indent-level'
    Indentation of Perl statements within surrounding block.
    The surrounding block's indentation is the indentation
    of the line on which the open-brace appears.
 `cperl-continued-statement-offset'
    Extra indentation given to a substatement, such as the
    then-clause of an if, or body of a while, or just a statement continuation.
 `cperl-continued-brace-offset'
    Extra indentation given to a brace that starts a substatement.
    This is in addition to `cperl-continued-statement-offset'.
 `cperl-brace-offset'
    Extra indentation for line if it starts with an open brace.
 `cperl-brace-imaginary-offset'
    An open brace following other text is treated as if it the line started
    this far to the right of the actual line indentation.
 `cperl-label-offset'
    Extra indentation for line that is a label.
 `cperl-min-label-indent'
    Minimal indentation for line that is a label.

Settings for classic indent-styles: K&R BSD=C++ GNU PerlStyle=Whitesmith
  `cperl-indent-level'                5   4       2   4
  `cperl-brace-offset'                0   0       0   0
  `cperl-continued-brace-offset'     -5  -4       0   0
  `cperl-label-offset'               -5  -4      -2  -4
  `cperl-continued-statement-offset'  5   4       2   4

CPerl knows several indentation styles, and may bulk set the
corresponding variables.  Use \\[cperl-set-style] to do this.  Use
\\[cperl-set-style-back] to restore the memorized preexisting values
\(both available from menu).  See examples in `cperl-style-examples'.

Part of the indentation style is how different parts of if/elsif/else
statements are broken into lines; in CPerl, this is reflected on how
templates for these constructs are created (controlled by
`cperl-extra-newline-before-brace'), and how reflow-logic should treat \"continuation\" blocks of else/elsif/continue, controlled by the same variable,
and by `cperl-extra-newline-before-brace-multiline',
`cperl-merge-trailing-else', `cperl-indent-region-fix-constructs'.

If `cperl-indent-level' is 0, the statement after opening brace in
column 0 is indented on
`cperl-brace-offset'+`cperl-continued-statement-offset'.

Turning on CPerl mode calls the hooks in the variable `cperl-mode-hook'
with no args.

DO NOT FORGET to read micro-docs (available from `Perl' menu)
or as help on variables `cperl-tips', `cperl-problems',
`cperl-praise', `cperl-speed'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote cperl-perldoc) "cperl-mode" "\
Run `perldoc' on WORD.

\(fn WORD)" t nil)

(autoload (quote cperl-perldoc-at-point) "cperl-mode" "\
Run a `perldoc' on the word around point.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (cpp-parse-edit cpp-highlight-buffer) "cpp" "progmodes/cpp.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cpp.el

(autoload (quote cpp-highlight-buffer) "cpp" "\
Highlight C code according to preprocessor conditionals.
This command pops up a buffer which you should edit to specify
what kind of highlighting to use, and the criteria for highlighting.
A prefix arg suppresses display of that buffer.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote cpp-parse-edit) "cpp" "\
Edit display information for cpp conditionals.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (crisp-mode crisp-mode) "crisp" "emulation/crisp.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54264))
;;; Generated autoloads from emulation/crisp.el

(defvar crisp-mode nil "\
Track status of CRiSP emulation mode.
A value of nil means CRiSP mode is not enabled.  A value of t
indicates CRiSP mode is enabled.

Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
use either M-x customize or the function `crisp-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote crisp-mode) "crisp" nil)

(autoload (quote crisp-mode) "crisp" "\
Toggle CRiSP/Brief emulation minor mode.
With ARG, turn CRiSP mode on if ARG is positive, off otherwise.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(defalias (quote brief-mode) (quote crisp-mode))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (completing-read-multiple) "crm" "emacs-lisp/crm.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/crm.el

(autoload (quote completing-read-multiple) "crm" "\
Read multiple strings in the minibuffer, with completion.
By using this functionality, a user may specify multiple strings at a
single prompt, optionally using completion.

Multiple strings are specified by separating each of the strings with
a prespecified separator character.  For example, if the separator
character is a comma, the strings 'alice', 'bob', and 'eve' would be
specified as 'alice,bob,eve'.

The default value for the separator character is the value of
`crm-default-separator' (comma).  The separator character may be
changed by modifying the value of `crm-separator'.

Contiguous strings of non-separator-characters are referred to as
'elements'.  In the aforementioned example, the elements are: 'alice',
'bob', and 'eve'.

Completion is available on a per-element basis.  For example, if the
contents of the minibuffer are 'alice,bob,eve' and point is between
'l' and 'i', pressing TAB operates on the element 'alice'.

The return value of this function is a list of the read strings.

See the documentation for `completing-read' for details on the arguments:
PROMPT, TABLE, PREDICATE, REQUIRE-MATCH, INITIAL-INPUT, HIST, DEF, and
INHERIT-INPUT-METHOD.

\(fn PROMPT TABLE &optional PREDICATE REQUIRE-MATCH INITIAL-INPUT HIST DEF INHERIT-INPUT-METHOD)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (cua-selection-mode cua-mode) "cua-base" "emulation/cua-base.el"
;;;;;;  (17888 45995))
;;; Generated autoloads from emulation/cua-base.el

(defvar cua-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Cua mode is enabled.
See the command `cua-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `cua-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote cua-mode) "cua-base" nil)

(autoload (quote cua-mode) "cua-base" "\
Toggle CUA key-binding mode.
When enabled, using shifted movement keys will activate the
region (and highlight the region using `transient-mark-mode'),
and typed text replaces the active selection.

Also when enabled, you can use C-z, C-x, C-c, and C-v to undo,
cut, copy, and paste in addition to the normal Emacs bindings.
The C-x and C-c keys only do cut and copy when the region is
active, so in most cases, they do not conflict with the normal
function of these prefix keys.

If you really need to perform a command which starts with one of
the prefix keys even when the region is active, you have three
options:
- press the prefix key twice very quickly (within 0.2 seconds),
- press the prefix key and the following key within 0.2 seconds, or
- use the SHIFT key with the prefix key, i.e. C-S-x or C-S-c.

You can customize `cua-enable-cua-keys' to completely disable the
CUA bindings, or `cua-prefix-override-inhibit-delay' to change
the prefix fallback behavior.

CUA mode manages Transient Mark mode internally.  Trying to disable
Transient Mark mode while CUA mode is enabled does not work; if you
only want to highlight the region when it is selected using a
shifted movement key, set `cua-highlight-region-shift-only'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote cua-selection-mode) "cua-base" "\
Enable CUA selection mode without the C-z/C-x/C-c/C-v bindings.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)
 (eval-after-load 'CUA-mode
 '(error (concat "\n\n"
 "CUA-mode is now part of the standard GNU Emacs distribution, so you may\n"
 "now enable CUA via the Options menu or by customizing option `cua-mode'.\n\n"
 "You have loaded an older version of CUA-mode which does\n"
 "not work correctly with this version of GNU Emacs.\n\n"
 (if user-init-file (concat
 "To correct this, remove the loading and customization of the\n"
 "old version from the " user-init-file " file.\n\n")))))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (customize-menu-create custom-menu-create customize-save-customized
;;;;;;  custom-save-all custom-file customize-browse custom-buffer-create-other-window
;;;;;;  custom-buffer-create customize-apropos-groups customize-apropos-faces
;;;;;;  customize-apropos-options customize-apropos customize-saved
;;;;;;  customize-rogue customize-unsaved customize-face-other-window
;;;;;;  customize-face customize-changed-options customize-option-other-window
;;;;;;  customize-option customize-group-other-window customize-group
;;;;;;  customize-mode customize customize-save-variable customize-set-variable
;;;;;;  customize-set-value custom-menu-sort-alphabetically custom-buffer-sort-alphabetically
;;;;;;  custom-browse-sort-alphabetically) "cus-edit" "cus-edit.el"
;;;;;;  (17952 11093))
;;; Generated autoloads from cus-edit.el

(defvar custom-browse-sort-alphabetically nil "\
If non-nil, sort customization group alphabetically in `custom-browse'.")

(custom-autoload (quote custom-browse-sort-alphabetically) "cus-edit" t)

(defvar custom-buffer-sort-alphabetically nil "\
If non-nil, sort each customization group alphabetically in Custom buffer.")

(custom-autoload (quote custom-buffer-sort-alphabetically) "cus-edit" t)

(defvar custom-menu-sort-alphabetically nil "\
If non-nil, sort each customization group alphabetically in menus.")

(custom-autoload (quote custom-menu-sort-alphabetically) "cus-edit" t)
 (add-hook 'same-window-regexps "\\`\\*Customiz.*\\*\\'")

(autoload (quote customize-set-value) "cus-edit" "\
Set VARIABLE to VALUE, and return VALUE.  VALUE is a Lisp object.

If VARIABLE has a `variable-interactive' property, that is used as if
it were the arg to `interactive' (which see) to interactively read the value.

If VARIABLE has a `custom-type' property, it must be a widget and the
`:prompt-value' property of that widget will be used for reading the value.

If given a prefix (or a COMMENT argument), also prompt for a comment.

\(fn VARIABLE VALUE &optional COMMENT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-set-variable) "cus-edit" "\
Set the default for VARIABLE to VALUE, and return VALUE.
VALUE is a Lisp object.

If VARIABLE has a `custom-set' property, that is used for setting
VARIABLE, otherwise `set-default' is used.

If VARIABLE has a `variable-interactive' property, that is used as if
it were the arg to `interactive' (which see) to interactively read the value.

If VARIABLE has a `custom-type' property, it must be a widget and the
`:prompt-value' property of that widget will be used for reading the value.

If given a prefix (or a COMMENT argument), also prompt for a comment.

\(fn VARIABLE VALUE &optional COMMENT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-save-variable) "cus-edit" "\
Set the default for VARIABLE to VALUE, and save it for future sessions.
Return VALUE.

If VARIABLE has a `custom-set' property, that is used for setting
VARIABLE, otherwise `set-default' is used.

If VARIABLE has a `variable-interactive' property, that is used as if
it were the arg to `interactive' (which see) to interactively read the value.

If VARIABLE has a `custom-type' property, it must be a widget and the
`:prompt-value' property of that widget will be used for reading the value.

If given a prefix (or a COMMENT argument), also prompt for a comment.

\(fn VARIABLE VALUE &optional COMMENT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize) "cus-edit" "\
Select a customization buffer which you can use to set user options.
User options are structured into \"groups\".
Initially the top-level group `Emacs' and its immediate subgroups
are shown; the contents of those subgroups are initially hidden.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-mode) "cus-edit" "\
Customize options related to the current major mode.
If a prefix \\[universal-argument] was given (or if the current major mode has no known group),
then prompt for the MODE to customize.

\(fn MODE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-group) "cus-edit" "\
Customize GROUP, which must be a customization group.

\(fn GROUP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-group-other-window) "cus-edit" "\
Customize GROUP, which must be a customization group.

\(fn GROUP)" t nil)

(defalias (quote customize-variable) (quote customize-option))

(autoload (quote customize-option) "cus-edit" "\
Customize SYMBOL, which must be a user option variable.

\(fn SYMBOL)" t nil)

(defalias (quote customize-variable-other-window) (quote customize-option-other-window))

(autoload (quote customize-option-other-window) "cus-edit" "\
Customize SYMBOL, which must be a user option variable.
Show the buffer in another window, but don't select it.

\(fn SYMBOL)" t nil)

(defvar customize-package-emacs-version-alist nil "\
Alist mapping versions of a package to Emacs versions.
We use this for packages that have their own names, but are released
as part of Emacs itself.

Each elements looks like this:

     (PACKAGE (PVERSION . EVERSION)...)

Here PACKAGE is the name of a package, as a symbol.  After
PACKAGE come one or more elements, each associating a
package version PVERSION with the first Emacs version
EVERSION in which it (or a subsequent version of PACKAGE)
was first released.  Both PVERSION and EVERSION are strings.
PVERSION should be a string that this package used in
the :package-version keyword for `defcustom', `defgroup',
and `defface'.

For example, the MH-E package updates this alist as follows:

     (add-to-list 'customize-package-emacs-version-alist
                  '(MH-E (\"6.0\" . \"22.1\") (\"6.1\" . \"22.1\")
                         (\"7.0\" . \"22.1\") (\"7.1\" . \"22.1\")
                         (\"7.2\" . \"22.1\") (\"7.3\" . \"22.1\")
                         (\"7.4\" . \"22.1\") (\"8.0\" . \"22.1\")))

The value of PACKAGE needs to be unique and it needs to match the
PACKAGE value appearing in the :package-version keyword.  Since
the user might see the value in a error message, a good choice is
the official name of the package, such as MH-E or Gnus.")

(defalias (quote customize-changed) (quote customize-changed-options))

(autoload (quote customize-changed-options) "cus-edit" "\
Customize all settings whose meanings have changed in Emacs itself.
This includes new user option variables and faces, and new
customization groups, as well as older options and faces whose meanings
or default values have changed since the previous major Emacs release.

With argument SINCE-VERSION (a string), customize all settings
that were added or redefined since that version.

\(fn SINCE-VERSION)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-face) "cus-edit" "\
Customize FACE, which should be a face name or nil.
If FACE is nil, customize all faces.  If FACE is actually a
face-alias, customize the face it is aliased to.

Interactively, when point is on text which has a face specified,
suggest to customize that face, if it's customizable.

\(fn &optional FACE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-face-other-window) "cus-edit" "\
Show customization buffer for face FACE in other window.
If FACE is actually a face-alias, customize the face it is aliased to.

Interactively, when point is on text which has a face specified,
suggest to customize that face, if it's customizable.

\(fn &optional FACE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-unsaved) "cus-edit" "\
Customize all user options set in this session but not saved.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-rogue) "cus-edit" "\
Customize all user variables modified outside customize.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-saved) "cus-edit" "\
Customize all already saved user options.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-apropos) "cus-edit" "\
Customize all loaded options, faces and groups matching REGEXP.
If ALL is `options', include only options.
If ALL is `faces', include only faces.
If ALL is `groups', include only groups.
If ALL is t (interactively, with prefix arg), include variables
that are not customizable options, as well as faces and groups
\(but we recommend using `apropos-variable' instead).

\(fn REGEXP &optional ALL)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-apropos-options) "cus-edit" "\
Customize all loaded customizable options matching REGEXP.
With prefix arg, include variables that are not customizable options
\(but we recommend using `apropos-variable' instead).

\(fn REGEXP &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-apropos-faces) "cus-edit" "\
Customize all loaded faces matching REGEXP.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote customize-apropos-groups) "cus-edit" "\
Customize all loaded groups matching REGEXP.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote custom-buffer-create) "cus-edit" "\
Create a buffer containing OPTIONS.
Optional NAME is the name of the buffer.
OPTIONS should be an alist of the form ((SYMBOL WIDGET)...), where
SYMBOL is a customization option, and WIDGET is a widget for editing
that option.

\(fn OPTIONS &optional NAME DESCRIPTION)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote custom-buffer-create-other-window) "cus-edit" "\
Create a buffer containing OPTIONS, and display it in another window.
The result includes selecting that window.
Optional NAME is the name of the buffer.
OPTIONS should be an alist of the form ((SYMBOL WIDGET)...), where
SYMBOL is a customization option, and WIDGET is a widget for editing
that option.

\(fn OPTIONS &optional NAME DESCRIPTION)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote customize-browse) "cus-edit" "\
Create a tree browser for the customize hierarchy.

\(fn &optional GROUP)" t nil)

(defvar custom-file nil "\
File used for storing customization information.
The default is nil, which means to use your init file
as specified by `user-init-file'.  If the value is not nil,
it should be an absolute file name.

You can set this option through Custom, if you carefully read the
last paragraph below.  However, usually it is simpler to write
something like the following in your init file:

\(setq custom-file \"~/.emacs-custom.el\")
\(load custom-file)

Note that both lines are necessary: the first line tells Custom to
save all customizations in this file, but does not load it.

When you change this variable outside Custom, look in the
previous custom file (usually your init file) for the
forms `(custom-set-variables ...)'  and `(custom-set-faces ...)',
and copy them (whichever ones you find) to the new custom file.
This will preserve your existing customizations.

If you save this option using Custom, Custom will write all
currently saved customizations, including the new one for this
option itself, into the file you specify, overwriting any
`custom-set-variables' and `custom-set-faces' forms already
present in that file.  It will not delete any customizations from
the old custom file.  You should do that manually if that is what you
want.  You also have to put something like `(load \"CUSTOM-FILE\")
in your init file, where CUSTOM-FILE is the actual name of the
file.  Otherwise, Emacs will not load the file when it starts up,
and hence will not set `custom-file' to that file either.")

(custom-autoload (quote custom-file) "cus-edit" t)

(autoload (quote custom-save-all) "cus-edit" "\
Save all customizations in `custom-file'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote customize-save-customized) "cus-edit" "\
Save all user options which have been set in this session.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote custom-menu-create) "cus-edit" "\
Create menu for customization group SYMBOL.
The menu is in a format applicable to `easy-menu-define'.

\(fn SYMBOL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote customize-menu-create) "cus-edit" "\
Return a customize menu for customization group SYMBOL.
If optional NAME is given, use that as the name of the menu.
Otherwise the menu will be named `Customize'.
The format is suitable for use with `easy-menu-define'.

\(fn SYMBOL &optional NAME)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (custom-reset-faces custom-theme-reset-faces custom-set-faces
;;;;;;  custom-declare-face) "cus-face" "cus-face.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from cus-face.el

(autoload (quote custom-declare-face) "cus-face" "\
Like `defface', but FACE is evaluated as a normal argument.

\(fn FACE SPEC DOC &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(defconst custom-face-attributes (quote ((:family (string :tag "Font Family" :help-echo "Font family or fontset alias name.")) (:width (choice :tag "Width" :help-echo "Font width." :value normal (const :tag "compressed" condensed) (const :tag "condensed" condensed) (const :tag "demiexpanded" semi-expanded) (const :tag "expanded" expanded) (const :tag "extracondensed" extra-condensed) (const :tag "extraexpanded" extra-expanded) (const :tag "medium" normal) (const :tag "narrow" condensed) (const :tag "normal" normal) (const :tag "regular" normal) (const :tag "semicondensed" semi-condensed) (const :tag "semiexpanded" semi-expanded) (const :tag "ultracondensed" ultra-condensed) (const :tag "ultraexpanded" ultra-expanded) (const :tag "wide" extra-expanded))) (:height (choice :tag "Height" :help-echo "Face's font height." :value 1.0 (integer :tag "Height in 1/10 pt") (number :tag "Scale" 1.0))) (:weight (choice :tag "Weight" :help-echo "Font weight." :value normal (const :tag "black" ultra-bold) (const :tag "bold" bold) (const :tag "book" semi-light) (const :tag "demibold" semi-bold) (const :tag "extralight" extra-light) (const :tag "extrabold" extra-bold) (const :tag "heavy" extra-bold) (const :tag "light" light) (const :tag "medium" normal) (const :tag "normal" normal) (const :tag "regular" normal) (const :tag "semibold" semi-bold) (const :tag "semilight" semi-light) (const :tag "ultralight" ultra-light) (const :tag "ultrabold" ultra-bold))) (:slant (choice :tag "Slant" :help-echo "Font slant." :value normal (const :tag "italic" italic) (const :tag "oblique" oblique) (const :tag "normal" normal))) (:underline (choice :tag "Underline" :help-echo "Control text underlining." (const :tag "Off" nil) (const :tag "On" t) (color :tag "Colored"))) (:overline (choice :tag "Overline" :help-echo "Control text overlining." (const :tag "Off" nil) (const :tag "On" t) (color :tag "Colored"))) (:strike-through (choice :tag "Strike-through" :help-echo "Control text strike-through." (const :tag "Off" nil) (const :tag "On" t) (color :tag "Colored"))) (:box (choice :tag "Box around text" :help-echo "Control box around text." (const :tag "Off" nil) (list :tag "Box" :value (:line-width 2 :color "grey75" :style released-button) (const :format "" :value :line-width) (integer :tag "Width") (const :format "" :value :color) (choice :tag "Color" (const :tag "*" nil) color) (const :format "" :value :style) (choice :tag "Style" (const :tag "Raised" released-button) (const :tag "Sunken" pressed-button) (const :tag "None" nil)))) (lambda (real-value) (and real-value (let ((lwidth (or (and (consp real-value) (plist-get real-value :line-width)) (and (integerp real-value) real-value) 1)) (color (or (and (consp real-value) (plist-get real-value :color)) (and (stringp real-value) real-value) nil)) (style (and (consp real-value) (plist-get real-value :style)))) (list :line-width lwidth :color color :style style)))) (lambda (cus-value) (and cus-value (let ((lwidth (plist-get cus-value :line-width)) (color (plist-get cus-value :color)) (style (plist-get cus-value :style))) (cond ((and (null color) (null style)) lwidth) ((and (null lwidth) (null style)) color) (t (nconc (and lwidth (\` (:line-width (\, lwidth)))) (and color (\` (:color (\, color)))) (and style (\` (:style (\, style))))))))))) (:inverse-video (choice :tag "Inverse-video" :help-echo "Control whether text should be in inverse-video." (const :tag "Off" nil) (const :tag "On" t))) (:foreground (color :tag "Foreground" :help-echo "Set foreground color (name or #RRGGBB hex spec).")) (:background (color :tag "Background" :help-echo "Set background color (name or #RRGGBB hex spec).")) (:stipple (choice :tag "Stipple" :help-echo "Background bit-mask" (const :tag "None" nil) (file :tag "File" :help-echo "Name of bitmap file." :must-match t))) (:inherit (repeat :tag "Inherit" :help-echo "List of faces to inherit attributes from." (face :Tag "Face" default)) (lambda (real-value) (cond ((or (null real-value) (eq real-value (quote unspecified))) nil) ((symbolp real-value) (list real-value)) (t real-value))) (lambda (cus-value) (if (and (consp cus-value) (null (cdr cus-value))) (car cus-value) cus-value))))) "\
Alist of face attributes.

The elements are of the form (KEY TYPE PRE-FILTER POST-FILTER),
where KEY is the name of the attribute, TYPE is a widget type for
editing the attribute, PRE-FILTER is a function to make the attribute's
value suitable for the customization widget, and POST-FILTER is a
function to make the customized value suitable for storing.  PRE-FILTER
and POST-FILTER are optional.

The PRE-FILTER should take a single argument, the attribute value as
stored, and should return a value for customization (using the
customization type TYPE).

The POST-FILTER should also take a single argument, the value after
being customized, and should return a value suitable for setting the
given face attribute.")

(autoload (quote custom-set-faces) "cus-face" "\
Initialize faces according to user preferences.
This associates the settings with the `user' theme.
The arguments should be a list where each entry has the form:

  (FACE SPEC [NOW [COMMENT]])

SPEC is stored as the saved value for FACE, as well as the value for the
`user' theme.  The `user' theme is one of the default themes known to Emacs.
See `custom-known-themes' for more information on the known themes.
See `custom-theme-set-faces' for more information on the interplay
between themes and faces.
See `defface' for the format of SPEC.

If NOW is present and non-nil, FACE is created now, according to SPEC.
COMMENT is a string comment about FACE.

\(fn &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote custom-theme-reset-faces) "cus-face" "\
Reset the specs in THEME of some faces to their specs in other themes.
Each of the arguments ARGS has this form:

    (FACE IGNORED)

This means reset FACE.  The argument IGNORED is ignored.

\(fn THEME &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote custom-reset-faces) "cus-face" "\
Reset the specs of some faces to their specs in specified themes.
This creates settings in the `user' theme.

Each of the arguments ARGS has this form:

    (FACE FROM-THEME)

This means reset FACE to its value in FROM-THEME.

\(fn &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (customize-create-theme) "cus-theme" "cus-theme.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from cus-theme.el

(autoload (quote customize-create-theme) "cus-theme" "\
Create a custom theme.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (cvs-status-mode) "cvs-status" "cvs-status.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from cvs-status.el

(autoload (quote cvs-status-mode) "cvs-status" "\
Mode used for cvs status output.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (global-cwarn-mode turn-on-cwarn-mode cwarn-mode)
;;;;;;  "cwarn" "progmodes/cwarn.el" (17860 50532))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/cwarn.el

(autoload (quote cwarn-mode) "cwarn" "\
Minor mode that highlights suspicious C and C++ constructions.

Note, in addition to enabling this minor mode, the major mode must
be included in the variable `cwarn-configuration'.  By default C and
C++ modes are included.

With ARG, turn CWarn mode on if and only if arg is positive.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote turn-on-cwarn-mode) "cwarn" "\
Turn on CWarn mode.

This function is designed to be added to hooks, for example:
  (add-hook 'c-mode-hook 'turn-on-cwarn-mode)

\(fn)" nil nil)

(defvar global-cwarn-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Global-Cwarn mode is enabled.
See the command `global-cwarn-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `global-cwarn-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote global-cwarn-mode) "cwarn" nil)

(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 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)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (standard-display-cyrillic-translit cyrillic-encode-alternativnyj-char
;;;;;;  cyrillic-encode-koi8-r-char) "cyril-util" "language/cyril-util.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/cyril-util.el

(autoload (quote cyrillic-encode-koi8-r-char) "cyril-util" "\
Return KOI8-R external character code of CHAR if appropriate.

\(fn CHAR)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote cyrillic-encode-alternativnyj-char) "cyril-util" "\
Return ALTERNATIVNYJ external character code of CHAR if appropriate.

\(fn CHAR)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote standard-display-cyrillic-translit) "cyril-util" "\
Display a cyrillic buffer using a transliteration.
For readability, the table is slightly
different from the one used for the input method `cyrillic-translit'.

The argument is a string which specifies which language you are using;
that affects the choice of transliterations slightly.
Possible values are listed in `cyrillic-language-alist'.
If the argument is t, we use the default cyrillic transliteration.
If the argument is nil, we return the display table to its standard state.

\(fn &optional CYRILLIC-LANGUAGE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dabbrev-expand dabbrev-completion) "dabbrev" "dabbrev.el"
;;;;;;  (18006 55794))
;;; Generated autoloads from dabbrev.el
 (define-key esc-map "/" 'dabbrev-expand)
 (define-key esc-map [?\C-/] 'dabbrev-completion)

(autoload (quote dabbrev-completion) "dabbrev" "\
Completion on current word.
Like \\[dabbrev-expand] but finds all expansions in the current buffer
and presents suggestions for completion.

With a prefix argument, it searches all buffers accepted by the
function pointed out by `dabbrev-friend-buffer-function' to find the
completions.

If the prefix argument is 16 (which comes from C-u C-u),
then it searches *all* buffers.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dabbrev-expand) "dabbrev" "\
Expand previous word \"dynamically\".

Expands to the most recent, preceding word for which this is a prefix.
If no suitable preceding word is found, words following point are
considered.  If still no suitable word is found, then look in the
buffers accepted by the function pointed out by variable
`dabbrev-friend-buffer-function'.

A positive prefix argument, N, says to take the Nth backward *distinct*
possibility.  A negative argument says search forward.

If the cursor has not moved from the end of the previous expansion and
no argument is given, replace the previously-made expansion
with the next possible expansion not yet tried.

The variable `dabbrev-backward-only' may be used to limit the
direction of search to backward if set non-nil.

See also `dabbrev-abbrev-char-regexp' and \\[dabbrev-completion].

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dcl-mode) "dcl-mode" "progmodes/dcl-mode.el" (17949
;;;;;;  41468))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/dcl-mode.el

(autoload (quote dcl-mode) "dcl-mode" "\
Major mode for editing DCL-files.

This mode indents command lines in blocks.  (A block is commands between
THEN-ELSE-ENDIF and between lines matching dcl-block-begin-regexp and
dcl-block-end-regexp.)

Labels are indented to a fixed position unless they begin or end a block.
Whole-line comments (matching dcl-comment-line-regexp) are not indented.
Data lines are not indented.

Key bindings:

\\{dcl-mode-map}
Commands not usually bound to keys:

\\[dcl-save-nondefault-options]		Save changed options
\\[dcl-save-all-options]		Save all options
\\[dcl-save-option]			Save any option
\\[dcl-save-mode]			Save buffer mode

Variables controlling indentation style and extra features:

 dcl-basic-offset
    Extra indentation within blocks.

 dcl-continuation-offset
    Extra indentation for continued lines.

 dcl-margin-offset
    Indentation for the first command line in a file or SUBROUTINE.

 dcl-margin-label-offset
    Indentation for a label.

 dcl-comment-line-regexp
    Lines matching this regexp will not be indented.

 dcl-block-begin-regexp
 dcl-block-end-regexp
    Regexps that match command lines that begin and end, respectively,
    a block of commmand lines that will be given extra indentation.
    Command lines between THEN-ELSE-ENDIF are always indented; these variables
    make it possible to define other places to indent.
    Set to nil to disable this feature.

 dcl-calc-command-indent-function
    Can be set to a function that customizes indentation for command lines.
    Two such functions are included in the package:
	dcl-calc-command-indent-multiple
	dcl-calc-command-indent-hang

 dcl-calc-cont-indent-function
    Can be set to a function that customizes indentation for continued lines.
    One such function is included in the package:
	dcl-calc-cont-indent-relative    (set by default)

 dcl-tab-always-indent
    If t, pressing TAB always indents the current line.
    If nil, pressing TAB indents the current line if point is at the left
    margin.

 dcl-electric-characters
    Non-nil causes lines to be indented at once when a label, ELSE or ENDIF is
    typed.

 dcl-electric-reindent-regexps
    Use this variable and function dcl-electric-character to customize
    which words trigger electric indentation.

 dcl-tempo-comma
 dcl-tempo-left-paren
 dcl-tempo-right-paren
    These variables control the look of expanded templates.

 dcl-imenu-generic-expression
    Default value for imenu-generic-expression.  The default includes
    SUBROUTINE labels in the main listing and sub-listings for
    other labels, CALL, GOTO and GOSUB statements.

 dcl-imenu-label-labels
 dcl-imenu-label-goto
 dcl-imenu-label-gosub
 dcl-imenu-label-call
    Change the text that is used as sub-listing labels in imenu.

Loading this package calls the value of the variable
`dcl-mode-load-hook' with no args, if that value is non-nil.
Turning on DCL mode calls the value of the variable `dcl-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil.


The following example uses the default values for all variables:

$! This is a comment line that is not indented (it matches
$! dcl-comment-line-regexp)
$! Next follows the first command line.  It is indented dcl-margin-offset.
$       i = 1
$       ! Other comments are indented like command lines.
$       ! A margin label indented dcl-margin-label-offset:
$ label:
$       if i.eq.1
$       then
$           ! Lines between THEN-ELSE and ELSE-ENDIF are
$           ! indented dcl-basic-offset
$           loop1: ! This matches dcl-block-begin-regexp...
$               ! ...so this line is indented dcl-basic-offset
$               text = \"This \" + - ! is a continued line
                       \"lined up with the command line\"
$               type sys$input
Data lines are not indented at all.
$           endloop1: ! This matches dcl-block-end-regexp
$       endif
$


There is some minimal font-lock support (see vars
`dcl-font-lock-defaults' and `dcl-font-lock-keywords').

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (cancel-debug-on-entry debug-on-entry debug) "debug"
;;;;;;  "emacs-lisp/debug.el" (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/debug.el

(setq debugger (quote debug))

(autoload (quote debug) "debug" "\
Enter debugger.  To return, type \\<debugger-mode-map>`\\[debugger-continue]'.
Arguments are mainly for use when this is called from the internals
of the evaluator.

You may call with no args, or you may pass nil as the first arg and
any other args you like.  In that case, the list of args after the
first will be printed into the backtrace buffer.

\(fn &rest DEBUGGER-ARGS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote debug-on-entry) "debug" "\
Request FUNCTION to invoke debugger each time it is called.

When called interactively, prompt for FUNCTION in the minibuffer.

This works by modifying the definition of FUNCTION.  If you tell the
debugger to continue, FUNCTION's execution proceeds.  If FUNCTION is a
normal function or a macro written in Lisp, you can also step through
its execution.  FUNCTION can also be a primitive that is not a special
form, in which case stepping is not possible.  Break-on-entry for
primitive functions only works when that function is called from Lisp.

Use \\[cancel-debug-on-entry] to cancel the effect of this command.
Redefining FUNCTION also cancels it.

\(fn FUNCTION)" t nil)

(autoload (quote cancel-debug-on-entry) "debug" "\
Undo effect of \\[debug-on-entry] on FUNCTION.
If FUNCTION is nil, cancel debug-on-entry for all functions.
When called interactively, prompt for FUNCTION in the minibuffer.
To specify a nil argument interactively, exit with an empty minibuffer.

\(fn &optional FUNCTION)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (decipher-mode decipher) "decipher" "play/decipher.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 55395))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/decipher.el

(autoload (quote decipher) "decipher" "\
Format a buffer of ciphertext for cryptanalysis and enter Decipher mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote decipher-mode) "decipher" "\
Major mode for decrypting monoalphabetic substitution ciphers.
Lower-case letters enter plaintext.
Upper-case letters are commands.

The buffer is made read-only so that normal Emacs commands cannot
modify it.

The most useful commands are:
\\<decipher-mode-map>
\\[decipher-digram-list]  Display a list of all digrams & their frequency
\\[decipher-frequency-count]  Display the frequency of each ciphertext letter
\\[decipher-adjacency-list]  Show adjacency list for current letter (lists letters appearing next to it)
\\[decipher-make-checkpoint]  Save the current cipher alphabet (checkpoint)
\\[decipher-restore-checkpoint]  Restore a saved cipher alphabet (checkpoint)

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (delimit-columns-rectangle delimit-columns-region
;;;;;;  delimit-columns-customize) "delim-col" "delim-col.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from delim-col.el

(autoload (quote delimit-columns-customize) "delim-col" "\
Customization of `columns' group.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote delimit-columns-region) "delim-col" "\
Prettify all columns in a text region.

START and END delimits the text region.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote delimit-columns-rectangle) "delim-col" "\
Prettify all columns in a text rectangle.

START and END delimits the corners of text rectangle.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (delphi-mode) "delphi" "progmodes/delphi.el" (17842
;;;;;;  56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/delphi.el

(autoload (quote delphi-mode) "delphi" "\
Major mode for editing Delphi code. \\<delphi-mode-map>
\\[delphi-tab]	- Indents the current line for Delphi code.
\\[delphi-find-unit]	- Search for a Delphi source file.
\\[delphi-fill-comment]	- Fill the current comment.
\\[delphi-new-comment-line]	- If in a // comment, do a new comment line.

M-x indent-region also works for indenting a whole region.

Customization:

 `delphi-indent-level'                (default 3)
    Indentation of Delphi statements with respect to containing block.
 `delphi-compound-block-indent'       (default 0)
    Extra indentation for blocks in compound statements.
 `delphi-case-label-indent'           (default 0)
    Extra indentation for case statement labels.
 `delphi-tab-always-indents'          (default t)
    Non-nil means TAB in Delphi mode should always reindent the current line,
    regardless of where in the line point is when the TAB command is used.
 `delphi-newline-always-indents'      (default t)
    Non-nil means NEWLINE in Delphi mode should always reindent the current
    line, insert a blank line and move to the default indent column of the
    blank line.
 `delphi-search-path'                 (default .)
    Directories to search when finding external units.
 `delphi-verbose'                     (default nil)
    If true then delphi token processing progress is reported to the user.

Coloring:

 `delphi-comment-face'                (default font-lock-comment-face)
    Face used to color delphi comments.
 `delphi-string-face'                 (default font-lock-string-face)
    Face used to color delphi strings.
 `delphi-keyword-face'                (default font-lock-keyword-face)
    Face used to color delphi keywords.
 `delphi-other-face'                  (default nil)
    Face used to color everything else.

Turning on Delphi mode calls the value of the variable delphi-mode-hook with
no args, if that value is non-nil.

\(fn &optional SKIP-INITIAL-PARSING)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (delete-selection-mode) "delsel" "delsel.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from delsel.el

(defalias (quote pending-delete-mode) (quote delete-selection-mode))

(defvar delete-selection-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Delete-Selection mode is enabled.
See the command `delete-selection-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `delete-selection-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote delete-selection-mode) "delsel" nil)

(autoload (quote delete-selection-mode) "delsel" "\
Toggle Delete Selection mode.
With prefix ARG, turn Delete Selection mode on if and only if ARG is
positive.

When Delete Selection mode is enabled, Transient Mark mode is also
enabled and typed text replaces the selection if the selection is
active.  Otherwise, typed text is just inserted at point regardless of
any selection.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (derived-mode-init-mode-variables define-derived-mode)
;;;;;;  "derived" "emacs-lisp/derived.el" (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/derived.el

(autoload (quote define-derived-mode) "derived" "\
Create a new mode as a variant of an existing mode.

The arguments to this command are as follow:

CHILD:     the name of the command for the derived mode.
PARENT:    the name of the command for the parent mode (e.g. `text-mode')
           or nil if there is no parent.
NAME:      a string which will appear in the status line (e.g. \"Hypertext\")
DOCSTRING: an optional documentation string--if you do not supply one,
           the function will attempt to invent something useful.
BODY:      forms to execute just before running the
           hooks for the new mode.  Do not use `interactive' here.

BODY can start with a bunch of keyword arguments.  The following keyword
  arguments are currently understood:
:group GROUP
	Declare the customization group that corresponds to this mode.
	The command `customize-mode' uses this.
:syntax-table TABLE
	Use TABLE instead of the default.
	A nil value means to simply use the same syntax-table as the parent.
:abbrev-table TABLE
	Use TABLE instead of the default.
	A nil value means to simply use the same abbrev-table as the parent.

Here is how you could define LaTeX-Thesis mode as a variant of LaTeX mode:

  (define-derived-mode LaTeX-thesis-mode LaTeX-mode \"LaTeX-Thesis\")

You could then make new key bindings for `LaTeX-thesis-mode-map'
without changing regular LaTeX mode.  In this example, BODY is empty,
and DOCSTRING is generated by default.

On a more complicated level, the following command uses `sgml-mode' as
the parent, and then sets the variable `case-fold-search' to nil:

  (define-derived-mode article-mode sgml-mode \"Article\"
    \"Major mode for editing technical articles.\"
    (setq case-fold-search nil))

Note that if the documentation string had been left out, it would have
been generated automatically, with a reference to the keymap.

The new mode runs the hook constructed by the function
`derived-mode-hook-name'.

See Info node `(elisp)Derived Modes' for more details.

\(fn CHILD PARENT NAME &optional DOCSTRING &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote derived-mode-init-mode-variables) "derived" "\
Initialize variables for a new MODE.
Right now, if they don't already exist, set up a blank keymap, an
empty syntax table, and an empty abbrev table -- these will be merged
the first time the mode is used.

\(fn MODE)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (describe-char describe-text-properties) "descr-text"
;;;;;;  "descr-text.el" (17874 62047))
;;; Generated autoloads from descr-text.el

(autoload (quote describe-text-properties) "descr-text" "\
Describe widgets, buttons, overlays and text properties at POS.
Interactively, describe them for the character after point.
If optional second argument OUTPUT-BUFFER is non-nil,
insert the output into that buffer, and don't initialize or clear it
otherwise.

\(fn POS &optional OUTPUT-BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote describe-char) "descr-text" "\
Describe the character after POS (interactively, the character after point).
The information includes character code, charset and code points in it,
syntax, category, how the character is encoded in a file,
character composition information (if relevant),
as well as widgets, buttons, overlays, and text properties.

\(fn POS)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (desktop-revert desktop-save-in-desktop-dir desktop-change-dir
;;;;;;  desktop-load-default desktop-read desktop-remove desktop-save
;;;;;;  desktop-clear desktop-locals-to-save desktop-save-mode) "desktop"
;;;;;;  "desktop.el" (17949 41467))
;;; Generated autoloads from desktop.el

(defvar desktop-save-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Desktop-Save mode is enabled.
See the command `desktop-save-mode' for a description of this minor mode.")

(custom-autoload (quote desktop-save-mode) "desktop" nil)

(autoload (quote desktop-save-mode) "desktop" "\
Toggle desktop saving mode.
With numeric ARG, turn desktop saving on if ARG is positive, off
otherwise.  If desktop saving is turned on, the state of Emacs is
saved from one session to another.  See variable `desktop-save'
and function `desktop-read' for details.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(defvar desktop-locals-to-save (quote (desktop-locals-to-save truncate-lines case-fold-search case-replace fill-column overwrite-mode change-log-default-name line-number-mode column-number-mode size-indication-mode buffer-file-coding-system indent-tabs-mode tab-width indicate-buffer-boundaries indicate-empty-lines show-trailing-whitespace)) "\
List of local variables to save for each buffer.
The variables are saved only when they really are local.  Conventional minor
modes are restored automatically; they should not be listed here.")

(custom-autoload (quote desktop-locals-to-save) "desktop" t)

(defvar desktop-save-buffer nil "\
When non-nil, save buffer status in desktop file.
This variable becomes buffer local when set.

If the value is a function, it is called by `desktop-save' with argument
DESKTOP-DIRNAME to obtain auxiliary information to save in the desktop
file along with the state of the buffer for which it was called.

When file names are returned, they should be formatted using the call
\"(desktop-file-name FILE-NAME DESKTOP-DIRNAME)\".

Later, when `desktop-read' evaluates the desktop file, auxiliary information
is passed as the argument DESKTOP-BUFFER-MISC to functions in
`desktop-buffer-mode-handlers'.")

(defvar desktop-buffer-mode-handlers nil "\
Alist of major mode specific functions to restore a desktop buffer.
Functions listed are called by `desktop-create-buffer' when `desktop-read'
evaluates the desktop file.  List elements must have the form

   (MAJOR-MODE . RESTORE-BUFFER-FUNCTION).

Buffers with a major mode not specified here, are restored by the default
handler `desktop-restore-file-buffer'.

Handlers are called with argument list

   (DESKTOP-BUFFER-FILE-NAME DESKTOP-BUFFER-NAME DESKTOP-BUFFER-MISC)

Furthermore, they may use the following variables:

   desktop-file-version
   desktop-buffer-major-mode
   desktop-buffer-minor-modes
   desktop-buffer-point
   desktop-buffer-mark
   desktop-buffer-read-only
   desktop-buffer-locals

If a handler returns a buffer, then the saved mode settings
and variable values for that buffer are copied into it.

Modules that define a major mode that needs a special handler should contain
code like

   (defun foo-restore-desktop-buffer
   ...
   (add-to-list 'desktop-buffer-mode-handlers
                '(foo-mode . foo-restore-desktop-buffer))

Furthermore the major mode function must be autoloaded.")

(put (quote desktop-buffer-mode-handlers) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(defvar desktop-minor-mode-handlers nil "\
Alist of functions to restore non-standard minor modes.
Functions are called by `desktop-create-buffer' to restore minor modes.
List elements must have the form

   (MINOR-MODE . RESTORE-FUNCTION).

Minor modes not specified here, are restored by the standard minor mode
function.

Handlers are called with argument list

   (DESKTOP-BUFFER-LOCALS)

Furthermore, they may use the following variables:

   desktop-file-version
   desktop-buffer-file-name
   desktop-buffer-name
   desktop-buffer-major-mode
   desktop-buffer-minor-modes
   desktop-buffer-point
   desktop-buffer-mark
   desktop-buffer-read-only
   desktop-buffer-misc

When a handler is called, the buffer has been created and the major mode has
been set, but local variables listed in desktop-buffer-locals has not yet been
created and set.

Modules that define a minor mode that needs a special handler should contain
code like

   (defun foo-desktop-restore
   ...
   (add-to-list 'desktop-minor-mode-handlers
                '(foo-mode . foo-desktop-restore))

Furthermore the minor mode function must be autoloaded.

See also `desktop-minor-mode-table'.")

(put (quote desktop-minor-mode-handlers) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(autoload (quote desktop-clear) "desktop" "\
Empty the Desktop.
This kills all buffers except for internal ones and those with names matched by
a regular expression in the list `desktop-clear-preserve-buffers'.
Furthermore, it clears the variables listed in `desktop-globals-to-clear'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote desktop-save) "desktop" "\
Save the desktop in a desktop file.
Parameter DIRNAME specifies where to save the desktop file.
See also `desktop-base-file-name'.

\(fn DIRNAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote desktop-remove) "desktop" "\
Delete desktop file in `desktop-dirname'.
This function also sets `desktop-dirname' to nil.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote desktop-read) "desktop" "\
Read and process the desktop file in directory DIRNAME.
Look for a desktop file in DIRNAME, or if DIRNAME is omitted, look in
directories listed in `desktop-path'.  If a desktop file is found, it
is processed and `desktop-after-read-hook' is run.  If no desktop file
is found, clear the desktop and run `desktop-no-desktop-file-hook'.
This function is a no-op when Emacs is running in batch mode.
It returns t if a desktop file was loaded, nil otherwise.

\(fn &optional DIRNAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote desktop-load-default) "desktop" "\
Load the `default' start-up library manually.
Also inhibit further loading of it.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote desktop-change-dir) "desktop" "\
Change to desktop saved in DIRNAME.
Kill the desktop as specified by variables `desktop-save-mode' and
`desktop-save', then clear the desktop and load the desktop file in
directory DIRNAME.

\(fn DIRNAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote desktop-save-in-desktop-dir) "desktop" "\
Save the desktop in directory `desktop-dirname'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote desktop-revert) "desktop" "\
Revert to the last loaded desktop.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-article-outlook-deuglify-article gnus-outlook-deuglify-article
;;;;;;  gnus-article-outlook-repair-attribution gnus-article-outlook-unwrap-lines)
;;;;;;  "deuglify" "gnus/deuglify.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/deuglify.el

(autoload (quote gnus-article-outlook-unwrap-lines) "deuglify" "\
Unwrap lines that appear to be wrapped citation lines.
You can control what lines will be unwrapped by frobbing
`gnus-outlook-deuglify-unwrap-min' and `gnus-outlook-deuglify-unwrap-max',
indicating the minimum and maximum length of an unwrapped citation line.  If
NODISPLAY is non-nil, don't redisplay the article buffer.

\(fn &optional NODISPLAY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-article-outlook-repair-attribution) "deuglify" "\
Repair a broken attribution line.
If NODISPLAY is non-nil, don't redisplay the article buffer.

\(fn &optional NODISPLAY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-outlook-deuglify-article) "deuglify" "\
Full deuglify of broken Outlook (Express) articles.
Treat dumbquotes, unwrap lines, repair attribution and rearrange citation.  If
NODISPLAY is non-nil, don't redisplay the article buffer.

\(fn &optional NODISPLAY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-article-outlook-deuglify-article) "deuglify" "\
Deuglify broken Outlook (Express) articles and redisplay.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (devanagari-post-read-conversion devanagari-compose-region)
;;;;;;  "devan-util" "language/devan-util.el" (17842 58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/devan-util.el

(defconst devanagari-consonant "[\x51ad5-\x51af9\x51b38-\x51b3f]")

(autoload (quote devanagari-compose-region) "devan-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

(autoload (quote devanagari-post-read-conversion) "devan-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn LEN)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (diary-mode diary-mail-entries diary) "diary-lib"
;;;;;;  "calendar/diary-lib.el" (17958 11887))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/diary-lib.el

(autoload (quote diary) "diary-lib" "\
Generate the diary window for ARG days starting with the current date.
If no argument is provided, the number of days of diary entries is governed
by the variable `number-of-diary-entries'.  A value of ARG less than 1
does nothing.  This function is suitable for execution in a `.emacs' file.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote diary-mail-entries) "diary-lib" "\
Send a mail message showing diary entries for next NDAYS days.
If no prefix argument is given, NDAYS is set to `diary-mail-days'.
Mail is sent to the address specified by `diary-mail-addr'.

You can call `diary-mail-entries' every night using an at/cron job.
For example, this script will run the program at 2am daily.  Since
`emacs -batch' does not load your `.emacs' file, you must ensure that
all relevant variables are set, as done here.

#!/bin/sh
# diary-rem.sh -- repeatedly run the Emacs diary-reminder
emacs -batch \\
-eval \"(setq diary-mail-days 3 \\
             diary-file \\\"/path/to/diary.file\\\" \\
             european-calendar-style t \\
             diary-mail-addr \\\"user@host.name\\\" )\" \\
-l diary-lib -f diary-mail-entries
at -f diary-rem.sh 0200 tomorrow

You may have to tweak the syntax of the `at' command to suit your
system.  Alternatively, you can specify a cron entry:
0 1 * * * diary-rem.sh
to run it every morning at 1am.

\(fn &optional NDAYS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote diary-mode) "diary-lib" "\
Major mode for editing the diary file.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (diff-backup diff diff-command diff-switches) "diff"
;;;;;;  "diff.el" (17992 30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from diff.el

(defvar diff-switches "-c" "\
*A string or list of strings specifying switches to be passed to diff.")

(custom-autoload (quote diff-switches) "diff" t)

(defvar diff-command "diff" "\
*The command to use to run diff.")

(custom-autoload (quote diff-command) "diff" t)

(autoload (quote diff) "diff" "\
Find and display the differences between OLD and NEW files.
Interactively the current buffer's file name is the default for NEW
and a backup file for NEW is the default for OLD.
If NO-ASYNC is non-nil, call diff synchronously.
With prefix arg, prompt for diff switches.

\(fn OLD NEW &optional SWITCHES NO-ASYNC)" t nil)

(autoload (quote diff-backup) "diff" "\
Diff this file with its backup file or vice versa.
Uses the latest backup, if there are several numerical backups.
If this file is a backup, diff it with its original.
The backup file is the first file given to `diff'.
With prefix arg, prompt for diff switches.

\(fn FILE &optional SWITCHES)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (diff-minor-mode diff-mode) "diff-mode" "diff-mode.el"
;;;;;;  (17992 30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from diff-mode.el

(autoload (quote diff-mode) "diff-mode" "\
Major mode for viewing/editing context diffs.
Supports unified and context diffs as well as (to a lesser extent)
normal diffs.

When the buffer is read-only, the ESC prefix is not necessary.
If you edit the buffer manually, diff-mode will try to update the hunk
headers for you on-the-fly.

You can also switch between context diff and unified diff with \\[diff-context->unified],
or vice versa with \\[diff-unified->context] and you can also reverse the direction of
a diff with \\[diff-reverse-direction].

   \\{diff-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote diff-minor-mode) "diff-mode" "\
Minor mode for viewing/editing context diffs.
\\{diff-minor-mode-map}

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (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" "dired.el" (18015 32019))
;;; Generated autoloads from dired.el

(defvar dired-listing-switches "-al" "\
*Switches passed to `ls' for Dired.  MUST contain the `l' option.
May contain all other options that don't contradict `-l';
may contain even `F', `b', `i' and `s'.  See also the variable
`dired-ls-F-marks-symlinks' concerning the `F' switch.
On systems such as MS-DOS and MS-Windows, which use `ls' emulation in Lisp,
some of the `ls' switches are not supported; see the doc string of
`insert-directory' in `ls-lisp.el' for more details.")

(custom-autoload (quote dired-listing-switches) "dired" t)

(defvar dired-chown-program (if (memq system-type (quote (hpux dgux usg-unix-v irix linux gnu/linux cygwin))) "chown" (if (file-exists-p "/usr/sbin/chown") "/usr/sbin/chown" "/etc/chown")) "\
Name of chown command (usually `chown' or `/etc/chown').")

(defvar dired-ls-F-marks-symlinks nil "\
*Informs Dired about how `ls -lF' marks symbolic links.
Set this to t if `ls' (or whatever program is specified by
`insert-directory-program') with `-lF' marks the symbolic link
itself with a trailing @ (usually the case under Ultrix).

Example: if `ln -s foo bar; ls -F bar' gives `bar -> foo', set it to
nil (the default), if it gives `bar@ -> foo', set it to t.

Dired checks if there is really a @ appended.  Thus, if you have a
marking `ls' program on one host and a non-marking on another host, and
don't care about symbolic links which really end in a @, you can
always set this variable to t.")

(custom-autoload (quote dired-ls-F-marks-symlinks) "dired" t)

(defvar dired-trivial-filenames "^\\.\\.?$\\|^#" "\
*Regexp of files to skip when finding first file of a directory.
A value of nil means move to the subdir line.
A value of t means move to first file.")

(custom-autoload (quote dired-trivial-filenames) "dired" t)

(defvar dired-keep-marker-rename t "\
*Controls marking of renamed files.
If t, files keep their previous marks when they are renamed.
If a character, renamed files (whether previously marked or not)
are afterward marked with that character.")

(custom-autoload (quote dired-keep-marker-rename) "dired" t)

(defvar dired-keep-marker-copy 67 "\
*Controls marking of copied files.
If t, copied files are marked if and as the corresponding original files were.
If a character, copied files are unconditionally marked with that character.")

(custom-autoload (quote dired-keep-marker-copy) "dired" t)

(defvar dired-keep-marker-hardlink 72 "\
*Controls marking of newly made hard links.
If t, they are marked if and as the files linked to were marked.
If a character, new links are unconditionally marked with that character.")

(custom-autoload (quote dired-keep-marker-hardlink) "dired" t)

(defvar dired-keep-marker-symlink 89 "\
*Controls marking of newly made symbolic links.
If t, they are marked if and as the files linked to were marked.
If a character, new links are unconditionally marked with that character.")

(custom-autoload (quote dired-keep-marker-symlink) "dired" t)

(defvar dired-dwim-target nil "\
*If non-nil, Dired tries to guess a default target directory.
This means: if there is a dired buffer displayed in the next window,
use its current subdir, instead of the current subdir of this dired buffer.

The target is used in the prompt for file copy, rename etc.")

(custom-autoload (quote dired-dwim-target) "dired" t)

(defvar dired-copy-preserve-time t "\
*If non-nil, Dired preserves the last-modified time in a file copy.
\(This works on only some systems.)")

(custom-autoload (quote dired-copy-preserve-time) "dired" t)

(defvar dired-directory nil "\
The directory name or wildcard spec that this dired directory lists.
Local to each dired buffer.  May be a list, in which case the car is the
directory name and the cdr is the list of files to mention.
The directory name must be absolute, but need not be fully expanded.")
 (define-key ctl-x-map "d" 'dired)

(autoload (quote dired) "dired" "\
\"Edit\" directory DIRNAME--delete, rename, print, etc. some files in it.
Optional second argument SWITCHES specifies the `ls' options used.
\(Interactively, use a prefix argument to be able to specify SWITCHES.)
Dired displays a list of files in DIRNAME (which may also have
shell wildcards appended to select certain files).  If DIRNAME is a cons,
its first element is taken as the directory name and the rest as an explicit
list of files to make directory entries for.
\\<dired-mode-map>You can move around in it with the usual commands.
You can flag files for deletion with \\[dired-flag-file-deletion] and then
delete them by typing \\[dired-do-flagged-delete].
Type \\[describe-mode] after entering Dired for more info.

If DIRNAME is already in a dired buffer, that buffer is used without refresh.

\(fn DIRNAME &optional SWITCHES)" t nil)
 (define-key ctl-x-4-map "d" 'dired-other-window)

(autoload (quote dired-other-window) "dired" "\
\"Edit\" directory DIRNAME.  Like `dired' but selects in another window.

\(fn DIRNAME &optional SWITCHES)" t nil)
 (define-key ctl-x-5-map "d" 'dired-other-frame)

(autoload (quote dired-other-frame) "dired" "\
\"Edit\" directory DIRNAME.  Like `dired' but makes a new frame.

\(fn DIRNAME &optional SWITCHES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-noselect) "dired" "\
Like `dired' but returns the dired buffer as value, does not select it.

\(fn DIR-OR-LIST &optional SWITCHES)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote dired-mode) "dired" "\
Mode for \"editing\" directory listings.
In Dired, you are \"editing\" a list of the files in a directory and
  (optionally) its subdirectories, in the format of `ls -lR'.
  Each directory is a page: use \\[backward-page] and \\[forward-page] to move pagewise.
\"Editing\" means that you can run shell commands on files, visit,
  compress, load or byte-compile them, change their file attributes
  and insert subdirectories into the same buffer.  You can \"mark\"
  files for later commands or \"flag\" them for deletion, either file
  by file or all files matching certain criteria.
You can move using the usual cursor motion commands.\\<dired-mode-map>
Letters no longer insert themselves.  Digits are prefix arguments.
Instead, type \\[dired-flag-file-deletion] to flag a file for Deletion.
Type \\[dired-mark] to Mark a file or subdirectory for later commands.
  Most commands operate on the marked files and use the current file
  if no files are marked.  Use a numeric prefix argument to operate on
  the next ARG (or previous -ARG if ARG<0) files, or just `1'
  to operate on the current file only.  Prefix arguments override marks.
  Mark-using commands display a list of failures afterwards.  Type \\[dired-summary]
  to see why something went wrong.
Type \\[dired-unmark] to Unmark a file or all files of a subdirectory.
Type \\[dired-unmark-backward] to back up one line and unflag.
Type \\[dired-do-flagged-delete] to eXecute the deletions requested.
Type \\[dired-advertised-find-file] to Find the current line's file
  (or dired it in another buffer, if it is a directory).
Type \\[dired-find-file-other-window] to find file or dired directory in Other window.
Type \\[dired-maybe-insert-subdir] to Insert a subdirectory in this buffer.
Type \\[dired-do-rename] to Rename a file or move the marked files to another directory.
Type \\[dired-do-copy] to Copy files.
Type \\[dired-sort-toggle-or-edit] to toggle Sorting by name/date or change the `ls' switches.
Type \\[revert-buffer] to read all currently expanded directories aGain.
  This retains all marks and hides subdirs again that were hidden before.
SPC and DEL can be used to move down and up by lines.

If Dired ever gets confused, you can either type \\[revert-buffer] to read the
directories again, type \\[dired-do-redisplay] to relist a single or the marked files or a
subdirectory, or type \\[dired-build-subdir-alist] to parse the buffer
again for the directory tree.

Customization variables (rename this buffer and type \\[describe-variable] on each line
for more info):

  `dired-listing-switches'
  `dired-trivial-filenames'
  `dired-shrink-to-fit'
  `dired-marker-char'
  `dired-del-marker'
  `dired-keep-marker-rename'
  `dired-keep-marker-copy'
  `dired-keep-marker-hardlink'
  `dired-keep-marker-symlink'

Hooks (use \\[describe-variable] to see their documentation):

  `dired-before-readin-hook'
  `dired-after-readin-hook'
  `dired-mode-hook'
  `dired-load-hook'

Keybindings:
\\{dired-mode-map}

\(fn &optional DIRNAME SWITCHES)" nil nil)
 (put 'dired-find-alternate-file 'disabled t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dired-show-file-type dired-do-query-replace-regexp
;;;;;;  dired-do-search dired-hide-all dired-hide-subdir dired-tree-down
;;;;;;  dired-tree-up dired-kill-subdir dired-mark-subdir-files dired-goto-subdir
;;;;;;  dired-prev-subdir dired-insert-subdir dired-maybe-insert-subdir
;;;;;;  dired-downcase dired-upcase dired-do-symlink-regexp dired-do-hardlink-regexp
;;;;;;  dired-do-copy-regexp dired-do-rename-regexp dired-do-rename
;;;;;;  dired-do-hardlink dired-do-symlink dired-do-copy dired-create-directory
;;;;;;  dired-rename-file dired-copy-file dired-relist-file dired-remove-file
;;;;;;  dired-add-file dired-do-redisplay dired-do-load dired-do-byte-compile
;;;;;;  dired-do-compress dired-query dired-compress-file dired-do-kill-lines
;;;;;;  dired-run-shell-command dired-do-shell-command dired-clean-directory
;;;;;;  dired-do-print dired-do-touch dired-do-chown dired-do-chgrp
;;;;;;  dired-do-chmod dired-compare-directories dired-backup-diff
;;;;;;  dired-diff) "dired-aux" "dired-aux.el" (17859 20444))
;;; Generated autoloads from dired-aux.el

(autoload (quote dired-diff) "dired-aux" "\
Compare file at point with file FILE using `diff'.
FILE defaults to the file at the mark.  (That's the mark set by
\\[set-mark-command], not by Dired's \\[dired-mark] command.)
The prompted-for file is the first file given to `diff'.
With prefix arg, prompt for second argument SWITCHES,
which is options for `diff'.

\(fn FILE &optional SWITCHES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-backup-diff) "dired-aux" "\
Diff this file with its backup file or vice versa.
Uses the latest backup, if there are several numerical backups.
If this file is a backup, diff it with its original.
The backup file is the first file given to `diff'.
With prefix arg, prompt for argument SWITCHES which is options for `diff'.

