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1993-05-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* Version 19.10 released.

1993-05-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): If we changed buffers during
	read_char, go to replay_sequence.

	* frame.c (Ficonify_frame, Fmake_frame_invisible):
	Select some other frame.  Move minibuffer off this frame.

	* frame.c (Fhandle_switch_frame): Don't call Ffocus_frame.
	(Fredirect_frame_focus): Call Ffocus_frame here.

	* xterm.c (x_bitmap_icon): Don't free icon_bitmap;
	create it if it hasn't been created before.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): For UnmapNotify, if frame was visible,
	mark it now as iconified.
	(x_make_frame_invisible): If async_iconic, work does need to be done.
	Don't let this frame stay highlighted.
	(x_iconify_frame): Don't let this frame stay highlighted.

	* s/usg5-4-2.h (sigsetmask): #undef this.

	* sysdep.c (sys_signal): Use 0, not NULL, to set sa_flags.

1993-05-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* linux.h (C_OPTIMIZE_SWITCH): Set this to the empty string;
	configure guesses just fine.

	* tekXD88.h: New file, from Kaveh Ghazi.

	* systty.h (CDISABLE): #undef it before re-#defining it.

	* sysdep.c (sys_siglist): Comment out #endif trailer.
	* xmenu.c (TRUE, FALSE): Same.
	* xterm.c (dumprectangle): Same.

	* emacs.c: Don't include termios.h directly--let systty.h do it.

1993-05-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfaces.c [HPUX]: Include time.h and define __TIMEVAL__.

	* emacs.c (shut_down_emacs): Maybe close X connection.  New arg NO_X.
	(Fkill_emacs): Don't close it here.  Pass new arg.
	(fatal_error_signal): Pass new arg.
	* xterm.c (x_connection_closed): Pass new arg.

	* xdisp.c (syms_of_xdisp): Make highlight-nonselected-windows Lisp var.
	(display_text_line): Obey it.
	(display_text_line): Really check for just the selected window.

	* s/usg5-4-2.h: New file.

	* keyboard.c (menu_bar_items): Save Vinhibit_quit by hand
	instead of using specbind.
	(menu_bar_items): Call Fnreverse before restoring Vinhibit_quit.

	* s/hpux8.h (OLDXMENU_OPTIONS): Add quotations.

	* m/ibmrt.h (C_SWITCH_MACHINE): Define only if not __GNUC__.
	(HAVE_FTIME): Defined.

	* xfns.c (Fx_close_current_connection): Clear x_current_display.
	* xterm.c (XTring_bell): Do nothing if x_current_connection is 0.

	* buffer.c (reset_buffer): Clear mark_active field here.
	(reset_buffer_local_variables): Not here.
	(Fswitch_to_buffer, Fpop_to_buffer): Return the buffer.
	(Fmove_overlay): Fix data types in last change.

	* sysdep.c (gettimeofday): Don't store in *tzp if tzp is 0.

	* process.c (MAXDESC): Get it from FD_SETSIZE if that exists.

	(MAIL_PROGRAM_NAME): Defined (two alternate definitions).

	* xfns.c (Fx_list_fonts): Use CHECK_LIVE_FRAME on the frame arg.

1993-05-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/hpux8.h (LIBX11_SYSTEM): Defined.

	* ymakefile: Replace config.h as dep with $(config_h).
	(really-oldXMenu): Use two make vars to pass values
	of C_SWITCH_... within doublequotes.

	* xfns.c (x_figure_window_size): Never set PPosition or PSize.

	* keymap.c (syms_of_keymap): Create global_map 256 slots long.
	* cmds.c (keys_of_cmds): Predefined 0240-0376 as self-insert.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket, case KeyPress) [HPUX]:
	Recognize the extended function keys.

	* buffer.c (Fgenerate_new_buffer_name): New arg IGNORE.
	(Frename_buffer): Pass new arg.

1993-05-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (menu_bar_items): Bind Qinhibit_quit to Qt while we
	call the keymap accessors; this gets called during redisplay.

	* ymakefile (alloca.o): Call $(CC), not cc.

	* s/linux.h (SIGNALS_VIA_CHARACTERS): Try this out for a bit.

	* buffer.c (Fmove_overlay): If the overlay is changing buffers,
	do a thorough redisplay.

	* xfns.c (x_set_frame_parameters): Use the first
	position/size parameter we find, not the last.

	* s/hpux8.h: Don't define HAVE_RANDOM.

	* (UNEXEC_SRC): New macro, set by the configure
	* ymakefile (UNEXEC_SRC): Give it a default value here, and make
	UNEXEC depend on it.

	* ymakefile (lispdir): Set this in terms of ${srcdir}.

1993-05-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (Fsleep_for): Don't return without waiting when SEC is 0.

	* emacs.c (syms_of_emacs) [CANNOT_DUMP]: Don't defsubr Sdump_emacs*.

	* alloc.c (mark_object): Add debugging code to check for ptr clobbered.

1993-05-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* Version 19.9 released.

1993-05-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Correct previous change.

1993-05-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* systty.h: Always terminate comments, to avoid confusion.

	* xfns.c: Make resource manager work correctly even when
	Vinvocation_name has periods and asterisks in it.
	(Vxrdb_name): New variable.
	(Fx_get_resource): Use it instead of Vinvocation_name.
	(Fx_open_connection): Initialize it to a copy of Vinvocation_name,
	with the dots and stars replaced by hyphens.
	(syms_of_xfns): staticpro it here.

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_resource): Use the proper format string when the
	attribute has been specified.

1993-05-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfns.c (x_get_resource_string): New function.

	* ymakefile (ALL_CFLAGS): Put CFLAGS last.

1993-05-26  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/sol2.h (SOLARIS_BROKEN_ACCESS): Don't define this.

	* s/aix3-2.h (C_SWITCH_SYSTEM): Don't define this to be "-ma" if
	we're using GCC - that's an XLC switch.

	* s/aix3-2.h (LIBS_SYSTEM): Put -LIM -Liconv here.

	* systty.h (HAVE_LTCHARS, HAVE_TCHARS): New macros; define them if
	we have those structures, but *don't* define them if we have
	TERMIOS, whose functions take care of those parameters; that
	screws up AIX.
	(struct emacs_tty): Test those symbols, instead of the ioctl
	* sysdep.c (emacs_get_tty, emacs_set_tty, new_ltchars, new_tchars)
	(init_sys_modes): Same.

	* (HAVE_RENAME): Include an #undef for this, so
	configure will have something to edit.

1993-05-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (window_loop, case GET_LRU_WINDOW):
	Get frame's width properly.

	* xselect.c (x_get_local_selection): If no conversion function
	exists for the requested type, just return nil.

	* s/linux.h (HAVE_TCATTR): Defined.

	* sysdep.c [HAVE_SOCKETS]: Include socket.h, netdb.h.
	(get_system_name) [HAVE_SOCKETS]: Use gethostbyname.

1993-05-26  Jim Blandy  (

	(LD_SWITCH_SYSTEM, OLDXMENU_OPTIONS): Add X11R5 directories to the
	search paths in these lists; they shouldn't do any harm if they
	don't have X11R5.

	* s/aix3-2.h (C_SWITCH_SYSTEM): Don't #define this if we're using

1993-05-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* xrdb.c (magic_searchpath_decoder): Fix typos.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Don't call compute_char_face
	for a non-X frame.

	* xfns.c (Fx_rebind_key, Fx_rebind_keys): X10 definitions deleted.
	(syms_of_xfns): Install them only if X11.

	* ralloc.c (r_alloc_sbrk): Declare already_available as long, not SIZE.

	* xfns.c (x_set_cursor_type): If arg not recognized, use box cursor.

	* s/hpux8.h (LD_SWITCH_SYSTEM) [__GNUC__]: Pass -a archive to ld.
	(HAVE_RANDOM): Defined.

	* s/hpux.h (rand, srand): Definitions deleted.

	* keyboard.c (Fcurrent_input_mode): Fix the call to Flist.
	(make_lispy_event): Fix off-by-1 error with hpos in menu bar.

	* s/sunos4-1-3.h: New file.

	* ymakefile (XOBJ) [!HAVE_X_MENU]: Add xfaces.o.

	* s/irix4-0.h (SIGNALS_VIA_CHARACTERS): Defined.

	* xterm.c (x_wm_set_size_hint): Don't set hints for max size.

1993-05-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* m/ibmrs6000.h (LIBS_MACHINE): Add -lIM and -liconv.

	* sysdep.c (wait_for_termination): Don't use the BSD alternative
	for LINUX.  Use the UNIPLUS alternative.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): If kbd_buffer_get_event returns nil,
	redisplay and retry.
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): If event is handled here, return nil.
	(swallow_events): New function.
	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Call that.

	* ralloc.c (POINTER): Always use char *.

	* s/sol2.h (C_SWITCH_X_SYSTEM): Deleted.
	(LD_SWITCH_SYSTEM): Delete the -L option, leave just -R.

	Use pty_name, not ptyname.

	* syntax.c (Fforward_comment): Arg is a Lisp_Object.
	Convert it to an int.

	* ymakefile (alloca.o): Get alloca.c and alloca.s from ${srcdir}.

	* floatfns.c (logb): Don't declare if hpux.

	* syntax.c (Fforward_comment): Always set point.

	* s/dgux.h, s/hpux.h, s/esix.h (HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY): Deleted.

	* s/irix4-0.h (C_ALLOCA, alloca): Definitions deleted.
	[!NOT_C_CODE]: Include alloca.h.
	(NEED_SIOCTL): #undef this.

	Fix mismatch in arg names.

	* xfns.c (Fx_open_connection): Set xrm_option correctly.

1993-05-25  David J. MacKenzie  (

	* xfns.c (x_figure_window_size): Make the default frame coords (0,0).

1993-05-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* Version 19.8 released.

1993-05-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c: Clear out the old face stuff.
	(x_face_table, n_faces, x_set_face, x_set_glyph, Fx_set_face_font)
	(Fx_set_face, Fx_get_face): Removed.
	(syms_of_xfns): Remove defsubr for Fx_set_face.

	Arrange for font names to get fully resolved - no wildcards.
	* xfns.c (x_set_frame_parameters): Store the value in the frame
	parameter alist before we call the setter function, so the setter
	function can touch up the value if it chooses.
	(x_set_foreground_color, x_set_background_color): Call
	recompute_basic_faces, so their GC's will reflect the changes.
	(x_new_font): Add extern declaration - this returns a Lisp_Object
	now, the fully resolved font name.
	(x_set_font): Accept the fully resolved name from x_new_font, and
	put it in the frame's parameter alist.  Call recompute_basic_faces.
	* xterm.c (x_new_font): Return the fully resolved font name, Qnil
	(if no match), or Qt (match, but unacceptable metrics).
	* xterm.c (x_new_font): Don't call init_frame_faces.

	* xterm.h: New section for declarations for xfaces.c.
	(init_frame_faces, free_frame_faces, intern_face)
	(face_name_id_number, same_size_fonts, recompute_basic_faces)
	(compute_char_face, compute_glyph_face): Declare these here.
	* xfaces.c (same_size_fonts): We can now remove this extern
	* xfns.c (face_name_id_number): Likewise.
	* xterm.c (intern_face): Likewise.

	* xterm.c (dumpglyphs): Remember that the default faces can have
	null fonts, too.

	* xfns.c (Fx_list_fonts): Remember that FACE may not have a font
	specified.  Don't specify 30000 as the maximum limit on the number
	of fontns returned  - 2000 is more reasonable.

	* xfaces.c (build_face, unload_font, free_frame_faces): Don't
	forget to block input while making X calls.

	Treat faces as structures specifying modifications to the frame's
	parameters, rather than things which need to specify a complete
	set of parameters by themselves.
	* xfaces.c (init_frame_faces): Don't set up the two frame display
	faces by querying the GC - just leave all their fields blank, and
	call recompute_basic_faces, letting build_face do the work of
	consulting the frame when necessary.
	(recompute_basic_faces): New function.
	(compute_base_faces): New function for obtaining the "identity"
	for compute_char_face and compute_glyph_face.
	(compute_char_face, compute_glyph_face): Call it, instead of copying
	* xfns.c (x_make_gc): No need to call init_frame_faces here.

	* xfaces.c (intern_frame_face): This can be static.

	* dispextern.h (struct face): New field - `copy', to help us with
	resource allocation.
	* xfaces.c (free_frame_faces): Do free the first two faces; don't
	free anything from a face that's a copy.
	(intern_frame_face): Mark every face we intern as a copy; its
	resources are actually a combination of the real faces.
	(Fset_face_attribute_internal): No need to check if we're trying
	to free one of the frame's GC's; they never enter into the

	* casetab.c: Fix formatting, so as not to confuse etags.

	* xfns.c (Fx_list_fonts): New function.
	(face_name_id_number): Add extern declaration for this.
	* xfaces.c (face_name_id_number): Make this externally visible,
	and make the FRAME argument a FRAME_PTR, not a Lisp_Object.
	(compute_char_face): Call face_name_id_number properly.

	* xfaces.c (unload_color): Don't free the pixel for now.

	* xfaces.c (merge_faces): You can't tell if a font is a
	character-cell font or not by testing whether or not it has a
	per_char table.  They all do.
	* xterm.c (x_new_font): Same deal.
	* xfns.c (Fx_list_fonts): Same deal.

	* m/iris4d.h: Dyke out the section which specifies how to get the
	load average.

	* paths.h (PATH_INFO): New path, to edited by the configuration
	* callproc.c (Vconfigure_info_directory): New variable, used
	internally by build process.
	(syms_of_callproc): DEFVAR it and initialize it.

	* keyboard.c (Fcurrent_input_mode): Use XFASTINT to build the last
	element of the return value, not XSETINT.

1993-05-24  Jim Blandy  (

	Changes for OSF/1:
	* mem-limits.h [__osf__ && (__mips || mips)]: #include
	<sys/time.h> and <sys/resource.h>.
	(get_lim_data): OSF wants a definition like BSD4_2's.
	* s/osf1.h: #include "bsd4-3.h", not "s-bsd4-3.h".

	* ymakefile (LIBX): Put LD_SWITCH_X_SITE before the libraries, so
	it actually has an effect.

	Some makes can't handle form feed characters in their makefiles.
	* s/usg5-3.h: Remove form feed.
	* s/template.h, m/template.h: Remove form feeds.

	* xfns.c (select_visual): Include the screen number in the
	template of things XGetVisualInfo must match.

1993-05-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/dgux.h (NO_GET_LOAD_AVG): Test _M88KBCS_TARGET, not __GNUC__.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket, ConfigureNotify case):
	Convert from parent window, not Emacs window.
	(XTread_socket): Handle ReparentNotify events.

	* m/i860.h: New file.

	* keyboard.c (lispy_function_keys): Add kp-numlock.  Fix kp-backspace.

1993-05-24  Thorsten Ohl  (

	* m/next.h (C_SWITCH_MACHINE): Definition deleted.

	* lread.c: Don't #undef NULL.

1993-05-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (Fmake_overlay): Put beg and end in the right order.
	(Fmove_overlay): If beg and end are markers, make sure they're in
	the right buffer.

1993-05-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (modify_event_symbol): If a name_table elt is null,
	generate a name to use.  Don't crash.

	* fileio.c (Fread_file_name): If input is empty, do return the default
	even if !insert_default_directory.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): For ConfigureNotify event,
	translate coordinates if send_event field is false
	provided the x-coord value is not large.

1993-05-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/irix4-0.h (NO_MATHERR): Defined.
	* floatfns.c [NO_MATHERR]: Undef HAVE_MATHERR.

1993-05-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Ffile_writable_p): Pass XSTRING (foo)->data to
	ro_fsys, not XSTRING (foo).

	* xterm.c (x_new_font): Reject fonts with varying spacing.  We
	don't support them yet.
	* xfns.c (x_set_font): Report the error message properly.

	* xfns.c (Fx_parse_geometry): No need to call check_x here; it
	doesn't interact with the server at all, and we need it in order
	to create our first frame.

1993-05-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/linux.h (HAVE_SETSID): Defined.
	(HAVE_SOCKETS): Defined.

	* process.c (create_process): Ignore retval from TIOCSTTY.
	(sys_siglist) [LINUX]: Don't even declare it.

1993-05-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* syssignal.h (sys_signal): Declare the second argument to have
	type signal_handler_t.  We're told this is necessary for Linux.

1993-05-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/dgux.h (NO_GET_LOAD_AVG): Define, if __GNUC__.

1993-05-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/hpux8.h (NO_SIOCTL_H): Defined.

1993-05-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/linux.h (HAVE_DUP2, HAVE_ALLOCA_H): Deleted.

1993-05-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* syssignal.h: Don't #include <signal.h>
	* alloc.c: #include <signal.h>, but before "config.h".

1993-05-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfaces.c (Fset_face_attribute_internal): Don't call unload_font
	for the frame's own font.

	* xfns.c (check_x): New function.
	Call it in almost every Lisp function in this file.
	(x_set_menu_bar_lines_1): Pass both args in recursive call.

1993-05-23  Paul Eggert  (

	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_zone): Make `am' an int, not long.

1993-05-23  Jim Blandy  (

	Changes for SGI from Matthew J Brown <>.
	* m/iris4d.h, m/iris5d.h: Don't use the --cckr CC switch if we're
	using GCC.
	* m/iris4d.h (NEED_SIOCTL): Move this to...
	* s/irix3-3.h (NEED_SIOCTL): ... here; apparently it's not
	necessary in irix4-0.h.
	* s/irix4-0.h: Remove declaration of getpty; apparently Irix 4.0
	already declares this elsewhere.
	(PTY_TTY_NAME_SPRINTF): #undef this before re-#defining it.
	* m/ibmps2-aix.h, m/pfa50.h, s/hpux.h, s/isc2-2.h, s/linux.h,
	* s/sco4.h, s/usg5-4.h: Remove HAVE_RENAME; configure guesses that now.

	#defines to #undef's, so ../configure knows it should tweak them.

	* xterm.c (x_scroll_bar_report_motion): Set *TIME whether or not
	the mouse is over a scroll bar.

	* xfaces.c (Fset_face_attribute_internal): Don't free the frame's
	normal_gc or reverse_gc.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_movement): Deal properly with mouse
	motion outside of all windows.

	* lisp.h (GLYPH_FACE): Remember that the face portion of a glyph
	can be 24 bits, not just eight.

1993-05-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* xterm.c: Move signal.h and stdio.h before config.h.

	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_zone): Assign gmt, instead of init.

1993-05-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* Version 19.7 released.

	* (SUBMAKEFLAGS): Add CFLAGS to the list.

	* puresize.h [not HAVE_X_WINDOWS] (PURESIZE): Make this 185k,
	not 196k.  We're actually using ~180k.

	* editfns.c: #include <sys/types.h>, to get time_t for Eggert's

1993-05-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (FRAME_SUPPORT): Add mouse.elc, select.elc, scroll-bar.elc.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Highlight in any frame's sel window.

	* keyboard.c (modifier_names): Update to match *_modifier in termhooks.

1993-05-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_scroll_bar_handle_click): Never grab the scroll bar;
	that feature requires more support to work correctly.

	* keyboard.c (make_ctrl_char): New function.
	(read_char): Call it.
	(kbd_buffer_store_event): Call it to see if the new character is
	the quit or stop character.
	(make_lispy_event): Call it.

1993-05-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfns.c (x_window_to_frame): Use XGCTYPE.

1993-05-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (Fopen_network_stream): Deal with older systems, which
	only have the h_addr field in their struct hostent.

	* systty.h [SYSV_PTYS]: #include <sys/types.h>.  Francesco
	Potorti` <pot@fly.CNUCE.CNR.IT> says it's necessary on his
	machine, and it should be harmless.

1993-05-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (wait_for_termination): Copy code from 18.59
	(but sans BSD4_1 alternatives).

1993-05-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile (alloca.o): #define malloc and free to be xmalloc and
	xfree on the command line of this compilation.

	* s/sco4.h (TIME_WITH_SYS_TIME): This is no longer needed.

	* s/linux.h: Remove copyright notices by Michael K. Johnson and
	Rik Faith.  They have both sent in papers now which make their
	changes public domain.

	* sysdep.c (sys_suspend): Set synch_process_alive, so that
	wait_for_termination has something to wait for.

1993-05-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Highlight only in selected window.

	* xfns.c (syms_of_xfns): Don't make Lisp vars
	x-mode-pointer-shape and x-nontext-pointer-shape.

1993-05-20  Ian Lance Taylor  (

	* s/sco4.h (SCO): Don't define (no longer needed).
	(HAVE_SYS_TIME_H): Don't define (set by configure).

1993-05-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (preserve_other_columns): Remember to multiply the
	size argument to bcopy by the size of a glyph.

1993-05-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Reexamine this_command
	after pre-command-hook runs.

	* xterm.c (x_find_modifier_meanings): If some keys are meta and alt,
	make them just meta, not alt.

1993-05-19  Jim Blandy  (

	Some time-handling patches from Paul Eggert:
	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_zone): Take an optional argument specifying
	what (absolute) time should be used to determine the current time zone.
	Yield just offset and name of time zone, including DST correction.
	Yield time zone offset in seconds, not minutes.
	(lisp_time_argument, difftm): New functions.
	(Fcurrent_time_string): Use lisp_time_argument.

	Some more changes from Michael K. Johnson for Linux.
	* s/template.h: Mention that you should #define HAVE_TERMIO or
	HAVE_TERMIOS, but not both, and that HAVE_TERMIOS is preferred.
	* systty.h (EMACS_SET_TTY_PGRP): Don't assign the return value of
	tcsetpgrp to *pgid; it's just a status value.
	* (HAVE_RANDOM): This shouldn't be defined on Linux
	systems using XFree386, and perhaps is inappropriate in general.
	* m/intel386.h: #undefine the integer size macros, since the Linux
	<values.h> file #defines them itself.
	* mem-limits.h (get_lim_data): Linux has the ulimit call; if it
	fails, fall back on ULIMIT_BREAK_VALUE.
	* process.c: Linux needs the WAITTYPE, etc. definitions.
	* unexec.c (hdr, ohdr): Linux has the ordinary `struct exec' type;
	no need to use SYSV names.
	* s/linux.h: New file.

	Some changes from Michael K. Johnson for Linux.
	* sysdep.c (sys_siglist): Don't define this if HAVE_SYS_SIGLIST is
	#defined.  That lets the system provide it, if it has it.
	* syssignal.h (sigmask): Only define this if <signal.h> hasn't
	given us a definition already.
	* syssignal.h (sys_sigpause): Fix argument in prototype.
	* sysdep.c (init_signals): The masks are called empty_mask and
	full_mask, not signal_empty_mask and signal_full_mask.
	(signal_handler_t): Moved ....
	* syssignal.h: ... to here.
	* systty.h (EMACS_SET_TTY_PGRP): Call tcsetpgrp with the correct
	* emacs.c (main): Don't try to establish signal handlers for
	SIGBUS and SIGSYS unless they're actually #defined.

	* systty.h [HAVE_TERMIO, __DGUX]: #include <sys/ioctl.h>.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): Compute the scrollbar start and end

1993-05-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Fcurrent_input_mode): Return META as 3-way flag.

1993-05-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Ffind_file_name_handler): Check that FILENAME is a

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Undo change of April
	29th, since that re-introduces the race condition the comments are
	warning about.  Call clear_waiting_for_input before calling
	status_notify, though.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Don't forget to call
	clear_waiting_for_input when we exit the loop because process
	input has arrived.

	Changes for Silicon Graphics Iris 5D.
	* unexelfsgi.c: New file; like unexelf.c, but tolerates program
	segments above BSS.
	* m/iris5d.h: New file.
	* s/irix5-0.h: New file.
	* process.c [__sgi] (allocate_pty): Give up immediately if pty is

1993-05-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (follow_key): Check char in range before UPPERCASEP.

1993-05-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfns.c (x_set_menu_bar_lines): Fix typo in last change.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Controlify lower case letters too.

1993-05-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): If the newline (or C-m, in
	selective-display) has a non-default face, apply that face to the
	remainder of the line, so that the fill occupies the entire line.

	* xterm.c (x_new_font): Tell the frame display faces about the
	newly chosen font.

	Make sure that all the display faces use fonts of the
	same dimensions as the default face, so as not to confuse the rest
	of the redisplay code.
	* xfaces.c (same_size_fonts): New function.
	(merge_faces): Only merge in a new font from the FROM face if it
	is the same size as the font in the TO face.

	* xfns.c (x_set_menu_bar_lines): Minibuffer-only frames can't have
	menu bars.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Don't lay down an unwind_protect
	to restore the original buffer until we actually get a mouse click.

	* window.c (window-dedicated-p): Doc fix.

1993-05-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Turn off ControlMask for XLookupString.
	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Controlify here.

1993-05-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): Make the scrollbar reflect the
	extent of the visible region, not the whole buffer.

	* xfaces.c (free_frame_faces): Don't free the resources from the
	first two faces.

	* lisp.h (malloc, realloc): Declare these to return void *, to
	avoid conflicts with ANSI header files.

	* sysdep.c (reset_sys_modes): Test the return value of
	EMACS_SET_TTY properly.
	* systty.h (EMACS_GET_TTY, EMACS_SET_TTY): Document the return

1993-05-16  Jim Blandy  (

	CRAY_STACKSEG_END, STACK_DIRECTION): Add #undef clauses for these,
	since otherwise the autoconf tests in won't do us
	much good.

1993-05-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c (overlays_at): New arg EXTEND.
	(Foverlays_at, Fnext_overlay_change): Pass 1.
	* xfaces.c (compute_char_face): Pass 0.
	Try first with small overlay_vec, then use a big enough one.

	* lread.c (syms_of_lread): Make Vcurrent_load_list ordinary Lisp var.
	Set up Qcurrent_load_list.
	(readevalloop): Specbind Qcurrent_load_list instead of ad-hoc saving.
	(build_load_history): Do nothing when loading pure files.

	* xterm.c (dumpglyphs): Create a temporary merged gc
	when cursor falls on char with non-default face.

	* xterm.h (x_display): New field cursor_foreground_pixel.
	* xfns.c (x_set_cursor_color): Set cursor_foreground_pixel.

	* casefiddle.c (casify_region): Remove mistaken arg to record_change.

1993-05-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfaces.c (Fset_face_attribute_internal): Jolt redisplay, so it
	knows something has changed.

	* xfaces.c (unload_color): Don't try to unload the standard black
	or white pixel.

	More changes from David Mackenzie.
	* ymakefile (emacs): No need to edit srcdir into a lisp file and
	then load it; we can just take advantage of the PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH.
	(crt0.o): Remember that crt0.c is in ${srcdir}.

	Install David Mackenzie's patches to make ${srcdir} work.
	* (srcdir, VPATH): Get this value from the top-level
	(xmakefile): Use ${srcdir} to find the files from which we produce
	xmakefile.  Edit the values for srcdir and VPATH into xmakefile.
	* ymakefile (srcdir, VPATH): New definitions for the Makefile
	to edit.
	(ALL_CFLAGS): Remove `-Is' and `-Im'; add `-I${srcdir}', and
	(emacs): Adjust dumping commands to deal with a separate source
	(${etc}DOC): Pass `-d ${srcdir}' to make-docfile, to tell it where
	to find the source files.
	(prefix-args): Find the source code in ${srcdir}.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): If we're running
	Solaris, it's not necessary to check if we should redeliver SIGIO,
	according to David Mackenzie.
	* s/sol2.h: #include "usg5-4.h", and #define const.

	* systime.h: Borrow CPP sequence from getdate.y to include the
	proper combination of <time.h> and <sys/time.h>.

1993-05-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.h (struct window): New slot region_showing.
	* xdisp.c (mark_window_display_accurate): Set region_showing fields.
	(redisplay_window): Update region_showing field.
	(display_text_line): Set region_showing to t if will show one.

	* xselect.c (Fx_selection_exists_p): Handle nil, t as SELECTION arg.
	Don't die if SELECTION is not recognized.

	* dispnew.c (direct_output_forward_char): Just give up
	if region is being highlighted.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay, redisplay_window): Don't use the cursor-motion
	special-case code if the region is or was highlighted.

	* xfaces.c (compute_char_face): New args REGION_BEG, REGION_END.
	Don't sort if noverlays is 0 or 1.

	* dispnew.c (direct_output_for_insert): Pass those args.
	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Pass those args,
	describing the region if the mark is transient and active.

1993-05-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (Fmove_overlay): If the overlay is in no buffer and the
	BUFFER argument has been omitted, put it in the current buffer,
	for symmetry with move-marker.

	* buffer.c (Fdelete_overlay): Make the overlay's markers point
	nowhere, not at 1.  Do this after calling redisplay_region, so
	that code knows what section has changed.

1993-05-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (display_menu_bar): Update FRAME_MENU_BAR_ITEMS here.
	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Don't do it here.

	* keymap.c (access_keymap): Handle any length vector.
	(store_in_keymap): Likewise.
	(Fcopy_keymap): Likewise.

1993-05-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (Foverlay_start, Foverlay_end, Foverlay_buffer)
	(Foverlay_properties): Functions moved here from subr.el.

1993-05-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfaces.c (compute_char_face): When merging the overlays,
	traverse sortvec, not overlay_vec; the latter isn't the one we

	* xterm.c (dumpglyphs): Give the cursor higher priority than the
	face specified by the glyph under it.

	* xterm.c (dumpglyphs): Move the underline up a row.  I dislike
	the way X addresses pixels.  Quickdraw is much nicer.

	* xfaces.c (intern_face): If the face has a GC, but it's not the
	default or modeline face, abort.  Nothing but those two faces
	should have a GC *and* be passed to intern_face.
	(compute_char_face, compute_glyph_face): After copying
	the frame's default face into face, to use as a base case for
	calculation, set the `gc' member to zero; that way we don't have
	things lying around that look like display faces but aren't.

	* xfaces.c (intern_frame_face): When copying the new face into the
	frame's face array, remember that the number of bytes to copy is
	sizeof (*new_face), not sizeof (new_face).

	* xfaces.c (compute_char_face): Assume that W is displaying the
	current buffer.  Abort if it isn't.

	* lisp.h (Lisp_Overlay): New tag.
	(OVERLAYP): New predicate.
	(CHECK_OVERLAY): New type-checker.
	(Qoverlayp): New extern declaration.
	* buffer.c (Foverlayp): New function.
	(Qoverlayp): New atom.
	(overlays_at, recenter_overlay_lists): Abort if we encounter an
	invalid overlay.
	(syms_of_buffer): defsubr Soverlayp; initialize Qoverlayp.
	(Fdelete_overlay): Set the overlay's markers to point nowhere.
	Use CHECK_OVERLAY instead of signalling a special error.
	(Fmove_overlay, Foverlay_put): Use CHECK_OVERLAY instead of
	signalling a special error.
	(Foverlay_get): Use CHECK_OVERLAY.
	* fns.c (internal_equal): Define this for overlays.
	* buffer.h (OVERLAY_VALID): Define in terms of OVERLAYP.
	* print.c (print): Give overlays their own print syntax.
	* alloc.c (mark_object): Treat overlays like conses.

	* lisp.h (FLOATP): Define this appropriately when LISP_FLOAT_TYPE
	is not defined.

	* buffer.c (Foverlay_get): Return Qnil if the requested property
	is missing from the property list.

	The text property routines can now modify buffers other
	than the current one.
	* insdel.c (modify_region): New argument BUFFER.  Select that
	buffer while we prepare for the modification, and switch back when
	we're done.
	* textprop.c (add_properties, remove_properties): Pass
	the buffer being modified as the first argument to modify_region.
	* editfns.c (Fsubst_char_in_region, Ftranslate_region): Pass the
	current_buffer as the first argument to modify_region.
	* casefiddle.c (casify_region): Same.

	* dispnew.c (direct_output_for_insert): Compute the face of the
	character we're inserting properly.

	* xterm.c (dumpglyphs): Pass the proper arguments to intern_face.

	* xterm.c (dumpglyphs): Don't increment left twice.

	* intervals.c (set_point): Check for point out of bounds before
	checking for an empty interval tree.

	* cmds.c (Fforward_char): Check proposed new position, and then
	set point, instead of setting point to a potentially invalid

	* lread.c, data.c: If STDC_HEADERS is #defined, include <stdlib.h>
	to get the extern declarations for atof.  That's where it is in

1993-05-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile (xfaces.o): Add window.h to the dependencies.

	* xfaces.c (intern_frame_face): Exchange order of arguments, to
	make callers correct.

	* xfaces.c (compute_char_face): Notice the next property change
	location correctly.

	* xfaces.c (face_name_id_number): Return 0 (the default face) if
	the name is undefined.

	* xfaces.c (Fset_face_attribute_internal): Do nothing unless FRAME
	is an X frame.

	* xdisp.c (copy_rope, copy_part_of_rope): Add face argument.
	(display_text_line): Initialize current_face to zero.   Apply it
	to characters as we write them to the display matrix.
	(display_string): Pass the new argument to copy_rope.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Handle the locations of face
	changes properly.

	* textprop.c (Fnext_single_property_change,
	Fprevious_single_property_change): Pass arguments to textget in
	the right order.

	* ymakefile (xfns.o): Remove duplication of buffer.h in dependencies.

	* ymakefile ($(OLDXMENU)): Remove extraneous call to `rm'.

1993-05-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* keymap.c (Faccessible_keymaps): Use whatever size the vector has.
	(Fwhere_is_internal): Likewise.
	(describe_vector): Likewise.
	(current_minor_maps): Call Findirect_function, so symbols
	can be used in place of actual maps.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Use break; to exit loop at eol.
	Duplicate the short MAKE_GLYPH loop after the main loop.
	If no display table, do obey selective_display_ellipses.
	(copy_part_of_rope): Arg FROM is now Lisp_Object *.

	* xfaces.c: Do include window.h.
	(compute_char_face): Supply third arg of Fget_text_property.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Don't set shift modifier for C-^.

	* callproc.c (child_setup): Omit duplicates from new env array.

1993-05-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (ro_fsys) [SOLARIS_BROKEN_ACCESS]: Check for the
	filesystem being ro, since Solaris 2.1 doesn't.
	(file-writable-p): Call ro_fsys.
	* s/sol2.h (SOLARIS_BROKEN_ACCESS): Define this.

	* systime.h: Use the strategy from getdate.y to include the proper
	combination of <time.h> and <sys/time.h>.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): Use an XLFD name for the default font,
	instead of "9x15" or whatever it was.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Make face-handling code conditional
	on HAVE_X_WINDOWS macro.  Perhaps this isn't the best approach,
	but it'll do for now.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): We can't use the FRAME_DEFAULT_FACE
	macro here; that's x-specific.  Just don't pass the second
	* xfaces.c (compute_glyph_face): Remove the BASIC_FACE argument;
	use F's default face.

1993-05-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfaces.c (Fmake_face_internal): Do nothing for non-X frames.

	* dispextern.h (struct face): Add cached_index member.
	* xfaces.c (get_cached_face): Use it to avoid unnecessary
	searches of face_vector.

	* xfaces.c (intern_face): Renamed from get_display_face.

	* xfns.c (x_make_gc): After building the GC's for the frame, call
	init_frame_faces to set up the first two faces.
	* xfaces.c (init_frame_faces): Don't just try to copy the default
	and mode line faces from some other random frame; instead, consult
	the normal_gc and reverse_gc members of the frame, and build the
	faces based on their parameters.

	Adjust the face computation functions to return frame face ID's,
	not pointers to display faces; since we call these functions
	during display construction, we don't want the display faces yet.
	* xfaces.c (intern_frame_face): New function.
	(compute_char_face, compute_glyph_face): Apply intern_frame_face
	to the computed face, and return the frame face's ID, instead of
	calling intern_face and returning a pointer to a display frame.

	* xfaces.c: Describe the facial data structures.  It took me a
	while to figure them out; perhaps this will save someone else the

	Arrange to tell redisplay about changes in overlays.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay_region): New function.
	* buffer.c (Fmove_overlay): Call redisplay_region on the areas the
	overlay has enclosed or left.
	(Fdelete_overlay): Call redisplay_region on the area the overlay
	used to occupy.
	(Foverlay_put): Call redisplay_region on the area the overlay now
	occupies; we may have put a face property on it.

	* buffer.c (Fmove_overlay): Doc fix.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): If we're doing a thorough redisplay (all
	windows on all frames involved), go ahead and flush the GC cache -
	call clear_face_vector.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Apply faces to characters
	according to overlays and text properties; use
	compute_char_face and compute_glyph_face to figure out what
	face to use, and where a new face starts.
	* xterm.c (dumpglyphs): Use the upper bits of the glyphs to decide
	which frame face to use.  Call GLYPH_FOLLOW_ALIASES to make sure
	we're implementing the glyph table properly.  If we're not using
	the default or mode line face, call intern_face to find a display
	face for the frame face selected by the glyph code.  Implement
	underlining.  Remove the `font' argument; we have to derive this
	from the frame and face anyway.  Change all callers.
	* disptab.h (GLYPH_FOLLOW_ALIASES): New macro.

	* xterm.c (x_destroy_window): Call free_frame_faces.

	The GNU coding standards specify that CFLAGS should be left for
	users to set.
	* ymakefile (ALL_CFLAGS): Set this to the long string of
	compilation switches, not CFLAGS.  Changed all uses.
	(CFLAGS): Make this default to just -g.
	(.c.o): Define new default rule, to make sure that the right flags
	get to the compilations.

1993-05-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Exit kbd macro if Vexecuting_macro is t.

	* pwd.h: File deleted.

1993-05-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/sunos4shr.h: Apply changes from David J. Mackenzie; this isn't
	used by any configuration right now, but he's trying to make it
	#include "sunos4-1.h" instead of "bsd4-2.h".
	(O_NDELAY): Don't define this.
	(SYSTEM_MALLOC): Don't define this, either.
	(LD_SWITCH_SYSTEM): Remove the definition for this.

	* (DEFS): Remove this; we have configure build a
	config.h file directly, instead of having lots of -D flags.

	* (CFLAGS): Don't make this carry DEFS from the
	configure script; the coding standards say that CFLAGS should be
	left for the user to tweak.

1993-05-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (do_mouse_tracking): Now static.

	* xmenu.c (Fx_popup_menu): Add a vector of prefix keys for the panes.
	(keymap_panes): Allocate that vector.
	(single_keymap_panes): Fill in that vector.
	(xmenu_show): Return a list of events, not just one event.

	* keyboard.c (read_char_menu_prompt): Expect Fx_popup_menu
	to return a list of events.  Don't lose any of them.

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_mouse_event, Fx_mouse_events): Code deleted.
	* window.c (Vmouse_event): Var deleted.
	(syms_of_window): Don't make it a Lisp var.

	* keyboard.c (read_avail_input, Fset_input_mode): Make
	meta_key a three-value variable to support 8-bit input.

1993-05-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile [__GNUC__ && __GNUC__ > 1] (LIB_GCC): Set this even if
	LINKER is #defined.

	* ymakefile ($(OLDXMENU)): Remove the link before we re-create it;
	not all versions of ln have the `-f' flag.  Use the LN_S variable,
	inherited from src/Makefile.

	* (LN_S): New variable, edited by top Makefile.
	(SUBMAKEFILE): New variable, containing all flags to pass to
	recursive makes.

	* Adjust this for use by autoconf's AC_CONFIG_HEADER,
	instead of AC_OUTPUT.

	* xfaces.c (get_display_face): Use face_eql instead of writing it out.

1993-05-06  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Fwhere_is_internal): If FIRSTONLY is non-nil, avoid
	returning a non-ascii key sequence unless FIRSTONLY is the symbol

	* Remove mention of GLYPH datatype; that shouldn't be
	a user option.
	* lisp.h (GLYPH, MAKE_GLYPH, GLYPH_CHAR, GLYPH_FACE): New macros.

1993-05-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfns.c (x_get_arg): Call Fintern, not intern.

	* systime.h [SCO]: Include time.h.
	* s/sco4.h: New file.

	* ymakefile (LIBXMENU): Delete -loldX.

	* emacs.c (main): Handle -display like -d.

1993-05-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/template.h: Explain the relative significance of the SIGIO and

	* ymakefile (buffer.o, insdel.o): Note that these files also
	depend on blockinput.h.

	* blockinput.h (UNBLOCK_INPUT): We cannot assume that SIGIO is
	defined everywhere this file is #included; merge the two
	definitions for defined (SIGIO) and ! defined (SIGIO) into one,
	which calls reinvoke_input_signal if interrupt_input_pending is
	* keyboard.c (reinvoke_input_signal): New function.

1993-05-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fdisplay_buffer): Add space to prompt.

1993-05-04  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Doc fix for

	(CHAR_META): Shift these all up one bit, back to where they were.

1993-05-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Fdefine_prefix_command): Doc fix.

	* ymakefile (C_DEBUG_SWITCH): Undo April 10 change.

1993-05-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Fsuspend_emacs): Doc fix.

1993-04-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* data.c (Ffset): Refuse to set the function value of t or nil.

1993-04-29  Jim Blandy  (

	Implement extra_keyboard_modifiers properly.
	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Doc fix for
	extra-keyboard-modifiers; use the same modifier bits as we do for
	(read_char): Apply all the modifiers in extra_keyboard_modifiers
	to the input characters, so you can get hyper, super, and the rest
	of the gang.
	* xterm.c (x_emacs_to_x_modifiers): New function.
	(x_convert_modifiers): Renamed to x_x_to_emacs_modifiers, for
	consistency.  Callers changed.
	(XTread_socket): Apply x_emacs_to_x_modifiers to
	extra_keyboard_modifiers before setting the state member of the
	event; this will get all the modifiers on ASCII characters.

	* xterm.c (x_text_icon): Don't call XSetIconName; it should be
	unnecessary, and perhaps it's killing the icon pixmap.

	* lisp.h (CHAR_ALT, CHAR_SUPER, CHAR_HYPER): New constants, in
	case we need them.
	* termhooks.h (alt_modifier, super_modifier, hyper_modifier)
	(shift_modifier, ctrl_modifier, meta_modifier): Define these in
	terms of the CHAR_mumble macros, to avoid having the same thing
	defined in two places.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Don't generate switch-frame
	events if they'd only switch to the frame already selected.  This
	avoids lots of extra switch-frame events when using a separate

1993-04-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Fthis_command_keys): Doc fix.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Move the status_notify
	call before the set_waiting_for_input call.

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Undo last change--too risky for now.

	* data.c (Fdefine_function): New function (same code as Fdefalias).

1993-04-28  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* eval.c (do_autoload): Fixed the bug in the autoload-saving code.

1993-04-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (Fcurrent_input_mode): New function.

1993-04-27  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* eval.c (un_autoload): Don't try to save old autoload forms when
	we load something in.  Something about the code now conditioned
	out by UNLOAD was screwing up ordinary autoloads, notably of
	picture.el.  When I figure out what, I'll fix and re-enable this

1993-04-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): Doc fix for buffer-display-table.

	* systime.h: Doc fix.
	(EMACS_SET_USECS): Remember that a `usec' is a microsecond, not a
	millisecond.  What's three orders of magnitude between friends?
	* dispnew.c (Fsit_for, Fsleep_for): Remember to multiply the
	`milliseconds' argument by 1000 to get microseconds.

1993-04-26  Roland McGrath  (

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name):
	Don't remove trailing / from NEWDIR if just "/".

1993-04-26  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/ibmps2-aix.h, m/ibmrs6000.h, m/ibmrt-aix.h, m/mips.h,
	* m/sps7.h, s/hpux.h, s/usg5-4.h (HAVE_DUP2): Removed; derived by
	configure script.
	* s/hpux.h, s/irix3-3.h, s/aix3-1.h (HAVE_GETHOSTNAME): Removed;
	derived by configure script.

	Arrange for Fy_or_n_p to put off switch-frame events.
	* lread.c (read_filtered_char): New function, which contains the
	code which used to be in Fread_char, Fread_event, and
	Fread_char_exclusive; there was a lot of common code.
	(Fread_char, Fread_event, Fread_char_exclusive): Rewrite in terms
	of read_filtered_char.
	* lisp.h (read_filtered_char): Declare this extern here.
	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): Call read_filtered_char, arranging to delay
	switch-frame events.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Let the `modifiers' variable in
	the code which deals with KEY being unbound be an int, not a

	* (getenv): Don't test THIS_IS_YMAKEFILE to see if we
	should exclude the getenv declaration; instead, test NOT_C_CODE.
	Per suggestion from Francesco Potorti`.
	* ymakefile (NOT_C_CODE): Define this; it's true, and useful.