\(fn &optional SWITCHES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-compare-directories) "dired-aux" "\
Mark files with different file attributes in two dired buffers.
Compare file attributes of files in the current directory
with file attributes in directory DIR2 using PREDICATE on pairs of files
with the same name.  Mark files for which PREDICATE returns non-nil.
Mark files with different names if PREDICATE is nil (or interactively
with empty input at the predicate prompt).

PREDICATE is a Lisp expression that can refer to the following variables:

    size1, size2   - file size in bytes
    mtime1, mtime2 - last modification time in seconds, as a float
    fa1, fa2       - list of file attributes
                     returned by function `file-attributes'

    where 1 refers to attribute of file in the current dired buffer
    and 2 to attribute of file in second dired buffer.

Examples of PREDICATE:

    (> mtime1 mtime2) - mark newer files
    (not (= size1 size2)) - mark files with different sizes
    (not (string= (nth 8 fa1) (nth 8 fa2))) - mark files with different modes
    (not (and (= (nth 2 fa1) (nth 2 fa2))   - mark files with different UID
              (= (nth 3 fa1) (nth 3 fa2))))   and GID.

\(fn DIR2 PREDICATE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-chmod) "dired-aux" "\
Change the mode of the marked (or next ARG) files.
This calls chmod, thus symbolic modes like `g+w' are allowed.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-chgrp) "dired-aux" "\
Change the group of the marked (or next ARG) files.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-chown) "dired-aux" "\
Change the owner of the marked (or next ARG) files.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-touch) "dired-aux" "\
Change the timestamp of the marked (or next ARG) files.
This calls touch.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-print) "dired-aux" "\
Print the marked (or next ARG) files.
Uses the shell command coming from variables `lpr-command' and
`lpr-switches' as default.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-clean-directory) "dired-aux" "\
Flag numerical backups for deletion.
Spares `dired-kept-versions' latest versions, and `kept-old-versions' oldest.
Positive prefix arg KEEP overrides `dired-kept-versions';
Negative prefix arg KEEP overrides `kept-old-versions' with KEEP made positive.

To clear the flags on these files, you can use \\[dired-flag-backup-files]
with a prefix argument.

\(fn KEEP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-shell-command) "dired-aux" "\
Run a shell command COMMAND on the marked files.
If no files are marked or a specific numeric prefix arg is given,
the next ARG files are used.  Just \\[universal-argument] means the current file.
The prompt mentions the file(s) or the marker, as appropriate.

If there is a `*' in COMMAND, surrounded by whitespace, this runs
COMMAND just once with the entire file list substituted there.

If there is no `*', but there is a `?' in COMMAND, surrounded by
whitespace, this runs COMMAND on each file individually with the
file name substituted for `?'.

Otherwise, this runs COMMAND on each file individually with the
file name added at the end of COMMAND (separated by a space).

`*' and `?' when not surrounded by whitespace have no special
significance for `dired-do-shell-command', and are passed through
normally to the shell, but you must confirm first.  To pass `*' by
itself to the shell as a wildcard, type `*\"\"'.

If COMMAND produces output, it goes to a separate buffer.

This feature does not try to redisplay Dired buffers afterward, as
there's no telling what files COMMAND may have changed.
Type \\[dired-do-redisplay] to redisplay the marked files.

When COMMAND runs, its working directory is the top-level directory of
the Dired buffer, so output files usually are created there instead of
in a subdir.

In a noninteractive call (from Lisp code), you must specify
the list of file names explicitly with the FILE-LIST argument, which
can be produced by `dired-get-marked-files', for example.

\(fn COMMAND &optional ARG FILE-LIST)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-run-shell-command) "dired-aux" "\
Not documented

\(fn COMMAND)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-kill-lines) "dired-aux" "\
Kill all marked lines (not the files).
With a prefix argument, kill that many lines starting with the current line.
\(A negative argument kills backward.)
If you use this command with a prefix argument to kill the line
for a file that is a directory, which you have inserted in the
Dired buffer as a subdirectory, then it deletes that subdirectory
from the buffer as well.
To kill an entire subdirectory (without killing its line in the
parent directory), go to its directory header line and use this
command with a prefix argument (the value does not matter).

\(fn &optional ARG FMT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-compress-file) "dired-aux" "\
Not documented

\(fn FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote dired-query) "dired-aux" "\
Not documented

\(fn QS-VAR QS-PROMPT &rest QS-ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-compress) "dired-aux" "\
Compress or uncompress marked (or next ARG) files.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-byte-compile) "dired-aux" "\
Byte compile marked (or next ARG) Emacs Lisp files.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-load) "dired-aux" "\
Load the marked (or next ARG) Emacs Lisp files.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-redisplay) "dired-aux" "\
Redisplay all marked (or next ARG) files.
If on a subdir line, redisplay that subdirectory.  In that case,
a prefix arg lets you edit the `ls' switches used for the new listing.

Dired remembers switches specified with a prefix arg, so that reverting
the buffer will not reset them.  However, using `dired-undo' to re-insert
or delete subdirectories can bypass this machinery.  Hence, you sometimes
may have to reset some subdirectory switches after a `dired-undo'.
You can reset all subdirectory switches to the default using
\\<dired-mode-map>\\[dired-reset-subdir-switches].
See Info node `(emacs)Subdir switches' for more details.

\(fn &optional ARG TEST-FOR-SUBDIR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-add-file) "dired-aux" "\
Not documented

\(fn FILENAME &optional MARKER-CHAR)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote dired-remove-file) "dired-aux" "\
Not documented

\(fn FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote dired-relist-file) "dired-aux" "\
Create or update the line for FILE in all Dired buffers it would belong in.

\(fn FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote dired-copy-file) "dired-aux" "\
Not documented

\(fn FROM TO OK-FLAG)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote dired-rename-file) "dired-aux" "\
Not documented

\(fn FILE NEWNAME OK-IF-ALREADY-EXISTS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote dired-create-directory) "dired-aux" "\
Create a directory called DIRECTORY.

\(fn DIRECTORY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-copy) "dired-aux" "\
Copy all marked (or next ARG) files, or copy the current file.
This normally preserves the last-modified date when copying.
When operating on just the current file, you specify the new name.
When operating on multiple or marked files, you specify a directory,
and new copies of these files are made in that directory
with the same names that the files currently have.  The default
suggested for the target directory depends on the value of
`dired-dwim-target', which see.

This command copies symbolic links by creating new ones,
like `cp -d'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-symlink) "dired-aux" "\
Make symbolic links to current file or all marked (or next ARG) files.
When operating on just the current file, you specify the new name.
When operating on multiple or marked files, you specify a directory
and new symbolic links are made in that directory
with the same names that the files currently have.  The default
suggested for the target directory depends on the value of
`dired-dwim-target', which see.

For relative symlinks, use \\[dired-do-relsymlink].

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-hardlink) "dired-aux" "\
Add names (hard links) current file or all marked (or next ARG) files.
When operating on just the current file, you specify the new name.
When operating on multiple or marked files, you specify a directory
and new hard links are made in that directory
with the same names that the files currently have.  The default
suggested for the target directory depends on the value of
`dired-dwim-target', which see.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-rename) "dired-aux" "\
Rename current file or all marked (or next ARG) files.
When renaming just the current file, you specify the new name.
When renaming multiple or marked files, you specify a directory.
This command also renames any buffers that are visiting the files.
The default suggested for the target directory depends on the value
of `dired-dwim-target', which see.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-rename-regexp) "dired-aux" "\
Rename selected files whose names match REGEXP to NEWNAME.

With non-zero prefix argument ARG, the command operates on the next ARG
files.  Otherwise, it operates on all the marked files, or the current
file if none are marked.

As each match is found, the user must type a character saying
  what to do with it.  For directions, type \\[help-command] at that time.
NEWNAME may contain \\=\\<n> or \\& as in `query-replace-regexp'.
REGEXP defaults to the last regexp used.

With a zero prefix arg, renaming by regexp affects the absolute file name.
Normally, only the non-directory part of the file name is used and changed.

\(fn REGEXP NEWNAME &optional ARG WHOLE-NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-copy-regexp) "dired-aux" "\
Copy selected files whose names match REGEXP to NEWNAME.
See function `dired-do-rename-regexp' for more info.

\(fn REGEXP NEWNAME &optional ARG WHOLE-NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-hardlink-regexp) "dired-aux" "\
Hardlink selected files whose names match REGEXP to NEWNAME.
See function `dired-do-rename-regexp' for more info.

\(fn REGEXP NEWNAME &optional ARG WHOLE-NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-symlink-regexp) "dired-aux" "\
Symlink selected files whose names match REGEXP to NEWNAME.
See function `dired-do-rename-regexp' for more info.

\(fn REGEXP NEWNAME &optional ARG WHOLE-NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-upcase) "dired-aux" "\
Rename all marked (or next ARG) files to upper case.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-downcase) "dired-aux" "\
Rename all marked (or next ARG) files to lower case.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-maybe-insert-subdir) "dired-aux" "\
Insert this subdirectory into the same dired buffer.
If it is already present, just move to it (type \\[dired-do-redisplay] to refresh),
  else inserts it at its natural place (as `ls -lR' would have done).
With a prefix arg, you may edit the ls switches used for this listing.
  You can add `R' to the switches to expand the whole tree starting at
  this subdirectory.
This function takes some pains to conform to `ls -lR' output.

Dired remembers switches specified with a prefix arg, so that reverting
the buffer will not reset them.  However, using `dired-undo' to re-insert
or delete subdirectories can bypass this machinery.  Hence, you sometimes
may have to reset some subdirectory switches after a `dired-undo'.
You can reset all subdirectory switches to the default using
\\<dired-mode-map>\\[dired-reset-subdir-switches].
See Info node `(emacs)Subdir switches' for more details.

\(fn DIRNAME &optional SWITCHES NO-ERROR-IF-NOT-DIR-P)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-insert-subdir) "dired-aux" "\
Insert this subdirectory into the same dired buffer.
If it is already present, overwrites previous entry,
  else inserts it at its natural place (as `ls -lR' would have done).
With a prefix arg, you may edit the `ls' switches used for this listing.
  You can add `R' to the switches to expand the whole tree starting at
  this subdirectory.
This function takes some pains to conform to `ls -lR' output.

\(fn DIRNAME &optional SWITCHES NO-ERROR-IF-NOT-DIR-P)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-prev-subdir) "dired-aux" "\
Go to previous subdirectory, regardless of level.
When called interactively and not on a subdir line, go to this subdir's line.

\(fn ARG &optional NO-ERROR-IF-NOT-FOUND NO-SKIP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-goto-subdir) "dired-aux" "\
Go to end of header line of DIR in this dired buffer.
Return value of point on success, otherwise return nil.
The next char is either \\n, or \\r if DIR is hidden.

\(fn DIR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-mark-subdir-files) "dired-aux" "\
Mark all files except `.' and `..' in current subdirectory.
If the Dired buffer shows multiple directories, this command
marks the files listed in the subdirectory that point is in.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-kill-subdir) "dired-aux" "\
Remove all lines of current subdirectory.
Lower levels are unaffected.

\(fn &optional REMEMBER-MARKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-tree-up) "dired-aux" "\
Go up ARG levels in the dired tree.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-tree-down) "dired-aux" "\
Go down in the dired tree.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-hide-subdir) "dired-aux" "\
Hide or unhide the current subdirectory and move to next directory.
Optional prefix arg is a repeat factor.
Use \\[dired-hide-all] to (un)hide all directories.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-hide-all) "dired-aux" "\
Hide all subdirectories, leaving only their header lines.
If there is already something hidden, make everything visible again.
Use \\[dired-hide-subdir] to (un)hide a particular subdirectory.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-search) "dired-aux" "\
Search through all marked files for a match for REGEXP.
Stops when a match is found.
To continue searching for next match, use command \\[tags-loop-continue].

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-query-replace-regexp) "dired-aux" "\
Do `query-replace-regexp' of FROM with TO, on all marked files.
Third arg DELIMITED (prefix arg) means replace only word-delimited matches.
If you exit (\\[keyboard-quit], RET or q), you can resume the query replace
with the command \\[tags-loop-continue].

\(fn FROM TO &optional DELIMITED)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-show-file-type) "dired-aux" "\
Print the type of FILE, according to the `file' command.
If FILE is a symbolic link and the optional argument DEREF-SYMLINKS is
true then the type of the file linked to by FILE is printed instead.

\(fn FILE &optional DEREF-SYMLINKS)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dired-do-relsymlink dired-jump) "dired-x" "dired-x.el"
;;;;;;  (17992 30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from dired-x.el

(autoload (quote dired-jump) "dired-x" "\
Jump to dired buffer corresponding to current buffer.
If in a file, dired the current directory and move to file's line.
If in Dired already, pop up a level and goto old directory's line.
In case the proper dired file line cannot be found, refresh the dired
buffer and try again.

\(fn &optional OTHER-WINDOW)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-do-relsymlink) "dired-x" "\
Relative symlink all marked (or next ARG) files into a directory.
Otherwise make a relative symbolic link to the current file.
This creates relative symbolic links like

    foo -> ../bar/foo

not absolute ones like

    foo -> /ugly/file/name/that/may/change/any/day/bar/foo

For absolute symlinks, use \\[dired-do-symlink].

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dirtrack) "dirtrack" "dirtrack.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from dirtrack.el

(autoload (quote dirtrack) "dirtrack" "\
Determine the current directory by scanning the process output for a prompt.
The prompt to look for is the first item in `dirtrack-list'.

You can toggle directory tracking by using the function `dirtrack-toggle'.

If directory tracking does not seem to be working, you can use the
function `dirtrack-debug-toggle' to turn on debugging output.

You can enable directory tracking by adding this function to
`comint-output-filter-functions'.

\(fn INPUT)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (disassemble) "disass" "emacs-lisp/disass.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/disass.el

(autoload (quote disassemble) "disass" "\
Print disassembled code for OBJECT in (optional) BUFFER.
OBJECT can be a symbol defined as a function, or a function itself
\(a lambda expression or a compiled-function object).
If OBJECT is not already compiled, we compile it, but do not
redefine OBJECT if it is a symbol.

\(fn OBJECT &optional BUFFER INDENT INTERACTIVE-P)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (standard-display-european glyph-face glyph-char
;;;;;;  make-glyph-code create-glyph standard-display-underline standard-display-graphic
;;;;;;  standard-display-g1 standard-display-ascii standard-display-default
;;;;;;  standard-display-8bit describe-current-display-table describe-display-table
;;;;;;  set-display-table-slot display-table-slot make-display-table)
;;;;;;  "disp-table" "disp-table.el" (17874 62056))
;;; Generated autoloads from disp-table.el

(autoload (quote make-display-table) "disp-table" "\
Return a new, empty display table.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote display-table-slot) "disp-table" "\
Return the value of the extra slot in DISPLAY-TABLE named SLOT.
SLOT may be a number from 0 to 5 inclusive, or a slot name (symbol).
Valid symbols are `truncation', `wrap', `escape', `control',
`selective-display', and `vertical-border'.

\(fn DISPLAY-TABLE SLOT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote set-display-table-slot) "disp-table" "\
Set the value of the extra slot in DISPLAY-TABLE named SLOT to VALUE.
SLOT may be a number from 0 to 5 inclusive, or a name (symbol).
Valid symbols are `truncation', `wrap', `escape', `control',
`selective-display', and `vertical-border'.

\(fn DISPLAY-TABLE SLOT VALUE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote describe-display-table) "disp-table" "\
Describe the display table DT in a help buffer.

\(fn DT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote describe-current-display-table) "disp-table" "\
Describe the display table in use in the selected window and buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote standard-display-8bit) "disp-table" "\
Display characters in the range L to H literally.

\(fn L H)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote standard-display-default) "disp-table" "\
Display characters in the range L to H using the default notation.

\(fn L H)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote standard-display-ascii) "disp-table" "\
Display character C using printable string S.

\(fn C S)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote standard-display-g1) "disp-table" "\
Display character C as character SC in the g1 character set.
This function assumes that your terminal uses the SO/SI characters;
it is meaningless for an X frame.

\(fn C SC)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote standard-display-graphic) "disp-table" "\
Display character C as character GC in graphics character set.
This function assumes VT100-compatible escapes; it is meaningless for an
X frame.

\(fn C GC)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote standard-display-underline) "disp-table" "\
Display character C as character UC plus underlining.

\(fn C UC)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote create-glyph) "disp-table" "\
Allocate a glyph code to display by sending STRING to the terminal.

\(fn STRING)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote make-glyph-code) "disp-table" "\
Return a glyph code representing char CHAR with face FACE.

\(fn CHAR &optional FACE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote glyph-char) "disp-table" "\
Return the character of glyph code GLYPH.

\(fn GLYPH)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote glyph-face) "disp-table" "\
Return the face of glyph code GLYPH, or nil if glyph has default face.

\(fn GLYPH)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote standard-display-european) "disp-table" "\
Semi-obsolete way to toggle display of ISO 8859 European characters.

This function is semi-obsolete; if you want to do your editing with
unibyte characters, it is better to `set-language-environment' coupled
with either the `--unibyte' option or the EMACS_UNIBYTE environment
variable, or else customize `enable-multibyte-characters'.

With prefix argument, this command enables European character display
if arg is positive, disables it otherwise.  Otherwise, it toggles
European character display.

When this mode is enabled, characters in the range of 160 to 255
display not as octal escapes, but as accented characters.  Codes 146
and 160 display as apostrophe and space, even though they are not the
ASCII codes for apostrophe and space.

Enabling European character display with this command noninteractively
from Lisp code also selects Latin-1 as the language environment, and
selects unibyte mode for all Emacs buffers (both existing buffers and
those created subsequently).  This provides increased compatibility
for users who call this function in `.emacs'.

\(fn ARG)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dissociated-press) "dissociate" "play/dissociate.el"
;;;;;;  (17941 38806))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/dissociate.el

(autoload (quote dissociated-press) "dissociate" "\
Dissociate the text of the current buffer.
Output goes in buffer named *Dissociation*,
which is redisplayed each time text is added to it.
Every so often the user must say whether to continue.
If ARG is positive, require ARG chars of continuity.
If ARG is negative, require -ARG words of continuity.
Default is 2.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dnd-protocol-alist) "dnd" "dnd.el" (17949 41467))
;;; Generated autoloads from dnd.el

(defvar dnd-protocol-alist (quote (("^file:///" . dnd-open-local-file) ("^file://" . dnd-open-file) ("^file:" . dnd-open-local-file) ("^\\(https?\\|ftp\\|file\\|nfs\\)://" . dnd-open-file))) "\
The functions to call for different protocols when a drop is made.
This variable is used by `dnd-handle-one-url' and `dnd-handle-file-name'.
The list contains of (REGEXP . FUNCTION) pairs.
The functions shall take two arguments, URL, which is the URL dropped and
ACTION which is the action to be performed for the drop (move, copy, link,
private or ask).
If no match is found here, and the value of `browse-url-browser-function'
is a pair of (REGEXP . FUNCTION), those regexps are tried for a match.
If no match is found, the URL is inserted as text by calling `dnd-insert-text'.
The function shall return the action done (move, copy, link or private)
if some action was made, or nil if the URL is ignored.")

(custom-autoload (quote dnd-protocol-alist) "dnd" t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dns-mode-soa-increment-serial dns-mode) "dns-mode"
;;;;;;  "textmodes/dns-mode.el" (17842 58277))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/dns-mode.el

(autoload (quote dns-mode) "dns-mode" "\
Major mode for viewing and editing DNS master files.
This mode is inherited from text mode.  It add syntax
highlighting, and some commands for handling DNS master files.
Its keymap inherits from `text-mode' and it has the same
variables for customizing indentation.  It has its own abbrev
table and its own syntax table.

Turning on DNS mode runs `dns-mode-hook'.

\(fn)" t nil)
 (defalias 'zone-mode 'dns-mode)

(autoload (quote dns-mode-soa-increment-serial) "dns-mode" "\
Locate SOA record and increment the serial field.

\(fn)" t nil)
(add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.soa\\'" . dns-mode))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (doctor) "doctor" "play/doctor.el" (17941 38806))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/doctor.el

(autoload (quote doctor) "doctor" "\
Switch to *doctor* buffer and start giving psychotherapy.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (double-mode double-mode) "double" "double.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from double.el

(defvar double-mode nil "\
Toggle Double mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
use either \\[customize] or the function `double-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote double-mode) "double" nil)

(autoload (quote double-mode) "double" "\
Toggle Double mode.
With prefix arg, turn Double mode on iff arg is positive.

When Double mode is on, some keys will insert different strings
when pressed twice.  See variable `double-map' for details.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dunnet) "dunnet" "play/dunnet.el" (17842 55395))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/dunnet.el

(autoload (quote dunnet) "dunnet" "\
Switch to *dungeon* buffer and start game.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-earcon-display) "earcon" "gnus/earcon.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/earcon.el

(autoload (quote gnus-earcon-display) "earcon" "\
Play sounds in message buffers.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (easy-mmode-defsyntax easy-mmode-defmap easy-mmode-define-keymap
;;;;;;  define-globalized-minor-mode define-minor-mode) "easy-mmode"
;;;;;;  "emacs-lisp/easy-mmode.el" (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/easy-mmode.el

(defalias (quote easy-mmode-define-minor-mode) (quote define-minor-mode))

(autoload (quote define-minor-mode) "easy-mmode" "\
Define a new minor mode MODE.
This function defines the associated control variable MODE, keymap MODE-map,
and toggle command MODE.

DOC is the documentation for the mode toggle command.
Optional INIT-VALUE is the initial value of the mode's variable.
Optional LIGHTER is displayed in the modeline when the mode is on.
Optional KEYMAP is the default (defvar) keymap bound to the mode keymap.
  If it is a list, it is passed to `easy-mmode-define-keymap'
  in order to build a valid keymap.  It's generally better to use
  a separate MODE-map variable than to use this argument.
The above three arguments can be skipped if keyword arguments are
used (see below).

BODY contains code to execute each time the mode is activated or deactivated.
  It is executed after toggling the mode,
  and before running the hook variable `mode-HOOK'.
  Before the actual body code, you can write keyword arguments (alternating
  keywords and values).  These following keyword arguments are supported (other
  keywords will be passed to `defcustom' if the minor mode is global):
:group GROUP	Custom group name to use in all generated `defcustom' forms.
		Defaults to MODE without the possible trailing \"-mode\".
		Don't use this default group name unless you have written a
		`defgroup' to define that group properly.
:global GLOBAL	If non-nil specifies that the minor mode is not meant to be
		buffer-local, so don't make the variable MODE buffer-local.
		By default, the mode is buffer-local.
:init-value VAL	Same as the INIT-VALUE argument.
:lighter SPEC	Same as the LIGHTER argument.
:keymap MAP	Same as the KEYMAP argument.
:require SYM	Same as in `defcustom'.

For example, you could write
  (define-minor-mode foo-mode \"If enabled, foo on you!\"
    :lighter \" Foo\" :require 'foo :global t :group 'hassle :version \"27.5\"
    ...BODY CODE...)

\(fn MODE DOC &optional INIT-VALUE LIGHTER KEYMAP &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro))

(defalias (quote easy-mmode-define-global-mode) (quote define-globalized-minor-mode))

(defalias (quote define-global-minor-mode) (quote define-globalized-minor-mode))

(autoload (quote define-globalized-minor-mode) "easy-mmode" "\
Make a global mode GLOBAL-MODE corresponding to buffer-local minor MODE.
TURN-ON is a function that will be called with no args in every buffer
  and that should try to turn MODE on if applicable for that buffer.
KEYS is a list of CL-style keyword arguments.  As the minor mode
  defined by this function is always global, any :global keyword is
  ignored.  Other keywords have the same meaning as in `define-minor-mode',
  which see.  In particular, :group specifies the custom group.
  The most useful keywords are those that are passed on to the
  `defcustom'.  It normally makes no sense to pass the :lighter
  or :keymap keywords to `define-globalized-minor-mode', since these
  are usually passed to the buffer-local version of the minor mode.

If MODE's set-up depends on the major mode in effect when it was
enabled, then disabling and reenabling MODE should make MODE work
correctly with the current major mode.  This is important to
prevent problems with derived modes, that is, major modes that
call another major mode in their body.

\(fn GLOBAL-MODE MODE TURN-ON &rest KEYS)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote easy-mmode-define-keymap) "easy-mmode" "\
Return a keymap built from bindings BS.
BS must be a list of (KEY . BINDING) where
KEY and BINDINGS are suitable for `define-key'.
Optional NAME is passed to `make-sparse-keymap'.
Optional map M can be used to modify an existing map.
ARGS is a list of additional keyword arguments.

\(fn BS &optional NAME M ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote easy-mmode-defmap) "easy-mmode" "\
Not documented

\(fn M BS DOC &rest ARGS)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote easy-mmode-defsyntax) "easy-mmode" "\
Define variable ST as a syntax-table.
CSS contains a list of syntax specifications of the form (CHAR . SYNTAX).

\(fn ST CSS DOC &rest ARGS)" nil (quote macro))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (easy-menu-change easy-menu-create-menu easy-menu-do-define
;;;;;;  easy-menu-define) "easymenu" "emacs-lisp/easymenu.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/easymenu.el

(put (quote easy-menu-define) (quote lisp-indent-function) (quote defun))

(autoload (quote easy-menu-define) "easymenu" "\
Define a menu bar submenu in maps MAPS, according to MENU.

If SYMBOL is non-nil, store the menu keymap in the value of SYMBOL,
and define SYMBOL as a function to pop up the menu, with DOC as its doc string.
If SYMBOL is nil, just store the menu keymap into MAPS.

The first element of MENU must be a string.  It is the menu bar item name.
It may be followed by the following keyword argument pairs

   :filter FUNCTION

FUNCTION is a function with one argument, the rest of menu items.
It returns the remaining items of the displayed menu.

   :visible INCLUDE

INCLUDE is an expression; this menu is only visible if this
expression has a non-nil value.  `:included' is an alias for `:visible'.

   :active ENABLE

ENABLE is an expression; the menu is enabled for selection
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

The rest of the elements in MENU, are menu items.

A menu item is usually a vector of three elements:  [NAME CALLBACK ENABLE]

NAME is a string--the menu item name.

CALLBACK is a command to run when the item is chosen,
or a list to evaluate when the item is chosen.

ENABLE is an expression; the item is enabled for selection
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

Alternatively, a menu item may have the form:

   [ NAME CALLBACK [ KEYWORD ARG ] ... ]

Where KEYWORD is one of the symbols defined below.

   :keys KEYS

KEYS is a string; a complex keyboard equivalent to this menu item.
This is normally not needed because keyboard equivalents are usually
computed automatically.
KEYS is expanded with `substitute-command-keys' before it is used.

   :key-sequence KEYS

KEYS is nil, a string or a vector; nil or a keyboard equivalent to this
menu item.
This is a hint that will considerably speed up Emacs' first display of
a menu.  Use `:key-sequence nil' when you know that this menu item has no
keyboard equivalent.

   :active ENABLE

ENABLE is an expression; the item is enabled for selection
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

   :visible INCLUDE

INCLUDE is an expression; this item is only visible if this
expression has a non-nil value.  `:included' is an alias for `:visible'.

   :suffix FORM

FORM is an expression that will be dynamically evaluated and whose
value will be concatenated to the menu entry's NAME.

   :style STYLE

STYLE is a symbol describing the type of menu item.  The following are
defined:

toggle: A checkbox.
        Prepend the name with `(*) ' or `( ) ' depending on if selected or not.
radio: A radio button.
       Prepend the name with `[X] ' or `[ ] ' depending on if selected or not.
button: Surround the name with `[' and `]'.  Use this for an item in the
        menu bar itself.
anything else means an ordinary menu item.

   :selected SELECTED

SELECTED is an expression; the checkbox or radio button is selected
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

   :help HELP

HELP is a string, the help to display for the menu item.

A menu item can be a string.  Then that string appears in the menu as
unselectable text.  A string consisting solely of hyphens is displayed
as a solid horizontal line.

A menu item can be a list with the same format as MENU.  This is a submenu.

\(fn SYMBOL MAPS DOC MENU)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote easy-menu-do-define) "easymenu" "\
Not documented

\(fn SYMBOL MAPS DOC MENU)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote easy-menu-create-menu) "easymenu" "\
Create a menu called MENU-NAME with items described in MENU-ITEMS.
MENU-NAME is a string, the name of the menu.  MENU-ITEMS is a list of items
possibly preceded by keyword pairs as described in `easy-menu-define'.

\(fn MENU-NAME MENU-ITEMS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote easy-menu-change) "easymenu" "\
Change menu found at PATH as item NAME to contain ITEMS.
PATH is a list of strings for locating the menu that
should contain a submenu named NAME.
ITEMS is a list of menu items, as in `easy-menu-define'.
These items entirely replace the previous items in that submenu.

If MAP is specified, it should normally be a keymap; nil stands for the local
menu-bar keymap.  It can also be a symbol, which has earlier been used as the
first argument in a call to `easy-menu-define', or the value of such a symbol.

If the menu located by PATH has no submenu named NAME, add one.
If the optional argument BEFORE is present, add it just before
the submenu named BEFORE, otherwise add it at the end of the menu.

To implement dynamic menus, either call this from
`menu-bar-update-hook' or use a menu filter.

\(fn PATH NAME ITEMS &optional BEFORE MAP)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ebnf-pop-style ebnf-push-style ebnf-reset-style
;;;;;;  ebnf-apply-style ebnf-merge-style ebnf-delete-style ebnf-insert-style
;;;;;;  ebnf-setup ebnf-syntax-region ebnf-syntax-buffer ebnf-syntax-file
;;;;;;  ebnf-syntax-directory ebnf-eps-region ebnf-eps-buffer ebnf-eps-file
;;;;;;  ebnf-eps-directory ebnf-spool-region ebnf-spool-buffer ebnf-spool-file
;;;;;;  ebnf-spool-directory ebnf-print-region ebnf-print-buffer
;;;;;;  ebnf-print-file ebnf-print-directory ebnf-customize) "ebnf2ps"
;;;;;;  "progmodes/ebnf2ps.el" (17952 11093))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/ebnf2ps.el

(autoload (quote ebnf-customize) "ebnf2ps" "\
Customization for ebnf group.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-print-directory) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate and print a PostScript syntactic chart image of DIRECTORY.

If DIRECTORY is nil, it's used `default-directory'.

The files in DIRECTORY that matches `ebnf-file-suffix-regexp' (which see) are
processed.

See also `ebnf-print-buffer'.

\(fn &optional DIRECTORY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-print-file) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate and print a PostScript syntactic chart image of the file FILE.

If optional arg DO-NOT-KILL-BUFFER-WHEN-DONE is non-nil, the buffer isn't
killed after process termination.

See also `ebnf-print-buffer'.

\(fn FILE &optional DO-NOT-KILL-BUFFER-WHEN-DONE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-print-buffer) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate and print a PostScript syntactic chart image of the buffer.

When called with a numeric prefix argument (C-u), prompts the user for
the name of a file to save the PostScript image in, instead of sending
it to the printer.

More specifically, the FILENAME argument is treated as follows: if it
is nil, send the image to the printer.  If FILENAME is a string, save
the PostScript image in a file with that name.  If FILENAME is a
number, prompt the user for the name of the file to save in.

\(fn &optional FILENAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-print-region) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate and print a PostScript syntactic chart image of the region.
Like `ebnf-print-buffer', but prints just the current region.

\(fn FROM TO &optional FILENAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-spool-directory) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate and spool a PostScript syntactic chart image of DIRECTORY.

If DIRECTORY is nil, it's used `default-directory'.

The files in DIRECTORY that matches `ebnf-file-suffix-regexp' (which see) are
processed.

See also `ebnf-spool-buffer'.

\(fn &optional DIRECTORY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-spool-file) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate and spool a PostScript syntactic chart image of the file FILE.

If optional arg DO-NOT-KILL-BUFFER-WHEN-DONE is non-nil, the buffer isn't
killed after process termination.

See also `ebnf-spool-buffer'.

\(fn FILE &optional DO-NOT-KILL-BUFFER-WHEN-DONE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-spool-buffer) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate and spool a PostScript syntactic chart image of the buffer.
Like `ebnf-print-buffer' except that the PostScript image is saved in a
local buffer to be sent to the printer later.

Use the command `ebnf-despool' to send the spooled images to the printer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-spool-region) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate a PostScript syntactic chart image of the region and spool locally.
Like `ebnf-spool-buffer', but spools just the current region.

Use the command `ebnf-despool' to send the spooled images to the printer.

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-eps-directory) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate EPS files from EBNF files in DIRECTORY.

If DIRECTORY is nil, it's used `default-directory'.

The files in DIRECTORY that matches `ebnf-file-suffix-regexp' (which see) are
processed.

See also `ebnf-eps-buffer'.

\(fn &optional DIRECTORY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-eps-file) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate an EPS file from EBNF file FILE.

If optional arg DO-NOT-KILL-BUFFER-WHEN-DONE is non-nil, the buffer isn't
killed after EPS generation.

See also `ebnf-eps-buffer'.

\(fn FILE &optional DO-NOT-KILL-BUFFER-WHEN-DONE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-eps-buffer) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate a PostScript syntactic chart image of the buffer in an EPS file.

Generate an EPS file for each production in the buffer.
The EPS file name has the following form:

   <PREFIX><PRODUCTION>.eps

<PREFIX>     is given by variable `ebnf-eps-prefix'.
	     The default value is \"ebnf--\".

<PRODUCTION> is the production name.
	     Some characters in the production file name are replaced to
	     produce a valid file name.  For example, the production name
	     \"A/B + C\" is modified to produce \"A_B_+_C\", and the EPS
	     file name used in this case will be \"ebnf--A_B_+_C.eps\".

WARNING: This function does *NOT* ask any confirmation to override existing
         files.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-eps-region) "ebnf2ps" "\
Generate a PostScript syntactic chart image of the region in an EPS file.

Generate an EPS file for each production in the region.
The EPS file name has the following form:

   <PREFIX><PRODUCTION>.eps

<PREFIX>     is given by variable `ebnf-eps-prefix'.
	     The default value is \"ebnf--\".

<PRODUCTION> is the production name.
	     Some characters in the production file name are replaced to
	     produce a valid file name.  For example, the production name
	     \"A/B + C\" is modified to produce \"A_B_+_C\", and the EPS
	     file name used in this case will be \"ebnf--A_B_+_C.eps\".

WARNING: This function does *NOT* ask any confirmation to override existing
         files.

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

(defalias (quote ebnf-despool) (quote ps-despool))

(autoload (quote ebnf-syntax-directory) "ebnf2ps" "\
Do a syntactic analysis of the files in DIRECTORY.

If DIRECTORY is nil, use `default-directory'.

Only the files in DIRECTORY that match `ebnf-file-suffix-regexp' (which see)
are processed.

See also `ebnf-syntax-buffer'.

\(fn &optional DIRECTORY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-syntax-file) "ebnf2ps" "\
Do a syntactic analysis of the named FILE.

If optional arg DO-NOT-KILL-BUFFER-WHEN-DONE is non-nil, the buffer isn't
killed after syntax checking.

See also `ebnf-syntax-buffer'.

\(fn FILE &optional DO-NOT-KILL-BUFFER-WHEN-DONE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-syntax-buffer) "ebnf2ps" "\
Do a syntactic analysis of the current buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-syntax-region) "ebnf2ps" "\
Do a syntactic analysis of region.

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-setup) "ebnf2ps" "\
Return the current ebnf2ps setup.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-insert-style) "ebnf2ps" "\
Insert a new style NAME with inheritance INHERITS and values VALUES.

See `ebnf-style-database' documentation.

\(fn NAME INHERITS &rest VALUES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-delete-style) "ebnf2ps" "\
Delete style NAME.

See `ebnf-style-database' documentation.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-merge-style) "ebnf2ps" "\
Merge values of style NAME with style VALUES.

See `ebnf-style-database' documentation.

\(fn NAME &rest VALUES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-apply-style) "ebnf2ps" "\
Set STYLE as the current style.

Returns the old style symbol.

See `ebnf-style-database' documentation.

\(fn STYLE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-reset-style) "ebnf2ps" "\
Reset current style.

Returns the old style symbol.

See `ebnf-style-database' documentation.

\(fn &optional STYLE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-push-style) "ebnf2ps" "\
Push the current style onto a stack and set STYLE as the current style.

Returns the old style symbol.

See also `ebnf-pop-style'.

See `ebnf-style-database' documentation.

\(fn &optional STYLE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebnf-pop-style) "ebnf2ps" "\
Pop a style from the stack of pushed styles and set it as the current style.

Returns the old style symbol.

See also `ebnf-push-style'.

See `ebnf-style-database' documentation.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ebrowse-statistics ebrowse-save-tree-as ebrowse-save-tree
;;;;;;  ebrowse-electric-position-menu ebrowse-forward-in-position-stack
;;;;;;  ebrowse-back-in-position-stack ebrowse-tags-search-member-use
;;;;;;  ebrowse-tags-query-replace ebrowse-tags-search ebrowse-tags-loop-continue
;;;;;;  ebrowse-tags-complete-symbol ebrowse-tags-find-definition-other-frame
;;;;;;  ebrowse-tags-view-definition-other-frame ebrowse-tags-find-declaration-other-frame
;;;;;;  ebrowse-tags-find-definition-other-window ebrowse-tags-view-definition-other-window
;;;;;;  ebrowse-tags-find-declaration-other-window ebrowse-tags-find-definition
;;;;;;  ebrowse-tags-view-definition ebrowse-tags-find-declaration
;;;;;;  ebrowse-tags-view-declaration ebrowse-member-mode ebrowse-electric-choose-tree
;;;;;;  ebrowse-tree-mode) "ebrowse" "progmodes/ebrowse.el" (17821
;;;;;;  5918))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/ebrowse.el

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tree-mode) "ebrowse" "\
Major mode for Ebrowse class tree buffers.
Each line corresponds to a class in a class tree.
Letters do not insert themselves, they are commands.
File operations in the tree buffer work on class tree data structures.
E.g.\\[save-buffer] writes the tree to the file it was loaded from.

Tree mode key bindings:
\\{ebrowse-tree-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-electric-choose-tree) "ebrowse" "\
Return a buffer containing a tree or nil if no tree found or canceled.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-member-mode) "ebrowse" "\
Major mode for Ebrowse member buffers.

\\{ebrowse-member-mode-map}

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-view-declaration) "ebrowse" "\
View declaration of member at point.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-find-declaration) "ebrowse" "\
Find declaration of member at point.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-view-definition) "ebrowse" "\
View definition of member at point.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-find-definition) "ebrowse" "\
Find definition of member at point.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-find-declaration-other-window) "ebrowse" "\
Find declaration of member at point in other window.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-view-definition-other-window) "ebrowse" "\
View definition of member at point in other window.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-find-definition-other-window) "ebrowse" "\
Find definition of member at point in other window.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-find-declaration-other-frame) "ebrowse" "\
Find definition of member at point in other frame.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-view-definition-other-frame) "ebrowse" "\
View definition of member at point in other frame.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-find-definition-other-frame) "ebrowse" "\
Find definition of member at point in other frame.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-complete-symbol) "ebrowse" "\
Perform completion on the C++ symbol preceding point.
A second call of this function without changing point inserts the next match.
A call with prefix PREFIX reads the symbol to insert from the minibuffer with
completion.

\(fn PREFIX)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-loop-continue) "ebrowse" "\
Repeat last operation on files in tree.
FIRST-TIME non-nil means this is not a repetition, but the first time.
TREE-BUFFER if indirectly specifies which files to loop over.

\(fn &optional FIRST-TIME TREE-BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-search) "ebrowse" "\
Search for REGEXP in all files in a tree.
If marked classes exist, process marked classes, only.
If regular expression is nil, repeat last search.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-query-replace) "ebrowse" "\
Query replace FROM with TO in all files of a class tree.
With prefix arg, process files of marked classes only.

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-tags-search-member-use) "ebrowse" "\
Search for call sites of a member.
If FIX-NAME is specified, search uses of that member.
Otherwise, read a member name from the minibuffer.
Searches in all files mentioned in a class tree for something that
looks like a function call to the member.

\(fn &optional FIX-NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-back-in-position-stack) "ebrowse" "\
Move backward in the position stack.
Prefix arg ARG says how much.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-forward-in-position-stack) "ebrowse" "\
Move forward in the position stack.
Prefix arg ARG says how much.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-electric-position-menu) "ebrowse" "\
List positions in the position stack in an electric buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-save-tree) "ebrowse" "\
Save current tree in same file it was loaded from.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-save-tree-as) "ebrowse" "\
Write the current tree data structure to a file.
Read the file name from the minibuffer if interactive.
Otherwise, FILE-NAME specifies the file to save the tree in.

\(fn &optional FILE-NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ebrowse-statistics) "ebrowse" "\
Display statistics for a class tree.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (electric-buffer-list) "ebuff-menu" "ebuff-menu.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from ebuff-menu.el

(autoload (quote electric-buffer-list) "ebuff-menu" "\
Pop up a buffer describing the set of Emacs buffers.
Vaguely like ITS lunar select buffer; combining typeoutoid buffer
listing with menuoid buffer selection.

If the very next character typed is a space then the buffer list
window disappears.  Otherwise, one may move around in the buffer list
window, marking buffers to be selected, saved or deleted.

To exit and select a new buffer, type a space when the cursor is on
the appropriate line of the buffer-list window.  Other commands are
much like those of `Buffer-menu-mode'.

Run hooks in `electric-buffer-menu-mode-hook' on entry.

\\{electric-buffer-menu-mode-map}

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (Electric-command-history-redo-expression) "echistory"
;;;;;;  "echistory.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from echistory.el

(autoload (quote Electric-command-history-redo-expression) "echistory" "\
Edit current history line in minibuffer and execute result.
With prefix arg NOCONFIRM, execute current line as-is without editing.

\(fn &optional NOCONFIRM)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (edebug-all-forms edebug-all-defs edebug-eval-top-level-form
;;;;;;  edebug-basic-spec edebug-all-forms edebug-all-defs) "edebug"
;;;;;;  "emacs-lisp/edebug.el" (17952 11093))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/edebug.el

(defvar edebug-all-defs nil "\
*If non-nil, evaluating defining forms instruments for Edebug.
This applies to `eval-defun', `eval-region', `eval-buffer', and
`eval-current-buffer'.  `eval-region' is also called by
`eval-last-sexp', and `eval-print-last-sexp'.

You can use the command `edebug-all-defs' to toggle the value of this
variable.  You may wish to make it local to each buffer with
\(make-local-variable 'edebug-all-defs) in your
`emacs-lisp-mode-hook'.")

(custom-autoload (quote edebug-all-defs) "edebug" t)

(defvar edebug-all-forms nil "\
*Non-nil evaluation of all forms will instrument for Edebug.
This doesn't apply to loading or evaluations in the minibuffer.
Use the command `edebug-all-forms' to toggle the value of this option.")

(custom-autoload (quote edebug-all-forms) "edebug" t)

(autoload (quote edebug-basic-spec) "edebug" "\
Return t if SPEC uses only extant spec symbols.
An extant spec symbol is a symbol that is not a function and has a
`edebug-form-spec' property.

\(fn SPEC)" nil nil)

(defalias (quote edebug-defun) (quote edebug-eval-top-level-form))

(autoload (quote edebug-eval-top-level-form) "edebug" "\
Evaluate the top level form point is in, stepping through with Edebug.
This is like `eval-defun' except that it steps the code for Edebug
before evaluating it.  It displays the value in the echo area
using `eval-expression' (which see).

If you do this on a function definition
such as a defun or defmacro, it defines the function and instruments
its definition for Edebug, so it will do Edebug stepping when called
later.  It displays `Edebug: FUNCTION' in the echo area to indicate
that FUNCTION is now instrumented for Edebug.

If the current defun is actually a call to `defvar' or `defcustom',
evaluating it this way resets the variable using its initial value
expression even if the variable already has some other value.
\(Normally `defvar' and `defcustom' do not alter the value if there
already is one.)

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote edebug-all-defs) "edebug" "\
Toggle edebugging of all definitions.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote edebug-all-forms) "edebug" "\
Toggle edebugging of all forms.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ediff-documentation ediff-version ediff-revision
;;;;;;  ediff-patch-buffer ediff-patch-file run-ediff-from-cvs-buffer
;;;;;;  ediff-merge-revisions-with-ancestor ediff-merge-revisions
;;;;;;  ediff-merge-buffers-with-ancestor ediff-merge-buffers ediff-merge-files-with-ancestor
;;;;;;  ediff-merge-files ediff-regions-linewise ediff-regions-wordwise
;;;;;;  ediff-windows-linewise ediff-windows-wordwise ediff-merge-directory-revisions-with-ancestor
;;;;;;  ediff-merge-directory-revisions ediff-merge-directories-with-ancestor
;;;;;;  ediff-merge-directories ediff-directories3 ediff-directory-revisions
;;;;;;  ediff-directories ediff-buffers3 ediff-buffers ediff-backup
;;;;;;  ediff-files3 ediff-files) "ediff" "ediff.el" (17846 30361))
;;; Generated autoloads from ediff.el

(autoload (quote ediff-files) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of files, FILE-A and FILE-B.

\(fn FILE-A FILE-B &optional STARTUP-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-files3) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on three files, FILE-A, FILE-B, and FILE-C.

\(fn FILE-A FILE-B FILE-C &optional STARTUP-HOOKS)" t nil)

(defalias (quote ediff3) (quote ediff-files3))

(defalias (quote ediff) (quote ediff-files))

(autoload (quote ediff-backup) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on FILE and its backup file.
Uses the latest backup, if there are several numerical backups.
If this file is a backup, `ediff' it with its original.

\(fn FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-buffers) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of buffers, BUFFER-A and BUFFER-B.

\(fn BUFFER-A BUFFER-B &optional STARTUP-HOOKS JOB-NAME)" t nil)

(defalias (quote ebuffers) (quote ediff-buffers))

(autoload (quote ediff-buffers3) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on three buffers, BUFFER-A, BUFFER-B, and BUFFER-C.

\(fn BUFFER-A BUFFER-B BUFFER-C &optional STARTUP-HOOKS JOB-NAME)" t nil)

(defalias (quote ebuffers3) (quote ediff-buffers3))

(autoload (quote ediff-directories) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of directories, DIR1 and DIR2, comparing files that have
the same name in both.  The third argument, REGEXP, is nil or a regular
expression; only file names that match the regexp are considered.

\(fn DIR1 DIR2 REGEXP)" t nil)

(defalias (quote edirs) (quote ediff-directories))

(autoload (quote ediff-directory-revisions) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a directory, DIR1, comparing its files with their revisions.
The second argument, REGEXP, is a regular expression that filters the file
names.  Only the files that are under revision control are taken into account.

\(fn DIR1 REGEXP)" t nil)

(defalias (quote edir-revisions) (quote ediff-directory-revisions))

(autoload (quote ediff-directories3) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on three directories, DIR1, DIR2, and DIR3, comparing files that
have the same name in all three.  The last argument, REGEXP, is nil or a
regular expression; only file names that match the regexp are considered.

\(fn DIR1 DIR2 DIR3 REGEXP)" t nil)

(defalias (quote edirs3) (quote ediff-directories3))

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-directories) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of directories, DIR1 and DIR2, merging files that have
the same name in both.  The third argument, REGEXP, is nil or a regular
expression; only file names that match the regexp are considered.

\(fn DIR1 DIR2 REGEXP &optional MERGE-AUTOSTORE-DIR)" t nil)

(defalias (quote edirs-merge) (quote ediff-merge-directories))

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-directories-with-ancestor) "ediff" "\
Merge files in directories DIR1 and DIR2 using files in ANCESTOR-DIR as ancestors.
Ediff merges files that have identical names in DIR1, DIR2.  If a pair of files
in DIR1 and DIR2 doesn't have an ancestor in ANCESTOR-DIR, Ediff will merge
without ancestor.  The fourth argument, REGEXP, is nil or a regular expression;
only file names that match the regexp are considered.

\(fn DIR1 DIR2 ANCESTOR-DIR REGEXP &optional MERGE-AUTOSTORE-DIR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-directory-revisions) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a directory, DIR1, merging its files with their revisions.
The second argument, REGEXP, is a regular expression that filters the file
names.  Only the files that are under revision control are taken into account.

\(fn DIR1 REGEXP &optional MERGE-AUTOSTORE-DIR)" t nil)

(defalias (quote edir-merge-revisions) (quote ediff-merge-directory-revisions))

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-directory-revisions-with-ancestor) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a directory, DIR1, merging its files with their revisions and ancestors.
The second argument, REGEXP, is a regular expression that filters the file
names.  Only the files that are under revision control are taken into account.

\(fn DIR1 REGEXP &optional MERGE-AUTOSTORE-DIR)" t nil)

(defalias (quote edir-merge-revisions-with-ancestor) (quote ediff-merge-directory-revisions-with-ancestor))

(defalias (quote edirs-merge-with-ancestor) (quote ediff-merge-directories-with-ancestor))

(autoload (quote ediff-windows-wordwise) "ediff" "\
Compare WIND-A and WIND-B, which are selected by clicking, wordwise.
With prefix argument, DUMB-MODE, or on a non-windowing display, works as
follows:
If WIND-A is nil, use selected window.
If WIND-B is nil, use window next to WIND-A.

\(fn DUMB-MODE &optional WIND-A WIND-B STARTUP-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-windows-linewise) "ediff" "\
Compare WIND-A and WIND-B, which are selected by clicking, linewise.
With prefix argument, DUMB-MODE, or on a non-windowing display, works as
follows:
If WIND-A is nil, use selected window.
If WIND-B is nil, use window next to WIND-A.

\(fn DUMB-MODE &optional WIND-A WIND-B STARTUP-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-regions-wordwise) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of regions in specified buffers.
Regions (i.e., point and mark) can be set in advance or marked interactively.
This function is effective only for relatively small regions, up to 200
lines.  For large regions, use `ediff-regions-linewise'.

\(fn BUFFER-A BUFFER-B &optional STARTUP-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-regions-linewise) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of regions in specified buffers.
Regions (i.e., point and mark) can be set in advance or marked interactively.
Each region is enlarged to contain full lines.
This function is effective for large regions, over 100-200
lines.  For small regions, use `ediff-regions-wordwise'.

\(fn BUFFER-A BUFFER-B &optional STARTUP-HOOKS)" t nil)

(defalias (quote ediff-merge) (quote ediff-merge-files))

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-files) "ediff" "\
Merge two files without ancestor.

\(fn FILE-A FILE-B &optional STARTUP-HOOKS MERGE-BUFFER-FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-files-with-ancestor) "ediff" "\
Merge two files with ancestor.

\(fn FILE-A FILE-B FILE-ANCESTOR &optional STARTUP-HOOKS MERGE-BUFFER-FILE)" t nil)

(defalias (quote ediff-merge-with-ancestor) (quote ediff-merge-files-with-ancestor))

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-buffers) "ediff" "\
Merge buffers without ancestor.

\(fn BUFFER-A BUFFER-B &optional STARTUP-HOOKS JOB-NAME MERGE-BUFFER-FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-buffers-with-ancestor) "ediff" "\
Merge buffers with ancestor.

\(fn BUFFER-A BUFFER-B BUFFER-ANCESTOR &optional STARTUP-HOOKS JOB-NAME MERGE-BUFFER-FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-revisions) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by merging two revisions of a file.
The file is the optional FILE argument or the file visited by the current
buffer.

\(fn &optional FILE STARTUP-HOOKS MERGE-BUFFER-FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-merge-revisions-with-ancestor) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by merging two revisions of a file with a common ancestor.
The file is the optional FILE argument or the file visited by the current
buffer.

\(fn &optional FILE STARTUP-HOOKS MERGE-BUFFER-FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote run-ediff-from-cvs-buffer) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff-merge on appropriate revisions of the selected file.
First run after `M-x cvs-update'.  Then place the cursor on a line describing a
file and then run `run-ediff-from-cvs-buffer'.

\(fn POS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-patch-file) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by patching SOURCE-FILENAME.
If optional PATCH-BUF is given, use the patch in that buffer
and don't ask the user.
If prefix argument, then: if even argument, assume that the patch is in a
buffer. If odd -- assume it is in a file.

\(fn &optional ARG PATCH-BUF)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-patch-buffer) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by patching the buffer specified at prompt.
Without the optional prefix ARG, asks if the patch is in some buffer and
prompts for the buffer or a file, depending on the answer.
With ARG=1, assumes the patch is in a file and prompts for the file.
With ARG=2, assumes the patch is in a buffer and prompts for the buffer.
PATCH-BUF is an optional argument, which specifies the buffer that contains the
patch. If not given, the user is prompted according to the prefix argument.

\(fn &optional ARG PATCH-BUF)" t nil)

(defalias (quote epatch) (quote ediff-patch-file))

(defalias (quote epatch-buffer) (quote ediff-patch-buffer))

(autoload (quote ediff-revision) "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by comparing versions of a file.
The file is an optional FILE argument or the file entered at the prompt.
Default: the file visited by the current buffer.
Uses `vc.el' or `rcs.el' depending on `ediff-version-control-package'.

\(fn &optional FILE STARTUP-HOOKS)" t nil)

(defalias (quote erevision) (quote ediff-revision))

(autoload (quote ediff-version) "ediff" "\
Return string describing the version of Ediff.
When called interactively, displays the version.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-documentation) "ediff" "\
Display Ediff's manual.
With optional NODE, goes to that node.

\(fn &optional NODE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ediff-customize) "ediff-help" "ediff-help.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from ediff-help.el

(autoload (quote ediff-customize) "ediff-help" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "ediff-hook" "ediff-hook.el" (17842 58280))
;;; Generated autoloads from ediff-hook.el

(defvar ediff-window-setup-function)
 (defmacro ediff-cond-compile-for-xemacs-or-emacs (xemacs-form emacs-form) (if (string-match "XEmacs" emacs-version) xemacs-form emacs-form))

(ediff-cond-compile-for-xemacs-or-emacs (defun ediff-xemacs-init-menus nil (if (featurep (quote menubar)) (progn (add-submenu (quote ("Tools")) ediff-menu "OO-Browser...") (add-submenu (quote ("Tools")) ediff-merge-menu "OO-Browser...") (add-submenu (quote ("Tools")) epatch-menu "OO-Browser...") (add-submenu (quote ("Tools")) ediff-misc-menu "OO-Browser...") (add-menu-button (quote ("Tools")) "-------" "OO-Browser...")))) nil)

(ediff-cond-compile-for-xemacs-or-emacs (progn (defvar ediff-menu (quote ("Compare" ["Two Files..." ediff-files t] ["Two Buffers..." ediff-buffers t] ["Three Files..." ediff-files3 t] ["Three Buffers..." ediff-buffers3 t] "---" ["Two Directories..." ediff-directories t] ["Three Directories..." ediff-directories3 t] "---" ["File with Revision..." ediff-revision t] ["Directory Revisions..." ediff-directory-revisions t] "---" ["Windows Word-by-word..." ediff-windows-wordwise t] ["Windows Line-by-line..." ediff-windows-linewise t] "---" ["Regions Word-by-word..." ediff-regions-wordwise t] ["Regions Line-by-line..." ediff-regions-linewise t]))) (defvar ediff-merge-menu (quote ("Merge" ["Files..." ediff-merge-files t] ["Files with Ancestor..." ediff-merge-files-with-ancestor t] ["Buffers..." ediff-merge-buffers t] ["Buffers with Ancestor..." ediff-merge-buffers-with-ancestor t] "---" ["Directories..." ediff-merge-directories t] ["Directories with Ancestor..." ediff-merge-directories-with-ancestor t] "---" ["Revisions..." ediff-merge-revisions t] ["Revisions with Ancestor..." ediff-merge-revisions-with-ancestor t] ["Directory Revisions..." ediff-merge-directory-revisions t] ["Directory Revisions with Ancestor..." ediff-merge-directory-revisions-with-ancestor t]))) (defvar epatch-menu (quote ("Apply Patch" ["To a file..." ediff-patch-file t] ["To a buffer..." ediff-patch-buffer t]))) (defvar ediff-misc-menu (quote ("Ediff Miscellanea" ["Ediff Manual" ediff-documentation t] ["Customize Ediff" ediff-customize t] ["List Ediff Sessions" ediff-show-registry t] ["Use separate frame for Ediff control buffer" ediff-toggle-multiframe :style toggle :selected (if (and (featurep (quote ediff-util)) (boundp (quote ediff-window-setup-function))) (eq ediff-window-setup-function (quote ediff-setup-windows-multiframe)))] ["Use a toolbar with Ediff control buffer" ediff-toggle-use-toolbar :style toggle :selected (if (featurep (quote ediff-tbar)) (ediff-use-toolbar-p))]))) (if (and (featurep (quote menubar)) (not (featurep (quote infodock))) (not (featurep (quote ediff-hook)))) (ediff-xemacs-init-menus))) (if (featurep (quote menu-bar)) (progn (defvar menu-bar-ediff-misc-menu (make-sparse-keymap "Ediff Miscellanea")) (fset (quote menu-bar-ediff-misc-menu) (symbol-value (quote menu-bar-ediff-misc-menu))) (defvar menu-bar-epatch-menu (make-sparse-keymap "Apply Patch")) (fset (quote menu-bar-epatch-menu) (symbol-value (quote menu-bar-epatch-menu))) (defvar menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu (make-sparse-keymap "Merge")) (fset (quote menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu) (symbol-value (quote menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu))) (defvar menu-bar-ediff-menu (make-sparse-keymap "Compare")) (fset (quote menu-bar-ediff-menu) (symbol-value (quote menu-bar-ediff-menu))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [window] (quote ("This Window and Next Window" . compare-windows))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-windows-linewise] (quote ("Windows Line-by-line..." . ediff-windows-linewise))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-windows-wordwise] (quote ("Windows Word-by-word..." . ediff-windows-wordwise))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [separator-ediff-windows] (quote ("--"))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-regions-linewise] (quote ("Regions Line-by-line..." . ediff-regions-linewise))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-regions-wordwise] (quote ("Regions Word-by-word..." . ediff-regions-wordwise))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [separator-ediff-regions] (quote ("--"))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-dir-revision] (quote ("Directory Revisions..." . ediff-directory-revisions))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-revision] (quote ("File with Revision..." . ediff-revision))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [separator-ediff-directories] (quote ("--"))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-directories3] (quote ("Three Directories..." . ediff-directories3))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-directories] (quote ("Two Directories..." . ediff-directories))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [separator-ediff-files] (quote ("--"))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-buffers3] (quote ("Three Buffers..." . ediff-buffers3))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-files3] (quote ("Three Files..." . ediff-files3))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-buffers] (quote ("Two Buffers..." . ediff-buffers))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-menu [ediff-files] (quote ("Two Files..." . ediff-files))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-dir-revisions-with-ancestor] (quote ("Directory Revisions with Ancestor..." . ediff-merge-directory-revisions-with-ancestor))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-dir-revisions] (quote ("Directory Revisions..." . ediff-merge-directory-revisions))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-revisions-with-ancestor] (quote ("Revisions with Ancestor..." . ediff-merge-revisions-with-ancestor))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-revisions] (quote ("Revisions..." . ediff-merge-revisions))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [separator-ediff-merge] (quote ("--"))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-directories-with-ancestor] (quote ("Directories with Ancestor..." . ediff-merge-directories-with-ancestor))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-directories] (quote ("Directories..." . ediff-merge-directories))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [separator-ediff-merge-dirs] (quote ("--"))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-buffers-with-ancestor] (quote ("Buffers with Ancestor..." . ediff-merge-buffers-with-ancestor))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-buffers] (quote ("Buffers..." . ediff-merge-buffers))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-files-with-ancestor] (quote ("Files with Ancestor..." . ediff-merge-files-with-ancestor))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-merge-menu [ediff-merge-files] (quote ("Files..." . ediff-merge-files))) (define-key menu-bar-epatch-menu [ediff-patch-buffer] (quote ("To a Buffer..." . ediff-patch-buffer))) (define-key menu-bar-epatch-menu [ediff-patch-file] (quote ("To a File..." . ediff-patch-file))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-misc-menu [emultiframe] (quote ("Toggle use of separate control buffer frame" . ediff-toggle-multiframe))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-misc-menu [eregistry] (quote ("List Ediff Sessions" . ediff-show-registry))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-misc-menu [ediff-cust] (quote ("Customize Ediff" . ediff-customize))) (define-key menu-bar-ediff-misc-menu [ediff-doc] (quote ("Ediff Manual" . ediff-documentation))))))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ediff-show-registry) "ediff-mult" "ediff-mult.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from ediff-mult.el

(autoload (quote ediff-show-registry) "ediff-mult" "\
Display Ediff's registry.