	* dispnew.c (Fsleep_for, Fsit_for): Allow SECONDS to be a
	floating point value.

1993-04-26  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* sysdep.c (read_pending_input):
	Fix the garbaged-modifiers bug under System Vs previous
	to r4.

1993-04-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* systty.h (EMACS_GET_TTY, EMACS_SET_TTY): Move these into
	functions in sysdep.c.
	* sysdep.c (emacs_get_tty, emacs_set_tty): Here they are.

	* sysdep.c (emacs_set_tty): Call tcsetattr over and over again
	until it does all of what we ask it to, or returns an error.

	* search.c (Freplace_match): Arrange for markers sitting at the
	beginning or end of the original text to float to the
	corresponding position in the replacement text.

1993-04-25  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* window.c (Fset-window-buffer):
	Set horizontal-scrolling on a window to zero when
	we connect it to a new buffer.

	* buffer.c: Doc fix.

1993-04-24  Jim Blandy  (

	Make the modifier manipulation functions more robust.  The old way
	caused a bug once, and probably would again.
	* termhooks.h (alt_modifier, super_modifier, hyper_modifier)
	(shift_modifier, ctrl_modifier, meta_modifier): Shift these all
	down one bit in value, to avoid sign extension problems.
	* lisp.h (CHAR_META, CHAR_CTL, CHAR_SHIFT): Fix these definitions too.
	* keyboard.c (lispy_modifier_list): Ignore modifier bits beyond
	what our table of modifier names can handle.
	(apply_modifiers): Don't abort if you see extra modifier bits,
	just remove them.

1993-04-23  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* data.c (Fdefine_function):
	Changed name back to Fdefalias, so we get things
	in a known-good state.

	New macros to test whether a region
	restriction has narrowed the buffer.

1993-04-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* systime.h: Comment fixes.

	* data.c (Fdefine_function): New function.

	* lisp.h (LOADHIST_ATTACH): New macro.
	(Vcurrent_load_list, Vload_history): Vars declared.

	* eval.c (defun, defmacro, defvar, defconst):
	Attach symbol argument to the list of globals for the input source.
	(do_autoload): Save the old autoloads, in case we ever unload.

	* fns.c (provide, require): Put appropriately-marked
	conses in the current-globals list.

	* lread.c (readevalloop):
	New argument is the source file name (or nil if none).
	All calls changed.  Do the two-step
	necessary to call build_load_history with the correct current-globals
	list for the current recursion.
	(build_load_history): New function.
	(eval_region, eval_buffer): Call readevalloop with new arg.
	(load_history): New variable.

1993-04-16  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* lread.c (readevalloop): New argument is the source file name (or
	nil if none).  All calls changed.  Do the two-step
	necessary to call build_load_history with the correct current-globals
	list for the current recursion.
	(build_load_history): New function.
	(Feval_region, Feval_buffer): Call readevalloop with new arg.
	(Vload_history): New variable.

	* fns.c (Fprovide, Frequire): Put appropriately-marked
	conses in the current-globals list.

	* eval.c (Fdefun, Fdefmacro, Fdefvar, Fdefconst):
	Attach symbol argument to the list of globals for the input source.
	(do_autoload): Save the old autoloads, in case we ever unload.

	* data.c (Fdefine_function): New function.

1993-04-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Fmake_symbolic_link): If a file already exists under
	the link's filename, delete the file which the link
	would replace, not the file the link would point at.

	* (volatile): Don't define this to be the empty string
	if some file has #defined HAVE_VOLATILE.

	* emacs.c (SEPCHAR): Instead of defining this to be ',' on VMS and
	':' elsewhere, just have it default to ':' if not #defined, and
	#define it to be ',' in s/vms.h; OS/2 will need it to be ';'.
	* s/vms.h (SEPCHAR): #define this to be ','.
	* s/template.h (SEPCHAR): Mention this.

1993-04-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/vms.h (xfree): #define this to emacs_xfree, to avoid case
	conflict with XFree; on VMS, external symbols are case-insensitive.

	* s/usg5-4.h (HAVE_GETTIMEOFDAY): Deleted; ../configure figures
	that out now.

	Changes for Emacs 19 from Thorsten Ohl <>:
	* s/mach2.h: Copied from the Emacs 18.59 distribution.
	Don't define NO_REMAP, define START_FILES as
	`pre-crt0.o' instead.  Define LIB_MATH as `-lm', to override the
	default `-lm -lc' (there is no libc on the NeXT).
	* ymakefile (STARTFILES): Allow config.h to set this value even if
	ORDINARY_LINK is defined.
	* unexnext.c: Fix subdirectories for the machine dependent include
	files for NeXTStep 3.0; #include <mach/mach.h> and
	<mach-o/loader.h> instead of <mach.h> and <sys/loader.h>.
	(getsectbyname): Remove prototype for this; the system #include
	files take care of that.
	(malloc_cookie): New variable.
	(unexec_doit): Set malloc_cookie to the result returned by
	* emacs.c (main): Declare malloc_cookie to be extern, so that we can
	get the value set when we dumped and pass it to malloc_jumpstart.
	* systime.h: The NeXT has a timezone function.

1993-04-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile ($(OLDXMENU)): Remove $(OLDXMENU) before trying to
	link in a new version.

	* lisp.h (Qrange_error, Qdomain_error, Qsingularity_error)
	(Qoverflow_error, Qunderflow_error): Add extern to these declarations.

1993-04-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfaces.c: Don't include Xmu/Drawing.h.

1993-04-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* (xmakefile): Recognize the -O option with a numeric
	optimization level.

	* ymakefile (C_DEBUG_SWITCH): If we're using version 2 of GCC or
	higher, use -O99 instead of plain -O.

1993-04-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Rebuild menu bar if
	update_mode_lines is set.

	long_to_cons and cons_to_long are generally useful things; they're
	needed whether or not X is defined.
	* xselect.c (long_to_cons, cons_to_long): Moved from here...
	* data.c (long_to_cons, cons_to_long): ... to here.
	* lisp.h (long_to_cons, cons_to_long): Add extern declaration.

	* xmenu.c (Qmenu_enable): Definition moved...
	(syms_of_xmenu): ... along with initialization ...
	* keyboard.c (Qmenu_enable): ... to here ...
	(syms_of_keyboard): ... and here.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): If we get a selection clear
	or selection request event, but we were compiled without the
	window-system-specific code to handle it, abort.  Don't try to
	call a function which doesn't exist.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): In the code which processes mouse
	clicks, declare f to be a FRAME_PTR, not a struct frame *; this
	works when MULTI_FRAME is not #defined.

	* xfaces.c (sort_overlays): Define this to be static, as declared.

	* callproc.c (relocate_fd): Make messages string literals, not
	initialized arrays.

	* alloc.c (__malloc_hook, __realloc_hook, __free_hook): Declare
	these extern, not static.  (!)

	* alloc.c (__malloc_hook, old_malloc_hook, __realloc_hook)
	(old_realloc_hook): Declare that the functions these point to return
	void *, not void.

	Adjust for autoconf merger.
	* Add extra line to top, in case autoconf gets fixed
	and decides not to add Makefile-style comments to the top of the
	files it generates which we are forced to lop off.
	Indicate that the boolean macros here get their definitions via
	the DEFS Makefile variable.
	Adjust the operating system and machine #includes to use
	autoload's @cookies@.
	(RETSIGTYPE): Give this a default value.
	(SIGTYPE): Set this from RETSIGTYPE.
	(LD_SWITCH_X_SITE, C_SWITCH_X_SITE): Get values via @cookies@.
	* (DEFS): Renamed from CONFIG_CFLAGS.
	(xmakefile): Pass CFLAGS to ${CPP}.

	* buffer.c (Fmake_overlay, Fmove_overlay): New optional BUFFER
	(recenter_overlay_lists): New argument BUF, to use instead of the
	current buffer.
	(Foverlay_recenter): Pass the appropriate arguments to

	* buffer.c (Fdelete_overlay): Don't assume that overlay is in the
	current buffer.  Don't forget to declare the argument a Lisp_Object.

	* dispnew.c (getenv): Extern declaration deleted; this is done in

	* (tagsfiles): Remove external-lisp from this list of
	files; we're not distributing it, so the normal build process
	shouldn't depend on it.

	* dispnew.c (init_display): Compare the return value of getenv to
	zero before setting display_arg, instead of just using the pointer
	as a truth value.

1993-04-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (message, message1): If noninteractive and
	cursor_in_echo_area, don't print a newline at end of message.

	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): Echo the answer just once, at exit.

	* keyboard.c (echo_dash): Do nothing if echoptr is 0.

	* buffer.c (Fkill_all_local_variables): Store each var's current value
	in the buffer's alist entry, before reverting to the default value.

1993-04-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (apply_modifiers): Fix typo in sanity check.

	* keyboard.c (interrupt_input_blocked, interrupt_input_pending):
	Remove `extern' keywords - these are the definitions.

1993-04-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* blockinput.h (UNBLOCK_INPUT): Fix typo.
	(interrupt_input_blocked): Make this signed int.

	* search.c (search_buffer): Fix typo in previous change.

	* insdel.c, buffer.c: Include blockinput.h.

	* xterm.c: Fix typo in comment delimiter.

1993-04-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/imbrs6000.h: If we're using GCC, define ORDINARY_LINK instead
	of defining LINKER to use cc.
	* s/aix3-1.h (LINKER): Don't use cc for linking command if we're
	using GCC.
	* s/aix3-2.h (SYSTEM_MALLOC): Undefine this.

	* xterm.c (updating_frame): Declare this extern instead of static,
	so it's the same variable as the updating_frame in term.c.
	(XTupdate_begin, XTupdate_end): Don't bother to set
	updating_frame; the term.c functions take care of that for us.

1993-04-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/vms.h (EXEC_SUFFIXES): Add definition for this.

1993-03-31  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfaces.c: Doc fixes.

	Put interrupt input blocking in a separate file from xterm.h.
	This isn't specific to X, and it allows us to avoid #including
	xterm.h in files that don't really have anything to do with X.
	* blockinput.h: New file.
	(UNBLOCK_INPUT_RESIGNAL): These are now in blockinput.h.
	(x_input_blocked, x_pending_input): Deleted; there are analogs
	in blockinput.h called interrupt_input_blocked and
	* keyboard.c (interrupt_input_blocked, interrupt_input_pending):
	New variables, used by the macros in blockinput.h.
	* xterm.c: #include blockinput.h.
	(x_input_blocked, x_pending_input): Deleted.
	(XTread_socket): Test and set interrupt_input_blocked and
	interrupt_input_pending instead of the old variables.
	* alloc.c, xfaces.c, xfns.c, xmenu.c, xselect.c, keymap.c:
	#include blockinput.h.
	* eval.c: #include blockinput.h instead of xterm.h.
	* keyboard.c: #include blockinput.h.
	(input_poll_signal): Just test
	interrupt_input_blocked, instead of testing HAVE_X_WINDOWS and

	Block the processing of interrupt input while we're manipulating the
	malloc heap.
	* alloc.c (xfree): New function, to make it easy to free things safely.
	(xmalloc, xrealloc): Block X input while doing the deed.
	(VALIDATE_LISP_STORAGE, gc_sweep, compact_strings): Use xfree
	instead of free.
	(uninterrupt_malloc): New function, to install input-blocking
	hooks into the GNU malloc routines.
	* emacs.c [not SYSTEM_MALLOC] (main): Call uninterrupt_malloc
	on startup.
	* alloc.c (make_interval, make_float, Fcons, Fmake_vector)
	(Fmake_symbol, Fmake_marker, make_uninit_string, Fgarbage_collect):
	Use xmalloc instead of malloc; don't bother to check if out of
	memory here.
	(Fgarbage_collect): Call xrealloc instead of realloc.
	* buffer.c: Use xmalloc and xfree instead of malloc and free;
	don't bother to check if out of memory here.
	(Fget_buffer_create): Put BLOCK_INPUT/UNBLOCK_INPUT pair around
	calls to ralloc routines.
	* insdel.c: Same.
	* lisp.h (xfree): New extern declaration.
	* xfaces.c (xfree): Don't #define this to be free; use the
	definition in alloc.c.
	* dispnew.c, doc.c, doprnt.c, fileio.c, lread.c, term.c, xfns.c,
	* xmenu.c, xterm.c: Use xfree instead of free.
	* hftctl.c: Use xfree and xmalloc instead of free and malloc.
	* keymap.c (current_minor_maps): BLOCK_INPUT while calling realloc
	and malloc.
	* search.c: Since the regexp routines can malloc, BLOCK_INPUT
	while runing them.  #include blockinput.h.
	* sysdep.c: #include blockinput.h.  Call xfree and xmalloc instead
	of free and malloc.  BLOCK_INPUT around routines which we know
	will call malloc.

	* ymakefile (keyboard.o, keymap.o, search.o, sysdep.o, xfaces.o)
	(xfns.o, xmenu.o, xterm.o, xselect.o, alloc.o, eval.o): Note that
	these depend on blockinput.h.

	* keyboard.c (parse_modifiers, apply_modifiers): Make sure we're
	not trying to create modifier masks using integers which are
	unrepresentable as lisp values.

1993-03-30  Jim Blandy  (

	New macros NULL_DEVICE and EXEC_SUFFIXES, to give the name of the
	equivalent of /dev/null, and the suffixes used by executable
	files.  This is simple, and helps people porting Emacs to other
	operating systems.
	* process.h (NULL_DEVICE): Give this a default value.
	* process.c (Fstart_process): Pass EXEC_SUFFIXES to openp.
	(Fprocess_send_eof): Use NULL_DEVICE instead of "/dev/null".
	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Pass EXEC_SUFFIXES to openp.
	Use NULL_DEVICE instead of "/dev/null".
	* s/vms.h (NULL_DEVICE): #define this.

	Rename int-to-string to number-to-string, since it can handle
	floating-point as well as integer arguments.  subr.el defines the
	former as an alias for the latter.
	* data.c (Fnumber_to_string): Renamed from Fint_to_string.
	(wrong_type_argument): Adjust caller.
	(syms_of_data): Adjust defsubr.
	* fns.c (concat): Adjust caller.
	* lisp.h (Fnumber_to_string): Adjust extern declaration.
	* mocklisp.c (Finsert_string): Adjust caller.
	* process.c (status_message): Adjust caller.

1993-03-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* systty.h [NO_PTY_H]: Don't include pty.h.

	* m/delta88k.h [USG5_4]: Alternate defining of LIBS_SYSTEM,
	(NO_PTY_H): Defined.

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): Don't fail to set visit_file.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Clear force_start of selected_window
	after reading each key sequence.
	(read_char): Clear Vquit_flag when we return C-g for it.

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Default DEFALT at beginning,
	before expanding it.  But avoid unneeded or infinite recursive expand.

1993-03-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Fchar_equal): Don't ignore high bits of character.

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): Set visit_file after expanding file arg.
	Also expand VISIT arg if specified.

	* frame.c (make_frame): Init face_alist field.

1993-03-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* xselect.c (SELECTION_QUANTUM): Don't use XMaxRequestSize on R3;
	access the display structure directly.

1993-03-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (xfns.o): Depend on buffer.h.

	* buffer.h (struct buffer): Field `fieldlist' deleted.

	* search.c (Freplace_match): Clean up criterion about converting case.
	If old text has any capitalized words, capitalize new text.

	* xfaces.c: New file.

	* ymakefile (XOBJ): Add xfaces.o.
	(xfaces.o): New target.
	* emacs.c (main): Call syms_of_xfaces.

	(searchbuf): Decl deleted--doesn't belong here.
	Delete include of regex.h for VMS.
	* dired.c (searchbuf): Declare here.

	* frame.h (struct frame): New field face_alist.
	* alloc.c (mark_object): Mark face_alist of a frame.

	* ymakefile (xselect.o): Depend on dispextern.h.

	(FRAME_MODE_LINE_FACE): New macros.
	(struct x_display): New fields faces, n_faces.

	* dispextern.h (struct face): New fields pixmap_h, pixmap_w.
	Field `font' is now a pointer.

	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): Ensure cursor_in_echo_area = 0 when quit.

1993-03-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (getenv): Add extern declaration.

	* ymakefile (really-oldXMenu): Pass C_SWITCH_SITE and
	C_SWITCH_SYSTEM to the inferior make as separate flags, instead of
	passing just C_SWITCH_SITE as CFLAGS.

	* keymap.c (Fkeymapp): Doc fix.

	* xterm.h (x_focus_frame): Add extern keyword to declaration.

	* xterm.c [VMS]: Don't #include <sys/termio.h> and <string.h>.
	* xfns.c [VMS]: Get the gray_bits from [.bitmaps]gray.xbm.
	* process.c [VMS] (DCL_PROMPT): Remove hack.
	(WCOREDUMP, WTERMSIG): New dummy definitions.
	(deactivate_process): Add missing semicolon.
	* dispnew.c (init_display): Get display name from environment
	properly on VMS as well as Unix.

1993-03-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c (init_buffer_once, reset_buffer):
	Delete last vestige of fieldlist slot.
	(Fregion_fields): Finally deleted.

	* keymap.c (push_key_description): Ignore bits above meta_modifier.

1993-03-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c (overlays_at, recenter_overlay_lists): New functions.
	(Fmake_overlay, Fdelete_overlay, Foverlay_get, Foverlay_put): Likewise.
	(Fmove_overlay, Foverlays_at, Fnext_overlay_change): Likewise.
	(Foverlay_lists, Foverlay_recenter): Likewise.

	* buffer.h (struct buffer): New fields overlay_center,
	overlays_before, overlays_after.

1993-03-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* (HAVE_XFREE386): New flag, set by configure script.
	If it's set, #define LIBX11_SYSTEM and HAVE_RANDOM as appropriate
	for XFree386.
	* sysdep.c (random, srandom): Don't define these if HAVE_RANDOM is

	* ymakefile (C_SWITCH_X_SITE, LD_SWITCH_X_SITE): Provide default
	values.  Include C_SWITCH_X_SITE in CFLAGS, include
	LD_SWITCH_X_SITE in LIBX, and pass C_SWITCH_X_SITE to the make
	which builds the X Menu library.

1993-03-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_parse_geometry): Renamed from Fx_geometry.
	(Fx_color_defined_p): Renamed from Fx_defined_color.
	(syms_of_xfns): Adjusted.

1993-03-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* indent.c (current_column, Findent_to, position_indentation):
	(Fmove_to_column, compute_motion): Allow tab_width up to 1000.

	* xdisp.c (display_string, display_text_line):
	Allow tab_width up to 1000.

	* keyboard.c (Fsuspend_emacs):
	Change suspend-hooks back to suspend-hook and make it a normal hook.

	* s/dgux.h: Decide automatically whether to use COFF or ELF.

1993-03-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): Handle `recenter' response type.


1993-03-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* frame.c (Fhandle_switch_frame): Renamed from Fselect_frame.
	Doc changed in anticipation of new purpose.
	(Fselect_frame): Just call Fhandle_switch_frame for now.

1993-03-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (decode_mode_spec): Handle `%l'.
	(display_count_lines): New function.
	(redisplay_window): Update base_line_number and base_line_pos fields.
	Always update mode line if it's an integer.
	* window.h (struct window):
	New fields base_line_number and base_line_pos.

	* window.c (Fselect_window): Use Fhandle_switch_frame.
	(Fset_window_configuration): Likewise.

1993-03-20  Jim Blandy  (

	Use the `visiblity' parameter to determine the initial state of
	the frame, instead of the `iconic-startup' and
	`suppress-initial-map' parameters.
	* xfns.c (x_icon): Test the Qvisibility parameter against Qicon,
	instead of the Qiconic_startup against Qt.
	(x_create_frame): Test Qvisibility against Qnil and
	Qicon, instead of testing Qsuppress_initial_map and Qvisibility.
	(Qicon): New symbol.
	(Qiconic_startup, Qsuppress_initial_map): Removed.
	(syms_of_xfns): Adjusted appropriately.

	* xfns.c (x_set_visibility): Instead of interpreting only Qt as
	`make the frame visible' and everything else as `iconify the
	frame', interpret Qicon as `iconify the frame' and everything else
	as `make the frame visible.'

	* xfns.c (x_get_arg): When the type of the resource is `symbol',
	return `true' and `on' as Qt, and `false' and `off' as Qnil.

1993-03-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c (init_cmdargs): Fix simple bug in previous change.

1993-03-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (Fsleep_for): Make this take two arguments SECONDS and
	MILLISECONDS, which add, rather than a second argument which says
	"treat the first argument as milliseconds."
	(Fsit_for): Same thing.
	(Fsleep_for_milliseconds): Deleted; this can be done with Fsleep_for.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Doc fix.

	* systime.h (EMACS_HAS_USECS): #define this if HAVE_TIMEVAL is

	* dispnew.c (sit_for): Doc fix.

	* sysdep.c (reset_sys_modes): Fix usage of EMACS_SET_TTY.

	* callproc.c (child_setup): Make sure that in, out, and err are
	not less than three.
	(relocate_fd): New function.

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): If the X connection is already in file
	descriptor zero, don't dup it and close the old one.

	* s/hpux8.h, s/sunos4-1.h (OLDXMENU_OPTIONS): Define this, as in
	Emacs 18.

	* xfns.c (Fx_open_connection): If we have X11R5, use
	XrmSetDatabase to set the display's database.  In older versions,
	just store the value into x_current_display->db.
	* xterm.h (HAVE_X11R5): Define this where appropriate.

	* frame.c (Fraise_frame, Flower_frame): Renamed from
	Fframe_to_front and Fframe_to_back.
	(syms_of_frame): Adjusted appropriately.

	* fileio.c (HAVE_FSYNC): Define, if appropriate.
	(Fwrite_region): Use HAVE_FSYNC.
	* s-aix3-2.h (HAVE_FSYNC): Define.

	* emacs.c (Finvocation_name): New function.
	(Vinvocation_name): New variable.
	(init_cmdargs): Set it.
	(syms_of_emacs): defsubr Finvocation_name, staticpro and
	initialize Vinvocation_name.
	* lisp.h (Vinvocation_name): New extern declaration.
	* xterm.c (invocation_name): Variable deleted; use
	Vinvocation_name now.
	(x_text_icon, x_term_init): Use Vinvocation_name now instead of
	(x_term_init): Don't initialize invocation_name.
	(syms_of_xterm): Don't initialize or staticpro invocation_name.
	* xfns.c (invocation_name): Remove extern declaration for this.
	[HAVE_X11] (Fx_get_resource): Use Vinvocation_name now instead of
	[not HAVE_X11] (Fx_get_default): Same.

1993-03-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_display_color_p): Renamed from Fx_color_display_p.
	(syms_of_xfns): Use new name in defsubr.

1993-03-19  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* (unlock, relock): New productions to assist with
	version control.

1993-03-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fvisited_file_modtime): New function.
	(Fset_visited_file_modtime): Accept an argument specifying time value.
	If arg is nil, really use the filename handler.

	* xselect.c (cons_to_long, long_to_cons): No longer static.

1993-03-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* frame.h (FOR_EACH_FRAME): Change the definition so that
	FRAME_VAR is a lisp object.
	* dispnew.c (WINDOW_CHANGE_SIGNAL, do_pending_window_change):
	Adjusted appropriately.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Adjusted appropriately.

	* dispnew.c (Fredraw_frame): Give this appropriate definitions for
	MULTI_FRAME and non-MULTI_FRAME configurations.
	(Fredraw_display): Give this a non-MULTI_FRAME-dependent definition.

1993-03-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* lisp.h (CHECK_LIVE_WINDOW): Use Qlive_window_p.

	* xfns.c (x_screen): Make this var file scope.
	(Fx_server_version): Use Fcons, not list3.

1993-03-17  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* xterm.c (term_get_fkeys): Less klugey version of the last fix.

	* (versionclean): New production nukes binaries and
	DOC files, forcing a re-load, re-dump and re-makedoc.

1993-03-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c: Doc fix.

1993-03-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_display_box_cursor, x_display_bar_cursor): Don't
	display the cursor on garbaged frames.

1993-03-17  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* term.c (term_get_fkeys) Supply second args for all tgetstr calls.

1993-03-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (Fprocess_send_eof): Make sure proc is running.

	* s/irix4-0.h (_getpty): Declare this, not _get_pty.

1993-03-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_server_vendor, Fx_server_version, Fx_display_pixel_width)
	(Fx_display_pixel_height, Fx_display_mm_width, Fx_display_mm_height)
	(Fx_display_screens, Fx_display_planes, Fx_display_color_cells)
	(Fx_display_visual_class, Fx_display_backing_store)
	(Fx_display_save_under): New functions.
	(x_screen_count, Vx_vendor, x_release, x_screen_height_mm)
	(x_screen_width_mm, Vx_backing_store, x_save_under, Vx_screen_visual)
	(x_visual_strings): Vars deleted.
	(Fx_open_connection): Don't init those vars.
	(syms_of_xfns): Set up new functions.
	Don't set up those vars as Lisp vars.
	Nor x-screen-width and x-screen-height.

1993-03-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* cmds.c (overwrite_binary_mode): Deleted; this implements the
	wrong feature.
	(Qoverwrite_mode_binary): New variable.
	(internal_self_insert): If current_buffer->overwrite_mode is
	`overwrite-mode-binary', do as overwrite_binary_mode used to.
	(syms_of_cmds): Remove defvar of overwrite_binary_mode; initialize
	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): Doc fix for overwrite_mode.
	* buffer.h (struct buffer): Doc fix.

	Rename `live-window-p' to `window-live-p', for consistency with
	* window.c (Fwindow_live_p): Renamed from Flive_window_p.
	* lisp.h (CHECK_LIVE_WINDOW): Change to use Qwindow_live_p.
	(Qwindow_live_p): Extern declaration renamed fom Qlive_window_p.

1993-03-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* xmenu.c (xmenu_show): Do BLOCK_INPUT; unblock just before returning.

	* xterm.h [SIGIO] (UNBLOCK_INPUT): Resignal if x_pending_input.

1993-03-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* frame.c (Fframe_height, Fframe_width): Fix doc strings to match
	those of the multi-frame versions in frame.el.  Accept an optional
	argument FRAME, also for consistency.

	* floatfns.c (logb): Add extern declaration for this.

	* floatfns.c (Flogb): Under SYSV, implement this using frexp.

1993-03-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (dispnew.o): Depend on termhooks.h.

	* xmenu.c (list_of_items): Allow strings among the alist items;
	they make nonselectable lines.

1993-03-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* dired.c (Fdirectory_files): Recompile MATCH (if specified) after
	expanding the file name and all; those might compile regexp of
	their own, and change searchbuf.

	* keyboard.h (internal_last_event_frame): This should be extern,

	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): Display the answer.

	Some VMS changes from Richard Levitte <>:
	* [VMS] systime.h: Include vmstime.h.  VMS has the timezone
	variable and the tzname array.
	* s/vms.h: VMS does have select.
	mth$dmod is the same as Unix's drem.
	Use the time functions in vmstime.c.
	No need to rename the malloc routines if we're using GNU malloc.
	PURESIZE needs to be 330000.
	* vmstime.c, vmstime.h: New files.
	* systty.h: Don't try to initialize extern declarations under VAX C.
	* sysdep.c [VMS] (init_sys_modes): Don't allocate process_ef.
	[VMS] (queue_kbd_input): Build events structure correctly.
	[VMS] (gethostname): New function.
	[VMS] (getwd): Don't get the PATH environment variable; that's
	dumb.  Call getcwd.

1993-03-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (display_menu_bar): Assume FRAME_MENU_BAR_ITEMS already set.
	Fill out line with spaces.
	Put explicit spaces between items.
	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Set FRAME_MENU_BAR_ITEMS here.

	* window.c (Fdelete_other_windows): Handle FRAME_MENU_BAR_LINES.

	* keyboard.c (menu_bar_items): Reverse the list when done.

	* xmenu.c (single_keymap_panes): When storing in ENABLES,
	check def before enabled.

	* ymakefile (really-oldXMenu): Renamed from ${oldXMenudir}$(OLDXMENU).
	Add @true.
	($(OLDXMENU)): Depend on really-oldXMenu.
	The idea is to make sure libXMenu11.a is always updated if nec.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Typo calling Qrecompute_lucid_menubar.
	(read_key_sequence): Likewise.  Also fix call to Vrun_hooks.

1993-03-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile (YMF_PASS_LDFLAGS): Doc fix.

1993-03-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* print.c (PRINTPREPARE): Handle marker that points nowhere.

	* apollo.h (NO_X_DESTROY_DATABASE): Defined.

	* undo.c (record_property_change, record_delete, record_insert):
	Don't make boundary or touch last_undo_buffer if cur buf has no undo.

	* ymakefile [__GNUC__ > 1]: Delete the conditional for GCC 2.4.
	[__GNUC__ > 1] (LIB_GCC): Use -print-libgcc-file-name to find libgcc.a.
	(YMF_FIND_LIBGCC_A): Definitions and uses deleted.

1993-03-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/usg5-4.h: Remove extraneous text after #undef LIB_X11_LIB.

1993-03-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* xterm.c (Xatom_wm_change_state): Define here.
	* xfns.c (Xatom_wm_change_state): Just declare.
	(Xatom_emacs_selection, Xatom_clipboard, Xatom_clipboard_selection):
	(Xatom_wm_change_state, Xatom_incremental, Xatom_multiple):
	(Xatom_targets, Xatom_timestamp, Xatom_delete, Xatom_insert_selection):
	(Xatom_pair, Xatom_insert_property, Xatom_text): Decls deleted.
	(x_begin_selection_own): Decls deleted.
	(Fx_open_connection): Set up only the wm atoms here.
	Call Xatoms_of_xselect.

	* dispnew.c: Include termhooks.h.

	* frame.h (FRAMEP): Macro deleted.

	* xselect.c: Total rewrite, derived from Lucid's version.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Handle selection_clear_event
	and selection_request_event events.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Handle NEW_SELECTIONS alternative:
	queue events for SelectionRequest and SelectionClear;
	call functions for SelectionNotify and PropertyNotify.

	* termhooks.h (selection_request_event, selection_clear_event):
	New event kinds.

	* xterm.h (SELECTION_EVENT_DISPLAY): New macro.
	(struct selection_input_event): New structure.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): New option to wait
	till a given cons cell has a non-nil car.
	Delete vipc conditionals.

1993-03-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile (YMF_FIND_LIBGCC_A): New macro, to help GCC find
	libgcc.a even when -nostdlib is in effect.  Define it to be the
	empty string if nobody else establishes a value for it.
	(temacs): Include it in the list of flags passed to the linker.

	* ymakefile (LINKER): If we have GCC 2.4 or later, use the
	-nostartfiles option instead of -nostdlib.
	(LIBGCC): Under GCC 2.4 or later, define this to be the empty string.

1993-03-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* xmenu.c (xmenu_show): New arg enable_list.
	(keymap_panes): New arg enables
	(single_keymap_panes): New arg enables.  Fill in its contents.
	(list_of_panes, list_of_items): New arg enables.  Fill in contents.
	(Fx_popup_menu): Pass enable and enable_list args.
	(single_keymap_panes): Set enable flag to -1 if cmd definition is nil.


1993-03-12  Paul Eggert  (

	* cmd.c (internal_self_insert): Check that tab_width does not
	exceed 20, to be consistent with indent.c and xdisp.c.

1993-03-12  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* term.c (CONDITIONAL_REASSIGN): Fixed reference to tigetstr.
	This should have been tgetstr, but I typoed and tigetstr happens
	to link and even do the right thing if you're on a System V box.

1993-03-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Support Vcurrent_menubar
	and Qactivate_menubar_hook.  Call Qrecompute_lucid_menubar.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Set up Vcurrent_menubar, Vprevious_lucid_menubar,
	Qactivate_menubar_hook, and Qrecompute_lucid_menubar.

	* xmenu.c (Fx_popup_menu): Allow a frame instead of a window, in arg.
	Use Fcar, Fcdr when extracting from event, to check data types.

1993-03-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* frame.h (FRAME_MENU_BAR_ITEMS): New macro (two versions).
	(struct frame): New field menu_bar_items.
	* alloc.c (mark_object): Mark the menu_bar_items field.

	* xdisp.c (display_menu_bar): New function.
	(redisplay_window): Call display_menu_bar.

	* term.c (tigetstr): Add dummy definition to make Emacs link again.

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Set up Qmenu_bar.
	(menu_bar_items): New function.
	(menu_bar_one_keymap, menu_bar_item): New functions.
	(make_lispy_event): Handle menu bar events.
	(read_key_sequence): Make dummy prefix `menu-bar' for menu bar events.

1993-03-11  Eric S. Raymond  (

	* term.c (fkey_table): Added many more keycap cookies to the
	fkey_table; it now supports the full intersection of the set of X
	keysyms and terminfo capabilities.  See my lisp directory
	ChangeLog entry for this date, and lisp/term/README, for details.

1993-03-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* floatfns.c (Flogb): Fix use of IN_FLOAT.
	Fix arg names.  Don't confuse Lisp_Object with integer.

1993-03-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (process_send_signal): In the TERMIOS code for sending
	control characters to processes, don't try to return Qnil; just

1993-03-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (change_frame_size): Handle FRAME_MENU_BAR_LINES.

	* frame.c (Fframe_parameters): Report menu-bar-lines parm.
	(syms_of_frame): Set up Qmenu_bar_lines.

	* frame.h (FRAME_MENU_BAR_LINES): New macro.
	(struct frame): New field menu_bar_lines.

	* xfns.c (x_frame_parms): Add elts for visibility and menu-bar-lines.
	(enum x_frame_parm): Likewise.
	(x_set_menu_bar_lines, x_set_menu_bar_lines_1): New functions.
	(x_set_visibility): New function.
	(Fx_create_frame): Handle menu-bar-lines parm.
	(x_report_frame_params): Report Qvisibility.
	(syms_of_xfns): Set up Qvisibility.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Typo in last change.

	* xmenu.c (syms_of_xmenu): Set up Qmenu_enable.
	(single_keymap_panes): Test menu-enable property of symbol
	to decide whether to include it in the menu.

1993-03-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Adjust to the fact that display
	tables are now vectors of vectors, not vectors of strings.

1993-03-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* floatfns.c (Flogb): Undo the change of Feb 22.

	* ymakefile (OLDXMENU): Don't assume that we have symbolic links
	available; use `ln -f' instead of `ln -s'.

	* xterm.c (x_find_modifier_meanings): XDisplayKeycodes only
	appeared in X11R4; for earlier versions, just access the members
	of the Display directly.

	* xrdb.c (get_user_db): Since xrdb.c doesn't #include xterm.h,
	we can't test HAVE_X11R4 to see how we should get the resource
	manager string; cheat.

	* unexec.c (copy_text_and_data): Error message tweaked.

	* systime.h (timezone): Add an explicit declaration for this
	variable under USG 5-4.

	* sysdep.c (read_input_waiting): Set e.frame_or_window, not
	e.frame; the latter doesn't exist anymore.

	* sysdep.c (start_of_data): If ORDINARY_LINK is #defined, we don't
	have the data_start symbol defined, so we'll just use the address
	of environ.

	* s/usg5-4.h: Changes from Eric Raymond:
	If we're doing ordinary linking, define LIB_STANDARD appropriately.
	Give LIBS_DEBUG a null definition; usg5-4 has no -lg.
	#define LIBS_STANDARD as "-lc"; usg5-4 has no -lPW.
	#define NSIG, if it's not already defined.
	#define HAVE_TERMIOS instead of HAVE_TCATTR.
	Provide our own definition of LIB_X11_LIB.

	* s/usg5-3.h (LIBX11_SYSTEM): Eric Raymond says the libraries here
	were slightly wrong.

	* m/intel386.h (LIB_STANDARD): If USG5_4 is #defined, there's no
	need to include `-lPW'; that has been merged with `-lc'.

	* emacs.c (__do_global_ctors, __do_global_ctors_aux)
	(__do_global_dtors, __CTOR_LIST__, __DTOR_LIST__, __main): Don't
	define these if ORDINARY_LINK is #defined; in that case, the
	standard linking procedure will find definitions for these.

	* syssignal.h (sigunblock): Add definition which works under SYSVr4.
	* emacs.c (fatal_error_signal): Unblock the signal which we're
	handling using sigunblock.

1993-03-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (x_make_gc): Don't forget to block X input around the
	X calls in this function.

	* xfns.c [not HAVE_X11R4] (select_visual): It's v->visualid, not
	x->visualid.  x isn't defined.

	* m/template.h, s/template.h: Mention that `etc/MACHINES' and
	`configure' should be updated whenever support for a configuration
	is added or improved.

	* process.c [! subprocesses] (wait_reading_process_input):
	Remember to re-enable polling for input.

	* keyboard.c [POLL_FOR_INPUT] (quit_throw_to_read_char): If
	we're polling for input, abort; input polling should always be
	suppressed while we're waiting for input.

	* keyboard.c (interrupt_signal): Remove extern declaration of
	Vwindow_system; this is no longer used.

1993-03-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_string): Optional arg specifies time.

	* keymap.c (Fdefine_key): Use proper meta-bit to clear.

	* intervals.c (set_point): Check invisibility of following character,
	not previous character.

	* floatfns.c (FLOAT_CHECK_ERRNO): Define unless NO_FLOAT_CHECK_ERRNO.

	* floatfns.c: Changes from Lucid.
	(FLOAT_CHECK_DOMAIN, HAVE_RINT): New parm macros.
	[!HAVE_RINT]: Define rint as macro.
	(IN_FLOAT): Major rewrite; several alternate versions.
	(IN_FLOAT2): New macro.
	(arith_error, range_error, domain_error, domain_error2): New macros.
	(Facos, Fasin, Fatan, Fcos, Fsin, Ftan, Fexp, Fexpt, Flog): Changed.
	(Flog10, Fsqrt, Fabs, Ffloat, Flogb): Changed.
	(Ffloor, Fceiling, Fround, Ftruncate): Changed.
	(Fcube_root): Renamed from Fcbrt.
	(matherr): New function.
	(float_error): Only if FLOAT_CATCH_SIGILL.

	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): Use query-replace-map.

	* keymap.c (access_keymap): Handle ints beyond the ASCII range.
	(store_in_keymap): Likewise.
	(Faccessible_keymaps): Use meta_modifier.
	Use vectors for the key sequences.
	(Fwhere_is_internal): Use meta_modifier.
	(append_key): Always return a vector.

	* lisp.h (Qrange_error, Qdomain_error, Qsingularity_error):
	(Qoverflow_error, Qunderflow_error): New vars.

	* data.c (syms_of_data) [LISP_FLOAT_TYPE]: Define new error conditions:
	Qarith_error, Qrange_error, Qdomain_error,
	Qsingularity_error, Qoverflow_error, Qunderflow_error.

1993-03-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* systty.h: Define HAVE_TCATTR based on HAVE_TERMIOS earlier.
	(struct emacs_tty): Separate the struct decl
	from the EMACS_..._TTY... macro definitions.
	Use HAVE_TCATTR to decide whether to use `struct termios'.

	* xfns.c (Fx_pixel_width, Fx_pixel_height): Fns deleted.
	(syms_of_xfns): Don't install them.
	(x_user_set_name): Function deleted.
	(x_char_height, x_char_width): New functions.

	* frame.c (Fframe_char_height, Fframe_char_width):
	(Fframe_pixel_height, Fframe_pixel_width):
	New functions, two versions of each.
	[MULTI_FRAME] (syms_of_frame): Make them Lisp functions.
	[!MULTI_FRAME] (syms_of_frame): Likewise.  Also Fselected_frame.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket):
	Don't reverse the chars that XLookupString returns.  Use all of them.
	Save last 100 chars and keysyms in temp_buffer.

1993-03-07  Roland McGrath  (

	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): Make erase-buffer a disabled command.

1993-03-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (keyboard.o): Depend on intervals.h.
	(keymap.o): Depend on termhooks.h.

	* keyboard.c: Include intervals.h.
	(read_key_sequence): Use get_local_map.

	* textprop.c (Fget_text_property): Use textget.
	(Fnext_single_property_change): Likewise.
	(Fprevious_single_property_change): Likewise.

	* intervals.c (textget): Handle categories.
	(get_local_map): New function.
	(verify_interval_modification): Call textget correctly.

	* textprop.c (syms_of_textprop): Set up Qcategory, Qlocal_map.
	* intervals.h: Declare those vars.  Declare textget, get_local_map.

	* keymap.c: Include termhooks.h.
	(push_key_description): Handle all modifiers.
	Handle large character codes.
	(Fkey_description): Move the meta bit, if arg is string.
	(Fsingle_key_description): Don't alter integer value.
	Make tem long enough.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence):
	Use meta_modifier for meta keys when handling function_key_map.

	* lread.c (syms_of_lread): Set up Qascii_character.
	(Fread_char, Fread_char_exclusive): Use that property
	to convert symbols like tab, return, M-return,... to ASCII.

	* keyboard.c (follow_key): Downcase shift_modifier as well as ASCII.
	(command_loop_1): Run pre-command-hook and post-command-hook.
	Set this_command before running pre-command-hook.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Set up vars for those hooks.

	* buffer.c (reset_buffer_local_variables): Reset mark_active.
	(syms_of_buffer): New buffer-local var `mark-active'.
	(init_buffer_once): Initialize mechanism for it.

1993-03-06  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (init_display): Initialize Vwindow_system.

	* ymakefile (SHELL): No need to set this twice; remove one.

	* emacs.c (main): SIGIOT isn't defined on all systems; don't set
	its signal handler unless it is.

	* sysdep.c (init_baud_rate): Use input_fd, instead of fd; the
	latter is undefined.

	* dired.c (NAMLEN): Never use d_nameln to get the length of the
	directory entry's name; it is used inconsistently.  Always call
	strlen instead.

1993-03-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Handle gaps in modifier_names.
	(modifier_names): Reorder to match termhooks.h.

	* keyboard.c (parse_modifiers_uncached): Detect `s-', not `super-'.
	(apply_modifiers_uncached): Make `s-', not `super-'.

	* lread.c: Include termhooks.h.
	(read_escape): Handle \H, \A, \s.  Use ..._modifier.
	* ymakefile (lread.o): Depend on termhooks.h.

	* termhooks.h (alt_modifier, super_modifier, hyper_modifier):
	(shift_modifier, ctrl_modifier, meta_modifier):
	Renumber the bits.
	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): For ASCII event, the ..._modifier
	bits are the right bits to return.

	* keyboard.c (lispy_function_keys): Add codes starting at 0xff00
	and running through 0xffff.

	* xterm.c (x_alt_mod_mask, x_super_mod_mask, x_hyper_mod_mask):
	New variables.
	(x_find_modifier_meanings): Set them.
	(x_convert_modifiers): Check for them.
	(XTread_socket): Handle BackSpace, etc, function keys.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Move metabit when fetching from string macro.

	* callint.c (check_mark): Error if mark is not active.

	* editfns.c (save_excursion_save): Save mark_active of buffer.
	(save_excursion_restore): Restore mark_active of buffer.
	Run activate-mark-hook if it's on, or deactivate-mark-hook
	if it turns off.
	(region_limit): Error if mark inactive, if transient-mark-mode.

	* insdel.c (prepare_to_modify_buffer): Set Vdeactivate_mark.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Clear Vdeactivate_mark before cmd.
	Clear mark_active if command set Vdeactivate_mark.
	Run deactivate-mark-hook at that time, or activate-mark-hook.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Define variable deactivate-mark.

	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): New buffer-local var `mark-active'.
	(init_buffer_once): Initialize mechanism for it.

	* buffer.h (struct buffer): New field mark_active.

	* intervals.c (verify_interval_modification): Handle insertions
	specially.  For non-insertions, check only the chars being changed.
	`modification-hooks' property is now a list of functions.
	(set_point): Ignore chars outside current restriction.

	* textprop.c (Qmodification_hooks): Renamed from Qmodification.
	(syms_of_textprop): Changed accordingly.

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): New lisp var unread-command-char.
	(Finput_pending_p): Test unread_command_char.
	(Fdiscard_input, quit_throw_to_read_char, init_keyboard): Set it.
	(read_char): Fetch from it.

1993-03-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* textprop.c (Fadd_text_properties): Initialize the modified flag.
	Use a "for (;;)" loop at the end of the function, to indicate that
	all exiting is taken care of inside the loop.
	(Fremove_text_properties): Same.

1993-03-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (LIB_MATH): Delete -lc, since duplicates LIB_STANDARD.

	* buffer.c (check_protected_fields): Variable deleted.
	(syms_of_buffer): Delete vars buffer-field-list
	and check-protected-fields.
	* insdel.c (check_protected_fields): Delete decl.

	* disptab.h (DISP_INVIS_VECTOR): Renamed from DISP_INVIS_ROPE.
	All callers changed.

	* xdisp.c (copy_rope): Expect FROM to be a vector.
	(copy_part_of_rope): New function.
	(display_string): Expect display table elts to be vectors.
	* indent.c (current_column, Fmove_to_column, compute_motion):
	Expect display table elts to be vectors.

	* alloc.c (Fmake_rope, Frope_elt): Fns deleted.

	* lisp.h (CHAR_META, CHAR_SHIFT, CHAR_CTL): New macros.

	* lread.c (read_escape): Handle M-, C- and S- for new convention.
	(read1): Move the meta bit to the right place for a string.

	* keyboard.c (Fthis_command_keys, Fread_key_sequence):
	Fix calls to make_event_array.

	* macros.c (Fend_kbd_macro): Fix call to make_event_array.

	* alloc.c (make_event_array): Renamed from make_array.
	Chars that fit in a string are 0...127 and their meta variants.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Put meta and shift modifiers
	into an integer.
	(read_avail_input): Set the modifiers field in the events read.
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): Pass thru integer event untruncated.
	(read_char): Likewise.
	(read_key_sequence, read_char): Only -1 means EOF.
	(kbd_buffer_store_event): Don't ignore 0200 bit in quit char.
	(follow_key): Use new meta bit flag.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Set bufp->modifiers for all kinds of keys.

	* keymap.c (Flookup_key): Use 0x800000 as meta-bit if from vector.
	(Fdefine_key): Likewise.

1993-03-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* dgux.h (ELF): Handle this parameter.
	[! COFF] (UNEXEC, USG_SHARED_LIBRARIES): New definitions.
	(_BSD_TTY_FLAVOR): Don't define if already defined.

1993-03-04  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (Fsuspend_emacs): Remember that `suspend-hooks' isn't
	necessarily bound.

1993-03-04  Jim Blandy  (

	* (xmakefile): Add missing quote.

1992-03-03  Wilson H. Tien  (

	* unexelf.c (unexec): Move data2 section header up so all section
	headers will be in ascending order.  This will prevent the unexeced
	emacs that being processed by other applications (such as strip)
	to fail.

1993-03-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/isc2-2.h (S_IFLNK): Add #undef.
	(C_SWITCH_SYSTEM): Add conditional definition.
	(LIB_STANDARD): Alternate definition if __GNUC__.
	(SIGTSTP): #undef deleted.
	(LIBS_SYSTEM): Define only if HAVE_X_WINDOWS.
	* s/isc3-0.h: New file.

	* unexelf.c: Handle rounding of section boundaries.
	(round_up): New function.

1993-03-02  Karl Berry  (

	(HAVE_TIMEVAL): Do not define.
	(NO_ASM): Only define once.

1993-03-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* print.c (float_to_string): Define buf to be an unsigned char, to
	match the data field of strings.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Protect assignment to
	Vlast_event_frame in a "#ifdef MULTI_FRAME" clause.

	* syntax.c (describe_syntax_1): Delete excess arg to describe_vector.
	(check_syntax_table): Delete excess arg to wrong_type_argument.

1993-03-01  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (buffer-undo-list): Doc fix.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Protect calls to request_sigio and
	unrequest_sigio in "#ifdef SIGIO" clauses; these are not defined

	* cmds.c (Fnewline): Doc fix.

1993-03-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* insdel.c (del_range): Update point before offset_intervals.

	* intervals.h: Don't include dispextern.h more than once.
	(INTERVAL_VISIBLE_P): NILP test was backwards.

	* intervals.c (intervals_equal): Handle one arg null and other not.
	(set_point): Considerable rewrite.  Handle intervals both
	before and after the old and new point values.
	Redo handling of invisible intervals, and of motion hooks.
	(textget): New function.

	* textprop.c (Fadd_text_properties, Fremove_text_properties):
	Add len>0 as condition for main loop.
	Abort if reach a null interval.
	(Fset_text_properties): Abort if reach a null interval.
	(Ftext_properties_at, Fget_text_property):
	Return nil if POS is end of OBJECT.
	(add_properties): Use NILP to test result of Fequal.
	No longer inline.
	(remove_properties): No longer inline.
	(set_properties): Total rewrite as function.
	(validate_interval_range): Don't alter *begin at end of buffer.
	But do search for a position just before the end.
	Return null for an empty string.

1993-02-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* (emacs, temacs): Add @true to prevent Make confusion.

	* lread.c (read1--strings with properties case):
	Detect end of list, and invalid syntax, using recursive read1 calls.

	* intervals.c (graft_intervals_into_buffer):
	create_root_interval needs Lisp object arg.
	Set tree to new root interval.
	Don't test TREE_LENGTH if buffer has no intervals.
	Rearrange code to copy properties so that it really
	does merge the inserted ones into the inherited ones.
	(traverse_intervals): Pass `arg' on recursive calls.
	(split_interval_left): Use new_length as basis for length of new.

	* print.c (print--string case):
	Any non-null interval means print intervals.
	Get rid of var obj1; just use obj.

	* textprop.c (validate_interval_range): Allow 0 as position in string.
	Add 1 to specified string positions.
	(Fprevious_single_property_change): Subtract 1 if object is string.
	(Fnext_single_property_change): Likewise.
	(Fprevious_property_change, Fnext_property_change): Likewise.

	* xterm.c (x_do_pending_expose, XTframe_rehighlight):
	(x_window_to_scrollbar): Use XGCTYPE.

1993-02-28  Jim Blandy  (

	Use the term `scroll bar', instead of `scrollbar'.
	* alloc.c, frame.c, frame.h, indent.c, keyboard.c, keyboard.h,
	* lisp.h, term.c, termhooks.h, window.c, window.h, xdisp.c, xfns.c,
	* xterm.c, xterm.h: Terminology changed.

	Don't generate switch-frame events by checking Vlast_event_frame;
	use a separate variable for that bookkeeping.  In order to
	generate them properly, we may need to fiddle with it.
	* keyboard.c (internal_last_event_frame): New variable.
	(command_loop_1): Check internal_last_event_frame, not
	(read_char, kbd_buffer_store_event): Set both Vlast_event_frame and
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): Check internal_last_event_frame to decide
	whether to generate a switch-frame event.  Set Vlast_event_frame
	after each event.
	(init_keyboard): Initialize both Vlast_event_frame and
	* keyboard.h (internal_last_event_frame): Add extern declaration
	for this.
	* frame.c (Vlast_event_frame): Remove external declaration for
	(Fselect_frame): Set internal_last_event_frame to Qnil to force a
	switch-frame event, not Vlast_event_frame; the latter is supposed
	to convey information to the user.

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Doc fix for unread_command_events.

1993-02-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Doc fix.

1993-02-26  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile (LIBES): Exchange the order of LIB_MATH and
	LIB_STANDARD, to avoid duplicated symbols under SunOS.

	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): Add the extra argument to the
	commented-out DEFVAR_PER_BUFFER for `mode-line-format', so
	make-docfile will find the docstring properly.

1993-02-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (intervals.o): Dep on intervals.c, not textprop.c.

	* textprop.c (remove_properties): Call modify_buffer.
	(add_properties): Likewise.

	* undo.c (record_property_change): Typo in last change.

	* cmds.c (syms_of_cmds): Typo in last change.

	* print.c (print): Never declare OBJ arg as `register'.
	Special handling for strings with intervals.
	(print_intervals): New function.
	* lread.c (read1): Handle reading strings with properties.

	* intervals.c (traverse_intervals): New arg ARG.
	* alloc.c (mark_interval): Add ignored arg.
	(mark_interval_tree): Pass new arg to traverse_intervals.

1993-02-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_window_to_scrollbar, x_scrollbar_expose,
	x_scrollbar_handle_click, x_scrollbar_note_movement): Remember
	that these can be called during GC; we have to ignore mark bits.
	* lisp.h (GC_NILP, GC_EQ): New macros to help with that.

	* print.c (float_to_string): Define buf to be an unsigned char, to
	match the data field of strings.

	* lisp.h (RETURN_UNGCPRO): Remove "do ... while (0)" wrapper
	around macro.

	* data.c (Fstring_to_number): Declare p to be an unsigned char, to
	match the data field of strings.

	* data.c (Fstring_to_number): Just skip tabs and spaces; don't use
	the <ctype.h> macros.  The <ctype.h> stuff apparently varies from
	locale to locale more than we'd like.  Don't include <ctype.h>.

1993-02-24  Roland McGrath  (

	* buffer.c (Ferase_buffer): Added interactive spec.

1993-02-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* undo.c (Fprimitive_undo): Handle property-change undo entry.
	(record_property_change): New function.

	* textprop.c (Fadd_text_properties): Pass new arg to add_properties.
	(Fremove_text_properties): Likewise.
	(add_properties, remove_properties): New arg OBJECT.  Record undo info.
	(Fput_text_property): New function.

	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): Doc fix.

	* cmds.c (syms_of_cmds): New var `overwrite-binary-mode'.
	(internal_self_insert): Handle that var.

1993-02-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_avail_input): Args to `kill' were backwards.

1993-02-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* alloc.c (make_pure_float): Assure that PUREBEG + pureptr is
	aligned, not pureptr itself.

	* emacs.c (fatal_error_signal): Unblock the signal before we try
	to deliver it to ourselves. #include "syssignal.h" to get the
	right definitions.

	* abbrev.c (Fexpand_abbrev): Only copy the text we're going to
	expand - from wordstart to wordend, not from wordstart to point -
	into the buffer.  There might be non-word text between wordend and

1993-02-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexec.c (adjust_lnnoptrs): Handle symentry.n_type == 0x2400.
	(make_hdr) [USG_SHARED_LIBRARIES]: Set bias using bss_start.

1993-02-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c: Make sure we don't miss processes exiting, by having
	the sigchld handler clear *input_available_clear_time.
	(wait_reading_process_input): Check for process activity after
	setting the timeout and calling set_waiting_for_input.
	(sigchld_handler): If the process which has exited is one we care
	about, clear *input_available_clear_time.

	* frame.c (Fselect_frame): Set Vlast_event_frame to Qnil after
	switching frames, to make sure we'll get a switch-frame event.
	(Vlast_event_frame): Add external declaration for this here.

	* alloc.c (make_pure_float): Align pureptr according to __alignof,
	if it's available, or sizeof (struct Lisp_Float) if it's not.

	* .gdbinit (xprocess): New command.

	* floatfns.c (Flogb): Always implement this by calling Flog, even
	on non-USG systems, which supposedly have a logb function.
	(Fround): Always implement this by calling floor, even on systems
	that have rint.

	* process.c (process_send_signal): Use TERMIOS functions in
	preference to BSD ioctls.  Some systems attempt to provide the BSD
	functions for backward compatibility, and get it wrong.

	* data.c (Fstring_to_number): Skip initial spaces, to make Emacs
	lisp parse consistently on different operating systems.
	#include <ctype.h> to help with this.

	* data.c (Fstring_to_int): Rename this to Fstring_to_number, since
	it parses floats as well as integers.  Fix docstring.
	(syms_of_data): Fix defsubr.
	(wrong_type_argument): Change use.
	(Fint_to_string): Doc fix.
	* lisp.h (Fstring_to_int): Change extern declaration.

1993-02-22  Charles Hannum  (

	* ibmrs6000.h (C_ALLOCA, STACK_DIRECTION): Only define if HAVE_ALLOCA
	is not defined.
	(X_DEFAULT_FONT): Change to `fixed', as `Rom14.500' only works on the

	* aix3-1.h: Changes from 18.58.
	(unix): Define.

	* sysdep.c (child_setup_tty): Recognize HAVE_TERMIOS as well as

	* xrdb.c (getuid): Remove declaration.

	* systty.h [HAVE_TERMIOS]: Include fcntl.h.

	* systime.h [_AIX]: Move test outside of previous #if.
	(EMACS_GET_TZ_OFFSET) [USG]: Don't declare twice.  Prefer tzset.

	* keyboard.c (init_keyboard): Recognize HAVE_TERMIOS as well as

	* aix3-2.h: New file.  Specifies difference between AIX 3.1 and 3.2.

1993-02-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Fsuspend_emacs): Make tem not register.

	* syntax.c (Fforward_comment): New function.

	* search.c (Fskip_syntax_backward): New function.
	(Fskip_syntax_forward): Likewise.
	(skip_chars): New argument syntaxp.

	* alloc.c (Fmemory_limit): Doc fix.

1993-02-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Fsuspend_emacs): Rename suspend-hook to suspend-hooks
	and run it manually.

	* keymap.c (describe_map): Call Fkey_description before build_string.

1993-02-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Fopen_dribble_file): Doc fix.

	* lread.c (syms_of_lread): Doc fix.

1993-02-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* textprop.c (Fget_text_property): Fix typo in function's declaration.

	* floatfns.c (IN_FLOAT): Make this work properly when SIGTYPE is void.

	* alloc.c: Add description lines to the top of each page.

	* alloc.c (mark_interval_tree): Remove spurious & in front of
	function name.

	* alloc.c (UNMARK_BALANCE_INTERVALS): Fix to accomodate compilers
	other than GCC, which do not allow casts on the LHS of an

	* #define USE_TEXT_PROPERTIES by default.

	* alloc.c (mark_object, mark_buffer): Remove some unused

	* buffer.c (Fswitch_to_buffer): Pass the correct number of
	arguments to Fnext_window.

	* buffer.c (Fbury_buffer): Pass the correct number of arguments to

	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): Pass the correct number of arguments to

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Pass the correct number of
	arguments to wrong_type_argument.
	* casefiddle.c (caseify_object): Same.
	* casetab.c (check_case_table): Same.
	* search.c (Fstore_match_data): Same.
	* syntax.c (check_syntax_table): Same.

	* callproc.c (delete_temp_file): Declare this to return
	Lisp_Object, to smooth type-checking.

	* data.c (wrong_type_argument): Pass the correct number of
	arguments to Fstring_to_int.

	* data.c (arithcompare): Add a default case which aborts, just to
	make me happy.

	* dispnew.c (sit_for): Pass the correct number of arguments to

	* editfns.c (Fmessage): Don't forget to return a value when
	args[0] == Qnil.

	* fns.c (Fequal): Call internal_equal to recurse on elements of
	lists and vectors, not Fequal.

	* frame.c (Fdelete_frame): If FRAME is a dead frame, return Qnil,
	not nothing.

	* keyboard.c (echo_char): Apply XINT to c before passing it to

	* keyboard.c (recursive_edit_1, command_loop_1): Pass the proper
	number of arguments to unbind_to.
	* lread.c (Feval_buffer): Same.
	* window.c (Fscroll_other_window): Same.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Apply XINT to c before passing it
	to internal_self_insert and direct_output_for_insert.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_movement): Rename the variable `part'
	declared in the block handling scrollbar movement to `part_sym',
	to avoid potential conflicts with the argument named `part'.
	Apparently the semantics of expressions like this are unclear.

	* keyboard.c (Fread_key_sequence): Backslash the newlines in this
	* textprop.c (Fget_text_property): Same.

	* keymap.c (Fdescribe_vector): Pass the proper number of arguments
	to describe_vector.
	* syntax.c (describe_syntax_1): Same.

	* minibuf.c (Fdisplay_completion_list): Pass the proper number of
	arguments to Flength.
	* xmenu.c (list_of_items): Same.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Pass the proper number of
	arguments to Fselect_frame.

	* xfns.c (x_set_icon_type): Pass the proper number of arguments to

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Pass the proper number of arguments to

	* (HAVE_CONST): New macro.  If it's not #defined, #define
	const to be the empty string.

	* If we're not __STDC__, define volatile to be the
	empty string.

	* buffer.h: Remove code which #includes "undo.h" if lint is
	defined.  undo.h no longer exists.

	* buffer.c (buffer_slot_type_mismatch): Make symbol_name an
	unsigned char *, to match the type of a string's data.

1993-02-17  Michael I Bushnell  (

	* process.c (Fstart_process): Jimb's change of December 11
	had a misplaced paren.  This only became apparent because of
	jimb's change on February 8 to Fexpand_file_name.
	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Ditto.

1993-02-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c (init_callproc): Move the initialization of
	Vprocess_environment to its own function.
	(set_process_environment): This is that.
	* emacs.c (main): Call set_process_environment earlier than

1993-02-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c (Frename_buffer): Make prefix arg set UNIQUE.

1993-02-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_set_window_size): Call change_frame_size instead of
	just setting the `rows' and `cols' members of the frame, and
	leaving the window tree in complete disarray.

	* dispnew.c (remake_frame_glyphs): When re-allocating the frame's
	message buffer when echo_area_glyphs is pointing at it, relocate
	echo_area_glyphs too.  Same for previous_echo_glyphs.
	* window.h (previous_echo_glyphs): Add extern declaration for this.

	* frame.c (Fframe_parameters): Report the `minibuffer' parameter of
	minibufferless frames as nil, not `none'.
	(Qnone): Remove declaration and initialization for this.  It's not
	needed anymore.
	* xfns.c (Qnone): Add them here; we still accept "none" as a valid
	value for the `minibuffer' parameter.

	* xfns.c (x_frame_params): Remember that the parameters are called
	"auto-raise" and "auto-lower", not "autoraise" and "autolower".

	* xdisp.c (message): Set echo_frame to the frame whose message buf
	we want to use, not to the message buf itself.

1993-02-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* textprop.c (Fadd_text_properties): Put OBJECT arg last.
	Make it optional.
	(Fset_text_properties, Fremove_text_properties): Likewise.
	(Fnext_single_property_change, Fprevious_single_property_change):
	(Fnext_property_change, Fprevious_property_change): Likewise.
	(Ferase_text_properties): #if 0.
	(Fget_text_property): New function.

	* s/irix4-0.h (C_SWITCH_MACHINE): Don't define if GCC.

1993-02-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/usg5-4.h: #include "usg5-3.h", not "s-usg5-3.h".

1993-02-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_io_error_quitter): New function.
	(x_error_quitter): Note that this is only used for protocol
	errors now, not I/O errors.
	(x_term_init): Set the I/O error handler to x_io_error_quitter.

1993-02-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Finsert_buffer_substring): Proper error for non-ex buffer.
	(Fcompare_buffer_substrings): Likewise.

1993-02-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): If NO_MESSAGE is non-nil, don't tell
	users that buffers have shrunk a lot.  This is called when Emacs
	is crashing, so we don't want to run any code that isn't
	absolutely necessary.  Also, autosave buffers which don't have
	specially handled autosave file names first.

1993-02-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Fcompare_buffer_substrings): Ignore case
	if case-fold-search is non-nil.

1993-02-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Flookup_key, Fkey_binding, Flocal_key_binding)
	(Fglobal_key_binding, Fminor_mode_key_binding): Add a new optional
	argument ACCEPT_DEFAULT, to control whether this function sees
	bindings for t.
	(Fwhere_is_internal, describe_map_tree, describe_map_2)
	(describe_vector): Pass the proper arguments to Flookup_key.

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Pass DEFALT through
	Fexpand_file_name before using it.

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Doc fix.

1993-02-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (message): Use the message buffer of the frame we're
	going to display the message on to format the message, not that of
	the selected frame.

1993-02-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* Makefile (emacs, temacs): Add no-op commands to these rules.

	* dispnew.c (char_ins_del_cost): Use FRAME_WIDTH, not FRAME_HEIGHT.

	* editfns.c (Fcompare_buffer_substrings): New function.

1993-02-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (extra_keyboard_modifiers): New Lisp var.
	(read_char): Support ctl and meta bits in extra_keyboard_modifiers.
	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Support extra_keyboard_modifiers.

1993-01-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (Fscroll_left, Fscroll_right): Don't forget to apply
	XWINDOW to selected_window before passing it to window_internal_width.

	* xmenu.c (Fx_popup_menu): Don't forget to turn the frame-relative
	coordinates for the menu position into root-window-relative

	* lread.c (read1): Although digits followed by a '.' are an
	integer, a single . by itself (like, say, \.) should be a symbol.

1993-01-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* fns.c (internal_equal): Protect the clause for comparing numbers
	of different types with a "#ifdef LISP_FLOAT_TYPE".

1993-01-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/hpux8.h [__GNUC__] (LD_SWITCH_SYSTEM): Remove -a.
	[__GNUC__] (ORDINARY_LINK): Defined.

	* m/sparc.h [TERMINFO]: Don't define LIBS_TERMCAP.

1993-01-25  Jim Blandy  (

	`live-frame-p' has become `frame-live-p'.
	* frame.c (Qlive_frame_p): Renamed to Qframe_live_p.
	(Flive_frame_p): Renamed to Fframe_live_p.
	(syms_of_frame): Defsubrs and initializations adjusted.
	* frame.h (CHECK_LIVE_FRAME): Use Qframe_live_p, not Qlive_frame_p.
	(Qlive_frame_p): Changed extern declaration to Qframe_live_p.

	* lread.c (read1): Treat a string of digits ending in a period as
	an integer.

	Turn `first-change-function' into `first-change-hook'.
	* buffer.c (Vfirst_change_function): Renamed to Vfirst_change_hook.
	(Qfirst_change_hook): New symbol, for passing to Vrun_hooks.
	(syms_of_buffer): Change DEFVAR; initialize Qfirst_change_hook.
	* buffer.h (Vfirst_change_function): Renamed to Vfirst_change_hook.
	(Qfirst_change_hook): Added declaration.
	* insdel.c (signal_before_change): Change references to
	Vfirst_change_function, and apply Vrun_hooks to
	Qfirst_change_hook, instead of just calling Vfirst_change_function

	x-selection-value has been renamed to x-selection.
	x-own-selection has been renamed to x-set-selection, and the order
	of its arguments has been reversed, for consistency with other
	lisp functions like put and aset.
	* xselect.c (Fx_own_selection): Rename to Fx_set_selection,
	reverse the order of the args, and therefore make the type
	non-optional.  Doc fix.
	(Fx_selection_value): Rename to Fx_selection; make the type
	argument non-optional, for symmetry with Fx_set_selection.  Doc
	(syms_of_xselect): Adjusted.

	* xselect.c (Fx_own_selection, Fx_selection_value): Remove "#if
	0"'ed code which made cut buffers look like a special selection

	* xfns.c (Vx_selection_value): Removed extern declaration for
	this; it's never used.

	* data.c (Fcompiled_function_p): Renamed to Fbyte_code_function_p.
	(syms_of_data): Adjusted.

	* data.c (Fnumberp, Fnumber_or_marker_p): Use the NUMBERP macro,
	instead of writing it out.

	* fns.c (internal_equal): If the operands are both numbers,
	compare them numerically, so that (equal 1.0 1) => t.
	Compare Lisp_Compiled objects like vectors.

	Add lisp functions to raise and lower frames.
	* termhooks.h (frame_raise_lower_hook): New hook.
	* term.c (frame_raise_lower_hook): Define it.
	* frame.c (Fframe_to_front, Fframe_to_back): New functions.
	(syms_of_frame): defsubr them.
	* xterm.c (XTframe_raise_lower): New function.
	(x_term_init): Set frame_raise_lower_hook to XTframe_raise_lower.

	* frame.c: Doc fixes.

1993-01-24  Jim Blandy  (

	Make the cursor style a frame parameter.
	* xterm.h (struct x_display): Rename the `text_cursor_kind' member
	to `current_cursor'; add new member `desired_cursor'.
	(FRAME_DESIRED_CURSOR): New accessor for new member.
	* xterm.c (x_display_bar_cursor): Rewritten so as not to damage
	the characters the cursor is displayed over, and to handle
	transitions between box and bar styles.
	(x_display_bar_cursor, x_display_box_cursor): Use current_cursor
	instead of text_cursor_kind.
	(Vbar_cursor): Delete external declaration.
	(x_display_cursor): Use the FRAME_DESIRED_CURSOR accessor instead
	of Vbar_cursor to decide how to draw the cursor.
	* xfns.c (Vbar_cursor): Remove definition.
	(Qbar, Qbox, Qcursor_type): New symbols.
	(syms_of_xfns): Init and staticpro them; remove DEFVAR for
	(x_set_cursor_type): New setter.
	(x_frame_parms): Add it to the list.
	(Fx_create_frame): Get default values for the cursor type.

	* frame.c (Fmouse_position): Pass the appropriate arguments to
	*mouse_position_hook; the protocol was changed, but this caller
	wasn't fixed.

	* xterm.c (XTclear_frame): Call x_scrollbar_clear.
	(x_scrollbar_clear): New function.

	* xterm.c (XTflash): Totally rewritten.  Only defined if
	HAVE_TIMEVAL and HAVE_SELECT are defined, since we use select for
	our timing.
	(timeval_subtract): New function, to help XTflash.
	(x_invert_frame): Removed.  This didn't work anyway.
	(XTring_bell): Remove "#if 0" around call to XTflash, and remove
	calls to x_invert_frame.  If both HAVE_TIMEVAL and HAVE_SELECT
	aren't defined, then just do the ordinary beep.

	* window.c (Fscroll_other_window): Prefer windows on the selected
	frame, then look for windows on other visible frames.

	* keyboard.c (Fmouse_click_p): Removed; with the 'e' spec, this
	isn't necessary anymore.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Remove defsubr for it.
	* keyboard.h (Fmouse_click_p): Remove extern declaration for it.

	* xfns.c (gray_bits): Remove this declaration; the same data is in
	<X11/bitmaps/gray>.  #include that instead.
	[not HAVE_X11] (x_set_border_pixel): Use gray_width and
	gray_height, instead of assuming that the bitmap is 16x16.
	(x_make_gc): Instead of creating a pixmap and then calling
	XPutImage to make it into a grey stipple, just call
	XCreatePixmapFromBitmapData to do it all at once.

	* xterm.c (x_text_icon): Move the request for font information
	into the "not HAVE_X11" part of the function; the X11 code doesn't
	need this.

	* xterm.c (x_wm_set_icon_pixmap): Instead of setting the
	icon_pixmap to None, just remove IconPixmapHint from the flags of
	the XWMHints structure.

	* window.c (Fprevious_frame): Use prev_frame when we get to the
	end of the current frame, not next_frame.  Doc fix.
	* frame.c (prev_frame): Remove "#if 0" from this function.  It
	turns out we do need it, to make prev_frame work right.

	* frame.c (next_frame): Check that FRAME is a live frame.

	* frame.c (Fselect_frame): Remove "#ifdef MULTI_FRAME" clause
	around the code which calls Ffocus_frame; this code is already
	inside an "#ifdef MULTI_FRAME" clause.
	(next_frame, prev_frame, Fnext_frame): For the same reasons,
	remove the "#ifdef MULTI_FRAME" clause around these functions.

	unread-command-event has been replaced by unread-command-events.
	* commands.h (unread_command_event): Change extern declaration.
	* keyboard.c (unread_command_event): Change the definition.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Change DEFVAR, and adjust the docstring.
	(command_loop_1, read_char, Finput_pending, Fdiscard_input)
	(quit_throw_to_read_char, init_keyboard): Change to use
	unread_command_events, with the new semantics.
	* lread.c (read_char): Same.
	* minibuf.c (temp_echo_area_glyphs): Same.
	* xterm.c (unread_command_event): Remove external declaration for
	this; it is only used by obsolete code.

	* Some makes can't handle comments in the middle of
	commands; move them to before the whole rule.

1993-01-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): When handling a mouse click event
	on a window, change x and y from screen coordinates to window
	coordinates even when the click isn't in the text area.

	* xterm.c (x_scrollbar_create): Remove code which asks for
	EastGravity for windows; Emacs can't correctly deal with them
	moving around unexpectedly.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Minor reformatting.

	* xterm.c (x_set_window_size): Always mark the frame garbaged.

	* window.c (Vmouse_window): Variable removed; it can't be handled
	properly without race conditions, and the events give you all the
	information you need anyway.
	(syms_of_window): Remove DEFVAR.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Change the `@' spec to select
	the window of the first parameterized event in the key sequence
	which invoked the command, instead of using Vmouse_window, which
	isn't even updated anymore.  Adjust the documentation

1993-01-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_scrollbar_create): Set the scrollbars to use

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Deal with button releases with no
	stored down-going position.  Make sure we always store a Qnil in
	the right button_down_location element after using it.

1993-01-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* frame.c (Fdelete_frame): Clear the frame's display after calling
	the window-system-dependent frame destruction routine.  We
	no longer need to pass the display as a separate argument to
	* xterm.c (x_destroy_window): Put the code which clears out f's
	display here, right after we free the storage it points to.  Put
	everything, including the code which clears x_focus_frame and
	x_highlight_frame, inside the BLOCK/UNBLOCK_INPUT pair.

	* dispnew.c (Fredraw_display): Undo change of Jan 12; redraw only
	frames whose garbaged flag is set.  The change to
	FRAME_SAMPLE_VISIBILITY on Jan 14 should address the problem better.

	keyboard.c (read_char_menu_prompt): Test HAVE_X_WINDOWS, not

	The CPP symbol indicating whether or not we have mouse menu
	support under X Windows is HAVE_X_MENU, not not NO_X_MENU.
	* emacs.c (main): Test HAVE_X_MENU, instead of NO_X_MENU.
	* keyboard.c (read_char_menu_prompt): Same.
	* ymakefile: Same.

	* keyboard.c (read_char, read_char_menu_prompt): Use the
	EVENT_HAS_PARAMETERS macro from keyboard.h, instead of writing it

	* keyboard.c (read_char_menu_prompt): Doc fix.

	* keyboard.c (read_char_menu_prompt): Fix test for no menus;
	comparing name to Qnil doesn't work if we are called with no maps.

	* keymap.c (Fdefine_key): Call Fkey_description to make the string
	to use in the error message.

1993-01-18  Roland McGrath  (

	* window.c (Fdisplay_buffer): Doc fix.

1993-01-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_window_to_scrollbar): Search frames'
	condemned_scrollbars list as well; input might arrive during
	(x_scrollbar_report_motion): Don't forget to BLOCK_INPUT.
	(XTjudge_scrollbars): Clear the condemned scrollbar list before
	traversing it, so we don't try to process an event on a scrollbar
	we've killed.

1993-01-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Frecent_keys): Doc fix.

1993-01-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fwindow_at): Doc fix.

1993-01-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_scrollbar_create): Include PointerMotionHintMask in
	the event mask for scrollbars.

	* dispnew.c (Fredraw_display): DEFUN was missing a closing paren.

	* term.c (set_vertical_scrollbar_hook, condemn_scrollbars_hook,
	redeem_scrollbar_hook, judge_scrollbars_hook): Removed dumbo
	"externs" from these.  They're supposed to be real definitions.

	* .gdbinit: Add "-geometry +0+0" to default args.
	(xscrollbar): New command.

	Make scrollbar structures into lisp objects, so that they can be
	GC'd; this allows windows and scrollbars can refer to each other
	without worrying about dangling pointers.
	* xterm.h (struct x_display): vertical_scrollbars and
	judge_timestamp members deleted.
	(struct scrollbar): Redesigned to be a template for a Lisp_Vector.
	New macros, to help deal with the lispy structures, and deal with
	the graphics.
	* frame.h (WINDOW_VERTICAL_SCROLLBAR): Macro deleted.
	(struct frame): New fields `scrollbars' and
	`condemned_scrollbars', for use by the scrollbar implementation.
	FRAME_CONDEMNED_SCROLLBARS): Accessors for the new field.
	* window.h (struct window): Doc fix for vertical_scrollbar field.
	* frame.c (make_frame): Initialize the `scrollbars' and
	`condemned_scrollbars' fields of the new frame.
	* alloc.c (mark_object): Mark the `scrollbars' and
	`condemned_scrollbars' slots of frames.
	* xterm.c (x_window_to_scrollbar): Scrollbars are chained on
	frames' scrollbar field, not their x.display->vertical_scrollbars
	(x_scrollbar_create, x_scrollbar_set_handle, x_scrollbar_move)
	(x_scrollbar_remove, XTset_vertical_scrollbar)
	(XTcondemn_scrollbars, XTredeem_scrollbar, XTjudge_scrollbars)
	(x_scrollbar_expose, x_scrollbar_handle_click)
	(x_scrollbar_handle_motion): Substantially rewritten to correct
	typos and brainos, and to accomodate the lispy structures.

	* xterm.c (x_scrollbar_background_expose): Function deleted; we
	don't want anything in the background there after all.
	(XTread_socket): Don't call x_scrollbar_background_expose.  We
	don't care.

	* frame.h (FRAME_SAMPLE_VISIBILITY): Make sure frame is marked as
	garbaged whenever it goes from invisible to visible.
	* dispextern.h (frame_garbaged): Move extern declaration from here...
	* frame.h (frame_garbaged): ... to here.  The FRAME_SAMPLE_VISIBILITY
	macro uses it now, and this seems to be just as modular.  Make a
	new page, just for this and message_buf_print.
	(struct frame): Doc fix for the `visible' field.
	* process.c: #include "frame.h" instead of "dispextern.h"; the
	only thing we care about from it is the frame_garbaged
	* ymakefile: Note dependency change.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): After mapping the frame, call

	* window.c (window_internal_width): New function, which accounts
	for scrollbars if present.
	* lisp.h (window_internal_height, window_internal_width): Add
	extern declarations for these.
	* dispnew.c (direct_output_for_insert, direct_output_forward_char,
	buffer_posn_from_coords): Use window_internal_width instead of
	writing out its definition.
	* indent.c (compute_motion): Doc fix; mention scrollbars and
	(pos_tab_offset, Fvertical_motion): Use window_internal_width
	instead of writing it out.
	* window.c (Fpos_visible_in_window_p, Fwindow_width, Fscroll_left)
	(Fscroll_right): Same.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay, try_window, try_window_id)
	(display_text_line): Same.

	* xdisp.c (display_string): Add new variable `f', to be W's
	frame.  Use it to set desired_glyphs, and to get the frame's width
	to decide whether or not to draw vertical bars.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): If we're using vertical scrollbars,
	don't draw the vertical bars separating side-by-side windows.
	(display_string): Same thing.  Draw spaces to fill in the part of
	the mode line that is under the scrollbar in partial-width

	* xfns.c (Qvertical_scrollbars): New symbol.  Use it as the name
	of the parameter which decides whether or not the frame has
	scrollbars, instead of Qvertical_scrollbar.
	(Fx_create_frame): Adjusted accordingly.
	(syms_of_xfns): Initialize and staticpro Qvertical_scrollbars.
	(x_set_vertical_scrollbar): Renamed to x_set_vertical_scrollbars.
	(x_frame_parms): Adjusted accordingly.

	(PIXEL_TO_CHAR_COL): New macros.
	* xfns.c [not HAVE_X11] (Fx_create_frame): Use the
	PIXEL_TO_CHAR_{HEIGHT,WIDTH} macros to figure the frame's
	character size, and the CHAR_TO_PIXEL* macros for vice versa.
	* xterm.c (XTwrite_glyphs, XTclear_end_of_line, stufflines)
	(scraplines, dumprectangle, pixel_to_glyph_coords, x_draw_box)
	(clear_cursor, x_display_bar_cursor, x_draw_single_glyph)
	(x_set_mouse_position): Use the CHAR_TO_PIXEL_* macros.

	* xterm.c (x_wm_set_size_hint): The max_width and max_height
	members of the size_hints are expressed in pixels, not columns.

	* xterm.c (x_set_window_size): Remove ibw var; it's not used.
	Set FRAME_WIDTH (f) to cols instead of rows.  Duh.

	* xterm.c (pixel_to_glyph_coords): Properly set *bounds to the
	character cell bounding the position, even when the position is
	off the frame.

	* xfns.c (x_set_name): To request that the modelines be redrawn,
	execute the statement "update_mode_lines = 1;" instead of the
	silly statement "update_mode_lines;".

	* xfns.c (x_set_vertical_scrollbars): Don't try to set the
	X window's size if the frame's X window hasn't been created yet.

	* xfns.c (x_figure_window_size): Set the frame's
	vertical_scrollbar_extra field before trying to calculate its
	pixel dimensions.

	* xfns.c (x_window): When calling x_implicitly_set_name for the
	sake of drawing the name for the first time, remember to clear and
	set the frame's explicit_name member as well as its name member.
	(Fx_create_frame): Set the frame's explicit_name member if the
	user specified the name explicitly.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Use the usable internal width of
	the window, as calculated above, as the limit on the length of the
	overlay arrow's image, rather than using the window's width field,
	less one.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Call condemn_scrollbars_hook and
	judge_scrollbars_hook whenever they are set, not just when the
	frame has vertical scrollbars.

	* termhooks.h (mouse_position_hook): Doc fix.
	(set_vertical_scrollbar_hook): This doesn't return anything any
	more, and doesn't take a struct scrollbar * argument any more.
	(condemn_scrollbars_hook, redeem_scrollbar_hook,
	judge_scrollbars_hook): Doc fixes.
	* term.c (mouse_position_hook): Doc fix.
	(set_vertical_scrollbar_hook): This doesn't return
	anything any more.  Doc fixes.
	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Receive the scrollbar's
	window from *mouse_position_hook and pass it to
	make_lispy_movement, instead of working with a pointer to a struct
	(make_lispy_event): We don't need a window_from_scrollbar function
	anymore; we are given the window directly in *EVENT.
	Unify the code which generates
	text-area mouse clicks and scrollbar clicks; use the same code to
	distinguish clicks from drags on the scrollbar as in the text area.
	Distinguish clicks from drags by storing a copy of the lispy
	position list returned as part of the event.
	(button_down_location): Make this a lisp vector, rather than an
	array of random structures.
	(struct mouse_position): Remove this; it's been replaced by a lisp
	(make_lispy_movement): Accept the scrollbar's window as a
	parameter, rather than the scrollbar itself.
	If FRAME is zero, assume that the other arguments are garbage.
	(syms_of_keyboard): No need to staticpro each window of
	button_down_location now; just initialize and staticpro it.
	* window.c (window_from_scrollbar): Function deleted; no longer
	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): Just pass the window to
	set_vertical_scrollbar hook; don't pass the scrollbar object too.
	* xterm.c (XTmouse_position): Don't return a pointer to the
	scrollbar for scrollbar motion; instead, return the scrollbar's

	* xterm.c (XTmouse_position): Entirely rewritten, using
	XTranslateCoordinates.  Call x_scrollbar_report_motion to handle
	scrollbar movement events.
	(x_scrollbar_report_motion): New function, to help out

	* keyboard.c (apply_modifiers): Don't assume that the Qevent_kind
	property of BASE is set when we first create the new modified
	symbol.  Check that the Qevent_kind property is properly set each
	time we return any symbol.

	* termhooks.h (struct input_event): Replace the frame member with
	a Lisp_Object member by the name of frame_or_window.  Doc fixes.
	Remove the scrollbar member; instead, use frame_or_window to hold the
	window whose scrollbar was clicked.
	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_event, kbd_buffer_get_event,
	make_lispy_event): Adjust references to frame member of struct
	input_event to use frame_or_window now.
	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_click, XTread_socket): Same.

	* xterm.c (last_mouse_bar, last_mouse_bar_frame, last_mouse_part)
	(last_mouse_scroll_range_start, last_mouse_scroll_range_end):
	Replaced with...
	(last_mouse_scrollbar): New variable.
	(note_mouse_movement): Clear last_mouse_scrollbar when we have
	receieved a new motion.
	(syms_of_xterm): Staticpro last_mouse_scrollbar.

	* xterm.c (note_mouse_position): Renamed to note_mouse_movement,
	because that's what it really does.
	(x_scrollbar_handle_motion): Renamed to x_scrollbar_note_movement,
	for consistency.
	(XTread_socket): Adjusted.

	* xterm.c (XTset_scrollbar): Renamed to XTset_vertical_scrollbar.
	(x_term_init): Adjusted.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_frames): Renamed to
	kbd_buffer_frame_or_window, and made to exist even when
	MULTI_FRAME isn't defined; single-frame systems might have
	scrollbars.  Use it to GCPRO the frame_or_window field in the
	event queue.
	(kbd_buffer_store_event, kbd_buffer_get_event,
	stuff_buffered_input): Set and clear the
	appropriate element of kbd_buffer_frame_or_window, whether or not
	MULTI_FRAME is #defined.
	(read_avail_input): When reading characters directly from stdin,
	set the frame_or_window field of the event appropriately,
	depending on whether or not MULTI_FRAME is #defined.
	(Fdiscard_input, init_keyboard): Zap kbd_buffer_frame_or_window,
	not kbd_buffer_frames.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize and staticpro
	kbd_buffer_frame_or_window, whether or not MULTI_FRAME is

	* keyboard.c (head_table): Make Qscrollbar_movement have a
	Qevent_kind property of Qmouse_movement, not Qscrollbar_movement.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): If we decide to throw away a
	mouse event which has prefix symbols (`mode-line',
	`vertical-scrollbar', etcetera), remember that we may have to
	unwind two characters, not just one.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Doc fixes.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_event): Fix reversed sense of test
	for focus redirection.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Don't echo mouse movements.

	* emacs.c (shut_down_emacs): New function.
	(fatal_error_signal, Fkill_emacs): Call it, instead of writing it out.
	* xterm.c (x_connection_closed): Call shut_down_emacs instead of
	Fkill_emacs; the latter will try to perform operations on the X
	server and die a horrible death.
	* lisp.h (shut_down_emacs): Add extern declaration for it.

	* xterm.c (x_error_quitter): Move the abort call to after we print
	the error message.  No harm in that.

	* xdisp.c (echo_area_display): Move the assignment of f and the
	check for visibility out of the "#ifdef MULTI_FRAME" clause; they
	should work under any circumstances.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): If we're not going to redisplay this
	window because it's a minibuffer whose contents have already been
	updated, go ahead and jump to the scrollbar refreshing code
	anyway; they still need to be updated.  Initialize opoint, so it's
	known to be valid when we jump.  Calculate the scrollbar settings
	properly for minibuffers, no matter what they are displaying at
	the time.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay_windows): Don't restore the current buffer
	and its point before refreshing the scrollbars; we need the buffer

1993-01-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* print.c (float_to_string): Add final 0 if text ends with decimal pt.

	* dispnew.c (Fredraw_display): Redraw all visible frames.
	Make the non-multi-frame version interactive.

1993-01-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fset_default_file_modes, Fdefault_file_modes):
	Renamed from Fset_umask and Fumask; sense of arg is reversed.
	(Fwrite_region): Doc fix.

1993-01-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* print.c (float_to_string): Add `.0' at end if needed.

	* lread.c (Fload): If warn that .elc file is older, inhibit
	the ordinary message that would follow.

1993-01-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): Add CURRENT_ONLY argument, as
	described in doc string.

1993-01-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c (Frandom): Change arg name.

	* editfns.c: Doc fixes.

1993-01-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexhp9k800.c (unexec): Don't call exit, just return.

1993-01-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* Protect against multiple #inclusions.

	* Add a declaration for getenv.

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_resource): Add CLASS argument, to give class of
	[not HAVE_X11]: Change definition of Fx_get_resource macro
	(x_get_arg): Add CLASS argument, to give the class of ATTRIBUTE.
	Pass it along to Fx_get_resource.
	(x_figure_window_size, x_icon): Pass new argument to x_get_arg.
	(x_default_parameter): Add XCLASS argument, to give the class of
	XPROP.  Pass it along to x_get_arg.
	(Fx_create_frame): Pass new args to x_get_arg and

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): Use the same resource names and
	classes as xterm and Emacs 18.

1993-01-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_resource): Use EMACS_CLASS to make class_key
	even if SUBCLASS is specified.  I don't know whether that is
	right, but that's what the doc says.
	Cosmetic changes in arg names and doc string.

1992-12-29  Roland McGrath  (

	* ralloc.c: [! emacs] [HAVE_CONFIG_H]: #include "config.h"

1992-12-21  Roland McGrath  (

	* (tagsfiles): New variable.
	(TAGS): Depend on $(tagsfiles); use that in cmds.
	(tags): Separate phony rule; depends on TAGS.

1992-12-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c: Protect all references to kbd_buffer_frames with
	#ifdef MULTI_FRAME.