\(fn)" t nil)

(defalias (quote eregistry) (quote ediff-show-registry))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ediff-toggle-use-toolbar ediff-toggle-multiframe)
;;;;;;  "ediff-util" "ediff-util.el" (17846 30361))
;;; Generated autoloads from ediff-util.el

(autoload (quote ediff-toggle-multiframe) "ediff-util" "\
Switch from multiframe display to single-frame display and back.
To change the default, set the variable `ediff-window-setup-function',
which see.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ediff-toggle-use-toolbar) "ediff-util" "\
Enable or disable Ediff toolbar.
Works only in versions of Emacs that support toolbars.
To change the default, set the variable `ediff-use-toolbar-p', which see.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (format-kbd-macro read-kbd-macro edit-named-kbd-macro
;;;;;;  edit-last-kbd-macro edit-kbd-macro) "edmacro" "edmacro.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from edmacro.el

(defvar edmacro-eight-bits nil "\
*Non-nil if edit-kbd-macro should leave 8-bit characters intact.
Default nil means to write characters above \\177 in octal notation.")

(autoload (quote edit-kbd-macro) "edmacro" "\
Edit a keyboard macro.
At the prompt, type any key sequence which is bound to a keyboard macro.
Or, type `C-x e' or RET to edit the last keyboard macro, `C-h l' to edit
the last 100 keystrokes as a keyboard macro, or `M-x' to edit a macro by
its command name.
With a prefix argument, format the macro in a more concise way.

\(fn KEYS &optional PREFIX FINISH-HOOK STORE-HOOK)" t nil)

(autoload (quote edit-last-kbd-macro) "edmacro" "\
Edit the most recently defined keyboard macro.

\(fn &optional PREFIX)" t nil)

(autoload (quote edit-named-kbd-macro) "edmacro" "\
Edit a keyboard macro which has been given a name by `name-last-kbd-macro'.

\(fn &optional PREFIX)" t nil)

(autoload (quote read-kbd-macro) "edmacro" "\
Read the region as a keyboard macro definition.
The region is interpreted as spelled-out keystrokes, e.g., \"M-x abc RET\".
See documentation for `edmacro-mode' for details.
Leading/trailing \"C-x (\" and \"C-x )\" in the text are allowed and ignored.
The resulting macro is installed as the \"current\" keyboard macro.

In Lisp, may also be called with a single STRING argument in which case
the result is returned rather than being installed as the current macro.
The result will be a string if possible, otherwise an event vector.
Second argument NEED-VECTOR means to return an event vector always.

\(fn START &optional END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote format-kbd-macro) "edmacro" "\
Return the keyboard macro MACRO as a human-readable string.
This string is suitable for passing to `read-kbd-macro'.
Second argument VERBOSE means to put one command per line with comments.
If VERBOSE is `1', put everything on one line.  If VERBOSE is omitted
or nil, use a compact 80-column format.

\(fn &optional MACRO VERBOSE)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (edt-emulation-on edt-set-scroll-margins) "edt"
;;;;;;  "emulation/edt.el" (17842 54264))
;;; Generated autoloads from emulation/edt.el

(autoload (quote edt-set-scroll-margins) "edt" "\
Set scroll margins.
Argument TOP is the top margin in number of lines or percent of window.
Argument BOTTOM is the bottom margin in number of lines or percent of window.

\(fn TOP BOTTOM)" t nil)

(autoload (quote edt-emulation-on) "edt" "\
Turn on EDT Emulation.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (electric-helpify with-electric-help) "ehelp" "ehelp.el"
;;;;;;  (17873 45892))
;;; Generated autoloads from ehelp.el

(autoload (quote with-electric-help) "ehelp" "\
Pop up an \"electric\" help buffer.
THUNK is a function of no arguments which is called to initialize the
contents of BUFFER.  BUFFER defaults to `*Help*'.  BUFFER will be
erased before THUNK is called unless NOERASE is non-nil.  THUNK will
be called while BUFFER is current and with `standard-output' bound to
the buffer specified by BUFFER.

If THUNK returns nil, we display BUFFER starting at the top, and
shrink the window to fit.  If THUNK returns non-nil, we don't do those things.

After THUNK has been called, this function \"electrically\" pops up a window
in which BUFFER is displayed and allows the user to scroll through that buffer
in `electric-help-mode'. The window's height will be at least MINHEIGHT if
this value is non-nil.

If THUNK returns nil, we display BUFFER starting at the top, and
shrink the window to fit if `electric-help-shrink-window' is non-nil.
If THUNK returns non-nil, we don't do those things.

When the user exits (with `electric-help-exit', or otherwise), the help
buffer's window disappears (i.e., we use `save-window-excursion'), and
BUFFER is put into `default-major-mode' (or `fundamental-mode').

\(fn THUNK &optional BUFFER NOERASE MINHEIGHT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote electric-helpify) "ehelp" "\
Not documented

\(fn FUN &optional NAME)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (turn-on-eldoc-mode eldoc-mode eldoc-minor-mode-string)
;;;;;;  "eldoc" "emacs-lisp/eldoc.el" (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/eldoc.el

(defvar eldoc-minor-mode-string " ElDoc" "\
*String to display in mode line when Eldoc Mode is enabled; nil for none.")

(custom-autoload (quote eldoc-minor-mode-string) "eldoc" t)

(autoload (quote eldoc-mode) "eldoc" "\
Toggle ElDoc mode on or off.
In ElDoc mode, the echo area displays information about a
function or variable in the text where point is.  If point is
on a documented variable, it displays the first line of that
variable's doc string.  Otherwise it displays the argument list
of the function called in the expression point is on.

With prefix ARG, turn ElDoc mode on if and only if ARG is positive.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote turn-on-eldoc-mode) "eldoc" "\
Unequivocally turn on ElDoc mode (see command `eldoc-mode').

\(fn)" t nil)

(defvar eldoc-documentation-function nil "\
If non-nil, function to call to return doc string.
The function of no args should return a one-line string for displaying
doc about a function etc. appropriate to the context around point.
It should return nil if there's no doc appropriate for the context.
Typically doc is returned if point is on a function-like name or in its
arg list.

This variable is expected to be made buffer-local by modes (other than
Emacs Lisp mode) that support Eldoc.")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (elide-head) "elide-head" "elide-head.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from elide-head.el

(autoload (quote elide-head) "elide-head" "\
Hide header material in buffer according to `elide-head-headers-to-hide'.

The header is made invisible with an overlay.  With a prefix arg, show
an elided material again.

This is suitable as an entry on `find-file-hook' or appropriate mode hooks.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (elint-initialize) "elint" "emacs-lisp/elint.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/elint.el

(autoload (quote elint-initialize) "elint" "\
Initialize elint.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (elp-results elp-instrument-package elp-instrument-list
;;;;;;  elp-instrument-function) "elp" "emacs-lisp/elp.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/elp.el

(autoload (quote elp-instrument-function) "elp" "\
Instrument FUNSYM for profiling.
FUNSYM must be a symbol of a defined function.

\(fn FUNSYM)" t nil)

(autoload (quote elp-instrument-list) "elp" "\
Instrument for profiling, all functions in `elp-function-list'.
Use optional LIST if provided instead.

\(fn &optional LIST)" t nil)

(autoload (quote elp-instrument-package) "elp" "\
Instrument for profiling, all functions which start with PREFIX.
For example, to instrument all ELP functions, do the following:

    \\[elp-instrument-package] RET elp- RET

\(fn PREFIX)" t nil)

(autoload (quote elp-results) "elp" "\
Display current profiling results.
If `elp-reset-after-results' is non-nil, then current profiling
information for all instrumented functions are reset after results are
displayed.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (report-emacs-bug) "emacsbug" "mail/emacsbug.el"
;;;;;;  (17907 23437))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/emacsbug.el

(autoload (quote report-emacs-bug) "emacsbug" "\
Report a bug in GNU Emacs.
Prompts for bug subject.  Leaves you in a mail buffer.

\(fn TOPIC &optional RECENT-KEYS)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (emerge-merge-directories emerge-revisions-with-ancestor
;;;;;;  emerge-revisions emerge-files-with-ancestor-remote emerge-files-remote
;;;;;;  emerge-files-with-ancestor-command emerge-files-command emerge-buffers-with-ancestor
;;;;;;  emerge-buffers emerge-files-with-ancestor emerge-files) "emerge"
;;;;;;  "emerge.el" (17166 62192))
;;; Generated autoloads from emerge.el

(defvar menu-bar-emerge-menu (make-sparse-keymap "Emerge"))
 (fset 'menu-bar-emerge-menu (symbol-value 'menu-bar-emerge-menu))
 (define-key menu-bar-emerge-menu [emerge-merge-directories]
  '("Merge Directories..." . emerge-merge-directories))
 (define-key menu-bar-emerge-menu [emerge-revisions-with-ancestor]
  '("Revisions with Ancestor..." . emerge-revisions-with-ancestor))
 (define-key menu-bar-emerge-menu [emerge-revisions]
  '("Revisions..." . emerge-revisions))
 (define-key menu-bar-emerge-menu [emerge-files-with-ancestor]
  '("Files with Ancestor..." . emerge-files-with-ancestor))
 (define-key menu-bar-emerge-menu [emerge-files]
  '("Files..." . emerge-files))
 (define-key menu-bar-emerge-menu [emerge-buffers-with-ancestor]
  '("Buffers with Ancestor..." . emerge-buffers-with-ancestor))
 (define-key menu-bar-emerge-menu [emerge-buffers]
  '("Buffers..." . emerge-buffers))

(autoload (quote emerge-files) "emerge" "\
Run Emerge on two files.

\(fn ARG FILE-A FILE-B FILE-OUT &optional STARTUP-HOOKS QUIT-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-files-with-ancestor) "emerge" "\
Run Emerge on two files, giving another file as the ancestor.

\(fn ARG FILE-A FILE-B FILE-ANCESTOR FILE-OUT &optional STARTUP-HOOKS QUIT-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-buffers) "emerge" "\
Run Emerge on two buffers.

\(fn BUFFER-A BUFFER-B &optional STARTUP-HOOKS QUIT-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-buffers-with-ancestor) "emerge" "\
Run Emerge on two buffers, giving another buffer as the ancestor.

\(fn BUFFER-A BUFFER-B BUFFER-ANCESTOR &optional STARTUP-HOOKS QUIT-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-files-command) "emerge" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-files-with-ancestor-command) "emerge" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-files-remote) "emerge" "\
Not documented

\(fn FILE-A FILE-B FILE-OUT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-files-with-ancestor-remote) "emerge" "\
Not documented

\(fn FILE-A FILE-B FILE-ANC FILE-OUT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-revisions) "emerge" "\
Emerge two RCS revisions of a file.

\(fn ARG FILE REVISION-A REVISION-B &optional STARTUP-HOOKS QUIT-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-revisions-with-ancestor) "emerge" "\
Emerge two RCS revisions of a file, with another revision as ancestor.

\(fn ARG FILE REVISION-A REVISION-B ANCESTOR &optional STARTUP-HOOKS QUIT-HOOKS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote emerge-merge-directories) "emerge" "\
Not documented

\(fn A-DIR B-DIR ANCESTOR-DIR OUTPUT-DIR)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (encoded-kbd-mode) "encoded-kb" "international/encoded-kb.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/encoded-kb.el

(defvar encoded-kbd-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Encoded-Kbd mode is enabled.
See the command `encoded-kbd-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `encoded-kbd-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote encoded-kbd-mode) "encoded-kb" nil)

(autoload (quote encoded-kbd-mode) "encoded-kb" "\
Toggle Encoded-kbd minor mode.
With arg, turn Encoded-kbd mode on if and only if arg is positive.

You should not turn this mode on manually, instead use the command
\\[set-keyboard-coding-system] which turns on or off this mode
automatically.

In Encoded-kbd mode, a text sent from keyboard is accepted
as a multilingual text encoded in a coding system set by
\\[set-keyboard-coding-system].

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (enriched-decode enriched-encode enriched-mode)
;;;;;;  "enriched" "textmodes/enriched.el" (17842 58277))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/enriched.el

(autoload (quote enriched-mode) "enriched" "\
Minor mode for editing text/enriched files.
These are files with embedded formatting information in the MIME standard
text/enriched format.
Turning the mode on or off runs `enriched-mode-hook'.

More information about Enriched mode is available in the file
etc/enriched.doc in the Emacs distribution directory.

Commands:

\\{enriched-mode-map}

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote enriched-encode) "enriched" "\
Not documented

\(fn FROM TO ORIG-BUF)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote enriched-decode) "enriched" "\
Not documented

\(fn FROM TO)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-handle-irc-url erc erc-select-read-args) "erc"
;;;;;;  "erc/erc.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc.el

(autoload (quote erc-select-read-args) "erc" "\
Prompt the user for values of nick, server, port, and password.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc) "erc" "\
ERC is a powerful, modular, and extensible IRC client.
This function is the main entry point for ERC.

It permits you to select connection parameters, and then starts ERC.

Non-interactively, it takes the keyword arguments
   (server (erc-compute-server))
   (port   (erc-compute-port))
   (nick   (erc-compute-nick))
   password
   (full-name (erc-compute-full-name)))

That is, if called with

   (erc :server \"irc.freenode.net\" :full-name \"Harry S Truman\")

then the server and full-name will be set to those values, whereas
`erc-compute-port', `erc-compute-nick' and `erc-compute-full-name' will
be invoked for the values of the other parameters.

\(fn &key (SERVER (erc-compute-server)) (PORT (erc-compute-port)) (NICK (erc-compute-nick)) PASSWORD (FULL-NAME (erc-compute-full-name)))" t nil)

(defalias (quote erc-select) (quote erc))

(autoload (quote erc-handle-irc-url) "erc" "\
Use ERC to IRC on HOST:PORT in CHANNEL as USER with PASSWORD.
If ERC is already connected to HOST:PORT, simply /join CHANNEL.
Otherwise, connect to HOST:PORT as USER and /join CHANNEL.

\(fn HOST PORT CHANNEL USER PASSWORD)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-autoaway" "erc/erc-autoaway.el" (17935
;;;;;;  53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-autoaway.el
 (autoload 'erc-autoaway-mode "erc-autoaway")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-button" "erc/erc-button.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-button.el
 (autoload 'erc-button-mode "erc-button" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-capab" "erc/erc-capab.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-capab.el
 (autoload 'erc-capab-identify-mode "erc-capab" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-compat" "erc/erc-compat.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-compat.el
 (autoload 'erc-define-minor-mode "erc-compat")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-ctcp-query-DCC pcomplete/erc-mode/DCC erc-cmd-DCC)
;;;;;;  "erc-dcc" "erc/erc-dcc.el" (17842 54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-dcc.el

(autoload (quote erc-cmd-DCC) "erc-dcc" "\
Parser for /dcc command.
This figures out the dcc subcommand and calls the appropriate routine to
handle it.  The function dispatched should be named \"erc-dcc-do-FOO-command\",
where FOO is one of CLOSE, GET, SEND, LIST, CHAT, etc.

\(fn CMD &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote pcomplete/erc-mode/DCC) "erc-dcc" "\
Provides completion for the /DCC command.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(defvar erc-ctcp-query-DCC-hook (quote (erc-ctcp-query-DCC)) "\
Hook variable for CTCP DCC queries")

(autoload (quote erc-ctcp-query-DCC) "erc-dcc" "\
The function called when a CTCP DCC request is detected by the client.
It examines the DCC subcommand, and calls the appropriate routine for
that subcommand.

\(fn PROC NICK LOGIN HOST TO QUERY)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-ezb-initialize erc-ezb-select-session erc-ezb-select
;;;;;;  erc-ezb-add-session erc-ezb-end-of-session-list erc-ezb-init-session-list
;;;;;;  erc-ezb-identify erc-ezb-notice-autodetect erc-ezb-lookup-action
;;;;;;  erc-ezb-get-login erc-cmd-ezb) "erc-ezbounce" "erc/erc-ezbounce.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-ezbounce.el

(autoload (quote erc-cmd-ezb) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Send EZB commands to the EZBouncer verbatim.

\(fn LINE &optional FORCE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-get-login) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Return an appropriate EZBounce login for SERVER and PORT.
Look up entries in `erc-ezb-login-alist'. If the username or password
in the alist is `nil', prompt for the appropriate values.

\(fn SERVER PORT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-lookup-action) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Not documented

\(fn MESSAGE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-notice-autodetect) "erc-ezbounce" "\
React on an EZBounce NOTICE request.

\(fn PROC PARSED)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-identify) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Identify to the EZBouncer server.

\(fn MESSAGE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-init-session-list) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Reset the EZBounce session list to nil.

\(fn MESSAGE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-end-of-session-list) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Indicate the end of the EZBounce session listing.

\(fn MESSAGE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-add-session) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Add an EZBounce session to the session list.

\(fn MESSAGE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-select) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Select an IRC server to use by EZBounce, in ERC style.

\(fn MESSAGE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-select-session) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Select a detached EZBounce session.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-ezb-initialize) "erc-ezbounce" "\
Add EZBouncer convenience functions to ERC.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-fill) "erc-fill" "erc/erc-fill.el" (17935
;;;;;;  53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-fill.el
 (autoload 'erc-fill-mode "erc-fill" nil t)

(autoload (quote erc-fill) "erc-fill" "\
Fill a region using the function referenced in `erc-fill-function'.
You can put this on `erc-insert-modify-hook' and/or `erc-send-modify-hook'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-hecomplete" "erc/erc-hecomplete.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-hecomplete.el
 (autoload 'erc-hecomplete-mode "erc-hecomplete" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-identd-stop erc-identd-start) "erc-identd"
;;;;;;  "erc/erc-identd.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-identd.el
 (autoload 'erc-identd-mode "erc-identd")

(autoload (quote erc-identd-start) "erc-identd" "\
Start an identd server listening to port 8113.
Port 113 (auth) will need to be redirected to port 8113 on your
machine -- using iptables, or a program like redir which can be
run from inetd.  The idea is to provide a simple identd server
when you need one, without having to install one globally on your
system.

\(fn &optional PORT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote erc-identd-stop) "erc-identd" "\
Not documented

\(fn &rest IGNORE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-create-imenu-index) "erc-imenu" "erc/erc-imenu.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-imenu.el

(autoload (quote erc-create-imenu-index) "erc-imenu" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-join" "erc/erc-join.el" (17842 54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-join.el
 (autoload 'erc-autojoin-mode "erc-join" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-save-buffer-in-logs erc-logging-enabled) "erc-log"
;;;;;;  "erc/erc-log.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-log.el
 (autoload 'erc-log-mode "erc-log" nil t)

(autoload (quote erc-logging-enabled) "erc-log" "\
Return non-nil if logging is enabled for BUFFER.
If BUFFER is nil, the value of `current-buffer' is used.
Logging is enabled if `erc-log-channels-directory' is non-nil, the directory
is writeable (it will be created as necessary) and
`erc-enable-logging' returns a non-nil value.

\(fn &optional BUFFER)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-save-buffer-in-logs) "erc-log" "\
Append BUFFER contents to the log file, if logging is enabled.
If BUFFER is not provided, current buffer is used.
Logging is enabled if `erc-logging-enabled' returns non-nil.

This is normally done on exit, to save the unsaved portion of the
buffer, since only the text that runs off the buffer limit is logged
automatically.

You can save every individual message by putting this function on
`erc-insert-post-hook'.

\(fn &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-delete-dangerous-host erc-add-dangerous-host
;;;;;;  erc-delete-keyword erc-add-keyword erc-delete-fool erc-add-fool
;;;;;;  erc-delete-pal erc-add-pal) "erc-match" "erc/erc-match.el"
;;;;;;  (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-match.el
 (autoload 'erc-match-mode "erc-match")

(autoload (quote erc-add-pal) "erc-match" "\
Add pal interactively to `erc-pals'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote erc-delete-pal) "erc-match" "\
Delete pal interactively to `erc-pals'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote erc-add-fool) "erc-match" "\
Add fool interactively to `erc-fools'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote erc-delete-fool) "erc-match" "\
Delete fool interactively to `erc-fools'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote erc-add-keyword) "erc-match" "\
Add keyword interactively to `erc-keywords'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote erc-delete-keyword) "erc-match" "\
Delete keyword interactively to `erc-keywords'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote erc-add-dangerous-host) "erc-match" "\
Add dangerous-host interactively to `erc-dangerous-hosts'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote erc-delete-dangerous-host) "erc-match" "\
Delete dangerous-host interactively to `erc-dangerous-hosts'.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-menu" "erc/erc-menu.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-menu.el
 (autoload 'erc-menu-mode "erc-menu" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-cmd-WHOLEFT) "erc-netsplit" "erc/erc-netsplit.el"
;;;;;;  (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-netsplit.el
 (autoload 'erc-netsplit-mode "erc-netsplit")

(autoload (quote erc-cmd-WHOLEFT) "erc-netsplit" "\
Show who's gone.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-server-select erc-determine-network) "erc-networks"
;;;;;;  "erc/erc-networks.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-networks.el

(autoload (quote erc-determine-network) "erc-networks" "\
Return the name of the network or \"Unknown\" as a symbol.  Use the
server parameter NETWORK if provided, otherwise parse the server name and
search for a match in `erc-networks-alist'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-server-select) "erc-networks" "\
Interactively select a server to connect to using `erc-server-alist'.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (pcomplete/erc-mode/NOTIFY erc-cmd-NOTIFY) "erc-notify"
;;;;;;  "erc/erc-notify.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-notify.el
 (autoload 'erc-notify-mode "erc-notify" nil t)

(autoload (quote erc-cmd-NOTIFY) "erc-notify" "\
Change `erc-notify-list' or list current notify-list members online.
Without args, list the current list of notificated people online,
with args, toggle notify status of people.

\(fn &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote pcomplete/erc-mode/NOTIFY) "erc-notify" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-page" "erc/erc-page.el" (17842 54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-page.el
 (autoload 'erc-page-mode "erc-page")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-pcomplete" "erc/erc-pcomplete.el" (17935
;;;;;;  53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-pcomplete.el
 (autoload 'erc-completion-mode "erc-pcomplete" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-replace" "erc/erc-replace.el" (17842 54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-replace.el
 (autoload 'erc-replace-mode "erc-replace")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-ring" "erc/erc-ring.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-ring.el
 (autoload 'erc-ring-mode "erc-ring" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-nickserv-identify erc-nickserv-identify-mode)
;;;;;;  "erc-services" "erc/erc-services.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-services.el
 (autoload 'erc-services-mode "erc-services" nil t)

(autoload (quote erc-nickserv-identify-mode) "erc-services" "\
Set up hooks according to which MODE the user has chosen.

\(fn MODE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote erc-nickserv-identify) "erc-services" "\
Send an \"identify <PASSWORD>\" message to NickServ.
When called interactively, read the password using `read-passwd'.

\(fn PASSWORD)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-sound" "erc/erc-sound.el" (17842 54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-sound.el
 (autoload 'erc-sound-mode "erc-sound")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-speedbar-browser) "erc-speedbar" "erc/erc-speedbar.el"
;;;;;;  (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-speedbar.el

(autoload (quote erc-speedbar-browser) "erc-speedbar" "\
Initialize speedbar to display an ERC browser.
This will add a speedbar major display mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-spelling" "erc/erc-spelling.el" (17935
;;;;;;  53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-spelling.el
 (autoload 'erc-spelling-mode "erc-spelling" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "erc-stamp" "erc/erc-stamp.el" (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-stamp.el
 (autoload 'erc-timestamp-mode "erc-stamp" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-track-minor-mode) "erc-track" "erc/erc-track.el"
;;;;;;  (17935 53318))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-track.el

(defvar erc-track-minor-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Erc-Track minor mode is enabled.
See the command `erc-track-minor-mode' for a description of this minor mode.")

(custom-autoload (quote erc-track-minor-mode) "erc-track" nil)

(autoload (quote erc-track-minor-mode) "erc-track" "\
Global minor mode for tracking ERC buffers and showing activity in the
mode line.

This exists for the sole purpose of providing the C-c C-SPC and
C-c C-@ keybindings.  Make sure that you have enabled the track
module, otherwise the keybindings will not do anything useful.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
 (autoload 'erc-track-mode "erc-track" nil t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-truncate-buffer erc-truncate-buffer-to-size)
;;;;;;  "erc-truncate" "erc/erc-truncate.el" (17842 54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-truncate.el
 (autoload 'erc-truncate-mode "erc-truncate" nil t)

(autoload (quote erc-truncate-buffer-to-size) "erc-truncate" "\
Truncates the buffer to the size SIZE.
If BUFFER is not provided, the current buffer is assumed.  The deleted
region is logged if `erc-logging-enabled' returns non-nil.

\(fn SIZE &optional BUFFER)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote erc-truncate-buffer) "erc-truncate" "\
Truncates the current buffer to `erc-max-buffer-size'.
Meant to be used in hooks, like `erc-insert-post-hook'.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (erc-xdcc-add-file) "erc-xdcc" "erc/erc-xdcc.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54344))
;;; Generated autoloads from erc/erc-xdcc.el

(autoload (quote erc-xdcc-add-file) "erc-xdcc" "\
Add a file to `erc-xdcc-files'.

\(fn FILE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (eshell-mode) "esh-mode" "eshell/esh-mode.el" (17914
;;;;;;  52082))
;;; Generated autoloads from eshell/esh-mode.el

(autoload (quote eshell-mode) "esh-mode" "\
Emacs shell interactive mode.

\\{eshell-mode-map}

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (eshell-test) "esh-test" "eshell/esh-test.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54411))
;;; Generated autoloads from eshell/esh-test.el

(autoload (quote eshell-test) "esh-test" "\
Test Eshell to verify that it works as expected.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (eshell-report-bug eshell-command-result eshell-command
;;;;;;  eshell) "eshell" "eshell/eshell.el" (17842 54411))
;;; Generated autoloads from eshell/eshell.el

(autoload (quote eshell) "eshell" "\
Create an interactive Eshell buffer.
The buffer used for Eshell sessions is determined by the value of
`eshell-buffer-name'.  If there is already an Eshell session active in
that buffer, Emacs will simply switch to it.  Otherwise, a new session
will begin.  A numeric prefix arg (as in `C-u 42 M-x eshell RET')
switches to the session with that number, creating it if necessary.  A
nonnumeric prefix arg means to create a new session.  Returns the
buffer selected (or created).

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote eshell-command) "eshell" "\
Execute the Eshell command string COMMAND.
With prefix ARG, insert output into the current buffer at point.

\(fn &optional COMMAND ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote eshell-command-result) "eshell" "\
Execute the given Eshell COMMAND, and return the result.
The result might be any Lisp object.
If STATUS-VAR is a symbol, it will be set to the exit status of the
command.  This is the only way to determine whether the value returned
corresponding to a successful execution.

\(fn COMMAND &optional STATUS-VAR)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote eshell-report-bug) "eshell" "\
Report a bug in Eshell.
Prompts for the TOPIC.  Leaves you in a mail buffer.
Please include any configuration details that might be involved.

\(fn TOPIC)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (complete-tag select-tags-table tags-apropos list-tags
;;;;;;  tags-query-replace tags-search tags-loop-continue next-file
;;;;;;  pop-tag-mark find-tag-regexp find-tag-other-frame find-tag-other-window
;;;;;;  find-tag find-tag-noselect tags-table-files visit-tags-table-buffer
;;;;;;  visit-tags-table tags-table-mode find-tag-default-function
;;;;;;  find-tag-hook tags-add-tables tags-compression-info-list
;;;;;;  tags-table-list tags-case-fold-search) "etags" "progmodes/etags.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/etags.el

(defvar tags-file-name nil "\
*File name of tags table.
To switch to a new tags table, setting this variable is sufficient.
If you set this variable, do not also set `tags-table-list'.
Use the `etags' program to make a tags table file.")
 (put 'tags-file-name 'variable-interactive "fVisit tags table: ")

(defvar tags-case-fold-search (quote default) "\
*Whether tags operations should be case-sensitive.
A value of t means case-insensitive, a value of nil means case-sensitive.
Any other value means use the setting of `case-fold-search'.")

(custom-autoload (quote tags-case-fold-search) "etags" t)

(defvar tags-table-list nil "\
*List of file names of tags tables to search.
An element that is a directory means the file \"TAGS\" in that directory.
To switch to a new list of tags tables, setting this variable is sufficient.
If you set this variable, do not also set `tags-file-name'.
Use the `etags' program to make a tags table file.")

(custom-autoload (quote tags-table-list) "etags" t)

(defvar tags-compression-info-list (quote ("" ".Z" ".bz2" ".gz" ".tgz")) "\
*List of extensions tried by etags when jka-compr is used.
An empty string means search the non-compressed file.
These extensions will be tried only if jka-compr was activated
\(i.e. via customize of `auto-compression-mode' or by calling the function
`auto-compression-mode').")

(custom-autoload (quote tags-compression-info-list) "etags" t)

(defvar tags-add-tables (quote ask-user) "\
*Control whether to add a new tags table to the current list.
t means do; nil means don't (always start a new list).
Any other value means ask the user whether to add a new tags table
to the current list (as opposed to starting a new list).")

(custom-autoload (quote tags-add-tables) "etags" t)

(defvar find-tag-hook nil "\
*Hook to be run by \\[find-tag] after finding a tag.  See `run-hooks'.
The value in the buffer in which \\[find-tag] is done is used,
not the value in the buffer \\[find-tag] goes to.")

(custom-autoload (quote find-tag-hook) "etags" t)

(defvar find-tag-default-function nil "\
*A function of no arguments used by \\[find-tag] to pick a default tag.
If nil, and the symbol that is the value of `major-mode'
has a `find-tag-default-function' property (see `put'), that is used.
Otherwise, `find-tag-default' is used.")

(custom-autoload (quote find-tag-default-function) "etags" t)

(autoload (quote tags-table-mode) "etags" "\
Major mode for tags table file buffers.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote visit-tags-table) "etags" "\
Tell tags commands to use tags table file FILE.
FILE should be the name of a file created with the `etags' program.
A directory name is ok too; it means file TAGS in that directory.

Normally \\[visit-tags-table] sets the global value of `tags-file-name'.
With a prefix arg, set the buffer-local value instead.
When you find a tag with \\[find-tag], the buffer it finds the tag
in is given a local value of this variable which is the name of the tags
file the tag was in.

\(fn FILE &optional LOCAL)" t nil)

(autoload (quote visit-tags-table-buffer) "etags" "\
Select the buffer containing the current tags table.
If optional arg is a string, visit that file as a tags table.
If optional arg is t, visit the next table in `tags-table-list'.
If optional arg is the atom `same', don't look for a new table;
 just select the buffer visiting `tags-file-name'.
If arg is nil or absent, choose a first buffer from information in
 `tags-file-name', `tags-table-list', `tags-table-list-pointer'.
Returns t if it visits a tags table, or nil if there are no more in the list.

\(fn &optional CONT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote tags-table-files) "etags" "\
Return a list of files in the current tags table.
Assumes the tags table is the current buffer.  The file names are returned
as they appeared in the `etags' command that created the table, usually
without directory names.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote find-tag-noselect) "etags" "\
Find tag (in current tags table) whose name contains TAGNAME.
Returns the buffer containing the tag's definition and moves its point there,
but does not select the buffer.
The default for TAGNAME is the expression in the buffer near point.

If second arg NEXT-P is t (interactively, with prefix arg), search for
another tag that matches the last tagname or regexp used.  When there are
multiple matches for a tag, more exact matches are found first.  If NEXT-P
is the atom `-' (interactively, with prefix arg that is a negative number
or just \\[negative-argument]), pop back to the previous tag gone to.

If third arg REGEXP-P is non-nil, treat TAGNAME as a regexp.

A marker representing the point when this command is invoked is pushed
onto a ring and may be popped back to with \\[pop-tag-mark].
Contrast this with the ring of marks gone to by the command.

See documentation of variable `tags-file-name'.

\(fn TAGNAME &optional NEXT-P REGEXP-P)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-tag) "etags" "\
Find tag (in current tags table) whose name contains TAGNAME.
Select the buffer containing the tag's definition, and move point there.
The default for TAGNAME is the expression in the buffer around or before point.

If second arg NEXT-P is t (interactively, with prefix arg), search for
another tag that matches the last tagname or regexp used.  When there are
multiple matches for a tag, more exact matches are found first.  If NEXT-P
is the atom `-' (interactively, with prefix arg that is a negative number
or just \\[negative-argument]), pop back to the previous tag gone to.

If third arg REGEXP-P is non-nil, treat TAGNAME as a regexp.

A marker representing the point when this command is invoked is pushed
onto a ring and may be popped back to with \\[pop-tag-mark].
Contrast this with the ring of marks gone to by the command.

See documentation of variable `tags-file-name'.

\(fn TAGNAME &optional NEXT-P REGEXP-P)" t nil)
 (define-key esc-map "." 'find-tag)

(autoload (quote find-tag-other-window) "etags" "\
Find tag (in current tags table) whose name contains TAGNAME.
Select the buffer containing the tag's definition in another window, and
move point there.  The default for TAGNAME is the expression in the buffer
around or before point.

If second arg NEXT-P is t (interactively, with prefix arg), search for
another tag that matches the last tagname or regexp used.  When there are
multiple matches for a tag, more exact matches are found first.  If NEXT-P
is negative (interactively, with prefix arg that is a negative number or
just \\[negative-argument]), pop back to the previous tag gone to.

If third arg REGEXP-P is non-nil, treat TAGNAME as a regexp.

A marker representing the point when this command is invoked is pushed
onto a ring and may be popped back to with \\[pop-tag-mark].
Contrast this with the ring of marks gone to by the command.

See documentation of variable `tags-file-name'.

\(fn TAGNAME &optional NEXT-P REGEXP-P)" t nil)
 (define-key ctl-x-4-map "." 'find-tag-other-window)

(autoload (quote find-tag-other-frame) "etags" "\
Find tag (in current tags table) whose name contains TAGNAME.
Select the buffer containing the tag's definition in another frame, and
move point there.  The default for TAGNAME is the expression in the buffer
around or before point.

If second arg NEXT-P is t (interactively, with prefix arg), search for
another tag that matches the last tagname or regexp used.  When there are
multiple matches for a tag, more exact matches are found first.  If NEXT-P
is negative (interactively, with prefix arg that is a negative number or
just \\[negative-argument]), pop back to the previous tag gone to.

If third arg REGEXP-P is non-nil, treat TAGNAME as a regexp.

A marker representing the point when this command is invoked is pushed
onto a ring and may be popped back to with \\[pop-tag-mark].
Contrast this with the ring of marks gone to by the command.

See documentation of variable `tags-file-name'.

\(fn TAGNAME &optional NEXT-P)" t nil)
 (define-key ctl-x-5-map "." 'find-tag-other-frame)

(autoload (quote find-tag-regexp) "etags" "\
Find tag (in current tags table) whose name matches REGEXP.
Select the buffer containing the tag's definition and move point there.

If second arg NEXT-P is t (interactively, with prefix arg), search for
another tag that matches the last tagname or regexp used.  When there are
multiple matches for a tag, more exact matches are found first.  If NEXT-P
is negative (interactively, with prefix arg that is a negative number or
just \\[negative-argument]), pop back to the previous tag gone to.

If third arg OTHER-WINDOW is non-nil, select the buffer in another window.

A marker representing the point when this command is invoked is pushed
onto a ring and may be popped back to with \\[pop-tag-mark].
Contrast this with the ring of marks gone to by the command.

See documentation of variable `tags-file-name'.

\(fn REGEXP &optional NEXT-P OTHER-WINDOW)" t nil)
 (define-key esc-map [?\C-.] 'find-tag-regexp)
 (define-key esc-map "*" 'pop-tag-mark)

(autoload (quote pop-tag-mark) "etags" "\
Pop back to where \\[find-tag] was last invoked.

This is distinct from invoking \\[find-tag] with a negative argument
since that pops a stack of markers at which tags were found, not from
where they were found.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote next-file) "etags" "\
Select next file among files in current tags table.

A first argument of t (prefix arg, if interactive) initializes to the
beginning of the list of files in the tags table.  If the argument is
neither nil nor t, it is evalled to initialize the list of files.

Non-nil second argument NOVISIT means use a temporary buffer
 to save time and avoid uninteresting warnings.

Value is nil if the file was already visited;
if the file was newly read in, the value is the filename.

\(fn &optional INITIALIZE NOVISIT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote tags-loop-continue) "etags" "\
Continue last \\[tags-search] or \\[tags-query-replace] command.
Used noninteractively with non-nil argument to begin such a command (the
argument is passed to `next-file', which see).

Two variables control the processing we do on each file: the value of
`tags-loop-scan' is a form to be executed on each file to see if it is
interesting (it returns non-nil if so) and `tags-loop-operate' is a form to
evaluate to operate on an interesting file.  If the latter evaluates to
nil, we exit; otherwise we scan the next file.

\(fn &optional FIRST-TIME)" t nil)
 (define-key esc-map "," 'tags-loop-continue)

(autoload (quote tags-search) "etags" "\
Search through all files listed in tags table for match for REGEXP.
Stops when a match is found.
To continue searching for next match, use command \\[tags-loop-continue].

See documentation of variable `tags-file-name'.

\(fn REGEXP &optional FILE-LIST-FORM)" t nil)

(autoload (quote tags-query-replace) "etags" "\
Do `query-replace-regexp' of FROM with TO on all files listed in tags table.
Third arg DELIMITED (prefix arg) means replace only word-delimited matches.
If you exit (\\[keyboard-quit], RET or q), you can resume the query replace
with the command \\[tags-loop-continue].

See documentation of variable `tags-file-name'.

\(fn FROM TO &optional DELIMITED FILE-LIST-FORM START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote list-tags) "etags" "\
Display list of tags in file FILE.
This searches only the first table in the list, and no included tables.
FILE should be as it appeared in the `etags' command, usually without a
directory specification.

\(fn FILE &optional NEXT-MATCH)" t nil)

(autoload (quote tags-apropos) "etags" "\
Display list of all tags in tags table REGEXP matches.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote select-tags-table) "etags" "\
Select a tags table file from a menu of those you have already used.
The list of tags tables to select from is stored in `tags-table-set-list';
see the doc of that variable if you want to add names to the list.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote complete-tag) "etags" "\
Perform tags completion on the text around point.
Completes to the set of names listed in the current tags table.
The string to complete is chosen in the same way as the default
for \\[find-tag] (which see).

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ethio-write-file ethio-find-file ethio-java-to-fidel-buffer
;;;;;;  ethio-fidel-to-java-buffer ethio-tex-to-fidel-buffer ethio-fidel-to-tex-buffer
;;;;;;  ethio-input-special-character ethio-replace-space ethio-modify-vowel
;;;;;;  ethio-fidel-to-sera-marker ethio-fidel-to-sera-mail ethio-fidel-to-sera-mail-or-marker
;;;;;;  ethio-fidel-to-sera-buffer ethio-fidel-to-sera-region ethio-sera-to-fidel-marker
;;;;;;  ethio-sera-to-fidel-mail ethio-sera-to-fidel-mail-or-marker
;;;;;;  ethio-sera-to-fidel-buffer ethio-sera-to-fidel-region setup-ethiopic-environment-internal)
;;;;;;  "ethio-util" "language/ethio-util.el" (17842 58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/ethio-util.el

(autoload (quote setup-ethiopic-environment-internal) "ethio-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-sera-to-fidel-region) "ethio-util" "\
Convert the characters in region from SERA to FIDEL.
The variable `ethio-primary-language' specifies the primary language
and `ethio-secondary-language' specifies the secondary.

If the 3rd parameter SECONDARY is given and non-nil, assume the region
begins with the secondary language; otherwise with the primary
language.

If the 4th parameter FORCE is given and non-nil, perform conversion
even if the buffer is read-only.

See also the descriptions of the variables
`ethio-use-colon-for-colon' and
`ethio-use-three-dot-question'.

\(fn BEG END &optional SECONDARY FORCE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-sera-to-fidel-buffer) "ethio-util" "\
Convert the current buffer from SERA to FIDEL.

The variable `ethio-primary-language' specifies the primary
language and `ethio-secondary-language' specifies the secondary.

If the 1st optional parameter SECONDARY is non-nil, assume the buffer
begins with the secondary language; otherwise with the primary
language.

If the 2nd optional parametr FORCE is non-nil, perform conversion even if the
buffer is read-only.

See also the descriptions of the variables
`ethio-use-colon-for-colon' and
`ethio-use-three-dot-question'.

\(fn &optional SECONDARY FORCE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-sera-to-fidel-mail-or-marker) "ethio-util" "\
Execute `ethio-sera-to-fidel-mail' or `ethio-sera-to-fidel-marker' depending on the current major mode.
If in rmail-mode or in mail-mode, execute the former; otherwise latter.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-sera-to-fidel-mail) "ethio-util" "\
Convert SERA to FIDEL to read/write mail and news.

If the buffer contains the markers \"<sera>\" and \"</sera>\",
convert the segments between them into FIDEL.

If invoked interactively and there is no marker, convert the subject field
and the body into FIDEL using `ethio-sera-to-fidel-region'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-sera-to-fidel-marker) "ethio-util" "\
Convert the regions surrounded by \"<sera>\" and \"</sera>\" from SERA to FIDEL.
Assume that each region begins with `ethio-primary-language'.
The markers \"<sera>\" and \"</sera>\" themselves are not deleted.

\(fn &optional FORCE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-fidel-to-sera-region) "ethio-util" "\
Replace all the FIDEL characters in the region to the SERA format.
The variable `ethio-primary-language' specifies the primary
language and `ethio-secondary-language' specifies the secondary.

If the 3dr parameter SECONDARY is given and non-nil, try to convert
the region so that it begins in the secondary language; otherwise with
the primary language.

If the 4th parameter FORCE is given and non-nil, convert even if the
buffer is read-only.

See also the descriptions of the variables
`ethio-use-colon-for-colon', `ethio-use-three-dot-question',
`ethio-quote-vowel-always' and `ethio-numeric-reduction'.

\(fn BEGIN END &optional SECONDARY FORCE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-fidel-to-sera-buffer) "ethio-util" "\
Replace all the FIDEL characters in the current buffer to the SERA format.
The variable `ethio-primary-language' specifies the primary
language and `ethio-secondary-language' specifies the secondary.

If the 1st optional parameter SECONDARY is non-nil, try to convert the
region so that it begins in the secondary language; otherwise with the
primary language.

If the 2nd optional parameter FORCE is non-nil, convert even if the
buffer is read-only.

See also the descriptions of the variables
`ethio-use-colon-for-colon', `ethio-use-three-dot-question',
`ethio-quote-vowel-always' and `ethio-numeric-reduction'.

\(fn &optional SECONDARY FORCE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-fidel-to-sera-mail-or-marker) "ethio-util" "\
Execute `ethio-fidel-to-sera-mail' or `ethio-fidel-to-sera-marker' depending on the current major mode.
If in rmail-mode or in mail-mode, execute the former; otherwise latter.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-fidel-to-sera-mail) "ethio-util" "\
Convert FIDEL to SERA to read/write mail and news.

If the body contains at least one Ethiopic character,
 1) insert the string \"<sera>\" at the beginning of the body,
 2) insert \"</sera>\" at the end of the body, and
 3) convert the body into SERA.

The very same procedure applies to the subject field, too.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-fidel-to-sera-marker) "ethio-util" "\
Convert the regions surrounded by \"<sera>\" and \"</sera>\" from FIDEL to SERA.
The markers \"<sera>\" and \"</sera>\" themselves are not deleted.

\(fn &optional FORCE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-modify-vowel) "ethio-util" "\
Modify the vowel of the FIDEL that is under the cursor.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-replace-space) "ethio-util" "\
Replace ASCII spaces with Ethiopic word separators in the region.

In the specified region, replace word separators surrounded by two
Ethiopic characters, depending on the first parameter CH, which should
be 1, 2, or 3.

If CH = 1, word separator will be replaced with an ASCII space.
If CH = 2, with two ASCII spaces.
If CH = 3, with the Ethiopic colon-like word separator.

The second and third parameters BEGIN and END specify the region.

\(fn CH BEGIN END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-input-special-character) "ethio-util" "\
Allow the user to input special characters.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-fidel-to-tex-buffer) "ethio-util" "\
Convert each fidel characters in the current buffer into a fidel-tex command.
Each command is always surrounded by braces.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-tex-to-fidel-buffer) "ethio-util" "\
Convert fidel-tex commands in the current buffer into fidel chars.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-fidel-to-java-buffer) "ethio-util" "\
Convert Ethiopic characters into the Java escape sequences.

Each escape sequence is of the form \\uXXXX, where XXXX is the
character's codepoint (in hex) in Unicode.

If `ethio-java-save-lowercase' is non-nil, use [0-9a-f].
Otherwise, [0-9A-F].

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-java-to-fidel-buffer) "ethio-util" "\
Convert the Java escape sequences into corresponding Ethiopic characters.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-find-file) "ethio-util" "\
Transcribe file content into Ethiopic depending on filename suffix.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ethio-write-file) "ethio-util" "\
Transcribe Ethiopic characters in ASCII depending on the file extension.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (eudc-load-eudc eudc-query-form eudc-expand-inline
;;;;;;  eudc-get-phone eudc-get-email eudc-set-server) "eudc" "net/eudc.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 55218))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/eudc.el

(autoload (quote eudc-set-server) "eudc" "\
Set the directory server to SERVER using PROTOCOL.
Unless NO-SAVE is non-nil, the server is saved as the default
server for future sessions.

\(fn SERVER PROTOCOL &optional NO-SAVE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-get-email) "eudc" "\
Get the email field of NAME from the directory server.
If ERROR is non-nil, report an error if there is none.

\(fn NAME &optional ERROR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-get-phone) "eudc" "\
Get the phone field of NAME from the directory server.
If ERROR is non-nil, report an error if there is none.

\(fn NAME &optional ERROR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-expand-inline) "eudc" "\
Query the directory server, and expand the query string before point.
The query string consists of the buffer substring from the point back to
the preceding comma, colon or beginning of line.
The variable `eudc-inline-query-format' controls how to associate the
individual inline query words with directory attribute names.
After querying the server for the given string, the expansion specified by
`eudc-inline-expansion-format' is inserted in the buffer at point.
If REPLACE is non-nil, then this expansion replaces the name in the buffer.
`eudc-expansion-overwrites-query' being non-nil inverts the meaning of REPLACE.
Multiple servers can be tried with the same query until one finds a match,
see `eudc-inline-expansion-servers'

\(fn &optional REPLACE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-query-form) "eudc" "\
Display a form to query the directory server.
If given a non-nil argument GET-FIELDS-FROM-SERVER, the function first
queries the server for the existing fields and displays a corresponding form.

\(fn &optional GET-FIELDS-FROM-SERVER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-load-eudc) "eudc" "\
Load the Emacs Unified Directory Client.
This does nothing except loading eudc by autoload side-effect.

\(fn)" t nil)

(cond ((not (string-match "XEmacs" emacs-version)) (defvar eudc-tools-menu (make-sparse-keymap "Directory Search")) (fset (quote eudc-tools-menu) (symbol-value (quote eudc-tools-menu))) (define-key eudc-tools-menu [phone] (quote ("Get Phone" . eudc-get-phone))) (define-key eudc-tools-menu [email] (quote ("Get Email" . eudc-get-email))) (define-key eudc-tools-menu [separator-eudc-email] (quote ("--"))) (define-key eudc-tools-menu [expand-inline] (quote ("Expand Inline Query" . eudc-expand-inline))) (define-key eudc-tools-menu [query] (quote ("Query with Form" . eudc-query-form))) (define-key eudc-tools-menu [separator-eudc-query] (quote ("--"))) (define-key eudc-tools-menu [new] (quote ("New Server" . eudc-set-server))) (define-key eudc-tools-menu [load] (quote ("Load Hotlist of Servers" . eudc-load-eudc)))) (t (let ((menu (quote ("Directory Search" ["Load Hotlist of Servers" eudc-load-eudc t] ["New Server" eudc-set-server t] ["---" nil nil] ["Query with Form" eudc-query-form t] ["Expand Inline Query" eudc-expand-inline t] ["---" nil nil] ["Get Email" eudc-get-email t] ["Get Phone" eudc-get-phone t])))) (if (not (featurep (quote eudc-autoloads))) (if eudc-xemacs-p (if (and (featurep (quote menubar)) (not (featurep (quote infodock)))) (add-submenu (quote ("Tools")) menu)) (require (quote easymenu)) (cond ((fboundp (quote easy-menu-add-item)) (easy-menu-add-item nil (quote ("tools")) (easy-menu-create-menu (car menu) (cdr menu)))) ((fboundp (quote easy-menu-create-keymaps)) (define-key global-map [menu-bar tools eudc] (cons "Directory Search" (easy-menu-create-keymaps "Directory Search" (cdr menu)))))))))))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (eudc-display-jpeg-as-button eudc-display-jpeg-inline
;;;;;;  eudc-display-sound eudc-display-mail eudc-display-url eudc-display-generic-binary)
;;;;;;  "eudc-bob" "net/eudc-bob.el" (17842 55218))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/eudc-bob.el

(autoload (quote eudc-display-generic-binary) "eudc-bob" "\
Display a button for unidentified binary DATA.

\(fn DATA)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-display-url) "eudc-bob" "\
Display URL and make it clickable.

\(fn URL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-display-mail) "eudc-bob" "\
Display e-mail address and make it clickable.

\(fn MAIL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-display-sound) "eudc-bob" "\
Display a button to play the sound DATA.

\(fn DATA)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-display-jpeg-inline) "eudc-bob" "\
Display the JPEG DATA inline at point if possible.

\(fn DATA)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-display-jpeg-as-button) "eudc-bob" "\
Display a button for the JPEG DATA.

\(fn DATA)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (eudc-try-bbdb-insert eudc-insert-record-at-point-into-bbdb)
;;;;;;  "eudc-export" "net/eudc-export.el" (17842 55218))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/eudc-export.el

(autoload (quote eudc-insert-record-at-point-into-bbdb) "eudc-export" "\
Insert record at point into the BBDB database.
This function can only be called from a directory query result buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote eudc-try-bbdb-insert) "eudc-export" "\
Call `eudc-insert-record-at-point-into-bbdb' if on a record.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (eudc-edit-hotlist) "eudc-hotlist" "net/eudc-hotlist.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 55218))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/eudc-hotlist.el

(autoload (quote eudc-edit-hotlist) "eudc-hotlist" "\
Edit the hotlist of directory servers in a specialized buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ewoc-create) "ewoc" "emacs-lisp/ewoc.el" (17933
;;;;;;  14283))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/ewoc.el

(autoload (quote ewoc-create) "ewoc" "\
Create an empty ewoc.

The ewoc will be inserted in the current buffer at the current position.

PRETTY-PRINTER should be a function that takes one argument, an
element, and inserts a string representing it in the buffer (at
point).  The string PRETTY-PRINTER inserts may be empty or span
several lines.  The PRETTY-PRINTER should use `insert', and not
`insert-before-markers'.

Optional second and third arguments HEADER and FOOTER are strings,
possibly empty, that will always be present at the top and bottom,
respectively, of the ewoc.

Normally, a newline is automatically inserted after the header,
the footer and every node's printed representation.  Optional
fourth arg NOSEP non-nil inhibits this.

\(fn PRETTY-PRINTER &optional HEADER FOOTER NOSEP)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (executable-make-buffer-file-executable-if-script-p
;;;;;;  executable-self-display executable-set-magic executable-interpret
;;;;;;  executable-command-find-posix-p) "executable" "progmodes/executable.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/executable.el

(autoload (quote executable-command-find-posix-p) "executable" "\
Check if PROGRAM handles arguments Posix-style.
If PROGRAM is non-nil, use that instead of \"find\".

\(fn &optional PROGRAM)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote executable-interpret) "executable" "\
Run script with user-specified args, and collect output in a buffer.
While script runs asynchronously, you can use the \\[next-error]
command to find the next error.  The buffer is also in `comint-mode' and
`compilation-shell-minor-mode', so that you can answer any prompts.

\(fn COMMAND)" t nil)

(autoload (quote executable-set-magic) "executable" "\
Set this buffer's interpreter to INTERPRETER with optional ARGUMENT.
The variables `executable-magicless-file-regexp', `executable-prefix',
`executable-insert', `executable-query' and `executable-chmod' control
when and how magic numbers are inserted or replaced and scripts made
executable.

\(fn INTERPRETER &optional ARGUMENT NO-QUERY-FLAG INSERT-FLAG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote executable-self-display) "executable" "\
Turn a text file into a self-displaying Un*x command.
The magic number of such a command displays all lines but itself.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote executable-make-buffer-file-executable-if-script-p) "executable" "\
Make file executable according to umask if not already executable.
If file already has any execute bits set at all, do not change existing
file modes.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (expand-jump-to-next-slot expand-jump-to-previous-slot
;;;;;;  expand-abbrev-hook expand-add-abbrevs) "expand" "expand.el"
;;;;;;  (17925 52793))
;;; Generated autoloads from expand.el

(autoload (quote expand-add-abbrevs) "expand" "\
Add a list of abbrev to abbrev table TABLE.
ABBREVS is a list of abbrev definitions; each abbrev description entry
has the form (ABBREV EXPANSION ARG).

ABBREV is the abbreviation to replace.

EXPANSION is the replacement string or a function which will make the
expansion.  For example you, could use the DMacros or skeleton packages
to generate such functions.

ARG is an optional argument which can be a number or a list of
numbers.  If ARG is a number, point is placed ARG chars from the
beginning of the expanded text.

If ARG is a list of numbers, point is placed according to the first
member of the list, but you can visit the other specified positions
cyclicaly with the functions `expand-jump-to-previous-slot' and
`expand-jump-to-next-slot'.

If ARG is omitted, point is placed at the end of the expanded text.

\(fn TABLE ABBREVS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote expand-abbrev-hook) "expand" "\
Abbrev hook used to do the expansion job of expand abbrevs.
See `expand-add-abbrevs'.  Value is non-nil if expansion was done.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote expand-jump-to-previous-slot) "expand" "\
Move the cursor to the previous slot in the last abbrev expansion.
This is used only in conjunction with `expand-add-abbrevs'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote expand-jump-to-next-slot) "expand" "\
Move the cursor to the next slot in the last abbrev expansion.
This is used only in conjunction with `expand-add-abbrevs'.

\(fn)" t nil)
 (define-key ctl-x-map "ap" 'expand-jump-to-previous-slot)
 (define-key ctl-x-map "an" 'expand-jump-to-next-slot)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (f90-mode) "f90" "progmodes/f90.el" (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/f90.el

(autoload (quote f90-mode) "f90" "\
Major mode for editing Fortran 90,95 code in free format.
For fixed format code, use `fortran-mode'.

\\[f90-indent-line] indents the current line.
\\[f90-indent-new-line] indents current line and creates a new indented line.
\\[f90-indent-subprogram] indents the current subprogram.

Type `? or `\\[help-command] to display a list of built-in abbrevs for F90 keywords.

Key definitions:
\\{f90-mode-map}

Variables controlling indentation style and extra features:

`f90-do-indent'
  Extra indentation within do blocks (default 3).
`f90-if-indent'
  Extra indentation within if/select case/where/forall blocks (default 3).
`f90-type-indent'
  Extra indentation within type/interface/block-data blocks (default 3).
`f90-program-indent'
  Extra indentation within program/module/subroutine/function blocks
  (default 2).
`f90-continuation-indent'
  Extra indentation applied to continuation lines (default 5).
`f90-comment-region'
  String inserted by function \\[f90-comment-region] at start of each
  line in region (default \"!!!$\").
`f90-indented-comment-re'
  Regexp determining the type of comment to be intended like code
  (default \"!\").
`f90-directive-comment-re'
  Regexp of comment-like directive like \"!HPF\\\\$\", not to be indented
  (default \"!hpf\\\\$\").
`f90-break-delimiters'
  Regexp holding list of delimiters at which lines may be broken
  (default \"[-+*/><=,% \\t]\").
`f90-break-before-delimiters'
  Non-nil causes `f90-do-auto-fill' to break lines before delimiters
  (default t).
`f90-beginning-ampersand'
  Automatic insertion of & at beginning of continuation lines (default t).
`f90-smart-end'
  From an END statement, check and fill the end using matching block start.
  Allowed values are 'blink, 'no-blink, and nil, which determine
  whether to blink the matching beginning (default 'blink).
`f90-auto-keyword-case'
  Automatic change of case of keywords (default nil).
  The possibilities are 'downcase-word, 'upcase-word, 'capitalize-word.
`f90-leave-line-no'
  Do not left-justify line numbers (default nil).

Turning on F90 mode calls the value of the variable `f90-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (list-colors-display facemenu-read-color facemenu-remove-special
;;;;;;  facemenu-remove-all facemenu-remove-face-props facemenu-set-read-only
;;;;;;  facemenu-set-intangible facemenu-set-invisible facemenu-set-face-from-menu
;;;;;;  facemenu-set-background facemenu-set-foreground facemenu-set-face)
;;;;;;  "facemenu" "facemenu.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from facemenu.el
 (define-key global-map "\M-o" 'facemenu-keymap)
 (autoload 'facemenu-keymap "facemenu" "Keymap for face-changing commands." t 'keymap)

(defvar facemenu-face-menu (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap "Face"))) (define-key map "o" (cons "Other..." (quote facemenu-set-face))) map) "\
Menu keymap for faces.")

(defalias (quote facemenu-face-menu) facemenu-face-menu)

(defvar facemenu-foreground-menu (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap "Foreground Color"))) (define-key map "o" (cons "Other..." (quote facemenu-set-foreground))) map) "\
Menu keymap for foreground colors.")

(defalias (quote facemenu-foreground-menu) facemenu-foreground-menu)

(defvar facemenu-background-menu (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap "Background Color"))) (define-key map "o" (cons "Other..." (quote facemenu-set-background))) map) "\
Menu keymap for background colors.")

(defalias (quote facemenu-background-menu) facemenu-background-menu)

(defvar facemenu-special-menu (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap "Special"))) (define-key map [115] (cons (purecopy "Remove Special") (quote facemenu-remove-special))) (define-key map [116] (cons (purecopy "Intangible") (quote facemenu-set-intangible))) (define-key map [118] (cons (purecopy "Invisible") (quote facemenu-set-invisible))) (define-key map [114] (cons (purecopy "Read-Only") (quote facemenu-set-read-only))) map) "\
Menu keymap for non-face text-properties.")

(defalias (quote facemenu-special-menu) facemenu-special-menu)

(defvar facemenu-justification-menu (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap "Justification"))) (define-key map [99] (cons (purecopy "Center") (quote set-justification-center))) (define-key map [98] (cons (purecopy "Full") (quote set-justification-full))) (define-key map [114] (cons (purecopy "Right") (quote set-justification-right))) (define-key map [108] (cons (purecopy "Left") (quote set-justification-left))) (define-key map [117] (cons (purecopy "Unfilled") (quote set-justification-none))) map) "\
Submenu for text justification commands.")

(defalias (quote facemenu-justification-menu) facemenu-justification-menu)

(defvar facemenu-indentation-menu (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap "Indentation"))) (define-key map [decrease-right-margin] (cons (purecopy "Indent Right Less") (quote decrease-right-margin))) (define-key map [increase-right-margin] (cons (purecopy "Indent Right More") (quote increase-right-margin))) (define-key map [decrease-left-margin] (cons (purecopy "Indent Less") (quote decrease-left-margin))) (define-key map [increase-left-margin] (cons (purecopy "Indent More") (quote increase-left-margin))) map) "\
Submenu for indentation commands.")

(defalias (quote facemenu-indentation-menu) facemenu-indentation-menu)

(defvar facemenu-menu nil "\
Facemenu top-level menu keymap.")