	* frame.h (struct frame): New fields `can_have_scrollbars' and
	accessors, for both the MULTI_FRAME and non-MULTI_FRAME.
	* window.h (struct window): New field `vertical_scrollbar'.
	* xterm.h (struct x_display): vertical_scrollbars,
	judge_timestamp, vertical_scrollbar_extra: New fields.
	(struct scrollbar): New struct.
	(PIXEL_TO_CHAR_HEIGHT): New accessors and macros.
	* frame.c (make_frame): Initialize the `can_have_scrollbars' and
	`has_vertical_scrollbars' fields of the frame.
	* term.c (term_init): Note that TERMCAP terminals don't support
	(mouse_position_hook): Document new args.
	(set_vertical_scrollbar_hook, condemn_scrollbars_hook,
	redeem_scrollbar_hook, judge_scrollbars_hook): New hooks.
	* termhooks.h: Declare and document them.
	(enum scrollbar_part): New type.
	(struct input_event): Describe the new form of the scrollbar_click
	event type.  Change `part' from a Lisp_Object to an enum
	scrollbar_part.  Add a new field `scrollbar'.
	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Pass appropriate new
	parameters to *mouse_position_hook, and make_lispy_movement.
	* xfns.c (x_set_vertical_scrollbar): New function.
	(x_figure_window_size): Use new macros to calculate frame size.
	(Fx_create_frame): Note that X Windows frames do support scroll
	bars.  Default to "yes".
	* xterm.c: #include <X11/cursorfont.h> and "window.h".
	(x_vertical_scrollbar_cursor): New variable.
	(x_term_init): Initialize it.
	(last_mouse_bar, last_mouse_bar_frame, last_mouse_part)
	(last_mouse_scroll_range_start, last_mouse_scroll_range_end): New
	(XTmouse_position): Use them to return scrollbar movement events.
	Take new arguments, for that purpose.
	(x_window_to_scrollbar, x_scrollbar_create)
	(x_scrollbar_set_handle, x_scrollbar_remove, x_scrollbar_move)
	(XTset_scrollbar, XTcondemn_scrollbars, XTredeem_scrollbar)
	(XTjudge_scrollbars, x_scrollbar_expose)
	(x_scrollbar_background_expose, x_scrollbar_handle_click)
	(x_scrollbar_handle_motion): New functions to implement scrollbars.
	(x_term_init): Set the termhooks.h hooks to point to them.
	(x_set_window_size): Use new macros to calculate frame size.  Set
	vertical_scrollbar_extra field.
	(x_make_frame_visible): Use the frame accessor
	FRAME_HAS_VERTICAL_SCROLLBARS to decide if we need to map the
	frame's subwindows as well.
	(XTread_socket): Use new size-calculation macros from xterm.h when
	processing ConfigureNotify events.
	(x_wm_set_size_hint): Use PIXEL_TO_CHAR_WIDTH and
	* ymakefile (xdisp.o): This now depends on termhooks.h.
	(xterm.o): This now depends on window.h.

	* xdisp.c: #include "termhooks.h".
	(redisplay, redisplay_window): Use set_vertical_scrollbar_hook,
	condemn_scrollbars_hook, redeem_scrollbar_hook, and
	judge_scrollbars_hook to make scrollbars redisplay properly.

	* keyboard.c (Qscrollbar_movement, Qvertical_scrollbar,
	Qabove_handle, Qhandle, Qbelow_handle): New symbols.
	(make_lispy_event): New code to build scrollbar clicks.
	(make_lispy_movement): New code to handle scrollbar movement.
	(head_table): Include Qscrollbar_movement in the event heads.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Init and staticpro Qvertical_scrollbar,
	Qabove_handle, Qhandle, and Qbelow_handle.
	* keyboard.h (Qscrollbar_movement): Declare this along with the
	other event types.
	* lisp.h (Qvertical_scrollbar): Declare this.
	* window.c (window_from_scrollbar): New function.

	* xterm.h (struct x_display): Delete v_scrollbar, v_thumbup,
	v_thumbdown, v_slider, h_scrollbar, h_thumbup,
	h_thumbdown, h_slider, v_scrollbar_width, h_scrollbar_height
	* keyboard.c (Qvscrollbar_part, Qvslider_part, Qvthumbup_part)
	(Qvthumbdown_part, Qhscrollbar_part, Qhslider_part, Qhthumbup_part)
	(Qhthumbdown_part, Qscrollbar_click): Deleted; part of an obsolete
	(head_table): Removed from here as well.
	(syms_of_keyboard): And here.
	* keyboard.h: And here.
	* xscrollbar.h: File removed - no longer necessary.
	* xfns.c: Don't #include it any more.
	(Qhorizontal_scroll_bar, Qvertical_scroll_bar): Deleted.
	(syms_of_xfns): Don't initialize or staticpro them.
	(gray_bits): Salvaged from xscrollbar.h.
	(x_window_to_scrollbar): Deleted.
	(x_set_horizontal_scrollbar): Deleted.
	(enum x_frame_parm, x_frame_parms): Remove references to
	(x_set_foreground_color, x_set_background_color,
	x_set_border_pixel): Remove special code to support scrollbars.
	(Fx_create_frame): Remove old scrollbar setup code.
	(install_vertical_scrollbar, install_horizontal_scrollbar,
	adjust_scrollbars, x_resize_scrollbars): Deleted.
	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_click): This doesn't need to take care of
	scrollbar clicks anymore.
	(XTread_socket): Remove old code to support scrollbars.  Call new
	functions instead for events which occur in scrollbar windows.
	(XTupdate_end): Remove call to adjust_scrollbars; the main
	redisplay code takes care of that now.
	(enum window_type): Deleted.
	* ymakefile: Note that xfns.o no longer depends on xscrollbar.h.

	* xterm.c (x_set_mouse_position): Clip mouse position to be within

	* xterm.c: Adjust the first line of each page to have a reasonable
	description.  This makes pages-directory more useful.

	* xterm.c (x_do_pending_expose): Declare this routine only if
	HAVE_X11 is not #defined; X11 doesn't need it.
	(XTread_socket): Protect call to x_do_pending_expose with `#ifdef

	* xfns.c (syms_of_xfns): Delete defvars for x_mouse_x and
	x_mouse_y.  That interface hasn't been live for years.
	(x_mouse_x, x_mouse_y): Delete these variables.

	* xterm.c (notice_mouse_movement): Deleted; obsolete and unused.

	* keyboard.c (Fread_key_sequence): Doc fix.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Buttons are numbered starting
	with zero now.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Use the proper accessors when
	manipulating the `x' and `y' fields of struct input_event.

	* keyboard.c (parse_modifiers_uncached): Remember that strncmp
	returns zero if the two substrings are equal.

	* keyboard.c (do_mouse_tracking, Ftrack_mouse): Doc fix.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Don't put mouse movements in

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): Don't initialize the wm_hints field here.
	(x_window): Do it here, along with all the similar stuff.

1992-12-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): For `s', use Fread_string.

1992-12-20  Jim Blandy  (

	Properly handle focus shift events, so the cursor is filled and
	hollow at the appropriate times, even in titleless windows.
	* xterm.c (x_focus_event_frame): New variable.
	(XTread_socket): When we receive a FocusIn event that's not
	NotifyPointer, record the frame in x_focus_event_frame.  When we
	receive a FocusOut event that's not NotifyPointer, clear it.  When
	we get a LeaveNotify event, don't take it seriously if we still
	have focus.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Remove special code in EnterNotify case
	to handle scrollbars and fake mouse motion events.

1992-12-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* floatfns.c (Flog): Fix unescaped newline in string.
	* frame.c (Fnext_frame): Same.
	* textprop.c (Fprevious_single_property_change): Same.
	(syms_of_textprop): Same, for DEFVAR for

	Change the meaning of focus redirection to make switching windows
	work properly.  Fredirect_frame_focus has the details.
	* frame.h (focus_frame): Doc fix.
	[not MULTI_FRAME] (FRAME_FOCUS_FRAME): Make this Qnil, which
	indicates no focus redirection, instead of zero, which is
	* frame.c (make_frame): Initialize f->focus_frame to Qnil, rather
	than making it point to frame itself.
	(Fselect_frame): If changing the selected frame from FOO to BAR,
	make all redirections to FOO shift to BAR as well.  Doc fix.
	(Fredirect_frame_focus): Doc fix.  Accept nil as a valid
	redirection, not just as a default for FRAME.
	(Fframe_focus): Doc fix.
	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_event, kbd_buffer_get_event): Deal
	with focus redirections being nil.
	* xterm.c (XTframe_rehighlight): Doc fix.  Deal with focus
	redirections being nil.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Don't restore the frame's
	focus redirection if the target frame is now dead.

	* ymakefile (ralloc.o): This no longer depends on xterm.h.

	* ymakefile (all, xemacs): We build an executable called `emacs' now,
	not `xemacs'.
	* (distclean, xemacs, doxemacs): Same.

	* xterm.h (PIXEL_WIDTH, PIXEL_HEIGHT): Change name of parameter
	from `s' to `f'; it's a frame pointer.

1992-12-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_frames): New vector, to GCPRO frames in
	(kbd_buffer_store_event): When we add an event to kbd_buffer, make
	sure to store its frame in kbd_buffer_frames.
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): When we remove an event from kbd_buffer,
	make sure to set the corresponding element of kbd_buffer_frames to
	Qnil, to allow the frame to get GC'd.
	(Fdiscard_input, init_keyboard): Clear all elements of
	kbd_buffer_frames to nil.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Create and staticpro kbd_buffer_frames.

	* xterm.c (x_error_quitter): Just abort, so we can look at the
	core to see what happened.

1992-12-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (Frename_buffer): Set update_mode_lines.

1992-12-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* scroll.c (do_scrolling): When bcopying the max_ascent field from
	current_frame to temp_frame, remember that max_ascent is an array
	of shorts, not ints.

	It's a pain to remember that you can't assign to FRAME->visible.
	Let's change all references to the `visible' member of struct
	frame to use the accessor macros, and then write a setter for the
	`visible' field that does the right thing.
	* frame.h (FRAME_VISIBLE_P): Make this not an l-value.
	(FRAME_SET_VISIBLE): New macro.
	* frame.c (make_terminal_frame, Fdelete_frame): Use FRAME_SET_VISIBLE.
	(Fframe_visible_p, Fvisible_frame_list): Use FRAME_VISIBLE_P and
	* dispnew.c (Fredraw_display): Use the FRAME_VISIBLE_P and
	FRAME_GARBAGED_P accessors.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Use the FRAME_VISIBLE_P accessor.
	* xfns.c (x_set_foreground_color, x_set_background_color,
	x_set_cursor_color, x_set_border_pixel, x_set_icon_type): Use the
	FRAME_VISIBLE_P accessor.
	(Fx_create_frame): Use FRAME_SET_VISIBILITY.
	* xterm.c (clear_cursor, x_display_bar_cursor,
	x_display_box_cursor): Use FRAME_SET_VISIBILITY.

1992-12-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile (CFLAGS): #define HAVE_CONFIG_H too.

	* (distclean): Don't delete machine.h or system.h;
	they don't exist anymore.

	* (distclean): Don't delete autosave or backup files.
	(extraclean): New target; like distclean, but delete autosave
	and backup files too.

1992-12-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* search.c (Fskip_chars_forward, Fskip_chars_backward): Return the
	distance traveled.
	(skip_chars): Return the distance traveled, as a Lisp_Object.

	* macros.c (Fend_kbd_macro): Don't use XFASTINT to check if arg is
	negative; XFASTINT only works on values known to be positive.
	(Fexecute_kbd_macro): Check QUIT in the repetition loop.  If the
	macro is null, no characters are actually being read, so this

	* (srcdir): New variable, not fully implemented.
	(xmakefile): Turn -g and -O in CFLAGS into C_DEBUG_SWITCH and
	C_OPTIMIZE_SWITCH in C_SWITCH_SITE's definition.  Delete junk.cpp
	when done.
	* ymakefile (archlib): Variable definition deleted.  Run programs
	from ../lib-src directly, or use ${archlibdir}.
	(${etc}DOC): Run make-docfile from ${libsrc}, not ${archlib}.
	(${archlib}make-docfile, ${archlib}emacstool): Use ${libsrc}, not

	* ymakefile (lisp): Don't include version.el in this list.

	Give subprocess creation a way to find a valid current directory
	for subprocesses when the buffer's default-directory is a handled
	* fileio.c (Funhandled_file_name_directory): New function.
	(Qunhandled_file_name_directory): New file-name-handler operation.
	(syms_of_fileio): Defsubr Sunhandled_file_name_directory, and
	initialize and staticpro Qunhandled_file_name_directory.
	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Call Funhandled_file_name_directory
	on the buffer's default directory.  Do it earlier in the function
	so there's less to GCPRO.
	* process.c (create_process): Don't check the validity of the
	buffer's default directory here...
	(Fstart_process): Instead, do it here; if we call
	Funhandled_file_name_directory here, there's less GCPROing to do.

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process_region): Return the value returned by

	* fileio.c (find_file_handler): Rename this to
	Ffind_file_name_handler, and make it visible to lisp.  Add a QUIT
	to the loop which scans file-name-handler-alist.  All uses
	(syms_of_fileio): Mention this new function in the docstring for
	Vfile_name_handler_alist.  defsubr Sfind_file_name_handler.
	* lisp.h (Ffind_file_name_handler): Added extern declaration.
	* dired.c: All uses of find_file_handler changed here too.

	* fileio.c (syms_of_fileio): Add staticpros for Qexpand_file_name,
	Qdirectory_file_name, Qfile_name_directory,
	Qfile_name_nondirectory, Qfile_name_as_directory.

1992-12-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): If we're restoring the
	configuration of a dead frame, don't bother rebuilding its window
	tree, restoring its focus redirection, or temporarily resizing it
	to fit the saved window configuration.  If the frame which was
	selected when the configuration was captured is now dead, don't
	try to select it.

	* frame.c (Fdelete_frame): Delete all the windows in the frame's
	window tree, using delete_all_subwindows.
	* window.c (delete_all_subwindows): Don't make this static

1992-12-03  Jim Blandy  (

	Make sure that frames' visible flag only changes at acceptable
	times.  See FRAME_SAMPLE_VISIBILITY's comments for details.
	* frame.h (struct frame): New fields called async_visible and
	non-MULTI_FRAME definitions.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Call FRAME_SAMPLE_VISIBILITY to set the
	visible and iconified flags appropriately for each frame.
	(message1): Call FRAME_SAMPLE_VISIBILITY to set the visible and
	iconified flags for the minibuffer frame.
	* frame.c (make_frame): Initialize async_visible and
	async_iconified properly.
	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): Initialize f->async_visible too.
	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): When we get MapNotify, UnmapNotify,
	Expose, ExposeWindow, or UnmapWindow, set f->async_visible, not
	(x_do_pending_expose, x_raise_frame, x_lower_frame)
	(x_make_frame_invisible, x_make_frame_visible, x_iconify_frame):
	Test and set f->async_visible and f->async_iconified, not
	f->visible or f->async_iconified.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_store_ptr): Declare this to be volatile, if
	__STDC__ is #defined.
	(Fdiscard_input): Use cast to keep GCC from complaining about the
	assignment of kbd_store_ptr to kbd_fetch_ptr.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Use FOR_EACH_FRAME to apply
	redisplay_windows to the root window of each frame.  This makes a
	#ifdef MULTI_FRAME unneeded, but it also means we recompute
	buffer_shared from scratch even on non-MULTI_FRAME configurations.
	Don't skip elements of Vframe_list that aren't frames; go ahead
	and crash here.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Remove #ifdef MULTI_FRAME around the code
	which updates separate minibuffer frames specially; there's
	nothing there that won't work on a single-frame configuration.

	* dispextern.h (struct frame_glyphs): Doc fix.

1992-12-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c: Remove dyked-out copy of safe_bcopy.

	* environ.c: File removed; Changes on 1/13/1992 made it

1992-12-01  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Doc fix.

1992-11-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* next.h: Copy changes from 18.59:
	(NeXT): Defined.
	(BIG_ENDIAN): Define only if __BIG_ENDIAN__.
	(m68000, COMPILER_REGISTER_BUG): Defs deleted.
	(KERNEL_FILE): #undef it.
	(environ): Define as _environ.

1992-11-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* doc.c (store_function_docstring): New function, made from part
	of Fsnarf_documentation, which handles docstrings for macros
	(Fsnarf_documentation): Call store_function_docstring.

	* data.c (indirect_function): Delete unused argument ERROR.

1992-11-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* (clean): Remove prefix-args.

1992-11-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/sol2.h (LD_SWITCH_SYSTEM): Make alternate version for GCC.

1992-11-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/sparc.h: Don't include <sys/param.h> here; that screws up the
	xmakefile.  Instead, include it in getloadavg.c, which is the only
	place that uses LOAD_AVE_CVT, which is the only reason
	<sys/param.h> was here in the first place.

1992-11-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c [not MULTI_FRAME] (Fredraw_display): Pass the correct
	number of arguments to mark_window_display_accurate.

	* undo.c (Fprimitive_undo): Remove whitespace in front of #ifdef
	and #endif.

	* systty.h: Doc fix.

	* systty.h, process.c, buffer.h, callproc.c, sysdep.c, dired.c:
	Added VMS changes from Roland Roberts.
	* vmspaths.h: New version from Roland Roberts.

	* xdisp.c (display_string): Use w's buffer's value of
	tab-width to display the string, instead of the current buffer's,
	which could be anything.

	* s/sol2.h (LD_SWITCH_SYSTEM): Add -R option.

	* process.c (read_process_output): Save, widen, insert the process
	output, and then restore the restriction if inserting text outside
	the visible region.

1992-11-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (Ferase_buffer): Doc fix.

	* dispnew.c (safe_bcopy): Use the right terminating condition in
	the loop which uses multiple bcopy calls to transfer a block to an
	overlapping higher block.

1992-11-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (Fstart_process): Establish an unwind-protect to
	remove PROC from the process list if an error occurs while
	starting it.
	(start_process_unwind): New function to help with that.
	(create_process): There's no need to explicitly call
	remove_process if the fork fails; the record_unwind_protect in
	Fstart_process will take care of it.

	* commands.h (unread_command_event): Doc fix.

	Don't ever throw away switch-frame events.
	* lread.c: #include "keyboard.h".
	(Fread_char, Fread_char_exclusive): Don't signal an
	error for or throw away switch-frame events; instead, put them off
	until after we've found a character we can respond to.
	* commands.h (unread_switch_frame): Declare this extern.
	* keyboard.c (unread_switch_frame): Don't declare this static.
	* ymakefile (lread.o): Note that this depends on keyboard.h.

	* keyboard.c (Vlast_event_frame): Doc fix.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Test the C preprocessor
	symbol "ultrix", not "__ultrix__" to see if we should ignore
	ENOMEM errors from select.

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Don't fiddle with "/." if it's the
	entire string.

	* buffer.c (Fbury_buffer): Make this behave as in 18.59, although
	that behavior is very odd - only remove the buffer from the
	selected window if BUFFER was nil or omitted.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Write composite events to the dribble
	file properly.

	* keyboard.c (init_keyboard): Initialize Vlast_event_frame to
	Qnil, rather than the selected frame.

	* mem-limits.h [DATA_SEG_BITS] (EXCEEDS_LISP_PTR): Remember to
	remove DATA_SEG_BITS from the pointer before testing if the
	pointer fits in VALBITS.

	* (doxemacs, dotemacs): Explicitly pass along the CC
	variable in these rules, just as in the `doall' rule.

	* ralloc.c (relocate_some_blocs): Handle BLOC == NIL_BLOC.
	(free_bloc): This can now be simplified.

	* ralloc.c (r_alloc_sbrk): When we allocate new space for the
	malloc heap, zero it out even if we don't have any blocs in the
	free list.

1992-11-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (process_send_signal): On systems which have both
	the TIOCGETC and TCGETA ioctls, just use the former.

	* xselect.c (Fx_get_cut_buffer): Correct check for buf_num in

	* xselect.c (Fx_get_cut_buffer, Fx_set_cut_buffer): Fix error
	message format; use NUM_CUT_BUFFERS instead of literal 7.

	* keyboard.c (lispy_modifier_list): Added sanity check before
	indexing into modifier_symbols.

	* keyboard.c (add_command_key): When copying the contents of the
	old this_command_keys to new_keys, remember to multiply size by
	sizeof (Lisp_Object) to get the amount we really need to copy.

	Rename unread_command_char to unread_command_event; it has
	subtly different semantics now, and we should use
	`make-obsolete-variable' to warn people.
	* command.h (unread_command_char): Change name in extern declaration.
	* keyboard.c (unread_command_char): Rename.
	(command_loop_1, read_char, Finput_pending, Fdiscard_input)
	(quit_throw_to_read_char, init_keyboard, syms_of_keyboard): Change
	* lread.c (Fread_char): Change reference.
	* minibuf.c (temp_echo_area_glyphs): Change reference to
	unread_command_char to unread_command_event.
	* xfns.c (unread_command_char): Change name in extern declaration
	to unread_command_event.

1992-11-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/pmax.h: Don't define SYSTEM_MALLOC; this was only necessary
	for Ultrix version 4.1, and the current version is 4.3.

	* s/bsd4-2.h, s/bsd4-3.h: #define SIGNALS_VIA_CHARACTERS.
	* process.c (process_send_signal): Put all the code for sending
	signals via characters in a #ifdef SIGNALS_VIA_CHARACTERS.  Decide
	whether to use the Berkeley-style or SYSV-style ioctls by seeing
	which ioctl commands are #defined.

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): If get_minibuffer gives the
	new minibuffer a nil default directory, find another buffer with a
	better default directory and use that one's instead.

1992-11-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (process_send_signal): Doc fix.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Don't use
	save_excursion_{save,restore} to protect the caller against buffer
	switches; use Fset_buffer and Fcurrent_buffer; redisplay might
	change point, and we don't want to undo that.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): When checking a mouse
	movement for a frame switch, don't assume Vlast_event_frame
	contains a Lisp_Frame object.

1992-11-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/dgux.h (SYSTEM_TYPE): Use berkeley-unix.

1992-11-04  Jim Blandy  (

	* alloc.c: #include "frame.h" unconditionally.  frame.h does the
	right thing when MULTI_FRAME isn't defined.

	* Rearrange dependencies to make sure that xmakefile
	is built before we try to use it, even using a parallel make.

	Changes for SYSV from Eric Raymond:
	* process.c [SYSV]: Don't include <termios.h>, <termio.h>, or
	(process_send_signal): Don't try to send SIGTSTP
	unless SIGTSTP is defined.
	* sysdep.c (init_baud_rate) [HAVE_TERMIO, not HAVE_TCATTR]: Use
	* systime.h [USG] (EMACS_GET_TZ_OFFSET): Assign to *(offset), not
	(offset).  Don't forget the while corresponding to the do.
	Include USG in the list of systems that have a tzname array.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Removed the
	replay_sequence_new_buffer label; replay_sequence should be here

	Arrange to get compile-time errors for uses of Lisp_Frame in a
	non-MULTI_FRAME configuration.
	* lisp.h [not MULTI_FRAME]: Don't declare the Lisp_Frame tag.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Protect call to Fredirect_frame_focus
	with a #ifdef MULTI_FRAME.
	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Protect call to
	Fselect_frame with a #ifdef MULTI_FRAME.
	[not MULTI_FRAME] (Fcurrent_window_configuration): Don't bother
	setting the window configuration's selected_frame member.
	* keyboard.c (Vlast_event_frame): Arrange for this to exist iff
	MULTI_FRAME is defined.
	[not MULTI_FRAME] (syms_of_keyboard): Don't DEFVAR Vlast_event_frame.
	[not MULTI_FRAME] (read_char): Don't try to set Vlast_event_frame.
	[not MULTI_FRAME] (kbd_buffer_store_event): Don't try to set
	Vlast_event_frame for quit characters.
	[not MULTI_FRAME] (kbd_buffer_get_event): Don't try to generate
	switch-frame events.

	* buffer.c (init_buffer): If PWD is accurate, use it instead of
	calling getwd.
	#include <sys/types.h> and <sys/stat.h>, for the call to stat.

	Indicate whether an autoload form stands for a keymap or not.
	* eval.c (Fautoload): Renamed fifth argument TYPE.  Document the
	fact that (eq TYPE 'keymap) means FUNCTION will become a keymap
	when loaded.
	(Fmacroexpand): Instead of assuming that every autoload
	form with a fifth element is a macro, actually check the fifth
	element against t and `macro', which are the only values which
	denote macroness.
	* keymap.c (get_keymap_1): Don't try to autoload OBJECT's function
	unless the autoload form indicates that it's a keymap.

1992-11-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* .gdbinit (mips): New command.

1992-10-31  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fmake_directory_internal): Renamed from Fmake_directory.
	Pass nil as third arg to handler.
	Lisp function `make-directory' is now in files.el.

1992-10-30  Jim Blandy  (

	Clean up errors due to treating Lisp_Objects like integers.
	* abbrev.c (Funexpand_abbrev): Just assign the last abbrev's value
	to val; don't use XSET.  Make sure that the value of the
	abbrev-symbol is a string.
	* alloc.c (Frope_elt): Declare arguments to be Lisp_Objects.
	* buffer.c (reset_buffer): Don't assign to b->save_length as if it
	were an int; use XFASTINT.
	* buffer.h (Fbuffer_name, Fget_file_buffer): Added external
	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): Use EQ to compare string_saved with
	* casefiddle.c (operate_on_word): Declare end to be an int, not a
	* casetab.c (set_case_table): Declare this to be static, and
	return a Lisp_Object. Add static declaration for this
	before Fset_case_table and Fset_standard_case_table.
	(Fset_case_table, Fset_standard_case_table): Return the return
	value of set_case_table, instead of returning garbage.
	* commands.h (unread_command_char): Declare this to be a
	Lisp_Object, not an int.
	* data.c (Fset): See if current_alist_element points to itself
	using EQ, not ==.
	(float_arith_driver): Declare this extern above arith_driver.
	* dired.c (find_file_handler): Declare this extern.
	(Ffile_attributes): Use NILP, not == Qnil.
	* dispextern.h (sit_for): Declare this extern.
	* doc.c: #include keyboard.h.
	* floatfns.c (Flog): Don't forget to declare the BASE argument a
	* fns.c: #include keyboard.h.
	(Fdelete): Check if Fequal returns Qnil, not zero.
	* frame.c: #include buffer.h.
	* keyboard.c: #include dispextern.h.
	(recursive_edit_unwind, command_loop, Fthis_command_keys): Declare
	these to return Lisp_Objects at the very top of the file, to avoid
	having them implicitly declared as ints.
	(echo_char): Use EQ to compare C to help_char.
	(read_char): Remember to apply XFASTINT to the return value of
	Flength before using it.  Apply XINT to c when clearing its high
	bits and meta bits, and when writing it to the dribble file.
	(read_char_menu_prompt): Use EQ to compare obj with
	menu_prompt_more_char and its control-character analog.
	(read_key_sequence): Declare PROMPT to be char *, not a
	Lisp_Object.  Use the appropriate accessors on keybuf when looking
	for ASCII function key sequences.
	* keyboard.h (get_keymap_1, Fkeymapp, reorder_modifiers)
	(Fmouse_click_p, read_char): Add external declarations for these.
	* keymap.c (Fdefine_key, Flookup_key, describe_map): Don't assume
	that Flength returns an integer.
	* lisp.h (Fdefault_boundp, make_float, Ffloat, Fnth, Fcopy_alist)
	(Fmake_byte_code, Fverify_visited_file_modtime, Ffile_exists_p)
	(Fdirectory_file_name, Ffile_name_directory)
	(expand_and_dir_to_file, Ffile_accessible_directory_p, Fbyte_code)
	(Fundo_boundary, truncate_undo_list): Add extern declarations for
	* lread.c (read_char): Add an extern declaration for this,
	indicating that it returns a Lisp_Object.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Use EQ to compare, not ==.
	(temp_echo_area_glyphs): Use XFASTINT to assign to
	* print.c (print): Cast the frame's address to an integer before
	passing it to sprintf to form the frame's printed form.
	* process.c (status_convert): Declare this to return a
	Lisp_Object at the top of the file.
	(decode_status): Don't untag XCONS (tem)->cdr before storing it in
	tem; tem is a Lisp_Object, too.
	(process_send_signal): Declare this to be static void.  Don't
	return Qnil; nobody cares.
	(sigchld_handler): Use XFASTINT to manipulate p->infd.
	* search.c (Fstore_match_data): Don't assume Flength returns a
	C integer.
	* undo.c (record_insert): Use accessors on BEG and LENGTH.
	(truncate_undo_list): Use NILP, not == Qnil.
	* window.c (Fwindow_width, Fset_window_hscroll): Use accessors on
	w->width, w->left, w->hscroll, and arguments.
	(replace_window): Use EQ, not ==.
	(Fdelete_window): p->top and p->left are not C integers.
	(Fnext_window, Fprevious_window): Use EQ, not ==.
	* window.h (make_window, window_from_coordinates,
	Fwindow_dedicated_p): Add extern declarations for these.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Use ! EQ to compare the old and new arrow
	positions, not !=.
	(mark_window_display_accurate): Barf if WINDOW isn't a window.
	(display_string): Test buffer_defaults.ctl_arrow using NILP,
	instead of comparing it with zero.
	* xfns.c (x_decode_color, Fx_color_display_p): x_screen_planes is
	an int, not a Lisp_Object.
	(x_set_mouse_color): Give separate error messages for the
	different cursors we try to set.
	(Fx_geometry): Declare STRING to be a Lisp_Object.
	(Fx_create_frame): No need to use XSET to assign NAME to f->name;
	they're both Lisp_Objects.
	(adjust_scrollbars): Use XINT to access w->hscroll.
	(Fx_open_connection): x_screen_count, x_release, x_screen_height,
	x_screen_height_mm, x_screen_width, x_screen_width_mm,
	x_save_under, and x_screen_planes are integers, not Lisp_Objects.
	(syms_of_xfns): x_mouse_x, x_mouse_y, and mouse_buffer_offset are
	integers, not Lisp_Objects.
	* xselect.c (own_selection): selection_type is an X Atom value,
	not a Lisp_Object.
	(x_selection_arrival): Declare this static, and add a forward
	declaration at the top of the page.
	* xterm.c (x_convert_modifiers): Declare this to return an
	unsigned int, not a Lisp_Object.  Remember that the quiescent
	value for part is Qnil, not zero, that x_mouse_x and x_mouse_y
	are ints, not Lisp_Objects, and that RESULT->x and RESULT->y are
	Lisp_Objects, not ints.
	(XTread_socket): Declare this to return int, not Lisp_Object.
	When calling construct_mouse_click on a non-scrollbar click, pass
	PART as Qnil, not zero.
	(x_calc_absolute_position): Remember that x_screen_width and
	x_screen_height are ints, not Lisp_Objects.
	* xterm.h (x_screen_count, x_release, x_screen_height)
	(x_screen_height_mm, x_screen_width, x_screen_width_mm)
	(x_save_under, x_screen_planes): Declare this as ints, to match
	their definitions in xterm.c.
	* ymakefile: Note the new dependencies caused by the new
	#inclusions above.

	* xdisp.c (last_arrow_position, last_arrow_string): Make these

	* process.c (pty_process): Variable deleted; it's no longer used.
	(syms_of_process): Don't initialize it.

	* buffer.h (struct buffer_local_types): This declaration needed an
	extern qualifier.

	* floatfns.c (Fexpt): Don't return the value of the XSET function
	call; that's not guaranteed to be the value assigned.

	* dired.c (Ffile_attributes): Doc fix.

	Removed these definitions; we should be using the versions whose
	names use underscores.

	* keyboard.c (echobuf): Make this 300 characters, not 100.  This
	isn't a real fix, but it's quick.

1992-10-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* callint.c (preserved_fns): New var.
	(Fcall_interactively): Preserve all fns listed in preserved_fns.
	(syms_of_callint): Set preserved_fns and staticpro it.
	Don't set up Qregion_beginning or Qregion_end.

1992-10-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (count_blanks): Leave argument r constant, and increment p.

1992-10-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (message): Re-write this in terms of message1.
	(message1): Move code to clear out echo_area_glyphs and
	previous_echo_glyphs from message to here.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): When returning an unread switch-frame
	event, jump to reread_first to return it, rather than reread; this
	makes sure the event gets echoed (if appropriate) and goes into

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): If the key sequence starts with
	a mouse click, read the key sequence using the keymaps of the
	buffer clicked on, not the current buffer.

	* keyboard.c (unread_switch_frame): Make this static, to indicate
	that nobody outside of this file uses it.

	* keymap.c: Deal with autoloaded keymaps properly.
	(get_keymap_1): Renamed to inner_get_keymap; made
	static.  New argument AUTOLOAD says to pursue autoloads if
	(Fkeymapp, get_keymap, get_keyelt, Flookup_key): Ask get_keymap_1
	not to perform autoloads.
	(Fdefine_key): Ask get_keymap_1 to perform autoloads.  Since
	autoloading may GC, remember that we have to GCPRO our local
	variables now.
	(Fminor_mode_key_binding): Call get_keymap instead of calling
	get_keymap_1 with equivalent arguments.
	* keyboard.c (follow_key): Ask get_keymap_1 to perform autoloads.
	(read_key_sequence): When pursuing potential bindings in the
	function key map, ask get_keymap_1 to perform autoloading.  This
	is hardly important, but it's consistent.
	* doc.c (Fsubstitute_command_keys): Ask get_keymap_1 to
	perform autoloads.  Autoloading might GC; we need to GCPRO our
	local variables now.
	(Fdocumentation, Fdocumentation_property): Autoloading in
	Fsubstitute_command_keys might GC; we need to GCPRO our
	local variables now.

1992-10-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/irix3-3.h (HAVE_SETSID, IRIX): Defined.

	* s/irix4-0.h: New file.

1992-10-27  Noah Friedman  (

	* sysdep.c (get_system_name): Use gethostname for USG systems if
	* s/hpux7.h, s/irix3-3.h (HAVE_GETHOSTNAME): Define it.

1992-10-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c: Arrange for synchronous processes to get SIGINT the
	first time the user quits, or SIGKILL if the user quits again.
	#include "syssignal.h".
	(call_process_kill): New function.
	(call_process_cleanup): Send SIGINT to the subprocess, and then
	arrange to call call_process_kill if the user quits while we wait
	for it to terminate.
	(Fcall_process, Fcall_process_region): Doc fix.

1992-10-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexmips.c [sony, IRIS_4D]: Include getpagesize.h and fcntl.h.
	(unexec): #if 0 the error check of hdr.fhdr.f_nscns.
	Clear text_section->s_scnptr.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Preserve (region-beginning)
	and (region-end) into the command history when they appear
	in an interactive spec which is a call to `list'.

	* New file.  Waiting for papers from

1992-10-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* emacs.c (main): Correct spelling of HAVE_X_WINDOW to
	HAVE_X_WINDOWS in conditionals around the call to syms_of_xmenu.

1992-10-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* ralloc.c (relinquish):
	Adjust page_break_value by amount of memory actually given back.
	(r_alloc_sbrk): Provide hysteresis in relocating the blocs.

1992-10-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* ralloc.c (relinquish): Sign of arg to *real_morecore was backwards.

1992-10-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* ralloc.c (relinquish): Never free less than extra_bytes;
	keep extra_bytes of empty space.
	(obtain): Always get extra_bytes additional space.
	(r_alloc_init): Set extra_bytes and page_size.

1992-10-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Properly staticpro this_command_keys.

	* mem-limits.h (get_lim_data): Make it static.

	* ymakefile (mallocobj): Use vm-limit.o along with ralloc.o.

	* ralloc.c [emacs]: Define POINTER and SIZE.
	[!emacs]: Delete definition of EXCEEDS_LISP_PTR.

	* eval.c (grow_specpdl): Increase max_specpdl_size before Fsignal.

1992-10-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (x_set_face): Dyked out this function; it has no callers,
	and refers to an obsolete version of struct face.

	* xterm.c (compose_status): New variable.
	(XTread_socket): Pass it by reference to XLookupString.

1992-10-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/esix5r4.h (BROKEN_FIONREAD): Defined.

1992-10-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/vms5-5.h: New file.

1992-10-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (message): If M is zero, clear echo_area_glyphs and
	previous_echo_glyphs, so that the minibuffer shows through.
	* editfns.c (Fmessage): With no arguments, clear any active
	message; let the minibuffer contents show through.
	* minibuf.c (temp_echo_area_glyphs): Don't clear echo_area_glyphs
	and previous_echo_glyphs; let message do that work.

	* keyboard.c (this_command_keys): Make this a vector, instead of
	an array of Lisp_Objects.
	(this_command_keys_size): Deleted.
	(echo, add_command_key, Fthis_command_keys): Adjusted
	(init_keyboard): Don't allocate it here.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Allocate it here, and staticpro it.
	* keyboard.h (this_command_keys): Extern declaration changed.  Doc fix.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Change handling of 'e' spec;
	this_command_keys is now a vector.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Call ourselves with the appropriate
	number of arguments.
	(read_char_menu_prompt): If USED_MOUSE_MENU is zero, don't try to
	store things in it.

	* window.c: Try to deal coherently with deleted windows:
	(Flive_window_p): New function.
	(Qlive_window_p): New variable, to name it in type errors.
	(syms_of_window): Defsubr Slive_window_p, init and staticpro
	* lisp.h (CHECK_LIVE_WINDOW): New predicate.
	(Qlive_window_p): Extern declaration for this.
	* window.c (decode_window): Use CHECK_LIVE_WINDOW instead of
	CHECK_WINDOW; the only thing a user should be able to do to a dead
	window is check its type.
	(Fcoordinates_in_window_p, Fnext_window, Fprevious_window)
	(Fdelete_other_windows, Fselect_window, Fsplit_window)
	(Fscroll_other_window): Use CHECK_LIVE_WINDOW instead of
	* frame.c (make_frame_without_minibuffer, Fwindow_frame): Same.
	* sunfns.c (Fsun_menu_internal): Same.
	* xmenu.c (Fx_popup_menu): Same.
	* window.c (Fdelete_window): If WINDOW is a deleted window, do nothing;
	there's no harm in allowing people to delete deleted windows.
	Delete all of WINDOW's subwindows, too.
	(delete_all_subwindows): Set the buffer, vchild, and hchild of the
	windows we delete all to nil.
	* window.h (struct window): Doc fix.

	* window.c (Fwindow_minibuffer_p): Make the WINDOW argument
	optional, like all the other window-querying functions.

	* window.c (Fpos_visible_in_window_p): Use decode_window to handle
	the WINDOW argument, instead of writing out that function's code.

	* window.c (check_frame_size): Don't define this extern; that
	doesn't mean anything.

	* xterm.c: Clean up some of the caps lock handling:
	(x_shift_lock_mask): New variable.
	(x_find_modifier_mappings): Set it, based on the modifier mappings.
	(x_convert_modifiers): Use x_shift_lock_mask, instead of assuming
	that the lock bit always means to shift the character.
	(XTread_socket): When handling KeyPress events, don't pass an
	XComposeStatus structure along to XLookupString.  When handling
	MappingNotify events, call XRefreshKeyboardMapping for both
	MappingModifier and MappingKeyboard events, not just the latter.

1992-10-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (Fdelete_window): Choose an alternative when we delete
	any frame's selected window, not just when we delete the selected
	frame's selected window.

1992-10-15  Roland McGrath  (

	* vm-limit.c (check_memory_limits): Declare __morecore.
	Remove unused variable `result'.

1992-10-15  Roland McGrath  (

	* vm-limit.c (morecore_with_warning): Removed.
	(check_memory_limits): New fn; most code from
	morecore_with_warning, but only checks limits, doesn't do any work.
	(memory_warnings): Set __after_morecore_hook to check_memory_limits;
	don't set __morecore.

1992-10-14  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* intervals.c (traverse_intervals): New parameter `depth'.
	Increment this when passing recursively.

	* alloc.c (mark_interval_tree): Pass 0 as initial depth argument
	to traverse_intervals.

	* xterm.h: Declaration of struct face removed.

	* dispextern.h: New element of frame structure `max_ascent'.
	Removed elements `nruns' and `face_list'.
	LINE_HEIGHT and LINE_WIDTH macros removed.
	New struct face with associated typedef FACE declared, along with
	accessing macros.

	* scroll.c (do_scrolling): Don't bcopy non-existant `nruns' or
	`face_list' elements.  Do copy new `max_ascent' frame element.

	* dispnew.c (scroll_frame_lines): All references to frame elements
	`nruns' and 'face_list' removed.  Handle new element `max_ascent'.
	(free_frame_glyphs): Don't free nonexistent elements `nruns' and
	`face_list';  do free `max_ascent' element.
	(make_frame_glyphs): Don't allocate nonexistent elements `nruns'
	and `face_list';  do allocate `max_ascent' element.
	(update_frame): Replaced use of macro LINE_HEIGHT with element
	frame element `pix_height'.

1992-10-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (modify_event_symbol): Arrange to set the
	click_modifier bit on otherwise unmodified mouse clicks.

	* keymap.c (store_in_keymap): Don't forget to QUIT in the
	keymap-scanning loop.  Don't treat vectors as binding tables if
	they're the wrong length.

1992-10-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Remember that
	*mouse_position_hook may set *FRAME to 0; don't generate
	switch-frame events in this case.  Fix fencepost bug in fetching
	events from keyboard buffer.

1992-10-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (ralloc.o): Delete dep mem_limits.h
	(vm-limit.o): Rename dep to mem-limits.h.

1992-10-12  Roland McGrath  (

	* ralloc.c: Removed #include "mem-limits.h".
	[emacs]: Moved #undef NULL and #include "getpagesize.h" here.
	[! emacs]: #include <unistd.h>, <malloc.h>, <string.h>.
	(r_alloc_init): Use NIL, not NULL.

1992-10-12  Roland McGrath  (

	* ralloc.c (sbrk): Removed decl.
	(real_morecore): New static variable.
	(warnlevel, warn_function, check_memory_limits): Removed.
	(obtain): Don't call check_memory_limits.
	(obtain, relinquish, r_alloc_sbrk): Use (*real_morecore) in place
	of sbrk; it returns 0 for errors, not -1.
	(r_alloc_init): Set real_morecore to old value of __morecore.
	Don't initialize lim_data or warnlevel, and don't call get_lim_data.
	(memory_warnings): Function removed.

1992-10-12  Roland McGrath  (

	* vm-limit.c (warnfunction): Renamed to warn_function (was used
	(morecore_with_warning, memory_warnings): Change callers (were

1992-10-12  Roland McGrath  (

	* mem-limits.h (start_of_data): Removed extra defn.
	(get_lim_data): Define to return void.

1992-10-12  Roland McGrath  (

	* mem_limits.h: File renamed to mem-limits.h.
	* vm-limit.c, ralloc.c: Changed #includes.

1992-10-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* syntax.c (find_defun_start): scan_buffer returns start of line;
	no need to advance over newline.

	* vm-limit.c (morecore_with_warning):
	Reduce warnlevel when usage drops far enough.
	* ralloc.c (check_memory_limits): Likewise.

	* vm-limit.c (memory_warnings): Renamed from malloc_init.
	Don't set lim_data or warnlevel.  Use start_of_data if start is 0.
	* ralloc.c (memory_warnings): New function; just set warning data.
	Use start_of_data if start is 0.
	* emacs.c (Fdump_emacs, main): Use memory_warnings.

	* mem_limits.h [!emacs]: Don't define POINTER, SIZE or NULL.
	(start_of_data): Define as macro, if !emacs.
	* ralloc.c [!emacs]: Don't include config.h or lisp.h;
	instead, use stddef.h.  Define POINTER, SIZE, EXCEEDS_LISP_PTR.
	* vm-limit.c [!emacs]: Don't include config.h or lisp.h;
	instead, use stddef.h.  Define POINTER, SIZE, EXCEEDS_LISP_PTR.

	* ralloc.c [!emacs] (safe_bcopy): Define as macro using memmove.
	(r_alloc_free): Clear *ptr.
	(r_alloc_init): Renamed from malloc_init.  Take no args.
	Make it static; declare at top of file.
	(r_alloc): Call r_alloc_init, if not initialized yet.
	(r_alloc_initialized): Renamed from malloc_initialized; moved to top.
	(ROUNDUP): Subtract 1, in case arg is already aligned.

	* mem_limits.h (EXCEEDS_LISP_PTR): Renamed from EXCEEDS_ELISP_PTR.
	* vm-limit.c (morecore_with_warning): Use EXCEEDS_LISP_PTR.
	* ralloc.c (check_memory_limits): Use EXCEEDS_LISP_PTR.

1992-10-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (Vlast_event_frame): Make this variable exist even
	when MULTI_FRAME isn't #defined.  People might find it
	necessary for writing correct programs, even when the programs
	don't explicitly use multiple frames.
	(read_char, kbd_buffer_store_event, kbd_buffer_get_event): No need
	to test MULTI_FRAME before setting Vlast_event_frame.
	(syms_of_keyboard): DEFVAR Vlast_event_frame whether or not
	MULTI_FRAME is defined.

	* keyboard.c: Add switch-frame events.
	(Qswitch_frame): New event header symbol.
	(head_table): Include Qswitch_frame in the table of event heads.
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): Detect when a frame switch has occurred,
	and return a frame switch event before the enqueued event.
	(make_lispy_switch_frame): New function.
	(unread_switch_frame): New variable.
	(read_key_sequence): Don't throw away the key sequence if the user
	switches frames in the middle of the sequence.  Instead, when we
	receive a switch-frame event in the middle of a key sequence, save
	it, and stuff it into unread_switch_frame when the sequence
	is complete.
	(read_char): If unread_switch_frame is set, return that value.
	(command_loop_1): No need to check Vlast_event_frame and select
	new frames here; that's taken care of by switch-frame events now.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize and staticpro unread_switch_frame.
	* keyboard.h (Qswitch_frame): Declare this extern.

	* frame.c: #include "commands.h" and "keyboard.h".
	(Fselect_frame): Make this interactive, and accept
	switch-frame events as arguments, so we can bind this function to
	switch-frame events.
	(keys_of_frame): New function; bind switch-frame to Fselect_frame.
	* emacs.c (main): Call keys_of_frame.
	* keymap.c (initial_define_lispy_key): New function, for defining
	non-ascii keys.
	* ymakefile: Note that frame.o depends on commands.h and keyboard.h.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Allow multiple 'e' specs.
	(Finteractive): Doc fix.
	* keyboard.h (this_command_keys, this_command_key_count): Added
	external declarations.

	* keymap.c (access_keymap): Treat bindings for Qt as default
	bindings, when new argument T_OK is non-zero.
	(get_keyelt, Fdefine_key, Flookup_key): Call access_keymap with
	T_OK false.
	* keyboard.c (follow_key, read_key_sequence): Call access_keymap
	with T_OK true.

	* keyboard.c (apply_modifiers): Copy the value of BASE's
	Qevent_kind property to the new symbol.

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Qevent_kind should be initialized
	to intern ("event-kind"), not intern ("event-type").

1992-10-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): If VISIT is a file name,
	use that as file name to visit, and print it in the message.
	Use it for file locking too.

	* m-ibmps2-aix.h [__GNUC__ >= 2] (LIB_STANDARD): Don't define.

1992-10-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile (FLOATSUP): Renamed to FLOAT_SUPPORT.
	(lisp): Rebuild this from loadup.el, using the _SUPPORT macros.

	* ymakefile [HAVE_X_WINDOWS, not NO_X_MENU, HAVE_X11] (LIBXMENU):
	Link against -loldX, to get the association table functions.

	* xterm.c, xrdb.c: #include <stdio.h> before "xterm.h", to avoid
	warnings about redefining NULL under GCC 2.2.2.

1992-10-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* m/pyrmips.h: New file.

	* s/aix3-1.h (PTY_ITERATION, etc.): Defined.

1992-10-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/sparc.h: Include <sys/param.h>, to define the FSCALE constant.

	* ymakefile (YMF_PASS_LDFLAGS): Refer to the prefix-args program
	using "./prefix-args", not just "prefix-args"; some people don't
	have . in their paths.

1992-10-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* Use gcclib if compiling with GCC.

	* fileio.c (directory_file_name): Don't clobber the envvar
	when handling top-level rooted dir.

	* ymakefile (LIB_STANDARD): If ORDINARY_LINK, default this to empty.

	* m/ibmps2-aix.h [USG_SHARED_LIBRARIES]: Define ORDINARY_LINK.

	* unexnext.c: New file.
	* emacs.c (main) [NeXT]: Call malloc_jumpstart.

1992-10-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (window_loop): Pass 2nd arg to Fother_buffer.
	* frame.c (make_frame): Likewise.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Likewise.
	* buffer.c (Fkill_buffer): Likewise.
	(Fswitch_to_buffer, Fpop_to_buffer, Fbury_buffer): Likewise.

1992-10-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Treat mouse clicks on non-text
	areas as if they were prefixed with the symbol denoting the
	area clicked on - `mode-line', etcetera.
	When we throw away an unbound `down-' event, reset mock_input as

	* keyboard.c (Qevent_symbol_element_mask, Qmodifier_cache): Two
	new symbols, used to implement caches on event heads.  These take
	the place of some of the caching that modify_event_symbol used to do.
	(parse_modifiers_uncached, apply_modifiers_uncached,
	lispy_modifier_list, parse_modifiers, apply_modifiers): New
	functions, which replace format_modifiers and reorder_modifiers;
	they can be useful elsewhere too.
	(reorder_modifiers, modify_event_symbol): Re-implement these in
	terms of parse_modifiers and apply_modifiers.  modify_event_symbol
	now uses a much simpler cache, and takes advantage of the caches
	maintained by parse_ and apply_modifiers.
	(follow_key): Don't modify NEXT if KEY has no bindings.
	(read_key_sequence): Drop unbound `down-' events, and turn unbound
	`drag-' events into clicks if that would make them bound.  This
	benefits from the rewriting of the modifier key handling code.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize and intern
	Qevent_symbol_element_mask and Qmodifier_cache.

	* keyboard.c (echo_prompt): Terminate the echo buffer properly
	even when the string is too long to display in the minibuffer.
	(echo_truncate): Just return echoptr - echobuf, rather than
	calling strlen on echobuf.

	* alloc.c (Fmemory_limit): New function.
	(syms_of_alloc): Defsubr it.

	* window.c (SAVE_WINDOW_DATA_SIZE): Define this using sizeof,
	instead of just saying it's 7; that way, we won't get screwed if
	we add members to struct save_window_data.

	* window.c (struct save_window_data): Save the currently selected
	frame, too.
	(Fset_window_configuration): Restore the frame's selected window
	using Fselect_window, and then restore the selected frame using
	(Fcurrent_window_configuration): Record the currently selected
	frame.  Update docstring to describe the information now recorded.

1992-10-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Ultrix select seems to
	return ENOMEM when interrupted.  So, under Ultrix, treat ENOMEM
	like EINTR.

	* keyboard.c (modifier_names): The modifier is named "control",
	not "ctrl".

	* keyboard.c (modify_event_symbol): Make sure that the unmodified
	event header gets the proper properties set on it, by recursing
	and letting the same code build the properties for all event symbols.

	* keyboard.c (Qmouse_click): Fix typo which assigned `mouse-click'
	symbol to Qmouse_movement.

1992-10-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* undo.c (Fprimitive_undo):
	When undoing an insert, move point and then delete.

1992-10-02  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* intervals.c: `copy_intervals' no longer static.

	* intervals.h: Declare `copy_intervals'.

	* buffer.c: #include intervals.h.

	* ymakefile: New macro "INTERVALS", controlled by "USE_INTERVALS",
	which defines the interval include file "intervals.h".
	New entries for "intervals.c" and "textprop.c".

	* lisp.h: Declare Qbuffer_or_string_p.

1992-10-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_find_modifier_meanings): If there are no
	modifiers containing a Meta_ keysym, use the Alt keysyms to
	denote meta.
	(construct_mouse_click): Set the down_modifier bit on mouse
	button press events.
	(XTread_socket): When processing keypress events, use
	x_meta_mod_mask when processing ordinary ASCII characters, not
	just when processing function keys and other non-ASCII events.
	(XTread_socket): If we receive a MappingNotify event with the
	`request' member set to `MappingModifier', then call
	x_find_modifier_meanings to refresh x_meta_mod_mask.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Clean up the way we save
	and restore the frame's size.

	* termhooks.h (struct input_event): Doc fix.
	(NUM_MOUSE_BUTTONS): New constant.
	(click_modifier): New modifier.

	* keyboard.h (EVENT_HAS_PARAMETERS): Definition changed - all events
	are not 5 elements long.
	(EVENT_HEAD): Work correctly on all sorts of events, not just
	events with parameters.
	anymore; this information may appear twice in an event.  These
	are replaced by the POSN_ accessors, which are meant to be
	composed with the EVENT_START and EVENT_END accessors.
	(EVENT_START, EVENT_END): Two new accessors, to get at the
	starting and ending position of an event.
	(POSN_WINDOW_POSN, POSN_TIMESTAMP): New macros, to futher
	diasassemble the values returned by EVENT_START and EVENT_END.
	* keyboard.c (echo_char, read_char): Apply EVENT_HEAD without first
	testing for EVENT_HAS_PARAMETERS; EVENT_HEAD works properly on
	all sorts of events now.
	(read_key_sequence): Use the new accessors to decide in which window
	an event occurred.
	* keymap.c (access_keymap, store_in_keymap,
	Fsingle_key_description): No need to check for
	EVENT_HAS_PARAMETERS before using EVENT_HEAD; the latter now
	works properly on all sorts of events.

	* keyboard.c (Qevent_unmodified): Replaced by...
	(Qevent_symbol_elements): New property.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize and staticpro the latter, not the
	* keyboard.h (Qevent_unmodified): Extern declaration replaced by...
	(Qevent_symbol_elements): This.
	(EVENT_HEAD_UNMODIFIED): Use the Qevent_symbol_elements
	property, rather than the Qevent_unmodified property.

	* keyboard.c (readable_events): This doesn't need to scan and
	discard mouse release events anymore; it just uses
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): No need to skip past mouse release events.

	* keyboard.c (button_down_location): New variable, which
	stores the location at which each button was pressed, so we
	can build a complete drag event when the button is released.
	(make_lispy_event): When a button is pressed, record its
	location in button_down_location, and turn it into a `down'
	event.  When a button is released, compare its release
	location with its press location, and decide whether to call
	it a `click' or `drag' event.
	Change mouse movement events to be arranged like click events.
	(format_modifiers): Note that the click modifier has no
	written representation.
	(modifier_names, modifer_symbols): New variables, used to
	create the Qevent_symbol_elements property.
	(modify_event_symbol): Change the format of the modified
	symbol cache; there are too many modifier bits now to use a
	vector indexed by a modifier mask.  Use an assoc-list instead.
	Document the format of the cache.
	Put the Qevent_symbol_elements property on each new symbol,
	instead of a Qevent_unmodified property.
	(symbols_of_keyboard): Put Qevent_symbol_elements properties on
	the symbols specified in head_table, not Qevent_unmodifed properties.
	Initialize and staticpro modifier_symbols, and staticpro the
	window elements of button_down_location.

	* xmenu.c: #include "keyboard.h".
	(Fx_popup_menu): Use the event accessors defined in keyboard.h,
	instead of writing out cars and cdrs.
	* ymakefile: Note that xmenu.o depends on keyboard.h.

1992-10-02  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* textprop.c: Conditionalize all functions on
	* intervals.c: Conditionalize all functions on
	Removed #include of "screen.h".

	* alloc.c: #include "intervals.h".
	(init_intervals, make_interval,
	mark_interval, mark_interval_tree): New functions conditionally
	(make_uninit_string): Call INITIALIZE_INTERVAL.
	New macros, conditionally defined.
	(mark_object): Call MARK_INTERVAL_TREE in case Lisp_String.
	(gc_sweep): If text properties are in use, place all unmarked
	intervals on the free list.  Call UNMARK_BALANCE_INTERVALS on
	`buffer->intervals' when unmarking `buffer'.
	(compact_strings): Include INTERVAL_PTR_SIZE in calculation for
	target of bcopy when relocating strings.
	(init_alloc_once): Call INIT_INTERVALS.
	(make_pure_string): Include INTERVAL_PTR_SIZE in calculation of
	Moved static declaration of `mark_object' and other functions up
	in the file.

	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Call offset_intervals if
	text was actually inserted.
	#include "intervals.h".

1992-09-30  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* data.c: Qbuffer_or_string_p added.

	* syntax.c (describe_syntax): Use insert_char to insert `match'.

	* buffer.c (reset_buffer): Do INITIALIZE_INTERVAL on the buffer's
	interval component.
	(Fkill_buffer): Likewise.

	* editfns.c (make_buffer_string): Call copy_intervals_to_string.
	(Finsert_buffer_substring): Call graft_intervals_into_buffer.
	#include "intervals.h".

	* insdel.c: #include "intervals.h"
	(prepare_to_modify_buffer): Call verify_interval_modification.
	(insert_from_string): Call offset_intervals and
	(del_range): Call offset_intervals.
	(insert): Call offset_intervals.

	* emacs.c: #include "intervals.h".
	(main): Call syms_of_textprop.  This is only really present if
	Emacs is compiled with USE_TEXT_PROPERTIES defined.

	* buffer.h: New macro TEMP_SET_PT.  If intervals are used, SET_PT
	and TEMP_SET_PT are function calls.
	Similarly for BUF_SET_PT and BUF_TEMP_SET_PT.
	Added DECLARE_INTERVALS to buffer structure to conditionally
	compile an interval tree into it.

	* intervals.h: Declare temp_set_point.

1992-09-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile (config.h): Doc fix.

1992-09-30  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* Added a slot for definition of USE_TEXT_PROPERTIES,
	controlling compilation of interval code.
	If using GNUC, support inline functions.

	* lisp.h: Conditionally define interval structure and macros.
	Add DECLARE_INTERVALS to struct Lisp_String.

1992-09-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (Fother_buffer): Add back the VISIBLE_OK argument.  It
	got removed with no comment or ChangeLog entry, and
	append-to-buffer uses it.

	* window.c (struct save_window_data): Add a member called
	focus_frame, to save and restore the screen's focus frame.
	(Fset_window_configuration): Redirect the frame's focus as
	indicated in the window configuration.
	(Fcurrent_window_configuration): Record the frame's current focus.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Don't bother to save the current
	frame's focus, and have read_minibuf_unwind restore it; saving and
	restoring the window configurations will take care of that.
	(read_minibuf_unwind): Don't worry about restoring the frame's focus.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Don't select the frame
	just because we restored its configuration.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Don't forget to set the
	frame's selected window when we can't call Fselect_window.

	* xterm.c (x_meta_mod_mask): New variable, indicating which X
	modifier bits denote meta keys.
	(x_find_modifier_meanings): New function, to set x_meta_mod_mask.
	(x_convert_modifiers): Use that.
	(x_term_init): Call x_find_modifier_meanings.

	* data.c (Fmake_local_variable): If SYM forwards to a C variable,
	swap in the value for the current buffer immediately.

	* lisp.h: Doc elaboration for Lisp_Buffer_Local_Value.

1992-09-29  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* textprop.c (Ferase_text_properties): Merge intervals when

1992-09-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* xselect.c (Qcut_buffer0): Symbol removed; we're using a new
	interface to the cut buffer now.
	(NUM_CUT_BUFFERS, cut_buffer_atom, cut_buffer_value)
	(cut_buffer_cached, cut_buffer_just_set): New variables.
	(Fx_own_selection, Fx_selection_value): Dike out the code to
	handle CUT_BUFFER0 requests.
	(Fx_get_cut_buffer, Fx_set_cut_buffer, x_watch_cut_buffer_cache)
	(x_invalidate_cut_buffer_cache): New functions.
	(syms_of_xselect): Don't bother to initialize Qcut_buffer0.
	Initialize and staticpro cut_buffer_value, and defsubr
	Sx_get_cut_buffer and Sx_set_cut_buffer.
	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Pass PropertyNotify events from the
	root window to x_invalidate_cut_buffer_cache.
	(x_term_init): Call x_watch_cut_buffer_cache here.

	* keymap.c (access_keymap): Don't forget to QUIT while scanning
	the keymap.

	* keyboard.c (recent_keys): This needs to be staticpro'ed.  Change
	it from a C array, which is a pain in the neck to staticpro, into
	a lisp vector, which is easier.
	(read_char, Frecent_keys): Access recent_keys as a lisp vector,
	not a C array.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Set recent_keys to be a vector, and staticpro it.

	* ymakefile (xfns.o): This doesn't depend on xselect.c.

	* xterm.h (ROOT_WINDOW): Use the DefaultScreen macro, not the
	XDefaultScreen function.

	* frame.c (Fdelete_frame): Call Fselect_frame with the appropriate
	number of arguments.

	* data.c (Frem): Use the `fmod' function under SunOS, Ultrix, and
	HP/UX, not just under USG systems.

	* buffer.c (Fbury_buffer): This used to undisplay the buffer being
	buried only if the BUFFER argument was nil.  Instead, undisplay the
	buffer whenever it's displayed in the selected window, no matter
	how it was specified by BUFFER.  This is how it behaves in 18.58,
	and I can't find any ChangeLog entry in 18.58 or 19.0 saying why
	they differ.  Fix the doc string accordingly.

1992-09-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* frame.c (Fselect_frame, Fframe_root_window)
	(Fframe_selected_window, Fnext_frame, Fmake_frame_visible)
	(Fmake_frame_invisible, Ficonify_frame): Doc fixes.

	* ralloc.c: Since the users of the relocating allocation code
	handle memory exhaustion, it's better to return an error code to
	them than to call abort.
	(obtain): If we cannot allocate more memory, don't call
	abort.  Instead, return non-zero iff the allocation is successful.
	(get_more_space): If obtain fails, return zero.
	(get_bloc): Return zero if we can't allocate the new bloc.
	(r_alloc_sbrk): Return zero if we can't allocate more memory.
	(r_alloc): If we can't allocate more memory, set *PTR to zero and
	return zero.
	(r_re_alloc): If we can't allocate more memory, leave *PTR
	unchanged, and return zero.

	* ralloc.c (warnfunction): Renamed to warn_function; users changed.

1992-09-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* insdel.c (del_range): Call record_delete before updating point.

	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Do record_insert, then inc MODIFF.

	* undo.c (record_delete): Record pos before the deletion.
	(Fprimitive_undo): Go back to recorded position.

1992-09-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (delete_all_subwindows): Save the window's buffer in
	its `height' field; we may need to know the window's old buffer
	once we have restored it from a window configuration.
	(Fset_window_configuration): When we restore a window, if its
	`height' field is a buffer, restore its `buffer' field from that.
	This allows us to leave the window's buffer unchanged if the
	buffer recorded in the configuration is dead.

	* window.c (delete_all_subwindows): Removed unused variable named

1992-09-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_char): If we're returning an event from a
	macro, set Vlast_event_frame to Qmacro, instead of leaving it set
	to the frame of the previous real event.
	(read_key_sequence): If Vlast_event_frame isn't a frame, don't
	bother switching buffers.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Doc fix for Vlast_event_frame.
	(Vlast_event_frame): Doc fix.

	* termhooks.h (alt_modifier, hyper_modifier, super_modifier)
	(down_modifier, drag_modifier): New modifiers, to support the new
	input system.  Re-arranged modifiers so that their bits are in
	canonical order; this makes reorder_modifiers slightly simpler.
	* keyboard.c (format_modifiers, reorder_modifiers): Handle the new
	modifier bits.

	* keymap.c (access_keymap): Remove code to notice bindings for

1992-09-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* xmenu.c (single_keymap_panes): Handle vectors properly.

1992-09-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Fwhere_is_internal): Don't forget to advance map to
	the next element when we find something that is neither a vector
	nor a cons.  Don't forget to QUIT in the appropriate places,

1992-09-23  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* textprop.c (Fset_text_properties): Merge adjacent intervals with
	the same properties.
	(Fnext_single_property_change, Fprevious_single_property_change):
	New subrs.

	* intervals.c (merge_interval_left, merge_interval_right): Abort
	if caller tries to merge first (or last, respectively) interval.
	Delete the interval node after merging.
	(copy_intervals): Use `split_interval_right' rather than creating
	new intervals with make_new_interval and attaching them
	(verify_interval_modification): Changed error message.  GCPRO
	hooks before calling Fnreverse, and correctly Fcdr down the list.
	Also, don't cons multiple copies of the same consecutive
	modification hook.
	(temp_set_point): New function.
	(set_point): Call point-left and point-entered hooks if moving
	between text with different properties.  Use the old and new
	positions as arguments to these calls.

	* intervals.c, intervals.h (map_intervals, make_buffer_interval)
	(make_string_interval, run_hooks): Deleted.

1992-09-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (DENSE_TABLE_SIZE): Doc fix.
	(keymap_table): Function removed; this function exists only to
	support an incorrect understanding of the format of keymaps.
	(access_keymap, store_in_keymap, Fcopy_keymap)
	(Faccessible_keymaps): Correctly handle vectors at any point in the
	keymap; don't assume it must be at the front.
	(describe_map): Instead of calling describe_vector on the vector
	in the cadr of the keymap (if present) and then calling
	describe_alist to do the rest, just call describe_map_2.
	(describe_alist): Renamed to describe_map_2; call describe_vector
	when we encounter a vector in the list.
	* xmenu.c (single_keymap_panes): Comment out the code which
	tries to handle a dense keymap's table; it uses keymap_table, and
	the rest of the code never uses the table contents anyway.

	* keymap.c (access_keymap, store_in_keymap): Clarify error message
	for non-ASCII characters.

	* process.c [SIGCHLD && !BSD && !UNIPLUS && !HPUX]
	(create_process): #if 0 out the code which sets the child's
	handler for SIGCHLD to sigchld; the code which gives sigchld its
	value has been diked out under these CPP symbols, so this should
	be diked out too.

	* indent.c (Fmove_to_column): Pass the right number of arguments
	to Findent_to.

1992-09-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* emacs.c (emacs_priority): Doc fix.
	(main): Use nice, not setpriority; we just need a
	simple, portable call to nice here.
	* callproc.c (child_setup): Use nice, not setpriority.
	* sysdep.c (sys_suspend): Don't try to use "nice (- nice (0))" to
	set the subshell's priority to normal; nice doesn't return a
	defined value on all systems.  Instead, since emacs_priority gives
	the priority that Emacs was nastied to, we can use it to reset the
	priority in a straightforward way.
	[BSD4_1], [USG], [VMS] (setpriority): Remove dummy and
	compatibility definitions of setpriority.

	* keymap.c (access_keymap): Return the binding of Qt as the
	binding for all unbound characters.

	* fileio.c (syms_of_fileio): Don't try to defsubr Sunix_sync
	unless it's actually been defined - that is, if unix is #defined.

	* xrdb.c (x_get_resource): Cast the value being assigned to
	ret_value->addr, rather than ret_value->addr itself; only GCC
	allows you to cast lvalues.

	* eval.c (unbind_catch): Do the long-jump here.  Take a VALUE
	argument, which specifies the value to return to the catch, or the
	data to give to the condition handler.  Renamed to
	unwind_to_catch, to reflect new role.
	(Fsignal, Fthrow): Removed code to set catch tag value and do the
	long-jump; this is taken care of by unwind_to_catch.

1992-09-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* alloc.c (mark_object): Avoid car recursion on cons with nil in cdr.
	Avoid recursion on constants-vector of a compiled function.

	* oldXMenu: Symlink deleted; anything that uses it needs fixing
	in any case to work properly on systems without symlinks.

1992-09-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/sol2.h: New file.

	* fileio.c: Don't include sys/dir.h.

	* s/usg5-4.h (LIBS_SYSTEM): Move non-default libraries here.
	(ORDINARY_LINK): Defined.

	* ymakefile [ORDINARY_LINK]: Default LD to $(CC)
	and make START_FILES and LIB_STANDARD empty.
	(C_SWITCH_X_MACHINE, C_SWITCH_X_SYSTEM): New macros, default empty.
	(CFLAGS): Use them.

1992-09-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (${etc}DOC): Use OBJECTS_SYSTEM and OBJECTS_MACHINE.

	* dired.c [VMS]: Include string.h, rms.h, rmsdef.h.
	[VMS] (Ffile_version_limit): New function.

	* sysdep.c (sys_suspend): Read EMACS_PARENT_PID envvar for parent.

	* syntax.c (scan_lists): When searching back for comment:
	if comment-end is 2 chars, assume it does end a comment.
	Otherwise, scan back to previous comment-end to see if there's
	a comment starter between.  Also record whether the string quotes
	between the start and the end are paired and uniform.
	If so, skip to comment starter.  If not, scan from start of
	defun to find comment starter if any.
	(find_defun_start): New function.

	* alloc.c (mark_object): Save last 500 values of objptr.
	Check for clobberage of ptr, when marking a vector.

1992-09-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* keymap.c (get_keyelt): Skip menu help string after menu item name.

1992-09-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (Fget_buffer_create): Doc fix.

	* lisp.h (struct handler): Remove the poll_suppress_count member
	of this structure; it is always equal to the poll_suppress_count
	of its catchtag structure.  The non-local exit code in eval.c is
	difficult enough to understand as it is; needless duplication
	doesn't help.
	* eval.c (Fcondition_case): Rearranged for clarity.  Don't worry
	about setting h.poll_suppress_count; it's guaranteed to be the
	same as c.poll_suppress_count.
	(internal_condition_case): Don't worry about
	(Fsignal): Use h->tag->poll_suppress_count instead of

	* eval.c (Fsignal): It's okay for the debugger to return to the
	caller if the caller was signalling a quit.

	* eval.c (unbind_catch): Restore the polling suppression count
	here, instead of in Fsignal and Fthrow.
	(Fthrow, Fsignal): Don't restore the polling suppression count here.

	* lisp.h (struct specbinding, struct handler): More documentation.
	* eval.c (struct catchtag): More documentation.

1992-09-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (LIBX): Don't use -loldX.

1992-09-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* minibuf.c (get_minibuffer): Enable undo in minibuffers.

1992-09-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (LIBXMENU): Check NO_X_MENU, not HAVE_X_MENU
	* emacs.c (main): Use X menu code if HAVE_X_WINDOWS and not NO_X_MENU.
	* keyboard.c (read_char_menu_prompt): Likewise.

	* Delete everything about config.h.

	* emacs.c: Eliminate HIGHPRI as compilation option.
	(emacs_priority): New C variable, also Lisp variable.
	(main): Set the priority iff emacs_priority is nonzero.

1992-09-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (entering_debugger): Variable renamed
	when_entered_debugger, and is now a timestamp based on
	(init_eval): Initialize when_entered_debugger, not
	(call_debugger): Set when_entered_debugger to the current value of
	(find_handler_clause): Don't call debugger unless
	num_nonmacro_input_chars is greater than when_entered_debugger;
	that way, we won't call the debugger unless the user has had a
	chance to take control.
	(Fbacktrace): Don't clear entering_debugger here.
	* keyboard.h (num_nonmacro_input_chars): Added extern declaration
	for this.

	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): After testing for a QUIT, clear Vquit_flag.
	Otherwise, if Fy_or_n_p is called while Vinhibit_quit is true and
	the user presses C-g, this function goes into an infinite loop.

	* dispnew.c (get_display_line): Don't abort if the frame is
	invisible; since unmap events are handled at the interrupt level,
	a screen may become invisible at any time.

1992-09-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fverify_visited_file_modtime):
	Pass buffer itself to handler, if have handler.
	(Fwrite_region): GCPRO around Fexpand_file_name, Ffile_name_directory.
	(Fread_file_name_internal): GCPRO around file name manip.
	(Ffile_writable_p, Ffile_readable_p): Use abspath, not filename,
	(Ffile_executable_p, Ffile_exists_p): to run the handler.
	(Fset_file_modes, Ffile_directory_p, Ffile_modes): Likewise.
	(Ffile_newer_than_file_p): GCPRO around expand_and_dir_to_file.

1992-09-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/bsd4-3.h: Give the BSD4_3 and BSD symbols the same numeric
	definitions they'll get in <sys/param.h>, to avoid warnings.

	* m/hp9000s300.h: Don't include <sys/wait.h>.  This really
	shouldn't be necessary.
	(BIG_ENDIAN): Define this as "4321", to agree with
	<machines/endian.h>, and avoid warnings.

	* systime.h: Re-arrange inclusion of <sys/time.h> and <time.h> so
	that they don't both get included under BSD, and do both get
	included under AIX.

	* xdisp.c (display_mode_line): If the only other frames are
	minibuffer frames, don't name the frame after the in the selected
	window.  We can use Fnext_frame to do this test easily.

1992-09-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (Faccept_process_output): Initialize useconds.

	* keyboard.c (num_nonmacro_input_chars): New variable.
	(read_char): Use num_nonmacro_input_chars to decide on auto-save & gc.
	Increment it when appropriate.
	(record_auto_save): Use num_nonmacro_input_chars.

	* fileio.c (Ffile_name_directory, Ffile_name_nondirectory):
	(Ffile_name_as_directory, Fdirectory_file_name, Fexpand_file_name):
	Call find_file_handler.
	(syms_of_fileio): Set up Qfile_name_directory, etc.
	(Fcopy_file): Call find_file_handler for newname as well as for filename.
	(syms_of_fileio): Initialize Vfile_name_handler_alist.

1992-09-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Remove the 'K' interactive
	code, in favor of 'e'; that's a better name.

1992-09-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/esix5r4.h: New file.

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes): Handle VDSUSP like V_DSUSP.
	Turn off IEXTEN if it exists.
	* systty.h (CDISABLE): New macro; may be defined from CDEL.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Bind inhibit-quit to t when in Fsit_for.

1992-09-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* Add comments starting with "# DIST: " explaining
	that this gets munged by the configure script.

1992-09-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-aix3-1.h (HAVE_GETHOSTNAME): Defined.

1992-09-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* frame.c (choose_minibuf_frame): Abort if the selected frame has
	nil in its minibuffer_window slot; this shouldn't happen any more.
	* window.c (minibuffer_window): Accept an optional FRAME argument;
	if specified, return the minibuffer used by that frame.

	* keymap.c (describe_buffer_bindings): Adjust key_heading to match
	the format used by describe_map_tree.  Also, don't reprint the
	"key    binding" header above the global bindings if we've already
	printed it for the local bindings; it's clear enough that the
	columns mean the same thing as above.

1992-09-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* ralloc.c (r_re_alloc): Instead of allocating a new bloc at the
	end of the heap, copying the data to it, and then freeing the
	original bloc, just expand the original block.  This saves a copy
	and a call to sbrk, and also removes the large spike in memory
	allocation that would occur when resizing large buffers.  And it's
	less code.

	* keyboard.h (Vkeyboard_translate_table): Declare this extern
	here, so describe_buffer_bindings can use it.
	* keymap.c (describe_buffer_bindings): Declare buf and bufend...

1992-09-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* systime.h: Always #include <time.h>, not just when NEED_TIME_H
	is defined.  It gets us struct tm.  #include <sys/time.h> whenever
	HAVE_TIMEVAL is defined and NEED_TIME_H isn't.

	* systime.h: Note that the tz_dsttime field of the struct timezone
	returned by gettimeofday doesn't say whether daylight saving is
	_currently- active; rather it specifies whether it is *ever*
	(EMACS_GET_TZ_OFFSET_AND_SAVINGS): Removed `savings_flag'
	argument, and renamed to EMACS_GET_TZ_OFFSET.  Don't try to
	extract savings information.  EMACS_CURRENT_TIME_ZONE should call
	localtime to figure out whether DST is active.

	* m/hp9000s300.h: #include <sys/wait.h> before doing anything
	else, to avoid conflicts between the system's and Emacs's
	definitions of BIG_ENDIAN.

	* keymap.c (describe_buffer_bindings): Set the current buffer to
	descbuf before calling current_minor_maps; that function's value
	depends on the values of buffer-local variables.  Don't set the
	current buffer to Vstandard_output until afterwards.

	* keymap.c (describe_buffer_bindings): If
	Vkeyboard_translate_table is in effect, describe its effects.

	* frame.c (Fnext_frame): Doc fix.

	* frame.c (prev_frame): #if 0'd out; nobody uses this.

	* frame.c (next_frame): The logic which determines whether a frame
	is acceptable to return was misarranged; rewrote it.
	(prev_frame): Same thing.

1992-09-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* syntax.c (scan_lists): Improve smarts for backwards scan of comments.
	Don't modify comstyle inside that loop.
	If string quotes don't match up, don't take value from OFROM;
	instead, parse forward using scan_sexps_forward.
	(scan_sexps_forward): Return value via a pointer passed in.
	New element in state contains char addr of last comment-starter seen.
	(Fparse_partial_sexp): Change call to scan_sexps_forward.

1992-09-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* xmenu.c (xmenu_show): If no panes, just return.

	* keyboard.c (last_nonmenu_event): New var.
	(syms_of_keyboard): New Lisp var.
	(read_key_sequence): Use that instead of prev_event.
	* commands.h (last_nonmenu_event): Declared.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): For `K', use last_nonmenu_event.
	Make `e' alias for `K'.

1992-09-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_string): Change docstring to
	indicate that we will probably add the timezone to the end,
	now that we have it available on many systems.

	* xrdb.c: Don't include <X11/Xos.h>.  Under R4, it stupidly
	insists on defining SIGCHLD, even if it already has a definition.
	(file_p): Use the constant 4 instead of R_OK; empirically, the
	number is more portable than the symbol if you count the #include
	hair you have to go through to get R_OK defined.  Ffile_readable_p
	does this too.

	* xterm.c (x_wm_set_size_hint): Set the base_width and base_height
	members of size_hints, if they're available (X11R4 and after);
	otherwise, approximate the right thing, by using min_width and
	min_height as the base size.

1992-09-02  Barry A. Warsaw  (

	Extended syntax.c in the following ways to support up to 2
	orthogonal comment styles per mode.  This is needed for C++.
	Bit 6 of syntax table entry for a character indicates
	it is part of the `b' comment style.  Otherwise it is
	part of the `a' style.
	* syntax.h (SYNTAX_COMMENT_STYLE): New macro.
	* syntax.c (Fmodify_syntax_entry): Set that flag for `b'.
	(describe_syntax): Print the `b' flag.
	(scan_lists, scan_sexps_forward): Handle the new flag.
	(Fparse_partial_sexp): Return new element in value.

1992-09-02  Roland McGrath  (

	* fileio.c (syms_of_fileio): Doc fix for Vfile_name_handler_alist.

1992-09-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): When performing the
	FRAME_FOCUS_FRAME redirection, don't modify the frame field of
	the event; that fatally corrupts mouse click events.  Instead,
	just perform the redirection on the value assigned to

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Don't try to get the
	`enable-recursive-minibuffers' property from FUNCTION unless
	FUNCTION is actually a symbol; there are some cases where a key
	sequence is bound directly to a lambda form, and there's no reason
	to break these.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Don't signal an error
	if the frame size saved in the window configuration doesn't
	match the frame's current size; instead, temporarily resize
	the frame while installing the window configuration.  This is
	important because using the minibuffer saves and restores the
	current window configuration, and you don't want to signal an
	error just because the user resized the frame while using the

	* doc.c (Fsnarf_documentation): Signal an error if this is
	called in a dumped Emacs.

	* alloc.c (mark_object): Mark a symbol's name after marking its
	value, function, and property list rather than before; this way,
	symbols' names are readable, giving us a chance to detect some
	kinds of heap corruption.

1992-09-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c (__main, __do_global_dtors): New dummy functions.
	(__do_global_ctors_aux, __do_global_ctors): Fix typo in fn names.

1992-09-01  Jim Blandy  (

	* prefix-args.c: New file.  See comment at top of file.
	* ymakefile (YMF_PASS_LDFLAGS): Use the prefix-args program to
	affix the -Xlinker prefix to the linker arguments.
	(prefix-args): New target.
	(temacs): Depend on prefix-args.

	* xterm.c (x_catch_errors): Don't forget to initialize
	x_caught_error_message to the null string, so x_check_errors can
	tell when an error has occurred.

	* unexmips.c (mark_x): Declare this as static void at the top of
	the file and at the function definition.

	* keyboard.c (input_available_signal): Declare this to return

	* xrdb.c (getuid): Declare this to return short.

	* s/bsd4-3.h: Remove definition of SIGTYPE macro; Mt. Xinu says
	it's int, but Ultrix says it's void.  Since the SIGTYPE guessing
	code in the `configure' script gives the correct answer for both
	of these cases, there's no point in listing it here.

	* systime.h (EMACS_CURRENT_TIMEZONE): Change documentation to
	indicate that *OFFSET should be set to the number of minutes EAST
	of Greenwich, which is what Ed Reingold says real time gurus want.
	Changed the definition of the EMACS_GET_TZ_OFFSET_AND_SAVINGS
	macro to reflect this.  Buggily, the Fcurrent_time_zone function
	was already expecting minutes east of GMT.

	* (distclean): Remove backups from the `m' and `s'
	directories, too.

	* m/mips.h: Merge changes from Emacs 18.58:
	[NEWSOS5]: Changes so this file can be used with s/newsos5.h.
	(SIGN_EXTEND_CHAR): Define this using a cast to signed char.  I
	guess the MIPS compiler and its derivatives all have this type.
	(HAVE_ALLOCA, C_ALLOCA): Define the former if we're compiling with
	GCC, and the latter otherwise.
	(C_SWITCH_MACHINE): Defined, instead of C_SWITCH_SYSTEM.
	(LINKER): Defined, if BSD.
	(XUINT, XSET, XUNMARK): Add parentheses to eliminate warnings from
	GCC.  Reindent to fit in 80 columns.
	INHIBIT_BSD_TIME prevents including bsd/sys/time.h.
	* s/newsos5.h: New file for Sony NEWS-OS release 5, courtesy of
	Chris Hanson <>.

	* m/mips.h: Don't undefine LOAD_AVE_TYPE; the comment says that
	Emacs 19 has the crocks to handle it properly.

	* m/pmax.h: Merge changes from Emacs 18.58:
	(LIB_STANDARD, COFF, TERMINFO): Cancel out definitions from
	m/mips.h which are only appropriate for USG.
	(MAIL_USE_FLOCK, HAVE_UNION_WAIT): Do define these.
	(LINKER): Don't define this.
	[OSF1]: Undef C_ALLOCA, define HAVE_ALLOCA.

	* s/osf1.h: New file.

	* s/bsd4-3.h: Merge changes from Emacs 18.58:
	(BSD, BSD4_3): Just define these, don't fret about numerical
	values or version numbers.

	* m/hp9000s300.h: Merge changes from Emacs 18.58, and hp300bsd.h:
	Change configuration note to say it's okay to use this file for BSD.
	Add comment saying that NOMULTIPLEJOBS must be defined for
	versions of HP/UX before 6.5.
	Don't define BIG_ENDIAN if it seems that <endian.h> has already
	done so.
	[BSD4_3] Define m68000, instead of hp9000s300; crt0.c uses these
	to decide what sort of startup code to use.
	[not BSD4_3] Under HP/UX, always define the BSD memory functions
	(bcopy, bzero, and bcmp) in terms of the SYSV string functions
	(memcpy, memset, and memcmp), not just under HP/UX 5; version 6's
	BSD compatibility library has reported bugs in `signal'.
	(NEED_BSDTTY): Move this symbol's definition inside the "not
	BSD4_3" conditional, since it's only relevant to HP/UX.
	* m/hp300bsd.h: File deleted, since m/hp9000s300.h now
	works with both HP/UX and BSD; it includes m/hp300bsd.h's

	* m/hp9000s300.h: Remove definition for SIGN_EXTEND_CHAR; this is
	only used by the regexp code, which has its own portable
	definition these days.

1992-08-31  Richard Stallman  (

	* keymap.c (Fmake_sparse_keymap): New optional arg.  Callers changed.
	(Fmake_keymap): Likewise.

	* emacs.c (__do_global_ctors, __do_global_ctors_aux): New dummy fns.
	(__CTOR_LIST__, __DTOR_LIST__): New dummy variables.

	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): Always call record_auto_save.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Call read_char_menu_prompt here.
	Accept 4 new args to pass to it.  Include them in recursive call.
	Don't delay before starting echo if prev_event was a mouse event.
	Test for eof in batch mode now understands C is a Lisp_Object.
	(read_key_sequence): Don't call it here; always call read_char.
	Don't change last_event_buffer after a mouse menu input.
	(read_char_menu_prompt): Arg PROMPT deleted.
	Return nil if nothing to do.

	* xmenu.c (Fx_popup_menu): Treat coords relative to spec'd window.
	(single_keymap_panes): New function; contains guts of keymap_panes.
	If a command binding for submenu has a prompt string starting with @,
	make a separate pane for it at this level.

	* xfns.c (Fx_track_pointer): Pass new args to read_char.
	(Fx_select_region, Fx_horizontal_line): Likewise.
	* lread.c (Fread_char): Pass new args to read_char.
	(Fread_event, Fread_char_exclusive): Likewise.
	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): Pass new args to read_char.

1992-08-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Keep track of prev_event.
	Pass new proper args to read_char_menu_prompt.
	(read_char_menu_prompt): New arg prev_event.  Use Fx_popup_menu.
	Handle any number of keymaps, not just LOCAL and GLOBAL.
	Invert meaning of arg PROMPT.  Test of menu_prompting was backwards.

	* keymap.c (keymap_table): No longer static.

	* xmenu.c (keymap_panes): New function.
	(Fx_popup_menu): Accept keymap or list of keymaps as MENU argument.
	Accept mouse button event as POSITION argument.

1992-08-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* cmds.c (internal_self_insert): Assume Fexpand_abbrev expanded
	something if it incremented MODIFF.

1992-08-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexmips.c (unexec): Allow sections in any order.
	Adjust addresses of rdata section as well as data section.

	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): Made buffer-display-table,
	buffer-field-list and buffer-undo-list allow any type of value.

1992-08-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c (Fappend): Doc fix.

1992-08-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/usg5-4.h: Incorporate changes from 18.58:
	(LIBX10_SYSTEM): Undefine this.
	(GNULIB): Definition deleted -- done in ymakefile.
	(HAVE_TCATTR): Defined.

	* xfns.c (x_icon): Don't call x_wm_set_icon_positions if the user
	hasn't specified the icon position.  Let the window manager put
	the icon where it likes.

	* xterm.c (x_make_frame_invisible): Don't forget to check the
	return value of XWithdrawWindow; it could indicate that the window
	wasn't successfully redrawn.

	* sysdep.c (init_baud_rate): Re-arranged order of conditionals -
	test TERMIOS before TERMIO; when two options might both be
	defined, test the most recent first, so that the most recent
	functions get used.

	* sysdep.c [HAVE_TERMIO] (init_baud_rate): Don't use tcgetattr
	unless HAVE_TCATTR is defined.  Only very rarely do termio systems
	have the tc{get,set}attr macros.

	* window.c (coordinates_in_window): Do not assume that all
	one-line windows are the minibuffer, or that all minibuffers are
	one line high.  Use MINI_WINDOW_P.

	* systerm.h: Renamed to systty.h, to be more consistent with
	everything else in Unix.
	* dispnew.c, emacs.c, keyboard.c, process.c, sysdep.c: #include
	directive changed.
	* ymakefile: References to systerm.h changed.

	* s/usg5-3.h: Merged changes from 18.58:

1992-08-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (WCOREDUMP): Define only if not defined.
	(create_process) [HAVE_SETSID]: Use TIOCSCTTY if exists.

1992-08-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): Call Fsleep_for with the appropriate
	number of arguments.
	* fns.c (Fyes_or_no_p): Same.

	* dispnew.c (update_frame): Change the way we handle
	cursor_in_echo_area.  Firstly, ignore this if the frame we're
	updating doesn't have a minibuffer.  Secondly, don't handle the
	selected frame specially.  Thirdly, don't assume that the
	minibuffer is only one line high.  If cursor_in_echo_area < 0, put
	the cursor in the upper-left corner; if cursor_in_echo_area > 0,
	put it on the lowest non-empty line in the minibuffer window, or
	on the top line.

	* dispnew.c (direct_output_for_insert): Fail if
	cursor_in_echo_area is set; we don't want to do the typing there.
	(direct_output_for_insert): Same.

1992-08-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_make_frame_invisible): Use XWithdrawWindow when
	available [HAVE_X11R4]; send the UnmapNotify event when
	appropriate [HAVE_X11]; just unmap the window if that's all that's
	needed [not HAVE_X11].