(setq facemenu-menu (make-sparse-keymap "Text Properties"))

(let ((map facemenu-menu)) (define-key map [dc] (cons (purecopy "Display Colors") (quote list-colors-display))) (define-key map [df] (cons (purecopy "Display Faces") (quote list-faces-display))) (define-key map [dp] (cons (purecopy "Describe Properties") (quote describe-text-properties))) (define-key map [ra] (cons (purecopy "Remove Text Properties") (quote facemenu-remove-all))) (define-key map [rm] (cons (purecopy "Remove Face Properties") (quote facemenu-remove-face-props))) (define-key map [s1] (list (purecopy "--"))))

(let ((map facemenu-menu)) (define-key map [in] (cons (purecopy "Indentation") (quote facemenu-indentation-menu))) (define-key map [ju] (cons (purecopy "Justification") (quote facemenu-justification-menu))) (define-key map [s2] (list (purecopy "--"))) (define-key map [sp] (cons (purecopy "Special Properties") (quote facemenu-special-menu))) (define-key map [bg] (cons (purecopy "Background Color") (quote facemenu-background-menu))) (define-key map [fg] (cons (purecopy "Foreground Color") (quote facemenu-foreground-menu))) (define-key map [fc] (cons (purecopy "Face") (quote facemenu-face-menu))))

(defalias (quote facemenu-menu) facemenu-menu)

(autoload (quote facemenu-set-face) "facemenu" "\
Apply FACE to the region or next character typed.

If the region is active (normally true except in Transient
Mark mode) and nonempty, and there is no prefix argument,
this command applies FACE to the region.  Otherwise, it applies FACE
to the faces to use for the next character
inserted.  (Moving point or switching buffers before typing
a character to insert cancels the specification.)

If FACE is `default', to \"apply\" it means clearing
the list of faces to be used.  For any other value of FACE,
to \"apply\" it means putting FACE at the front of the list
of faces to be used, and removing any faces further
along in the list that would be completely overridden by
preceding faces (including FACE).

This command can also add FACE to the menu of faces,
if `facemenu-listed-faces' says to do that.

\(fn FACE &optional START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-set-foreground) "facemenu" "\
Set the foreground COLOR of the region or next character typed.
This command reads the color in the minibuffer.

If the region is active (normally true except in Transient Mark mode)
and there is no prefix argument, this command sets the region to the
requested face.

Otherwise, this command specifies the face for the next character
inserted.  Moving point or switching buffers before
typing a character to insert cancels the specification.

\(fn COLOR &optional START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-set-background) "facemenu" "\
Set the background COLOR of the region or next character typed.
This command reads the color in the minibuffer.

If the region is active (normally true except in Transient Mark mode)
and there is no prefix argument, this command sets the region to the
requested face.

Otherwise, this command specifies the face for the next character
inserted.  Moving point or switching buffers before
typing a character to insert cancels the specification.

\(fn COLOR &optional START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-set-face-from-menu) "facemenu" "\
Set the FACE of the region or next character typed.
This function is designed to be called from a menu; FACE is determined
using the event type of the menu entry.  If FACE is a symbol whose
name starts with \"fg:\" or \"bg:\", then this functions sets the
foreground or background to the color specified by the rest of the
symbol's name.  Any other symbol is considered the name of a face.

If the region is active (normally true except in Transient Mark mode)
and there is no prefix argument, this command sets the region to the
requested face.

Otherwise, this command specifies the face for the next character
inserted.  Moving point or switching buffers before typing a character
to insert cancels the specification.

\(fn FACE START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-set-invisible) "facemenu" "\
Make the region invisible.
This sets the `invisible' text property; it can be undone with
`facemenu-remove-special'.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-set-intangible) "facemenu" "\
Make the region intangible: disallow moving into it.
This sets the `intangible' text property; it can be undone with
`facemenu-remove-special'.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-set-read-only) "facemenu" "\
Make the region unmodifiable.
This sets the `read-only' text property; it can be undone with
`facemenu-remove-special'.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-remove-face-props) "facemenu" "\
Remove `face' and `mouse-face' text properties.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-remove-all) "facemenu" "\
Remove all text properties from the region.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-remove-special) "facemenu" "\
Remove all the \"special\" text properties from the region.
These special properties include `invisible', `intangible' and `read-only'.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote facemenu-read-color) "facemenu" "\
Read a color using the minibuffer.

\(fn &optional PROMPT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote list-colors-display) "facemenu" "\
Display names of defined colors, and show what they look like.
If the optional argument LIST is non-nil, it should be a list of
colors to display.  Otherwise, this command computes a list of
colors that the current display can handle.  If the optional
argument BUFFER-NAME is nil, it defaults to *Colors*.

\(fn &optional LIST BUFFER-NAME)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (feedmail-queue-reminder feedmail-run-the-queue
;;;;;;  feedmail-run-the-queue-global-prompt feedmail-run-the-queue-no-prompts
;;;;;;  feedmail-send-it) "feedmail" "mail/feedmail.el" (17888 29839))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/feedmail.el

(autoload (quote feedmail-send-it) "feedmail" "\
Send the current mail buffer using the Feedmail package.
This is a suitable value for `send-mail-function'.  It can be used
with various lower-level mechanisms to provide features such as queueing.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote feedmail-run-the-queue-no-prompts) "feedmail" "\
Like `feedmail-run-the-queue', but suppress confirmation prompts.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote feedmail-run-the-queue-global-prompt) "feedmail" "\
Like `feedmail-run-the-queue', but with a global confirmation prompt.
This is generally most useful if run non-interactively, since you can
bail out with an appropriate answer to the global confirmation prompt.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote feedmail-run-the-queue) "feedmail" "\
Visit each message in the feedmail queue directory and send it out.
Return value is a list of three things: number of messages sent, number of
messages skipped, and number of non-message things in the queue (commonly
backup file names and the like).

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote feedmail-queue-reminder) "feedmail" "\
Perform some kind of reminder activity about queued and draft messages.
Called with an optional symbol argument which says what kind of event
is triggering the reminder activity.  The default is 'on-demand, which
is what you typically would use if you were putting this in your Emacs start-up
or mail hook code.  Other recognized values for WHAT-EVENT (these are passed
internally by feedmail):

   after-immediate      (a message has just been sent in immediate mode)
   after-queue          (a message has just been queued)
   after-draft          (a message has just been placed in the draft directory)
   after-run            (the queue has just been run, possibly sending messages)

WHAT-EVENT is used as a key into the table `feedmail-queue-reminder-alist'.  If
the associated value is a function, it is called without arguments and is expected
to perform the reminder activity.  You can supply your own reminder functions
by redefining `feedmail-queue-reminder-alist'.  If you don't want any reminders,
you can set `feedmail-queue-reminder-alist' to nil.

\(fn &optional WHAT-EVENT)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ffap-bindings dired-at-point ffap-at-mouse ffap-menu
;;;;;;  find-file-at-point ffap-next) "ffap" "ffap.el" (17943 4602))
;;; Generated autoloads from ffap.el

(autoload (quote ffap-next) "ffap" "\
Search buffer for next file or URL, and run ffap.
Optional argument BACK says to search backwards.
Optional argument WRAP says to try wrapping around if necessary.
Interactively: use a single prefix to search backwards,
double prefix to wrap forward, triple to wrap backwards.
Actual search is done by `ffap-next-guess'.

\(fn &optional BACK WRAP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-file-at-point) "ffap" "\
Find FILENAME, guessing a default from text around point.
If `ffap-url-regexp' is not nil, the FILENAME may also be an URL.
With a prefix, this command behaves exactly like `ffap-file-finder'.
If `ffap-require-prefix' is set, the prefix meaning is reversed.
See also the variables `ffap-dired-wildcards', `ffap-newfile-prompt',
and the functions `ffap-file-at-point' and `ffap-url-at-point'.

\(fn &optional FILENAME)" t nil)

(defalias (quote ffap) (quote find-file-at-point))

(autoload (quote ffap-menu) "ffap" "\
Put up a menu of files and urls mentioned in this buffer.
Then set mark, jump to choice, and try to fetch it.  The menu is
cached in `ffap-menu-alist', and rebuilt by `ffap-menu-rescan'.
The optional RESCAN argument (a prefix, interactively) forces
a rebuild.  Searches with `ffap-menu-regexp'.

\(fn &optional RESCAN)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ffap-at-mouse) "ffap" "\
Find file or url guessed from text around mouse click.
Interactively, calls `ffap-at-mouse-fallback' if no guess is found.
Return value:
  * if a guess string is found, return it (after finding it)
  * if the fallback is called, return whatever it returns
  * otherwise, nil

\(fn E)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dired-at-point) "ffap" "\
Start Dired, defaulting to file at point.  See `ffap'.

\(fn &optional FILENAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ffap-bindings) "ffap" "\
Evaluate the forms in variable `ffap-bindings'.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (file-cache-minibuffer-complete file-cache-add-directory-recursively
;;;;;;  file-cache-add-directory-using-locate file-cache-add-directory-using-find
;;;;;;  file-cache-add-file file-cache-add-directory-list file-cache-add-directory)
;;;;;;  "filecache" "filecache.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from filecache.el

(autoload (quote file-cache-add-directory) "filecache" "\
Add DIRECTORY to the file cache.
If the optional REGEXP argument is non-nil, only files which match it will
be added to the cache.

\(fn DIRECTORY &optional REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote file-cache-add-directory-list) "filecache" "\
Add DIRECTORY-LIST (a list of directory names) to the file cache.
If the optional REGEXP argument is non-nil, only files which match it
will be added to the cache. Note that the REGEXP is applied to the files
in each directory, not to the directory list itself.

\(fn DIRECTORY-LIST &optional REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote file-cache-add-file) "filecache" "\
Add FILE to the file cache.

\(fn FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote file-cache-add-directory-using-find) "filecache" "\
Use the `find' command to add files to the file cache.
Find is run in DIRECTORY.

\(fn DIRECTORY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote file-cache-add-directory-using-locate) "filecache" "\
Use the `locate' command to add files to the file cache.
STRING is passed as an argument to the locate command.

\(fn STRING)" t nil)

(autoload (quote file-cache-add-directory-recursively) "filecache" "\
Adds DIR and any subdirectories to the file-cache.
This function does not use any external programs
If the optional REGEXP argument is non-nil, only files which match it
will be added to the cache. Note that the REGEXP is applied to the files
in each directory, not to the directory list itself.

\(fn DIR &optional REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote file-cache-minibuffer-complete) "filecache" "\
Complete a filename in the minibuffer using a preloaded cache.
Filecache does two kinds of substitution: it completes on names in
the cache, and, once it has found a unique name, it cycles through
the directories that the name is available in.  With a prefix argument,
the name is considered already unique; only the second substitution
\(directories) is done.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)
 (define-key minibuffer-local-completion-map [C-tab] 'file-cache-minibuffer-complete)
 (define-key minibuffer-local-map [C-tab] 'file-cache-minibuffer-complete)
 (define-key minibuffer-local-must-match-map [C-tab] 'file-cache-minibuffer-complete)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (filesets-init) "filesets" "filesets.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from filesets.el

(autoload (quote filesets-init) "filesets" "\
Filesets initialization.
Set up hooks, load the cache file -- if existing -- and build the menu.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "fill" "textmodes/fill.el" (18007 39658))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/fill.el
(put 'colon-double-space 'safe-local-variable 'booleanp)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (find-grep-dired find-name-dired find-dired find-grep-options
;;;;;;  find-ls-subdir-switches find-ls-option) "find-dired" "find-dired.el"
;;;;;;  (17992 30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from find-dired.el

(defvar find-ls-option (if (eq system-type (quote berkeley-unix)) (quote ("-ls" . "-gilsb")) (quote ("-exec ls -ld {} \\;" . "-ld"))) "\
*Description of the option to `find' to produce an `ls -l'-type listing.
This is a cons of two strings (FIND-OPTION . LS-SWITCHES).  FIND-OPTION
gives the option (or options) to `find' that produce the desired output.
LS-SWITCHES is a list of `ls' switches to tell dired how to parse the output.")

(custom-autoload (quote find-ls-option) "find-dired" t)

(defvar find-ls-subdir-switches "-al" "\
`ls' switches for inserting subdirectories in `*Find*' buffers.
This should contain the \"-l\" switch.
Use the \"-F\" or \"-b\" switches if and only if you also use
them for `find-ls-option'.")

(custom-autoload (quote find-ls-subdir-switches) "find-dired" t)

(defvar find-grep-options (if (or (eq system-type (quote berkeley-unix)) (string-match "solaris2" system-configuration) (string-match "irix" system-configuration)) "-s" "-q") "\
*Option to grep to be as silent as possible.
On Berkeley systems, this is `-s'; on Posix, and with GNU grep, `-q' does it.
On other systems, the closest you can come is to use `-l'.")

(custom-autoload (quote find-grep-options) "find-dired" t)

(autoload (quote find-dired) "find-dired" "\
Run `find' and go into Dired mode on a buffer of the output.
The command run (after changing into DIR) is

    find . \\( ARGS \\) -ls

except that the variable `find-ls-option' specifies what to use
as the final argument.

\(fn DIR ARGS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-name-dired) "find-dired" "\
Search DIR recursively for files matching the globbing pattern PATTERN,
and run dired on those files.
PATTERN is a shell wildcard (not an Emacs regexp) and need not be quoted.
The command run (after changing into DIR) is

    find . -name 'PATTERN' -ls

\(fn DIR PATTERN)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-grep-dired) "find-dired" "\
Find files in DIR containing a regexp REGEXP and start Dired on output.
The command run (after changing into DIR) is

    find . -exec grep -s -e REGEXP {} \\; -ls

Thus ARG can also contain additional grep options.

\(fn DIR REGEXP)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ff-mouse-find-other-file-other-window ff-mouse-find-other-file
;;;;;;  ff-find-other-file ff-get-other-file) "find-file" "find-file.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from find-file.el

(defvar ff-special-constructs (quote (("^#\\s *\\(include\\|import\\)\\s +[<\"]\\(.*\\)[>\"]" lambda nil (buffer-substring (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2))))) "\
*List of special constructs for `ff-treat-as-special' to recognize.
Each element, tried in order, has the form (REGEXP . EXTRACT).
If REGEXP matches the current line (from the beginning of the line),
`ff-treat-as-special' calls function EXTRACT with no args.
If EXTRACT returns nil, keep trying.  Otherwise, return the
filename that EXTRACT returned.")

(autoload (quote ff-get-other-file) "find-file" "\
Find the header or source file corresponding to this file.
See also the documentation for `ff-find-other-file'.

If optional IN-OTHER-WINDOW is non-nil, find the file in another window.

\(fn &optional IN-OTHER-WINDOW)" t nil)

(defalias (quote ff-find-related-file) (quote ff-find-other-file))

(autoload (quote ff-find-other-file) "find-file" "\
Find the header or source file corresponding to this file.
Being on a `#include' line pulls in that file.

If optional IN-OTHER-WINDOW is non-nil, find the file in the other window.
If optional IGNORE-INCLUDE is non-nil, ignore being on `#include' lines.

Variables of interest include:

 - `ff-case-fold-search'
   Non-nil means ignore cases in matches (see `case-fold-search').
   If you have extensions in different cases, you will want this to be nil.

 - `ff-always-in-other-window'
   If non-nil, always open the other file in another window, unless an
   argument is given to `ff-find-other-file'.

 - `ff-ignore-include'
   If non-nil, ignores #include lines.

 - `ff-always-try-to-create'
   If non-nil, always attempt to create the other file if it was not found.

 - `ff-quiet-mode'
   If non-nil, traces which directories are being searched.

 - `ff-special-constructs'
   A list of regular expressions specifying how to recognize special
   constructs such as include files etc, and an associated method for
   extracting the filename from that construct.

 - `ff-other-file-alist'
   Alist of extensions to find given the current file's extension.

 - `ff-search-directories'
   List of directories searched through with each extension specified in
   `ff-other-file-alist' that matches this file's extension.

 - `ff-pre-find-hook'
   List of functions to be called before the search for the file starts.

 - `ff-pre-load-hook'
   List of functions to be called before the other file is loaded.

 - `ff-post-load-hook'
   List of functions to be called after the other file is loaded.

 - `ff-not-found-hook'
   List of functions to be called if the other file could not be found.

 - `ff-file-created-hook'
   List of functions to be called if the other file has been created.

\(fn &optional IN-OTHER-WINDOW IGNORE-INCLUDE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ff-mouse-find-other-file) "find-file" "\
Visit the file you click on.

\(fn EVENT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ff-mouse-find-other-file-other-window) "find-file" "\
Visit the file you click on in another window.

\(fn EVENT)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (find-function-setup-keys find-variable-at-point
;;;;;;  find-function-at-point find-function-on-key find-face-definition
;;;;;;  find-definition-noselect find-variable-other-frame find-variable-other-window
;;;;;;  find-variable find-variable-noselect find-function-other-frame
;;;;;;  find-function-other-window find-function find-function-noselect
;;;;;;  find-function-search-for-symbol find-library) "find-func"
;;;;;;  "emacs-lisp/find-func.el" (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/find-func.el

(autoload (quote find-library) "find-func" "\
Find the elisp source of LIBRARY.

\(fn LIBRARY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-function-search-for-symbol) "find-func" "\
Search for SYMBOL's definition of type TYPE in LIBRARY.
Visit the library in a buffer, and return a cons cell (BUFFER . POSITION),
or just (BUFFER . nil) if the definition can't be found in the file.

If TYPE is nil, look for a function definition.
Otherwise, TYPE specifies the kind of definition,
and it is interpreted via `find-function-regexp-alist'.
The search is done in the source for library LIBRARY.

\(fn SYMBOL TYPE LIBRARY)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote find-function-noselect) "find-func" "\
Return a pair (BUFFER . POINT) pointing to the definition of FUNCTION.

Finds the source file containing the definition of FUNCTION
in a buffer and the point of the definition.  The buffer is
not selected.  If the function definition can't be found in
the buffer, returns (BUFFER).

If the file where FUNCTION is defined is not known, then it is
searched for in `find-function-source-path' if non-nil, otherwise
in `load-path'.

\(fn FUNCTION)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote find-function) "find-func" "\
Find the definition of the FUNCTION near point.

Finds the source file containing the definition of the function
near point (selected by `function-called-at-point') in a buffer and
places point before the definition.
Set mark before moving, if the buffer already existed.

The library where FUNCTION is defined is searched for in
`find-function-source-path', if non-nil, otherwise in `load-path'.
See also `find-function-recenter-line' and `find-function-after-hook'.

\(fn FUNCTION)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-function-other-window) "find-func" "\
Find, in another window, the definition of FUNCTION near point.

See `find-function' for more details.

\(fn FUNCTION)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-function-other-frame) "find-func" "\
Find, in another frame, the definition of FUNCTION near point.

See `find-function' for more details.

\(fn FUNCTION)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-variable-noselect) "find-func" "\
Return a pair `(BUFFER . POINT)' pointing to the definition of VARIABLE.

Finds the library containing the definition of VARIABLE in a buffer and
the point of the definition.  The buffer is not selected.
If the variable's definition can't be found in the buffer, return (BUFFER).

The library where VARIABLE is defined is searched for in FILE or
`find-function-source-path', if non-nil, otherwise in `load-path'.

\(fn VARIABLE &optional FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote find-variable) "find-func" "\
Find the definition of the VARIABLE at or before point.

Finds the library containing the definition of the variable
near point (selected by `variable-at-point') in a buffer and
places point before the definition.

Set mark before moving, if the buffer already existed.

The library where VARIABLE is defined is searched for in
`find-function-source-path', if non-nil, otherwise in `load-path'.
See also `find-function-recenter-line' and `find-function-after-hook'.

\(fn VARIABLE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-variable-other-window) "find-func" "\
Find, in another window, the definition of VARIABLE near point.

See `find-variable' for more details.

\(fn VARIABLE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-variable-other-frame) "find-func" "\
Find, in another frame, the definition of VARIABLE near point.

See `find-variable' for more details.

\(fn VARIABLE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-definition-noselect) "find-func" "\
Return a pair `(BUFFER . POINT)' pointing to the definition of SYMBOL.
If the definition can't be found in the buffer, return (BUFFER).
TYPE says what type of definition: nil for a function, `defvar' for a
variable, `defface' for a face.  This function does not switch to the
buffer nor display it.

The library where SYMBOL is defined is searched for in FILE or
`find-function-source-path', if non-nil, otherwise in `load-path'.

\(fn SYMBOL TYPE &optional FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote find-face-definition) "find-func" "\
Find the definition of FACE.  FACE defaults to the name near point.

Finds the Emacs Lisp library containing the definition of the face
near point (selected by `variable-at-point') in a buffer and
places point before the definition.

Set mark before moving, if the buffer already existed.

The library where FACE is defined is searched for in
`find-function-source-path', if non-nil, otherwise in `load-path'.
See also `find-function-recenter-line' and `find-function-after-hook'.

\(fn FACE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-function-on-key) "find-func" "\
Find the function that KEY invokes.  KEY is a string.
Set mark before moving, if the buffer already existed.

\(fn KEY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-function-at-point) "find-func" "\
Find directly the function at point in the other window.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-variable-at-point) "find-func" "\
Find directly the variable at point in the other window.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-function-setup-keys) "find-func" "\
Define some key bindings for the find-function family of functions.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (find-lisp-find-dired-filter find-lisp-find-dired-subdirectories
;;;;;;  find-lisp-find-dired) "find-lisp" "find-lisp.el" (17893 23802))
;;; Generated autoloads from find-lisp.el

(autoload (quote find-lisp-find-dired) "find-lisp" "\
Find files in DIR, matching REGEXP.

\(fn DIR REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-lisp-find-dired-subdirectories) "find-lisp" "\
Find all subdirectories of DIR.

\(fn DIR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote find-lisp-find-dired-filter) "find-lisp" "\
Change the filter on a find-lisp-find-dired buffer to REGEXP.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (finder-by-keyword finder-commentary finder-list-keywords)
;;;;;;  "finder" "finder.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from finder.el

(autoload (quote finder-list-keywords) "finder" "\
Display descriptions of the keywords in the Finder buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote finder-commentary) "finder" "\
Display FILE's commentary section.
FILE should be in a form suitable for passing to `locate-library'.

\(fn FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote finder-by-keyword) "finder" "\
Find packages matching a given keyword.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (enable-flow-control-on enable-flow-control) "flow-ctrl"
;;;;;;  "flow-ctrl.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from flow-ctrl.el

(autoload (quote enable-flow-control) "flow-ctrl" "\
Toggle flow control handling.
When handling is enabled, user can type C-s as C-\\, and C-q as C-^.
With arg, enable flow control mode if arg is positive, otherwise disable.

\(fn &optional ARGUMENT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote enable-flow-control-on) "flow-ctrl" "\
Enable flow control if using one of a specified set of terminal types.
Use `(enable-flow-control-on \"vt100\" \"h19\")' to enable flow control
on VT-100 and H19 terminals.  When flow control is enabled,
you must type C-\\ to get the effect of a C-s, and type C-^
to get the effect of a C-q.

\(fn &rest LOSING-TERMINAL-TYPES)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (fill-flowed fill-flowed-encode) "flow-fill" "gnus/flow-fill.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/flow-fill.el

(autoload (quote fill-flowed-encode) "flow-fill" "\
Not documented

\(fn &optional BUFFER)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote fill-flowed) "flow-fill" "\
Not documented

\(fn &optional BUFFER)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (flymake-mode-off flymake-mode-on flymake-mode)
;;;;;;  "flymake" "progmodes/flymake.el" (17934 27588))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/flymake.el

(autoload (quote flymake-mode) "flymake" "\
Minor mode to do on-the-fly syntax checking.
When called interactively, toggles the minor mode.
With arg, turn Flymake mode on if and only if arg is positive.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote flymake-mode-on) "flymake" "\
Turn flymake mode on.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote flymake-mode-off) "flymake" "\
Turn flymake mode off.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (flyspell-buffer flyspell-region flyspell-mode-off
;;;;;;  turn-off-flyspell turn-on-flyspell flyspell-mode flyspell-prog-mode)
;;;;;;  "flyspell" "textmodes/flyspell.el" (18006 55797))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/flyspell.el

(autoload (quote flyspell-prog-mode) "flyspell" "\
Turn on `flyspell-mode' for comments and strings.

\(fn)" t nil)
(defvar flyspell-mode nil)

(autoload (quote flyspell-mode) "flyspell" "\
Minor mode performing on-the-fly spelling checking.
This spawns a single Ispell process and checks each word.
The default flyspell behavior is to highlight incorrect words.
With no argument, this command toggles Flyspell mode.
With a prefix argument ARG, turn Flyspell minor mode on iff ARG is positive.

Bindings:
\\[ispell-word]: correct words (using Ispell).
\\[flyspell-auto-correct-word]: automatically correct word.
\\[flyspell-auto-correct-previous-word]: automatically correct the last misspelled word.
\\[flyspell-correct-word] (or down-mouse-2): popup correct words.

Hooks:
This runs `flyspell-mode-hook' after flyspell is entered.

Remark:
`flyspell-mode' uses `ispell-mode'.  Thus all Ispell options are
valid.  For instance, a personal dictionary can be used by
invoking `ispell-change-dictionary'.

Consider using the `ispell-parser' to check your text.  For instance
consider adding:
\(add-hook 'tex-mode-hook (function (lambda () (setq ispell-parser 'tex))))
in your .emacs file.

\\[flyspell-region] checks all words inside a region.
\\[flyspell-buffer] checks the whole buffer.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote turn-on-flyspell) "flyspell" "\
Unconditionally turn on Flyspell mode.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote turn-off-flyspell) "flyspell" "\
Unconditionally turn off Flyspell mode.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote flyspell-mode-off) "flyspell" "\
Turn Flyspell mode off.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote flyspell-region) "flyspell" "\
Flyspell text between BEG and END.

\(fn BEG END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote flyspell-buffer) "flyspell" "\
Flyspell whole buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (follow-delete-other-windows-and-split follow-mode
;;;;;;  turn-off-follow-mode turn-on-follow-mode) "follow" "follow.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from follow.el

(autoload (quote turn-on-follow-mode) "follow" "\
Turn on Follow mode.  Please see the function `follow-mode'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote turn-off-follow-mode) "follow" "\
Turn off Follow mode.  Please see the function `follow-mode'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote follow-mode) "follow" "\
Minor mode that combines windows into one tall virtual window.

The feeling of a \"virtual window\" has been accomplished by the use
of two major techniques:

* The windows always displays adjacent sections of the buffer.
  This means that whenever one window is moved, all the
  others will follow.  (Hence the name Follow Mode.)

* Should the point (cursor) end up outside a window, another
  window displaying that point is selected, if possible.  This
  makes it possible to walk between windows using normal cursor
  movement commands.

Follow mode comes to its prime when used on a large screen and two
side-by-side window are used. The user can, with the help of Follow
mode, use two full-height windows as though they would have been
one. Imagine yourself editing a large function, or section of text,
and being able to use 144 lines instead of the normal 72... (your
mileage may vary).

To split one large window into two side-by-side windows, the commands
`\\[split-window-horizontally]' or `M-x follow-delete-other-windows-and-split' can be used.

Only windows displayed in the same frame follow each-other.

If the variable `follow-intercept-processes' is non-nil, Follow mode
will listen to the output of processes and redisplay accordingly.
\(This is the default.)

When Follow mode is switched on, the hook `follow-mode-hook'
is called.  When turned off, `follow-mode-off-hook' is called.

Keys specific to Follow mode:
\\{follow-mode-map}

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote follow-delete-other-windows-and-split) "follow" "\
Create two side by side windows and enter Follow Mode.

Execute this command to display as much as possible of the text
in the selected window.  All other windows, in the current
frame, are deleted and the selected window is split in two
side-by-side windows. Follow Mode is activated, hence the
two windows always will display two successive pages.
\(If one window is moved, the other one will follow.)

If ARG is positive, the leftmost window is selected.  If it negative,
the rightmost is selected.  If ARG is nil, the leftmost window is
selected if the original window is the first one in the frame.

To bind this command to a hotkey, place the following line
in your `~/.emacs' file, replacing [f7] by your favourite key:
    (global-set-key [f7] 'follow-delete-other-windows-and-split)

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (footnote-mode) "footnote" "mail/footnote.el" (17954
;;;;;;  24686))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/footnote.el

(autoload (quote footnote-mode) "footnote" "\
Toggle footnote minor mode.
\\<message-mode-map>
key		binding
---		-------

\\[Footnote-renumber-footnotes]		Footnote-renumber-footnotes
\\[Footnote-goto-footnote]		Footnote-goto-footnote
\\[Footnote-delete-footnote]		Footnote-delete-footnote
\\[Footnote-cycle-style]		Footnote-cycle-style
\\[Footnote-back-to-message]		Footnote-back-to-message
\\[Footnote-add-footnote]		Footnote-add-footnote

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (forms-find-file-other-window forms-find-file forms-mode)
;;;;;;  "forms" "forms.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from forms.el

(autoload (quote forms-mode) "forms" "\
Major mode to visit files in a field-structured manner using a form.

Commands:                        Equivalent keys in read-only mode:
 TAB            forms-next-field          TAB
 C-c TAB        forms-next-field
 C-c <          forms-first-record         <
 C-c >          forms-last-record          >
 C-c ?          describe-mode              ?
 C-c C-k        forms-delete-record
 C-c C-q        forms-toggle-read-only     q
 C-c C-o        forms-insert-record
 C-c C-l        forms-jump-record          l
 C-c C-n        forms-next-record          n
 C-c C-p        forms-prev-record          p
 C-c C-r        forms-search-reverse       r
 C-c C-s        forms-search-forward       s
 C-c C-x        forms-exit                 x

\(fn &optional PRIMARY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote forms-find-file) "forms" "\
Visit a file in Forms mode.

\(fn FN)" t nil)

(autoload (quote forms-find-file-other-window) "forms" "\
Visit a file in Forms mode in other window.

\(fn FN)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (fortran-mode fortran-tab-mode-default) "fortran"
;;;;;;  "progmodes/fortran.el" (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/fortran.el

(defvar fortran-tab-mode-default nil "\
*Default tabbing/carriage control style for empty files in Fortran mode.
A non-nil value specifies tab-digit style of continuation control.
A value of nil specifies that continuation lines are marked
with a character in column 6.")

(custom-autoload (quote fortran-tab-mode-default) "fortran" t)

(autoload (quote fortran-mode) "fortran" "\
Major mode for editing Fortran code in fixed format.
For free format code, use `f90-mode'.

\\[fortran-indent-line] indents the current Fortran line correctly.
Note that DO statements must not share a common CONTINUE.

Type ;? or ;\\[help-command] to display a list of built-in abbrevs for Fortran keywords.

Key definitions:
\\{fortran-mode-map}

Variables controlling indentation style and extra features:

`fortran-comment-line-start'
  To use comments starting with `!', set this to the string \"!\".
`fortran-do-indent'
  Extra indentation within DO blocks (default 3).
`fortran-if-indent'
  Extra indentation within IF blocks (default 3).
`fortran-structure-indent'
  Extra indentation within STRUCTURE, UNION, MAP and INTERFACE blocks.
  (default 3)
`fortran-continuation-indent'
  Extra indentation applied to continuation statements (default 5).
`fortran-comment-line-extra-indent'
  Amount of extra indentation for text in full-line comments (default 0).
`fortran-comment-indent-style'
  How to indent the text in full-line comments. Allowed values are:
  nil       don't change the indentation
  fixed     indent to `fortran-comment-line-extra-indent' beyond the
              value of either
                `fortran-minimum-statement-indent-fixed' (fixed format) or
                `fortran-minimum-statement-indent-tab' (TAB format),
              depending on the continuation format in use.
  relative  indent to `fortran-comment-line-extra-indent' beyond the
 	      indentation for a line of code.
  (default 'fixed)
`fortran-comment-indent-char'
  Single-character string to be inserted instead of space for
  full-line comment indentation (default \" \").
`fortran-minimum-statement-indent-fixed'
  Minimum indentation for statements in fixed format mode (default 6).
`fortran-minimum-statement-indent-tab'
  Minimum indentation for statements in TAB format mode (default 9).
`fortran-line-number-indent'
  Maximum indentation for line numbers (default 1).  A line number will
  get less than this much indentation if necessary to avoid reaching
  column 5.
`fortran-check-all-num-for-matching-do'
  Non-nil causes all numbered lines to be treated as possible \"continue\"
  statements (default nil).
`fortran-blink-matching-if'
  Non-nil causes \\[fortran-indent-line] on an ENDIF (or ENDDO) statement
  to blink on the matching IF (or DO [WHILE]).  (default nil)
`fortran-continuation-string'
  Single-character string to be inserted in column 5 of a continuation
  line (default \"$\").
`fortran-comment-region'
  String inserted by \\[fortran-comment-region] at start of each line in
  the region (default \"c$$$\").
`fortran-electric-line-number'
  Non-nil causes line number digits to be moved to the correct column
  as typed (default t).
`fortran-break-before-delimiters'
  Non-nil causes lines to be broken before delimiters (default t).

Turning on Fortran mode calls the value of the variable `fortran-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (fortune fortune-to-signature fortune-compile fortune-from-region
;;;;;;  fortune-add-fortune) "fortune" "play/fortune.el" (17842 55395))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/fortune.el

(autoload (quote fortune-add-fortune) "fortune" "\
Add STRING to a fortune file FILE.

Interactively, if called with a prefix argument,
read the file name to use.  Otherwise use the value of `fortune-file'.

\(fn STRING FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote fortune-from-region) "fortune" "\
Append the current region to a local fortune-like data file.

Interactively, if called with a prefix argument,
read the file name to use.  Otherwise use the value of `fortune-file'.

\(fn BEG END FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote fortune-compile) "fortune" "\
Compile fortune file.

If called with a prefix asks for the FILE to compile, otherwise uses
the value of `fortune-file'.  This currently cannot handle directories.

\(fn &optional FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote fortune-to-signature) "fortune" "\
Create signature from output of the fortune program.

If called with a prefix asks for the FILE to choose the fortune from,
otherwise uses the value of `fortune-file'.  If you want to have fortune
choose from a set of files in a directory, call interactively with prefix
and choose the directory as the fortune-file.

\(fn &optional FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote fortune) "fortune" "\
Display a fortune cookie.

If called with a prefix asks for the FILE to choose the fortune from,
otherwise uses the value of `fortune-file'.  If you want to have fortune
choose from a set of files in a directory, call interactively with prefix
and choose the directory as the fortune-file.

\(fn &optional FILE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gdb-enable-debug gdba) "gdb-ui" "progmodes/gdb-ui.el"
;;;;;;  (17941 38806))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/gdb-ui.el

(autoload (quote gdba) "gdb-ui" "\
Run gdb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger.

If `gdb-many-windows' is nil (the default value) then gdb just
pops up the GUD buffer unless `gdb-show-main' is t.  In this case
it starts with two windows: one displaying the GUD buffer and the
other with the source file with the main routine of the inferior.

If `gdb-many-windows' is t, regardless of the value of
`gdb-show-main', the layout below will appear unless
`gdb-use-separate-io-buffer' is nil when the source buffer
occupies the full width of the frame.  Keybindings are shown in
some of the buffers.

Watch expressions appear in the speedbar/slowbar.

The following commands help control operation :

`gdb-many-windows'    - Toggle the number of windows gdb uses.
`gdb-restore-windows' - To restore the window layout.

See Info node `(emacs)GDB Graphical Interface' for a more
detailed description of this mode.


+----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|                               GDB Toolbar                            |
+-----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
| GUD buffer (I/O of GDB)           | Locals buffer                    |
|                                   |                                  |
|                                   |                                  |
|                                   |                                  |
+-----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
| Source buffer                     | I/O buffer (of debugged program) |
|                                   | (comint-mode)                    |
|                                   |                                  |
|                                   |                                  |
|                                   |                                  |
|                                   |                                  |
|                                   |                                  |
|                                   |                                  |
+-----------------------------------+----------------------------------+
| Stack buffer                      | Breakpoints buffer               |
| RET      gdb-frames-select        | SPC    gdb-toggle-breakpoint     |
|                                   | RET    gdb-goto-breakpoint       |
|                                   | D      gdb-delete-breakpoint     |
+-----------------------------------+----------------------------------+

\(fn COMMAND-LINE)" t nil)

(defvar gdb-enable-debug nil "\
Non-nil means record the process input and output in `gdb-debug-log'.")

(custom-autoload (quote gdb-enable-debug) "gdb-ui" t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (generic-make-keywords-list generic-mode generic-mode-internal
;;;;;;  define-generic-mode) "generic" "emacs-lisp/generic.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/generic.el

(defvar generic-mode-list nil "\
A list of mode names for `generic-mode'.
Do not add entries to this list directly; use `define-generic-mode'
instead (which see).")

(autoload (quote define-generic-mode) "generic" "\
Create a new generic mode MODE.

MODE is the name of the command for the generic mode; don't quote it.
The optional DOCSTRING is the documentation for the mode command.  If
you do not supply it, `define-generic-mode' uses a default
documentation string instead.

COMMENT-LIST is a list in which each element is either a character, a
string of one or two characters, or a cons cell.  A character or a
string is set up in the mode's syntax table as a \"comment starter\".
If the entry is a cons cell, the `car' is set up as a \"comment
starter\" and the `cdr' as a \"comment ender\".  (Use nil for the
latter if you want comments to end at the end of the line.)  Note that
the syntax table has limitations about what comment starters and
enders are actually possible.

KEYWORD-LIST is a list of keywords to highlight with
`font-lock-keyword-face'.  Each keyword should be a string.

FONT-LOCK-LIST is a list of additional expressions to highlight.  Each
element of this list should have the same form as an element of
`font-lock-keywords'.

AUTO-MODE-LIST is a list of regular expressions to add to
`auto-mode-alist'.  These regular expressions are added when Emacs
runs the macro expansion.

FUNCTION-LIST is a list of functions to call to do some additional
setup.  The mode command calls these functions just before it runs the
mode hook `MODE-hook'.

See the file generic-x.el for some examples of `define-generic-mode'.

\(fn MODE COMMENT-LIST KEYWORD-LIST FONT-LOCK-LIST AUTO-MODE-LIST FUNCTION-LIST &optional DOCSTRING)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote generic-mode-internal) "generic" "\
Go into the generic mode MODE.

\(fn MODE COMMENT-LIST KEYWORD-LIST FONT-LOCK-LIST FUNCTION-LIST)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote generic-mode) "generic" "\
Enter generic mode MODE.

Generic modes provide basic comment and font-lock functionality
for \"generic\" files.  (Files which are too small to warrant their
own mode, but have comment characters, keywords, and the like.)

To define a generic-mode, use the function `define-generic-mode'.
Some generic modes are defined in `generic-x.el'.

\(fn MODE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote generic-make-keywords-list) "generic" "\
Return a `font-lock-keywords' construct that highlights KEYWORD-LIST.
KEYWORD-LIST is a list of keyword strings that should be
highlighted with face FACE.  This function calculates a regular
expression that matches these keywords and concatenates it with
PREFIX and SUFFIX.  Then it returns a construct based on this
regular expression that can be used as an element of
`font-lock-keywords'.

\(fn KEYWORD-LIST FACE &optional PREFIX SUFFIX)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (glasses-mode) "glasses" "progmodes/glasses.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/glasses.el

(autoload (quote glasses-mode) "glasses" "\
Minor mode for making identifiers likeThis readable.
When this mode is active, it tries to add virtual separators (like underscores)
at places they belong to.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gmm-tool-bar-from-list gmm-widget-p gmm-error
;;;;;;  gmm-message) "gmm-utils" "gnus/gmm-utils.el" (17934 27588))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gmm-utils.el

(autoload (quote gmm-message) "gmm-utils" "\
If LEVEL is lower than `gmm-verbose' print ARGS using `message'.

Guideline for numbers:
1 - error messages, 3 - non-serious error messages, 5 - messages for things
that take a long time, 7 - not very important messages on stuff, 9 - messages
inside loops.

\(fn LEVEL &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gmm-error) "gmm-utils" "\
Beep an error if LEVEL is equal to or less than `gmm-verbose'.
ARGS are passed to `message'.

\(fn LEVEL &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gmm-widget-p) "gmm-utils" "\
Non-nil iff SYMBOL is a widget.

\(fn SYMBOL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gmm-tool-bar-from-list) "gmm-utils" "\
Make a tool bar from ICON-LIST.

Within each entry of ICON-LIST, the first element is a menu
command, the second element is an icon file name and the third
element is a test function.  You can use \\[describe-key]
<menu-entry> to find out the name of a menu command.  The fourth
and all following elements are passed as the PROPS argument to the
function `tool-bar-local-item'.

If ZAP-LIST is a list, remove those item from the default
`tool-bar-map'.  If it is t, start with a new sparse map.  You
can use \\[describe-key] <icon> to find out the name of an icon
item.  When \\[describe-key] <icon> shows \"<tool-bar> <new-file>
runs the command find-file\", then use `new-file' in ZAP-LIST.

DEFAULT-MAP specifies the default key map for ICON-LIST.

\(fn ICON-LIST ZAP-LIST DEFAULT-MAP)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus gnus-other-frame gnus-slave gnus-no-server
;;;;;;  gnus-slave-no-server) "gnus" "gnus/gnus.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus.el
(when (fboundp 'custom-autoload)
 (custom-autoload 'gnus-select-method "gnus"))

(autoload (quote gnus-slave-no-server) "gnus" "\
Read network news as a slave, without connecting to the local server.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-no-server) "gnus" "\
Read network news.
If ARG is a positive number, Gnus will use that as the startup
level. If ARG is nil, Gnus will be started at level 2.  If ARG is
non-nil and not a positive number, Gnus will prompt the user for the
name of an NNTP server to use.
As opposed to `gnus', this command will not connect to the local
server.

\(fn &optional ARG SLAVE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-slave) "gnus" "\
Read news as a slave.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-other-frame) "gnus" "\
Pop up a frame to read news.
This will call one of the Gnus commands which is specified by the user
option `gnus-other-frame-function' (default `gnus') with the argument
ARG if Gnus is not running, otherwise just pop up a Gnus frame.  The
optional second argument DISPLAY should be a standard display string
such as \"unix:0\" to specify where to pop up a frame.  If DISPLAY is
omitted or the function `make-frame-on-display' is not available, the
current display is used.

\(fn &optional ARG DISPLAY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus) "gnus" "\
Read network news.
If ARG is non-nil and a positive number, Gnus will use that as the
startup level.  If ARG is non-nil and not a positive number, Gnus will
prompt the user for the name of an NNTP server to use.

\(fn &optional ARG DONT-CONNECT SLAVE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-agent-regenerate gnus-agent-batch gnus-agent-batch-fetch
;;;;;;  gnus-agent-find-parameter gnus-agent-possibly-alter-active
;;;;;;  gnus-agent-get-undownloaded-list gnus-agent-delete-group
;;;;;;  gnus-agent-rename-group gnus-agent-possibly-save-gcc gnus-agentize
;;;;;;  gnus-slave-unplugged gnus-plugged gnus-unplugged) "gnus-agent"
;;;;;;  "gnus/gnus-agent.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-agent.el

(autoload (quote gnus-unplugged) "gnus-agent" "\
Start Gnus unplugged.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-plugged) "gnus-agent" "\
Start Gnus plugged.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-slave-unplugged) "gnus-agent" "\
Read news as a slave unplugged.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agentize) "gnus-agent" "\
Allow Gnus to be an offline newsreader.

The gnus-agentize function is now called internally by gnus when
gnus-agent is set.  If you wish to avoid calling gnus-agentize,
customize gnus-agent to nil.

This will modify the `gnus-setup-news-hook', and
`message-send-mail-real-function' variables, and install the Gnus agent
minor mode in all Gnus buffers.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agent-possibly-save-gcc) "gnus-agent" "\
Save GCC if Gnus is unplugged.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agent-rename-group) "gnus-agent" "\
Rename fully-qualified OLD-GROUP as NEW-GROUP.
Always updates the agent, even when disabled, as the old agent
files would corrupt gnus when the agent was next enabled.
Depends upon the caller to determine whether group renaming is
supported.

\(fn OLD-GROUP NEW-GROUP)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agent-delete-group) "gnus-agent" "\
Delete fully-qualified GROUP.
Always updates the agent, even when disabled, as the old agent
files would corrupt gnus when the agent was next enabled.
Depends upon the caller to determine whether group deletion is
supported.

\(fn GROUP)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agent-get-undownloaded-list) "gnus-agent" "\
Construct list of articles that have not been downloaded.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agent-possibly-alter-active) "gnus-agent" "\
Possibly expand a group's active range to include articles
downloaded into the agent.

\(fn GROUP ACTIVE &optional INFO)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agent-find-parameter) "gnus-agent" "\
Search for GROUPs SYMBOL in the group's parameters, the group's
topic parameters, the group's category, or the customizable
variables.  Returns the first non-nil value found.

\(fn GROUP SYMBOL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agent-batch-fetch) "gnus-agent" "\
Start Gnus and fetch session.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agent-batch) "gnus-agent" "\
Start Gnus, send queue and fetch session.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-agent-regenerate) "gnus-agent" "\
Regenerate all agent covered files.
If CLEAN, obsolete (ignore).

\(fn &optional CLEAN REREAD)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-article-prepare-display) "gnus-art" "gnus/gnus-art.el"
;;;;;;  (17960 49045))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-art.el

(autoload (quote gnus-article-prepare-display) "gnus-art" "\
Make the current buffer look like a nice article.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-audio-play) "gnus-audio" "gnus/gnus-audio.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-audio.el

(autoload (quote gnus-audio-play) "gnus-audio" "\
Play a sound FILE through the speaker.

\(fn FILE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-cache-delete-group gnus-cache-rename-group
;;;;;;  gnus-cache-generate-nov-databases gnus-cache-generate-active
;;;;;;  gnus-jog-cache) "gnus-cache" "gnus/gnus-cache.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-cache.el

(autoload (quote gnus-jog-cache) "gnus-cache" "\
Go through all groups and put the articles into the cache.

Usage:
$ emacs -batch -l ~/.emacs -l gnus -f gnus-jog-cache

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-cache-generate-active) "gnus-cache" "\
Generate the cache active file.

\(fn &optional DIRECTORY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-cache-generate-nov-databases) "gnus-cache" "\
Generate NOV files recursively starting in DIR.

\(fn DIR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-cache-rename-group) "gnus-cache" "\
Rename OLD-GROUP as NEW-GROUP.
Always updates the cache, even when disabled, as the old cache
files would corrupt Gnus when the cache was next enabled.  It
depends on the caller to determine whether group renaming is
supported.

\(fn OLD-GROUP NEW-GROUP)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-cache-delete-group) "gnus-cache" "\
Delete GROUP from the cache.
Always updates the cache, even when disabled, as the old cache
files would corrupt gnus when the cache was next enabled.
Depends upon the caller to determine whether group deletion is
supported.

\(fn GROUP)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-delay-initialize gnus-delay-send-queue gnus-delay-article)
;;;;;;  "gnus-delay" "gnus/gnus-delay.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-delay.el

(autoload (quote gnus-delay-article) "gnus-delay" "\
Delay this article by some time.
DELAY is a string, giving the length of the time.  Possible values are:

* <digits><units> for <units> in minutes (`m'), hours (`h'), days (`d'),
  weeks (`w'), months (`M'), or years (`Y');

* YYYY-MM-DD for a specific date.  The time of day is given by the
  variable `gnus-delay-default-hour', minute and second are zero.

* hh:mm for a specific time.  Use 24h format.  If it is later than this
  time, then the deadline is tomorrow, else today.

\(fn DELAY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-delay-send-queue) "gnus-delay" "\
Send all the delayed messages that are due now.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-delay-initialize) "gnus-delay" "\
Initialize the gnus-delay package.
This sets up a key binding in `message-mode' to delay a message.
This tells Gnus to look for delayed messages after getting new news.

The optional arg NO-KEYMAP is ignored.
Checking delayed messages is skipped if optional arg NO-CHECK is non-nil.

\(fn &optional NO-KEYMAP NO-CHECK)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-user-format-function-D gnus-user-format-function-d)
;;;;;;  "gnus-diary" "gnus/gnus-diary.el" (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-diary.el

(autoload (quote gnus-user-format-function-d) "gnus-diary" "\
Not documented

\(fn HEADER)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-user-format-function-D) "gnus-diary" "\
Not documented

\(fn HEADER)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (turn-on-gnus-dired-mode) "gnus-dired" "gnus/gnus-dired.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-dired.el

(autoload (quote turn-on-gnus-dired-mode) "gnus-dired" "\
Convenience method to turn on gnus-dired-mode.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-draft-reminder) "gnus-draft" "gnus/gnus-draft.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-draft.el

(autoload (quote gnus-draft-reminder) "gnus-draft" "\
Reminder user if there are unsent drafts.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-convert-png-to-face gnus-convert-face-to-png
;;;;;;  gnus-face-from-file gnus-x-face-from-file gnus-insert-random-x-face-header
;;;;;;  gnus-random-x-face) "gnus-fun" "gnus/gnus-fun.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-fun.el

(autoload (quote gnus-random-x-face) "gnus-fun" "\
Return X-Face header data chosen randomly from `gnus-x-face-directory'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-insert-random-x-face-header) "gnus-fun" "\
Insert a random X-Face header from `gnus-x-face-directory'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-x-face-from-file) "gnus-fun" "\
Insert an X-Face header based on an image file.

\(fn FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-face-from-file) "gnus-fun" "\
Return a Face header based on an image file.

\(fn FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-convert-face-to-png) "gnus-fun" "\
Convert FACE (which is base64-encoded) to a PNG.
The PNG is returned as a string.

\(fn FACE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-convert-png-to-face) "gnus-fun" "\
Convert FILE to a Face.
FILE should be a PNG file that's 48x48 and smaller than or equal to
726 bytes.

\(fn FILE)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-fetch-group-other-frame gnus-fetch-group)
;;;;;;  "gnus-group" "gnus/gnus-group.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-group.el

(autoload (quote gnus-fetch-group) "gnus-group" "\
Start Gnus if necessary and enter GROUP.
Returns whether the fetching was successful or not.

\(fn GROUP &optional ARTICLES)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-fetch-group-other-frame) "gnus-group" "\
Pop up a frame and enter GROUP.

\(fn GROUP)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-batch-score) "gnus-kill" "gnus/gnus-kill.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-kill.el

(defalias (quote gnus-batch-kill) (quote gnus-batch-score))

(autoload (quote gnus-batch-score) "gnus-kill" "\
Run batched scoring.
Usage: emacs -batch -l ~/.emacs -l gnus -f gnus-batch-score

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-mailing-list-mode gnus-mailing-list-insinuate
;;;;;;  turn-on-gnus-mailing-list-mode) "gnus-ml" "gnus/gnus-ml.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-ml.el

(autoload (quote turn-on-gnus-mailing-list-mode) "gnus-ml" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-mailing-list-insinuate) "gnus-ml" "\
Setup group parameters from List-Post header.
If FORCE is non-nil, replace the old ones.

\(fn &optional FORCE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-mailing-list-mode) "gnus-ml" "\
Minor mode for providing mailing-list commands.

\\{gnus-mailing-list-mode-map}

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-group-split-fancy gnus-group-split gnus-group-split-update
;;;;;;  gnus-group-split-setup) "gnus-mlspl" "gnus/gnus-mlspl.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-mlspl.el

(autoload (quote gnus-group-split-setup) "gnus-mlspl" "\
Set up the split for nnmail-split-fancy.
Sets things up so that nnmail-split-fancy is used for mail
splitting, and defines the variable nnmail-split-fancy according with
group parameters.

If AUTO-UPDATE is non-nil (prefix argument accepted, if called
interactively), it makes sure nnmail-split-fancy is re-computed before
getting new mail, by adding gnus-group-split-update to
nnmail-pre-get-new-mail-hook.

A non-nil CATCH-ALL replaces the current value of
gnus-group-split-default-catch-all-group.  This variable is only used
by gnus-group-split-update, and only when its CATCH-ALL argument is
nil.  This argument may contain any fancy split, that will be added as
the last split in a `|' split produced by gnus-group-split-fancy,
unless overridden by any group marked as a catch-all group.  Typical
uses are as simple as the name of a default mail group, but more
elaborate fancy splits may also be useful to split mail that doesn't
match any of the group-specified splitting rules.  See
`gnus-group-split-fancy' for details.

\(fn &optional AUTO-UPDATE CATCH-ALL)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-group-split-update) "gnus-mlspl" "\
Computes nnmail-split-fancy from group params and CATCH-ALL.
It does this by calling by calling (gnus-group-split-fancy nil
nil CATCH-ALL).

If CATCH-ALL is nil, gnus-group-split-default-catch-all-group is used
instead.  This variable is set by gnus-group-split-setup.

\(fn &optional CATCH-ALL)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-group-split) "gnus-mlspl" "\
Uses information from group parameters in order to split mail.
See `gnus-group-split-fancy' for more information.

gnus-group-split is a valid value for nnmail-split-methods.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-group-split-fancy) "gnus-mlspl" "\
Uses information from group parameters in order to split mail.
It can be embedded into `nnmail-split-fancy' lists with the SPLIT

\(: gnus-group-split-fancy GROUPS NO-CROSSPOST CATCH-ALL)

GROUPS may be a regular expression or a list of group names, that will
be used to select candidate groups.  If it is omitted or nil, all
existing groups are considered.

if NO-CROSSPOST is omitted or nil, a & split will be returned,
otherwise, a | split, that does not allow crossposting, will be
returned.

For each selected group, a SPLIT is composed like this: if SPLIT-SPEC
is specified, this split is returned as-is (unless it is nil: in this
case, the group is ignored).  Otherwise, if TO-ADDRESS, TO-LIST and/or
EXTRA-ALIASES are specified, a regexp that matches any of them is
constructed (extra-aliases may be a list).  Additionally, if
SPLIT-REGEXP is specified, the regexp will be extended so that it
matches this regexp too, and if SPLIT-EXCLUDE is specified, RESTRICT
clauses will be generated.

If CATCH-ALL is nil, no catch-all handling is performed, regardless of
catch-all marks in group parameters.  Otherwise, if there is no
selected group whose SPLIT-REGEXP matches the empty string, nor is
there a selected group whose SPLIT-SPEC is 'catch-all, this fancy
split (say, a group name) will be appended to the returned SPLIT list,
as the last element of a '| SPLIT.

For example, given the following group parameters:

nnml:mail.bar:
\((to-address . \"bar@femail.com\")
 (split-regexp . \".*@femail\\\\.com\"))
nnml:mail.foo:
\((to-list . \"foo@nowhere.gov\")
 (extra-aliases \"foo@localhost\" \"foo-redist@home\")
 (split-exclude \"bugs-foo\" \"rambling-foo\")
 (admin-address . \"foo-request@nowhere.gov\"))
nnml:mail.others:
\((split-spec . catch-all))

Calling (gnus-group-split-fancy nil nil \"mail.others\") returns:

\(| (& (any \"\\\\(bar@femail\\\\.com\\\\|.*@femail\\\\.com\\\\)\"
	   \"mail.bar\")
      (any \"\\\\(foo@nowhere\\\\.gov\\\\|foo@localhost\\\\|foo-redist@home\\\\)\"
	   - \"bugs-foo\" - \"rambling-foo\" \"mail.foo\"))
   \"mail.others\")

\(fn &optional GROUPS NO-CROSSPOST CATCH-ALL)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-change-server) "gnus-move" "gnus/gnus-move.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-move.el

(autoload (quote gnus-change-server) "gnus-move" "\
Move from FROM-SERVER to TO-SERVER.
Update the .newsrc.eld file to reflect the change of nntp server.

\(fn FROM-SERVER TO-SERVER)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-button-reply gnus-button-mailto gnus-msg-mail)
;;;;;;  "gnus-msg" "gnus/gnus-msg.el" (17949 41467))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-msg.el

(autoload (quote gnus-msg-mail) "gnus-msg" "\
Start editing a mail message to be sent.
Like `message-mail', but with Gnus paraphernalia, particularly the
Gcc: header for archiving purposes.

\(fn &optional TO SUBJECT OTHER-HEADERS CONTINUE SWITCH-ACTION YANK-ACTION SEND-ACTIONS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-button-mailto) "gnus-msg" "\
Mail to ADDRESS.

\(fn ADDRESS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-button-reply) "gnus-msg" "\
Like `message-reply'.

\(fn &optional TO-ADDRESS WIDE)" t nil)

(define-mail-user-agent (quote gnus-user-agent) (quote gnus-msg-mail) (quote message-send-and-exit) (quote message-kill-buffer) (quote message-send-hook))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-nocem-load-cache gnus-nocem-scan-groups)
;;;;;;  "gnus-nocem" "gnus/gnus-nocem.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-nocem.el

(autoload (quote gnus-nocem-scan-groups) "gnus-nocem" "\
Scan all NoCeM groups for new NoCeM messages.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-nocem-load-cache) "gnus-nocem" "\
Load the NoCeM cache.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-treat-newsgroups-picon gnus-treat-mail-picon
;;;;;;  gnus-treat-from-picon) "gnus-picon" "gnus/gnus-picon.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-picon.el

(autoload (quote gnus-treat-from-picon) "gnus-picon" "\
Display picons in the From header.
If picons are already displayed, remove them.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-treat-mail-picon) "gnus-picon" "\
Display picons in the Cc and To headers.
If picons are already displayed, remove them.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-treat-newsgroups-picon) "gnus-picon" "\
Display picons in the Newsgroups and Followup-To headers.
If picons are already displayed, remove them.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-add-to-sorted-list gnus-sorted-nunion gnus-sorted-union
;;;;;;  gnus-sorted-nintersection gnus-sorted-range-intersection
;;;;;;  gnus-sorted-intersection gnus-intersection gnus-sorted-complement
;;;;;;  gnus-sorted-ndifference gnus-sorted-difference) "gnus-range"
;;;;;;  "gnus/gnus-range.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-range.el

(autoload (quote gnus-sorted-difference) "gnus-range" "\
Return a list of elements of LIST1 that do not appear in LIST2.
Both lists have to be sorted over <.
The tail of LIST1 is not copied.

\(fn LIST1 LIST2)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-sorted-ndifference) "gnus-range" "\
Return a list of elements of LIST1 that do not appear in LIST2.
Both lists have to be sorted over <.
LIST1 is modified.

\(fn LIST1 LIST2)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-sorted-complement) "gnus-range" "\
Return a list of elements that are in LIST1 or LIST2 but not both.
Both lists have to be sorted over <.

\(fn LIST1 LIST2)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-intersection) "gnus-range" "\
Not documented

\(fn LIST1 LIST2)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-sorted-intersection) "gnus-range" "\
Return intersection of LIST1 and LIST2.
LIST1 and LIST2 have to be sorted over <.

\(fn LIST1 LIST2)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-sorted-range-intersection) "gnus-range" "\
Return intersection of RANGE1 and RANGE2.
RANGE1 and RANGE2 have to be sorted over <.

\(fn RANGE1 RANGE2)" nil nil)

(defalias (quote gnus-set-sorted-intersection) (quote gnus-sorted-nintersection))

(autoload (quote gnus-sorted-nintersection) "gnus-range" "\
Return intersection of LIST1 and LIST2 by modifying cdr pointers of LIST1.
LIST1 and LIST2 have to be sorted over <.

\(fn LIST1 LIST2)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-sorted-union) "gnus-range" "\
Return union of LIST1 and LIST2.
LIST1 and LIST2 have to be sorted over <.

\(fn LIST1 LIST2)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-sorted-nunion) "gnus-range" "\
Return union of LIST1 and LIST2 by modifying cdr pointers of LIST1.
LIST1 and LIST2 have to be sorted over <.

\(fn LIST1 LIST2)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-add-to-sorted-list) "gnus-range" "\
Add NUM into sorted LIST by side effect.