	* xterm.c (x_set_text_property): Removed; it's only called from
	one place.  Who wants *another* layer of indirection?
	* xfns.c (x_set_name): Use XSetWM{Name,IconName} when available
	[HAVE_X11R4], or XSetIconName and XStoreName otherwise.

	* xterm.h (FRAME_X_WINDOW): New macro, for readability.
	* xterm.c, xfns.c, xselect.c: Use it.

	* emacs.c (Fkill_emacs): Doc fix.
	(syms_of_emacs): Doc fix for Vkill_emacs_hook.

	* xterm.c (x_death_handler): Renamed to x_connection_closed.
	(x_term_init): Use x_connection_closed as the SIGPIPE handler.

	* xterm.c (acceptable_x_error_p, x_handler_error_gracefully,
	x_error_handler): Removed; you can't catch X errors this way,
	since you can't perform X operations from within an X error
	handler, and even though we call error, we're still within an X
	error handler.
	(x_error_quitter, x_error_catcher): New functions, for panicking
	on and catching X protocol errors.
	(x_caught_error_message): Buffer for caught X errors.
	(x_catch_errors, x_check_errors, x_uncatch_errors): New functions
	for catching errors.
	(x_term_init): Set the error handler to x_error_quitter, rather
	than x_error_handler.
	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_color): Use x_catch_errors, x_check_errors,
	and x_uncatch errors to avoid crashing if the user selects an
	odd cursor.

	* xterm.c (x_proto_requests): Removed; it's not important.

	* xterm.c (events): Array removed; it's not used.

	* xfns.c (select_visual): Use XVisualIDFromVisual when available

	* xrdb.c (get_user_db): Use XResourceManagerString when available

	* window.c (change_window_height): If the size of the window will
	shrink below the minimum, this code would only try to delete it if
	it had a parent.  Well, even if the window doesn't have a parent,
	you want Fdelete_window to signal an error, since you're trying to
	resize one of the undeleteable windows into nothingness.  So call
	Fdelete_window even if the window doesn't have a parent.

	* window.c (MINSIZE): Add kludge so that the minibuffer is always
	allowed to shrink to one line in height.
	(MINSIZE, CURBEG, CURSIZE): Change these so that their argument
	are always Lisp_Objects, not struct window *'s.
	(change_window_height): Changed accordingly.

1992-08-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* frame.h (struct frame): New member - explicit_name.
	* frame.c (make_frame): Clear it.
	* xfns.c (x_set_name): Take new argument EXPLICIT, instead of
	(x_explicitly_set_name, x_implicitly_set_name): New functions.
	(x_frame_parms): Use x_explicitly_set_name here.
	(x_window): Use x_implicitly_set_name here.
	* xdisp.c (display_mode_line): Use x_implicitly_set_name here.

	* xterm.c (x_wm_hints): Variable deleted.  This has to be
	per-screen.  Duh.
	* xterm.h (struct x_display): New member: wm_hints.
	* xterm.c (x_wm_set_window_state, x_wm_set_icon_pixmap,
	x_wm_set_icon_position): Use F->wm_hints, rather than x_wm_hints.
	(x_term_init): Don't initialize x_wm_hints here.
	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): Instead, initialize f->x_wm_hints

	* xterm.c (x_set_text_property): Properly balance the BLOCK_INPUTs
	and UNBLOCK_INPUTs.  And remember that VALUE is the string we want
	to set the name to, not PROPERTY.

1992-08-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* frame.c (make_minibuffer_frame): Don't set this to auto-raise by
	default.  It's annoying.

	* frame.c (make_minibuffer_frame): Set the prev field of the
	minibuffer window on a minibuffer-only frame to Qnil, rather than
	having it point to itself.  This confuses code (Fprevious_window
	and change_window_height, for example), and is only an attempt to
	support a convention that can't really be used in Emacs 19 anymore.
	* window.h: Document the fact that we can no longer assume that
	the minibuffer's previous window is the root window, since a
	minibuffer window in a minibuffer-only frame has a prev field of
	* frame.h [not MULTI_FRAME] (FRAME_ROOT_WINDOW): Define this by
	reference to the_only_frame.root_window, rather than by assuming
	that minibuf_window->prev is the root window.  While this is true
	in the non-multi-frame case, we want to discourage this assumption
	in code.
	* dispnew.c [not MULTI_FRAME] (Fredraw_display): Use
	FRAME_ROOT_WINDOW instead of minibuf_window->prev.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay, init_xdisp): Same.
	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Removed #if 0'd code which
	assumes that minibuf_window is on the same frame as the window
	configuration.  Removed special case for windows whose prevs
	point to themselves.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Rename the argument from
	ARG to CONFIGURATION, so it matches the docstring.  The
	make-docfile program cares.

	* window.c [MULTI_FRAME] (syms_of_window): Don't staticpro
	minibuf_window; the frame list will take care of it.

	* xterm.h (HAVE_X11R4): Since we can autodetect this, and can
	write code more likely to be future-compatible, define this when
	* xterm.c (x_set_text_property): Define this appropriately for
	X11R3 and X11R4.

	* xterm.c (x_set_text_property): Make this take a Lisp_Object
	string as an argument, rather than a pointer and a length.
	* xfns.c (x_set_name): Caller changed.

	* xfns.c (x_get_arg): Accept a new type - symbol.  If we've
	retrieved a string from the xrdb database and the user wants a
	symbol, intern it.
	(Fx_create_frame): Use the symbol type here.

	* xfns.c (x_figure_window_size, x_icon, Fx_create_frame): Use
	values from enum resource_types for the last arg to x_get_arg,
	instead of passing numbers.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): When setting up the scroll bars, use
	the type parameter to x_default_parameter, rather than prefixing
	the resource name with a question mark.

	* xfns.c [not HAVE_X11] (Fx_create_frame): The resource which
	determines whether or not to use a bitmapped icon is called
	"IconType", not "BitmapIcon".  Update this.

1992-08-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c: Doc fixes.

	More SYSV portability changes from Eric Raymond:

	* xterm.c [USG5]: Don't include <sys/types.h>.

	* xterm.c (x_make_frame_invisible): Instead of calling XWithdraw
	window, which isn't widely available, write out what it does,
	since that's not much.
	(x_iconify_frame): Explicitly perform both the X11R3 and X11R4
	methods for iconification; don't use XIconifyWindow, since that's
	not present in R3.

	* xterm.c (x_wm_set_size_hint): Don't bother setting the
	base_width and base_height members; their function is performed
	just as well by the min_width and min_height members, and if we
	use XSetNormalHints instead of XSetWMNormalHints, we can be
	compatible with R3.

	* xterm.c (x_error_handler): There is no way to invoke the default
	error handler which works on all versions of X11, so don't bother;
	call XGetErrorText and print the message ourselves.

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): Don't use MAXHOSTNAMELEN; this isn't
	defined on all systems.  Since we only use that as an initial
	guess anyway, it's not very important.

1992-08-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* abbrev.c (Fexpand_abbrev): If pre-expand hook changes the buffer,
	assume that means we "did an expansion".

	* cmds.c (internal_self_insert): Ignore value of Fexpand_abbrev;
	instead, check whether buf is modified when it returns.

1992-08-14  Jim Blandy  (

	Applied SYSV portability changes from Eric Raymond:

	* xrdb.c [USG5]: Define SYSV, and then include <unistd.h>.
	Apparently, Xlib.h include string.h if SYSV is defined, and
	strings.h if not.
	Don't include <sys/types.h>; just declare getuid to return an
	int.  Big deal.
	(MAXPATHLEN): If this is not defined by the system's include
	files, give it a value of 256.
	(get_user_db): Fetch the defaults directly from the display
	structure, rather than using XResourceManagerString; that
	function doesn't exist in the older versions of X.

	* xterm.c (x_set_text_property): New function.
	* xfns.c (x_set_name): Use it instead of XSetWMName and

	* xfns.c (select_visual): Fetch the visual id directly from v;
	don't call XVisualIDFromVisual, since that function is not
	available in earlier versions of X.

	* term.c (term_get_fkeys): Some systems define `static' to be the
	empty string, which means that you can't have constant
	initialized arrays inside a function.  So move the `keys' array
	outside of the function.
	* xdisp.c (decode_mode_spec): Same deal, with lots_of_dashes.
	* xfns.c (x_make_gc): Same deal, regarding cursor_bits.

	* term.c (keys): Include definitions for "K2" (the center key on
	an IBM keypad), "F1" (F11), and "F2" (F12).  Handle "k0" and "k;"
	specially; see the code for details.

	* term.c (clear_end_of_line): Remember that on some systems,
	"static" gets defined to be the null string, so we can't declare
	an array to be static and then initialize it.  Since the array in
	question (buf) is only one element long, just make it a scalar
	rather than an array; it can then be initialized, even if it's
	not static.

	Don't forget to define dummy versions of these.

	* systime.h [USE_UTIME]: time_t is a typedef, not a struct.
	Don't prefix it with `struct'.

	* systerm.h (EMACS_SET_TTY_PGRP): When there doesn't seem to be
	any way to do this, don't forget to give it a dummy definition.

	* sysdep.c (select): There's no need to cast the return value of
	signal anymore, since we have the SIGTYPE macro defined.

	* sysdep.c (read_input_waiting): When scanning for quit
	characters, use the value of quit_char, rather than assuming that
	C-g is the quit character.  And don't forget to declare i.

	* sysdep.c [USG5]: Don't include fcntl.h.

	* s/usg5-3.h: Eric Raymond writes:
	Define HAVE_SELECT and BSTRINGS only if HAVE_X_WINDOWS is on,
	because that means we'll be linking in the shared libraries
	containing the BSD emulations.  Teach the file about the shared
	libraries necessary to link X programs, because AT&T doesn't
	supply static libraries for X.  Also, fix the incorrect assertion
	that -lg cannot be used with SVr3.  Finally, force USE_UTIMES and
	BROKEN_TIOCGWINSZ.  (Note for the future; there may be a
	utimes(2)) emulation lurking in the X shared libraries.)

	* s/usg5-4.h (USE_UTIME): Remove this definition; the C library
	still doesn't have utimes.

	* ralloc.c (get_bloc): When initializing new_bloc->variable, cast
	NIL to (POINTER *).
	(malloc_init): Give warning if sbrk returns zero.  Wonder what
	that's supposed to mean.

	* process.c (process_send_signal): Don't send SIGTSTP if the
	system doesn't have that facility.

	* process.c: [USG5] Don't include <fcntl.h>.
	[USG] Don't bother including <termios.h>, <termio.h>, or
	<fcntl.h>; systerm.h takes care of all that.
	Remove the "mis;tak-+;;" line from the code; apparently this
	section of code does get used.

	* minibuf.c (Fread_from_minibuffer): Put this function's doc
	string into a comment; it's too long for the PCC preprocessor.
	(Fcompleting_read): Same deal.

	* keyboard.c (init_keyboard): Changed "#endif SIGIO" to
	"#endif /* SIGIO */"
	* mocklisp.c (Fml_substr): Same sort of thing.
	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Same.

	* floatfns.c (Fexpm1, Flog1p): Function removed; it's not widely
	available, and hardly vital.
	(syms_of_floatfns): Adjusted appropriately.

	* floatfns.c (Flog): Accept optional second arg, being the base
	for the logarithm.
	[USG] (Flogb): Define this in terms of Flog.

	* data.c [USG] (Frem): Call fmod, rather than drem.  Rah.

	* emacs.c [USG5]: Don't #include <fcntl.h> for these systems.

	* alloc.c (Fmake_marker): Removed the test for being called from a
	signal handler.  The original bug is probably gone, the test
	wasn't written portably, and it should probably go somewhere else
	anyway - say, funcall or eval.

	End of changes from Eric Raymond.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): Make the default for the icon-type
	parameter nil, not t.  It seems to cause problems with some X

	* lisp.h (DEFVAR_PER_BUFFER): Add new argument, TYPE, to help
	check the types of buffer-local variable slots.
	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): Call DEFVAR_PER_BUFFER with the new
	TYPE argument.
	* abbrev.c (syms_of_abbrev): Same.
	* buffer.c (buffer_local_types): New variable.
	(buffer_slot_type_mismatch): New function.
	* buffer.h (buffer_local_types): New extern declaration.
	* data.c (store_symval_forwarding): When storing through a
	Lisp_Buffer_Objfwd, check if the slot requires a particular type,
	and report an error if the types clash.
	* lread.c (defvar_per_buffer): Support new TYPE argument, by
	setting the appropriate slot in buffer_local_types.

1992-08-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (window_loop): This used to keep track of the first
	window processed and wait until we came back around to it.  Sadly,
	this doesn't work if that window gets deleted.  So instead, use
	Fprevious_window to find the last window to process, and loop
	until we've done that one.

	* window.c [not MULTI_FRAME] (init_window_once): Don't forget to
	set the `mini_p' flag on the new minibuffer window to t.

	* window.c (Fwindow_at): Don't check the type of the frame

	* window.c [not MULTI_FRAME] (window_loop): Set frame to zero,
	instead of trying to decode it.

	* frame.h [not MULTI_FRAME] (the_only_frame): Put a comment above
	this indicating that it's not GCPRO'd.  Put parens around some of
	the FRAME_* macros' definitions.
	[not MULTI_SCREEN] (Fselected_frame): New function.

	* frame.h [not MULTI_FRAME] (FRAME_ROOT_WINDOW): Define this in
	terms of minibuf_window, rather than by reference to
	* window.c (init_window_once): Initialize minibuf_window before
	FRAME_ROOT_WINDOW, so the latter actually points to something.

	* keyboard.c (Fexecute_mouse_event): Dyked-out function deleted.
	We're not going to use this mouse interface.
	(Vmouse_window, Vmouse_event, Vmouse_event_function)
	(Vmouse_left_hook, Vmap_frame_hook, Vunmap_frame_hook)
	(Vmouse_motion_handler): Variables deleted; they were to be used by
	(syms_of_keyboard): Same.
	(command_loop_1): Remove dyked-out code to support
	(read_char): Same.

	* keyboard.c (Vlast_event_frame): Don't define this window if
	MULTI_FRAME is not #defined.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Same.
	(kbd_buffer_store_event): Don't try to work with Vlast_event_frame
	if MULTI_FRAME is not #defined.
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): Same.

	* keyboard.c (Fdiscard_input): Removed dyked-out code from when
	unread_command_char's quiescent value was -1, not nil.

	* frame.c (make_frame): Stop passing zero to make_window; it's not
	expecting any arguments.

1992-08-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* unexsunos4.c: Deleted "$Log" header in comments at top of file;
	this was beginning to grow RCS hair, which we don't want.
	* xmenu.c: Same deal.

1992-08-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Fread_filename): Don't add one here.
	* minibuf.c (Fcompleting_read): Instead, stop subtracting one
	here, so this function lives up to its doc string, which I think
	specifies an okay way to work.

	* doc.c (Vdata_directory): Removed; this is declared in callproc.c.
	(syms_of_doc): Initialization removed.

	* xfns.c (x_get_arg): Return Qunbound for an unspecified
	resource, not nil.  That way, we can tell the difference between a
	false resource and an unspecified resource.
	(x_default_error): Use DEFLT if x_get_arg returns Qunbound, not Qnil.
	(x_figure_window_size, x_icon, Fx_create_frame): Deal with
	Qunbound and Qnil properly.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): Pass the correct number of arguments
	to x_set_font.

	* xfns.c [not HAVE_X11] (Fx_create_frame): Delete section that's
	only included if we *do* have X11.  Blind patching.

	* xfns.c (x_icon): Rewritten to call x_wm_set_icon_position and
	x_wm_set_window_state instead of calling XSetWMHints directly.
	* xterm.c (x_wm_hints): New variable.
	(x_wm_set_window_state, x_wm_set_icon_pixmap,
	x_wm_set_icon_position): Use x_wm_hints.
	(x_term_init): Set the `input' field of x_wm_hints, and its flag.

	* xterm.c (x_text_icon): Call x_wm_set_icon_pixmap with a pixmap
	of zero, to clear the pixmap.
	(x_wm_set_icon_pixmap): Accept this protocol; if pixmap is zero,
	specify no pixmap for the icon.

	* xfns.c (x_default_parameter): Don't call store_frame_param here;
	it's already taken care of by x_set_frame_parameters.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): Check for the `icon-type',
	`auto-raise', and `auto-lower' parameters. Have `icon-type'
	default to t, indicating that we want the nifty gnu in our icons.
	(Qauto_lower): New symbol.

	* xfns.c (x_set_icon_type): UNBLOCK_INPUT before reporting the
	error, not after.  error doesn't return, sklitch-brain.

	* xterm.c (x_set_window_size): Call check_frame_size to make sure
	that the requested dimensions are within acceptable limits.
	Store the new size information in the frame structure.

	* xfns.c (x_set_frame_parameters): Properly recognize changes to
	the height of the frame.  Recognize changes of the frame's

	* xfns.c (x_set_frame_parameters): Iterate over ALIST while the
	current element is cons, not while it's non-nil.
	(syms_of_xfns): Call init_x_parm_symbols after interning all the
	other atoms; init_x_parm_symbols expects Qx_frame_parameter to be

1992-08-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (Qbackground_color, Qborder_color, Qborder_width)
	(Qcursor_color, Qfont, Qforeground_color, Qgeometry)
	(Qhorizontal_scroll_bar, Qicon_left, Qicon_top, Qiconic_startup)
	(Qinternal_border_width, Qleft, Qmouse_color, Qparent_id)
	(Qsuppress_icon, Qsuppress_initial_map, Qtop, Qundefined_color)
	(Qvertical_scroll_bar, Qwindow_id, Qx_frame_parameter): New
	symbols, with lisp code to rebuild syms_of_xfns.
	(syms_of_xfns): Initialize and staticpro them.
	(Qheight, Qminibuffer, Qname, Qnone, Qonly, Qwidth)
	(Qunsplittable): Add extern declaration for these.
	(x_init_parm_symbols): Don't initialize Qx_frame_parameter here;
	it's done in syms_of_xfns.
	(x_default_parameter): Change the argument char *PROPNAME into a
	Lisp_Object PROP; let the caller take care of interning the atom.
	(Fx_geometry, x_figure_window_size, x_icon, Fx_create_frame): Use
	the new Q... variables, instead of interning things.

	* frame.c (Qheight, Qicon, Qmodeline, Qname, Qnone, Qonly)
	(Qunsplittable, Qwidth, Qx): New symbol, with lisp code to rebuild
	(syms_of_xfns): Initialize and staticpro them.
	(Fframep, Fframe_visible_p, Fframe_parameters): Use the new Q...
	variables, instead of interning things.
	(store_in_alist): Change the argument char *PROPNAME into a
	Lisp_Object PROP; let the caller take care of interning the atom.

	* frame.c (Fframe_visible_p): Doc fix.

	* frame.c (Fframe_parameters): When figuring the `minibuffer'
	parameter, if FRAME doesn't have a minibuffer, return `none', not
	nil.  If it does have a minibuffer with other windows, return the

	* frame.c (Fmodify_frame_parameters): Don't write out the loop for
	processing X frame parameters here; do it in the x specific code.
	Call the function which deals with this stuff
	x_set_frame_parameters, not x_set_frame_parameter.
	* xfns.c (x_set_frame_param): Replaced by x_set_frame_parameters.
	(x_set_frame_parameters): Process the alist of parameters here.
	Notice `width', `height', `top', and `left' parameters.
	Hold off changing the frame size and position until the end, so we
	can do both parameters at once when they are both specified.
	(x_default_parameter): Call x_set_frame_parameters, not

	* frame.c (Fmake_frame_visible, Fmake_frame_invisible)
	(Ficonify_frame, Fframe_parameters, Fmodify_frame_parameters)
	(Fset_frame_height, Fset_frame_width, Fset_frame_size)
	(Fset_frame_position): Place clauses controlled by FRAME_X_P inside
	`#ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS ... #endif' clauses.

	* frame.c (Fset_frame_position): Doc fix.

	* dispnew.c (Fredraw_frame): Call clear_frame_records before
	calling update_end, so that x_display_box_cursor can rely on the
	contents of f->current_glyphs.

	* xfns.c (x_figure_window_size): Indicate that this function
	returns an int, rather than just leaving it unstated.

	* xterm.c (x_wm_set_size_hint): Don't try to set the base_height
	and base_width elements of size_hints if PBaseSize is not
	#defined.  Set the minimum frame size according to the information
	returned by check_frame_size.

	(check_frame_size): New extern declaration.
	defined here now.
	(check_frame_size): New function.
	* dispnew.c (change_frame_size): Call check_frame_size here,
	rather than writing out its code.  Don't declare newheight and
	newwidth to be register variables, since we take their address.

	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): When metering the Bcall opcodes, make
	sure the count on the symbol's `byte-code-meter' property does not

	* bytecode.c (syms_of_bytecode): Add a docstring for

1992-08-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (in_display): Variable deleted; it's only ever used as
	an unofficial parameter to change_frame_size.
	(change_frame_size): New argument, DELAY, which when non-zero
	indicates to delay the size change until later.  This should be
	passed as one from signal handlers.
	(window_change_signal): Call change_frame_size with a DELAY of 1.
	(do_pending_window_change): Call change_frame_size with DELAY of 0.
	* frame.c [MULTI_SCREEN] (Fset_frame_height, Fset_frame_width,
	Fset_frame_size): Same.
	[not MULTI_SCREEN] (Fset_frame_height, Fset_frame_width,
	Fset_frame_size, Fset_screen_height, Fset_screen_width): Same.
	* keyboard.c (Fsuspend_emacs): Call change_frame_size with the
	proper arguments - the height and width are the second and third
	arguments, not the first and second.  Pass 0 for DELAY.
	* xfns.c (Fx_create_frame): Call change_frame_size with a DELAY of 0.
	* xterm.c (XTread_socket, x_do_pending_expose): Call
	change_frame_size with a DELAY of 1.

	* xterm.c (in_display): Deleted this; it's never used in xterm.c,
	and there is another variable by the same name in dispnew.c.

	* frame.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (Fset_frame_height, Fset_frame_width)
	(Fset_frame_size, Fframe_height, Fframe_width): New functions, for
	use when Emacs is not compiled with multiple screens.
	[not MULTI_SCREEN] (Fset_screen_height, Fset_screen_width):
	Functions added for backward compatibility with Emacs 18.  These
	would be just aliases, except that the version 18 functions don't
	take a FRAME argument.
	[not MULTI_SCREEN] (syms_of_frame): New function, to defsubr the
	above and add screen-height and screen-width as aliases for
	Fframe_height and Fframe_width.
	* emacs.c (main): Call syms_of_frame unconditionally.  When
	MULTI_FRAME is not defined, it still provides the Fframe_width,
	Fframe_height, Fset_frame_width, and Fset_frame_height functions.

	* frame.c (Fset_frame_width): Change the size of FRAME, not of

	* frame.c (Fset_frame_width, Fset_frame_height): Declare the
	`frame' argument to be a Lisp_Object.  It used to be undeclared.

1992-08-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c, frame.c, frame.h, keyboard.c, scroll.c, term.c,
	* window.c, xdisp.c, xfns.c xterm.c (FRAME_IS_TERMCAP, FRAME_IS_X)
	and FRAME_HAS_MINIBUF_P, for consistency with the rest of the
	frame macros.

	* window.c (check_min_window_sizes): New function.
	(set_window_height): Call it.
	(Fsplit_window, change_window_height): Call it, instead of writing
	out its code.
	* dispnew.c (change_frame_size): If newlength or newwidth are too
	small (according to the value of MIN_SAFE_WINDOW_{WIDTH,HEIGHT}),
	force them larger.  This isn't really right, but it's better than

	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_zone): Doc fix.

1992-08-06  Jim Blandy  (

	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_zone): Don't forget to include code to
	signal an error when EMACS_CURRENT_TIME_ZONE is not defined.

1992-08-06  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* doc.c (Vdata_directory): Declared.
	(syms_of_doc): Initialized.

	* fileio.c (Fread_filename): Add 1 to the offset position for the
	cursor when reading file names.

1992-08-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* systime.h (EMACS_CURRENT_TIME_ZONE): New macro.
	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_zone): New function.
	(syms_of_editfns): defsubr it.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Clear the eighth bit of the
	character from the key sequence, NOT the index of the character IN
	the key sequence.  How many tries will it take to get it right?

1992-08-04  Roland McGrath  (

	* eval.c (syms_of_eval): Doc fix for debug-on-quit.

1992-08-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Doc fix.  Used to claim that
	Fcall_process doesn't wait when BUFFER was nil.  It does.

1992-07-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Scan for function keys when t >=
	mock_input, not when t > mock_input.  We do want to scan for
	function keys when t == mock_input.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Don't increment fkey_end when
	testing to see if keybuf[fkey_end] is a meta-character.

1992-07-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* (TAGS): Generate tags for files in ../external-lisp

1992-07-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (find_handler_clause): For quit, don't check Vdebug_on_error.
	(wants_debugger): Rewrite so it cannot get an error.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Handle enable-recursive-minibuffers
	property on the command, by enabling recursive minibuffers.
	(syms_of_callint): Set Qenable_recursive_minibuffers.

1992-07-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* frame.c (Fmake_frame_visible, Fmake_frame_invisible,
	Ficonify_frame): Make the first argument optional, defaulting to
	(Ficonify_frame, Fmake_frame_invisible): Add interactive specs, so
	we can bind these directly to C-z.

1992-07-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fread_file_name): Use new calling convention for
	Fcompleting_read, with history as Qfile_name_history.
	(syms_of_fileio): Set Qfile_name_history; set the var to nil.
	Do staticpro for the recently created Q* vars.

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Two additional args histvar and histpos.
	All calls changed.
	(Fcompleting_read): Last arg is now HIST--(HISTVAR . HISTPOS).
	Pass BACKUP_N arg to read_minibuf properly as Lisp object.
	(Fread_from_minibuffer): Likewise.
	(syms_of_minibuf): Set Qminibuffer_history and staticpro it.

	* eval.c (Ffuncall, Feval): Support subrs with 7 args.

	* fns.c (Fyes_or_no_p): Use Fread_string, not read_minibuf.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): For 'S', use Fread_no_blanks_input
	rather than read_minibuf.

1992-07-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* minibuf.c (Vminibuffer_history_variable): New variable.
	(syms_of_minibuf): Define variable minibuffer-history-variable.
	(read_minibuf): Push the string on specified history list.

1992-07-23  Roland McGrath  (

	* (doall, doxemacs, dotemacs): Put quotes around CC=${CC}.
	Don't include $(MAKEOVERRIDES); that is always implicit.

1992-07-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): If we have read a
	meta-character, prefix it with meta_prefix_char before looking it
	up in the function key keymap.

	* lread.c (Fread_char_exclusive): Code this with a do-while loop,
	not a while loop with its body repeated.

	* lread.c (Fread_event): Don't make this function's definition
	conditional on X-windows.  It ought to be there no matter how
	Emacs was built.
	(syms_of_lread): Don't make its defsubr conditional either.

	* lread.c (Fread_char): Doc fix.

	* fileio.c (find_file_handler): It's called
	Vfile_name_handler_alist, not Vfile_handler_alist.
	(Fwrite_region): Declare the variable named `handler'.
	(Fverify_visited_file_modtime): Use `b->filename', not `filename'.
	(Fset_visited_file_modtime): Declare the variable named `handler'.
	* dired.c (Fdirectory_files, Ffile_name_completion): Use
	`dirname', not `filename'.
	(Qfile_attributes): New variable.
	(syms_of_dired): Initialize it.

	* xselect.c (Fx_own_selection): If we're trying to set
	cut-buffer0, and the value is too large for the X server (as
	indicated by the max_request_size member of the X Display), just
	set the buffer to the empty string, and return nil.

1992-07-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c (fast_string_match): New function.
	* fileio.c (find_file_handler): New function.
	(Fcopy_file, Fmake_directory, Fdelete_directory, Fdelete_file):
	(Frename_file, Fadd_name_to_file, Fmake_symbolic_link):
	(Ffile_exists_p, Ffile_executable_p, Ffile_readable_p, Ffile_symlink_p)
	(Ffile_writable_p, Ffile_directory_p, Ffile_accessible_directory_p):
	(Ffile_modes, Fset_file_modes, Ffile_newer_than_file_p):
	(Fwrite_region, Fverify_visited_file_modtime):
	Use find_file_handler; call the handler and return.
	(Finsert_file_contents): Use find_file_handler;
	cannot just return after the handler, but must handle VISIT.
	(syms_of_fileio): Set up Qcopy_file, etc.
	* dired.c (Fdirectory_files, Ffile_name_completion):
	(Ffile_name_all_completions, Ffile_attributes):
	Use find_file_handler; call the handler.
	(syms_of_dired): Set Qfile_attributes, etc.

1992-07-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* xselect.c (Fx_own_selection): Initialize val to nil, so that if
	we don't get the selection, we don't return garbage.  When setting
	cut-buffer0, set val to the string pasted.

	* xfns.c (x_set_name): If ARG is nil, set the frame's name to the
	current x_id_name.
	* xdisp.c (display_mode_line): If we should set the frame's name,
	but there is only one frame currently active, call x_set_name with
	nil as the name; this will display samething generically

1992-07-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* lread.c (isfloat_string): Recognize floats without a leading
	integer part, noting that "e5" is a symbol, not a floating point

	* xdisp.c (message, message1): When displaying a message, don't
	make the minibuf frame visible unless the selected frame is also
	visible.  This means that frames won't pop up unless the user is
	actually interacting with Emacs.

	* xdisp.c (display_mode_line): If Emacs is currently supporting
	only one screen, don't change the title of the screen to the name
	of the current buffer; this is only annoying in this case.  We
	should probably think more carefully about how screens should be

1992-07-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (allocate_pty): Handle PTY_OPEN.
	Delete system-specific alternatives to PTY_NAME_SPRINTF

1992-07-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* callint.c (Fprefix_numeric_value): Fix typo: test raw, not val.

1992-07-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (x_window): x_set_name normally ignores requests to set
	the name if the requested name is the same as the current name.
	This is the one place where that assumption isn't correct; f->name
	is set, but the X server hasn't been told.  So fake it out.

	* emacs.c [sun] (main): On suns, localtime caches the value of the
	time zone rather than looking it up every time.  This means that
	the dumped Emacs doesn't check the value of the TZ environment
	variable.  Call tzset before entering the editing loop to check
	the new TZ value.

1992-07-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* dired.c (Fdirectory_files): Don't forget to pass the REGP
	argument to compile_pattern.
	* search.c (compile_pattern): If REGP is zero, don't call
	re_set_registers; nobody cares.

	* fileio.c (auto_save_error): Pass the correct number of arguments
	to Fsleep_for.

	* lread.c: Include <ctype.h> at the top of the file, instead of
	just before isfloat_string; read0 wants to use it too.

	* process.c (Fdelete_process, Fprocess_status, Fprocess_send_region)
	(Fprocess_send_string, Fprocess_send_eof, Finterrupt_process): Doc

	* process.c (Fprocess_status): Use get_process to find the process
	denoted by the PROC argument, not Fget_process.

1992-07-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c: Doc fix.

1992-07-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (syms_of_window): Doc fix for pop-up-frames.

	* frame.c (Fframe_parameters): Note that if FRAME is omitted, it
	defaults to the selected frame.

	* frame.c (Fframe_height, Fframe_width): Blocked out these
	functions; they have no C callers, and can be written nicely in

	* frame.c (Fframe_pixel_size): Function removed; there aren't
	enough other functions available to make this useful.  We need
	functions describing the size of the characters of a font.

	* xterm.h, xterm.c, xselect.c, xmenu.c, xfns.c, xdisp.c, window.h,
	* window.c, termopts.h, termhooks.h, termchar.h, term.c sysdep.c,
	* scroll.c, screen.c, screen.h, process.c, print.c, minibuf.c,
	* lisp.h keyboard.c, indent.c, fns.c, emacs.c, dispnew.c,
	* dispextern.h, cm.h, alloc.c, Screens are now called
	frames, to avoid even more confusion with X terminology than
	Emacs's "windows" already cause.  All macros, functions, and
	variables renamed; all uses changed.
	* screen.c, screen.h: Renamed to frame.c and frame.h.  All
	#includers changed.
	* ymakefile: Adjusted appropriately.
	* buffer.c: Doc fixes.

	* xfns.c (Fx_store_cut_buffer): Reversed sense of test for non-X

	* window.c (Frecenter): Doc fix; this function places point in the
	middle of the current window, not the current screen.

	* window.c (temp_output_buffer_show): Use WINDOW_SCREEN macro
	instead of accessing the member directly.

1992-07-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* print.c (print): Changed code which prints screen objects to use
	the SCREEN_LIVE_P macro instead of testing the screen structure

	* alloc.c (undo_threshold, undo_high_threshold): Variables renamed
	to undo_limit and undo_strong_limit.
	(Fgarbage_collect): Uses changed.
	(syms_of_alloc): DEFVARs and docstrings changed.
	* undo.c (truncate_undo_list): Comment adjusted.

	* lread.c (read0): Allow floating-point numbers to begin with a
	period.  `(0 .5)' denotes a list of two numbers, not a dotted pair.

1992-07-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c, callproc.c: Doc fix.

1992-07-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* bytecode.c (Bsymbol_function, Bfset): Removed comments saying
	that these are no longer generated.  Jamie Zawinski's byte
	compiler does generate them, and he's actually collected
	statistics on how often these functions are called.

1992-07-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (store_screen_param): Clarify error message.

	* xterm.c (x_make_screen_visible): Undo the change made on June
	30; that is not the right solution.  Apparently there are three
	states a window may be in: normal, iconified, and invisible.

1992-07-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (Fmacroexpand): Code cleaned up; there's no need to
	handle forms like ((macro lambda ...) ...) specially.

	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Signal an error if we're asked
	to read from a named pipe.

1992-07-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/*.h (SIGN_EXTEND_CHAR): Removed these definitions.  The only
	place they were used is in regex.c, and nowadays that has its own
	definition, which works for any machine.  The definitions in the
	machine description files usually didn't work if given an unsigned
	character as an argument, anyway.

1992-07-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c: Doc fix.

1992-07-02  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* minibuf.c (Fdisplay_completion_list): Declared new variables
	used in rms' previous change.

1992-07-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* minibuf.c (Fdisplay_completion_list): Handle non-buffer stream.

1992-07-01  Roland McGrath  (

	* window.c (Fdisplay_buffer): Add interactive spec.

1992-06-30  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* mem_limits.h: EXCEEDS_ELISP_PTR declared here.
	* ralloc.c: No longer declared here.
	* vm-limit.c: Nor here.  Also, include "lisp.h" before
	"mem_limits.h" and additionally include "config.h".

1992-06-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_make_screen_visible): Don't de-iconify the window;
	iconification is orthogonal to visibility.

	* emacs.c (syms_of_emacs): Change docstring for `kill-emacs-hook'
	to describe it as a hook, not as a single function.

1992-06-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* minibuf.c (Fread_no_blanks_input): Corrected maximum number of
	arguments from one to two.

	* emacs.c (Vkill_emacs_hook): Declare this here; it should have a
	docstring, so we might as well DEFVAR it.
	(syms_of_emacs): Initialize it, and DEFVAR_LISP it with an
	appropriate docstring.

1992-06-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* lread.c (Feval_buffer): Make the DEFUN match the C argument
	list; this takes two optional arguments, not just one.

	* lisp.h (Lisp_Buffer_Local_Value): Comments neatened.

	* data.c (Fset): Fixed conditional which tests whether the cache
	is invalid.  It used to be pretty munged, and would always declare
	the cache invalid for Lisp_Buffer_Local_Value variables.  Now it
	declares the cache invalid if the buffer is wrong (obviously), of

1992-06-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* data.c (Fset): Comments reformatted for readability.

	* xterm.c (last_mouse_movement_time): New variable.
	(note_mouse_position): Set it.
	(XTmouse_position): Return its current value as the position's

	* keyboard.c (Qvertical_split): Renamed to `vertical-line',
	since the window arrangement is actually referred to as a
	`horizontal split.'
	(make_lispy_event, make_lispy_movement, syms_of_keyboard): Uses
	renamed here.
	* keyboard.h (Qvertical_split): Extern declaration changed here.
	* window.c (Fcoordinates_in_window_p): Changed this to return
	`vertical-line' at the appropriate times, rather than

	* window.c (Fcoordinates_in_window_p): Put symbol names in
	opposing single quotes - `vertical-split', for example.

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Don't signal an error if USERNAME
	in a "~USERNAME/..." filename isn't a real user; just leave the
	"~USERNAME" unchanged.

	* fileio.c (Fmake_symbolic_link): Rename argument `NEWNAME' to
	`LINKNAME', to conform with the docstring.

	* (CPP): Pass `-Is -Im' to CPP, to make sure that
	machine- and system-dependend files can include each other
	* ymakefile (CFLAGS): Add those directories to the #include path
	here too.

	* (xmakefile): Build this via a temporary file, so
	that if preprocessing fails we don't nuke the xmakefile.

	* fileio.c: There are two versions of Fexpand_file_name defined
	here; the latter is inside a `#if 0' clause.  Change its DEFUN to
	a DEAFUN, so that its docstring doesn't make it into the DOC file
	and supercede the real docstring.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): For the 'K' interactive spec,
	set varies[i] to -1, indicating that the mouse click should be
	quoted if the function makes it into the command history, and that
	this argument by itself does not qualify the command to be
	recorded in the history.

1992-06-26  Jim Blandy  (

	* data.c (Frem): The drem function will sometimes return a
	negative number.  If it does, add the divisor to it, to make it

	* screen.c: Put '#ifdef MULTI_SCREEN' after the inclusion of

	* window.c (Fpos_visible_in_window_p): Remember to apply XSCREEN
	to w->screen before applying SCREEN_WIDTH.

	* screen.h [not MULTI_SCREEN] (last_nonminibuf_screen): Removed
	#definition of this; it's confusing when debugging.
	* screen.c (last_nonminibuf_screen): Variable moved from here...
	* dispnew.c (last_nonminibuf_screen): to here, beside
	selected_screen.  They should both exist, even if the multi-screen
	support is not present.

	* dispnew.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (the_only_screen): New variable.
	Instead of having the non-multi-screen version of Emacs refer to
	lots of different variables scattered hither and yon, we'll just
	declare this new variable, of type `struct screen', and define the
	single-screen versions of the `SCREEN_foo' macros to reference its
	elements.  This avoids conflicts between names of local variables
	and names of global variables describing the screen, and simplifies
	some of the differences between the multi-screen and single-screen
	* screen.h (enum output_method, struct screen): Removed these from
	the `#ifdef MULTI_SCREEN' conditional.
	* screen.h [not MULTI_SCREEN] (the_only_screen): extern
	declaration for it here.
	refer to the_only_screen.
	* dispnew.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (one_screen_cursX)
	(one_screen_cursY, one_screen_current_glyphs)
	(one_screen_desired_glyphs, one_screen_temp_glyphs)
	(delayed_screen_width, delayed_screen_height): Variables
	deleted; they're all now kept in the_only_screen.
	* xdisp.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (message_buf): Variable deleted; same
	* term.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (one_screen_width, one_screen_height):
	Variables deleted; same fate.
	* screen.h [not MULTI_SCREEN]: Extern declarations for the above
	variables removed.
	* window.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (root_window): Variable deleted.
	[not MULTI_SCREEN] (init_window_once): Use SCREEN_ROOT_WINDOW to
	refer to the root window, instead of referring to it directly.
	* window.h [not MULTI_SCREEN] (root_window): Extern declaration
	* scroll.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (insert_line_cost, delete_line_cost,
	insert_n_lines_cost, delete_n_lines_cost): Variables deleted; same

	* dispnew.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (cursX, cursY): Renamed to
	`one_screen_cursX' and `one_screen_cursY'.
	* screen.h [not MULTI_SCREEN] (cursX, cursY, SCREEN_CURSOR_X)
	(SCREEN_CURSOR_Y): Extern declarations and macros changed

	* term.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (screen_width, screen_height): Renamed
	to `one_screen_width' and `one_screen_height', so as not to
	conflict with local variables when referenced by the `SCREEN_foo'
	* screen.h [not MULTI_SCREEN] (screen_width, screen_height):
	Extern declarations changed accordingly.
	* termchar.h (screen_width, screen_height): Extern declarations
	deleted.  Everyone should go through the `SCREEN_foo' macros.
	(SCREEN_WIDTH, SCREEN_HEIGHT): Changed accordingly.

1992-06-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): When making a copy of the spec
	string, cast the return value of `alloca' to `unsigned char *',
	not `char *', to match the type of `string'.

	* xselect.c (Fx_own_selection): Cast XSTRING (string)->data to a
	char *, so it can be comfortably passed to XStoreBytes.

	* filelock.c (strcpy): Declare this to return char *.

1992-06-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (current_glyphs, desired_glyphs, temp_glyphs): Renamed
	to have the prefix `one_screen_', so that the screen macros can
	refer to them without conflicting with local variables.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Put the code which restarts the
	key sequence in a `#ifdef MULTI_SCREEN' conditional.

	* screen.h [not MULTI_SCREEN]: Added definitions for
	CHECK_LIVE_SCREEN and SCREEN_FOCUS_SCREEN for the non-multi-screen

	* screen.h [not MULTI_SCREEN]: The name is

	* xdisp.c [not MULTI_SCREEN] (Fredraw_display): Removed definition
	here; the non-multi-screen version is already defined in
	dispnew.c, alongside the multi-screen version.
	(syms_of_xdisp): Don't try to defsubr Sredraw_display; it doesn't

	* lread.c (Fread_char_exclusive): Remove this from the `#ifdef
	HAVE_X_WINDOWS' conditional; it is appropriate in any context.

	* eval.c (Fsignal): Put call to TOTALLY_UNBLOCK_INPUT under the
	protection of a `#ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS' conditional.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Expect *mouse_position_hook
	to return the timestamp as an unsigned long, not a lisp_Object.
	This matches the change made to `struct input_event'.
	(make_lispy_movement): Change argument TIME to an unsigned long.
	* xterm.c (XTmouse_position): Change TIME argument to a pointer to
	an unsigned long.
	* termhooks.h (mouse_position_hook): Doc fix.
	* term.c (mouse_position_hook): Doc fix.

	* termhooks.h (struct input_event): If MULTI_SCREEN is defined,
	declare the .screen element to be `struct screen *'; otherwise,
	declare it to be `int'.  See the comment in the file for why I've
	done this obviously wrong thing.

	* print.c (printbufidx): Doc fix.
	* xdisp.c (message_buf_print): Doc fix.

	* dispextern.h (message_buf_size): Variable deleted; it's no
	longer used, since the message buffer is always the width of the

	* screen.h [not MULTI_SCREEN] (message_buf): Add extern
	declaration for it here.
	(message_buf_print): Added extern declarations here for both the
	* dispextern.h (message_buf, message_buf_print): Deleted extern
	declaration for these here.  It should never be used directly; it
	should always be used through the SCREEN_MESSAGE_BUF macro.

	* dispnew.c (temp_glyphs): Added back this variable declaration;
	screen.h and various other places referred to this; where did it
	* screen.h [not MULTI_SCREEN] (temp_glyphs, desired_glyphs,
	current_glyphs): Add extern declarations for these.

	* dispnew.c (cancel_my_columns): Use SCREEN_DESIRED_GLYPHS macro,
	instead of assuming that a SCREEN_PTR is actually a pointer to
	something; it isn't if we're not using any of the screen support.
	Remove the variable `screen', and find the value for
	`desired_glyphs' directly.
	* xdisp.c (echo_area_display): Use the SCREEN_DESIRED_GLYPHS macro
	to find screen's desired cursor position, instead of assuming that
	a SCREEN_PTR is a pointer to something.
	(display_mode_line): Same.
	* window.c (Fpos_visible_in_window_p): Use the SCREEN_WIDTH macro.
	(replace_window): Use the SCREEN_ROOT_WINDOW macro.
	(window_loop): Use the SCREEN_WIDTH macro.

	* dispnew.c (update_screen): Enclose the statement which
	increments `downto' in a `#ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS' conditional.

	New macro.
	* dispnew.c (window_change_signal, do_pending_window_change): Use
	FOR_EACH_SCREEN instead of assuming that Vscreen_list exists.
	* window.h (root_window): Added extern declaration for this.

	* screen.c: Enclose the entire file in a #ifdef MULTI_SCREEN

1992-06-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fset_window_dedicated_p):
	Replaces Fset_window_buffer_dedicated.  Second arg just t or nil.

1992-06-22  Richard Stallman  (

	Cast character to unsigned char before indexing.

1992-06-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_wm_set_size_hint): Set size_hints.flags to indicate
	that we are providing the base_width and base_height data.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): Default the internal border width to
	2; this matches XTerm.

	* syntax.c (Fparse_partial_sexp): Doc fix.

	* syntax.c (Fparse_partial_sexp): Added phony argument list to
	comment containing the docstring for this function, so that
	make-docfile.c will get the right arguments.

	* xfns.c (x_set_name): Don't go through the X11 brouhaha to set
	the name unless we're actually setting it to something different
	from the current name.

1992-06-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (syms_of_eval): Don't forget to escape the ends of the
	lines in the docstring for `debug-on-quit'.

	* keyboard.c (Fread_key_sequence): Reversed sense of CONTINUE_ECHO
	argument - set this_command_key_count to zero iff CONTINUE_ECHO is
	Qnil, not iff it's non-Qnil.

1992-06-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* search.c: Changed to remember the object in which the last
	search was done, so that markers from match data are placed in
	that buffer, instead of the current buffer.
	(search_regs_from_string): Replaced with...
	(last_thing_searched): This is either Qnil, meaning no searching
	has been done, Qt, meaning that the last search was done in a
	string, or a buffer object, meaning that the last search was done
	in that buffer.
	(syms_of_search): Initialize and staticpro last_thing_searched.
	(Flooking_at, search_buffer): Set last_thing_searched to the
	current buffer.
	(Fstring_match): Set last_thing_searched to Qt.
	(Fmatch_data): Test last_thing_searched to see if any searching
	has been done, and construct integers or markers in the right
	buffer.  Abort if it's not Qt, Qnil, or a buffer.
	(Fstore_match_data): Set last_thing_searched according to the
	things we find in LIST.

1992-06-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* fns.c (Fload_average): Document the fact that this sometimes
	returns a list of fewer than three elements, on systems which
	don't provide 5- and 15-minute load averages.

1992-06-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): If an event arrives to a screen S,
	don't attribute them to SCREEN_FOCUS_SCREEN (S) here.  Do that
	synchronously, when the events are dequeued.  This keeps events
	from being accidentally routed to the wrong screen, if we
	temporarily redirect a screen's focus.
	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_event): If the character being
	stuffed is a quit character, do the SCREEN_FOCUS_SCREEN
	redirection to it here.
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): And do it here, before returning the

	* eval.c (Finteractive_p): This assumed that if the function in
	the top frame of the lisp backtrace was not a Lisp_Compiled
	object, then Finteractive_p must have an explicit frame on the top
	of the stack, which we could skip.  It didn't bother to follow the
	symbol function chaining, and it would break if any C code called
	from a non-compiled function tried to call Finteractive_p anyway.
	Changed this to actually check if the top frame's effective
	function is the Lisp_Subr for Finteractive_p.  This also used to
	skip any number of frames for special forms and/or Fbytecode
	calls.  Changed this to skip an Fbytecode frame (if present),
	followed by any number of special form frames.

1992-06-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (struct backtrace): Doc fix.

1992-06-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/hp300bsd.h (LOAD_AVE_TYPE): This is long, not double.
	(LOAD_AVE_CVT): Adjusted as appropriate.

	* fns.c: Moved lots of system-dependent preprocessor cruft
	dealing with getting the load average to `getloadavg.c'.
	(Fload_average): Guts moved to `getloadavg.c'.
	* getloadavg.c: New file, containing the necessary mess to get the
	load average on many different systems.  This file is supposed to
	be Emacs-independent.
	* ymakefile (obj): Add getloadavg.o to the list.
	(getloadavg.o): Note that this depends on its source, and config.h.

	* screen.c (Fdelete_screen): Typo in loop looking for new
	last_nonminibuf_screen - change	`screen = XCONS (screens)->cdr`
	                             to	`screens = XCONS (screens)->cdr`

	* xdisp.c (echo_area_display): Don't neglect to draw all the lines
	of the minibuffer window (or echo area) when a message is being
	displayed.  If the minibuffer is more than one line high, they
	should all be blanked.

1992-06-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* sysdep.c [POSIX_SIGNALS] (sys_signal): Fix typo - rather than
	calling new_action as if it were a function, call sigaction.

1992-06-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* lisp.h (Qnumberp, Qnumber_or_marker_p): Declared.

	* eval.c (wants_debugger): Changed NULL to NILP.
	Who installed these calls to NULL?

1992-06-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (Fsit_for): Don't forget to actually set sec from ARG.

	* termhooks.h (struct input_event): Doc fix - for mouse clicks, .x
	and .y give the position in characters, not in pixels.

	* keyboard.c (format_modifiers): Order the modifier letters
	alphabetically - control, meta, shift, and up.

1992-06-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* xfns.c: Move some extern decls out of #if 0, to top of file.

1992-06-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (Fcoordinates_in_window_p): Docstring fix.

	* buffer.c (Fother_buffer): Put a comma between arguments BUFFER
	and VISIBLE_OK in the argument list.  Duh.

	* screen.c (Fdelete_screen): Remember that s is a SCREEN_PTR *,
	not a Lisp_Object.

	* search.c (search_regs): Doc fix.
	(compile_pattern): Take a new argument - the search register
	structure - so we can reassure the regex routines that the
	registers have been allocated.
	(Flooking_at, Fstring_match, search_buffer): Changed to pass
	&search_regs to compile_pattern.
	(search_buffer): When we've searched for a literal string and
	found it, make sure that the search registers are allocated before
	stuffing the location of the search into them.
	(Fstore_match_data): If we need to allocate more registers,
	allocate them using re_set_registers, instead of just storing the
	new registers and hoping that regex doesn't free them.

	* search.c (Freplace_match): Doc fix.

1992-06-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* screen.c (Fdeiconify_screen): Function deleted.
	It was the same as make-screen-visible.

1992-06-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c: Doc fix.

	* floatfns.c (Fcbrt): Renamed from Fcube_root, and #if 0'd.

	* lisp.h (CHECK_NUMBER_OR_FLOAT*): Use Qnumberp or Qnumber_or_marker_p.
	* data.c (syms_of_data): Staticpro those.
	(Qinteger_or_float_p, Qinteger_or_float_or_marker_p): Deleted.
	(Fnumberp, Fnumber_or_marker_p): Define these always,
	but make them work even if not LISP_FLOAT_TYPE.

1992-06-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* Undefine REL_ALLOC if a system specific file

	* sysdep.c (save_signal_handlers): Cast result of signal  to
	avoid compiler warning.
	* process.c (send_process): Likewise.

1992-06-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Fread_key_sequence): New 2nd arg CONTINUE_ECHO
	added for the sake of universal-argument.

1992-06-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Fset_default_file_mode): Function deleted.
	(Funix_sync): Moved.
	* fileio.c (Funix_sync): Moved to here.

	* xfns.c (Fx_erase_rectangle, Fx_draw_rectangle, Fx_contour_region):
	(Fx_uncontour_region): #if 0 these.
	(x_rectangle, outline_region): Likewise.
	(syms_of_xfns): #if 0 the defsubrs.

	* dispnew.c (Fsleep_for, Fsit_for): Clean up error messages.

	* eval.c, print.c, keyboard.c: Doc fix.

	* xfns.c (Fx_horizontal_line): Disabled, since not documented.

	* fileio.c (Fdelete_directory): Renamed from Fremove_directory.

	* unexencap.c: Deinstalled (renamed to =unexencap.c)
	since awaited papers never arrived.

	* xfns.c: Doc fix.

1992-06-04  Roland McGrath  (

	* eval.c (stack_trace_on_error, debug_on_error): Made Lisp_Objects V*.
	(syms_of_eval): Changed DEFVAR_BOOLs to DEFVAR_LISPs.
	(wants_debugger): New fn.
	(find_handler_clause): Use it to look in debug-on-error and
	stack-trace-on-error lists.

1992-06-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* floatfns.c (Fbessel_*, Ferf, Ferfc, Flog_gamma): Turned off;
	not clearly worth including.
	(Fasinh, Facosh, Fatanh, Fsinh, Fcosh, Ftanh): Likewise.

1992-06-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* minibuf.c, keyboard.c: Doc fix.

	* window.c (Fwindow_at): Fix number of args--minimum 2, max 3.

	* screen.c: Doc fix.

1992-06-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* lread.c (Feval_buffer): Don't read any arguments, if interactive.

1992-06-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (make_screen_without_minibuffer): Apply XSCREEN to
	Vdefault_minibuffer_screen before calling SCREEN_LIVE_P.  The
	argument to SCREEN_LIVE_P must be a SCREEN_PTR, not a Lisp_Object.

	* dispnew.c (Fsit_for): This used to compare arg with 0 and return
	Qt immediately.  It should actually call sit_for anyway, because
	sit_for needs to test for input and do the redisplay.
	(sit_for): Compare sec and usec with zero here, after we've
	looked for input and done a redisplay.

	* lread.c (Feval_buffer): Use NILP, not NIL_P.

1992-06-01  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* buffer.h: New macro, BUF_SET_PT.

	* lread.c: New subr `eval-buffer', replaces `eval-current-buffer',
	which is now defined in simple.el.

1992-05-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (Fdelete_screen): If we're deleting the default
	minibuffer screen, try to find another minibuffer screen.

1992-05-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (Fother_buffer): New optional argument VISIBLE_OK,
	indicating that buffers currently visible in windows should not be
	discriminated against.

1992-05-28  Ken Raeburn  (

	* screen.c (Fdelete_screen): Fix bugs in walking screen list.
	(make_screen_without_minibuffer): Signal an error if the default
	minibuffer screen is dead.

	* xfns.c (x_set_name): Use ICCCM-conforming scheme for changing
	window name in X11.
	(Fx_create_screen): Likewise.

1992-05-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* xselect.c: Support getting and setting the obsolete X cut
	(Qcut_buffer0): New atom, denoting the X cut buffer 0.
	(syms_of_xselect): Initialize and staticpro it.
	(Fx_own_selection): If TYPE is Qcut_buffer0, interpret this to
	mean that we should set cut buffer 0 to STRING.
	(Fx_selection_value): If TYPE is Qcut_buffer0, interpret this to
	mean that we should retrieve the value of cut buffer 0.

1992-05-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_click): Removed extra assignment of

	* keyboard.c (last_event_timestamp): Doc fix.
	* xselect.c (last_event_timestamp): Declare it extern here.
	(mouse_timestamp): Variable deleted.  last_event_timestamp is a
	more accurate thing to use here.
	(own_selection, get_selection_value): Use last_event_timestamp
	instead of mouse_timestamp.
	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Pass the event's timestamp
	through the make_number function, to assure that it is properly
	tagged before incorporating it into the lispy event.
	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_click): The timestamp element of a
	struct input_event is no longer a Lisp_Object; it is now an
	unsigned long.  So don't use XSET to assign to it.
	(XTread_socket): Same here, in processing KeyPress events.

	* keyboard.c (Fexecute_extended_command): Properly initialize
	this_command_keys to the concatenation of the sequence that
	invoked Fexecute_extended_command, the characters making up the
	name of the command we're running, and a return character.
	Previously, this code would set it to the last key typed while
	reading the function name from the minibuffer, followed by the
	name of the function being run.

1992-05-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_display_box_cursor): Draw the cursor at curs_{x,y},
	rather than at s->cursor_{x,y}.  If cursor_in_echo_area is set,
	then s->cursor_{x,y} does not accurately describe the position of
	the cursor.  However, if we're not updating, then curs_{x,y} are
	garbage; set them from s->cursor_{x,y}.

	* dispnew.c (update_screen): Check current_screen->enable and
	current_screen_used to see if there is any text on the last line,
	not desired_screen->{enable,used}.  When the line isn't enabled,
	move to line SCREEN_HEIGHT (s) - 1, not SCREEN_HEIGHT (s).
	Rearranged conditionals.

	* dispnew.c (cursor_in_echo_area): Document the interpretations of
	positive and negative values of this variable.

1992-05-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (Fding): If have arg, don't end a keyboard macro.

1992-05-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (sit_for): New function, which is a slight
	generalization of Fsit_for; you can tell it that it's waiting for
	input, so C-g gets handled properly.
	(Fsit_for): Call it, instead of replicating all its guts.
	* keyboard.c (read_char): Call sit_for instead of Fsit_for, and
	indicate that we're awaiting keyboard input.

	* dispnew.c (Fsit_for): Rename arguments to match docstring.  Use
	NILP instead of EQ (foo, Qnil).	 If nodisp is non-nil, call
	wait_reading_process_input with do_display 0, instead of 1; this
	will inhibit spurious redisplays when process input arrives during
	a sit-for.

	* process.c (Faccept_process_output): Pass zero as read_kbd
	argument to wait_reading_process_input when PROC is nil, not when
	PROC is non-nil.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Declare read_kbd to be a
	Lisp_Object, and use the tagging to tell the difference between a
	process object and an integer.
	* dispnew.c (Fsleep_for, Fsit_for, Fsleep_for_millisecs): Pass
	read_kbd argument to wait_reading_process_input as a Lisp_Object.
	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Same.
	* process.c (Faccept_process_output, send_process): Same.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Use save_getcjmp and restore_getcjmp
	instead of doing the bcopy explicitly.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): When handling an EnterWindow event,
	don't bother to check waiting_for_input.  It's not necessary.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Don't clear waiting_for_input and
	input_available_clear_time here.
	(quit_throw_to_read_char): It's already done here.

	* keyboard.c (quit_throw_to_read_char): Use
	clear_waiting_for_input instead of clearing waiting_for_input

1992-05-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Call clear_waiting_for_input instead of
	clearing waiting_for_input and input_available_clear_time

1992-05-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile [defined (__GNUC__) and __GNUC__ > 1]: Define
	YMF_PASS_LDFLAGS so that it can deal with an empty flags argument.

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Under VMS, a nil INFILE argument
	means to read from "NLA0:", not "/dev/null".

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Use nil as the value for display
	(the fourth argument) when nargs >= 4, not when nargs >= 3.

1992-05-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* termhooks.h: Change timestamp from a Lisp_Object to an unsigned
	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_event): We don't have to apply the
	XINT macro to the timestamp member of the event anymore.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_output): Don't turn off polling.

	* sysdep.c (setpgrp_of_tty): Pass the address of pid, not pid

	* process.c: Deleted cpp tangle for dealing with system-dependent
	tty handling; #included "systerm.h".
	* systerm.h: Add some of the things that were done in process.c:
	If titan is #defined, then we should include <sys/ttyhw.h> and
	<sys/stream.h> along with the other SYSV pty stuff.
	If HPUX is #defined, then EMACS_HAVE_TTY_PGRP isn't true.
	If XENIX is #defined, then we shouldn't try to use TIOCGETC.
	* ymakefile: Note that process.o depends on systerm.h now.

1992-05-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* callint.c (Fprefix_numeric_value): Value 1 for symbol other than `-'.

1992-05-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* cmds.c (Fforward_line): If the buffer is empty, don't try to see
	if it contains a newline, and moving nowhere at eob after
	non-newline should return 1, not 0.

	* search.c (scan_buffer): Doc fix.

	* buffer.c (Fbuffer_disable_undo): Accept a buffer name as an

1992-05-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c: Include config.h first thing.

	* keyboard.c (clear_input_pending): New subroutine.
	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Make C-g really quit in
	sit-for case.

	* ymakefile (LD_SWITCH_SYSTEM): Don't use -X with GCC.

1992-05-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (Fapply): Use indirect_function, instead of doing a dumb
	* keymap.c (get_keymap_1): Same.
	* macros.c (Fexecute_kbd_macro): Same.

	* buffer.c (init_buffer_once): Don't disable undos for *scratch*
	here.  Do it in loadup.el.

	* buffer.c (init_buffer_once): Doc fix.

	* doc.c (Fdocumentation): After extracting the doc string from a
	lambda or autoload expression, don't fall through to the default
	case and signal an invalid function error; instead, do a `break'.

	* doc.c (Fdocumentation): Use EQ (x, y) instead of XSYMBOL (x) ==

	* doc.c (Fdocumentation): When decyphering a function made from
	conses, use 'else if' for the chain of alternatives instead of
	just 'if'.  It used to be that each alternative returned, but
	that's not true anymore.

	* alloc.c (Fgarbage_collect): Don't call truncate_undo_list on
	buffers whose undo list is 't.

	* doc.c (Fdocumentation): Renamed argument `fun1' to `function',
	so make-docstring will list argument consistently with the

1992-05-11  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.h: Removed definition of `RES_CLASS'.

	* xfns.c (x_get_arg): Eliminated `screen_name' parameter.  No
	longer uses screen name as X resource search component.
	All calls to x_get_arg changed accordingly.
	Global variable `screen_class' and #define `SCREEN_CLASS' removed.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Added basic structure for handling
	various ClientMessage events, using new global variables
	`Xatom_wm_take_focus', `Xatom_wm_save_yourself',
	`Xatom_wm_delete_window', `Xatom_wm_configure_denied',
	* xfns.c: Declare these variables extern.
	(syms_of_xfns): Initialize these variables.

	* xselect.c (Fx_own_selection, Fx_selection_value): New optional
	parameter `type', to specify the selection type.
	(syms_of_xselect): New symbols Qprimary, Qsecondary, Qclipboard

1992-05-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* data.c (Qcyclic_function_indirection): New error condition.
	(indirect_function, Findirect_function): New functions.
	(syms_of_data): Initialize Qcyclic_function_indirection, put the
	error properties on it, and staticpro it.  Defsubr
	* lisp.h (indirect_function, Findirect_function): Declare them here.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Get symbol's function by
	calling indirect_function, instead of just looping.
	* doc.c (Fdocumentation): Same.
	* eval.c (Finteractive_p, Fcommandp, do_autoload, Feval)
	(Ffuncall): Same.
	* keyboard.c (Fcommand_execute): Same.

	* data.c (Fsymbol_function): Name the argument `symbol' instead of
	`sym', so make-docstring will list argument consistently with the

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Make sure the screen
	isn't garbaged (and therefore not displayed) before we enter the
	select and start waiting for input.

	* keyboard.c: #include <systime.h>.
	* ymakefile (keyboard.o): This depends on systime.h.
	* keyboard.c (input_available_clear_word): Replaced with
	input_available_clear_time, which is a pointer to an EMACSTIME;
	sometimes the time information is larger than a single word.
	(read_char): Changed ..._word to ..._time.
	(input_available_signal): Use the EMACS_SET_SECS_USECS macro to
	clear *input_available_clear_time, instead of zapping a zero into
	(set_waiting_for_input, clear_waiting_for_input): Adjusted

1992-05-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* editfns.c (make_buffer_string): New function.
	* lisp.h (make_buffer_string): Declare it here.
	* editfns.c (Fbuffer_substring): Call make_buffer_string instead
	of writing it out.
	(Fbuffer_string): Call make_buffer_string instead of make_string,
	so we can deal with buffer relocations.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Same here.

1992-05-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* syssignal.h (sigunblock): New macro, taken from 18.58's
	emacssignal.h file.
	* sysdep.c (request_sigio): Use the sigunblock macro to enable
	reciept of SIGWINCH, instead of the dysfunctional sigblockx.

1992-05-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c: Doc fix.

1992-05-06  Jim Blandy  (

	* emacs.c (decode_env_path): If EVARNAME is zero, don't try to
	call getenv on it.
	* lread.c (init_lread): When we don't have an environment variable
	to check, pass 0 instead of the empty string.

	* alloc.c (Fmake_marker): Use `SIGMASKTYPE' instead of `int'.
	Instead of calling sigsetmask twice - once to get the mask, and
	again to restore it - call sigblock, specifying no additional

1992-05-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* alloc.c: #include <syssignal.h>, for the sake of the
	bug-catching code in Fmake_marker.
	ymakefile: Add dependency.

	* syssignal.h [not POSIX_SIGNALS] (SIGFULLMASK): New definition,
	for symmetry with the "defined (POSIX_SIGNALS)" case.

	* callproc.c (child_setup): Since we always get the environment
	from Vprocess_environment, don't bother to take the environment
	the subprocess should inherit as an argument anymore.
	* process.c (create_process): Don't pass environment as a
	variable.  Just preserve it across call to fork.

1992-05-04  Jim Blandy  (

	* floatfns.c: #include <syssignal.h>.
	(float_error): Use SIGEMPTYMASK instead of zero.

	* syssignal.h [POSIX_SIGNALS] (sigmask): Defined to expand to a
	statement expression under GCC, or a function call otherwise.
	(sigpause, sigblock, sigunblock, sigsetmask): These are now
	K&R-compatible macros.
	* systerm.h [POSIX_SIGNALS] (sys_sigmask): Here is the function
	the POSIX version of sigmask calls when we're not compiling with
	* alloc.c (Fmake_marker): Undo changes of Apr 29.
	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Same.
	* data.c (arith_error): Same.
	* floatfns.c (float_error): Same.
	* keyboard.c (gobble_input): Same.

	* sysdep.c (request_sigio, unrequest_sigio)

1992-04-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* x11term.h (CLASS): Change this from "emacs" to "Emacs"; class
	names should always start with an upper-case letter.

	* syssignal.h: Arranged cpp conditionals so that the specific
	cases come first, generic cases last.

	* syssignal.h (sigpause, sigblock, sigunblock, sigsetmask): Macros
	removed; they require GCC, and Emacs 19 should compile without GCC.
	(EMACS_SIGUNBLOCKX, EMACS_SIGPAUSEX): These are new macros that
	don't require GCC, but expand to statements.
	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Use new EMACS_SIG* macros from
	* keyboard.c (gobble_input): Same.
	* sysdep.c (request_sigio, unrequest_sigio): Same.
	* x11term.h (BLOCK_INPUT, UNBLOCK_INPUT): Same.
	* alloc.c (Fmake_marker): Same.
	* data.c (arith_error): Same.
	* floatfns.c (float_error): Same.

1992-04-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile: If we're using GCC version 2.0 or later, use "$(CC)
	-nostdlib" as the linker.  This will allow us to find libgcc.a
	even when GCC puts it in a really weird place.
	(YMF_PASS_LDFLAGS): New macro.
	(temacs): Use it.

	* s/hpux.h: Doc fix.

	* filelock.c (egetenv): Declare this.
	(lock_path, SUPERLOCK_NAME, superlock_path): New variables and
	(MAKE_LOCK_PATH, lock_file, unlock_file, lock_superlock): Use the
	variables lock_path and superlock_path instead of the PATH_LOCK
	and PATH_SUPERLOCK macros.
	(init_filelock): New function.
	* emacs.c (main): Call the init_filelock function.
	* (PATH_SUPERLOCK): Removed.  This is now calculated
	from PATH_LOCK or from the EMACSLOCKDIR environment variable.

	* filelock.c (MAKE_LOCK_PATH): New macro.
	(lock_file, unlock_file, Ffile_locked_p): Use it.

	* syntax.c (Fmodify_syntax_entry): Note that '-' is a synonym for
	' ' (both denote whitespace), that '\\' denotes the escape class,
	and that '/' denotes the character-quote class.  The description
	used to claim that '\\' denoted the character-quote class, and
	neglected to mention '-' and '/'.

	* filelock.c (lock_file): Doc fix.

1992-04-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c (init_callproc): Get the default Vexec_path from the
	environment variable "EMACSPATH"; get Vdata_directory from

	* ymakefile: Fix #endif and #else comments.

1992-04-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (xemacs): Link xemacs to temacs if HAVE_SHM.

	* ymakefile (paths.h, config.h): Never copy, always fail.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Redisplay if screen_garbaged.
	Call do_pending_window_change first.
	Include dispextern.h.
	* ymakefile (process.o): Added dependency.

	* ymakefile (OLDXMENU_OPTIONS): New macro, used compiling oldxmenu.

1992-04-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile: Changed all references to LD_CMD to LINKER, for
	compatibility with the 18.58 configuration files.
	* s/aix3-1.h, s/sunos4shr.h: Same here.

	* ymakefile: Doc fixes.

	* ymakefile (CC, MAKE): Set these variables from optional macros.
	Change all uses of `make' to ${MAKE}.

	* ymakefile: Use HAVE_X11 as alias for X11.

	* ymakefile (LIB_GCC, GNULIB_VAR): Handle GCC 2.

	* process.c (allocate_pty): Re-arranged conditionals to put the
	system-specific-case first, and the generic case in the #else
	section, for consistency with the rest of Emacs.

	* process.c (allocate_pty): Wait until we fail to open three ptys
	in a row before concluding that we've reached the end of the ptys.

1992-04-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* ralloc.c: #include "getpagesize.h".

	* search.c (Flooking_at): Use search_regs.num_regs instead of
	RE_NREGS.  As of regex version 0.4, the compiler allocates the
	registers, and may allocate more than RE_NREGS.
	(search_buffer): Same.
	(Freplace_match): Use search_regs.num_regs to tell how many
	registers are valid.  Also note that if none are valid, no search
	has been performed.
	(match_limit): Same.
	(Fmatch_data): Same.
	(Fstore_match_data): If we're trying to store more registers than
	search_regs has allocated, re-allocate them to make room.

1992-04-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c (egetenv): Declare the type of VAR.

	* lisp.h: Don't undefine NULL.  There is no longer any conflict.

	* lisp.h (NUMBERP): New macro.
	* editfns.c (Fformat): Protect the sections that deal with
	Lisp_Float objects with a "#ifdef LISP_FLOAT_TYPE".
	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): Use the NUMBERP macro instead of
	explicitly checking for the Lisp_Float tag.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Same here.

	* xrdb.c (magic_searchpath_decoder): Re-allocate string as needed,
	rather than making it a fixed-size array.

	* xfns.c (Fx_rebind_key): Don't declare modifier_list to be a
	register variable.  It's too big, and we need the address of its
	first element when we pass it to XRebindKeysym anyway.

	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): Doc fix.

1992-04-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* search.c (search_buffer): Cast RE_EXACTN_VALUE to char, because
	the regex-0.4 distribution says so.

	* ymakefile (dired.o): This depends on regex.h.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): There is code here which
	sends SIGIO to Emacs if we thought we had input available but
	didn't get SIGIO.  If the system doesn't have SIGIO, then
	#ifdef it out.

	* print.c (Fexternal_debugging_output): Arguments were declared
	ANSI-style - rewritten in K&R 1 fashion.

	* floatfns.c (IN_FLOAT): Cast the zero in the `else' clause of the
	conditional expression to SIGTYPE, to match the type of the
	float_error call in the `then' clause.

	* s/hpux8.h: #define HPUX8; this is supposed to be customary
	procedure, and fileio.c was expecting it, but somehow it didn't
	get defined.

	* sysdep.h: Move inclusions of [AIX] <sys/hft.h>,
	<sys/devinfo.h>, <sys/pty.h>, <unistd.h> [NEED_BSDTTY]
	<sys/bsdtty.h>, [HPUX and HAVE_PTYS] <sys/ptyio.h>, [SYSV_PTYS]
	<sys/tty.h>, <sys/pty.h>, and [pfa] <sys/file.h> to systerm.h;
	also move undefinition of LLITOUT under BSD4_1 to systerm.h.
	* systerm.h: They're here.

	* xterm.c (XTcursor_to, XTclear_end_of_line): Declare to return
	int in the function definitions as well as their declarations.

1992-04-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (directory_file_name): When checking if the string ends
	with '/', check that slen is a valid length *before* examining
	dst[slen-1], not after.

1992-04-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_death_handler): New function.
	(x_error_handler): Call x_death_handler to shut down Emacs.
	(x_term_init): Use x_death_handler to handle SIGPIPE, instead of
	x_error_handler, which expects to be passed a display and an
	* process.c (send_process): This used to set a handler to
	catch SIGPIPEs when writing to a subprocess, and then set the
	handler to SIGDFL after writing, but this would stomp on the
	SIGPIPE handler for for the X connection.  So restore the prevous
	handler instead of changing to SIGDFL.

1992-04-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* indent.c (compute_motion): Fix skipping invis lines and
	truncation at right margin.

1992-04-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/hpux.h (PTY_NAME_SPRINTF, PTY_TTY_NAME_SPRINTF): Use pty_name,
	not ptyname.
	* s/rtu.h: Same.

	* process.c (pty_process): Add 'int' to the declaration 'static
	pty_processes;'.  This makes it a happy declaration even when
	static has been #defined as the empty string.
	* xterm.c (XTcursor_to, XTclear_end_of_line): Same.

	* unexec.c (sbrk): Declare this to return void * if __STDC__ is
	defined, or char * otherwise.

	* lread.c (init_lread): Re-cleaned logic.  To determine whether the
	load path was changed before dumping, cons up a dump path and
	compare it.  This method is more localized and accurate.
	(initial_path): Variable removed.
	(syms_of_lread): Don't staticpro.

	* floatfns.c (float_error): Declare and define this to return

	* systime.h [HAVE_TIMEVAL] (EMACS_GET_TIME): Declare dummy to be a
	real struct timezone, instead of an EMACS_TIME.  Since
	HAVE_TIMEVAL is defined, struct timezone ought to be declared, so
	there's no harm in passing the genuine article.

	* sysdep.c [USG] (rename): Place under the protection of a new
	preprocessor symbol, HAVE_RENAME.
	* s/hpux.h (HAVE_RENAME): Defined.

	* sysdep.c [USG] (setpriority): Declare to return int, not void.

	* s/template.h: Add template section for HAVE_TERMIOS.

	* term.c (cursor_to, raw_cursor_to, fatal): Do declare the types
	of the arguments.

1992-04-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): When the interactive spec is
	a string, it may be relocated while reading the arguments.  To
	avoid this, make a copy of the spec to refer to, instead of
	using a pointer to the data of the spec string.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): When following the function
	chain of a symbol, check for quits.

1992-04-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* lread.c (init_lread): Make the load path default to
	PATH_LOADSEARCH when we're not dumping (null purify-flag), and
	PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH when we are (not (null (purify-flag))).
	Change from April 7th incorrectly always used PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH.

	* lread.c (init_lread): Cleaned up logic; to determine whether the
	load path was changed before dumping, remember the initial value
	and compare against it.
	(initial_path): New variable to support this.
	(syms_of_lread): staticpro initial_path.

	* ymakefile: Renamed filenames like "*-dist" to "*.in".

	* Doc fixes.

1992-04-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* config.h-dist: Renamed to, for consistency with
	the installation conventions of other GNU programs.
	* paths.h-dist: Renamed to

1992-04-11  David J. MacKenzie  (

	* termcap.c: Declare getenv.

1992-04-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* Makefile: Renamed to; the configure script will edit
	this to produce Makefile.

1992-04-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* paths.h-dist (PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH): New macro.
	* lread.c (init_lread): If we're building an Emacs to be dumped,
	use PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH as the default load path, so we can
	correctly find our lisp files.

	* config.h-dist, paths.h-dist: Added "-*- C -*-" to top lines, so
	Emacs will know that these are really C source.

1992-04-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* search.c (syms_of_search): When allocating memory
	searchbuf.buffer, cast the return value of malloc to unsigned char
	*, not char *; this changed in the most recent version of the
	regex code.

1992-03-31  Jim Blandy  (

	* doc.c (Fdocumentation): Don't forget to end each line of the
	docstring with "\n\".

	* process.c (Fprocess_connection): Change "#ifdef 0" around this
	function to "#if 0".

	* eval.c (Flet, FletX): Signal an error if one of the let's binding
	clauses has more than one value form, as in (let ((a 1 2)) a).

	* eval.c (Ffuncall): Re-install change of March 10; I don't know
	why it went away.

	* search.c (compile_pattern): Declare the variable which holds the
	return value of re_compile_pattern to be const, if this is ANSI C.

	* alloc.c (xrealloc): Change "ese" to "else".

	* crt0.c (start1) [sun_soft]: Change 'jst' to 'jsr'.  The Sun
	assembly language manual doesn't list any 'jst' instruction, I
	don't know of one personally, and all the analogous code
	around it uses 'jsr'.

	* crt0.c [m68k]: Merged with GNU C Library's version: added
	conditionals for sun_68881, sun_fpa, sun_soft.

	* config.h-dist: Adjusted for renaming of share-lib to etc.
	* lread.c (read1): Same.
	* doc.c (Fdocumentation_property, Fsnarf_documentation): Same.
	* ymakefile: Same.

1992-03-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* crt0.c: Merged changes from 18.58:
	[hp9000s300]: Set flag_fpa.  Define float_loc.
	[new hp assembler]: Double flag_fpa and flag_68881 if %d2!=0.
	(start1): Declare to be static at the top of the file.
	(_start): Removed static declaration in this function; since
	everyone wants it, we'll just put it here.

1992-03-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Allow quitting from I/O.
	(Fcopy_file): Likewise.

1992-03-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* m-intel386.h (HAVE_ALLOCA): Inhibit if C_ALLOCA.
	(LIB_STANDARD): Alternate USG value if __GNUC__ or C_ALLOCA

	* alloc.c (xrealloc): If handed a NULL pointer for the block to
	resize, malloc a new block and return that.  Not all reallocs do

	* m/elxsi.h: Doc fix.

1992-03-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (Fsleep_for): Call wait_reading_process_input, whether
	or not we have process support; let the emulator do the work.
	* emacs.c (fatal_error_signal, Fkill_emacs): Call
	kill_buffer_processes even when subprocesses is not #defined; we
	have a stub.

	* process.c [not defined (subprocesses)] (Fget_buffer_process,
	init_process, syms_of_process): New stub versions of these functions.
	* emacs.c (main): Call init_process and syms_of_process whether or
	not subprocesses is #defined.
	* xdisp.c (decode_mode_spec): Call Fget_buffer_process whether or
	not subprocesses is #defined.

1992-03-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Call
	wait_reading_process_input, even when subprocesses is not
	#defined, instead of doing a whole lot of hairy SIGIO-pausing
	* dispnew.c (Fsit_for): Call wait_reading_process_input, whether
	or not subprocesses is #defined.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Since we're no longer
	checking for exceptional conditions in the call to select, all of
	the different ways to call select for different systems have
	become the same; remove the #if conditionals around this.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): When returning quit_char because we got
	an interrupt signal, claim that the character came from the
	currently selected screen.

1992-03-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Doc fix.

	* process.c [not defined (subprocesses)] (kill_buffer_processes):
	New dummy version of this function.
	* buffer.c (Fkill_buffer): Removed '#ifdef subprocesses'
	protection from the call to kill_buffer_processes; this is safe
	whether or not we actually have subprocesses.

1992-03-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/pfa50.h: New file.
	* process.c (create_process, process_send_signal): Added changes
	for m/pfa50.h.
	* sysdep.c: Same.
	* unexec.c: Same.

1992-03-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c (child_setup): Always put the child in its own
	process group.

1992-03-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* mem_limits.h (POINTER): Doc fix.

	* ralloc.c: Don't #include lisp.h and xterm.h; we no longer need
	to block input in critical sections.
	(r_alloc, r_alloc_free, r_re_alloc): Don't use BLOCK_INPUT and
	UNBLOCK_INPUT; these are no longer needed.
	(struct bp): Doc fix.

1992-03-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* ralloc.c (obtain): When deciding how many pages to request, take
	into account the amount of spare bytes at the end of the current
	page; let get be ROUNDUP (size - already_available), instead of
	ROUNDUP (size).
	(relinquish): Re-organized for clarity.

	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time): Updated to return the current time's
	seconds split into two 16-bit integers (similar to the system used
	by file-attributes), and the milliseconds.

1992-03-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (Faccept_process_output): Add new optional argument
	TIMEOUT-MSECS, and return non-nil iff we actually got some input
	from the process(es).
	(wait_reading_process_input): Make return value indicate whether
	we got some input from the specified process, when read_kbd is a
	process, or from any process when read_kbd isn't particular.

	* indent.c (Fmove_to_column): Pass the correct number of arguments
	to Findent_to.

	* eval.c (Ffuncall): If a subr is asking for too many arguments,
	abort instead of printing an error message; this is an internal
	flaw in Emacs, and the subr cannot be called.

1992-03-06  Roland McGrath  (

	* doc.c (Fdocumentation, Fdocumentation_property): Take optional
	new arg to not pass results thru substitute-command-keys.

1992-03-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* unexmips.c (unexec): When setting up the data_section header,
	calculate the size of the section as "brk - data_start," not "brk

1992-02-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c: #include "systime.h".
	(Fcopy_file): Use the systime.h macros to copy the time to the new
	* ymakefile: Note that fileio.o depends on systime.h.

	* ymakefile (dispnew.o): Note that this depends on systerm.h and
	(editfns.o, xterm.o, sysdep.o): Note that this depends on
	(emacs.o, keyboard.o, process.o, sysdep.o): Note that these depend
	on systerm.h.

	* systerm.h: Expanded to handle getting and setting terminal
	(struct emacs_tty): New structure, which consolidates all of the
	old tty parameter structures.
	* sysdep.c (TABS_OK): Definitions of this macro removed;
	EMACS_TTY_TABS_OK replaces it.
	(TERMINAL): Definitions removed; now we use struct emacs_tty.
	[VMS] (input_chan): Renamed to...
	(input_fd): and defined even when VMS isn't; in that case, we
	leave it initialized to zero, which is the input tty.  This allows
	us to use the EMACS_GET_TTY and EMACS_SET_TTY for both VMS and
	(discard_tty_input): Use struct emacs_tty and its macros instead
	of TERMINAL.  Replace some of conditional with a call to
	(child_setup_tty): Use struct emacs_tty and its macros instead of
	TERMINAL and conditionals.
	(old_gtty, old_ltchars, old_tchars, old_lmode): Replaced by...
	(old_tty): New variable.
	(lmode): Made conditional on BSD4_1, since it's only used by the
	BSD4_1 support code now.
	(init_sys_modes): Define tty to be a struct emacs_tty, not a
	TERMINAL.  Use macros to get and set parameters for VMS and
	Unices. Set lmode, tchars, and ltchars along with the rest of the
	tty state.
	(tabs_safe_p): Use EMACS_GET_TTY and EMACS_TTY_TABS_OK instead of
	(reset_sys_modes): Use EMACS_SET_TTY to restore the settings from
	old_tty, instead of using hairy conditionals.

	* sysdep.c (get_screen_size): Neatened; now each system of
	reporting the screen size is separated from the rest.

	EMACS_GET_TTY_PGRP): New macros to handle setting a tty's current
	process group.
	* sysdep.c (setpgrp_of_tty): Use the above, instead of

	* sysdep.c: #include "systerm.h".
	#ifs that choose #include files moved from here...
	* systerm.h: to here.

	* sysdep.c [APOLLO]: We now undefine TIOCSTART not here but...
	* systerm.h: here.

	* sysdep.c [BROKEN_TIOCGETC]: We now undefine TIOCGETC not here but...
	* systerm.h: here.

	* sysdep.c [BROKEN_FIONREAD]: We now undefine FIONREAD and FASYNC
	not here but...
	* systerm.h: here.

	* process.c (process_send_signal): Steal 18.58's version of this,
	but incorporate the support for VMS signals.

	* syssignal.h (EMACS_KILLPG): New macro.
	* process.c (process_send_signal): Use it.
	* sysdep.c (sys_suspend): Use it.

	* syssignal.h (SIGCHLD): If we have SIGCLD and not SIGCHLD, define
	SIGCHLD as an alias for SIGCLD.
	* sysdep.c: Remove code for above.

	* sysdep.c (init_baud_rate): Rather than trying to maintain the
	illusion of an abstraction with the OSPEED and SETOSPEED macros,
	just use conditionalized code for each terminal kind.  This is the
	only place we ever need this functionality.
	(OSPEED, SETOSPEED): Definitions removed.

1992-02-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* sysdep.c: Moved definition of sigunblock macro to ...
	* syssignal.h: Here.

	* hftctl.c: #include <sys/uio.h> before #including <sys/tty.h>.
	(hfqry, hfskbd): Declare these functions as static before all uses.
	* unexaix.c (make_hdr, mark_x, copy_text_and_data, copy_sym):
	Declare as static before all uses.
	Remove extraneous semicolons from #ifdefs of COFF and XCOFF.
	(unrelocate_symbols): Cast the initializers of t_start and d_start
	to ulong.

	* s/template.h: Include a clause for the HAVE_TERMIO flag.

1992-02-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Don't clear Vquit_flag when we catch an
	interrupt and return a quit_char; this change (Mar 21 1991) is too
	large a change in functionality for the cleanliness it gains.

	* pwd.h: Renamed to vms-pwd.h, so that we don't get it by accident
	when we #include <pwd.h> with the `-I.' flag given to the
	* editfns.c [VMS]: Changed to include vms-pwd.h instead of pwd.h.
	* fileio.c [VMS]: Same.
	* filelock.c [VMS]: Same.
	* sysdep.c [VMS]: Same.

	* xrdb.c: Changed to #include "vms-pwd.h" if VMS is defined,
	instead of including <pwd.h> unconditionally.

	* window.c (Fset_window_display_table): Rearranged to make etags

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Clear the meta flag from the keypress
	event before handing it to XLookupString.

1992-02-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* sysdep.c: No need to test #ifdef TIOCGETP before #undefing it.

1992-02-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* systime.h: New file.
	* dispnew.c: #include "systime.h" to get <time.h> or <sys/time.h>,
	whichever is appropriate, instead of using a conditional.
	(Fsleep_for, Fsit_for, Fsleep_for_millisecs): Use the systime.h
	macros instead of HAVE_TIMEVAL conditionals.
	* editfns.c: #include "systime.h" to get <time.h> or <sys/time.h>,
	whichever is appropriate, instead of using a conditional.
	* fileio.c: Same.
	* process.c: Same.
	* xterm.c: Same.
	(wait_reading_process_input): Use the systime.h macros.
	* sysdep.c: #include "systime.h" to get <time.h> or <sys/time.h>,
	whichever is appropriate, instead of using a conditional.

	* m/template.h: Add description of NO_SOCK_SIGIO.

	* sysdep.c (reset_sys_modes): Doc fix.

	* keyboard.c (sigfree, sigholdx, sigblockx, sigunblockx)
	(sigpausex): Definitions moved to syssignal.h.

	* dispnew.c: Doc fix.

	* systerm.h: New file, to consolidate the system-dependent
	terminal-handling trash.
	* emacs.c: #include systerm.h.
	(main): Use systerm.h macros instead of conditionals.
	* dispnew.c: #include systerm.h.
	(update_screen): Use EMACS_OUTQSIZE instead of the direct ioctl.
	* keyboard.c: #include systerm.h to get the proper FIONREAD header
	files, instead of using conditional.

	* syssignal.h: Added copyright notice.

	* emacssignal.h: Renamed to syssignal.h, to be like sysdep.c.
	* data.c, keyboard.c, process.c, sysdep.c, ymakefile: Changed
	#include directives.

1992-02-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/intel386.h: Don't bother casting the argument to the signal
	function; the SIGTYPE code in config.emacs ought to take care of

	* buffer.c (record_buffer): Doc fix.

1992-02-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/iris3-6.h: #define HAVE_GETWD.

1992-02-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (Fwindow_at): Accept position as two arguments, not a
	cons of numbers.

	* window.c (scroll_command): Undo the Jan 31 change; do set the
	current buffer to the selected window's buffer.  A simple
	set-buffer will make these two different.

1992-02-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Clear synch_process_death and
	synch_process_retcode to zero before forking the process.

	* process.c (synch_process_death, synch_process_retcode): Don't
	declare them extern here.
	* process.h (synch_process_death, synch_process_retcode): Declare
	them extern here, along with synch_process_alive.

	* s/hpux.h: Define CLASH_DETECTION.

	* window.c (init_window_once): Don't pass any arguments to

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Move the label directly_done out of
	the else block to just after the else block.  This shouldn't
	change the semantics of the code, but appears to avoid a compiler
	bug on SCO Unix V.3.2v2.

	* fileio.c (Fset_umask, Fumask): New functions.
	(syms_of_fileio): defsubr them.

	* undo.c (Fprimitive_undo): When undoing a deletion with the point
	before the deleted text, use Finsert_before_markers so that the
	mark will end up on the other side of the text, if it's in the
	area at all.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Properly compute TAB_OFFSET for compute_motion.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Don't check whether cursor is at
	edge of screen here.
	* dispnew.c (direct_output_forward_char): Check here, and return
	zero if it can't be done.  And compare the cursor position to the
	window boundaries, not the screen boundaries.