\(fn LIST NUM)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-registry-install-hooks gnus-registry-initialize)
;;;;;;  "gnus-registry" "gnus/gnus-registry.el" (17934 27588))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-registry.el

(autoload (quote gnus-registry-initialize) "gnus-registry" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-registry-install-hooks) "gnus-registry" "\
Install the registry hooks.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-sieve-article-add-rule gnus-sieve-generate
;;;;;;  gnus-sieve-update) "gnus-sieve" "gnus/gnus-sieve.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-sieve.el

(autoload (quote gnus-sieve-update) "gnus-sieve" "\
Update the Sieve script in gnus-sieve-file, by replacing the region
between gnus-sieve-region-start and gnus-sieve-region-end with
\(gnus-sieve-script gnus-sieve-select-method gnus-sieve-crosspost), then
execute gnus-sieve-update-shell-command.
See the documentation for these variables and functions for details.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-sieve-generate) "gnus-sieve" "\
Generate the Sieve script in gnus-sieve-file, by replacing the region
between gnus-sieve-region-start and gnus-sieve-region-end with
\(gnus-sieve-script gnus-sieve-select-method gnus-sieve-crosspost).
See the documentation for these variables and functions for details.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-sieve-article-add-rule) "gnus-sieve" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-batch-brew-soup) "gnus-soup" "gnus/gnus-soup.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-soup.el

(autoload (quote gnus-batch-brew-soup) "gnus-soup" "\
Brew a SOUP packet from groups mention on the command line.
Will use the remaining command line arguments as regular expressions
for matching on group names.

For instance, if you want to brew on all the nnml groups, as well as
groups with \"emacs\" in the name, you could say something like:

$ emacs -batch -f gnus-batch-brew-soup ^nnml \".*emacs.*\"

Note -- this function hasn't been implemented yet.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-update-format) "gnus-spec" "gnus/gnus-spec.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-spec.el

(autoload (quote gnus-update-format) "gnus-spec" "\
Update the format specification near point.

\(fn VAR)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-fixup-nnimap-unread-after-getting-new-news
;;;;;;  gnus-declare-backend) "gnus-start" "gnus/gnus-start.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-start.el

(autoload (quote gnus-declare-backend) "gnus-start" "\
Declare back end NAME with ABILITIES as a Gnus back end.

\(fn NAME &rest ABILITIES)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote gnus-fixup-nnimap-unread-after-getting-new-news) "gnus-start" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-add-configuration) "gnus-win" "gnus/gnus-win.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/gnus-win.el

(autoload (quote gnus-add-configuration) "gnus-win" "\
Add the window configuration CONF to `gnus-buffer-configuration'.

\(fn CONF)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gomoku) "gomoku" "play/gomoku.el" (17941 38806))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/gomoku.el

(autoload (quote gomoku) "gomoku" "\
Start a Gomoku game between you and Emacs.

If a game is in progress, this command allow you to resume it.
If optional arguments N and M are given, an N by M board is used.
If prefix arg is given for N, M is prompted for.

You and Emacs play in turn by marking a free square.  You mark it with X
and Emacs marks it with O. The winner is the first to get five contiguous
marks horizontally, vertically or in diagonal.

You play by moving the cursor over the square you choose and hitting
\\<gomoku-mode-map>\\[gomoku-human-plays].

This program actually plays a simplified or archaic version of the
Gomoku game, and ought to be upgraded to use the full modern rules.

Use \\[describe-mode] for more info.

\(fn &optional N M)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (goto-address goto-address-at-point) "goto-addr"
;;;;;;  "net/goto-addr.el" (17842 55218))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/goto-addr.el

(define-obsolete-function-alias (quote goto-address-at-mouse) (quote goto-address-at-point) "22.1")

(autoload (quote goto-address-at-point) "goto-addr" "\
Send to the e-mail address or load the URL at point.
Send mail to address at point.  See documentation for
`goto-address-find-address-at-point'.  If no address is found
there, then load the URL at or before point.

\(fn &optional EVENT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote goto-address) "goto-addr" "\
Sets up goto-address functionality in the current buffer.
Allows user to use mouse/keyboard command to click to go to a URL
or to send e-mail.
By default, goto-address binds `goto-address-at-point' to mouse-2 and C-c RET
only on URLs and e-mail addresses.

Also fontifies the buffer appropriately (see `goto-address-fontify-p' and
`goto-address-highlight-p' for more information).

\(fn)" t nil)
(put 'goto-address 'safe-local-eval-function t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (rgrep lgrep grep-find grep grep-mode grep-compute-defaults
;;;;;;  grep-process-setup grep-setup-hook grep-find-command grep-command
;;;;;;  grep-window-height) "grep" "progmodes/grep.el" (17944 20144))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/grep.el

(defvar grep-window-height nil "\
*Number of lines in a grep window.  If nil, use `compilation-window-height'.")

(custom-autoload (quote grep-window-height) "grep" t)

(defvar grep-command nil "\
The default grep command for \\[grep].
If the grep program used supports an option to always include file names
in its output (such as the `-H' option to GNU grep), it's a good idea to
include it when specifying `grep-command'.

The default value of this variable is set up by `grep-compute-defaults';
call that function before using this variable in your program.")

(custom-autoload (quote grep-command) "grep" t)

(defvar grep-find-command nil "\
The default find command for \\[grep-find].
The default value of this variable is set up by `grep-compute-defaults';
call that function before using this variable in your program.")

(custom-autoload (quote grep-find-command) "grep" t)

(defvar grep-setup-hook nil "\
List of hook functions run by `grep-process-setup' (see `run-hooks').")

(custom-autoload (quote grep-setup-hook) "grep" t)

(defvar grep-regexp-alist (quote (("^\\(.+?\\)\\(:[ 	]*\\)\\([0-9]+\\)\\2" 1 3) ("^\\(\\(.+?\\):\\([0-9]+\\):\\).*?\\(\\[01;31m\\(?:\\[K\\)?\\)\\(.*?\\)\\(\\[[0-9]*m\\)" 2 3 ((lambda nil (setq compilation-error-screen-columns nil) (- (match-beginning 4) (match-end 1))) lambda nil (- (match-end 5) (match-end 1) (- (match-end 4) (match-beginning 4)))) nil 1) ("^Binary file \\(.+\\) matches$" 1 nil nil 0 1))) "\
Regexp used to match grep hits.  See `compilation-error-regexp-alist'.")

(defvar grep-program "grep" "\
The default grep program for `grep-command' and `grep-find-command'.
This variable's value takes effect when `grep-compute-defaults' is called.")

(defvar find-program "find" "\
The default find program for `grep-find-command'.
This variable's value takes effect when `grep-compute-defaults' is called.")

(defvar grep-find-use-xargs nil "\
Non-nil means that `grep-find' uses the `xargs' utility by default.
If `exec', use `find -exec'.
If `gnu', use `find -print0' and `xargs -0'.
Any other non-nil value means to use `find -print' and `xargs'.

This variable's value takes effect when `grep-compute-defaults' is called.")

(defvar grep-history nil)

(defvar grep-find-history nil)

(autoload (quote grep-process-setup) "grep" "\
Setup compilation variables and buffer for `grep'.
Set up `compilation-exit-message-function' and run `grep-setup-hook'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote grep-compute-defaults) "grep" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote grep-mode) "grep" "\
Sets `grep-last-buffer' and `compilation-window-height'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote grep) "grep" "\
Run grep, with user-specified args, and collect output in a buffer.
While grep runs asynchronously, you can use \\[next-error] (M-x next-error),
or \\<grep-mode-map>\\[compile-goto-error] in the grep output buffer, to go to the lines
where grep found matches.

For doing a recursive `grep', see the `rgrep' command.  For running
`grep' in a specific directory, see `lgrep'.

This command uses a special history list for its COMMAND-ARGS, so you can
easily repeat a grep command.

A prefix argument says to default the argument based upon the current
tag the cursor is over, substituting it into the last grep command
in the grep command history (or into `grep-command'
if that history list is empty).

\(fn COMMAND-ARGS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote grep-find) "grep" "\
Run grep via find, with user-specified args COMMAND-ARGS.
Collect output in a buffer.
While find runs asynchronously, you can use the \\[next-error] command
to find the text that grep hits refer to.

This command uses a special history list for its arguments, so you can
easily repeat a find command.

\(fn COMMAND-ARGS)" t nil)

(defalias (quote find-grep) (quote grep-find))

(autoload (quote lgrep) "grep" "\
Run grep, searching for REGEXP in FILES in directory DIR.
The search is limited to file names matching shell pattern FILES.
FILES may use abbreviations defined in `grep-files-aliases', e.g.
entering `ch' is equivalent to `*.[ch]'.

With \\[universal-argument] prefix, you can edit the constructed shell command line
before it is executed.
With two \\[universal-argument] prefixes, directly edit and run `grep-command'.

Collect output in a buffer.  While grep runs asynchronously, you
can use \\[next-error] (M-x next-error), or \\<grep-mode-map>\\[compile-goto-error]
in the grep output buffer, to go to the lines where grep found matches.

This command shares argument histories with \\[rgrep] and \\[grep].

\(fn REGEXP &optional FILES DIR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote rgrep) "grep" "\
Recursively grep for REGEXP in FILES in directory tree rooted at DIR.
The search is limited to file names matching shell pattern FILES.
FILES may use abbreviations defined in `grep-files-aliases', e.g.
entering `ch' is equivalent to `*.[ch]'.

With \\[universal-argument] prefix, you can edit the constructed shell command line
before it is executed.
With two \\[universal-argument] prefixes, directly edit and run `grep-find-command'.

Collect output in a buffer.  While find runs asynchronously, you
can use \\[next-error] (M-x next-error), or \\<grep-mode-map>\\[compile-goto-error]
in the grep output buffer, to go to the lines where grep found matches.

This command shares argument histories with \\[lgrep] and \\[grep-find].

\(fn REGEXP &optional FILES DIR)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gs-load-image) "gs" "gs.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from gs.el

(autoload (quote gs-load-image) "gs" "\
Load a PS image for display on FRAME.
SPEC is an image specification, IMG-HEIGHT and IMG-WIDTH are width
and height of the image in pixels.  WINDOW-AND-PIXMAP-ID is a string of
the form \"WINDOW-ID PIXMAP-ID\".  Value is non-nil if successful.

\(fn FRAME SPEC IMG-WIDTH IMG-HEIGHT WINDOW-AND-PIXMAP-ID PIXEL-COLORS)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gdb-script-mode jdb pdb perldb xdb dbx sdb gdb)
;;;;;;  "gud" "progmodes/gud.el" (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/gud.el

(autoload (quote gdb) "gud" "\
Run gdb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working
directory and source-file directory for your debugger.  By
default this command starts GDB using a graphical interface.  See
`gdba' for more information.

To run GDB in text command mode, replace the GDB \"--annotate=3\"
option with \"--fullname\" either in the minibuffer for the
current Emacs session, or the custom variable
`gud-gdb-command-name' for all future sessions.  You need to use
text command mode to debug multiple programs within one Emacs
session.

\(fn COMMAND-LINE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote sdb) "gud" "\
Run sdb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger.

\(fn COMMAND-LINE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dbx) "gud" "\
Run dbx on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger.

\(fn COMMAND-LINE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote xdb) "gud" "\
Run xdb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger.

You can set the variable `gud-xdb-directories' to a list of program source
directories if your program contains sources from more than one directory.

\(fn COMMAND-LINE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote perldb) "gud" "\
Run perldb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger.

\(fn COMMAND-LINE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote pdb) "gud" "\
Run pdb on program FILE in buffer `*gud-FILE*'.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger.

\(fn COMMAND-LINE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote jdb) "gud" "\
Run jdb with command line COMMAND-LINE in a buffer.
The buffer is named \"*gud*\" if no initial class is given or
\"*gud-<initial-class-basename>*\" if there is.  If the \"-classpath\"
switch is given, omit all whitespace between it and its value.

See `gud-jdb-use-classpath' and `gud-jdb-classpath' documentation for
information on how jdb accesses source files. Alternatively (if
`gud-jdb-use-classpath' is nil), see `gud-jdb-directories' for the
original source file access method.

For general information about commands available to control jdb from
gud, see `gud-mode'.

\(fn COMMAND-LINE)" t nil)
 (add-hook 'same-window-regexps "\\*gud-.*\\*\\(\\|<[0-9]+>\\)")

(add-to-list (quote auto-mode-alist) (quote ("/\\.gdbinit" . gdb-script-mode)))

(autoload (quote gdb-script-mode) "gud" "\
Major mode for editing GDB scripts

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (handwrite) "handwrite" "play/handwrite.el" (17842
;;;;;;  55395))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/handwrite.el

(autoload (quote handwrite) "handwrite" "\
Turns the buffer into a \"handwritten\" document.
The functions `handwrite-10pt', `handwrite-11pt', `handwrite-12pt'
and `handwrite-13pt' set up for various sizes of output.

Variables: handwrite-linespace     (default 12)
           handwrite-fontsize      (default 11)
           handwrite-numlines      (default 60)
           handwrite-pagenumbering (default nil)

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hanoi-unix-64 hanoi-unix hanoi) "hanoi" "play/hanoi.el"
;;;;;;  (17742 40275))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/hanoi.el

(autoload (quote hanoi) "hanoi" "\
Towers of Hanoi diversion.  Use NRINGS rings.

\(fn NRINGS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote hanoi-unix) "hanoi" "\
Towers of Hanoi, UNIX doomsday version.
Displays 32-ring towers that have been progressing at one move per
second since 1970-01-01 00:00:00 GMT.

Repent before ring 31 moves.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote hanoi-unix-64) "hanoi" "\
Like hanoi-unix, but pretend to have a 64-bit clock.
This is, necessarily (as of Emacs 20.3), a crock.  When the
current-time interface is made s2G-compliant, hanoi.el will need
to be updated.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (scan-buf-previous-region scan-buf-next-region
;;;;;;  scan-buf-move-to-region help-at-pt-display-when-idle help-at-pt-set-timer
;;;;;;  help-at-pt-cancel-timer display-local-help help-at-pt-kbd-string
;;;;;;  help-at-pt-string) "help-at-pt" "help-at-pt.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from help-at-pt.el

(autoload (quote help-at-pt-string) "help-at-pt" "\
Return the help-echo string at point.
Normally, the string produced by the `help-echo' text or overlay
property, or nil, is returned.
If KBD is non-nil, `kbd-help' is used instead, and any
`help-echo' property is ignored.  In this case, the return value
can also be t, if that is the value of the `kbd-help' property.

\(fn &optional KBD)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote help-at-pt-kbd-string) "help-at-pt" "\
Return the keyboard help string at point.
If the `kbd-help' text or overlay property at point produces a
string, return it.  Otherwise, use the `help-echo' property.  If
this produces no string either, return nil.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote display-local-help) "help-at-pt" "\
Display local help in the echo area.
This displays a short help message, namely the string produced by
the `kbd-help' property at point.  If `kbd-help' does not produce
a string, but the `help-echo' property does, then that string is
printed instead.

A numeric argument ARG prevents display of a message in case
there is no help.  While ARG can be used interactively, it is
mainly meant for use from Lisp.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote help-at-pt-cancel-timer) "help-at-pt" "\
Cancel any timer set by `help-at-pt-set-timer'.
This disables `help-at-pt-display-when-idle'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote help-at-pt-set-timer) "help-at-pt" "\
Enable `help-at-pt-display-when-idle'.
This is done by setting a timer, if none is currently active.

\(fn)" t nil)

(defvar help-at-pt-display-when-idle (quote never) "\
*Automatically show local help on point-over.
If the value is t, the string obtained from any `kbd-help' or
`help-echo' property at point is automatically printed in the
echo area, if nothing else is already displayed there, or after a
quit.  If both `kbd-help' and `help-echo' produce help strings,
`kbd-help' is used.  If the value is a list, the help only gets
printed if there is a text or overlay property at point that is
included in this list.  Suggested properties are `keymap',
`local-map', `button' and `kbd-help'.  Any value other than t or
a non-empty list disables the feature.

This variable only takes effect after a call to
`help-at-pt-set-timer'.  The help gets printed after Emacs has
been idle for `help-at-pt-timer-delay' seconds.  You can call
`help-at-pt-cancel-timer' to cancel the timer set by, and the
effect of, `help-at-pt-set-timer'.

When this variable is set through Custom, `help-at-pt-set-timer'
is called automatically, unless the value is `never', in which
case `help-at-pt-cancel-timer' is called.  Specifying an empty
list of properties through Custom will set the timer, thus
enabling buffer local values.  It sets the actual value to nil.
Thus, Custom distinguishes between a nil value and other values
that disable the feature, which Custom identifies with `never'.
The default is `never'.")

(custom-autoload (quote help-at-pt-display-when-idle) "help-at-pt" nil)

(autoload (quote scan-buf-move-to-region) "help-at-pt" "\
Go to the start of the next region with non-nil PROP property.
Then run HOOK, which should be a quoted symbol that is a normal
hook variable, or an expression evaluating to such a symbol.
Adjacent areas with different non-nil PROP properties are
considered different regions.

With numeric argument ARG, move to the start of the ARGth next
such region, then run HOOK.  If ARG is negative, move backward.
If point is already in a region, then that region does not count
toward ARG.  If ARG is 0 and point is inside a region, move to
the start of that region.  If ARG is 0 and point is not in a
region, print a message to that effect, but do not move point and
do not run HOOK.  If there are not enough regions to move over,
an error results and the number of available regions is mentioned
in the error message.  Point is not moved and HOOK is not run.

\(fn PROP &optional ARG HOOK)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote scan-buf-next-region) "help-at-pt" "\
Go to the start of the next region with non-nil help-echo.
Print the help found there using `display-local-help'.  Adjacent
areas with different non-nil help-echo properties are considered
different regions.

With numeric argument ARG, move to the start of the ARGth next
help-echo region.  If ARG is negative, move backward.  If point
is already in a help-echo region, then that region does not count
toward ARG.  If ARG is 0 and point is inside a help-echo region,
move to the start of that region.  If ARG is 0 and point is not
in such a region, just print a message to that effect.  If there
are not enough regions to move over, an error results and the
number of available regions is mentioned in the error message.

A potentially confusing subtlety is that point can be in a
help-echo region without any local help being available.  This is
because `help-echo' can be a function evaluating to nil.  This
rarely happens in practice.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote scan-buf-previous-region) "help-at-pt" "\
Go to the start of the previous region with non-nil help-echo.
Print the help found there using `display-local-help'.  Adjacent
areas with different non-nil help-echo properties are considered
different regions.  With numeric argument ARG, behaves like
`scan-buf-next-region' with argument -ARG..

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (describe-categories describe-syntax describe-variable
;;;;;;  variable-at-point describe-function-1 describe-simplify-lib-file-name
;;;;;;  help-C-file-name describe-function) "help-fns" "help-fns.el"
;;;;;;  (17845 46651))
;;; Generated autoloads from help-fns.el

(autoload (quote describe-function) "help-fns" "\
Display the full documentation of FUNCTION (a symbol).

\(fn FUNCTION)" t nil)

(autoload (quote help-C-file-name) "help-fns" "\
Return the name of the C file where SUBR-OR-VAR is defined.
KIND should be `var' for a variable or `subr' for a subroutine.

\(fn SUBR-OR-VAR KIND)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote describe-simplify-lib-file-name) "help-fns" "\
Simplify a library name FILE to a relative name, and make it a source file.

\(fn FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote describe-function-1) "help-fns" "\
Not documented

\(fn FUNCTION)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote variable-at-point) "help-fns" "\
Return the bound variable symbol found at or before point.
Return 0 if there is no such symbol.
If ANY-SYMBOL is non-nil, don't insist the symbol be bound.

\(fn &optional ANY-SYMBOL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote describe-variable) "help-fns" "\
Display the full documentation of VARIABLE (a symbol).
Returns the documentation as a string, also.
If VARIABLE has a buffer-local value in BUFFER (default to the current buffer),
it is displayed along with the global value.

\(fn VARIABLE &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote describe-syntax) "help-fns" "\
Describe the syntax specifications in the syntax table of BUFFER.
The descriptions are inserted in a help buffer, which is then displayed.
BUFFER defaults to the current buffer.

\(fn &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote describe-categories) "help-fns" "\
Describe the category specifications in the current category table.
The descriptions are inserted in a buffer, which is then displayed.
If BUFFER is non-nil, then describe BUFFER's category table instead.
BUFFER should be a buffer or a buffer name.

\(fn &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (three-step-help) "help-macro" "help-macro.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from help-macro.el

(defvar three-step-help nil "\
*Non-nil means give more info about Help command in three steps.
The three steps are simple prompt, prompt with all options,
and window listing and describing the options.
A value of nil means skip the middle step, so that
\\[help-command] \\[help-command] gives the window that lists the options.")

(custom-autoload (quote three-step-help) "help-macro" t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (help-xref-on-pp help-insert-xref-button help-xref-button
;;;;;;  help-make-xrefs help-setup-xref help-mode-finish help-mode-setup
;;;;;;  help-mode) "help-mode" "help-mode.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from help-mode.el

(autoload (quote help-mode) "help-mode" "\
Major mode for viewing help text and navigating references in it.
Entry to this mode runs the normal hook `help-mode-hook'.
Commands:
\\{help-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote help-mode-setup) "help-mode" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote help-mode-finish) "help-mode" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote help-setup-xref) "help-mode" "\
Invoked from commands using the \"*Help*\" buffer to install some xref info.

ITEM is a (FUNCTION . ARGS) pair appropriate for recreating the help
buffer after following a reference.  INTERACTIVE-P is non-nil if the
calling command was invoked interactively.  In this case the stack of
items for help buffer \"back\" buttons is cleared.

This should be called very early, before the output buffer is cleared,
because we want to record the \"previous\" position of point so we can
restore it properly when going back.

\(fn ITEM INTERACTIVE-P)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote help-make-xrefs) "help-mode" "\
Parse and hyperlink documentation cross-references in the given BUFFER.

Find cross-reference information in a buffer and activate such cross
references for selection with `help-follow'.  Cross-references have
the canonical form `...'  and the type of reference may be
disambiguated by the preceding word(s) used in
`help-xref-symbol-regexp'.  Faces only get cross-referenced if
preceded or followed by the word `face'.  Variables without
variable documentation do not get cross-referenced, unless
preceded by the word `variable' or `option'.

If the variable `help-xref-mule-regexp' is non-nil, find also
cross-reference information related to multilingual environment
\(e.g., coding-systems).  This variable is also used to disambiguate
the type of reference as the same way as `help-xref-symbol-regexp'.

A special reference `back' is made to return back through a stack of
help buffers.  Variable `help-back-label' specifies the text for
that.

\(fn &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote help-xref-button) "help-mode" "\
Make a hyperlink for cross-reference text previously matched.
MATCH-NUMBER is the subexpression of interest in the last matched
regexp.  TYPE is the type of button to use.  Any remaining arguments are
passed to the button's help-function when it is invoked.
See `help-make-xrefs'.

\(fn MATCH-NUMBER TYPE &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote help-insert-xref-button) "help-mode" "\
Insert STRING and make a hyperlink from cross-reference text on it.
TYPE is the type of button to use.  Any remaining arguments are passed
to the button's help-function when it is invoked.
See `help-make-xrefs'.

\(fn STRING TYPE &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote help-xref-on-pp) "help-mode" "\
Add xrefs for symbols in `pp's output between FROM and TO.

\(fn FROM TO)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (Helper-help Helper-describe-bindings) "helper"
;;;;;;  "emacs-lisp/helper.el" (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/helper.el

(autoload (quote Helper-describe-bindings) "helper" "\
Describe local key bindings of current mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote Helper-help) "helper" "\
Provide help for current mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hexlify-buffer hexl-find-file hexl-mode) "hexl"
;;;;;;  "hexl.el" (17844 53657))
;;; Generated autoloads from hexl.el

(autoload (quote hexl-mode) "hexl" "\
\\<hexl-mode-map>A mode for editing binary files in hex dump format.
This is not an ordinary major mode; it alters some aspects
of the current mode's behavior, but not all; also, you can exit
Hexl mode and return to the previous mode using `hexl-mode-exit'.

This function automatically converts a buffer into the hexl format
using the function `hexlify-buffer'.

Each line in the buffer has an \"address\" (displayed in hexadecimal)
representing the offset into the file that the characters on this line
are at and 16 characters from the file (displayed as hexadecimal
values grouped every 16 bits) and as their ASCII values.

If any of the characters (displayed as ASCII characters) are
unprintable (control or meta characters) they will be replaced as
periods.

If `hexl-mode' is invoked with an argument the buffer is assumed to be
in hexl format.

A sample format:

  HEX ADDR: 0001 0203 0405 0607 0809 0a0b 0c0d 0e0f     ASCII-TEXT
  --------  ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----  ----------------
  00000000: 5468 6973 2069 7320 6865 786c 2d6d 6f64  This is hexl-mod
  00000010: 652e 2020 4561 6368 206c 696e 6520 7265  e.  Each line re
  00000020: 7072 6573 656e 7473 2031 3620 6279 7465  presents 16 byte
  00000030: 7320 6173 2068 6578 6164 6563 696d 616c  s as hexadecimal
  00000040: 2041 5343 4949 0a61 6e64 2070 7269 6e74   ASCII.and print
  00000050: 6162 6c65 2041 5343 4949 2063 6861 7261  able ASCII chara
  00000060: 6374 6572 732e 2020 416e 7920 636f 6e74  cters.  Any cont
  00000070: 726f 6c20 6f72 206e 6f6e 2d41 5343 4949  rol or non-ASCII
  00000080: 2063 6861 7261 6374 6572 730a 6172 6520   characters.are
  00000090: 6469 7370 6c61 7965 6420 6173 2070 6572  displayed as per
  000000a0: 696f 6473 2069 6e20 7468 6520 7072 696e  iods in the prin
  000000b0: 7461 626c 6520 6368 6172 6163 7465 7220  table character
  000000c0: 7265 6769 6f6e 2e0a                      region..

Movement is as simple as movement in a normal Emacs text buffer.  Most
cursor movement bindings are the same (ie. Use \\[hexl-backward-char], \\[hexl-forward-char], \\[hexl-next-line], and \\[hexl-previous-line]
to move the cursor left, right, down, and up).

Advanced cursor movement commands (ala \\[hexl-beginning-of-line], \\[hexl-end-of-line], \\[hexl-beginning-of-buffer], and \\[hexl-end-of-buffer]) are
also supported.

There are several ways to change text in hexl mode:

ASCII characters (character between space (0x20) and tilde (0x7E)) are
bound to self-insert so you can simply type the character and it will
insert itself (actually overstrike) into the buffer.

\\[hexl-quoted-insert] followed by another keystroke allows you to insert the key even if
it isn't bound to self-insert.  An octal number can be supplied in place
of another key to insert the octal number's ASCII representation.

\\[hexl-insert-hex-char] will insert a given hexadecimal value (if it is between 0 and 0xFF)
into the buffer at the current point.

\\[hexl-insert-octal-char] will insert a given octal value (if it is between 0 and 0377)
into the buffer at the current point.

\\[hexl-insert-decimal-char] will insert a given decimal value (if it is between 0 and 255)
into the buffer at the current point.

\\[hexl-mode-exit] will exit hexl-mode.

Note: saving the file with any of the usual Emacs commands
will actually convert it back to binary format while saving.

You can use \\[hexl-find-file] to visit a file in Hexl mode.

\\[describe-bindings] for advanced commands.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote hexl-find-file) "hexl" "\
Edit file FILENAME as a binary file in hex dump format.
Switch to a buffer visiting file FILENAME, creating one if none exists,
and edit the file in `hexl-mode'.

\(fn FILENAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote hexlify-buffer) "hexl" "\
Convert a binary buffer to hexl format.
This discards the buffer's undo information.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (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"
;;;;;;  (17992 30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from hi-lock.el

(autoload (quote hi-lock-mode) "hi-lock" "\
Toggle minor mode for interactively adding font-lock highlighting patterns.

If ARG positive, turn hi-lock on.  Issuing a hi-lock command will also
turn hi-lock on.  To turn hi-lock on in all buffers use
`global-hi-lock-mode' or in your .emacs file (global-hi-lock-mode 1).
When hi-lock is turned on, a \"Regexp Highlighting\" submenu is added
to the \"Edit\" menu.  The commands in the submenu, which can be
called interactively, are:

\\[highlight-regexp] REGEXP FACE
  Highlight matches of pattern REGEXP in current buffer with FACE.

\\[highlight-phrase] PHRASE FACE
  Highlight matches of phrase PHRASE in current buffer with FACE.
  (PHRASE can be any REGEXP, but spaces will be replaced by matches
  to whitespace and initial lower-case letters will become case insensitive.)

\\[highlight-lines-matching-regexp] REGEXP FACE
  Highlight lines containing matches of REGEXP in current buffer with FACE.

\\[unhighlight-regexp] REGEXP
  Remove highlighting on matches of REGEXP in current buffer.

\\[hi-lock-write-interactive-patterns]
  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. 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 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
\(number of characters into buffer) `hi-lock-file-patterns-range'.
Patterns will be read until
 Hi-lock: end
is found.  A mode is excluded if it's in the list `hi-lock-exclude-modes'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(defvar global-hi-lock-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Global-Hi-Lock mode is enabled.
See the command `global-hi-lock-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
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 possible buffer.
With prefix ARG, turn Global-Hi-Lock mode on if and only if ARG is positive.
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)

(defalias (quote highlight-lines-matching-regexp) (quote hi-lock-line-face-buffer))

(autoload (quote hi-lock-line-face-buffer) "hi-lock" "\
Set face of all lines containing a match of REGEXP to FACE.

Interactively, prompt for REGEXP then FACE.  Buffer-local history
list maintained for regexps, global history maintained for faces.
\\<minibuffer-local-map>Use \\[next-history-element] and \\[previous-history-element] to retrieve next or previous history item.
\(See info node `Minibuffer History'.)

\(fn REGEXP &optional FACE)" t nil)

(defalias (quote highlight-regexp) (quote hi-lock-face-buffer))

(autoload (quote hi-lock-face-buffer) "hi-lock" "\
Set face of each match of REGEXP to FACE.

Interactively, prompt for REGEXP then FACE.  Buffer-local history
list maintained for regexps, global history maintained for faces.
\\<minibuffer-local-map>Use \\[next-history-element] and \\[previous-history-element] to retrieve next or previous history item.
\(See info node `Minibuffer History'.)

\(fn REGEXP &optional FACE)" t nil)

(defalias (quote highlight-phrase) (quote hi-lock-face-phrase-buffer))

(autoload (quote hi-lock-face-phrase-buffer) "hi-lock" "\
Set face of each match of phrase REGEXP to FACE.

Whitespace in REGEXP converted to arbitrary whitespace and initial
lower-case letters made case insensitive.

\(fn REGEXP &optional FACE)" t nil)

(defalias (quote unhighlight-regexp) (quote hi-lock-unface-buffer))

(autoload (quote hi-lock-unface-buffer) "hi-lock" "\
Remove highlighting of each match to REGEXP set by hi-lock.

Interactively, prompt for REGEXP.  Buffer-local history of inserted
regexp's maintained.  Will accept only regexps inserted by hi-lock
interactive functions.  (See `hi-lock-interactive-patterns'.)
\\<minibuffer-local-must-match-map>Use \\[minibuffer-complete] to complete a partially typed regexp.
\(See info node `Minibuffer History'.)

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote hi-lock-write-interactive-patterns) "hi-lock" "\
Write interactively added patterns, if any, into buffer at point.

Interactively added patterns are those normally specified using
`highlight-regexp' and `highlight-lines-matching-regexp'; they can
be found in variable `hi-lock-interactive-patterns'.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hide-ifdef-lines hide-ifdef-read-only hide-ifdef-initially
;;;;;;  hide-ifdef-mode) "hideif" "progmodes/hideif.el" (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/hideif.el

(autoload (quote hide-ifdef-mode) "hideif" "\
Toggle Hide-Ifdef mode.  This is a minor mode, albeit a large one.
With ARG, turn Hide-Ifdef mode on if arg is positive, off otherwise.
In Hide-Ifdef mode, code within #ifdef constructs that the C preprocessor
would eliminate may be hidden from view.  Several variables affect
how the hiding is done:

`hide-ifdef-env'
	An association list of defined and undefined symbols for the
	current buffer.  Initially, the global value of `hide-ifdef-env'
	is used.

`hide-ifdef-define-alist'
	An association list of defined symbol lists.
        Use `hide-ifdef-set-define-alist' to save the current `hide-ifdef-env'
        and `hide-ifdef-use-define-alist' to set the current `hide-ifdef-env'
        from one of the lists in `hide-ifdef-define-alist'.

`hide-ifdef-lines'
	Set to non-nil to not show #if, #ifdef, #ifndef, #else, and
	#endif lines when hiding.

`hide-ifdef-initially'
	Indicates whether `hide-ifdefs' should be called when Hide-Ifdef mode
	is activated.

`hide-ifdef-read-only'
	Set to non-nil if you want to make buffers read only while hiding.
	After `show-ifdefs', read-only status is restored to previous value.

\\{hide-ifdef-mode-map}

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(defvar hide-ifdef-initially nil "\
*Non-nil means call `hide-ifdefs' when Hide-Ifdef mode is first activated.")

(custom-autoload (quote hide-ifdef-initially) "hideif" t)

(defvar hide-ifdef-read-only nil "\
*Set to non-nil if you want buffer to be read-only while hiding text.")

(custom-autoload (quote hide-ifdef-read-only) "hideif" t)

(defvar hide-ifdef-lines nil "\
*Non-nil means hide the #ifX, #else, and #endif lines.")

(custom-autoload (quote hide-ifdef-lines) "hideif" t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (turn-off-hideshow hs-minor-mode) "hideshow" "progmodes/hideshow.el"
;;;;;;  (17934 43341))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/hideshow.el

(defvar hs-special-modes-alist (quote ((c-mode "{" "}" "/[*/]" nil hs-c-like-adjust-block-beginning) (c++-mode "{" "}" "/[*/]" nil hs-c-like-adjust-block-beginning) (bibtex-mode ("^@\\S(*\\(\\s(\\)" 1)) (java-mode "{" "}" "/[*/]" nil hs-c-like-adjust-block-beginning))) "\
*Alist for initializing the hideshow variables for different modes.
Each element has the form
  (MODE START END COMMENT-START FORWARD-SEXP-FUNC ADJUST-BEG-FUNC).

If non-nil, hideshow will use these values as regexps to define blocks
and comments, respectively for major mode MODE.

START, END and COMMENT-START are regular expressions.  A block is
defined as text surrounded by START and END.

As a special case, START may be a list of the form (COMPLEX-START
MDATA-SELECTOR), where COMPLEX-START is a regexp w/ multiple parts and
MDATA-SELECTOR an integer that specifies which sub-match is the proper
place to adjust point, before calling `hs-forward-sexp-func'.  Point
is adjusted to the beginning of the specified match.  For example,
see the `hs-special-modes-alist' entry for `bibtex-mode'.

For some major modes, `forward-sexp' does not work properly.  In those
cases, FORWARD-SEXP-FUNC specifies another function to use instead.

See the documentation for `hs-adjust-block-beginning' to see what is the
use of ADJUST-BEG-FUNC.

If any of the elements is left nil or omitted, hideshow tries to guess
appropriate values.  The regexps should not contain leading or trailing
whitespace.  Case does not matter.")

(autoload (quote hs-minor-mode) "hideshow" "\
Toggle hideshow minor mode.
With ARG, turn hideshow minor mode on if ARG is positive, off otherwise.
When hideshow minor mode is on, the menu bar is augmented with hideshow
commands and the hideshow commands are enabled.
The value '(hs . t) is added to `buffer-invisibility-spec'.

The main commands are: `hs-hide-all', `hs-show-all', `hs-hide-block',
`hs-show-block', `hs-hide-level' and `hs-toggle-hiding'.  There is also
`hs-hide-initial-comment-block' and `hs-mouse-toggle-hiding'.

Turning hideshow minor mode off reverts the menu bar and the
variables to default values and disables the hideshow commands.

Lastly, the normal hook `hs-minor-mode-hook' is run using `run-hooks'.

Key bindings:
\\{hs-minor-mode-map}

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote turn-off-hideshow) "hideshow" "\
Unconditionally turn off `hs-minor-mode'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (global-highlight-changes highlight-compare-with-file
;;;;;;  highlight-compare-buffers highlight-changes-rotate-faces
;;;;;;  highlight-changes-previous-change highlight-changes-next-change
;;;;;;  highlight-changes-mode highlight-changes-remove-highlight)
;;;;;;  "hilit-chg" "hilit-chg.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from hilit-chg.el

(autoload (quote highlight-changes-remove-highlight) "hilit-chg" "\
Remove the change face from the region between BEG and END.
This allows you to manually remove highlighting from uninteresting changes.

\(fn BEG END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote highlight-changes-mode) "hilit-chg" "\
Toggle (or initially set) Highlight Changes mode.

Without an argument:
  If Highlight Changes mode is not enabled, then enable it (in either active
  or passive state as determined by the variable
  `highlight-changes-initial-state'); otherwise, toggle between active
  and passive state.

With an argument ARG:
  If ARG is positive, set state to active;
  If ARG is zero, set state to passive;
  If ARG is negative, disable Highlight Changes mode completely.

Active state  - means changes are shown in a distinctive face.
Passive state - means changes are kept and new ones recorded but are
		not displayed in a different face.

Functions:
\\[highlight-changes-next-change] - move point to beginning of next change
\\[highlight-changes-previous-change] - move to beginning of previous change
\\[highlight-compare-with-file] - mark text as changed by comparing this
	buffer with the contents of a file
\\[highlight-changes-remove-highlight] - remove the change face from the region
\\[highlight-changes-rotate-faces] - rotate different \"ages\" of changes through
	various faces

Hook variables:
`highlight-changes-enable-hook'  - when enabling Highlight Changes mode
`highlight-changes-toggle-hook'  - when entering active or passive state
`highlight-changes-disable-hook' - when turning off Highlight Changes mode

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote highlight-changes-next-change) "hilit-chg" "\
Move to the beginning of the next change, if in Highlight Changes mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote highlight-changes-previous-change) "hilit-chg" "\
Move to the beginning of the previous change, if in Highlight Changes mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote highlight-changes-rotate-faces) "hilit-chg" "\
Rotate the faces used by Highlight Changes mode.

Current changes are displayed in the face described by the first element
of `highlight-changes-face-list', one level older changes are shown in
face described by the second element, and so on.  Very old changes remain
shown in the last face in the list.

You can automatically rotate colors when the buffer is saved by adding
this function to `write-file-functions' as a buffer-local value.  To do
this, eval the following in the buffer to be saved:

  (add-hook 'write-file-functions 'highlight-changes-rotate-faces nil t)

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote highlight-compare-buffers) "hilit-chg" "\
Compare two buffers and highlight the differences.

The default is the current buffer and the one in the next window.

If either buffer is modified and is visiting a file, you are prompted
to save the file.

Unless the buffer is unmodified and visiting a file, the buffer is
written to a temporary file for comparison.

If a buffer is read-only, differences will be highlighted but no property
changes are made, so \\[highlight-changes-next-change] and
\\[highlight-changes-previous-change] will not work.

\(fn BUF-A BUF-B)" t nil)

(autoload (quote highlight-compare-with-file) "hilit-chg" "\
Compare this buffer with a file, and highlight differences.

If the buffer has a backup filename, it is used as the default when
this function is called interactively.

If the current buffer is visiting the file being compared against, it
also will have its differences highlighted.  Otherwise, the file is
read in temporarily but the buffer is deleted.

If the buffer is read-only, differences will be highlighted but no property
changes are made, so \\[highlight-changes-next-change] and
\\[highlight-changes-previous-change] will not work.

\(fn FILE-B)" t nil)

(autoload (quote global-highlight-changes) "hilit-chg" "\
Turn on or off global Highlight Changes mode.

When called interactively:
- if no prefix, toggle global Highlight Changes mode on or off
- if called with a positive prefix (or just C-u) turn it on in active mode
- if called with a zero prefix turn it on in passive mode
- if called with a negative prefix turn it off

When called from a program:
- if ARG is nil or omitted, turn it off
- if ARG is `active', turn it on in active mode
- if ARG is `passive', turn it on in passive mode
- otherwise just turn it on

When global Highlight Changes mode is enabled, Highlight Changes mode is turned
on for future \"suitable\" buffers (and for \"suitable\" existing buffers if
variable `highlight-changes-global-changes-existing-buffers' is non-nil).
\"Suitability\" is determined by variable `highlight-changes-global-modes'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (make-hippie-expand-function hippie-expand hippie-expand-only-buffers
;;;;;;  hippie-expand-ignore-buffers hippie-expand-max-buffers hippie-expand-no-restriction
;;;;;;  hippie-expand-dabbrev-as-symbol hippie-expand-dabbrev-skip-space
;;;;;;  hippie-expand-verbose hippie-expand-try-functions-list) "hippie-exp"
;;;;;;  "hippie-exp.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from hippie-exp.el

(defvar hippie-expand-try-functions-list (quote (try-complete-file-name-partially try-complete-file-name try-expand-all-abbrevs try-expand-list try-expand-line try-expand-dabbrev try-expand-dabbrev-all-buffers try-expand-dabbrev-from-kill try-complete-lisp-symbol-partially try-complete-lisp-symbol)) "\
The list of expansion functions tried in order by `hippie-expand'.
To change the behavior of `hippie-expand', remove, change the order of,
or insert functions in this list.")

(custom-autoload (quote hippie-expand-try-functions-list) "hippie-exp" t)

(defvar hippie-expand-verbose t "\
*Non-nil makes `hippie-expand' output which function it is trying.")

(custom-autoload (quote hippie-expand-verbose) "hippie-exp" t)

(defvar hippie-expand-dabbrev-skip-space nil "\
*Non-nil means tolerate trailing spaces in the abbreviation to expand.")

(custom-autoload (quote hippie-expand-dabbrev-skip-space) "hippie-exp" t)

(defvar hippie-expand-dabbrev-as-symbol t "\
*Non-nil means expand as symbols, i.e. syntax `_' is considered a letter.")

(custom-autoload (quote hippie-expand-dabbrev-as-symbol) "hippie-exp" t)

(defvar hippie-expand-no-restriction t "\
*Non-nil means that narrowed buffers are widened during search.")

(custom-autoload (quote hippie-expand-no-restriction) "hippie-exp" t)

(defvar hippie-expand-max-buffers nil "\
*The maximum number of buffers (apart from the current) searched.
If nil, all buffers are searched.")

(custom-autoload (quote hippie-expand-max-buffers) "hippie-exp" t)

(defvar hippie-expand-ignore-buffers (quote ("^ \\*.*\\*$" dired-mode)) "\
*A list specifying which buffers not to search (if not current).
Can contain both regexps matching buffer names (as strings) and major modes
\(as atoms)")

(custom-autoload (quote hippie-expand-ignore-buffers) "hippie-exp" t)

(defvar hippie-expand-only-buffers nil "\
*A list specifying the only buffers to search (in addition to current).
Can contain both regexps matching buffer names (as strings) and major modes
\(as atoms).  If non-nil, this variable overrides the variable
`hippie-expand-ignore-buffers'.")

(custom-autoload (quote hippie-expand-only-buffers) "hippie-exp" t)

(autoload (quote hippie-expand) "hippie-exp" "\
Try to expand text before point, using multiple methods.
The expansion functions in `hippie-expand-try-functions-list' are
tried in order, until a possible expansion is found.  Repeated
application of `hippie-expand' inserts successively possible
expansions.
With a positive numeric argument, jumps directly to the ARG next
function in this list.  With a negative argument or just \\[universal-argument],
undoes the expansion.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote make-hippie-expand-function) "hippie-exp" "\
Construct a function similar to `hippie-expand'.
Make it use the expansion functions in TRY-LIST.  An optional second
argument VERBOSE non-nil makes the function verbose.

\(fn TRY-LIST &optional VERBOSE)" nil (quote macro))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (global-hl-line-mode hl-line-mode) "hl-line" "hl-line.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from hl-line.el

(autoload (quote hl-line-mode) "hl-line" "\
Buffer-local minor mode to highlight the line about point.
With ARG, turn Hl-Line mode on if ARG is positive, off otherwise.

If `hl-line-sticky-flag' is non-nil, Hl-Line mode highlights the
line about the buffer's point in all windows.  Caveat: the
buffer's point might be different from the point of a
non-selected window.  Hl-Line mode uses the function
`hl-line-highlight' on `post-command-hook' in this case.

When `hl-line-sticky-flag' is nil, Hl-Line mode highlights the
line about point in the selected window only.  In this case, it
uses the function `hl-line-unhighlight' on `pre-command-hook' in
addition to `hl-line-highlight' on `post-command-hook'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(defvar global-hl-line-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Global-Hl-Line mode is enabled.
See the command `global-hl-line-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `global-hl-line-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote global-hl-line-mode) "hl-line" nil)

(autoload (quote global-hl-line-mode) "hl-line" "\
Global minor mode to highlight the line about point in the current window.
With ARG, turn Global-Hl-Line mode on if ARG is positive, off otherwise.

Global-Hl-Line mode uses the functions `global-hl-line-unhighlight' and
`global-hl-line-highlight' on `pre-command-hook' and `post-command-hook'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (list-holidays holidays) "holidays" "calendar/holidays.el"
;;;;;;  (17956 13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/holidays.el

(autoload (quote holidays) "holidays" "\
Display the holidays for last month, this month, and next month.
If called with an optional prefix argument, prompts for month and year.

This function is suitable for execution in a .emacs file.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote list-holidays) "holidays" "\
Display holidays for years Y1 to Y2 (inclusive).

The optional list of holidays L defaults to `calendar-holidays'.
If you want to control what holidays are displayed, use a
different list.  For example,

  (list-holidays 2006 2006
    (append general-holidays local-holidays other-holidays))

will display holidays for the year 2006 defined in the 3
mentioned lists, and nothing else.

When called interactively, this command offers a choice of
holidays, based on the variables `solar-holidays' etc.  See the
documentation of `calendar-holidays' for a list of the variables
that control the choices, as well as a description of the format
of a holiday list.

The optional LABEL is used to label the buffer created.

\(fn Y1 Y2 &optional L LABEL)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (html2text) "html2text" "gnus/html2text.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/html2text.el

(autoload (quote html2text) "html2text" "\
Convert HTML to plain text in the current buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ibuffer-do-occur ibuffer-mark-dired-buffers ibuffer-mark-read-only-buffers
;;;;;;  ibuffer-mark-special-buffers ibuffer-mark-old-buffers ibuffer-mark-compressed-file-buffers
;;;;;;  ibuffer-mark-help-buffers ibuffer-mark-dissociated-buffers
;;;;;;  ibuffer-mark-unsaved-buffers ibuffer-mark-modified-buffers
;;;;;;  ibuffer-mark-by-mode ibuffer-mark-by-file-name-regexp ibuffer-mark-by-mode-regexp
;;;;;;  ibuffer-mark-by-name-regexp ibuffer-copy-filename-as-kill
;;;;;;  ibuffer-diff-with-file ibuffer-jump-to-buffer ibuffer-do-kill-lines
;;;;;;  ibuffer-backwards-next-marked ibuffer-forward-next-marked
;;;;;;  ibuffer-add-to-tmp-show ibuffer-add-to-tmp-hide ibuffer-bs-show
;;;;;;  ibuffer-invert-sorting ibuffer-toggle-sorting-mode ibuffer-switch-to-saved-filters
;;;;;;  ibuffer-add-saved-filters ibuffer-delete-saved-filters ibuffer-save-filters
;;;;;;  ibuffer-or-filter ibuffer-negate-filter ibuffer-exchange-filters
;;;;;;  ibuffer-decompose-filter ibuffer-pop-filter ibuffer-filter-disable
;;;;;;  ibuffer-switch-to-saved-filter-groups ibuffer-delete-saved-filter-groups
;;;;;;  ibuffer-save-filter-groups ibuffer-yank-filter-group ibuffer-yank
;;;;;;  ibuffer-kill-line ibuffer-kill-filter-group ibuffer-jump-to-filter-group
;;;;;;  ibuffer-clear-filter-groups ibuffer-decompose-filter-group
;;;;;;  ibuffer-pop-filter-group ibuffer-set-filter-groups-by-mode
;;;;;;  ibuffer-filters-to-filter-group ibuffer-included-in-filters-p
;;;;;;  ibuffer-backward-filter-group ibuffer-forward-filter-group
;;;;;;  ibuffer-toggle-filter-group ibuffer-mouse-toggle-filter-group
;;;;;;  ibuffer-interactive-filter-by-mode ibuffer-mouse-filter-by-mode
;;;;;;  ibuffer-auto-mode) "ibuf-ext" "ibuf-ext.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from ibuf-ext.el

(autoload (quote ibuffer-auto-mode) "ibuf-ext" "\
Toggle use of Ibuffer's auto-update facility.
With numeric ARG, enable auto-update if and only if ARG is positive.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mouse-filter-by-mode) "ibuf-ext" "\
Enable or disable filtering by the major mode chosen via mouse.

\(fn EVENT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-interactive-filter-by-mode) "ibuf-ext" "\
Enable or disable filtering by the major mode at point.

\(fn EVENT-OR-POINT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mouse-toggle-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Toggle the display status of the filter group chosen with the mouse.

\(fn EVENT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-toggle-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Toggle the display status of the filter group on this line.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-forward-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Move point forwards by COUNT filtering groups.

\(fn &optional COUNT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-backward-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Move point backwards by COUNT filtering groups.

\(fn &optional COUNT)" t nil)
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-shell-command-pipe "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-shell-command-pipe-replace "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-shell-command-file "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-eval "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-view-and-eval "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-rename-uniquely "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-revert "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-replace-regexp "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-query-replace "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-query-replace-regexp "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-print "ibuf-ext")

(autoload (quote ibuffer-included-in-filters-p) "ibuf-ext" "\
Not documented

\(fn BUF FILTERS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-filters-to-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Make the current filters into a filtering group.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-set-filter-groups-by-mode) "ibuf-ext" "\
Set the current filter groups to filter by mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-pop-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Remove the first filter group.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-decompose-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Decompose the filter group GROUP into active filters.

\(fn GROUP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-clear-filter-groups) "ibuf-ext" "\
Remove all filter groups.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-jump-to-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Move point to the filter group whose name is NAME.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-kill-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Kill the filter group named NAME.
The group will be added to `ibuffer-filter-group-kill-ring'.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-kill-line) "ibuf-ext" "\
Kill the filter group at point.
See also `ibuffer-kill-filter-group'.

\(fn &optional ARG INTERACTIVE-P)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-yank) "ibuf-ext" "\
Yank the last killed filter group before group at point.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-yank-filter-group) "ibuf-ext" "\
Yank the last killed filter group before group named NAME.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-save-filter-groups) "ibuf-ext" "\
Save all active filter groups GROUPS as NAME.
They are added to `ibuffer-saved-filter-groups'.  Interactively,
prompt for NAME, and use the current filters.

\(fn NAME GROUPS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-delete-saved-filter-groups) "ibuf-ext" "\
Delete saved filter groups with NAME.
They are removed from `ibuffer-saved-filter-groups'.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-switch-to-saved-filter-groups) "ibuf-ext" "\
Set this buffer's filter groups to saved version with NAME.
The value from `ibuffer-saved-filters' is used.
If prefix argument ADD is non-nil, then add the saved filters instead
of replacing the current filters.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-filter-disable) "ibuf-ext" "\
Disable all filters currently in effect in this buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-pop-filter) "ibuf-ext" "\
Remove the top filter in this buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-decompose-filter) "ibuf-ext" "\
Separate the top compound filter (OR, NOT, or SAVED) in this buffer.

This means that the topmost filter on the filtering stack, which must
be a complex filter like (OR [name: foo] [mode: bar-mode]), will be
turned into two separate filters [name: foo] and [mode: bar-mode].

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-exchange-filters) "ibuf-ext" "\
Exchange the top two filters on the stack in this buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-negate-filter) "ibuf-ext" "\
Negate the sense of the top filter in the current buffer.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-or-filter) "ibuf-ext" "\
Replace the top two filters in this buffer with their logical OR.
If optional argument REVERSE is non-nil, instead break the top OR
filter into parts.

\(fn &optional REVERSE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-save-filters) "ibuf-ext" "\
Save FILTERS in this buffer with name NAME in `ibuffer-saved-filters'.
Interactively, prompt for NAME, and use the current filters.

\(fn NAME FILTERS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-delete-saved-filters) "ibuf-ext" "\
Delete saved filters with NAME from `ibuffer-saved-filters'.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-add-saved-filters) "ibuf-ext" "\
Add saved filters from `ibuffer-saved-filters' to this buffer's filters.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-switch-to-saved-filters) "ibuf-ext" "\
Set this buffer's filters to filters with NAME from `ibuffer-saved-filters'.
If prefix argument ADD is non-nil, then add the saved filters instead
of replacing the current filters.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)
 (autoload 'ibuffer-filter-by-mode "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-filter-by-used-mode "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-filter-by-name "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-filter-by-filename "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-filter-by-size-gt  "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-filter-by-size-lt  "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-filter-by-content "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-filter-by-predicate "ibuf-ext")

(autoload (quote ibuffer-toggle-sorting-mode) "ibuf-ext" "\
Toggle the current sorting mode.
Default sorting modes are:
 Recency - the last time the buffer was viewed
 Name - the name of the buffer
 Major Mode - the name of the major mode of the buffer
 Size - the size of the buffer

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-invert-sorting) "ibuf-ext" "\
Toggle whether or not sorting is in reverse order.

\(fn)" t nil)
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-sort-by-major-mode "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-sort-by-mode-name "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-sort-by-alphabetic "ibuf-ext")
 (autoload 'ibuffer-do-sort-by-size "ibuf-ext")

(autoload (quote ibuffer-bs-show) "ibuf-ext" "\
Emulate `bs-show' from the bs.el package.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-add-to-tmp-hide) "ibuf-ext" "\
Add REGEXP to `ibuffer-tmp-hide-regexps'.
This means that buffers whose name matches REGEXP will not be shown
for this Ibuffer session.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-add-to-tmp-show) "ibuf-ext" "\
Add REGEXP to `ibuffer-tmp-show-regexps'.
This means that buffers whose name matches REGEXP will always be shown
for this Ibuffer session.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-forward-next-marked) "ibuf-ext" "\
Move forward by COUNT marked buffers (default 1).

If MARK is non-nil, it should be a character denoting the type of mark
to move by.  The default is `ibuffer-marked-char'.

If DIRECTION is non-nil, it should be an integer; negative integers
mean move backwards, non-negative integers mean move forwards.

\(fn &optional COUNT MARK DIRECTION)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-backwards-next-marked) "ibuf-ext" "\
Move backwards by COUNT marked buffers (default 1).

If MARK is non-nil, it should be a character denoting the type of mark
to move by.  The default is `ibuffer-marked-char'.

\(fn &optional COUNT MARK)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-do-kill-lines) "ibuf-ext" "\
Hide all of the currently marked lines.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-jump-to-buffer) "ibuf-ext" "\
Move point to the buffer whose name is NAME.

If called interactively, prompt for a buffer name and go to the
corresponding line in the Ibuffer buffer.  If said buffer is in a
hidden group filter, open it.

If `ibuffer-jump-offer-only-visible-buffers' is non-nil, only offer
visible buffers in the completion list.  Calling the command with
a prefix argument reverses the meaning of that variable.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-diff-with-file) "ibuf-ext" "\
View the differences between this buffer and its associated file.
This requires the external program \"diff\" to be in your `exec-path'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-copy-filename-as-kill) "ibuf-ext" "\
Copy filenames of marked buffers into the kill ring.

The names are separated by a space.
If a buffer has no filename, it is ignored.

With no prefix arg, use the filename sans its directory of each marked file.
With a zero prefix arg, use the complete filename of each marked file.
With \\[universal-argument], use the filename of each marked file relative
to `ibuffer-default-directory' iff non-nil, otherwise `default-directory'.

You can then feed the file name(s) to other commands with \\[yank].

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-by-name-regexp) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all buffers whose name matches REGEXP.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-by-mode-regexp) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all buffers whose major mode matches REGEXP.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-by-file-name-regexp) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all buffers whose file name matches REGEXP.

\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-by-mode) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all buffers whose major mode equals MODE.

\(fn MODE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-modified-buffers) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all modified buffers.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-unsaved-buffers) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all modified buffers that have an associated file.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-dissociated-buffers) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all buffers whose associated file does not exist.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-help-buffers) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark buffers like *Help*, *Apropos*, *Info*.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-compressed-file-buffers) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark buffers whose associated file is compressed.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-old-buffers) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark buffers which have not been viewed in `ibuffer-old-time' days.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-special-buffers) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all buffers whose name begins and ends with '*'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-read-only-buffers) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all read-only buffers.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-mark-dired-buffers) "ibuf-ext" "\
Mark all `dired' buffers.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-do-occur) "ibuf-ext" "\
View lines which match REGEXP in all marked buffers.
Optional argument NLINES says how many lines of context to display: it
defaults to one.

\(fn REGEXP &optional NLINES)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (define-ibuffer-filter define-ibuffer-op define-ibuffer-sorter
;;;;;;  define-ibuffer-column) "ibuf-macs" "ibuf-macs.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from ibuf-macs.el

(autoload (quote define-ibuffer-column) "ibuf-macs" "\
Define a column SYMBOL for use with `ibuffer-formats'.

BODY will be called with `buffer' bound to the buffer object, and
`mark' bound to the current mark on the buffer.  The original ibuffer
buffer will be bound to `ibuffer-buf'.

If NAME is given, it will be used as a title for the column.
Otherwise, the title will default to a capitalized version of the
SYMBOL's name.  PROPS is a plist of additional properties to add to
the text, such as `mouse-face'.  And SUMMARIZER, if given, is a
function which will be passed a list of all the strings in its column;
it should return a string to display at the bottom.

If HEADER-MOUSE-MAP is given, it will be used as a keymap for the
title of the column.

Note that this macro expands into a `defun' for a function named
ibuffer-make-column-NAME.  If INLINE is non-nil, then the form will be
inlined into the compiled format versions.  This means that if you
change its definition, you should explicitly call
`ibuffer-recompile-formats'.

\(fn SYMBOL (&key NAME INLINE PROPS SUMMARIZER) &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote define-ibuffer-sorter) "ibuf-macs" "\
Define a method of sorting named NAME.
DOCUMENTATION is the documentation of the function, which will be called
`ibuffer-do-sort-by-NAME'.
DESCRIPTION is a short string describing the sorting method.

For sorting, the forms in BODY will be evaluated with `a' bound to one
buffer object, and `b' bound to another.  BODY should return a non-nil
value if and only if `a' is \"less than\" `b'.

\(fn NAME DOCUMENTATION (&key DESCRIPTION) &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote define-ibuffer-op) "ibuf-macs" "\
Generate a function which operates on a buffer.
OP becomes the name of the function; if it doesn't begin with
`ibuffer-do-', then that is prepended to it.
When an operation is performed, this function will be called once for
each marked buffer, with that buffer current.

ARGS becomes the formal parameters of the function.
DOCUMENTATION becomes the docstring of the function.
INTERACTIVE becomes the interactive specification of the function.
MARK describes which type of mark (:deletion, or nil) this operation
uses.  :deletion means the function operates on buffers marked for
deletion, otherwise it acts on normally marked buffers.
MODIFIER-P describes how the function modifies buffers.  This is used
to set the modification flag of the Ibuffer buffer itself.  Valid
values are:
 nil - the function never modifiers buffers
 t - the function it always modifies buffers
 :maybe - attempt to discover this information by comparing the
  buffer's modification flag.
DANGEROUS is a boolean which should be set if the user should be
prompted before performing this operation.
OPSTRING is a string which will be displayed to the user after the
operation is complete, in the form:
 \"Operation complete; OPSTRING x buffers\"
ACTIVE-OPSTRING is a string which will be displayed to the user in a
confirmation message, in the form:
 \"Really ACTIVE-OPSTRING x buffers?\"
COMPLEX means this function is special; see the source code of this
macro for exactly what it does.

\(fn OP ARGS DOCUMENTATION (&key INTERACTIVE MARK MODIFIER-P DANGEROUS OPSTRING ACTIVE-OPSTRING COMPLEX) &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote define-ibuffer-filter) "ibuf-macs" "\
Define a filter named NAME.
DOCUMENTATION is the documentation of the function.
READER is a form which should read a qualifier from the user.
DESCRIPTION is a short string describing the filter.

BODY should contain forms which will be evaluated to test whether or
not a particular buffer should be displayed or not.  The forms in BODY
will be evaluated with BUF bound to the buffer object, and QUALIFIER
bound to the current value of the filter.

\(fn NAME DOCUMENTATION (&key READER DESCRIPTION) &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ibuffer ibuffer-other-window ibuffer-list-buffers)
;;;;;;  "ibuffer" "ibuffer.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from ibuffer.el

(autoload (quote ibuffer-list-buffers) "ibuffer" "\
Display a list of buffers, in another window.
If optional argument FILES-ONLY is non-nil, then add a filter for
buffers which are visiting a file.

\(fn &optional FILES-ONLY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer-other-window) "ibuffer" "\
Like `ibuffer', but displayed in another window by default.
If optional argument FILES-ONLY is non-nil, then add a filter for
buffers which are visiting a file.

\(fn &optional FILES-ONLY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ibuffer) "ibuffer" "\
Begin using Ibuffer to edit a list of buffers.
Type 'h' after entering ibuffer for more information.

All arguments are optional.
OTHER-WINDOW-P says to use another window.
NAME specifies the name of the buffer (defaults to \"*Ibuffer*\").
QUALIFIERS is an initial set of filtering qualifiers to use;
  see `ibuffer-filtering-qualifiers'.
NOSELECT means don't select the Ibuffer buffer.
SHRINK means shrink the buffer to minimal size.  The special
  value `onewindow' means always use another window.
FILTER-GROUPS is an initial set of filtering groups to use;
  see `ibuffer-filter-groups'.
FORMATS is the value to use for `ibuffer-formats'.
  If specified, then the variable `ibuffer-formats' will have
  that value locally in this buffer.

\(fn &optional OTHER-WINDOW-P NAME QUALIFIERS NOSELECT SHRINK FILTER-GROUPS FORMATS)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (icalendar-import-buffer icalendar-import-file
;;;;;;  icalendar-export-region icalendar-export-file) "icalendar"
;;;;;;  "calendar/icalendar.el" (17921 16827))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/icalendar.el

(autoload (quote icalendar-export-file) "icalendar" "\
Export diary file to iCalendar format.
All diary entries in the file DIARY-FILENAME are converted to iCalendar
format.  The result is appended to the file ICAL-FILENAME.

\(fn DIARY-FILENAME ICAL-FILENAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote icalendar-export-region) "icalendar" "\
Export region in diary file to iCalendar format.
All diary entries in the region from MIN to MAX in the current buffer are
converted to iCalendar format.  The result is appended to the file
ICAL-FILENAME.
This function attempts to return t if something goes wrong.  In this
case an error string which describes all the errors and problems is
written into the buffer `*icalendar-errors*'.

\(fn MIN MAX ICAL-FILENAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote icalendar-import-file) "icalendar" "\
Import an iCalendar file and append to a diary file.
Argument ICAL-FILENAME output iCalendar file.
Argument DIARY-FILENAME input `diary-file'.
Optional argument NON-MARKING determines whether events are created as
non-marking or not.

\(fn ICAL-FILENAME DIARY-FILENAME &optional NON-MARKING)" t nil)

(autoload (quote icalendar-import-buffer) "icalendar" "\
Extract iCalendar events from current buffer.

This function searches the current buffer for the first iCalendar
object, reads it and adds all VEVENT elements to the diary
DIARY-FILE.

It will ask for each appointment whether to add it to the diary
unless DO-NOT-ASK is non-nil.  When called interactively,
DO-NOT-ASK is nil, so that you are asked for each event.

NON-MARKING determines whether diary events are created as
non-marking.

Return code t means that importing worked well, return code nil
means that an error has occurred.  Error messages will be in the
buffer `*icalendar-errors*'.

\(fn &optional DIARY-FILE DO-NOT-ASK NON-MARKING)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (icomplete-mode) "icomplete" "icomplete.el" (17907
;;;;;;  1407))
;;; Generated autoloads from icomplete.el

(defvar icomplete-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Icomplete mode is enabled.
See the command `icomplete-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `icomplete-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote icomplete-mode) "icomplete" nil)

(autoload (quote icomplete-mode) "icomplete" "\
Toggle incremental minibuffer completion for this Emacs session.
With a numeric argument, turn Icomplete mode on iff ARG is positive.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (icon-mode) "icon" "progmodes/icon.el" (17842 56333))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/icon.el

(autoload (quote icon-mode) "icon" "\
Major mode for editing Icon code.
Expression and list commands understand all Icon brackets.
Tab indents for Icon code.
Paragraphs are separated by blank lines only.
Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.
\\{icon-mode-map}
Variables controlling indentation style:
 icon-tab-always-indent
    Non-nil means TAB in Icon mode should always reindent the current line,
    regardless of where in the line point is when the TAB command is used.
 icon-auto-newline
    Non-nil means automatically newline before and after braces
    inserted in Icon code.
 icon-indent-level
    Indentation of Icon statements within surrounding block.
    The surrounding block's indentation is the indentation
    of the line on which the open-brace appears.
 icon-continued-statement-offset
    Extra indentation given to a substatement, such as the
    then-clause of an if or body of a while.
 icon-continued-brace-offset
    Extra indentation given to a brace that starts a substatement.
    This is in addition to `icon-continued-statement-offset'.
 icon-brace-offset
    Extra indentation for line if it starts with an open brace.
 icon-brace-imaginary-offset
    An open brace following other text is treated as if it were
    this far to the right of the start of its line.

Turning on Icon mode calls the value of the variable `icon-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (idlwave-shell) "idlw-shell" "progmodes/idlw-shell.el"
;;;;;;  (17965 23638))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/idlw-shell.el

(autoload (quote idlwave-shell) "idlw-shell" "\
Run an inferior IDL, with I/O through buffer `(idlwave-shell-buffer)'.
If buffer exists but shell process is not running, start new IDL.
If buffer exists and shell process is running, just switch to the buffer.

When called with a prefix ARG, or when `idlwave-shell-use-dedicated-frame'
is non-nil, the shell buffer and the source buffers will be in
separate frames.

The command to run comes from variable `idlwave-shell-explicit-file-name',
with options taken from `idlwave-shell-command-line-options'.

The buffer is put in `idlwave-shell-mode', providing commands for sending
input and controlling the IDL job.  See help on `idlwave-shell-mode'.
See also the variable `idlwave-shell-prompt-pattern'.

\(Type \\[describe-mode] in the shell buffer for a list of commands.)

\(fn &optional ARG QUICK)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (idlwave-mode) "idlwave" "progmodes/idlwave.el"
;;;;;;  (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/idlwave.el

(autoload (quote idlwave-mode) "idlwave" "\
Major mode for editing IDL source files (version 6.1_em22).

The main features of this mode are

1. Indentation and Formatting
   --------------------------
   Like other Emacs programming modes, C-j inserts a newline and indents.
   TAB is used for explicit indentation of the current line.

   To start a continuation line, use \\[idlwave-split-line].  This
   function can also be used in the middle of a line to split the line
   at that point.  When used inside a long constant string, the string
   is split at that point with the `+' concatenation operator.

   Comments are indented as follows:

   `;;;' Indentation remains unchanged.
   `;;'  Indent like the surrounding code
   `;'   Indent to a minimum column.

   The indentation of comments starting in column 0 is never changed.

   Use \\[idlwave-fill-paragraph] to refill a paragraph inside a
   comment.  The indentation of the second line of the paragraph
   relative to the first will be retained.  Use
   \\[idlwave-auto-fill-mode] to toggle auto-fill mode for these
   comments.  When the variable `idlwave-fill-comment-line-only' is
   nil, code can also be auto-filled and auto-indented.

   To convert pre-existing IDL code to your formatting style, mark the
   entire buffer with \\[mark-whole-buffer] and execute
   \\[idlwave-expand-region-abbrevs].  Then mark the entire buffer
   again followed by \\[indent-region] (`indent-region').

2. Routine Info
   ------------
   IDLWAVE displays information about the calling sequence and the
   accepted keyword parameters of a procedure or function with
   \\[idlwave-routine-info].  \\[idlwave-find-module] jumps to the
   source file of a module.  These commands know about system
   routines, all routines in idlwave-mode buffers and (when the
   idlwave-shell is active) about all modules currently compiled under
   this shell.  It also makes use of pre-compiled or custom-scanned
   user and library catalogs many popular libraries ship with by
   default.  Use \\[idlwave-update-routine-info] to update this
   information, which is also used for completion (see item 4).

3. Online IDL Help
   ---------------

   \\[idlwave-context-help] displays the IDL documentation relevant
   for the system variable, keyword, or routines at point.  A single
   key stroke gets you directly to the right place in the docs.  See
   the manual to configure where and how the HTML help is displayed.

4. Completion
   ----------
   \\[idlwave-complete] completes the names of procedures, functions
   class names, keyword parameters, system variables and tags, class
   tags, structure tags, filenames and much more.  It is context
   sensitive and figures out what is expected at point.  Lower case
   strings are completed in lower case, other strings in mixed or
   upper case.

5. Code Templates and Abbreviations
   --------------------------------
   Many Abbreviations are predefined to expand to code fragments and templates.
   The abbreviations start generally with a `\\`.  Some examples

   \\pr        PROCEDURE template
   \\fu        FUNCTION template
   \\c         CASE statement template
   \\sw        SWITCH statement template
   \\f         FOR loop template
   \\r         REPEAT Loop template
   \\w         WHILE loop template
   \\i         IF statement template
   \\elif      IF-ELSE statement template
   \\b         BEGIN

   For a full list, use \\[idlwave-list-abbrevs].  Some templates also
   have direct keybindings - see the list of keybindings below.

   \\[idlwave-doc-header] inserts a documentation header at the
   beginning of the current program unit (pro, function or main).
   Change log entries can be added to the current program unit with
   \\[idlwave-doc-modification].

6. Automatic Case Conversion
   -------------------------
   The case of reserved words and some abbrevs is controlled by
   `idlwave-reserved-word-upcase' and `idlwave-abbrev-change-case'.

7. Automatic END completion
   ------------------------
   If the variable `idlwave-expand-generic-end' is non-nil, each END typed
   will be converted to the specific version, like ENDIF, ENDFOR, etc.

8. Hooks
   -----
   Loading idlwave.el runs `idlwave-load-hook'.
   Turning on `idlwave-mode' runs `idlwave-mode-hook'.

9. Documentation and Customization
   -------------------------------
   Info documentation for this package is available.  Use
   \\[idlwave-info] to display (complain to your sysadmin if that does
   not work).  For Postscript, PDF, and HTML versions of the
   documentation, check IDLWAVE's homepage at `http://idlwave.org'.
   IDLWAVE has customize support - see the group `idlwave'.

10.Keybindings
   -----------
   Here is a list of all keybindings of this mode.
   If some of the key bindings below show with ??, use \\[describe-key]
   followed by the key sequence to see what the key sequence does.

\\{idlwave-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.[Pp][Rr][Oo]\\'" . idlwave-mode))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ido-completing-read ido-read-directory-name ido-read-file-name
;;;;;;  ido-read-buffer ido-dired ido-insert-file ido-write-file
;;;;;;  ido-find-file-other-frame ido-display-file ido-find-file-read-only-other-frame
;;;;;;  ido-find-file-read-only-other-window ido-find-file-read-only
;;;;;;  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" (17963
;;;;;;  25911))
;;; Generated autoloads from ido.el

(defvar ido-mode nil "\
Determines for which functional group (buffer and files) ido behavior
should be enabled.  The following values are possible:
- `buffer': Turn only on ido buffer behavior (switching, killing,
  displaying...)
- `file': Turn only on ido file behavior (finding, writing, inserting...)
- `both': Turn on ido buffer and file behavior.
- `nil': Turn off any ido switching.

Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
use either \\[customize] or the function `ido-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote ido-mode) "ido" nil)

(autoload (quote ido-mode) "ido" "\
Toggle ido speed-ups on or off.
With ARG, turn ido speed-up on if arg is positive, off otherwise.
Turning on ido-mode will remap (via a minor-mode keymap) the default
keybindings for the `find-file' and `switch-to-buffer' families of
commands to the ido versions of these functions.
However, if ARG arg equals 'files, remap only commands for files, or
if it equals 'buffers, remap only commands for buffer switching.
This function also adds a hook to the minibuffer.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-switch-buffer) "ido" "\
Switch to another buffer.
The buffer is displayed according to `ido-default-buffer-method' -- the
default is to show it in the same window, unless it is already visible
in another frame.

As you type in a string, all of the buffers matching the string are
displayed if substring-matching is used (default).  Look at
`ido-enable-prefix' and `ido-toggle-prefix'.  When you have found the
buffer you want, it can then be selected.  As you type, most keys have
their normal keybindings, except for the following: \\<ido-buffer-completion-map>

RET Select the buffer at the front of the list of matches.  If the
list is empty, possibly prompt to create new buffer.

\\[ido-select-text] Select the current prompt as the buffer.
If no buffer is found, prompt for a new one.

\\[ido-next-match] Put the first element at the end of the list.
\\[ido-prev-match] Put the last element at the start of the list.
\\[ido-complete] Complete a common suffix to the current string that
matches all buffers.  If there is only one match, select that buffer.
If there is no common suffix, show a list of all matching buffers
in a separate window.
\\[ido-edit-input] Edit input string.
\\[ido-fallback-command] Fallback to non-ido version of current command.
\\[ido-toggle-regexp] Toggle regexp searching.
\\[ido-toggle-prefix] Toggle between substring and prefix matching.
\\[ido-toggle-case] Toggle case-sensitive searching of buffer names.
\\[ido-completion-help] Show list of matching buffers in separate window.
\\[ido-enter-find-file] Drop into `ido-find-file'.
\\[ido-kill-buffer-at-head] Kill buffer at head of buffer list.
\\[ido-toggle-ignore] Toggle ignoring buffers listed in `ido-ignore-buffers'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-switch-buffer-other-window) "ido" "\
Switch to another buffer and show it in another window.
The buffer name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-switch-buffer'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-display-buffer) "ido" "\
Display a buffer in another window but don't select it.
The buffer name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-switch-buffer'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-kill-buffer) "ido" "\
Kill a buffer.
The buffer name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-switch-buffer'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-insert-buffer) "ido" "\
Insert contents of a buffer in current buffer after point.
The buffer name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-switch-buffer'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-switch-buffer-other-frame) "ido" "\
Switch to another buffer and show it in another frame.
The buffer name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-switch-buffer'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-find-file-in-dir) "ido" "\
Switch to another file starting from DIR.

\(fn DIR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-find-file) "ido" "\
Edit file with name obtained via minibuffer.
The file is displayed according to `ido-default-file-method' -- the
default is to show it in the same window, unless it is already
visible in another frame.

The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.  As you
type in a string, all of the filenames matching the string are displayed
if substring-matching is used (default).  Look at `ido-enable-prefix' and
`ido-toggle-prefix'.  When you have found the filename you want, it can
then be selected.  As you type, most keys have their normal keybindings,
except for the following: \\<ido-file-completion-map>

RET Select the file at the front of the list of matches.  If the
list is empty, possibly prompt to create new file.

\\[ido-select-text] Select the current prompt as the buffer or file.
If no buffer or file is found, prompt for a new one.

\\[ido-next-match] Put the first element at the end of the list.
\\[ido-prev-match] Put the last element at the start of the list.
\\[ido-complete] Complete a common suffix to the current string that
matches all files.  If there is only one match, select that file.
If there is no common suffix, show a list of all matching files
in a separate window.
\\[ido-edit-input] Edit input string (including directory).
\\[ido-prev-work-directory] or \\[ido-next-work-directory] go to previous/next directory in work directory history.
\\[ido-merge-work-directories] search for file in the work directory history.
\\[ido-forget-work-directory] removes current directory from the work directory history.
\\[ido-prev-work-file] or \\[ido-next-work-file] cycle through the work file history.
\\[ido-wide-find-file-or-pop-dir] and \\[ido-wide-find-dir-or-delete-dir] prompts and uses find to locate files or directories.
\\[ido-make-directory] prompts for a directory to create in current directory.
\\[ido-fallback-command] Fallback to non-ido version of current command.
\\[ido-toggle-regexp] Toggle regexp searching.
\\[ido-toggle-prefix] Toggle between substring and prefix matching.
\\[ido-toggle-case] Toggle case-sensitive searching of file names.
\\[ido-toggle-vc] Toggle version control for this file.
\\[ido-toggle-literal] Toggle literal reading of this file.
\\[ido-completion-help] Show list of matching files in separate window.
\\[ido-toggle-ignore] Toggle ignoring files listed in `ido-ignore-files'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-find-file-other-window) "ido" "\
Switch to another file and show it in another window.
The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-find-alternate-file) "ido" "\
Switch to another file and show it in another window.
The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-find-file-read-only) "ido" "\
Edit file read-only with name obtained via minibuffer.
The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-find-file-read-only-other-window) "ido" "\
Edit file read-only in other window with name obtained via minibuffer.
The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-find-file-read-only-other-frame) "ido" "\
Edit file read-only in other frame with name obtained via minibuffer.
The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-display-file) "ido" "\
Display a file in another window but don't select it.
The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-find-file-other-frame) "ido" "\
Switch to another file and show it in another frame.
The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-write-file) "ido" "\
Write current buffer to a file.
The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-insert-file) "ido" "\
Insert contents of file in current buffer.
The file name is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-dired) "ido" "\
Call `dired' the ido way.
The directory is selected interactively by typing a substring.
For details of keybindings, see `ido-find-file'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ido-read-buffer) "ido" "\
Ido replacement for the built-in `read-buffer'.
Return the name of a buffer selected.
PROMPT is the prompt to give to the user.  DEFAULT if given is the default
buffer to be selected, which will go to the front of the list.
If REQUIRE-MATCH is non-nil, an existing buffer must be selected.

\(fn PROMPT &optional DEFAULT REQUIRE-MATCH)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ido-read-file-name) "ido" "\
Ido replacement for the built-in `read-file-name'.
Read file name, prompting with PROMPT and completing in directory DIR.
See `read-file-name' for additional parameters.

\(fn PROMPT &optional DIR DEFAULT-FILENAME MUSTMATCH INITIAL PREDICATE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ido-read-directory-name) "ido" "\
Ido replacement for the built-in `read-directory-name'.
Read directory name, prompting with PROMPT and completing in directory DIR.
See `read-directory-name' for additional parameters.

\(fn PROMPT &optional DIR DEFAULT-DIRNAME MUSTMATCH INITIAL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ido-completing-read) "ido" "\
Ido replacement for the built-in `completing-read'.
Read a string in the minibuffer with ido-style completion.
PROMPT is a string to prompt with; normally it ends in a colon and a space.
CHOICES is a list of strings which are the possible completions.
PREDICATE is currently ignored; it is included to be compatible
 with `completing-read'.
If REQUIRE-MATCH is non-nil, the user is not allowed to exit unless
 the input is (or completes to) an element of CHOICES or is null.
 If the input is null, `ido-completing-read' returns DEF, or an empty
 string if DEF is nil, regardless of the value of REQUIRE-MATCH.
If INITIAL-INPUT is non-nil, insert it in the minibuffer initially,
 with point positioned at the end.
HIST, if non-nil, specifies a history list.
DEF, if non-nil, is the default value.

\(fn PROMPT CHOICES &optional PREDICATE REQUIRE-MATCH INITIAL-INPUT HIST DEF)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ielm) "ielm" "ielm.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from ielm.el
 (add-hook 'same-window-buffer-names "*ielm*")

(autoload (quote ielm) "ielm" "\
Interactively evaluate Emacs Lisp expressions.
Switches to the buffer `*ielm*', or creates it if it does not exist.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (iimage-mode turn-on-iimage-mode) "iimage" "iimage.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from iimage.el

(autoload (quote turn-on-iimage-mode) "iimage" "\
Unconditionally turn on iimage mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iimage-mode) "iimage" "\
Toggle inline image minor mode.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (defimage find-image remove-images insert-sliced-image
;;;;;;  insert-image put-image create-image image-type-auto-detected-p
;;;;;;  image-type-available-p image-type image-type-from-file-name
;;;;;;  image-type-from-file-header image-type-from-buffer image-type-from-data)
;;;;;;  "image" "image.el" (17868 42568))
;;; Generated autoloads from image.el

(autoload (quote image-type-from-data) "image" "\
Determine the image type from image data DATA.
Value is a symbol specifying the image type or nil if type cannot
be determined.

\(fn DATA)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote image-type-from-buffer) "image" "\
Determine the image type from data in the current buffer.
Value is a symbol specifying the image type or nil if type cannot
be determined.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote image-type-from-file-header) "image" "\
Determine the type of image file FILE from its first few bytes.
Value is a symbol specifying the image type, or nil if type cannot
be determined.

\(fn FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote image-type-from-file-name) "image" "\
Determine the type of image file FILE from its name.
Value is a symbol specifying the image type, or nil if type cannot
be determined.

\(fn FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote image-type) "image" "\
Determine and return image type.
FILE-OR-DATA is an image file name or image data.
Optional TYPE is a symbol describing the image type.  If TYPE is omitted
or nil, try to determine the image type from its first few bytes
of image data.  If that doesn't work, and FILE-OR-DATA is a file name,
use its file extension as image type.
Optional DATA-P non-nil means FILE-OR-DATA is a string containing image data.

\(fn FILE-OR-DATA &optional TYPE DATA-P)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote image-type-available-p) "image" "\
Return non-nil if image type TYPE is available.
Image types are symbols like `xbm' or `jpeg'.

\(fn TYPE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote image-type-auto-detected-p) "image" "\
Return t iff the current buffer contains an auto-detectable image.
This function is intended to be used from `magic-mode-alist' (which see).

First, compare the beginning of the buffer with `image-type-header-regexps'.
If an appropriate image type is found, check if that image type can be
autodetected using the variable `image-type-auto-detectable'.  Finally,
if `buffer-file-name' is non-nil, check if it matches another major mode
in `auto-mode-alist' apart from `image-mode'; if there is another match,
the autodetection is considered to have failed.  Return t if all the above
steps succeed.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote create-image) "image" "\
Create an image.
FILE-OR-DATA is an image file name or image data.
Optional TYPE is a symbol describing the image type.  If TYPE is omitted
or nil, try to determine the image type from its first few bytes
of image data.  If that doesn't work, and FILE-OR-DATA is a file name,
use its file extension as image type.
Optional DATA-P non-nil means FILE-OR-DATA is a string containing image data.
Optional PROPS are additional image attributes to assign to the image,
like, e.g. `:mask MASK'.
Value is the image created, or nil if images of type TYPE are not supported.

Images should not be larger than specified by `max-image-size'.

\(fn FILE-OR-DATA &optional TYPE DATA-P &rest PROPS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote put-image) "image" "\
Put image IMAGE in front of POS in the current buffer.
IMAGE must be an image created with `create-image' or `defimage'.
IMAGE is displayed by putting an overlay into the current buffer with a
`before-string' STRING that has a `display' property whose value is the
image.  STRING is defaulted if you omit it.
POS may be an integer or marker.
AREA is where to display the image.  AREA nil or omitted means
display it in the text area, a value of `left-margin' means
display it in the left marginal area, a value of `right-margin'
means display it in the right marginal area.

\(fn IMAGE POS &optional STRING AREA)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote insert-image) "image" "\
Insert IMAGE into current buffer at point.
IMAGE is displayed by inserting STRING into the current buffer
with a `display' property whose value is the image.  STRING is
defaulted if you omit it.
AREA is where to display the image.  AREA nil or omitted means
display it in the text area, a value of `left-margin' means
display it in the left marginal area, a value of `right-margin'
means display it in the right marginal area.
SLICE specifies slice of IMAGE to insert.  SLICE nil or omitted
means insert whole image.  SLICE is a list (X Y WIDTH HEIGHT)
specifying the X and Y positions and WIDTH and HEIGHT of image area
to insert.  A float value 0.0 - 1.0 means relative to the width or
height of the image; integer values are taken as pixel values.

\(fn IMAGE &optional STRING AREA SLICE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote insert-sliced-image) "image" "\
Insert IMAGE into current buffer at point.
IMAGE is displayed by inserting STRING into the current buffer
with a `display' property whose value is the image.  STRING is
defaulted if you omit it.
AREA is where to display the image.  AREA nil or omitted means
display it in the text area, a value of `left-margin' means
display it in the left marginal area, a value of `right-margin'
means display it in the right marginal area.
The image is automatically split into ROW x COLS slices.

\(fn IMAGE &optional STRING AREA ROWS COLS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote remove-images) "image" "\
Remove images between START and END in BUFFER.
Remove only images that were put in BUFFER with calls to `put-image'.
BUFFER nil or omitted means use the current buffer.

\(fn START END &optional BUFFER)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote find-image) "image" "\
Find an image, choosing one of a list of image specifications.

SPECS is a list of image specifications.

Each image specification in SPECS is a property list.  The contents of
a specification are image type dependent.  All specifications must at
least contain the properties `:type TYPE' and either `:file FILE' or
`:data DATA', where TYPE is a symbol specifying the image type,
e.g. `xbm', FILE is the file to load the image from, and DATA is a
string containing the actual image data.  The specification whose TYPE
is supported, and FILE exists, is used to construct the image
specification to be returned.  Return nil if no specification is
satisfied.

The image is looked for in `image-load-path'.

Image files should not be larger than specified by `max-image-size'.

\(fn SPECS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote defimage) "image" "\
Define SYMBOL as an image.

SPECS is a list of image specifications.  DOC is an optional
documentation string.

Each image specification in SPECS is a property list.  The contents of
a specification are image type dependent.  All specifications must at
least contain the properties `:type TYPE' and either `:file FILE' or
`:data DATA', where TYPE is a symbol specifying the image type,
e.g. `xbm', FILE is the file to load the image from, and DATA is a
string containing the actual image data.  The first image
specification whose TYPE is supported, and FILE exists, is used to
define SYMBOL.

Example:

   (defimage test-image ((:type xpm :file \"~/test1.xpm\")
                         (:type xbm :file \"~/test1.xbm\")))

\(fn SYMBOL SPECS &optional DOC)" nil (quote macro))

;;;***

;;;### (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" (17992 30877))
;;; 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))
;;; Generated autoloads from image-file.el

(defvar image-file-name-extensions (quote ("png" "jpeg" "jpg" "gif" "tiff" "tif" "xbm" "xpm" "pbm" "pgm" "ppm" "pnm")) "\
*A list of image-file filename extensions.
Filenames having one of these extensions are considered image files,
in addition to those matching `image-file-name-regexps'.

See `auto-image-file-mode'; if `auto-image-file-mode' is enabled,
setting this variable directly does not take effect unless
`auto-image-file-mode' is re-enabled; this happens automatically when
the variable is set using \\[customize].")

(custom-autoload (quote image-file-name-extensions) "image-file" nil)

(defvar image-file-name-regexps nil "\
*List of regexps matching image-file filenames.
Filenames matching one of these regexps are considered image files,
in addition to those with an extension in `image-file-name-extensions'.

See function `auto-image-file-mode'; if `auto-image-file-mode' is
enabled, setting this variable directly does not take effect unless
`auto-image-file-mode' is re-enabled; this happens automatically when
the variable is set using \\[customize].")

(custom-autoload (quote image-file-name-regexps) "image-file" nil)

(autoload (quote image-file-name-regexp) "image-file" "\
Return a regular expression matching image-file filenames.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote insert-image-file) "image-file" "\
Insert the image file FILE into the current buffer.
Optional arguments VISIT, BEG, END, and REPLACE are interpreted as for
the command `insert-file-contents'.

\(fn FILE &optional VISIT BEG END REPLACE)" nil nil)

(defvar auto-image-file-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Auto-Image-File mode is enabled.
See the command `auto-image-file-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `auto-image-file-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote auto-image-file-mode) "image-file" nil)

(autoload (quote auto-image-file-mode) "image-file" "\
Toggle visiting of image files as images.
With prefix argument ARG, turn on if positive, otherwise off.
Returns non-nil if the new state is enabled.

Image files are those whose name has an extension in
`image-file-name-extensions', or matches a regexp in
`image-file-name-regexps'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (image-mode-maybe image-minor-mode image-mode)
;;;;;;  "image-mode" "image-mode.el" (17868 42581))
;;; Generated autoloads from image-mode.el
 (push '("\\.jpe?g\\'"    . image-mode) auto-mode-alist)
 (push '("\\.png\\'"      . image-mode) auto-mode-alist)
 (push '("\\.gif\\'"      . image-mode) auto-mode-alist)
 (push '("\\.tiff?\\'"    . image-mode) auto-mode-alist)
 (push '("\\.p[bpgn]m\\'" . image-mode) auto-mode-alist)
 (push '("\\.x[bp]m\\'"   . image-mode-maybe) auto-mode-alist)

(autoload (quote image-mode) "image-mode" "\
Major mode for image files.
You can use \\<image-mode-map>\\[image-toggle-display]
to toggle between display as an image and display as text.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote image-minor-mode) "image-mode" "\
Toggle Image minor mode.
With arg, turn Image minor mode on if arg is positive, off otherwise.
See the command `image-mode' for more information on this mode.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote image-mode-maybe) "image-mode" "\
Set major or minor mode for image files.
Set Image major mode only when there are no other major modes
associated with a filename in `auto-mode-alist'.  When an image
filename matches another major mode in `auto-mode-alist' then
set that major mode and Image minor mode.

See commands `image-mode' and `image-minor-mode' for more
information on these modes.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (imenu imenu-add-menubar-index imenu-add-to-menubar
;;;;;;  imenu-sort-function) "imenu" "imenu.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from imenu.el

(defvar imenu-sort-function nil "\
*The function to use for sorting the index mouse-menu.

Affects only the mouse index menu.

Set this to nil if you don't want any sorting (faster).
The items in the menu are then presented in the order they were found
in the buffer.

Set it to `imenu--sort-by-name' if you want alphabetic sorting.

The function should take two arguments and return t if the first
element should come before the second.  The arguments are cons cells;
\(NAME . POSITION).  Look at `imenu--sort-by-name' for an example.")

(custom-autoload (quote imenu-sort-function) "imenu" t)

(defvar imenu-generic-expression nil "\
The regex pattern to use for creating a buffer index.

If non-nil this pattern is passed to `imenu--generic-function' to
create a buffer index.  Look there for the documentation of this
pattern's structure.

For example, see the value of `fortran-imenu-generic-expression' used by
`fortran-mode' with `imenu-syntax-alist' set locally to give the
characters which normally have \"symbol\" syntax \"word\" syntax
during matching.")

(make-variable-buffer-local (quote imenu-generic-expression))

(defvar imenu-create-index-function (quote imenu-default-create-index-function) "\
The function to use for creating an index alist of the current buffer.

It should be a function that takes no arguments and returns
an index alist of the current buffer.  The function is
called within a `save-excursion'.

See `imenu--index-alist' for the format of the buffer index alist.")

(make-variable-buffer-local (quote imenu-create-index-function))

(defvar imenu-prev-index-position-function (quote beginning-of-defun) "\
Function for finding the next index position.

If `imenu-create-index-function' is set to
`imenu-default-create-index-function', then you must set this variable
to a function that will find the next index, looking backwards in the
file.

The function should leave point at the place to be connected to the
index and it should return nil when it doesn't find another index.")

(make-variable-buffer-local (quote imenu-prev-index-position-function))

(defvar imenu-extract-index-name-function nil "\
Function for extracting the index item name, given a position.

This function is called after `imenu-prev-index-position-function'
finds a position for an index item, with point at that position.
It should return the name for that index item.")

(make-variable-buffer-local (quote imenu-extract-index-name-function))

(defvar imenu-name-lookup-function nil "\
Function to compare string with index item.

This function will be called with two strings, and should return
non-nil if they match.

If nil, comparison is done with `string='.
Set this to some other function for more advanced comparisons,
such as \"begins with\" or \"name matches and number of
arguments match\".")

(make-variable-buffer-local (quote imenu-name-lookup-function))

(defvar imenu-default-goto-function (quote imenu-default-goto-function) "\
The default function called when selecting an Imenu item.
The function in this variable is called when selecting a normal index-item.")

(make-variable-buffer-local (quote imenu-default-goto-function))

(make-variable-buffer-local (quote imenu-syntax-alist))

(make-variable-buffer-local (quote imenu-case-fold-search))

(autoload (quote imenu-add-to-menubar) "imenu" "\
Add an `imenu' entry to the menu bar for the current buffer.
NAME is a string used to name the menu bar item.
See the command `imenu' for more information.

\(fn NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote imenu-add-menubar-index) "imenu" "\
Add an Imenu \"Index\" entry on the menu bar for the current buffer.

A trivial interface to `imenu-add-to-menubar' suitable for use in a hook.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote imenu) "imenu" "\
Jump to a place in the buffer chosen using a buffer menu or mouse menu.
INDEX-ITEM specifies the position.  See `imenu-choose-buffer-index'
for more information.

\(fn INDEX-ITEM)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (indian-char-glyph indian-glyph-char in-is13194-pre-write-conversion
;;;;;;  in-is13194-post-read-conversion indian-compose-string indian-compose-region)
;;;;;;  "ind-util" "language/ind-util.el" (17842 58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/ind-util.el

(autoload (quote indian-compose-region) "ind-util" "\
Compose the region according to `composition-function-table'.

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

(autoload (quote indian-compose-string) "ind-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn STRING)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote in-is13194-post-read-conversion) "ind-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn LEN)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote in-is13194-pre-write-conversion) "ind-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn FROM TO)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote indian-glyph-char) "ind-util" "\
Return character of charset `indian-glyph' made from glyph index INDEX.
The variable `indian-default-script' specifies the script of the glyph.
Optional argument SCRIPT, if non-nil, overrides `indian-default-script'.
See also the function `indian-char-glyph'.

\(fn INDEX &optional SCRIPT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote indian-char-glyph) "ind-util" "\
Return information about the glyph code for CHAR of `indian-glyph' charset.
The value is (INDEX . SCRIPT), where INDEX is the glyph index
in the font that Indian script name SCRIPT specifies.
See also the function `indian-glyph-char'.

\(fn CHAR)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (inferior-lisp inferior-lisp-prompt inferior-lisp-load-command
;;;;;;  inferior-lisp-program inferior-lisp-filter-regexp) "inf-lisp"
;;;;;;  "progmodes/inf-lisp.el" (17842 56332))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/inf-lisp.el

(defvar inferior-lisp-filter-regexp "\\`\\s *\\(:\\(\\w\\|\\s_\\)\\)?\\s *\\'" "\
*What not to save on inferior Lisp's input history.
Input matching this regexp is not saved on the input history in Inferior Lisp
mode.  Default is whitespace followed by 0 or 1 single-letter colon-keyword
\(as in :a, :c, etc.)")

(custom-autoload (quote inferior-lisp-filter-regexp) "inf-lisp" t)

(defvar inferior-lisp-program "lisp" "\
*Program name for invoking an inferior Lisp in Inferior Lisp mode.")

(custom-autoload (quote inferior-lisp-program) "inf-lisp" t)

(defvar inferior-lisp-load-command "(load \"%s\")\n" "\
*Format-string for building a Lisp expression to load a file.
This format string should use `%s' to substitute a file name
and should result in a Lisp expression that will command the inferior Lisp
to load that file.  The default works acceptably on most Lisps.
The string \"(progn (load \\\"%s\\\" :verbose nil :print t) (values))\\n\"
produces cosmetically superior output for this application,
but it works only in Common Lisp.")

(custom-autoload (quote inferior-lisp-load-command) "inf-lisp" t)

(defvar inferior-lisp-prompt "^[^> \n]*>+:? *" "\
Regexp to recognize prompts in the Inferior Lisp mode.
Defaults to \"^[^> \\n]*>+:? *\", which works pretty good for Lucid, kcl,
and franz.  This variable is used to initialize `comint-prompt-regexp' in the
Inferior Lisp buffer.

This variable is only used if the variable
`comint-use-prompt-regexp' is non-nil.

More precise choices:
Lucid Common Lisp: \"^\\\\(>\\\\|\\\\(->\\\\)+\\\\) *\"
franz: \"^\\\\(->\\\\|<[0-9]*>:\\\\) *\"
kcl: \"^>+ *\"

This is a fine thing to set in your .emacs file or through Custom.")

(custom-autoload (quote inferior-lisp-prompt) "inf-lisp" t)

(defvar inferior-lisp-mode-hook (quote nil) "\
*Hook for customising Inferior Lisp mode.")

(autoload (quote inferior-lisp) "inf-lisp" "\
Run an inferior Lisp process, input and output via buffer `*inferior-lisp*'.
If there is a process already running in `*inferior-lisp*', just switch
to that buffer.
With argument, allows you to edit the command line (default is value
of `inferior-lisp-program').  Runs the hooks from
`inferior-lisp-mode-hook' (after the `comint-mode-hook' is run).
\(Type \\[describe-mode] in the process buffer for a list of commands.)

\(fn CMD)" t nil)
 (add-hook 'same-window-buffer-names "*inferior-lisp*")

(defalias (quote run-lisp) (quote inferior-lisp))

;;;***

;;;### (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" (18006 55795))
;;; Generated autoloads from info.el

(autoload (quote info-other-window) "info" "\
Like `info' but show the Info buffer in another window.

\(fn &optional FILE-OR-NODE)" t nil)
 (add-hook 'same-window-regexps "\\*info\\*\\(\\|<[0-9]+>\\)")
 (put 'info 'info-file "emacs")

(autoload (quote info) "info" "\
Enter Info, the documentation browser.
Optional argument FILE-OR-NODE specifies the file to examine;
the default is the top-level directory of Info.
Called from a program, FILE-OR-NODE may specify an Info node of the form
`(FILENAME)NODENAME'.
Optional argument BUFFER specifies the Info buffer name;
the default buffer name is *info*.  If BUFFER exists,
just switch to BUFFER.  Otherwise, create a new buffer
with the top-level Info directory.

In interactive use, a non-numeric prefix argument directs
this command to read a file name from the minibuffer.
A numeric prefix argument selects an Info buffer with the prefix number
appended to the Info buffer name.

The search path for Info files is in the variable `Info-directory-list'.
The top-level Info directory is made by combining all the files named `dir'
in all the directories in that path.

\(fn &optional FILE-OR-NODE BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote info-emacs-manual) "info" "\
Display the Emacs manual in Info mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote info-standalone) "info" "\
Run Emacs as a standalone Info reader.
Usage:  emacs -f info-standalone [filename]
In standalone mode, \\<Info-mode-map>\\[Info-exit] exits Emacs itself.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote Info-on-current-buffer) "info" "\
Use Info mode to browse the current Info buffer.
With a prefix arg, this queries for the node name to visit first;
otherwise, that defaults to `Top'.

\(fn &optional NODENAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote Info-directory) "info" "\
Go to the Info directory node.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote Info-index) "info" "\
Look up a string TOPIC in the index for this manual and go to that entry.
If there are no exact matches to the specified topic, this chooses
the first match which is a case-insensitive substring of a topic.
Use the \\<Info-mode-map>\\[Info-index-next] command to see the other matches.
Give an empty topic name to go to the Index node itself.

\(fn TOPIC)" t nil)

(autoload (quote info-apropos) "info" "\
Grovel indices of all known Info files on your system for STRING.
Build a menu of the possible matches.

\(fn STRING)" t nil)

(autoload (quote Info-mode) "info" "\
Info mode provides commands for browsing through the Info documentation tree.
Documentation in Info is divided into \"nodes\", each of which discusses
one topic and contains references to other nodes which discuss related
topics.  Info has commands to follow the references and show you other nodes.

\\<Info-mode-map>\\[Info-help]	Invoke the Info tutorial.
\\[Info-exit]	Quit Info: reselect previously selected buffer.

Selecting other nodes:
\\[Info-mouse-follow-nearest-node]
	Follow a node reference you click on.
	  This works with menu items, cross references, and
	  the \"next\", \"previous\" and \"up\", depending on where you click.
\\[Info-follow-nearest-node]	Follow a node reference near point, like \\[Info-mouse-follow-nearest-node].
\\[Info-next]	Move to the \"next\" node of this node.
\\[Info-prev]	Move to the \"previous\" node of this node.
\\[Info-up]	Move \"up\" from this node.
\\[Info-menu]	Pick menu item specified by name (or abbreviation).
	  Picking a menu item causes another node to be selected.
\\[Info-directory]	Go to the Info directory node.
\\[Info-top-node]	Go to the Top node of this file.
\\[Info-final-node]	Go to the final node in this file.
\\[Info-backward-node]	Go backward one node, considering all nodes as forming one sequence.
\\[Info-forward-node]	Go forward one node, considering all nodes as forming one sequence.
\\[Info-next-reference]	Move cursor to next cross-reference or menu item.
\\[Info-prev-reference]	Move cursor to previous cross-reference or menu item.
\\[Info-follow-reference]	Follow a cross reference.  Reads name of reference.
\\[Info-history-back]	Move back in history to the last node you were at.
\\[Info-history-forward]	Move forward in history to the node you returned from after using \\[Info-history-back].
\\[Info-history]	Go to menu of visited nodes.
\\[Info-toc]	Go to table of contents of the current Info file.

Moving within a node:
\\[Info-scroll-up]	Normally, scroll forward a full screen.
	  Once you scroll far enough in a node that its menu appears on the
	  screen but after point, the next scroll moves into its first
	  subnode.  When after all menu items (or if there is no menu),
	  move up to the parent node.
\\[Info-scroll-down]	Normally, scroll backward.  If the beginning of the buffer is
	  already visible, try to go to the previous menu entry, or up
	  if there is none.
\\[beginning-of-buffer]	Go to beginning of node.

Advanced commands:
\\[Info-search]	Search through this Info file for specified regexp,
	  and select the node in which the next occurrence is found.
\\[Info-search-case-sensitively]	Search through this Info file for specified regexp case-sensitively.
\\[Info-search-next]	Search for another occurrence of regexp
	  from a previous \\<Info-mode-map>\\[Info-search] command.
\\[Info-index]	Search for a topic in this manual's Index and go to index entry.
\\[Info-index-next]	(comma) Move to the next match from a previous \\<Info-mode-map>\\[Info-index] command.
\\[info-apropos]	Look for a string in the indices of all manuals.
\\[Info-goto-node]	Move to node specified by name.
	  You may include a filename as well, as (FILENAME)NODENAME.
1 .. 9	Pick first ... ninth item in node's menu.
	  Every third `*' is highlighted to help pick the right number.
\\[Info-copy-current-node-name]	Put name of current Info node in the kill ring.
\\[clone-buffer]	Select a new cloned Info buffer in another window.
\\[universal-argument] \\[info]	Move to new Info file with completion.
\\[universal-argument] N \\[info]	Select Info buffer with prefix number in the name *info*<N>.

\(fn)" nil nil)
 (put 'Info-goto-emacs-command-node 'info-file "emacs")

(autoload (quote Info-goto-emacs-command-node) "info" "\
Go to the Info node in the Emacs manual for command COMMAND.
The command is found by looking up in Emacs manual's indices
or in another manual found via COMMAND's `info-file' property or
the variable `Info-file-list-for-emacs'.
COMMAND must be a symbol or string.

\(fn COMMAND)" t nil)
 (put 'Info-goto-emacs-key-command-node 'info-file "emacs")

(autoload (quote Info-goto-emacs-key-command-node) "info" "\
Go to the node in the Emacs manual which describes the command bound to KEY.
KEY is a string.
Interactively, if the binding is `execute-extended-command', a command is read.
The command is found by looking up in Emacs manual's indices
or in another manual found via COMMAND's `info-file' property or
the variable `Info-file-list-for-emacs'.

\(fn KEY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote Info-speedbar-browser) "info" "\
Initialize speedbar to display an Info node browser.
This will add a speedbar major display mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (info-complete-file info-complete-symbol info-lookup-file
;;;;;;  info-lookup-symbol info-lookup-reset) "info-look" "info-look.el"
;;;;;;  (17878 61008))
;;; Generated autoloads from info-look.el

(autoload (quote info-lookup-reset) "info-look" "\
Throw away all cached data.
This command is useful if the user wants to start at the beginning without
quitting Emacs, for example, after some Info documents were updated on the
system.

\(fn)" t nil)
 (put 'info-lookup-symbol 'info-file "emacs")

(autoload (quote info-lookup-symbol) "info-look" "\
Display the definition of SYMBOL, as found in the relevant manual.
When this command is called interactively, it reads SYMBOL from the
minibuffer.  In the minibuffer, use M-n to yank the default argument
value into the minibuffer so you can edit it.  The default symbol is the
one found at point.

With prefix arg a query for the symbol help mode is offered.

\(fn SYMBOL &optional MODE)" t nil)
 (put 'info-lookup-file 'info-file "emacs")

(autoload (quote info-lookup-file) "info-look" "\
Display the documentation of a file.
When this command is called interactively, it reads FILE from the minibuffer.
In the minibuffer, use M-n to yank the default file name
into the minibuffer so you can edit it.
The default file name is the one found at point.

With prefix arg a query for the file help mode is offered.

\(fn FILE &optional MODE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote info-complete-symbol) "info-look" "\
Perform completion on symbol preceding point.

\(fn &optional MODE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote info-complete-file) "info-look" "\
Perform completion on file preceding point.

\(fn &optional MODE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (info-xref-check-all-custom info-xref-check-all
;;;;;;  info-xref-check) "info-xref" "info-xref.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from info-xref.el

(autoload (quote info-xref-check) "info-xref" "\
Check external references in FILENAME, an info document.

\(fn FILENAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote info-xref-check-all) "info-xref" "\
Check external references in all info documents in the usual path.
The usual path is `Info-directory-list' and `Info-additional-directory-list'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote info-xref-check-all-custom) "info-xref" "\
Check info references in all customize groups and variables.
`custom-manual' and `info-link' entries in the `custom-links' list are checked.

`custom-load' autoloads for all symbols are loaded in order to get all the
link information.  This will be a lot of lisp packages loaded, and can take
quite a while.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (batch-info-validate Info-validate Info-split Info-tagify)
;;;;;;  "informat" "informat.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from informat.el

(autoload (quote Info-tagify) "informat" "\
Create or update Info file tag table in current buffer or in a region.

\(fn &optional INPUT-BUFFER-NAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote Info-split) "informat" "\
Split an info file into an indirect file plus bounded-size subfiles.
Each subfile will be up to 50,000 characters plus one node.

To use this command, first visit a large Info file that has a tag
table.  The buffer is modified into a (small) indirect info file which
should be saved in place of the original visited file.

The subfiles are written in the same directory the original file is
in, with names generated by appending `-' and a number to the original
file name.  The indirect file still functions as an Info file, but it
contains just the tag table and a directory of subfiles.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote Info-validate) "informat" "\
Check current buffer for validity as an Info file.
Check that every node pointer points to an existing node.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote batch-info-validate) "informat" "\
Runs `Info-validate' on the files remaining on the command line.
Must be used only with -batch, and kills Emacs on completion.
Each file will be processed even if an error occurred previously.
For example, invoke \"emacs -batch -f batch-info-validate $info/ ~/*.info\"

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (isearch-process-search-multibyte-characters isearch-toggle-input-method
;;;;;;  isearch-toggle-specified-input-method) "isearch-x" "international/isearch-x.el"
;;;;;;  (17903 2305))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/isearch-x.el

(autoload (quote isearch-toggle-specified-input-method) "isearch-x" "\
Select an input method and turn it on in interactive search.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote isearch-toggle-input-method) "isearch-x" "\
Toggle input method in interactive search.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote isearch-process-search-multibyte-characters) "isearch-x" "\
Not documented

\(fn LAST-CHAR)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (isearchb-activate) "isearchb" "isearchb.el" (17918
;;;;;;  44913))
;;; Generated autoloads from isearchb.el

(autoload (quote isearchb-activate) "isearchb" "\
Active isearchb mode for subsequent alphanumeric keystrokes.
Executing this command again will terminate the search; or, if
the search has not yet begun, will toggle to the last buffer
accessed via isearchb.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (iso-cvt-define-menu iso-cvt-write-only iso-cvt-read-only
;;;;;;  iso-sgml2iso iso-iso2sgml iso-iso2duden iso-iso2gtex iso-gtex2iso
;;;;;;  iso-tex2iso iso-iso2tex iso-german iso-spanish) "iso-cvt"
;;;;;;  "international/iso-cvt.el" (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/iso-cvt.el

(autoload (quote iso-spanish) "iso-cvt" "\
Translate net conventions for Spanish to ISO 8859-1.
The region between FROM and TO is translated using the table TRANS-TAB.
Optional arg BUFFER is ignored (for use in `format-alist').

\(fn FROM TO &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-german) "iso-cvt" "\
Translate net conventions for German to ISO 8859-1.
The region between FROM and TO is translated using the table TRANS-TAB.
Optional arg BUFFER is ignored (for use in `format-alist').

\(fn FROM TO &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-iso2tex) "iso-cvt" "\
Translate ISO 8859-1 characters to TeX sequences.
The region between FROM and TO is translated using the table TRANS-TAB.
Optional arg BUFFER is ignored (for use in `format-alist').

\(fn FROM TO &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-tex2iso) "iso-cvt" "\
Translate TeX sequences to ISO 8859-1 characters.
The region between FROM and TO is translated using the table TRANS-TAB.
Optional arg BUFFER is ignored (for use in `format-alist').

\(fn FROM TO &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-gtex2iso) "iso-cvt" "\
Translate German TeX sequences to ISO 8859-1 characters.
The region between FROM and TO is translated using the table TRANS-TAB.
Optional arg BUFFER is ignored (for use in `format-alist').

\(fn FROM TO &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-iso2gtex) "iso-cvt" "\
Translate ISO 8859-1 characters to German TeX sequences.
The region between FROM and TO is translated using the table TRANS-TAB.
Optional arg BUFFER is ignored (for use in `format-alist').

\(fn FROM TO &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-iso2duden) "iso-cvt" "\
Translate ISO 8859-1 characters to German TeX sequences.
The region between FROM and TO is translated using the table TRANS-TAB.
Optional arg BUFFER is ignored (for use in `format-alist').

\(fn FROM TO &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-iso2sgml) "iso-cvt" "\
Translate ISO 8859-1 characters in the region to SGML entities.
The entities used are from \"ISO 8879:1986//ENTITIES Added Latin 1//EN\".
Optional arg BUFFER is ignored (for use in `format-alist').

\(fn FROM TO &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-sgml2iso) "iso-cvt" "\
Translate SGML entities in the region to ISO 8859-1 characters.
The entities used are from \"ISO 8879:1986//ENTITIES Added Latin 1//EN\".
Optional arg BUFFER is ignored (for use in `format-alist').

\(fn FROM TO &optional BUFFER)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-cvt-read-only) "iso-cvt" "\
Warn that format is read-only.

\(fn &rest IGNORE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-cvt-write-only) "iso-cvt" "\
Warn that format is write-only.

\(fn &rest IGNORE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote iso-cvt-define-menu) "iso-cvt" "\
Add submenus to the File menu, to convert to and from various formats.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "iso-transl" "international/iso-transl.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/iso-transl.el
 (or key-translation-map (setq key-translation-map (make-sparse-keymap)))
 (define-key key-translation-map "\C-x8" 'iso-transl-ctl-x-8-map)
 (autoload 'iso-transl-ctl-x-8-map "iso-transl" "Keymap for C-x 8 prefix." t 'keymap)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ispell-message ispell-minor-mode ispell ispell-complete-word-interior-frag
;;;;;;  ispell-complete-word ispell-continue ispell-buffer ispell-comments-and-strings
;;;;;;  ispell-region ispell-change-dictionary ispell-kill-ispell
;;;;;;  ispell-help ispell-pdict-save ispell-word ispell-local-dictionary-alist
;;;;;;  ispell-personal-dictionary) "ispell" "textmodes/ispell.el"
;;;;;;  (18006 55797))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/ispell.el
(put 'ispell-check-comments 'safe-local-variable (lambda (a) (memq a '(nil t exclusive))))

(defvar ispell-personal-dictionary nil "\
*File name of your personal spelling dictionary, or nil.
If nil, the default personal dictionary, \"~/.ispell_DICTNAME\" is used,
where DICTNAME is the name of your default dictionary.")

(custom-autoload (quote ispell-personal-dictionary) "ispell" t)
(put 'ispell-local-dictionary 'safe-local-variable 'string-or-null-p)

(defvar ispell-local-dictionary-alist nil "\
*List of local or customized dictionary definitions.
These can override the values in `ispell-dictionary-alist'.

To make permanent changes to your dictionary definitions, you
will need to make your changes in this variable, save, and then
re-start Emacs.")

(custom-autoload (quote ispell-local-dictionary-alist) "ispell" t)

(setq ispell-dictionary-alist-1 (quote ((nil "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]" "[']" nil ("-B") nil iso-8859-1) ("american" "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]" "[']" nil ("-B") nil iso-8859-1) ("brasileiro" "[A-Z\301\311\315\323\332\300\310\314\322\331\303\325\307\334\302\312\324a-z\341\351\355\363\372\340\350\354\362\371\343\365\347\374\342\352\364]" "[^A-Z\301\311\315\323\332\300\310\314\322\331\303\325\307\334\302\312\324a-z\341\351\355\363\372\340\350\354\362\371\343\365\347\374\342\352\364]" "[']" nil nil nil iso-8859-1) ("british" "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]" "[']" nil ("-B") nil iso-8859-1) ("castellano" "[A-Z\301\311\315\321\323\332\334a-z\341\351\355\361\363\372\374]" "[^A-Z\301\311\315\321\323\332\334a-z\341\351\355\361\363\372\374]" "[-]" nil ("-B") "~tex" iso-8859-1) ("castellano8" "[A-Z\301\311\315\321\323\332\334a-z\341\351\355\361\363\372\374]" "[^A-Z\301\311\315\321\323\332\334a-z\341\351\355\361\363\372\374]" "[-]" nil ("-B" "-d" "castellano") "~latin1" iso-8859-1))))

(setq ispell-dictionary-alist-2 (quote (("czech" "[A-Za-z\301\311\314\315\323\332\331\335\256\251\310\330\317\253\322\341\351\354\355\363\372\371\375\276\271\350\370\357\273\362]" "[^A-Za-z\301\311\314\315\323\332\331\335\256\251\310\330\317\253\322\341\351\354\355\363\372\371\375\276\271\350\370\357\273\362]" "" nil ("-B") nil iso-8859-2) ("dansk" "[A-Z\306\330\305a-z\346\370\345]" "[^A-Z\306\330\305a-z\346\370\345]" "[']" nil ("-C") nil iso-8859-1) ("deutsch" "[a-zA-Z\"]" "[^a-zA-Z\"]" "[']" t ("-C") "~tex" iso-8859-1) ("deutsch8" "[a-zA-Z\304\326\334\344\366\337\374]" "[^a-zA-Z\304\326\334\344\366\337\374]" "[']" t ("-C" "-d" "deutsch") "~latin1" iso-8859-1) ("english" "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]" "[']" nil ("-B") nil iso-8859-1))))

(setq ispell-dictionary-alist-3 (quote (("esperanto" "[A-Za-z\246\254\266\274\306\330\335\336\346\370\375\376]" "[^A-Za-z\246\254\266\274\306\330\335\336\346\370\375\376]" "[-']" t ("-C") "~latin3" iso-8859-3) ("esperanto-tex" "[A-Za-z^\\]" "[^A-Za-z^\\]" "[-'`\"]" t ("-C" "-d" "esperanto") "~tex" iso-8859-3) ("francais7" "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]" "[`'^-]" t nil nil iso-8859-1) ("francais" "[A-Za-z\300\302\306\307\310\311\312\313\316\317\324\331\333\334\340\342\347\350\351\352\353\356\357\364\371\373\374]" "[^A-Za-z\300\302\306\307\310\311\312\313\316\317\324\331\333\334\340\342\347\350\351\352\353\356\357\364\371\373\374]" "[-'.@]" t nil "~list" iso-8859-1) ("francais-tex" "[A-Za-z\300\302\306\307\310\311\312\313\316\317\324\331\333\334\340\342\347\350\351\352\353\356\357\364\371\373\374\\]" "[^A-Za-z\300\302\306\307\310\311\312\313\316\317\324\331\333\334\340\342\347\350\351\352\353\356\357\364\371\373\374\\]" "[-'^`\".@]" t nil "~tex" iso-8859-1))))

(setq ispell-dictionary-alist-4 (quote (("german" "[a-zA-Z\"]" "[^a-zA-Z\"]" "[']" t ("-C") "~tex" iso-8859-1) ("german8" "[a-zA-Z\304\326\334\344\366\337\374]" "[^a-zA-Z\304\326\334\344\366\337\374]" "[']" t ("-C" "-d" "german") "~latin1" iso-8859-1) ("italiano" "[A-Z\300\301\310\311\314\315\322\323\331\332a-z\340\341\350\351\354\355\363\371\372]" "[^A-Z\300\301\310\311\314\315\322\323\331\332a-z\340\341\350\351\354\355\363\371\372]" "[-.]" nil ("-B" "-d" "italian") "~tex" iso-8859-1) ("nederlands" "[A-Za-z\300\301\302\303\304\305\307\310\311\312\313\314\315\316\317\322\323\324\325\326\331\332\333\334\340\341\342\343\344\345\347\350\351\352\353\354\355\356\357\361\362\363\364\365\366\371\372\373\374]" "[^A-Za-z\300\301\302\303\304\305\307\310\311\312\313\314\315\316\317\322\323\324\325\326\331\332\333\334\340\341\342\343\344\345\347\350\351\352\353\354\355\356\357\361\362\363\364\365\366\371\372\373\374]" "[']" t ("-C") nil iso-8859-1) ("nederlands8" "[A-Za-z\300\301\302\303\304\305\307\310\311\312\313\314\315\316\317\322\323\324\325\326\331\332\333\334\340\341\342\343\344\345\347\350\351\352\353\354\355\356\357\361\362\363\364\365\366\371\372\373\374]" "[^A-Za-z\300\301\302\303\304\305\307\310\311\312\313\314\315\316\317\322\323\324\325\326\331\332\333\334\340\341\342\343\344\345\347\350\351\352\353\354\355\356\357\361\362\363\364\365\366\371\372\373\374]" "[']" t ("-C") nil iso-8859-1))))

(setq ispell-dictionary-alist-5 (quote (("norsk" "[A-Za-z\305\306\307\310\311\322\324\330\345\346\347\350\351\362\364\370]" "[^A-Za-z\305\306\307\310\311\322\324\330\345\346\347\350\351\362\364\370]" "[\"]" nil nil "~list" iso-8859-1) ("norsk7-tex" "[A-Za-z{}\\'^`]" "[^A-Za-z{}\\'^`]" "[\"]" nil ("-d" "norsk") "~plaintex" iso-8859-1) ("polish" "[A-Za-z\241\243\246\254\257\261\263\266\274\277\306\312\321\323\346\352\361\363]" "[^A-Za-z\241\243\246\254\257\261\263\266\274\277\306\312\321\323\346\352\361\363]" "[.]" nil nil nil iso-8859-2) ("portugues" "[a-zA-Z\301\302\311\323\340\341\342\351\352\355\363\343\372]" "[^a-zA-Z\301\302\311\323\340\341\342\351\352\355\363\343\372]" "[']" t ("-C") "~latin1" iso-8859-1))))

(setq ispell-dictionary-alist-6 (quote (("russian" "[\341\342\367\347\344\345\263\366\372\351\352\353\354\355\356\357\360\362\363\364\365\346\350\343\376\373\375\370\371\377\374\340\361\301\302\327\307\304\305\243\326\332\311\312\313\314\315\316\317\320\322\323\324\325\306\310\303\336\333\335\330\331\337\334\300\321]" "[^\341\342\367\347\344\345\263\366\372\351\352\353\354\355\356\357\360\362\363\364\365\346\350\343\376\373\375\370\371\377\374\340\361\301\302\327\307\304\305\243\326\332\311\312\313\314\315\316\317\320\322\323\324\325\306\310\303\336\333\335\330\331\337\334\300\321]" "" nil nil nil koi8-r) ("russianw" "[\300\301\302\303\304\305\250\306\307\310\311\312\313\314\315\316\317\320\321\322\323\324\325\326\327\330\331\334\333\332\335\336\337\340\341\342\343\344\345\270\346\347\350\351\352\353\354\355\356\357\360\361\362\363\364\365\366\367\370\371\374\373\372\375\376\377]" "[^\300\301\302\303\304\305\250\306\307\310\311\312\313\314\315\316\317\320\321\322\323\324\325\326\327\330\331\334\333\332\335\336\337\340\341\342\343\344\345\270\346\347\350\351\352\353\354\355\356\357\360\361\362\363\364\365\366\367\370\371\374\373\372\375\376\377]" "" nil nil nil windows-1251) ("slovak" "[A-Za-z\301\304\311\315\323\332\324\300\305\245\335\256\251\310\317\253\322\341\344\351\355\363\372\364\340\345\265\375\276\271\350\357\273\362]" "[^A-Za-z\301\304\311\315\323\332\324\300\305\245\335\256\251\310\317\253\322\341\344\351\355\363\372\364\340\345\265\375\276\271\350\357\273\362]" "" nil ("-B") nil iso-8859-2) ("slovenian" "[A-Za-z\301\304\311\315\323\332\324\300\305\245\335\256\251\310\317\253\322\341\344\351\355\363\372\364\340\345\265\375\276\271\350\357\273\362]" "[^A-Za-z\301\304\311\315\323\332\324\300\305\245\335\256\251\310\317\253\322\341\344\351\355\363\372\364\340\345\265\375\276\271\350\357\273\362]" "" nil ("-B" "-d" "slovenian") nil iso-8859-2) ("svenska" "[A-Za-z\345\344\366\351\340\374\350\346\370\347\305\304\326\311\300\334\310\306\330\307]" "[^A-Za-z\345\344\366\351\340\374\350\346\370\347\305\304\326\311\300\334\310\306\330\307]" "[']" nil ("-C") "~list" iso-8859-1))))

(defvar ispell-dictionary-alist (append ispell-dictionary-alist-1 ispell-dictionary-alist-2 ispell-dictionary-alist-3 ispell-dictionary-alist-4 ispell-dictionary-alist-5 ispell-dictionary-alist-6) "\
An alist of dictionaries and their associated parameters.

Each element of this list is also a list:

\(DICTIONARY-NAME CASECHARS NOT-CASECHARS OTHERCHARS MANY-OTHERCHARS-P
        ISPELL-ARGS EXTENDED-CHARACTER-MODE CHARACTER-SET)

DICTIONARY-NAME is a possible string value of variable `ispell-dictionary',
nil means the default dictionary.

CASECHARS is a regular expression of valid characters that comprise a word.

NOT-CASECHARS is the opposite regexp of CASECHARS.

OTHERCHARS is a regexp of characters in the NOT-CASECHARS set but which can be
used to construct words in some special way.  If OTHERCHARS characters follow
and precede characters from CASECHARS, they are parsed as part of a word,
otherwise they become word-breaks.  As an example in English, assume the
regular expression \"[']\" for OTHERCHARS.  Then \"they're\" and
\"Steven's\" are parsed as single words including the \"'\" character, but
\"Stevens'\" does not include the quote character as part of the word.
If you want OTHERCHARS to be empty, use the empty string.
Hint: regexp syntax requires the hyphen to be declared first here.

CASECHARS, NOT-CASECHARS, and OTHERCHARS must be unibyte strings
containing bytes of CHARACTER-SET.  In addition, if they contain
a non-ASCII byte, the regular expression must be a single
`character set' construct that doesn't specify a character range
for non-ASCII bytes.

MANY-OTHERCHARS-P is non-nil when multiple OTHERCHARS are allowed in a word.
Otherwise only a single OTHERCHARS character is allowed to be part of any
single word.

ISPELL-ARGS is a list of additional arguments passed to the ispell
subprocess.

EXTENDED-CHARACTER-MODE should be used when dictionaries are used which
have been configured in an Ispell affix file.  (For example, umlauts
can be encoded as \\\"a, a\\\", \"a, ...)  Defaults are ~tex and ~nroff
in English.  This has the same effect as the command-line `-T' option.
The buffer Major Mode controls Ispell's parsing in tex or nroff mode,
but the dictionary can control the extended character mode.
Both defaults can be overruled in a buffer-local fashion. See
`ispell-parsing-keyword' for details on this.

CHARACTER-SET used for languages with multibyte characters.

Note that the CASECHARS and OTHERCHARS slots of the alist should
contain the same character set as casechars and otherchars in the
LANGUAGE.aff file (e.g., english.aff).")

(defvar ispell-menu-map nil "\
Key map for ispell menu.")

(defvar ispell-menu-xemacs nil "\
Spelling menu for XEmacs.
If nil when package is loaded, a standard menu will be set,
and added as a submenu of the \"Edit\" menu.")

(defvar ispell-menu-map-needed (and (not ispell-menu-map) (not (featurep (quote xemacs))) (quote reload)))

(if ispell-menu-map-needed (progn (setq ispell-menu-map (make-sparse-keymap "Spell")) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-change-dictionary] (quote (menu-item "Change Dictionary..." ispell-change-dictionary :help "Supply explicit dictionary file name"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-kill-ispell] (quote (menu-item "Kill Process" ispell-kill-ispell :enable (and (boundp (quote ispell-process)) ispell-process (eq (ispell-process-status) (quote run))) :help "Terminate Ispell subprocess"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-pdict-save] (quote (menu-item "Save Dictionary" (lambda nil (interactive) (ispell-pdict-save t t)) :help "Save personal dictionary"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-customize] (quote (menu-item "Customize..." (lambda nil (interactive) (customize-group (quote ispell))) :help "Customize spell checking options"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-help] (quote (menu-item "Help" (lambda nil (interactive) (describe-function (quote ispell-help))) :help "Show standard Ispell keybindings and commands"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [flyspell-mode] (quote (menu-item "Automatic spell checking (Flyspell)" flyspell-mode :help "Check spelling while you edit the text" :button (:toggle bound-and-true-p flyspell-mode)))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-complete-word] (quote (menu-item "Complete Word" ispell-complete-word :help "Complete word at cursor using dictionary"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-complete-word-interior-frag] (quote (menu-item "Complete Word Fragment" ispell-complete-word-interior-frag :help "Complete word fragment at cursor")))))

(if ispell-menu-map-needed (progn (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-continue] (quote (menu-item "Continue Spell-Checking" ispell-continue :enable (and (boundp (quote ispell-region-end)) (marker-position ispell-region-end) (equal (marker-buffer ispell-region-end) (current-buffer))) :help "Continue spell checking last region"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-word] (quote (menu-item "Spell-Check Word" ispell-word :help "Spell-check word at cursor"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-comments-and-strings] (quote (menu-item "Spell-Check Comments" ispell-comments-and-strings :help "Spell-check only comments and strings")))))

(if ispell-menu-map-needed (progn (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-region] (quote (menu-item "Spell-Check Region" ispell-region :enable mark-active :help "Spell-check text in marked region"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-message] (quote (menu-item "Spell-Check Message" ispell-message :visible (eq major-mode (quote mail-mode)) :help "Skip headers and included message text"))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-buffer] (quote (menu-item "Spell-Check Buffer" ispell-buffer :help "Check spelling of selected buffer"))) (fset (quote ispell-menu-map) (symbol-value (quote ispell-menu-map)))))

(defvar ispell-skip-region-alist (quote ((ispell-words-keyword forward-line) (ispell-dictionary-keyword forward-line) (ispell-pdict-keyword forward-line) (ispell-parsing-keyword forward-line) ("^---*BEGIN PGP [A-Z ]*--*" . "^---*END PGP [A-Z ]*--*") ("^begin [0-9][0-9][0-9] [^ 	]+$" . "\nend\n") ("^%!PS-Adobe-[123].0" . "\n%%EOF\n") ("^---* \\(Start of \\)?[Ff]orwarded [Mm]essage" . "^---* End of [Ff]orwarded [Mm]essage") ("\\(--+\\|_+\\|\\(/\\w\\|\\(\\(\\w\\|[-_]\\)+[.:@]\\)\\)\\(\\w\\|[-_]\\)*\\([.:/@]+\\(\\w\\|[-_~=?&]\\)+\\)+\\)"))) "\
Alist expressing beginning and end of regions not to spell check.
The alist key must be a regular expression.
Valid forms include:
  (KEY) - just skip the key.
  (KEY . REGEXP) - skip to the end of REGEXP.  REGEXP may be string or symbol.
  (KEY REGEXP) - skip to end of REGEXP.  REGEXP must be a string.
  (KEY FUNCTION ARGS) - FUNCTION called with ARGS returns end of region.")

(defvar ispell-tex-skip-alists (quote ((("\\\\addcontentsline" ispell-tex-arg-end 2) ("\\\\add\\(tocontents\\|vspace\\)" ispell-tex-arg-end) ("\\\\\\([aA]lph\\|arabic\\)" ispell-tex-arg-end) ("\\\\bibliographystyle" ispell-tex-arg-end) ("\\\\makebox" ispell-tex-arg-end 0) ("\\\\e?psfig" ispell-tex-arg-end) ("\\\\document\\(class\\|style\\)" . "\\\\begin[ 	\n]*{[ 	\n]*document[ 	\n]*}")) (("\\(figure\\|table\\)\\*?" ispell-tex-arg-end 0) ("list" ispell-tex-arg-end 2) ("program" . "\\\\end[ 	\n]*{[ 	\n]*program[ 	\n]*}") ("verbatim\\*?" . "\\\\end[ 	\n]*{[ 	\n]*verbatim\\*?[ 	\n]*}")))) "\
*Lists of regions to be skipped in TeX mode.
First list is used raw.
Second list has key placed inside \\begin{}.

Delete or add any regions you want to be automatically selected
for skipping in latex mode.")

(defvar ispell-html-skip-alists (quote (("<[cC][oO][dD][eE]\\>[^>]*>" "</[cC][oO][dD][eE]*>") ("<[sS][cC][rR][iI][pP][tT]\\>[^>]*>" "</[sS][cC][rR][iI][pP][tT]>") ("<[aA][pP][pP][lL][eE][tT]\\>[^>]*>" "</[aA][pP][pP][lL][eE][tT]>") ("<[vV][eE][rR][bB]\\>[^>]*>" "<[vV][eE][rR][bB]\\>[^>]*>") ("<[tT][tT]/" "/") ("<[^ 	\n>]" ">") ("&[^ 	\n;]" "[; 	\n]"))) "\
*Lists of start and end keys to skip in HTML buffers.
Same format as `ispell-skip-region-alist'
Note - substrings of other matches must come last
 (e.g. \"<[tT][tT]/\" and \"<[^ \\t\\n>]\").")
 (define-key esc-map "$" 'ispell-word)

(autoload (quote ispell-word) "ispell" "\
Check spelling of word under or before the cursor.
If the word is not found in dictionary, display possible corrections
in a window allowing you to choose one.

If optional argument FOLLOWING is non-nil or if `ispell-following-word'
is non-nil when called interactively, then the following word
\(rather than preceding) is checked when the cursor is not over a word.
When the optional argument QUIETLY is non-nil or `ispell-quietly' is non-nil
when called interactively, non-corrective messages are suppressed.

With a prefix argument (or if CONTINUE is non-nil),
resume interrupted spell-checking of a buffer or region.

Word syntax is controlled by the definition of the chosen dictionary,
which is in `ispell-local-dictionary-alist' or `ispell-dictionary-alist'.

This will check or reload the dictionary.  Use \\[ispell-change-dictionary]
or \\[ispell-region] to update the Ispell process.

Return values:
nil           word is correct or spelling is accepted.
0             word is inserted into buffer-local definitions.
\"word\"        word corrected from word list.
\(\"word\" arg)  word is hand entered.
quit          spell session exited.

\(fn &optional FOLLOWING QUIETLY CONTINUE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-pdict-save) "ispell" "\
Check to see if the personal dictionary has been modified.
If so, ask if it needs to be saved.

\(fn &optional NO-QUERY FORCE-SAVE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-help) "ispell" "\
Display a list of the options available when a misspelling is encountered.

Selections are:

DIGIT: Replace the word with a digit offered in the *Choices* buffer.
SPC:   Accept word this time.
`i':   Accept word and insert into private dictionary.
`a':   Accept word for this session.
`A':   Accept word and place in `buffer-local dictionary'.
`r':   Replace word with typed-in value.  Rechecked.
`R':   Replace word with typed-in value. Query-replaced in buffer. Rechecked.
`?':   Show these commands.
`x':   Exit spelling buffer.  Move cursor to original point.
`X':   Exit spelling buffer.  Leaves cursor at the current point, and permits
        the aborted check to be completed later.
`q':   Quit spelling session (Kills ispell process).
`l':   Look up typed-in replacement in alternate dictionary.  Wildcards okay.
`u':   Like `i', but the word is lower-cased first.
`m':   Place typed-in value in personal dictionary, then recheck current word.
`C-l':  Redraw screen.
`C-r':  Recursive edit.
`C-z':  Suspend Emacs or iconify frame.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-kill-ispell) "ispell" "\
Kill current Ispell process (so that you may start a fresh one).
With NO-ERROR, just return non-nil if there was no Ispell running.

\(fn &optional NO-ERROR)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-change-dictionary) "ispell" "\
Change to dictionary DICT for Ispell.
With a prefix arg, set it \"globally\", for all buffers.
Without a prefix arg, set it \"locally\", just for this buffer.

By just answering RET you can find out what the current dictionary is.

\(fn DICT &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-region) "ispell" "\
Interactively check a region for spelling errors.
Return nil if spell session is quit,
 otherwise returns shift offset amount for last line processed.

\(fn REG-START REG-END &optional RECHECKP SHIFT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-comments-and-strings) "ispell" "\
Check comments and strings in the current buffer for spelling errors.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-buffer) "ispell" "\
Check the current buffer for spelling errors interactively.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-continue) "ispell" "\
Continue a halted spelling session beginning with the current word.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-complete-word) "ispell" "\
Try to complete the word before or under point (see `lookup-words').
If optional INTERIOR-FRAG is non-nil then the word may be a character
sequence inside of a word.

Standard ispell choices are then available.

\(fn &optional INTERIOR-FRAG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-complete-word-interior-frag) "ispell" "\
Completes word matching character sequence inside a word.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell) "ispell" "\
Interactively check a region or buffer for spelling errors.
If `transient-mark-mode' is on, and a region is active, spell-check
that region.  Otherwise spell-check the buffer.

Ispell dictionaries are not distributed with Emacs.  If you are
looking for a dictionary, please see the distribution of the GNU ispell
program, or do an Internet search; there are various dictionaries
available on the net.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-minor-mode) "ispell" "\
Toggle Ispell minor mode.
With prefix arg, turn Ispell minor mode on iff arg is positive.

In Ispell minor mode, pressing SPC or RET
warns you if the previous word is incorrectly spelled.

All the buffer-local variables and dictionaries are ignored -- to read
them into the running ispell process, type \\[ispell-word] SPC.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ispell-message) "ispell" "\
Check the spelling of a mail message or news post.
Don't check spelling of message headers except the Subject field.
Don't check included messages.

To abort spell checking of a message region and send the message anyway,
use the `x' command.  (Any subsequent regions will be checked.)
The `X' command aborts the message send so that you can edit the buffer.

To spell-check whenever a message is sent, include the appropriate lines
in your .emacs file:
   (add-hook 'message-send-hook 'ispell-message)  ;; GNUS 5
   (add-hook 'news-inews-hook 'ispell-message)    ;; GNUS 4
   (add-hook 'mail-send-hook  'ispell-message)
   (add-hook 'mh-before-send-letter-hook 'ispell-message)

You can bind this to the key C-c i in GNUS or mail by adding to
`news-reply-mode-hook' or `mail-mode-hook' the following lambda expression:
   (function (lambda () (local-set-key \"\\C-ci\" 'ispell-message)))

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (iswitchb-mode) "iswitchb" "iswitchb.el" (17819
;;;;;;  9451))
;;; Generated autoloads from iswitchb.el

(defvar iswitchb-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Iswitchb mode is enabled.
See the command `iswitchb-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `iswitchb-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote iswitchb-mode) "iswitchb" nil)

(autoload (quote iswitchb-mode) "iswitchb" "\
Toggle Iswitchb global minor mode.
With arg, turn Iswitchb mode on if and only iff ARG is positive.
This mode enables switching between buffers using substrings.  See
`iswitchb' for details.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (read-hiragana-string japanese-zenkaku-region japanese-hankaku-region
;;;;;;  japanese-hiragana-region japanese-katakana-region japanese-zenkaku
;;;;;;  japanese-hankaku japanese-hiragana japanese-katakana setup-japanese-environment-internal)
;;;;;;  "japan-util" "language/japan-util.el" (17842 58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/japan-util.el

(autoload (quote setup-japanese-environment-internal) "japan-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote japanese-katakana) "japan-util" "\
Convert argument to Katakana and return that.
The argument may be a character or string.  The result has the same type.
The argument object is not altered--the value is a copy.
Optional argument HANKAKU t means to convert to `hankaku' Katakana
 (`japanese-jisx0201-kana'), in which case return value
 may be a string even if OBJ is a character if two Katakanas are
 necessary to represent OBJ.

\(fn OBJ &optional HANKAKU)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote japanese-hiragana) "japan-util" "\
Convert argument to Hiragana and return that.
The argument may be a character or string.  The result has the same type.
The argument object is not altered--the value is a copy.

\(fn OBJ)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote japanese-hankaku) "japan-util" "\
Convert argument to `hankaku' and return that.
The argument may be a character or string.  The result has the same type.
The argument object is not altered--the value is a copy.
Optional argument ASCII-ONLY non-nil means to return only ASCII character.

\(fn OBJ &optional ASCII-ONLY)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote japanese-zenkaku) "japan-util" "\
Convert argument to `zenkaku' and return that.
The argument may be a character or string.  The result has the same type.
The argument object is not altered--the value is a copy.

\(fn OBJ)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote japanese-katakana-region) "japan-util" "\
Convert Japanese `hiragana' chars in the region to `katakana' chars.
Optional argument HANKAKU t means to convert to `hankaku katakana' character
of which charset is `japanese-jisx0201-kana'.

\(fn FROM TO &optional HANKAKU)" t nil)

(autoload (quote japanese-hiragana-region) "japan-util" "\
Convert Japanese `katakana' chars in the region to `hiragana' chars.

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

(autoload (quote japanese-hankaku-region) "japan-util" "\
Convert Japanese `zenkaku' chars in the region to `hankaku' chars.
`Zenkaku' chars belong to `japanese-jisx0208'
`Hankaku' chars belong to `ascii' or `japanese-jisx0201-kana'.
Optional argument ASCII-ONLY non-nil means to convert only to ASCII char.

\(fn FROM TO &optional ASCII-ONLY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote japanese-zenkaku-region) "japan-util" "\
Convert hankaku' chars in the region to Japanese `zenkaku' chars.
`Zenkaku' chars belong to `japanese-jisx0208'
`Hankaku' chars belong to `ascii' or `japanese-jisx0201-kana'.
Optional argument KATAKANA-ONLY non-nil means to convert only KATAKANA char.

\(fn FROM TO &optional KATAKANA-ONLY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote read-hiragana-string) "japan-util" "\
Read a Hiragana string from the minibuffer, prompting with string PROMPT.
If non-nil, second arg INITIAL-INPUT is a string to insert before reading.

\(fn PROMPT &optional INITIAL-INPUT)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (jka-compr-uninstall jka-compr-handler) "jka-compr"
;;;;;;  "jka-compr.el" (17853 24893))
;;; Generated autoloads from jka-compr.el

(defvar jka-compr-inhibit nil "\
Non-nil means inhibit automatic uncompression temporarily.
Lisp programs can bind this to t to do that.
It is not recommended to set this variable permanently to anything but nil.")

(autoload (quote jka-compr-handler) "jka-compr" "\
Not documented

\(fn OPERATION &rest ARGS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote jka-compr-uninstall) "jka-compr" "\
Uninstall jka-compr.
This removes the entries in `file-name-handler-alist' and `auto-mode-alist'
and `inhibit-first-line-modes-suffixes' that were added
by `jka-compr-installed'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (keypad-setup keypad-numlock-shifted-setup keypad-shifted-setup
;;;;;;  keypad-numlock-setup keypad-setup) "keypad" "emulation/keypad.el"
;;;;;;  (17833 41203))
;;; Generated autoloads from emulation/keypad.el

(defvar keypad-setup nil "\
Specifies the keypad setup for unshifted keypad keys when NumLock is off.
When selecting the plain numeric keypad setup, the character returned by the
decimal key must be specified.")

(custom-autoload (quote keypad-setup) "keypad" nil)

(defvar keypad-numlock-setup nil "\
Specifies the keypad setup for unshifted keypad keys when NumLock is on.
When selecting the plain numeric keypad setup, the character returned by the
decimal key must be specified.")

(custom-autoload (quote keypad-numlock-setup) "keypad" nil)

(defvar keypad-shifted-setup nil "\
Specifies the keypad setup for shifted keypad keys when NumLock is off.
When selecting the plain numeric keypad setup, the character returned by the
decimal key must be specified.")

(custom-autoload (quote keypad-shifted-setup) "keypad" nil)

(defvar keypad-numlock-shifted-setup nil "\
Specifies the keypad setup for shifted keypad keys when NumLock is off.
When selecting the plain numeric keypad setup, the character returned by the
decimal key must be specified.")

(custom-autoload (quote keypad-numlock-shifted-setup) "keypad" nil)

(autoload (quote keypad-setup) "keypad" "\
Set keypad bindings in `function-key-map' according to SETUP.
If optional second argument NUMLOCK is non-nil, the NumLock On bindings
are changed.  Otherwise, the NumLock Off bindings are changed.
If optional third argument SHIFT is non-nil, the shifted keypad
keys are bound.

 Setup      Binding
 -------------------------------------------------------------
 'prefix   Command prefix argument, i.e.  M-0 .. M-9 and M--
 'S-cursor Bind shifted keypad keys to the shifted cursor movement keys.
 'cursor   Bind keypad keys to the cursor movement keys.
 'numeric  Plain numeric keypad, i.e. 0 .. 9 and .  (or DECIMAL arg)
 'none     Removes all bindings for keypad keys in function-key-map;
           this enables any user-defined bindings for the keypad keys
           in the global and local keymaps.

If SETUP is 'numeric and the optional fourth argument DECIMAL is non-nil,
the decimal key on the keypad is mapped to DECIMAL instead of `.'

\(fn SETUP &optional NUMLOCK SHIFT DECIMAL)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (kinsoku) "kinsoku" "international/kinsoku.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/kinsoku.el

(autoload (quote kinsoku) "kinsoku" "\
Go to a line breaking position near point by doing `kinsoku' processing.
LINEBEG is a buffer position we can't break a line before.

`Kinsoku' processing is to prohibit specific characters to be placed
at beginning of line or at end of line.  Characters not to be placed
at beginning and end of line have character category `>' and `<'
respectively.  This restriction is dissolved by making a line longer or
shorter.

`Kinsoku' is a Japanese word which originally means ordering to stay
in one place, and is used for the text processing described above in
the context of text formatting.

\(fn LINEBEG)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (kkc-region) "kkc" "international/kkc.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/kkc.el

(defvar kkc-after-update-conversion-functions nil "\
Functions to run after a conversion is selected in `japanese' input method.
With this input method, a user can select a proper conversion from
candidate list.  Each time he changes the selection, functions in this
list are called with two arguments; starting and ending buffer
positions that contains the current selection.")

(autoload (quote kkc-region) "kkc" "\
Convert Kana string in the current region to Kanji-Kana mixed string.
Users can select a desirable conversion interactively.
When called from a program, expects two arguments,
positions FROM and TO (integers or markers) specifying the target region.
When it returns, the point is at the tail of the selected conversion,
and the return value is the length of the conversion.

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (kmacro-end-call-mouse kmacro-end-and-call-macro
;;;;;;  kmacro-end-or-call-macro kmacro-start-macro-or-insert-counter
;;;;;;  kmacro-call-macro kmacro-end-macro kmacro-start-macro) "kmacro"
;;;;;;  "kmacro.el" (17833 41350))
;;; Generated autoloads from kmacro.el
 (global-set-key "\C-x(" 'kmacro-start-macro)
 (global-set-key "\C-x)" 'kmacro-end-macro)
 (global-set-key "\C-xe" 'kmacro-end-and-call-macro)
 (global-set-key [f3] 'kmacro-start-macro-or-insert-counter)
 (global-set-key [f4] 'kmacro-end-or-call-macro)
 (global-set-key "\C-x\C-k" 'kmacro-keymap)
 (autoload 'kmacro-keymap "kmacro" "Keymap for keyboard macro commands." t 'keymap)

(autoload (quote kmacro-start-macro) "kmacro" "\
Record subsequent keyboard input, defining a keyboard macro.
The commands are recorded even as they are executed.
Use \\[kmacro-end-macro] to finish recording and make the macro available.
Use \\[kmacro-end-and-call-macro] to execute the macro.

Non-nil arg (prefix arg) means append to last macro defined.

With \\[universal-argument] prefix, append to last keyboard macro
defined.  Depending on `kmacro-execute-before-append', this may begin
by re-executing the last macro as if you typed it again.

Otherwise, it sets `kmacro-counter' to ARG or 0 if missing before
defining the macro.

Use \\[kmacro-insert-counter] to insert (and increment) the macro counter.
The counter value can be set or modified via \\[kmacro-set-counter] and \\[kmacro-add-counter].
The format of the counter can be modified via \\[kmacro-set-format].

Use \\[kmacro-name-last-macro] to give it a permanent name.
Use \\[kmacro-bind-to-key] to bind it to a key sequence.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote kmacro-end-macro) "kmacro" "\
Finish defining a keyboard macro.
The definition was started by \\[kmacro-start-macro].
The macro is now available for use via \\[kmacro-call-macro],
or it can be given a name with \\[kmacro-name-last-macro] and then invoked
under that name.

With numeric arg, repeat macro now that many times,
counting the definition just completed as the first repetition.
An argument of zero means repeat until error.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote kmacro-call-macro) "kmacro" "\
Call the last keyboard macro that you defined with \\[kmacro-start-macro].
A prefix argument serves as a repeat count.  Zero means repeat until error.

When you call the macro, you can call the macro again by repeating
just the last key in the key sequence that you used to call this
command.  See `kmacro-call-repeat-key' and `kmacro-call-repeat-with-arg'
for details on how to adjust or disable this behavior.

To make a macro permanent so you can call it even after defining
others, use \\[kmacro-name-last-macro].

\(fn ARG &optional NO-REPEAT END-MACRO)" t nil)

(autoload (quote kmacro-start-macro-or-insert-counter) "kmacro" "\
Record subsequent keyboard input, defining a keyboard macro.
The commands are recorded even as they are executed.

Sets the `kmacro-counter' to ARG (or 0 if no prefix arg) before defining the
macro.

With \\[universal-argument], appends to current keyboard macro (keeping
the current value of `kmacro-counter').

When defining/executing macro, inserts macro counter and increments
the counter with ARG or 1 if missing.  With \\[universal-argument],
inserts previous `kmacro-counter' (but do not modify counter).

The macro counter can be modified via \\[kmacro-set-counter] and \\[kmacro-add-counter].
The format of the counter can be modified via \\[kmacro-set-format].

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote kmacro-end-or-call-macro) "kmacro" "\
End kbd macro if currently being defined; else call last kbd macro.
With numeric prefix ARG, repeat macro that many times.
With \\[universal-argument], call second macro in macro ring.

\(fn ARG &optional NO-REPEAT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote kmacro-end-and-call-macro) "kmacro" "\
Call last keyboard macro, ending it first if currently being defined.
With numeric prefix ARG, repeat macro that many times.
Zero argument means repeat until there is an error.

To give a macro a permanent name, so you can call it
even after defining other macros, use \\[kmacro-name-last-macro].

\(fn ARG &optional NO-REPEAT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote kmacro-end-call-mouse) "kmacro" "\
Move point to the position clicked with the mouse and call last kbd macro.
If kbd macro currently being defined end it before activating it.

\(fn EVENT)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (kannada-post-read-conversion kannada-compose-string
;;;;;;  kannada-compose-region) "knd-util" "language/knd-util.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/knd-util.el

(defconst kannada-consonant "[\x51f75-\x51fb9]")

(autoload (quote kannada-compose-region) "knd-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

(autoload (quote kannada-compose-string) "knd-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn STRING)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote kannada-post-read-conversion) "knd-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn LEN)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (setup-korean-environment-internal) "korea-util"
;;;;;;  "language/korea-util.el" (17842 58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/korea-util.el

(defvar default-korean-keyboard (if (string-match "3" (or (getenv "HANGUL_KEYBOARD_TYPE") "")) "3" "") "\
*The kind of Korean keyboard for Korean input method.
\"\" for 2, \"3\" for 3.")

(autoload (quote setup-korean-environment-internal) "korea-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (lm lm-test-run) "landmark" "play/landmark.el"
;;;;;;  (17941 38806))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/landmark.el

(defalias (quote landmark-repeat) (quote lm-test-run))

(autoload (quote lm-test-run) "landmark" "\
Run 100 Lm games, each time saving the weights from the previous game.

\(fn)" t nil)

(defalias (quote landmark) (quote lm))

(autoload (quote lm) "landmark" "\
Start or resume an Lm game.
If a game is in progress, this command allows you to resume it.
Here is the relation between prefix args and game options:

prefix arg | robot is auto-started | weights are saved from last game
---------------------------------------------------------------------
none / 1   | yes                   | no
       2   | yes                   | yes
       3   | no                    | yes
       4   | no                    | no

You start by moving to a square and typing \\[lm-start-robot],
if you did not use a prefix arg to ask for automatic start.
Use \\[describe-mode] for more info.

\(fn PARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (lao-compose-region lao-composition-function lao-post-read-conversion
;;;;;;  lao-transcribe-roman-to-lao-string lao-transcribe-single-roman-syllable-to-lao
;;;;;;  lao-compose-string) "lao-util" "language/lao-util.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/lao-util.el

(autoload (quote lao-compose-string) "lao-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn STR)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote lao-transcribe-single-roman-syllable-to-lao) "lao-util" "\
Transcribe a Romanized Lao syllable in the region FROM and TO to Lao string.
Only the first syllable is transcribed.
The value has the form: (START END LAO-STRING), where
START and END are the beggining and end positions of the Roman Lao syllable,
LAO-STRING is the Lao character transcription of it.

Optional 3rd arg STR, if non-nil, is a string to search for Roman Lao
syllable.  In that case, FROM and TO are indexes to STR.

\(fn FROM TO &optional STR)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote lao-transcribe-roman-to-lao-string) "lao-util" "\
Transcribe Romanized Lao string STR to Lao character string.

\(fn STR)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote lao-post-read-conversion) "lao-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn LEN)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote lao-composition-function) "lao-util" "\
Compose Lao text in the region FROM and TO.
The text matches the regular expression PATTERN.
Optional 4th argument STRING, if non-nil, is a string containing text
to compose.

The return value is number of composed characters.

\(fn FROM TO PATTERN &optional STRING)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote lao-compose-region) "lao-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (latexenc-find-file-coding-system latexenc-coding-system-to-inputenc
;;;;;;  latexenc-inputenc-to-coding-system latex-inputenc-coding-alist)
;;;;;;  "latexenc" "international/latexenc.el" (17842 54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/latexenc.el

(defvar latex-inputenc-coding-alist (quote (("ansinew" . windows-1252) ("applemac" . mac-roman) ("ascii" . us-ascii) ("cp1250" . windows-1250) ("cp1252" . windows-1252) ("cp1257" . cp1257) ("cp437de" . cp437) ("cp437" . cp437) ("cp850" . cp850) ("cp852" . cp852) ("cp858" . cp858) ("cp865" . cp865) ("latin1" . iso-8859-1) ("latin2" . iso-8859-2) ("latin3" . iso-8859-3) ("latin4" . iso-8859-4) ("latin5" . iso-8859-5) ("latin9" . iso-8859-15) ("next" . next) ("utf8" . utf-8) ("utf8x" . utf-8))) "\
Mapping from LaTeX encodings in \"inputenc.sty\" to Emacs coding systems.
LaTeX encodings are specified with \"\\usepackage[encoding]{inputenc}\".
Used by the function `latexenc-find-file-coding-system'.")

(custom-autoload (quote latex-inputenc-coding-alist) "latexenc" t)

(autoload (quote latexenc-inputenc-to-coding-system) "latexenc" "\
Return the corresponding coding-system for the specified input encoding.
Return nil if no matching coding system can be found.

\(fn INPUTENC)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote latexenc-coding-system-to-inputenc) "latexenc" "\
Return the corresponding input encoding for the specified coding system.
Return nil if no matching input encoding can be found.

\(fn CS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote latexenc-find-file-coding-system) "latexenc" "\
Determine the coding system of a LaTeX file if it uses \"inputenc.sty\".
The mapping from LaTeX's \"inputenc.sty\" encoding names to Emacs
coding system names is determined from `latex-inputenc-coding-alist'.

\(fn ARG-LIST)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (latin1-display-ucs-per-lynx latin1-display latin1-display)
;;;;;;  "latin1-disp" "international/latin1-disp.el" (17874 62081))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/latin1-disp.el

(defvar latin1-display nil "\
Set up Latin-1/ASCII display for ISO8859 character sets.
This is done for each character set in the list `latin1-display-sets',
if no font is available to display it.  Characters are displayed using
the corresponding Latin-1 characters where they match.  Otherwise
ASCII sequences are used, mostly following the Latin prefix input
methods.  Some different ASCII sequences are used if
`latin1-display-mnemonic' is non-nil.

This option also treats some characters in the `mule-unicode-...'
charsets if you don't have a Unicode font with which to display them.

Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
use either \\[customize] or the function `latin1-display'.")

(custom-autoload (quote latin1-display) "latin1-disp" nil)

(autoload (quote latin1-display) "latin1-disp" "\
Set up Latin-1/ASCII display for the arguments character SETS.
See option `latin1-display' for the method.  The members of the list
must be in `latin1-display-sets'.  With no arguments, reset the
display for all of `latin1-display-sets'. See also
`latin1-display-setup'.  As well as iso-8859 characters, this treats
some characters in the `mule-unicode-...' charsets if you don't have
a Unicode font with which to display them.

\(fn &rest SETS)" nil nil)

(defvar latin1-display-ucs-per-lynx nil "\
Set up Latin-1/ASCII display for Unicode characters.
This uses the transliterations of the Lynx browser.  The display isn't
changed if the display can render Unicode characters.

Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
use either \\[customize] or the function `latin1-display'.")

(custom-autoload (quote latin1-display-ucs-per-lynx) "latin1-disp" nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ld-script-mode) "ld-script" "progmodes/ld-script.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56332))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/ld-script.el

(add-to-list (quote auto-mode-alist) (quote ("\\.ld[si]?\\>" . ld-script-mode)))

(add-to-list (quote auto-mode-alist) (quote ("\\.x[bdsru]?[cn]?\\'" . ld-script-mode)))

(autoload (quote ld-script-mode) "ld-script" "\
A major mode to edit GNU ld script files

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ledit-from-lisp-mode ledit-mode) "ledit" "ledit.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from ledit.el

(defconst ledit-save-files t "\
*Non-nil means Ledit should save files before transferring to Lisp.")

(defconst ledit-go-to-lisp-string "%?lisp" "\
*Shell commands to execute to resume Lisp job.")

(defconst ledit-go-to-liszt-string "%?liszt" "\
*Shell commands to execute to resume Lisp compiler job.")

(autoload (quote ledit-mode) "ledit" "\
\\<ledit-mode-map>Major mode for editing text and stuffing it to a Lisp job.
Like Lisp mode, plus these special commands:
  \\[ledit-save-defun]	-- record defun at or after point
	   for later transmission to Lisp job.
  \\[ledit-save-region] -- record region for later transmission to Lisp job.
  \\[ledit-go-to-lisp] -- transfer to Lisp job and transmit saved text.
  \\[ledit-go-to-liszt] -- transfer to Liszt (Lisp compiler) job
	   and transmit saved text.

\\{ledit-mode-map}
To make Lisp mode automatically change to Ledit mode,
do (setq lisp-mode-hook 'ledit-from-lisp-mode)

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ledit-from-lisp-mode) "ledit" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (life) "life" "play/life.el" (17842 55395))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/life.el

(autoload (quote life) "life" "\
Run Conway's Life simulation.
The starting pattern is randomly selected.  Prefix arg (optional first
arg non-nil from a program) is the number of seconds to sleep between
generations (this defaults to 1).

\(fn &optional SLEEPTIME)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (unload-feature) "loadhist" "loadhist.el" (17942
;;;;;;  63381))
;;; Generated autoloads from loadhist.el

(autoload (quote unload-feature) "loadhist" "\
Unload the library that provided FEATURE, restoring all its autoloads.
If the feature is required by any other loaded code, and prefix arg FORCE
is nil, raise an error.

This function tries to undo modifications made by the package to
hooks.  Packages may define a hook FEATURE-unload-hook that is called
instead of the normal heuristics for doing this.  Such a hook should
undo all the relevant global state changes that may have been made by
loading the package or executing functions in it.  It has access to
the package's feature list (before anything is unbound) in the
variable `unload-hook-features-list' and could remove features from it
in the event that the package has done something normally-ill-advised,
such as redefining an Emacs function.

\(fn FEATURE &optional FORCE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (locate-with-filter locate locate-ls-subdir-switches)
;;;;;;  "locate" "locate.el" (17992 30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from locate.el

(defvar locate-ls-subdir-switches "-al" "\
`ls' switches for inserting subdirectories in `*Locate*' buffers.
This should contain the \"-l\" switch, but not the \"-F\" or \"-b\" switches.")

(custom-autoload (quote locate-ls-subdir-switches) "locate" t)

(autoload (quote locate) "locate" "\
Run the program `locate', putting results in `*Locate*' buffer.
Pass it SEARCH-STRING as argument.  Interactively, prompt for SEARCH-STRING.
With prefix arg, prompt for the exact shell command to run instead.

This program searches for those file names in a database that match
SEARCH-STRING and normally outputs all matching absolute file names,
one per line.  The database normally consists of all files on your
system, or of all files that you have access to.  Consult the
documentation of the program for the details about how it determines
which file names match SEARCH-STRING.  (Those details vary highly with
the version.)

You can specify another program for this command to run by customizing
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.

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.
This function is similar to the function `locate', which see.
The difference is that, when invoked interactively, the present function
prompts for both SEARCH-STRING and FILTER.  It passes SEARCH-STRING
to the locate executable program.  It produces a `*Locate*' buffer
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 &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (log-edit) "log-edit" "log-edit.el" (18010 5298))
;;; Generated autoloads from log-edit.el

(autoload (quote log-edit) "log-edit" "\
Setup a buffer to enter a log message.
\\<log-edit-mode-map>The buffer will be put in `log-edit-mode'.
If SETUP is non-nil, the buffer is then erased and `log-edit-hook' is run.
Mark and point will be set around the entire contents of the
buffer so that it is easy to kill the contents of the buffer with \\[kill-region].
Once you're done editing the message, pressing \\[log-edit-done] will call
`log-edit-done' which will end up calling CALLBACK to do the actual commit.
LISTFUN if non-nil is a function of no arguments returning the list of files
  that are concerned by the current operation (using relative names).
If BUFFER is non-nil `log-edit' will jump to that buffer, use it to edit the
  log message and go back to the current buffer when done.  Otherwise, it
  uses the current buffer.

\(fn CALLBACK &optional SETUP LISTFUN BUFFER &rest IGNORE)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (log-view-mode) "log-view" "log-view.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from log-view.el

(autoload (quote log-view-mode) "log-view" "\
Major mode for browsing CVS log output.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (longlines-mode) "longlines" "longlines.el" (17992
;;;;;;  30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from longlines.el

(autoload (quote longlines-mode) "longlines" "\
Toggle Long Lines mode.
In Long Lines mode, long lines are wrapped if they extend beyond
`fill-column'.  The soft newlines used for line wrapping will not
show up when the text is yanked or saved to disk.

If the variable `longlines-auto-wrap' is non-nil, lines are automatically
wrapped whenever the buffer is changed.  You can always call
`fill-paragraph' to fill individual paragraphs.

If the variable `longlines-show-hard-newlines' is non-nil, hard newlines
are indicated with a symbol.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (print-region lpr-region print-buffer lpr-buffer
;;;;;;  lpr-command lpr-switches printer-name) "lpr" "lpr.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from lpr.el

(defvar lpr-windows-system (memq system-type (quote (emx win32 w32 mswindows ms-dos windows-nt))))

(defvar lpr-lp-system (memq system-type (quote (usg-unix-v dgux hpux irix))))

(defvar printer-name (and lpr-windows-system "PRN") "\
*The name of a local printer to which data is sent for printing.
\(Note that PostScript files are sent to `ps-printer-name', which see.)

On Unix-like systems, a string value should be a name understood by
lpr's -P option; otherwise the value should be nil.

On MS-DOS and MS-Windows systems, a string value is taken as the name of
a printer device or port, provided `lpr-command' is set to \"\".
Typical non-default settings would be \"LPT1\" to \"LPT3\" for parallel
printers, or \"COM1\" to \"COM4\" or \"AUX\" for serial printers, or
\"//hostname/printer\" for a shared network printer.  You can also set
it to the name of a file, in which case the output gets appended to that
file.  If you want to discard the printed output, set this to \"NUL\".")

(custom-autoload (quote printer-name) "lpr" t)

(defvar lpr-switches nil "\
*List of strings to pass as extra options for the printer program.
It is recommended to set `printer-name' instead of including an explicit
switch on this list.
See `lpr-command'.")

(custom-autoload (quote lpr-switches) "lpr" t)

(defvar lpr-command (cond (lpr-windows-system "") (lpr-lp-system "lp") (t "lpr")) "\
*Name of program for printing a file.

On MS-DOS and MS-Windows systems, if the value is an empty string then
Emacs will write directly to the printer port named by `printer-name'.
The programs `print' and `nprint' (the standard print programs on
Windows NT and Novell Netware respectively) are handled specially, using
`printer-name' as the destination for output; any other program is
treated like `lpr' except that an explicit filename is given as the last
argument.")

(custom-autoload (quote lpr-command) "lpr" t)

(autoload (quote lpr-buffer) "lpr" "\
Print buffer contents without pagination or page headers.
See the variables `lpr-switches' and `lpr-command'
for customization of the printer command.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote print-buffer) "lpr" "\
Paginate and print buffer contents.

The variable `lpr-headers-switches' controls how to paginate.
If it is nil (the default), we run the `pr' program (or whatever program
`lpr-page-header-program' specifies) to paginate.
`lpr-page-header-switches' specifies the switches for that program.

Otherwise, the switches in `lpr-headers-switches' are used
in the print command itself; we expect them to request pagination.

See the variables `lpr-switches' and `lpr-command'
for further customization of the printer command.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote lpr-region) "lpr" "\
Print region contents without pagination or page headers.
See the variables `lpr-switches' and `lpr-command'
for customization of the printer command.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote print-region) "lpr" "\
Paginate and print the region contents.

The variable `lpr-headers-switches' controls how to paginate.
If it is nil (the default), we run the `pr' program (or whatever program
`lpr-page-header-program' specifies) to paginate.
`lpr-page-header-switches' specifies the switches for that program.

Otherwise, the switches in `lpr-headers-switches' are used
in the print command itself; we expect them to request pagination.

See the variables `lpr-switches' and `lpr-command'
for further customization of the printer command.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ls-lisp-support-shell-wildcards) "ls-lisp" "ls-lisp.el"
;;;;;;  (18006 55796))
;;; Generated autoloads from ls-lisp.el

(defvar ls-lisp-support-shell-wildcards t "\
*Non-nil means ls-lisp treats file patterns as shell wildcards.
Otherwise they are treated as Emacs regexps (for backward compatibility).")

(custom-autoload (quote ls-lisp-support-shell-wildcards) "ls-lisp" t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (phases-of-moon) "lunar" "calendar/lunar.el" (17956
;;;;;;  13479))
;;; Generated autoloads from calendar/lunar.el

(autoload (quote phases-of-moon) "lunar" "\
Display the quarters of the moon for last month, this month, and next month.
If called with an optional prefix argument, prompts for month and year.

This function is suitable for execution in a .emacs file.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (m4-mode) "m4-mode" "progmodes/m4-mode.el" (17923
;;;;;;  63540))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/m4-mode.el

(autoload (quote m4-mode) "m4-mode" "\
A major mode to edit m4 macro files.
\\{m4-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (macroexpand-all) "macroexp" "emacs-lisp/macroexp.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54152))
;;; Generated autoloads from emacs-lisp/macroexp.el

(autoload (quote macroexpand-all) "macroexp" "\
Return result of expanding macros at all levels in FORM.
If no macros are expanded, FORM is returned unchanged.
The second optional arg ENVIRONMENT specifies an environment of macro
definitions to shadow the loaded ones for use in file byte-compilation.

\(fn FORM &optional ENVIRONMENT)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (apply-macro-to-region-lines kbd-macro-query insert-kbd-macro
;;;;;;  name-last-kbd-macro) "macros" "macros.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from macros.el

(autoload (quote name-last-kbd-macro) "macros" "\
Assign a name to the last keyboard macro defined.
Argument SYMBOL is the name to define.
The symbol's function definition becomes the keyboard macro string.
Such a \"function\" cannot be called from Lisp, but it is a valid editor command.

\(fn SYMBOL)" t nil)

(autoload (quote insert-kbd-macro) "macros" "\
Insert in buffer the definition of kbd macro NAME, as Lisp code.
Optional second arg KEYS means also record the keys it is on
\(this is the prefix argument, when calling interactively).

This Lisp code will, when executed, define the kbd macro with the same
definition it has now.  If you say to record the keys, the Lisp code
will also rebind those keys to the macro.  Only global key bindings
are recorded since executing this Lisp code always makes global
bindings.

To save a kbd macro, visit a file of Lisp code such as your `~/.emacs',
use this command, and then save the file.

\(fn MACRONAME &optional KEYS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote kbd-macro-query) "macros" "\
Query user during kbd macro execution.
  With prefix argument, enters recursive edit, reading keyboard
commands even within a kbd macro.  You can give different commands
each time the macro executes.
  Without prefix argument, asks whether to continue running the macro.
Your options are: \\<query-replace-map>
\\[act]	Finish this iteration normally and continue with the next.
\\[skip]	Skip the rest of this iteration, and start the next.
\\[exit]	Stop the macro entirely right now.
\\[recenter]	Redisplay the screen, then ask again.
\\[edit]	Enter recursive edit; ask again when you exit from that.

\(fn FLAG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote apply-macro-to-region-lines) "macros" "\
Apply last keyboard macro to all lines in the region.
For each line that begins in the region, move to the beginning of
the line, and run the last keyboard macro.

When called from lisp, this function takes two arguments TOP and
BOTTOM, describing the current region.  TOP must be before BOTTOM.
The optional third argument MACRO specifies a keyboard macro to
execute.

This is useful for quoting or unquoting included text, adding and
removing comments, or producing tables where the entries are regular.

For example, in Usenet articles, sections of text quoted from another
author are indented, or have each line start with `>'.  To quote a
section of text, define a keyboard macro which inserts `>', put point
and mark at opposite ends of the quoted section, and use
`\\[apply-macro-to-region-lines]' to mark the entire section.

Suppose you wanted to build a keyword table in C where each entry
looked like this:

    { \"foo\", foo_data, foo_function },
    { \"bar\", bar_data, bar_function },
    { \"baz\", baz_data, baz_function },

You could enter the names in this format:

    foo
    bar
    baz

and write a macro to massage a word into a table entry:

    \\C-x (
       \\M-d { \"\\C-y\", \\C-y_data, \\C-y_function },
    \\C-x )

and then select the region of un-tablified names and use
`\\[apply-macro-to-region-lines]' to build the table from the names.

\(fn TOP BOTTOM &optional MACRO)" t nil)
 (define-key ctl-x-map "q" 'kbd-macro-query)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (what-domain mail-extract-address-components) "mail-extr"
;;;;;;  "mail/mail-extr.el" (17842 55035))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/mail-extr.el

(autoload (quote mail-extract-address-components) "mail-extr" "\
Given an RFC-822 address ADDRESS, extract full name and canonical address.
Returns a list of the form (FULL-NAME CANONICAL-ADDRESS).  If no
name can be extracted, FULL-NAME will be nil.  Also see
`mail-extr-ignore-single-names' and
`mail-extr-ignore-realname-equals-mailbox-name'.

If the optional argument ALL is non-nil, then ADDRESS can contain zero
or more recipients, separated by commas, and we return a list of
the form ((FULL-NAME CANONICAL-ADDRESS) ...) with one element for
each recipient.  If ALL is nil, then if ADDRESS contains more than
one recipients, all but the first is ignored.

ADDRESS may be a string or a buffer.  If it is a buffer, the visible
\(narrowed) portion of the buffer will be interpreted as the address.
\(This feature exists so that the clever caller might be able to avoid
consing a string.)

\(fn ADDRESS &optional ALL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote what-domain) "mail-extr" "\
Convert mail domain DOMAIN to the country it corresponds to.

\(fn DOMAIN)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mail-hist-put-headers-into-history mail-hist-keep-history
;;;;;;  mail-hist-enable mail-hist-define-keys) "mail-hist" "mail/mail-hist.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 55035))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/mail-hist.el

(autoload (quote mail-hist-define-keys) "mail-hist" "\
Define keys for accessing mail header history.  For use in hooks.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mail-hist-enable) "mail-hist" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

(defvar mail-hist-keep-history t "\
*Non-nil means keep a history for headers and text of outgoing mail.")

(custom-autoload (quote mail-hist-keep-history) "mail-hist" t)

(autoload (quote mail-hist-put-headers-into-history) "mail-hist" "\
Put headers and contents of this message into mail header history.
Each header has its own independent history, as does the body of the
message.

This function normally would be called when the message is sent.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mail-fetch-field mail-unquote-printable-region
;;;;;;  mail-unquote-printable mail-quote-printable mail-file-babyl-p
;;;;;;  mail-use-rfc822) "mail-utils" "mail/mail-utils.el" (17842
;;;;;;  55035))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/mail-utils.el

(defvar mail-use-rfc822 nil "\
*If non-nil, use a full, hairy RFC822 parser on mail addresses.
Otherwise, (the default) use a smaller, somewhat faster, and
often correct parser.")

(custom-autoload (quote mail-use-rfc822) "mail-utils" t)

(autoload (quote mail-file-babyl-p) "mail-utils" "\
Not documented

\(fn FILE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mail-quote-printable) "mail-utils" "\
Convert a string to the \"quoted printable\" Q encoding.
If the optional argument WRAPPER is non-nil,
we add the wrapper characters =?ISO-8859-1?Q?....?=.

\(fn STRING &optional WRAPPER)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mail-unquote-printable) "mail-utils" "\
Undo the \"quoted printable\" encoding.
If the optional argument WRAPPER is non-nil,
we expect to find and remove the wrapper characters =?ISO-8859-1?Q?....?=.

\(fn STRING &optional WRAPPER)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mail-unquote-printable-region) "mail-utils" "\
Undo the \"quoted printable\" encoding in buffer from BEG to END.
If the optional argument WRAPPER is non-nil,
we expect to find and remove the wrapper characters =?ISO-8859-1?Q?....?=.
If NOERROR is non-nil, return t if successful.
If UNIBYTE is non-nil, insert converted characters as unibyte.
That is useful if you are going to character code decoding afterward,
as Rmail does.

\(fn BEG END &optional WRAPPER NOERROR UNIBYTE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote mail-fetch-field) "mail-utils" "\
Return the value of the header field whose type is FIELD-NAME.
The buffer is expected to be narrowed to just the header of the message.
If second arg LAST is non-nil, use the last field of type FIELD-NAME.
If third arg ALL is non-nil, concatenate all such fields with commas between.
If 4th arg LIST is non-nil, return a list of all such fields.

\(fn FIELD-NAME &optional LAST ALL LIST)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (define-mail-abbrev build-mail-abbrevs mail-abbrevs-setup)
;;;;;;  "mailabbrev" "mail/mailabbrev.el" (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/mailabbrev.el

(autoload (quote mail-abbrevs-setup) "mailabbrev" "\
Initialize use of the `mailabbrev' package.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote build-mail-abbrevs) "mailabbrev" "\
Read mail aliases from personal mail alias file and set `mail-abbrevs'.
By default this is the file specified by `mail-personal-alias-file'.

\(fn &optional FILE RECURSIVEP)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote define-mail-abbrev) "mailabbrev" "\
Define NAME as a mail alias abbrev that translates to DEFINITION.
If DEFINITION contains multiple addresses, separate them with commas.

\(fn NAME DEFINITION &optional FROM-MAILRC-FILE)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mail-complete define-mail-alias expand-mail-aliases
;;;;;;  mail-complete-style) "mailalias" "mail/mailalias.el" (17842
;;;;;;  55035))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/mailalias.el

(defvar mail-complete-style (quote angles) "\
*Specifies how \\[mail-complete] formats the full name when it completes.
If `nil', they contain just the return address like:
	king@grassland.com
If `parens', they look like:
	king@grassland.com (Elvis Parsley)
If `angles', they look like:
	Elvis Parsley <king@grassland.com>")

(custom-autoload (quote mail-complete-style) "mailalias" t)

(autoload (quote expand-mail-aliases) "mailalias" "\
Expand all mail aliases in suitable header fields found between BEG and END.
If interactive, expand in header fields.
Suitable header fields are `To', `From', `CC' and `BCC', `Reply-to', and
their `Resent-' variants.

Optional second arg EXCLUDE may be a regular expression defining text to be
removed from alias expansions.

\(fn BEG END &optional EXCLUDE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote define-mail-alias) "mailalias" "\
Define NAME as a mail alias that translates to DEFINITION.
This means that sending a message to NAME will actually send to DEFINITION.

Normally, the addresses in DEFINITION must be separated by commas.
If FROM-MAILRC-FILE is non-nil, then addresses in DEFINITION
can be separated by spaces; an address can contain spaces
if it is quoted with double-quotes.

\(fn NAME DEFINITION &optional FROM-MAILRC-FILE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote mail-complete) "mailalias" "\
Perform completion on header field or word preceding point.
Completable headers are according to `mail-complete-alist'.  If none matches
current header, calls `mail-complete-function' and passes prefix arg if any.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mailclient-send-it) "mailclient" "mail/mailclient.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 55035))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/mailclient.el

(autoload (quote mailclient-send-it) "mailclient" "\
Pass current buffer on to the system's mail client.
Suitable value for `send-mail-function'.
The mail client is taken to be the handler of mailto URLs.

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (makefile-imake-mode makefile-bsdmake-mode makefile-makepp-mode
;;;;;;  makefile-gmake-mode makefile-automake-mode makefile-mode)
;;;;;;  "make-mode" "progmodes/make-mode.el" (17842 56332))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/make-mode.el

(autoload (quote makefile-mode) "make-mode" "\
Major mode for editing standard Makefiles.

If you are editing a file for a different make, try one of the
variants `makefile-automake-mode', `makefile-gmake-mode',
`makefile-makepp-mode', `makefile-bsdmake-mode' or,
`makefile-imake-mode'.  All but the last should be correctly
chosen based on the file name, except if it is *.mk.  This
function ends by invoking the function(s) `makefile-mode-hook'.

It is strongly recommended to use `font-lock-mode', because that
provides additional parsing information.  This is used for
example to see that a rule action `echo foo: bar' is a not rule
dependency, despite the colon.

\\{makefile-mode-map}

In the browser, use the following keys:

\\{makefile-browser-map}

Makefile mode can be configured by modifying the following variables:

`makefile-browser-buffer-name':
    Name of the macro- and target browser buffer.

`makefile-target-colon':
    The string that gets appended to all target names
    inserted by `makefile-insert-target'.
    \":\" or \"::\" are quite common values.

`makefile-macro-assign':
   The string that gets appended to all macro names
   inserted by `makefile-insert-macro'.
   The normal value should be \" = \", since this is what
   standard make expects.  However, newer makes such as dmake
   allow a larger variety of different macro assignments, so you
   might prefer to use \" += \" or \" := \" .

`makefile-tab-after-target-colon':
   If you want a TAB (instead of a space) to be appended after the
   target colon, then set this to a non-nil value.

`makefile-browser-leftmost-column':
   Number of blanks to the left of the browser selection mark.

`makefile-browser-cursor-column':
   Column in which the cursor is positioned when it moves
   up or down in the browser.

`makefile-browser-selected-mark':
   String used to mark selected entries in the browser.

`makefile-browser-unselected-mark':
   String used to mark unselected entries in the browser.

`makefile-browser-auto-advance-after-selection-p':
   If this variable is set to a non-nil value the cursor
   will automagically advance to the next line after an item
   has been selected in the browser.

`makefile-pickup-everything-picks-up-filenames-p':
   If this variable is set to a non-nil value then
   `makefile-pickup-everything' also picks up filenames as targets
   (i.e. it calls `makefile-pickup-filenames-as-targets'), otherwise
   filenames are omitted.

`makefile-cleanup-continuations':
   If this variable is set to a non-nil value then Makefile mode
   will assure that no line in the file ends with a backslash
   (the continuation character) followed by any whitespace.
   This is done by silently removing the trailing whitespace, leaving
   the backslash itself intact.
   IMPORTANT: Please note that enabling this option causes Makefile mode
   to MODIFY A FILE WITHOUT YOUR CONFIRMATION when \"it seems necessary\".

`makefile-browser-hook':
   A function or list of functions to be called just before the
   browser is entered. This is executed in the makefile buffer.

`makefile-special-targets-list':
   List of special targets. You will be offered to complete
   on one of those in the minibuffer whenever you enter a `.'.
   at the beginning of a line in Makefile mode.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote makefile-automake-mode) "make-mode" "\
An adapted `makefile-mode' that knows about automake.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote makefile-gmake-mode) "make-mode" "\
An adapted `makefile-mode' that knows about gmake.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote makefile-makepp-mode) "make-mode" "\
An adapted `makefile-mode' that knows about makepp.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote makefile-bsdmake-mode) "make-mode" "\
An adapted `makefile-mode' that knows about BSD make.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote makefile-imake-mode) "make-mode" "\
An adapted `makefile-mode' that knows about imake.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (make-command-summary) "makesum" "makesum.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from makesum.el

(autoload (quote make-command-summary) "makesum" "\
Make a summary of current key bindings in the buffer *Summary*.
Previous contents of that buffer are killed first.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (man-follow man) "man" "man.el" (17992 30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from man.el

(defalias (quote manual-entry) (quote man))

(autoload (quote man) "man" "\
Get a Un*x manual page and put it in a buffer.
This command is the top-level command in the man package.  It runs a Un*x
command to retrieve and clean a manpage in the background and places the
results in a Man mode (manpage browsing) buffer.  See variable
`Man-notify-method' for what happens when the buffer is ready.
If a buffer already exists for this man page, it will display immediately.

To specify a man page from a certain section, type SUBJECT(SECTION) or
SECTION SUBJECT when prompted for a manual entry.  To see manpages from
all sections related to a subject, put something appropriate into the
`Man-switches' variable, which see.

\(fn MAN-ARGS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote man-follow) "man" "\
Get a Un*x manual page of the item under point and put it in a buffer.

\(fn MAN-ARGS)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (master-mode) "master" "master.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from master.el

(autoload (quote master-mode) "master" "\
Toggle Master mode.
With no argument, this command toggles the mode.
Non-null prefix argument turns on the mode.
Null prefix argument turns off the mode.

When Master mode is enabled, you can scroll the slave buffer using the
following commands:

\\{master-mode-map}

The slave buffer is stored in the buffer-local variable `master-of'.
You can set this variable using `master-set-slave'.  You can show
yourself the value of `master-of' by calling `master-show-slave'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (menu-bar-mode) "menu-bar" "menu-bar.el" (17942
;;;;;;  63381))
;;; Generated autoloads from menu-bar.el

(put (quote menu-bar-mode) (quote standard-value) (quote (t)))

(defvar menu-bar-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Menu-Bar mode is enabled.
See the command `menu-bar-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `menu-bar-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote menu-bar-mode) "menu-bar" nil)

(autoload (quote menu-bar-mode) "menu-bar" "\
Toggle display of a menu bar on each frame.
This command applies to all frames that exist and frames to be
created in the future.
With a numeric argument, if the argument is positive,
turn on menu bars; otherwise, turn off menu bars.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (unbold-region bold-region message-news-other-frame
;;;;;;  message-news-other-window message-mail-other-frame message-mail-other-window
;;;;;;  message-bounce message-resend message-insinuate-rmail message-forward-rmail-make-body
;;;;;;  message-forward-make-body message-forward message-recover
;;;;;;  message-supersede message-cancel-news message-followup message-wide-reply
;;;;;;  message-reply message-news message-mail message-mode message-signature-insert-empty-line
;;;;;;  message-signature-file message-signature message-indent-citation-function
;;;;;;  message-cite-function message-yank-prefix message-citation-line-function
;;;;;;  message-send-mail-function message-user-organization-file
;;;;;;  message-signature-separator message-from-style) "message"
;;;;;;  "gnus/message.el" (18010 19867))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/message.el

(defvar message-from-style (quote default) "\
*Specifies how \"From\" headers look.

If nil, they contain just the return address like:
	king@grassland.com
If `parens', they look like:
	king@grassland.com (Elvis Parsley)
If `angles', they look like:
	Elvis Parsley <king@grassland.com>

Otherwise, most addresses look like `angles', but they look like
`parens' if `angles' would need quoting and `parens' would not.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-from-style) "message" t)

(defvar message-signature-separator "^-- *$" "\
Regexp matching the signature separator.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-signature-separator) "message" t)

(defvar message-user-organization-file "/usr/lib/news/organization" "\
*Local news organization file.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-user-organization-file) "message" t)

(defvar message-send-mail-function (quote message-send-mail-with-sendmail) "\
Function to call to send the current buffer as mail.
The headers should be delimited by a line whose contents match the
variable `mail-header-separator'.

Valid values include `message-send-mail-with-sendmail' (the default),
`message-send-mail-with-mh', `message-send-mail-with-qmail',
`message-smtpmail-send-it', `smtpmail-send-it' and `feedmail-send-it'.

See also `send-mail-function'.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-send-mail-function) "message" t)

(defvar message-citation-line-function (quote message-insert-citation-line) "\
*Function called to insert the \"Whomever writes:\" line.

Note that Gnus provides a feature where the reader can click on
`writes:' to hide the cited text.  If you change this line too much,
people who read your message will have to change their Gnus
configuration.  See the variable `gnus-cite-attribution-suffix'.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-citation-line-function) "message" t)

(defvar message-yank-prefix "> " "\
*Prefix inserted on the lines of yanked messages.
Fix `message-cite-prefix-regexp' if it is set to an abnormal value.
See also `message-yank-cited-prefix'.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-yank-prefix) "message" t)

(defvar message-cite-function (quote message-cite-original) "\
*Function for citing an original message.
Predefined functions include `message-cite-original' and
`message-cite-original-without-signature'.
Note that `message-cite-original' uses `mail-citation-hook' if that is non-nil.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-cite-function) "message" t)

(defvar message-indent-citation-function (quote message-indent-citation) "\
*Function for modifying a citation just inserted in the mail buffer.
This can also be a list of functions.  Each function can find the
citation between (point) and (mark t).  And each function should leave
point and mark around the citation text as modified.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-indent-citation-function) "message" t)

(defvar message-signature t "\
*String to be inserted at the end of the message buffer.
If t, the `message-signature-file' file will be inserted instead.
If a function, the result from the function will be used instead.
If a form, the result from the form will be used instead.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-signature) "message" t)

(defvar message-signature-file "~/.signature" "\
*Name of file containing the text inserted at end of message buffer.
Ignored if the named file doesn't exist.
If nil, don't insert a signature.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-signature-file) "message" t)

(defvar message-signature-insert-empty-line t "\
*If non-nil, insert an empty line before the signature separator.")

(custom-autoload (quote message-signature-insert-empty-line) "message" t)

(define-mail-user-agent (quote message-user-agent) (quote message-mail) (quote message-send-and-exit) (quote message-kill-buffer) (quote message-send-hook))

(autoload (quote message-mode) "message" "\
Major mode for editing mail and news to be sent.
Like Text Mode but with these additional commands:\\<message-mode-map>
C-c C-s  `message-send' (send the message)  C-c C-c  `message-send-and-exit'
C-c C-d  Postpone sending the message       C-c C-k  Kill the message
C-c C-f  move to a header field (and create it if there isn't):
	 C-c C-f C-t  move to To	C-c C-f C-s  move to Subject
	 C-c C-f C-c  move to Cc	C-c C-f C-b  move to Bcc
	 C-c C-f C-w  move to Fcc	C-c C-f C-r  move to Reply-To
	 C-c C-f C-u  move to Summary	C-c C-f C-n  move to Newsgroups
	 C-c C-f C-k  move to Keywords	C-c C-f C-d  move to Distribution
         C-c C-f C-o  move to From (\"Originator\")
	 C-c C-f C-f  move to Followup-To
	 C-c C-f C-m  move to Mail-Followup-To
	 C-c C-f C-i  cycle through Importance values
	 C-c C-f s    change subject and append \"(was: <Old Subject>)\"
	 C-c C-f x    crossposting with FollowUp-To header and note in body
	 C-c C-f t    replace To: header with contents of Cc: or Bcc:
	 C-c C-f a    Insert X-No-Archive: header and a note in the body
C-c C-t  `message-insert-to' (add a To header to a news followup)
C-c C-l  `message-to-list-only' (removes all but list address in to/cc)
C-c C-n  `message-insert-newsgroups' (add a Newsgroup header to a news reply)
C-c C-b  `message-goto-body' (move to beginning of message text).
C-c C-i  `message-goto-signature' (move to the beginning of the signature).
C-c C-w  `message-insert-signature' (insert `message-signature-file' file).
C-c C-y  `message-yank-original' (insert current message, if any).
C-c C-q  `message-fill-yanked-message' (fill what was yanked).
C-c C-e  `message-elide-region' (elide the text between point and mark).
C-c C-v  `message-delete-not-region' (remove the text outside the region).
C-c C-z  `message-kill-to-signature' (kill the text up to the signature).
C-c C-r  `message-caesar-buffer-body' (rot13 the message body).
C-c C-a  `mml-attach-file' (attach a file as MIME).
C-c C-u  `message-insert-or-toggle-importance'  (insert or cycle importance).
C-c M-n  `message-insert-disposition-notification-to'  (request receipt).
C-c M-m  `message-mark-inserted-region' (mark region with enclosing tags).
C-c M-f  `message-mark-insert-file' (insert file marked with enclosing tags).
M-RET    `message-newline-and-reformat' (break the line and reformat).

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-mail) "message" "\
Start editing a mail message to be sent.
OTHER-HEADERS is an alist of header/value pairs.  CONTINUE says whether
to continue editing a message already being composed.  SWITCH-FUNCTION
is a function used to switch to and display the mail buffer.

\(fn &optional TO SUBJECT OTHER-HEADERS CONTINUE SWITCH-FUNCTION YANK-ACTION SEND-ACTIONS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-news) "message" "\
Start editing a news article to be sent.

\(fn &optional NEWSGROUPS SUBJECT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-reply) "message" "\
Start editing a reply to the article in the current buffer.

\(fn &optional TO-ADDRESS WIDE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-wide-reply) "message" "\
Make a \"wide\" reply to the message in the current buffer.

\(fn &optional TO-ADDRESS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-followup) "message" "\
Follow up to the message in the current buffer.
If TO-NEWSGROUPS, use that as the new Newsgroups line.

\(fn &optional TO-NEWSGROUPS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-cancel-news) "message" "\
Cancel an article you posted.
If ARG, allow editing of the cancellation message.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-supersede) "message" "\
Start composing a message to supersede the current message.
This is done simply by taking the old article and adding a Supersedes
header line with the old Message-ID.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-recover) "message" "\
Reread contents of current buffer from its last auto-save file.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-forward) "message" "\
Forward the current message via mail.
Optional NEWS will use news to forward instead of mail.
Optional DIGEST will use digest to forward.

\(fn &optional NEWS DIGEST)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-forward-make-body) "message" "\
Not documented

\(fn FORWARD-BUFFER &optional DIGEST)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote message-forward-rmail-make-body) "message" "\
Not documented

\(fn FORWARD-BUFFER)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote message-insinuate-rmail) "message" "\
Let RMAIL use message to forward.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-resend) "message" "\
Resend the current article to ADDRESS.

\(fn ADDRESS)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-bounce) "message" "\
Re-mail the current message.
This only makes sense if the current message is a bounce message that
contains some mail you have written which has been bounced back to
you.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-mail-other-window) "message" "\
Like `message-mail' command, but display mail buffer in another window.

\(fn &optional TO SUBJECT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-mail-other-frame) "message" "\
Like `message-mail' command, but display mail buffer in another frame.

\(fn &optional TO SUBJECT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-news-other-window) "message" "\
Start editing a news article to be sent.

\(fn &optional NEWSGROUPS SUBJECT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote message-news-other-frame) "message" "\
Start editing a news article to be sent.

\(fn &optional NEWSGROUPS SUBJECT)" t nil)

(autoload (quote bold-region) "message" "\
Bold all nonblank characters in the region.
Works by overstriking characters.
Called from program, takes two arguments START and END
which specify the range to operate on.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote unbold-region) "message" "\
Remove all boldness (overstruck characters) in the region.
Called from program, takes two arguments START and END
which specify the range to operate on.

\(fn START END)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (metapost-mode metafont-mode) "meta-mode" "progmodes/meta-mode.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56332))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/meta-mode.el

(autoload (quote metafont-mode) "meta-mode" "\
Major mode for editing Metafont sources.
Special commands:
\\{meta-mode-map}

Turning on Metafont mode calls the value of the variables
`meta-common-mode-hook' and `metafont-mode-hook'.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote metapost-mode) "meta-mode" "\
Major mode for editing MetaPost sources.
Special commands:
\\{meta-mode-map}

Turning on MetaPost mode calls the value of the variable
`meta-common-mode-hook' and `metafont-mode-hook'.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (metamail-region metamail-buffer metamail-interpret-body
;;;;;;  metamail-interpret-header) "metamail" "mail/metamail.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 55035))
;;; Generated autoloads from mail/metamail.el

(autoload (quote metamail-interpret-header) "metamail" "\
Interpret a header part of a MIME message in current buffer.
Its body part is not interpreted at all.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote metamail-interpret-body) "metamail" "\
Interpret a body part of a MIME message in current buffer.
Optional argument VIEWMODE specifies the value of the
EMACS_VIEW_MODE environment variable (defaulted to 1).
Optional argument NODISPLAY non-nil means buffer is not
redisplayed as output is inserted.
Its header part is not interpreted at all.

\(fn &optional VIEWMODE NODISPLAY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote metamail-buffer) "metamail" "\
Process current buffer through `metamail'.
Optional argument VIEWMODE specifies the value of the
EMACS_VIEW_MODE environment variable (defaulted to 1).
Optional argument BUFFER specifies a buffer to be filled (nil
means current).
Optional argument NODISPLAY non-nil means buffer is not
redisplayed as output is inserted.

\(fn &optional VIEWMODE BUFFER NODISPLAY)" t nil)

(autoload (quote metamail-region) "metamail" "\
Process current region through 'metamail'.
Optional argument VIEWMODE specifies the value of the
EMACS_VIEW_MODE environment variable (defaulted to 1).
Optional argument BUFFER specifies a buffer to be filled (nil
means current).
Optional argument NODISPLAY non-nil means buffer is not
redisplayed as output is inserted.

\(fn BEG END &optional VIEWMODE BUFFER NODISPLAY)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mh-fully-kill-draft mh-send-letter mh-user-agent-compose
;;;;;;  mh-smail-batch mh-smail-other-window mh-smail) "mh-comp"
;;;;;;  "mh-e/mh-comp.el" (17842 55144))
;;; Generated autoloads from mh-e/mh-comp.el

(autoload (quote mh-smail) "mh-comp" "\
Compose a message with the MH mail system.
See `mh-send' for more details on composing mail.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote mh-smail-other-window) "mh-comp" "\
Compose a message with the MH mail system in other window.
See `mh-send' for more details on composing mail.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote mh-smail-batch) "mh-comp" "\
Compose a message with the MH mail system.

This function does not prompt the user for any header fields, and
thus is suitable for use by programs that want to create a mail
buffer. Users should use \\[mh-smail] to compose mail.

Optional arguments for setting certain fields include TO,
SUBJECT, and OTHER-HEADERS. Additional arguments are IGNORED.

This function remains for Emacs 21 compatibility. New
applications should use `mh-user-agent-compose'.

\(fn &optional TO SUBJECT OTHER-HEADERS &rest IGNORED)" nil nil)

(define-mail-user-agent (quote mh-e-user-agent) (quote mh-user-agent-compose) (quote mh-send-letter) (quote mh-fully-kill-draft) (quote mh-before-send-letter-hook))

(autoload (quote mh-user-agent-compose) "mh-comp" "\
Set up mail composition draft with the MH mail system.
This is the `mail-user-agent' entry point to MH-E. This function
conforms to the contract specified by `define-mail-user-agent'
which means that this function should accept the same arguments
as `compose-mail'.

The optional arguments TO and SUBJECT specify recipients and the
initial Subject field, respectively.

OTHER-HEADERS is an alist specifying additional header fields.
Elements look like (HEADER . VALUE) where both HEADER and VALUE
are strings.

CONTINUE, SWITCH-FUNCTION, YANK-ACTION and SEND-ACTIONS are
ignored.

\(fn &optional TO SUBJECT OTHER-HEADERS CONTINUE SWITCH-FUNCTION YANK-ACTION SEND-ACTIONS)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mh-send-letter) "mh-comp" "\
Save draft and send message.

When you are all through editing a message, you send it with this
command. You can give a prefix argument ARG to monitor the first stage
of the delivery; this output can be found in a buffer called \"*MH-E
Mail Delivery*\".

The hook `mh-before-send-letter-hook' is run at the beginning of
this command. For example, if you want to check your spelling in
your message before sending, add the function `ispell-message'.

Unless `mh-insert-auto-fields' had previously been called
manually, the function `mh-insert-auto-fields' is called to
insert fields based upon the recipients. If fields are added, you
are given a chance to see and to confirm these fields before the
message is actually sent. You can do away with this confirmation
by turning off the option `mh-auto-fields-prompt-flag'.

In case the MH \"send\" program is installed under a different name,
use `mh-send-prog' to tell MH-E the name.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote mh-fully-kill-draft) "mh-comp" "\
Quit editing and delete draft message.

If for some reason you are not happy with the draft, you can use
this command to kill the draft buffer and delete the draft
message. Use the command \\[kill-buffer] if you don't want to
delete the draft message.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mh-version) "mh-e" "mh-e/mh-e.el" (17842 55144))
;;; Generated autoloads from mh-e/mh-e.el

(put (quote mh-progs) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(put (quote mh-lib) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(put (quote mh-lib-progs) (quote risky-local-variable) t)

(autoload (quote mh-version) "mh-e" "\
Display version information about MH-E and the MH mail handling system.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mh-folder-mode mh-nmail mh-rmail) "mh-folder"
;;;;;;  "mh-e/mh-folder.el" (17842 55144))
;;; Generated autoloads from mh-e/mh-folder.el

(autoload (quote mh-rmail) "mh-folder" "\
Incorporate new mail with MH.
Scan an MH folder if ARG is non-nil.

This function is an entry point to MH-E, the Emacs interface to
the MH mail system.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote mh-nmail) "mh-folder" "\
Check for new mail in inbox folder.
Scan an MH folder if ARG is non-nil.

This function is an entry point to MH-E, the Emacs interface to
the MH mail system.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote mh-folder-mode) "mh-folder" "\
Major MH-E mode for \"editing\" an MH folder scan listing.\\<mh-folder-mode-map>

You can show the message the cursor is pointing to, and step through
the messages. Messages can be marked for deletion or refiling into
another folder; these commands are executed all at once with a
separate command.

Options that control this mode can be changed with
\\[customize-group]; specify the \"mh\" group. In particular, please
see the `mh-scan-format-file' option if you wish to modify scan's
format.

When a folder is visited, the hook `mh-folder-mode-hook' is run.

Ranges
======
Many commands that operate on individual messages, such as
`mh-forward' or `mh-refile-msg' take a RANGE argument. This argument
can be used in several ways.

If you provide the prefix argument (\\[universal-argument]) to
these commands, then you will be prompted for the message range.
This can be any valid MH range which can include messages,
sequences, and the abbreviations (described in the mh(1) man
page):

<num1>-<num2>
    Indicates all messages in the range <num1> to <num2>, inclusive.
    The range must be nonempty.

<num>:N
<num>:+N
<num>:-N
    Up to N messages beginning with (or ending with) message num. Num
    may be any of the predefined symbols: first, prev, cur, next or
    last.

first:N
prev:N
next:N
last:N
    The first, previous, next or last messages, if they exist.

all
    All of the messages.

For example, a range that shows all of these things is `1 2 3
5-10 last:5 unseen'.

If the option `transient-mark-mode' is set to t and you set a
region in the MH-Folder buffer, then the MH-E command will
perform the operation on all messages in that region.

\\{mh-folder-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (midnight-delay-set clean-buffer-list) "midnight"
;;;;;;  "midnight.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from midnight.el

(autoload (quote clean-buffer-list) "midnight" "\
Kill old buffers that have not been displayed recently.
The relevant variables are `clean-buffer-list-delay-general',
`clean-buffer-list-delay-special', `clean-buffer-list-kill-buffer-names',
`clean-buffer-list-kill-never-buffer-names',
`clean-buffer-list-kill-regexps' and
`clean-buffer-list-kill-never-regexps'.
While processing buffers, this procedure displays messages containing
the current date/time, buffer name, how many seconds ago it was
displayed (can be nil if the buffer was never displayed) and its
lifetime, i.e., its \"age\" when it will be purged.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote midnight-delay-set) "midnight" "\
Modify `midnight-timer' according to `midnight-delay'.
Sets the first argument SYMB (which must be symbol `midnight-delay')
to its second argument TM.

\(fn SYMB TM)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (minibuffer-electric-default-mode) "minibuf-eldef"
;;;;;;  "minibuf-eldef.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from minibuf-eldef.el

(defvar minibuffer-electric-default-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Minibuffer-Electric-Default mode is enabled.
See the command `minibuffer-electric-default-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `minibuffer-electric-default-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote minibuffer-electric-default-mode) "minibuf-eldef" nil)

(autoload (quote minibuffer-electric-default-mode) "minibuf-eldef" "\
Toggle Minibuffer Electric Default mode.
When active, minibuffer prompts that show a default value only show the
default when it's applicable -- that is, when hitting RET would yield
the default value.  If the user modifies the input such that hitting RET
would enter a non-default value, the prompt is modified to remove the
default indication.

With prefix argument ARG, turn on if positive, otherwise off.
Returns non-nil if the new state is enabled.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mixal-mode) "mixal-mode" "progmodes/mixal-mode.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56332))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/mixal-mode.el

(autoload (quote mixal-mode) "mixal-mode" "\
Major mode for the mixal asm language.
\\{mixal-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(add-to-list (quote auto-mode-alist) (quote ("\\.mixal\\'" . mixal-mode)))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (malayalam-composition-function malayalam-post-read-conversion
;;;;;;  malayalam-compose-region) "mlm-util" "language/mlm-util.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58278))
;;; Generated autoloads from language/mlm-util.el

(autoload (quote malayalam-compose-region) "mlm-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn FROM TO)" t nil)

(autoload (quote malayalam-post-read-conversion) "mlm-util" "\
Not documented

\(fn LEN)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote malayalam-composition-function) "mlm-util" "\
Compose Malayalam characters in REGION, or STRING if specified.
Assume that the REGION or STRING must fully match the composable
PATTERN regexp.

\(fn FROM TO PATTERN &optional STRING)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mm-inline-external-body mm-extern-cache-contents)
;;;;;;  "mm-extern" "gnus/mm-extern.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/mm-extern.el

(autoload (quote mm-extern-cache-contents) "mm-extern" "\
Put the external-body part of HANDLE into its cache.

\(fn HANDLE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mm-inline-external-body) "mm-extern" "\
Show the external-body part of HANDLE.
This function replaces the buffer of HANDLE with a buffer contains
the entire message.
If NO-DISPLAY is nil, display it. Otherwise, do nothing after replacing.

\(fn HANDLE &optional NO-DISPLAY)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mm-inline-partial) "mm-partial" "gnus/mm-partial.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/mm-partial.el

(autoload (quote mm-inline-partial) "mm-partial" "\
Show the partial part of HANDLE.
This function replaces the buffer of HANDLE with a buffer contains
the entire message.
If NO-DISPLAY is nil, display it. Otherwise, do nothing after replacing.

\(fn HANDLE &optional NO-DISPLAY)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mm-url-insert-file-contents-external mm-url-insert-file-contents)
;;;;;;  "mm-url" "gnus/mm-url.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/mm-url.el

(autoload (quote mm-url-insert-file-contents) "mm-url" "\
Insert file contents of URL.
If `mm-url-use-external' is non-nil, use `mm-url-program'.

\(fn URL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mm-url-insert-file-contents-external) "mm-url" "\
Insert file contents of URL using `mm-url-program'.

\(fn URL)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mm-uu-dissect-text-parts mm-uu-dissect) "mm-uu"
;;;;;;  "gnus/mm-uu.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/mm-uu.el

(autoload (quote mm-uu-dissect) "mm-uu" "\
Dissect the current buffer and return a list of uu handles.
The optional NOHEADER means there's no header in the buffer.
MIME-TYPE specifies a MIME type and parameters, which defaults to the
value of `mm-uu-text-plain-type'.

\(fn &optional NOHEADER MIME-TYPE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mm-uu-dissect-text-parts) "mm-uu" "\
Dissect text parts and put uu handles into HANDLE.
Assume text has been decoded if DECODED is non-nil.

\(fn HANDLE &optional DECODED)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mml1991-sign mml1991-encrypt) "mml1991" "gnus/mml1991.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/mml1991.el

(autoload (quote mml1991-encrypt) "mml1991" "\
Not documented

\(fn CONT &optional SIGN)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mml1991-sign) "mml1991" "\
Not documented

\(fn CONT)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mml2015-self-encrypt mml2015-sign mml2015-encrypt
;;;;;;  mml2015-verify-test mml2015-verify mml2015-decrypt-test mml2015-decrypt)
;;;;;;  "mml2015" "gnus/mml2015.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/mml2015.el

(autoload (quote mml2015-decrypt) "mml2015" "\
Not documented

\(fn HANDLE CTL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mml2015-decrypt-test) "mml2015" "\
Not documented

\(fn HANDLE CTL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mml2015-verify) "mml2015" "\
Not documented

\(fn HANDLE CTL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mml2015-verify-test) "mml2015" "\
Not documented

\(fn HANDLE CTL)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mml2015-encrypt) "mml2015" "\
Not documented

\(fn CONT &optional SIGN)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mml2015-sign) "mml2015" "\
Not documented

\(fn CONT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote mml2015-self-encrypt) "mml2015" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (modula-2-mode) "modula2" "progmodes/modula2.el"
;;;;;;  (17276 13069))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/modula2.el

(autoload (quote modula-2-mode) "modula2" "\
This is a mode intended to support program development in Modula-2.
All control constructs of Modula-2 can be reached by typing C-c
followed by the first character of the construct.
\\<m2-mode-map>
  \\[m2-begin] begin         \\[m2-case] case
  \\[m2-definition] definition    \\[m2-else] else
  \\[m2-for] for           \\[m2-header] header
  \\[m2-if] if            \\[m2-module] module
  \\[m2-loop] loop          \\[m2-or] or
  \\[m2-procedure] procedure     Control-c Control-w with
  \\[m2-record] record        \\[m2-stdio] stdio
  \\[m2-type] type          \\[m2-until] until
  \\[m2-var] var           \\[m2-while] while
  \\[m2-export] export        \\[m2-import] import
  \\[m2-begin-comment] begin-comment \\[m2-end-comment] end-comment
  \\[suspend-emacs] suspend Emacs     \\[m2-toggle] toggle
  \\[m2-compile] compile           \\[m2-next-error] next-error
  \\[m2-link] link

   `m2-indent' controls the number of spaces for each indentation.
   `m2-compile-command' holds the command to compile a Modula-2 program.
   `m2-link-command' holds the command to link a Modula-2 program.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (unmorse-region morse-region) "morse" "play/morse.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 55395))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/morse.el

(autoload (quote morse-region) "morse" "\
Convert all text in a given region to morse code.

\(fn BEG END)" t nil)

(autoload (quote unmorse-region) "morse" "\
Convert morse coded text in region to ordinary ASCII text.

\(fn BEG END)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mouse-sel-mode) "mouse-sel" "mouse-sel.el" (17842
;;;;;;  58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from mouse-sel.el

(defvar mouse-sel-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Mouse-Sel mode is enabled.
See the command `mouse-sel-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `mouse-sel-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote mouse-sel-mode) "mouse-sel" nil)

(autoload (quote mouse-sel-mode) "mouse-sel" "\
Toggle Mouse Sel mode.
With prefix ARG, turn Mouse Sel mode on if and only if ARG is positive.
Returns the new status of Mouse Sel mode (non-nil means on).

When Mouse Sel mode is enabled, mouse selection is enhanced in various ways:

- Clicking mouse-1 starts (cancels) selection, dragging extends it.

- Clicking or dragging mouse-3 extends the selection as well.

- Double-clicking on word constituents selects words.
Double-clicking on symbol constituents selects symbols.
Double-clicking on quotes or parentheses selects sexps.
Double-clicking on whitespace selects whitespace.
Triple-clicking selects lines.
Quad-clicking selects paragraphs.

- Selecting sets the region & X primary selection, but does NOT affect
the `kill-ring', nor do the kill-ring functions change the X selection.
Because the mouse handlers set the primary selection directly,
mouse-sel sets the variables `interprogram-cut-function' and
`interprogram-paste-function' to nil.

- Clicking mouse-2 inserts the contents of the primary selection at
the mouse position (or point, if `mouse-yank-at-point' is non-nil).

- Pressing mouse-2 while selecting or extending copies selection
to the kill ring.  Pressing mouse-1 or mouse-3 kills it.

- Double-clicking mouse-3 also kills selection.

- M-mouse-1, M-mouse-2 & M-mouse-3 work similarly to mouse-1, mouse-2
& mouse-3, but operate on the X secondary selection rather than the
primary selection and region.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mpuz) "mpuz" "play/mpuz.el" (17862 6157))
;;; Generated autoloads from play/mpuz.el

(autoload (quote mpuz) "mpuz" "\
Multiplication puzzle with GNU Emacs.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (msb-mode) "msb" "msb.el" (18006 55796))
;;; Generated autoloads from msb.el

(defvar msb-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Msb mode is enabled.
See the command `msb-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `msb-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote msb-mode) "msb" nil)

(autoload (quote msb-mode) "msb" "\
Toggle Msb mode.
With arg, turn Msb mode on if and only if arg is positive.
This mode overrides the binding(s) of `mouse-buffer-menu' to provide a
different buffer menu using the function `msb'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mule-diag list-input-methods list-fontsets describe-fontset
;;;;;;  describe-font list-coding-categories list-coding-systems
;;;;;;  describe-current-coding-system describe-current-coding-system-briefly
;;;;;;  describe-coding-system describe-character-set list-charset-chars
;;;;;;  read-charset list-character-sets) "mule-diag" "international/mule-diag.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/mule-diag.el

(defvar non-iso-charset-alist (\` ((mac-roman (ascii latin-iso8859-1 mule-unicode-2500-33ff mule-unicode-0100-24ff mule-unicode-e000-ffff) mac-roman-decoder ((0 255))) (viscii (ascii vietnamese-viscii-lower vietnamese-viscii-upper) viet-viscii-nonascii-translation-table ((0 255))) (vietnamese-tcvn (ascii vietnamese-viscii-lower vietnamese-viscii-upper) viet-tcvn-nonascii-translation-table ((0 255))) (koi8-r (ascii cyrillic-iso8859-5) cyrillic-koi8-r-nonascii-translation-table ((32 255))) (alternativnyj (ascii cyrillic-iso8859-5) cyrillic-alternativnyj-nonascii-translation-table ((32 255))) (koi8-u (ascii cyrillic-iso8859-5 mule-unicode-0100-24ff) cyrillic-koi8-u-nonascii-translation-table ((32 255))) (big5 (ascii chinese-big5-1 chinese-big5-2) decode-big5-char ((32 127) ((161 254) 64 126 161 254))) (sjis (ascii katakana-jisx0201 japanese-jisx0208) decode-sjis-char ((32 127 161 223) ((129 159 224 239) 64 126 128 252))))) "\
Alist of charset names vs the corresponding information.
This is mis-named for historical reasons.  The charsets are actually
non-built-in ones.  They correspond to Emacs coding systems, not Emacs
charsets, i.e. what Emacs can read (or write) by mapping to (or
from) Emacs internal charsets that typically correspond to a limited
set of ISO charsets.

Each element has the following format:
  (CHARSET CHARSET-LIST TRANSLATION-METHOD [ CODE-RANGE ])

CHARSET is the name (symbol) of the charset.

CHARSET-LIST is a list of Emacs charsets into which characters of
CHARSET are mapped.

TRANSLATION-METHOD is a translation table (symbol) to translate a
character code of CHARSET to the corresponding Emacs character
code.  It can also be a function to call with one argument, a
character code in CHARSET.

CODE-RANGE specifies the valid code ranges of CHARSET.
It is a list of RANGEs, where each RANGE is of the form:
  (FROM1 TO1 FROM2 TO2 ...)
or
  ((FROM1-1 TO1-1 FROM1-2 TO1-2 ...) . (FROM2-1 TO2-1 FROM2-2 TO2-2 ...))
In the first form, valid codes are between FROM1 and TO1, or FROM2 and
TO2, or...
The second form is used for 2-byte codes.  The car part is the ranges
of the first byte, and the cdr part is the ranges of the second byte.")

(autoload (quote list-character-sets) "mule-diag" "\
Display a list of all character sets.

The ID-NUM column contains a charset identification number for
internal Emacs use.

The MULTIBYTE-FORM column contains the format of the buffer and string
multibyte sequence of characters in the charset using one to four
hexadecimal digits.
  `xx' stands for any byte in the range 0..127.
  `XX' stands for any byte in the range 160..255.

The D column contains the dimension of this character set.  The CH
column contains the number of characters in a block of this character
set.  The FINAL-CHAR column contains an ISO-2022 <final-char> to use
for designating this character set in ISO-2022-based coding systems.

With prefix arg, the output format gets more cryptic,
but still shows the full information.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote read-charset) "mule-diag" "\
Read a character set from the minibuffer, prompting with string PROMPT.
It must be an Emacs character set listed in the variable `charset-list'
or a non-ISO character set listed in the variable
`non-iso-charset-alist'.

Optional arguments are DEFAULT-VALUE and INITIAL-INPUT.
DEFAULT-VALUE, if non-nil, is the default value.
INITIAL-INPUT, if non-nil, is a string inserted in the minibuffer initially.
See the documentation of the function `completing-read' for the
detailed meanings of these arguments.

\(fn PROMPT &optional DEFAULT-VALUE INITIAL-INPUT)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote list-charset-chars) "mule-diag" "\
Display a list of characters in the specified character set.
This can list both Emacs `official' (ISO standard) charsets and the
characters encoded by various Emacs coding systems which correspond to
PC `codepages' and other coded character sets.  See `non-iso-charset-alist'.

\(fn CHARSET)" t nil)

(autoload (quote describe-character-set) "mule-diag" "\
Display information about built-in character set CHARSET.

\(fn CHARSET)" t nil)

(autoload (quote describe-coding-system) "mule-diag" "\
Display information about CODING-SYSTEM.

\(fn CODING-SYSTEM)" t nil)

(autoload (quote describe-current-coding-system-briefly) "mule-diag" "\
Display coding systems currently used in a brief format in echo area.

The format is \"F[..],K[..],T[..],P>[..],P<[..], default F[..],P<[..],P<[..]\",
where mnemonics of the following coding systems come in this order
in place of `..':
  `buffer-file-coding-system' (of the current buffer)
  eol-type of `buffer-file-coding-system' (of the current buffer)
  Value returned by `keyboard-coding-system'
  eol-type of `keyboard-coding-system'
  Value returned by `terminal-coding-system'.
  eol-type of `terminal-coding-system'
  `process-coding-system' for read (of the current buffer, if any)
  eol-type of `process-coding-system' for read (of the current buffer, if any)
  `process-coding-system' for write (of the current buffer, if any)
  eol-type of `process-coding-system' for write (of the current buffer, if any)
  `default-buffer-file-coding-system'
  eol-type of `default-buffer-file-coding-system'
  `default-process-coding-system' for read
  eol-type of `default-process-coding-system' for read
  `default-process-coding-system' for write
  eol-type of `default-process-coding-system'

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote describe-current-coding-system) "mule-diag" "\
Display coding systems currently used, in detail.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote list-coding-systems) "mule-diag" "\
Display a list of all coding systems.
This shows the mnemonic letter, name, and description of each coding system.

With prefix arg, the output format gets more cryptic,
but still contains full information about each coding system.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote list-coding-categories) "mule-diag" "\
Display a list of all coding categories.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote describe-font) "mule-diag" "\
Display information about a font whose name is FONTNAME.
The font must be already used by Emacs.

\(fn FONTNAME)" t nil)

(autoload (quote describe-fontset) "mule-diag" "\
Display information about FONTSET.
This shows which font is used for which character(s).

\(fn FONTSET)" t nil)

(autoload (quote list-fontsets) "mule-diag" "\
Display a list of all fontsets.
This shows the name, size, and style of each fontset.
With prefix arg, also list the fonts contained in each fontset;
see the function `describe-fontset' for the format of the list.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote list-input-methods) "mule-diag" "\
Display information about all input methods.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote mule-diag) "mule-diag" "\
Display diagnosis of the multilingual environment (Mule).

This shows various information related to the current multilingual
environment, including lists of input methods, coding systems,
character sets, and fontsets (if Emacs is running under a window
system which uses fontsets).

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (char-displayable-p detect-coding-with-language-environment
;;;;;;  detect-coding-with-priority coding-system-translation-table-for-encode
;;;;;;  coding-system-translation-table-for-decode coding-system-pre-write-conversion
;;;;;;  coding-system-post-read-conversion lookup-nested-alist set-nested-alist
;;;;;;  truncate-string-to-width store-substring string-to-sequence)
;;;;;;  "mule-util" "international/mule-util.el" (17842 54888))
;;; Generated autoloads from international/mule-util.el

(autoload (quote string-to-sequence) "mule-util" "\
Convert STRING to a sequence of TYPE which contains characters in STRING.
TYPE should be `list' or `vector'.

\(fn STRING TYPE)" nil nil)

(make-obsolete (quote string-to-sequence) "use `string-to-list' or `string-to-vector'." "22.1")

(defsubst string-to-list (string) "\
Return a list of characters in STRING." (append string nil))

(defsubst string-to-vector (string) "\
Return a vector of characters in STRING." (vconcat string))

(autoload (quote store-substring) "mule-util" "\
Embed OBJ (string or character) at index IDX of STRING.

\(fn STRING IDX OBJ)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote truncate-string-to-width) "mule-util" "\
Truncate string STR to end at column END-COLUMN.
The optional 3rd arg START-COLUMN, if non-nil, specifies the starting
column; that means to return the characters occupying columns
START-COLUMN ... END-COLUMN of STR.  Both END-COLUMN and START-COLUMN
are specified in terms of character display width in the current
buffer; see also `char-width'.

The optional 4th arg PADDING, if non-nil, specifies a padding
character (which should have a display width of 1) to add at the end
of the result if STR doesn't reach column END-COLUMN, or if END-COLUMN
comes in the middle of a character in STR.  PADDING is also added at
the beginning of the result if column START-COLUMN appears in the
middle of a character in STR.

If PADDING is nil, no padding is added in these cases, so
the resulting string may be narrower than END-COLUMN.

If ELLIPSIS is non-nil, it should be a string which will replace the
end of STR (including any padding) if it extends beyond END-COLUMN,
unless the display width of STR is equal to or less than the display
width of ELLIPSIS.  If it is non-nil and not a string, then ELLIPSIS
defaults to \"...\".

\(fn STR END-COLUMN &optional START-COLUMN PADDING ELLIPSIS)" nil nil)

(defsubst nested-alist-p (obj) "\
Return t if OBJ is a nested alist.

Nested alist is a list of the form (ENTRY . BRANCHES), where ENTRY is
any Lisp object, and BRANCHES is a list of cons cells of the form
\(KEY-ELEMENT . NESTED-ALIST).

You can use a nested alist to store any Lisp object (ENTRY) for a key
sequence KEYSEQ, where KEYSEQ is a sequence of KEY-ELEMENT.  KEYSEQ
can be a string, a vector, or a list." (and obj (listp obj) (listp (cdr obj))))

(autoload (quote set-nested-alist) "mule-util" "\
Set ENTRY for KEYSEQ in a nested alist ALIST.
Optional 4th arg LEN non-nil means the first LEN elements in KEYSEQ
 is considered.
Optional argument BRANCHES if non-nil is branches for a keyseq
longer than KEYSEQ.
See the documentation of `nested-alist-p' for more detail.

\(fn KEYSEQ ENTRY ALIST &optional LEN BRANCHES)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote lookup-nested-alist) "mule-util" "\
Look up key sequence KEYSEQ in nested alist ALIST.  Return the definition.
Optional 1st argument LEN specifies the length of KEYSEQ.
Optional 2nd argument START specifies index of the starting key.
The returned value is normally a nested alist of which
car part is the entry for KEYSEQ.
If ALIST is not deep enough for KEYSEQ, return number which is
 how many key elements at the front of KEYSEQ it takes
 to reach a leaf in ALIST.
Optional 3rd argument NIL-FOR-TOO-LONG non-nil means return nil
 even if ALIST is not deep enough.

\(fn KEYSEQ ALIST &optional LEN START NIL-FOR-TOO-LONG)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote coding-system-post-read-conversion) "mule-util" "\
Return the value of CODING-SYSTEM's `post-read-conversion' property.

\(fn CODING-SYSTEM)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote coding-system-pre-write-conversion) "mule-util" "\
Return the value of CODING-SYSTEM's `pre-write-conversion' property.

\(fn CODING-SYSTEM)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote coding-system-translation-table-for-decode) "mule-util" "\
Return the value of CODING-SYSTEM's `translation-table-for-decode' property.

\(fn CODING-SYSTEM)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote coding-system-translation-table-for-encode) "mule-util" "\
Return the value of CODING-SYSTEM's `translation-table-for-encode' property.

\(fn CODING-SYSTEM)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote detect-coding-with-priority) "mule-util" "\
Detect a coding system of the text between FROM and TO with PRIORITY-LIST.
PRIORITY-LIST is an alist of coding categories vs the corresponding
coding systems ordered by priority.

\(fn FROM TO PRIORITY-LIST)" nil (quote macro))

(autoload (quote detect-coding-with-language-environment) "mule-util" "\
Detect a coding system of the text between FROM and TO with LANG-ENV.
The detection takes into account the coding system priorities for the
language environment LANG-ENV.

\(fn FROM TO LANG-ENV)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote char-displayable-p) "mule-util" "\
Return non-nil if we should be able to display CHAR.
On a multi-font display, the test is only whether there is an
appropriate font from the selected frame's fontset to display CHAR's
charset in general.  Since fonts may be specified on a per-character
basis, this may not be accurate.

\(fn CHAR)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mwheel-install mouse-wheel-mode) "mwheel" "mwheel.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from mwheel.el

(defvar mouse-wheel-mode nil "\
Non-nil if Mouse-Wheel mode is enabled.
See the command `mouse-wheel-mode' for a description of this minor mode.
Setting this variable directly does not take effect;
either customize it (see the info node `Easy Customization')
or call the function `mouse-wheel-mode'.")

(custom-autoload (quote mouse-wheel-mode) "mwheel" nil)

(autoload (quote mouse-wheel-mode) "mwheel" "\
Toggle mouse wheel support.
With prefix argument ARG, turn on if positive, otherwise off.
Return non-nil if the new state is enabled.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote mwheel-install) "mwheel" "\
Enable mouse wheel support.

\(fn &optional UNINSTALL)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (network-connection network-connection-to-service
;;;;;;  whois-reverse-lookup whois finger ftp run-dig dns-lookup-host
;;;;;;  nslookup nslookup-host route arp netstat ipconfig ping traceroute)
;;;;;;  "net-utils" "net/net-utils.el" (17891 7215))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/net-utils.el

(autoload (quote traceroute) "net-utils" "\
Run traceroute program for TARGET.

\(fn TARGET)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ping) "net-utils" "\
Ping HOST.
If your system's ping continues until interrupted, you can try setting
`ping-program-options'.

\(fn HOST)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ipconfig) "net-utils" "\
Run ipconfig program.

\(fn)" t nil)

(defalias (quote ifconfig) (quote ipconfig))

(autoload (quote netstat) "net-utils" "\
Run netstat program.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote arp) "net-utils" "\
Run the arp program.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote route) "net-utils" "\
Run the route program.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote nslookup-host) "net-utils" "\
Lookup the DNS information for HOST.

\(fn HOST)" t nil)

(autoload (quote nslookup) "net-utils" "\
Run nslookup program.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote dns-lookup-host) "net-utils" "\
Lookup the DNS information for HOST (name or IP address).

\(fn HOST)" t nil)

(autoload (quote run-dig) "net-utils" "\
Run dig program.

\(fn HOST)" t nil)

(autoload (quote ftp) "net-utils" "\
Run ftp program.

\(fn HOST)" t nil)

(autoload (quote finger) "net-utils" "\
Finger USER on HOST.

\(fn USER HOST)" t nil)

(autoload (quote whois) "net-utils" "\
Send SEARCH-STRING to server defined by the `whois-server-name' variable.
If `whois-guess-server' is non-nil, then try to deduce the correct server
from SEARCH-STRING.  With argument, prompt for whois server.

\(fn ARG SEARCH-STRING)" t nil)

(autoload (quote whois-reverse-lookup) "net-utils" "\
Not documented

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote network-connection-to-service) "net-utils" "\
Open a network connection to SERVICE on HOST.

\(fn HOST SERVICE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote network-connection) "net-utils" "\
Open a network connection to HOST on PORT.

\(fn HOST PORT)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (comment-indent-new-line comment-auto-fill-only-comments
;;;;;;  comment-dwim comment-or-uncomment-region comment-box comment-region
;;;;;;  uncomment-region comment-kill comment-set-column comment-indent
;;;;;;  comment-indent-default comment-normalize-vars comment-multi-line
;;;;;;  comment-padding comment-style comment-column) "newcomment"
;;;;;;  "newcomment.el" (17992 30877))
;;; Generated autoloads from newcomment.el

(defalias (quote indent-for-comment) (quote comment-indent))

(defalias (quote set-comment-column) (quote comment-set-column))

(defalias (quote kill-comment) (quote comment-kill))

(defalias (quote indent-new-comment-line) (quote comment-indent-new-line))

(defvar comment-use-syntax (quote undecided) "\
Non-nil if syntax-tables can be used instead of regexps.
Can also be `undecided' which means that a somewhat expensive test will
be used to try to determine whether syntax-tables should be trusted
to understand comments or not in the given buffer.
Major modes should set this variable.")

(defvar comment-column 32 "\
Column to indent right-margin comments to.
Each mode establishes a different default value for this variable; you
can set the value for a particular mode using that mode's hook.
Comments might be indented to a value smaller than this in order
not to go beyond `comment-fill-column'.")

(custom-autoload (quote comment-column) "newcomment" t)
(put 'comment-column 'safe-local-variable 'integerp)

(defvar comment-start nil "\
*String to insert to start a new comment, or nil if no comment syntax.")
(put 'comment-start 'safe-local-variable 'string-or-null-p)

(defvar comment-start-skip nil "\
*Regexp to match the start of a comment plus everything up to its body.
If there are any \\(...\\) pairs, the comment delimiter text is held to begin
at the place matched by the close of the first pair.")
(put 'comment-start-skip 'safe-local-variable 'string-or-null-p)

(defvar comment-end-skip nil "\
Regexp to match the end of a comment plus everything up to its body.")
(put 'comment-end-skip 'safe-local-variable 'string-or-null-p)

(defvar comment-end "" "\
*String to insert to end a new comment.
Should be an empty string if comments are terminated by end-of-line.")
(put 'comment-end 'safe-local-variable 'string-or-null-p)

(defvar comment-indent-function (quote comment-indent-default) "\
Function to compute desired indentation for a comment.
This function is called with no args with point at the beginning of
the comment's starting delimiter and should return either the desired
column indentation or nil.
If nil is returned, indentation is delegated to `indent-according-to-mode'.")

(defvar comment-insert-comment-function nil "\
Function to insert a comment when a line doesn't contain one.
The function has no args.

Applicable at least in modes for languages like fixed-format Fortran where
comments always start in column zero.")

(defvar comment-style (quote plain) "\
Style to be used for `comment-region'.
See `comment-styles' for a list of available styles.")

(custom-autoload (quote comment-style) "newcomment" t)

(defvar comment-padding " " "\
Padding string that `comment-region' puts between comment chars and text.
Can also be an integer which will be automatically turned into a string
of the corresponding number of spaces.

Extra spacing between the comment characters and the comment text
makes the comment easier to read.  Default is 1.  nil means 0.")

(custom-autoload (quote comment-padding) "newcomment" t)

(defvar comment-multi-line nil "\
Non-nil means `comment-indent-new-line' continues comments.
That is, it inserts no new terminator or starter.
This affects `auto-fill-mode', which is the main reason to
customize this variable.

It also affects \\[indent-new-comment-line].  However, if you want this
behavior for explicit filling, you might as well use \\[newline-and-indent].")

(custom-autoload (quote comment-multi-line) "newcomment" t)

(autoload (quote comment-normalize-vars) "newcomment" "\
Check and setup the variables needed by other commenting functions.
Functions autoloaded from newcomment.el, being entry points, should call
this function before any other, so the rest of the code can assume that
the variables are properly set.

\(fn &optional NOERROR)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote comment-indent-default) "newcomment" "\
Default for `comment-indent-function'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote comment-indent) "newcomment" "\
Indent this line's comment to `comment-column', or insert an empty comment.
If CONTINUE is non-nil, use the `comment-continue' markers if any.

\(fn &optional CONTINUE)" t nil)

(autoload (quote comment-set-column) "newcomment" "\
Set the comment column based on point.
With no ARG, set the comment column to the current column.
With just minus as arg, kill any comment on this line.
With any other arg, set comment column to indentation of the previous comment
 and then align or create a comment on this line at that column.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote comment-kill) "newcomment" "\
Kill the comment on this line, if any.
With prefix ARG, kill comments on that many lines starting with this one.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote uncomment-region) "newcomment" "\
Uncomment each line in the BEG .. END region.
The numeric prefix ARG can specify a number of chars to remove from the
comment markers.

\(fn BEG END &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote comment-region) "newcomment" "\
Comment or uncomment each line in the region.
With just \\[universal-argument] prefix arg, uncomment each line in region BEG .. END.
Numeric prefix ARG means use ARG comment characters.
If ARG is negative, delete that many comment characters instead.
By default, comments start at the left margin, are terminated on each line,
even for syntax in which newline does not end the comment and blank lines
do not get comments.  This can be changed with `comment-style'.

The strings used as comment starts are built from
`comment-start' without trailing spaces and `comment-padding'.

\(fn BEG END &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote comment-box) "newcomment" "\
Comment out the BEG .. END region, putting it inside a box.
The numeric prefix ARG specifies how many characters to add to begin- and
end- comment markers additionally to what `comment-add' already specifies.

\(fn BEG END &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote comment-or-uncomment-region) "newcomment" "\
Call `comment-region', unless the region only consists of comments,
in which case call `uncomment-region'.  If a prefix arg is given, it
is passed on to the respective function.

\(fn BEG END &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote comment-dwim) "newcomment" "\
Call the comment command you want (Do What I Mean).
If the region is active and `transient-mark-mode' is on, call
  `comment-region' (unless it only consists of comments, in which
  case it calls `uncomment-region').
Else, if the current line is empty, insert a comment and indent it.
Else if a prefix ARG is specified, call `comment-kill'.
Else, call `comment-indent'.
You can configure `comment-style' to change the way regions are commented.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(defvar comment-auto-fill-only-comments nil "\
Non-nil means to only auto-fill inside comments.
This has no effect in modes that do not define a comment syntax.")

(custom-autoload (quote comment-auto-fill-only-comments) "newcomment" t)

(autoload (quote comment-indent-new-line) "newcomment" "\
Break line at point and indent, continuing comment if within one.
This indents the body of the continued comment
under the previous comment line.

This command is intended for styles where you write a comment per line,
starting a new comment (and terminating it if necessary) on each line.
If you want to continue one comment across several lines, use \\[newline-and-indent].

If a fill column is specified, it overrides the use of the comment column
or comment indentation.

The inserted newline is marked hard if variable `use-hard-newlines' is true,
unless optional argument SOFT is non-nil.

\(fn &optional SOFT)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (newsticker-show-news newsticker-start-ticker newsticker-start
;;;;;;  newsticker-ticker-running-p newsticker-running-p) "newsticker"
;;;;;;  "net/newsticker.el" (17873 44590))
;;; Generated autoloads from net/newsticker.el

(autoload (quote newsticker-running-p) "newsticker" "\
Check whether newsticker is running.
Return t if newsticker is running, nil otherwise.  Newsticker is
considered to be running if the newsticker timer list is not empty.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote newsticker-ticker-running-p) "newsticker" "\
Check whether newsticker's actual ticker is running.
Return t if ticker is running, nil otherwise.  Newsticker is
considered to be running if the newsticker timer list is not
empty.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote newsticker-start) "newsticker" "\
Start the newsticker.
Start the timers for display and retrieval.  If the newsticker, i.e. the
timers, are running already a warning message is printed unless
DO-NOT-COMPLAIN-IF-RUNNING is not nil.
Run `newsticker-start-hook' if newsticker was not running already.

\(fn &optional DO-NOT-COMPLAIN-IF-RUNNING)" t nil)

(autoload (quote newsticker-start-ticker) "newsticker" "\
Start newsticker's ticker (but not the news retrieval).
Start display timer for the actual ticker if wanted and not
running already.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote newsticker-show-news) "newsticker" "\
Switch to newsticker buffer.  You may want to bind this to a key.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nndiary-generate-nov-databases) "nndiary" "gnus/nndiary.el"
;;;;;;  (17992 30878))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/nndiary.el

(autoload (quote nndiary-generate-nov-databases) "nndiary" "\
Generate NOV databases in all nndiary directories.

\(fn &optional SERVER)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nndoc-add-type) "nndoc" "gnus/nndoc.el" (17842
;;;;;;  54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/nndoc.el

(autoload (quote nndoc-add-type) "nndoc" "\
Add document DEFINITION to the list of nndoc document definitions.
If POSITION is nil or `last', the definition will be added
as the last checked definition, if t or `first', add as the
first definition, and if any other symbol, add after that
symbol in the alist.

\(fn DEFINITION &optional POSITION)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nnfolder-generate-active-file) "nnfolder" "gnus/nnfolder.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/nnfolder.el

(autoload (quote nnfolder-generate-active-file) "nnfolder" "\
Look for mbox folders in the nnfolder directory and make them into groups.
This command does not work if you use short group names.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nnkiboze-generate-groups) "nnkiboze" "gnus/nnkiboze.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/nnkiboze.el

(autoload (quote nnkiboze-generate-groups) "nnkiboze" "\
\"Usage: emacs -batch -l nnkiboze -f nnkiboze-generate-groups\".
Finds out what articles are to be part of the nnkiboze groups.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nnml-generate-nov-databases) "nnml" "gnus/nnml.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/nnml.el

(autoload (quote nnml-generate-nov-databases) "nnml" "\
Generate NOV databases in all nnml directories.

\(fn &optional SERVER)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nnsoup-revert-variables nnsoup-set-variables nnsoup-pack-replies)
;;;;;;  "nnsoup" "gnus/nnsoup.el" (17842 54741))
;;; Generated autoloads from gnus/nnsoup.el

(autoload (quote nnsoup-pack-replies) "nnsoup" "\
Make an outbound package of SOUP replies.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote nnsoup-set-variables) "nnsoup" "\
Use the SOUP methods for posting news and mailing mail.

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote nnsoup-revert-variables) "nnsoup" "\
Revert posting and mailing methods to the standard Emacs methods.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (disable-command enable-command disabled-command-function)
;;;;;;  "novice" "novice.el" (17842 58279))
;;; Generated autoloads from novice.el

(defvar disabled-command-function (quote disabled-command-function) "\
Function to call to handle disabled commands.
If nil, the feature is disabled, i.e., all commands work normally.")

(define-obsolete-variable-alias (quote disabled-command-hook) (quote disabled-command-function) "22.1")

(autoload (quote disabled-command-function) "novice" "\
Not documented

\(fn &rest IGNORE)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote enable-command) "novice" "\
Allow COMMAND to be executed without special confirmation from now on.
COMMAND must be a symbol.
This command alters the user's .emacs file so that this will apply
to future sessions.

\(fn COMMAND)" t nil)

(autoload (quote disable-command) "novice" "\
Require special confirmation to execute COMMAND from now on.
COMMAND must be a symbol.
This command alters the user's .emacs file so that this will apply
to future sessions.

\(fn COMMAND)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nroff-mode) "nroff-mode" "textmodes/nroff-mode.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 58277))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/nroff-mode.el

(autoload (quote nroff-mode) "nroff-mode" "\
Major mode for editing text intended for nroff to format.
\\{nroff-mode-map}
Turning on Nroff mode runs `text-mode-hook', then `nroff-mode-hook'.
Also, try `nroff-electric-mode', for automatically inserting
closing requests for requests that are used in matched pairs.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (octave-help) "octave-hlp" "progmodes/octave-hlp.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56332))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/octave-hlp.el

(autoload (quote octave-help) "octave-hlp" "\
Get help on Octave symbols from the Octave info files.
Look up KEY in the function, operator and variable indices of the files
specified by `octave-help-files'.
If KEY is not a string, prompt for it with completion.

\(fn KEY)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (inferior-octave) "octave-inf" "progmodes/octave-inf.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56332))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/octave-inf.el

(autoload (quote inferior-octave) "octave-inf" "\
Run an inferior Octave process, I/O via `inferior-octave-buffer'.
This buffer is put in Inferior Octave mode.  See `inferior-octave-mode'.

Unless ARG is non-nil, switches to this buffer.

The elements of the list `inferior-octave-startup-args' are sent as
command line arguments to the inferior Octave process on startup.

Additional commands to be executed on startup can be provided either in
the file specified by `inferior-octave-startup-file' or by the default
startup file, `~/.emacs-octave'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(defalias (quote run-octave) (quote inferior-octave))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (octave-mode) "octave-mod" "progmodes/octave-mod.el"
;;;;;;  (17842 56332))
;;; Generated autoloads from progmodes/octave-mod.el

(autoload (quote octave-mode) "octave-mod" "\
Major mode for editing Octave code.

This mode makes it easier to write Octave code by helping with
indentation, doing some of the typing for you (with Abbrev mode) and by
showing keywords, comments, strings, etc. in different faces (with
Font Lock mode on terminals that support it).

Octave itself is a high-level language, primarily intended for numerical
computations.  It provides a convenient command line interface for
solving linear and nonlinear problems numerically.  Function definitions
can also be stored in files, and it can be used in a batch mode (which
is why you need this mode!).

The latest released version of Octave is always available via anonymous
ftp from bevo.che.wisc.edu in the directory `/pub/octave'.  Complete
source and binaries for several popular systems are available.

Type \\[list-abbrevs] to display the built-in abbrevs for Octave keywords.

Keybindings
===========

\\{octave-mode-map}

Variables you can use to customize Octave mode
==============================================

octave-auto-indent
  Non-nil means indent current line after a semicolon or space.
  Default is nil.

octave-auto-newline
  Non-nil means auto-insert a newline and indent after a semicolon.
  Default is nil.

octave-blink-matching-block
  Non-nil means show matching begin of block when inserting a space,
  newline or semicolon after an else or end keyword.  Default is t.

octave-block-offset
  Extra indentation applied to statements in block structures.
  Default is 2.

octave-continuation-offset
  Extra indentation applied to Octave continuation lines.
  Default is 4.

octave-continuation-string
  String used for Octave continuation lines.
  Default is a backslash.

octave-mode-startup-message
  nil means do not display the Octave mode startup message.
  Default is t.

octave-send-echo-input
  Non-nil means always display `inferior-octave-buffer' after sending a
  command to the inferior Octave process.

octave-send-line-auto-forward
  Non-nil means always go to the next unsent line of Octave code after
  sending a line to the inferior Octave process.

octave-send-echo-input
  Non-nil means echo input sent to the inferior Octave process.

Turning on Octave mode runs the hook `octave-mode-hook'.

To begin using this mode for all `.m' files that you edit, add the
following lines to your `.emacs' file:

  (autoload 'octave-mode \"octave-mod\" nil t)
  (setq auto-mode-alist
        (cons '(\"\\\\.m$\" . octave-mode) auto-mode-alist))

To automatically turn on the abbrev, auto-fill and font-lock features,
add the following lines to your `.emacs' file as well:

  (add-hook 'octave-mode-hook
	    (lambda ()
	      (abbrev-mode 1)
	      (auto-fill-mode 1)
	      (if (eq window-system 'x)
		  (font-lock-mode 1))))

To submit a problem report, enter \\[octave-submit-bug-report] from an Octave mode buffer.
This automatically sets up a mail buffer with version information
already added.  You just need to add a description of the problem,
including a reproducible test case and send the message.

\(fn)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (org-export-icalendar-combine-agenda-files org-export-icalendar-all-agenda-files
;;;;;;  org-export-icalendar-this-file org-diary org-tags-view org-todo-list
;;;;;;  org-agenda-list org-cycle-agenda-files org-batch-agenda org-agenda
;;;;;;  org-remember-handler org-remember org-remember-apply-template
;;;;;;  org-remember-annotation org-store-link orgtbl-mode turn-on-orgtbl
;;;;;;  org-global-cycle org-cycle org-mode) "org" "textmodes/org.el"
;;;;;;  (17922 37459))
;;; Generated autoloads from textmodes/org.el

(autoload (quote org-mode) "org" "\
Outline-based notes management and organizer, alias
\"Carsten's outline-mode for keeping track of everything.\"

Org-mode develops organizational tasks around a NOTES file which
contains information about projects as plain text.  Org-mode is
implemented on top of outline-mode, which is ideal to keep the content
of large files well structured.  It supports ToDo items, deadlines and
time stamps, which magically appear in the diary listing of the Emacs
calendar.  Tables are easily created with a built-in table editor.
Plain text URL-like links connect to websites, emails (VM), Usenet
messages (Gnus), BBDB entries, and any files related to the project.
For printing and sharing of notes, an Org-mode file (or a part of it)
can be exported as a structured ASCII or HTML file.

The following commands are available:

\\{org-mode-map}

\(fn)" t nil)

(autoload (quote org-cycle) "org" "\
Visibility cycling for Org-mode.

- When this function is called with a prefix argument, rotate the entire
  buffer through 3 states (global cycling)
  1. OVERVIEW: Show only top-level headlines.
  2. CONTENTS: Show all headlines of all levels, but no body text.
  3. SHOW ALL: Show everything.

- When point is at the beginning of a headline, rotate the subtree started
  by this line through 3 different states (local cycling)
  1. FOLDED:   Only the main headline is shown.
  2. CHILDREN: The main headline and the direct children are shown.
               From this state, you can move to one of the children
               and zoom in further.
  3. SUBTREE:  Show the entire subtree, including body text.

- When there is a numeric prefix, go up to a heading with level ARG, do
  a `show-subtree' and return to the previous cursor position.  If ARG
  is negative, go up that many levels.

- When point is not at the beginning of a headline, execute
  `indent-relative', like TAB normally does.  See the option
  `org-cycle-emulate-tab' for details.

- Special case: if point is the the beginning of the buffer and there is
  no headline in line 1, this function will act as if called with prefix arg.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote org-global-cycle) "org" "\
Cycle the global visibility.  For details see `org-cycle'.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote turn-on-orgtbl) "org" "\
Unconditionally turn on `orgtbl-mode'.

\(fn)" nil nil)

(autoload (quote orgtbl-mode) "org" "\
The `org-mode' table editor as a minor mode for use in other modes.

\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote org-store-link) "org" "\
\\<org-mode-map>Store an org-link to the current location.
This link can later be inserted into an org-buffer with
\\[org-insert-link].
For some link types, a prefix arg is interpreted:
For links to usenet articles, arg negates `org-usenet-links-prefer-google'.
For file links, arg negates `org-context-in-file-links'.

\(fn ARG)" t nil)

(autoload (quote org-remember-annotation)