1992-02-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (Fscreen_parameters): If the screen has a minibuffer
	window on another screen, return the window, instead of nil.
	(store_screen_param): If the value of the minibuffer parameter is
	a window, try to make it the surrogate minibuffer window.
	(Qminibuffer): New variable, to support above change.
	(syms_of_screen): Initialize and staticpro it.

	* m/tad68k.h: New file.

	* fileio.c (Ffile_accessible_directory_p): New function.
	(syms_of_fileio): defsubr it.
	* callproc.c: #include <errno.h>.
	(child_setup): Accept yet another argument, current_dir.
	Don't try to report an error here if current_dir is inaccessible;
	this function is called in a vforking process.  Just have the
	process exit with an error code.
	(Fcall_process): Make sure that the current directory is okay
	here, before we fork.  Pass the current_dir argument.
	* process.c (create_process): Same here.

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Don't assign into args[1] when nargs
	< 2.  Instead, use a new variable called infile.  Re-arranged
	logic which processes the BUFFER argument.

1992-02-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Doc fix.

	* scroll.c (line_ins_del): Since we're calculating the array from
	end to beginning, make the indices go that way, and thus clearly
	get the right boundary.  This used to ignore the [0] element, and
	write in the [screen_height] element, which doesn't exist.

1992-02-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (redisplay, try_window_id): Special case for change
	at beginning of line, if using selective display.

1992-01-31  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/delta88k.h: Added USUAL-OPSYS information, for the
	config.emacs script to use.

	* window.c (scroll_command): Don't bother setting the current
	buffer to the selected window's buffer; this should always already
	be the case.  Add check just in case.

	* indent.c (compute_motion): Don't pack vpos and hpos into one int;
	use separate variables hpos/vpos and prev_hpos/prev_vpos.
	(vmotion): Use largest int as tovpos arg to compute_motion.

1992-01-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c: #include "keyboard.h" to get the Qmode_line and
	Qvertical_split declarations.
	* ymakefile (window.o): Note that this depends on keyboard.h.

	* callproc.c (getenv_internal): Cast the pointer to the variable's
	value to a char *; elisp strings are unsigned char *'s.  And
	valuelen is an int *, not an int **.

	* scroll.c (do_scrolling): Document meaning of enable flag in

1992-01-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-orion105.h (C_DEBUG_SWITCH, LIBS_DEBUG): Defs deleted.

1992-01-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-iris4d.h (C_SWITCH_MACHINE): New definition.

1992-01-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* term.c: #include "keyboard.h", for Vfunction_key_map.
	* keyboard.h: Declare Vfunction_key_map.

	* keyboard.h: New file, for external declarations used in
	processing keyboard input and events.
	* lisp.h (Qmode_line, Qvertical_split, num_input_chars)
	(poll_suppress_count): Extern declarations moved to keyboard.h.
	* keyboard.c: #include "keyboard.h".
	(Qvscrollbar_par, Qvslider_part, Qvthumbup_part)
	(Qvthumbdown_part, Qhscrollbar_part, Qhslider_part)
	(Qhthumbleft_part, Qhthumbright_part): Moved declarations here from
	xfns.c, so they're with the other event heading symbols.
	* eval.c: #include "keyboard.h".
	* ymakefile (callint.o, keyboard.o, keymap.o, xfns.o, eval.o):
	Note that these depend on keyboard.h.

	* xfns.c: The above symbols aren't here any more.  #include
	"keyboard.h" to get them.
	(syms_of_xfns): Don't initialize or staticpro them.
	* keyboard.h: Added extern declarations for the above.
	* callint.c: #include "keyboard.h".

	* xfns.c (Vmouse_screen_part): Variable removed, no longer used.
	(syms_of_xfns): Changed accordingly.

	* xterm.c (Qmouse_moved): Variable removed, no longer used.
	(Qmouse_click, Qscrollbar_click): Removed.  These are now event
	types, in keyboard.c and keyboard.h; they're no longer used in
	this way.
	(Vmouse_window, Vmouse_screen_part): Extern declarations removed.
	(XTread_socket): Don't assign to Vmouse_window or
	(syms_of_xterm): Changed accordingly.

	macros to recognize and access events that have parameters, like
	mouse events.
	* keyboard.c (read_char, echo_char, Fmouse_click_p)
	(read_key_sequence): Use them.
	* keymap.c: #include "keyboard.h".
	(access_keymap, store_in_keymap, Fsingle_key_description): Use the
	macros from keyboard.h.

	* keyboard.c (Qevent_kind): New symbol, naming the property of an event
	header where we put the event's type.
	(Qfunction_key, Qmouse_click, Qscrollbar_click): New symbols, used
	to tag different kinds of events.
	(Qevent_unmodified): New symbol, naming the property
	of an event header where we put an unmodified version of the event
	(modify_event_symbol): Take a new argument, SYMBOL_KIND, whose
	value should be put on the Qevent_kind property of each symbol we
	make.  Set the Qevent_unmodified property of each symbol we make.
	(make_lispy_event): Pass the appropriate SYMBOL_KIND argument to
	(struct event_head, head_table): New tables, to simplify the
	initialization of some of the event heads.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize and staticpro the symbols given in
	head_table, and put the Qevent_kind and Qevent_unmodified
	properties on them.  Initialize all of the new symbols listed

	* keyboard.c (lispy_function_keys, lispy_mouse_names): Renamed
	these from function_key_names and mouse_names, and moved them
	outside of make_lispy_event, since static doesn't work on all
	systems, and these can't be automatic.

1992-01-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): Remove Alliant conditional.
	* crt0.c: Conditionals for ALLIANT_2800.
	* m/alliant-2800.h: New file.
	* unexfx2800.c: New file.

	* m-mips4.h (C_DEBUG_SWITCH): Alternate defn for GCC.

	* sysdep.c [VMS] (sys_write): Special case for fixed-length
	with carriage-control characters.

	* s/isc2-2.h (NOMULTIPLEJOBS): Undef this.
	(LIBS_SYSTEM): Defined.
	* m/intel386.h (signal): Optionally don't define it.

1992-01-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* s/template.h: Document the SIGTYPE macro.
	* s/bsd4-3.h: Define the SIGTYPE macro.

	* data.c (Fsymbol_value): Extract all the innards of this function
	into find_symbol_value, except the code which signals an error.
	(find_symbol_value): New function.
	* lisp.h (find_symbol_value): Declare it.
	* keymap.c (current_minor_maps): Use it, instead of a call to
	Fboundp and Fsymbol_value per every minor map, for every key
	sequence read.

	* xterm.c (x_make_screen_visible): Don't raise the window.  This
	causes the window to pop to the front every time a message
	appears, which isn't desirable.

	* screen.c (Fselect_screen, Fdelete_screen, Fset_mouse_position)
	(Fmake_screen_visible, Fmake_screen_invisible, Ficonify_screen)
	(Fdeiconify_screen, Fscreen_parameters, Fmodify_screen_parameters)
	(Fset_screen_height, Fset_screen_width, Fset_screen_size)
	(Fset_screen_position): Use SCREEN_IS_X macro instead of testing
	for output_x_window.
	* xfns.c (adjust_scrollbars, Fx_store_cut_buffer): Same.

1992-01-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* term.c (term_get_fkeys): New function.
	(term_init): Call term_get_fkeys.

1992-01-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* editfns.c (Ffollchar, Fprevchar): Renamed to Ffollowing_char and
	Fprevious_char, for consistency.  Renamed Sfollchar and Sprevchar
	(syms_of_editfns): Fixed defsubrs.
	* lisp.h (Ffollchar, Fprevchar): Renamed extern declarations as above.

	* editfns.c (Ffollowing_char): Return 0 at the end of the buffer,
	as advertised.  Doc fix.
	(Fprevious_char): Doc fix.

	* config.h-dist: Rearranged to define user parameters before
	including the machine and opsystem files, so the files can have
	conditionals on the parameters.

1992-01-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): When expanding a function key
	recognized with Vfunction_key_map, don't scan the expansion for
	further function key sequences.

	* keyboard.c (Vfunction_key_map): Real declaration moved to
	keymap.c; this declaration made extern.
	(syms_of_keyboard): DEFVAR and initialization of Vfunction_key_map
	moved to keymap.c, since it should be initialized to a keymap, but
	we don't want to rely on Qkeymap being initialized now.
	* keymap.c (Vfunction_key_map): Variable moved here.
	(syms_of_keymap): DEFVAR and init here.

	* keymap.c (Fglobal_key_binding): Doc fix.

1992-01-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-delta88.h: New file.

	* window.c (window_scroll): New arg `noerror'.
	(scroll_command, Fscroll_other_window): Pass that arg.

1992-01-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (sigchld_handler):
	Set synch_process_death and synch_process_retcode.

1992-01-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* config.h-dist (SIGTYPE): New macro to help give signal handlers
	the correct type.
	* s/usg5-3.h (SIGTYPE): Define this to be void.
	* dispnew.c (window_change_signal): Declare this to return
	* emacs.c (fatal_error_signal): Same.
	* data.c (arith_error): Same.
	* process.c (create_process_1, send_process_trap,
	create_process_sigchld, sigchld_handler): Same.
	(create_process): Declare sigchld according to SIGTYPE.  This
	means we don't have to cast the return value of signal.
	* keyboard.c (input_poll_signal, interrupt_signal): Declare these
	to return SIGTYPE.
	(kbd_buffer_store_event): Include a forward declaration for
	interrupt_signal here.
	* sysdep.c (struct save_signal): Say the handler returns SIGTYPE
	instead of int.
	(save_signal_handlers): So we don't have to cast the return value
	from signal here.
	(sys_suspend): Declare oldsig according to SIGTYPE.
	(select): Declare old_trap using SIGTYPE.
	(select_alarm, wait_for_termination_signal): Declare these to
	return SIGTYPE.

	* emacs.c: #include <termios.h>, if we have it.
	(fatal_error_signal): If we have termios, use tcgetpgrp to get the
	terminal's process group.
	* process.c: If we have termios, #include <termios.h> instead of
	(process_send_signal): If we have termios, use tcgetpgrp to get
	the terminal's process group.  Have gid default to the child's
	pid, to simplify the logic below.
	* sysdep.c (flush_pending_output): If we are using termios, make
	this function a no-op; since we're not in the tty's pgroup, we
	would get a SIGTTIN.

1992-01-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* config.h-dist: Removed MAINTAIN_ENVIRONMENT clause.
	* callproc.c: Removed support for MAINTAIN_ENVIRONMENT.
	(init_callproc): Use getenv instead of egetenv to initialize
	* emacs.c (decode_env_path): Use getenv instead of egetenv
	* lisp.h: Removed support for MAINTAIN_ENVIRONMENT.
	* process.c: Same.
	* ymakefile: Same.
	* dispnew.c (init_display): Call getenv instead of egetenv.

	* editfns.c (Fgetenv): Function moved...
	* callproc.c (Fgetenv): To here, and made to scan
	Vprocess_environment instead of using the usual C getenv function.
	(getenv_internal): New function.
	(egetenv): New function.
	* lisp.h: Added extern declaration for egetenv.
	* editfns.c (syms_of_editfns): Adjusted.
	* callproc.c (syms_of_callproc): Adjusted.

	* window.h (minibuf_prompt_width): Declare this extern here, after
	minibuf.c: Don't extern declare it here.
	indent.c: As above.

	* dispnew.c (buffer_posn_from_coords): If there is a prompt in the
	minibuffer, account for its width when computing the buffer

	* Makefile (doall): Explicitly export CC to the xmakefile.

	* ymakefile: Use /* */ around comments; # confuses cpp.

	* ymakefile: Note that ralloc.o depends on mem_limits.h, xterm.h,
	and config.h.
	Note that vm-limit.o depends on mem_limits.h.

	* lread.c (read_escape): Return \a as '\007', not '\a'; the latter
	isn't portable, and this routine would have to be revised anyway
	to deal with anything other than ASCII.

	* keymap.c (current_minor_maps): Rewritten not to use
	function-local static variables, to accomodate DGUX.

	* xterm.h (UNBLOCK_INPUT): Replace "abort ()" with "(abort (),
	0)", to avoid type conflicts on odd systems like Ultrix.

	* xrdb.c: Include <sys/types.h>, and declare getuid to return uid_t.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): Use SET_PT macro instead of
	assigning to point.
	insdel.c (insert_from_string): Same.

	* xterm.c (XTcursor_to): Declare it static at the function
	definition, as well as at the top of the file.
	(dumpglyphs): Removed declarations for buf and cp; these variables
	are never used.

	* lisp.h (NULL): Renamed to NILP, so as not to conflict with
	<stdio.h>, and <stddef.h>.  All callers changed; all
	#undefinitions of NULL removed.

1992-01-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (message): #ifdef NO_ARG_ARRAY, make a local block to
	declare the explicit argument array.

	* config.h-dist: Instead of reaching the machine- and
	system-dependent files through symlinks, replace the strings

1992-01-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (stuff_buffered_input): Don't forget to increment
	kbd_fetch_ptr while looping through kbd_buffer.

1992-01-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_avail_input): Don't forget to fill in the
	screen field in events read from the terminal.
	* sysdep.c (kbd_input_ast, read_input_waiting): Call
	kbd_buffer_store_event with a `struct input_event *', not a
	character or a Lisp_Object.

1991-12-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* bytecode.c (docall): Don't remove protection from the arguments
	to Ffuncall.

1991-12-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (Vfunction_key_map): New variable.
	(read_key_sequence): Changed to recognize and substitute bindings
	in Vfunction_key_map at any point in the sequence, unless they
	conflict with ordinary bindings.
	(syms_of_keyboard): DEFVAR, document, and initialize

1991-12-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Vminor_mode_map_alist): New variable, to support
	keymaps for minor modes.
	(current_minor_maps, Fminor_mode_key_binding,
	Fcurrent_minor_mode_maps): New functions.
	(Fkey_binding): Rewritten to scan for minor mode bindings too.
	(syms_of_keymap): DEFVAR, document, and initialize
	Vminor_mode_map_alist, and defsubr the new Ffunctions.
	(describe_buffer_bindings): Describe the bindings established by
	minor modes too.
	* keyboard.c (follow_key): New function, to support...
	(read_key_sequence): Completely rewritten to handle scanning an
	arbitrary number of keymaps at a time.

	* keyboard.c (Fread_key_sequence): GCPRO keybuf, since it can hold
	lisp expressions while waiting for input.  Don't pass too many
	arguments to read_key_sequence.
	(command_loop_1): Don't pass too many arguments to read_key_sequence.

	* keyboard.c (add_command_key): New function; there are several
	places that add keys to this_command_keys, so we make one function
	to do the work.
	(read_char, Fexecute_extended_command): Call add_command_key
	instead of writing out its code again.
	(init_keyboard): Allocate this_command_keys according to

	* lread.c (read1): Change comment to use `share-lib' instead of `etc'.
	* doc.c (Fdocumentation_property, Fsnarf_documentation): Update
	docstring similarly.
	(Fsnarf_documentation): Use "../share-lib/" instead of "../etc/"
	to find doc file while dumping.
	* unexaix.c: Similar doc fix.

	* ymakefile (etcdir): Variable removed.
	(libsrc, archlib, sharelib): New variables, to take the place of

1991-12-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile (CFLAGS): Don't automatically include C_DEBUG_SWITCH
	in the value for CFLAGS; the configuration script will take care
	of choosing the debugging and optimization switches.

	* config.h-dist: Copy the GLYPH definitions from config.h to here.

1991-12-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* abbrev.c (Fexpand_abbrev): Run pre-abbrev-expand-hook.
	(syms_of_abbrev): Define that variable.

1991-12-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/m-*.h: Since the m- is now redundant, renamed all files to
	remove it, and changed references within files.
	* s/s-*.h: Same business.

1991-12-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* config.h-dist (MULTI_SCREEN): Define this automatically when
	we're using a window system.

1991-12-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* m/m-*.h (i.e. all machine config files): Added USUAL-OPSYS
	comments to tell the configuration script what sort of operating
	system this machine typically runs.

	* config.h-dist (MScreenWidth, MScreenLength): Deleted; no longer

1991-12-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time): New function, to return the current
	time as a number, like the Unix time(3) function.  This might be
	fun to port.
	(syms_of_editfns): defsubr it.

1991-12-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Vminor_mode_map_alist): New variable.
	(current_minor_maps): New function.
	(Fcurrent_minor_mode_maps): New function.
	(syms_of_keymap): DEFVAR, document, and initialize
	Vminor_mode_map_alist, and defsubr Fcurrent_minor_mode_maps.

	* callproc.c (Vdata_directory): New lisp variable, for the
	directory containing architecture-independent data files.
	(init_callproc): Initialize Vdata_directory from PATH_DATA, and
	make sure it exists.  Renamed execdir to tempdir, because we use
	it for both Vexec_directory and Vdata_directory.
	(syms_of_callproc): Doc fix for Vexec_directory, new DEFVAR_LISP
	for Vdata_directory.
	* paths.h-dist (PATH_DATA): New path macro, to initialize
	* doc.c (get_doc_string): Use Vdata_directory to find the
	docstrings, not Vexec_directory.
	* lisp.h (Vdata_directory): New extern declaration, for above
	* config.h-dist: Changed references to ../etc to ../share-lib.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): For the 'k' interactive code,
	cast the type of the symbol name before passing it to error.

1991-12-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_movement): Move call to
	mouse_position_hook from here...
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): To here, for symmetry with non-movement

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Set Vlast_event_screen for
	mouse movements, too.

1991-11-27  Jim Wilson  (

	* alloca.c (alloca): Add parens to make precedence clearer.

1991-11-26  Michael I Bushnell  (

	* search.c: Need to include sys/types.h because of recent mod to

1991-11-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* bytecode.c: BYTE_CODE_METER and BYTE_CODE_SAFE undefined by default.
	(METER_CODE): Define same name whether metering or not.
	(BinsertN): New byte code.
	(Fbyte_code): Improve overflow/underflow error messages.
	(docall): Put back previously lost code to remove protection
	from funcall args.

1991-11-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* lisp.h (make_array): New extern declaration.

	* alloc.c (make_sequence): Renamed to make_array; more accurate.
	* keyboard.c (Fread_key_sequence, Fthis_command_keys): Callers fixed.
	* macros.c (Fend_kbd_macro): Callers fixed.

1991-11-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (cmd_error): If an error occurs before somebody has
	provided a screen to print it on, print it to stderr and exit
	Emacs.  Handle batch-mode errors with the same code.
	* lisp.h (Qexternal_debugging_ouput): New extern declaration, for
	use in cmd_error.

	* screen.c (Fscreen_pixel_size, Fset_screen_position): Doc fix.

	* window.c (Fwindow_at): Typecheck COORDINATES more thoroughly.

	* screen.c (read_mouse_position): Function deleted.
	(Fread_mouse_position): Renamed to Fmouse_position, and changed to
	use mouse_position_hook.
	(syms_of_screen): Adjusted accordingly.
	* xfns.c (x_read_mouse_position): Function deleted.

	* screen.h (SCREENP): The non-MULTI_SCREEN case used to say this
	was false for all objects, but it should be true for the terminal
	screen, so make its definition the same as in the MULTI_SCREEN

	* screen.h (SCREEN_LIVE_P): New predicate.
	(CHECK_LIVE_SCREEN): New type-checking macro.
	(Qlive_screen_p): New error-reporting symbol.
	* screen.c (Qlive_screen_p): Declare the new symbol.
	(Flive_screen_p): New lisp predicate.
	(syms_of_screen): Initialize, staticpro, and defsubr the lot.
	* dispnew.c (Fredraw_screen): Use CHECK_LIVE_SCREEN.
	* screen.c (Fscreen_root_window, Fscreen_selected_window)
	(Fnext_screen, Fset_mouse_position, Frestore_screen_configuration)
	(Fmake_screen_visible, Fmake_screen_invisible, Ficonify_screen)
	(Fdeiconify_screen, Fscreen_visible_p, Fredirect_screen_focus)
	(Fscreen_focus, Fmodify_screen_parameters, Fset_screen_height)
	(Fset_screen_width, Fset_screen_size, Fset_screen_position)
	(Fselect_screen): Use CHECK_LIVE_SCREEN.
	* window.c (Fwindow_at, Fcurrent_window_configuration): Use
	* xfns.c (Ffocus_screen, Fx_pixel_width, Fx_pixel_height): Use

	* screen.c (Fdelete_screen): Do nothing if SCREEN is already

	* screen.c (Qscreenp): Staticpro this symbol.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): Doc fix.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): Give the screen a minibuffer if the
	'minibuffer parameter is t or nil; nil is the default value for
	omitted parameters, and t is intuitive.

1991-11-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (specbind): Check that the thing being bound is a symbol.
	(funcall_lambda): Signal an invalid-function error if the
	arguments are not all symbols.

1991-11-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (Fselect_screen): Don't select dead screens.
	* print.c (print): Print dead screen objects starting with
	"#<dead screen".

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Make sure that the compound
	events actually have valid window fields.

	* window.c (next_screen_window): Function deleted; Fnext_window
	can now do its job properly.
	(window_from_coordinates, window_loop): Call Fnext_window instead
	of next_screen_window.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Don't clear out minibuffer windows in the
	midst of the screen loop here.  That's confusing.
	(redisplay_window): Since this needs special code to detect
	minibuffers anyway, put it here.  And clear all the lines of a
	multi-line minibuffer, not just the first one.

1991-11-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (Fdelete_screen): When searching Vscreen_list for a new
	value for last_nonminibuf_screen, remember that the screens live
	in the cars of the list, not the cdrs.

	* xterm.c (x_make_screen_visible): Rearranged for clarity.

	* xdisp.c (echo_area_display): Rearranged for clarity.

1991-11-06  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (next_screen, prev_screen): New meaning for MINI_SCREEN
	argument helps implement the behavior of Fnext_window.
	(Fnext_screen): Document the new behavior.

	* screen.c (make_minibuffer_screen): Do set has_minibuffer for
	minibuffer-only screens.
	(Fscreen_parameters): Correctly generate value of minibuffer
	* screen.h (SCREEN_HAS_MINIBUF): New predicate.
	* dispnew.c (change_screen_size): Use it.
	* screen.c (Fdelete_screen): Use it.

	* screen.c (Vglobal_minibuffer_screen): Renamed
	Vdefault_minibuffer_screen to better describe its significance.
	(make_screen_without_minibuffer, syms_of_screen): Adjusted.
	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): Doc string adjusted.

	* xdisp.c (display_mode_line): Make the code which names the
	screen after the current buffer not depend on
	* xterm.c (Vglobal_minibuffer_screen): Don't declare this extern
	here; it's never used.

1991-11-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (Fdelete_screen): Document the fact that surrogate
	minibuffer screens may not be deleted.

	* screen.h (SCREEN_MINIBUF_ONLY_P): New predicate, true iff the
	screen's only window is a minibuffer, aka a "minibuffer screen" or
	a "minibuffer-only" screen.
	* dispnew.c (change_screen_size): Use it.
	* screen.c (Fselect_screen, next_screen, prev_screen)
	(Fdelete_screen): Use it.
	* window.c (Fdisplay_buffer): Use it.

	* screen.c (next_screen, prev_screen): Make MINIBUF a lisp
	boolean, not a C boolean.
	(Fnext_screen, Fdelete_screen): Changed to fit.
	* window.c (Fnext_window, Fprevious_window): Changed to fit.

	* screen.c (make_screen_without_minibuffer): Error string improvement.

	* screen.c (syms_of_screen): Doc grammar fix for Vemacs_iconified.

	* screen.c (next_screen): Added some sanity checks, rewrote comments.

	* screen.h (Vglobal_minibuffer_screen): Don't declare this.  It
	shouldn't be used for anything but screen creation.
	* window.c (Fminibuffer_window): Vglobal_minibuffer_screen is not
	necessarily the screen containing the current minibuffer window.
	Also, call choose_minibuf_window; it does much of the work here.
	(Fnext_window): Used to insist on looping through all screens if
	Vglobal_minibuffer_screen was non-nil.  Now includes screen's
	minibuffer window according to MINIBUF, no matter what screen it's
	on, and ignores Vglobal_minibuffer_screen.  Loop termination logic
	cleaned up.  Clarified doc string.
	(Fprev_window): Same problems as Fnext_window, above.
	* screen.c (Vglobal_minibuffer_screen): Documentation rewritten to
	emphasize that it is only a parameter of the creation of
	minibufferless screens, and not an indication of where the
	minibuffer is.
	(prev_screen): Used to assume that Vglobal_minibuffer_screen was
	the only minibuffer-only screen, and would enter an infinite loop
	if Vglobal_minibuffer_screen was the only screen in the list.
	Rewritten to fix these problems.
	* minibuf.c (Vglobal_minibuffer_screen): Don't declare it extern
	here; it's not used.

	* editfns.c (Fmessage): Don't call Fmake_screen_visible here.
	* xdisp.c (message, message1): Call it here, so that Emacs C
	functions like Fy_or_n_p make the screen visible too.

1991-11-04  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (readable_events): If EVENT_QUEUES_EMPTY, we can
	short-circuit and say no.  Otherwise, if do_mouse_tracking, we can
	short-circuit and say yes.  These things let us scan the event
	queue less often.

	* termhooks.h (mouse_tracking_enable_hook): Replaced by...
	(mouse_moved, mouse_position_hook): It turns out that it is
	possible and no less efficient simply to tell Emacs if the mouse
	has moved since last noticed, and let it ask for the current mouse
	position; X's pointer motion hints are a cool thing.
	* term.c (mouse_tracking_enable_hook): Replaced by...
	(mouse_position_hook): New, simpler interface.
	* keyboard.c (struct movement, movement_buf, movement_ptr):
	Replaced by...
	(mouse_moved): This flag, to be used in conjuction with
	(EVENT_QUEUES_EMPTY): Adjusted to use mouse_moved instead of
	movement_buf and movement_ptr.
	(tracking_off, Ftrack_mouse): Don't call mouse_tracking_enable
	(note_mouse_position): Moved to xterm.c.
	(get_mouse_position): Replaced by mouse_position_hook.
	(make_lispy_event): Movement event generation code moved out to a
	separate function...
	(make_lispy_movement): Create a mouse movement event for the
	current mouse position.  Use mouse_position_hook instead of
	get_mouse_position.  Added static declaration for this above...
	(kbd_buffer_get_event): Use mouse_moved instead of movement_buf
	and movement_ptr.  Call make_lispy_movement instead of
	(init_keyboard): Initialize do_mouse_tracking.  Don't init
	movement_ptr and movement_buf.
	* xterm.h (STANDARD_EVENT_SET): Add PointerMotionMask and
	PointerMotionHintMask to the set.
	* xterm.c (pixel_to_glyph_translation): Renamed to
	pixel_to_glyph_coords, made static, simplified to take advantage
	of constant-size characters, and extended to return the bounding
	rectangle of the glyph returned.
	(construct_mouse_click): The 'button' field of a button event is
	the button number, not a mask; convert it to a mask before
	frobbing x_mouse_grabbed.  Call pixel_to_glyph_coords properly.
	(last_mouse_screen, last_mouse_glyph): New variables, to keep
	track of when the pointer has moved to a different glyph.
	(note_mouse_position): Moved here from keyboard.c and made static.
	Check if the new mouse position is over a new glyph.  If it is,
	set mouse_moved flag; otherwise, call XQueryPointer to get the
	next motion event.
	(XTmouse_tracking_enable): No longer needed, since pointer motion
	hints let us implement the simpler mouse position hook.
	(XTmouse_position): New hook.  Call XQueryPointer to get the
	current mouse position and request notification about the next
	mouse movement.  Clear the mouse_moved flag.
	(pixel_to_glyph_coords, construct_mouse_click,
	note_mouse_position, XTmouse_position): Put these all on the same
	(XTread_socket): Case MotionNotify, call note_mouse_position with
	the right args; don't call pixel_to_glyph_translation.
	(x_term_init): Set mouse_position_hook instead of

1991-10-31  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): When trying to avoid starting
	display at the end of the buffer: check that startp < ZV, not
	startp <= ZV.

1991-10-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_do_pending_expose, XTmouse_tracking_enable): Use
	SCREEN_IS_X instead of testing output_method directly.

1991-10-26  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): In the single-screen optimization, always
	update the minibuffer's screen as well as the selected screen, no
	matter what the echo_area_glyphs are.  This makes sure that
	messages get cleared after a keystroke.

1991-10-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* callint.c (Finteractive): Doc fix.

	* xterm.c (XTmouse_tracking_enable): Block input while changing
	the screens' input selection masks.

	* window.c (change_window_height): If the window being resized is
	the only window of the screen, no size change is possible; make
	the delta be zero.  Exit without "changing" the sizes of any
	windows if the delta is zero.

	* alloc.c: Don't bother to include xterm.h.
	(Fgarbage_collect): Don't bother to BLOCK_INPUT here,
	since we don't cons in the input handler.

1991-10-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (init_window_once): Set last_nonminibuf_screen to the
	initial terminal screen, so that poor Fdisplay_buffer doesn't try
	to create a new screen on a terminal.

1991-10-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-intel386.h (signal): Optionally don't define it.
	* s-isc2-2.h (DONT_DEFINE_SIGNAL): Define this.

1991-10-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* scroll.c (line_ins_del): Don't calculate costs off the end of mf
	and ov; use < in loop condition, not <=.

	* scroll.c (scroll_cost): Logic rearranged.

	* dispnew.c (change_screen_size): Change "SCREEN_IS_TERMCAP
	(screen) == output_termap" to "SCREEN_IS_TERMCAP (screen)"
	(window_change_signal): Use SCREEN_IS_TERMCAP predicate instead of
	testing output_method_directly.

1991-10-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.h (STANDARD_EVENT_SET): Include ButtonReleaseMask in
	* xterm.c (XTmouse_tracking_enable): Don't bother or'ing
	ButtonReleaseMask with the STANDARD_EVENT_SET.

	* dispnew.c (buffer_posn_from_coords): If the coordinates are off
	past the end of a line, return them as being *before* the newline,
	not after.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_event): Set input_pending after
	reading the event, no matter what sort of event it is - i.e., move
	the assignment to input_pending outside of the event lispifying

	* keyboard.c (note_mouse_position): Don't record a "new" mouse
	position unless it really differs from the last one returned.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_read_char): Renamed to
	kbd_buffer_get_event, for consistency with kbd_buffer_store_event.

	* window.c (Fwindow_at): Modified to take the coordinates as a
	pair, not a two-element list, for ease of use and compatibility
	with events.  Make SCREEN argument second and optional.
	(Fcoordinates_in_window_p): Modified to take and return the
	coordinates as above, and to distinguish the right border as well
	as the mode line.
	(window_from_coordinates): Modified to distinguish the right
	border as well as the mode line.
	* lisp.h (Qmode_line, Qvertical_split): Declare this extern, from
	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Distinguish a window's right
	border from its text area.

	* window.c (coordinates_in_window): Make it static.

	* window.c (Flocate_window_from_coordinates): Renamed to
	(syms_of_window): Adjusted.
	* lisp.h: Adjusted to say so.

	* screen.c (Fcoordinates_in_window_p, window_from_coordinates,
	Flocate_window_from_coordinates): Functions moved to window.c.
	(syms_of_screen): Adjusted.
	* window.c (Fcoordinates_in_window_p, window_from_coordinates,
	Flocate_window_from_coordinates): Here they are.
	(syms_of_window): Adjusted.
	* lisp.h: Adjusted to say so.

1991-10-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (XTclear_end_of_line): This used to try to get the
	cursor out of the way by comparing the line being cleared with
	s->cursor_y, which is meaningless; it should have compared it with
	s->phys_cursor_y.  Changed to just mark the cursor as cleared if
	it's in the area we're clearing.

1991-10-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-intel386.h: Fix typo in #endif.

1991-10-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Added new interactive spec 'K',
	for mouse clicks.  Added explanation to doc string.  Removed 'e'
	spec, which didn't work with the new input model anyway.
	* keyboard.c (Fmouse_click_p): New function.
	(syms_of_keyboard): defsubr it.

	* keyboard.c (EVENT_QUEUES_EMPTY): Clarified comment.
	(tracking_off): Change "if (!readable_events)" to
	"if (!readable_events ())".
	(Ftrack_mouse): Doc fix.
	(kbd_buffer_read_char): Fix brainos in tossing of unwanted events.
	Don't use EVENT_QUEUES_EMPTY to set input_pending; call

1991-10-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (Qmode_line): New quoted symbol.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize and staticpro it.
	(make_lispy_event): Use it to indicate when a mouse position is in
	a window's mode line.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Consider the window to be resized if
	either the character or pixel dimensions have changed; this will
	catch font size changes.

1991-10-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Removed all the
	exceptional condition stuff.  Emacs lacks any way to respond to
	such a state, and selecting for it without responding to it can make
	Emacs loop indefinitely.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket, construct_mouse_click): Make sure that
	all enqueued events have their timestamp field set.
	* termhooks.h (struct input_event): Doc fix.
	* keyboard.c (last_event_timestamp): New variable.
	(get_mouse_position, kbd_buffer_store_event,
	kbd_buffer_read_char): Make sure to fill in Vlast_event_screen and
	* xselect.c (mouse_timestamp): Don't use this anymore.
	(last_event_timestamp): Use this instead.
	(Fx_own_selection, Fx_own_clipboard, Fx_get_selection)
	(Fx_get_clipboard): Use last_event_timestamp instead of

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Don't pass extra arguments to

	* keyboard.c (echo_truncate): Don't call echo here; this results
	in extraneous echoing of characters.
	(read_key_sequence): After calling echo_truncate, call echo_char
	to put the character we just read into the minibuffer, if

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Removed unused argument

1991-10-01  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (x_create_screen): Initialize phys_cursor_x to -1, to
	indicate that the screen has no displayed cursor.

	* xfns.c (x_create_screen): Let InternalBorderWidth default to 1.

	* xterm.c (x_display_bar_cursor): Declare this to be static void.

	* xterm.c (XTupdate_begin): Don't turn off the cursor.  This makes
	ugly flickering.  Instead, make it okay for XTins_del_lines to do
	* screen.h (struct screen): New field phys_cursor_glyph, keeping
	track of the glyph under the currently displayed cursor.  Since
	current_glyphs is sometimes inaccurate when we want to undraw the
	cursor (as when XTins_del_lines is called from do_scrolling), we
	can't always get the GLYPH from there.
	* xterm.c (x_draw_single_glyph): Take the glyph to draw as an
	argument, instead of taking it from the screen matrix.
	(x_display_box_cursor): Set and use s->phys_cursor_glyph.

	* ymakefile: Note that scroll.o and xmenu.o depend on screen.h.

1991-09-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): When building mouse movement
	event, use `m', not `event', dummy.

1991-09-26  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (Fscreen_parameters): Return the proper value for the
	'minibuffer parameter for minibuffer-only screens.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): When the start position is forced,
	constrain it to be within the visible region anyway.

	* xterm.c (XTwrite_glyphs): Instead of turning off the cursor
	before we write, just notice if we wrote over it.

	* xfns.c (x_decode_color): If a screen has two planes, then it is
	considered a color screen, and we should look up the color value.

	* ymakefile: Include xselect.o and xrdb.o in XOBJ even when
	HAVE_X_MENU is not defined.

	* fns.c (Fdelete): This used to be named Fdelq; Roland forgot to
	change the function name in his August 17 change.
	(syms_of_fns): defsubr Fdelete.

1991-09-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* alloca.c: Do nothing if alloca is defined as a macro.

1991-09-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-pfa50.h: New file.

1991-09-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexec.c: Add conditionals for COFF_ENCAPSULATE.

1991-08-17  Roland McGrath  (

	* fns.c (Fdelete): New fn.  We have member now; we should have
	delete too.

1991-08-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (x_get_arg): Clean bad characters out of the screen name
	before using it as a resource key.

	* abbrev.c (Fexpand_abbrev): Don't let capitalization go past point.

	* sysdep.c (sys_suspend): Don't use & before array name.

	* sysdep.c [BROKEN_FIONREAD]: Undefine FASYNC.

	* m-tandem-s2.h (START_FILES, LIB_STANDARD): Added.

	* s/s-aix3-1.h: Define HAVE_TCATTR.

	* xfns.c (Fx_grab_cursor, Fx_ungrab_cursor): Functions removed.

1991-08-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* bytecode.c (Qbyte_code_meter): New.
	(Bend_of_line, Bset_marker, Bmatch_beginning, Bmatch_end, Bupcase)
	(Bdowncase, BRgoto, BRgotoifnil, BRgotoifnonnil)
	(BRgotoifnilelsepop, BRgotoifnonnilelsepop, BlistN, BconcatN): New
	byte codes.
	(Fbyte_code): Implemented new codes listed above.  Added code to
	count how many times a function is called.
	(syms_of_bytecode): Initialize and staticpro Qbyte_code_meter.

	* xfns.c (x_window): When setting the class hints, use the
	screen's name as the res_name.

	* xfns.c (x_make_screen_name): New function.
	(Fx_create_screen): Use x_get_arg to find screen name; if none has
	been specified, use x_make_screen_name; don't set the name again
	at the bottom.
	(x_get_arg): If SCREEN_NAME is nil, don't pass any class to

	* xfns.c (x_get_arg, x_default_parameter): Take an extra argument
	TYPE, instead of encoding the type in the first letter of the
	property name.

1991-08-15  Roland McGrath  (

	* buffer.c (Fkill_all_local_variables): Don't pass
	Fmake_local_variable too many args.  Use Fset instead.

1991-08-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (emacs_class): Variable removed.
	(EMACS_CLASS): New macro, specifying Emacs class for xrdb use.
	Use a class of "Emacs", to be compatible with previous versions.
	(Fx_get_resource, x_window, Fx_open_connection): Use macro here.

	* buffer.c (Fgenerate_new_buffer): Function moved to
	(Fgenerate_new_buffer_name): New function which does only the
	name-choosing work Fgenerate_new_buffer used to do.
	(Frename_buffer): Added second optional argument DISTINGUISH,
	which lets rename_buffer use generate-new-buffer-name if non-nil.
	Return the name the buffer was given.
	Do nothing if new name is already buffer's name.

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_resource): Take third argument CLASS, and require
	it to be specified whenever NAME is.
	All callers changed.
	[not HAVE_X11] (Fx_get_default): Only take the one arg.
	[not HAVE_X11] (Fx_get_resource): Toss the second two args.

1991-08-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_close_current_connection): Add \n to error message.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Added HP keys into the
	function_key_names array.
	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): For KeyPressed events, strip the
	keysym's vendor-specific bit, and take a shot at fitting it into
	the Emacs key numbering.

	* screen.c (Vdefault_screen_alist): Definition moved from
	screen.el to here.
	(syms_of_screen): DEFVAR_LISP and initialize it here.
	* screen.h: Declare it here.
	* xfns.c (x_get_arg): Use it here.

	* screen.c (make_screen): When choosing a buffer for the screen's
	root window, shy away from buffers whose names start with a space.

1991-08-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (exec_sentinel, exec_sentinel_unwind): Move these
	above status_notify.

	* eval.c (Qinhibit_quit): New variable, to support Aug 5 changes
	to process.c.
	(syms_of_eval): Initialize and staticpro above.
	* lisp.h: Added extern declaration for above.

1991-08-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* regex.c (re_search_2): When searching with the fastmap, test for
	a translate table outside of the loop, not inside the loop.

1991-08-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c (Fequal): Don't crash on circular structure.
	(internal_equal): New subroutine does the recursion.

	* print.c (print): Recognize circular car pointers.

1991-08-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Ignore exceptional
	conditions on the keyboard input.

1991-08-06  Jim Blandy  (

	* lisp.h: Fiddled with formatting.

	* process.c (exec_sentinel_unwind): New function.
	(exec_sentinel): Restore the process's sentinel, using an

1991-08-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c: Doc fix.

1991-08-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* dired.h: Don't include search.h; it doesn't exist.

	* process.c (read_process_output, exec_sentinel): Bind
	Qinhibit_quit to true and call the filter directly instead of
	through a condition-case.
	(run_filter): Removed.
	(this_filter, filter_process, filter_string): Variables now

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_resource): Take the screen name as an optional
	argument and look up resources using the name of the screen as
	part of the key.
	[not HAVE_X11] (Fx_get_default): Take optional 2nd arg NAME and
	ignore it.
	(x_get_arg): Take the screen name as an arg, and call
	Fx_get_resource with that argument.
	(x_default_parameter, x_figure_window_size, x_icon): Pass the
	screen's name to x_get_arg.
	(Fx_create_screen): Make sure the screen name is either nil or a
	string, and pass it to x_get_arg.

	* xfns.c (Vx_screen_defaults): Variable removed; such settings
	belong in the .Xdefaults file.
	(syms_of_xfns): Don't defvar it here.
	(Fx_create_screen): Don't use it here.

	* keyboard.c (classify_object): #if 0'd function finally removed.
	* xterm.c (Qmapped_screen, Qunmapped_screen, Qexited_scrollbar)
	(Qexited_window, Qredraw_screen): Unused, so removed.
	(syms_of_xterm): Don't bother to initialize above.

	* xterm.c (init_input_symbols): Renamed to syms_of_xterm, for
	(x_term_init): Don't call it here.
	* xfns.c (syms_of_xfns): Don't call syms_of_xselect here.
	* emacs.c (main): Call them here.

	* xterm.c (invocation_name): Made this a Lisp_Object, so that its
	string value could be relocated properly.
	(x_term_init, x_text_icon): Adjusted code appropriately.
	(syms_of_xterm): staticpro invocation_name.
	* xfns.c (invocation_name): Changed extern declaration, deleted
	extra declaration.
	(Fx_get_resource): Adjusted code appropriately.

1991-08-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* lread.c (read1): Accept #[...] for bytecode object.
	* print.c (print): Print them that way.

1991-08-01  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Avoid doing strlen (0).

	* editfns.c, filelock.c [VMS]: Use pwd.h from Emacs, not from system.
	* fileio.c [VMS]: Likewise.  Also include stddef.h, string.h.
	Include perror.h only once.
	[VMS] (file_name_as_directory, directory_file_name): Remove
	assignments from if conditions.
	(Fexpand_file_name): Remove excess slash from end of user's home dir.

1991-08-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c (main): Add SIGIO conditional within AIX conditional.

	* xdisp.c (try_window_id): Compute proper position for screen bottom
	when all changes are below the screen.
	When first computing bp, don't go more than HEIGHT + 1 lines.

1991-07-31  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_destroy_window): If we're destroying the currently
	highlighted screen, clear x_highlight_screen.

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line, display_string):
	Don't go past endp for multi-column chars.

1991-07-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* lread.c (init_lread): If Vload_path was set specially before
	dumping, preserve it by default.

	* process.c (process_send_signal): Notice and deal if the
	TIOCGPGRP ioctl says that the subprocess has no pgrp.

	* xdisp.c (try_window_id): Always update window_end_* if successful.

	* process.h (subtty): New slot.
	* process.c (create_process): Set it.
	(process_send_signal): Use it.

	* alloc.c (Fmake_rope): Doc fix.
	* screen.c (Fselect_screen): Doc fix.
	* vms-pp.c: Fix comment.

	* keymap.c (Fkeymapp, Fdefine_prefix_command): Doc fixes.

	* window.c (window_select_count): No longer static.
	(init_window_once): Increment window_select_count, to give each
	window a unique use_time.
	* window.h (window_select_count): extern this here.
	* screen.c (make_screen): Stamp a new screen's selected window
	with the proper selection time.

	* ymakefile: xselect.o depends on screen.h, xterm.h, and config.h.
	xrdb.o depends on config.h.
	xterm.o depends on gnu.h.
	* xfns.h: File removed - it only declared Vx_send_movement_events.
	All includers changed.

1991-07-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* keymap.c (Fcopy_keymap): Don't recursively copy maps inside symbols.

1991-07-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): If echo_area_display puts text in a
	surrogate minibuffer screen, don't neglect to update it.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_event): Make sure
	Vlast_event_screen is set properly for quit characters.

1991-07-26  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Pass both arguments to

	* screen.c (make_screen): Divide the size by sizeof (Lisp_Object)
	before passing it to Fmake_vector.


	* screen.c: #include termhooks.h and therefore stdio.h.
	(make_screen): Initialize focus_screen member.
	(Fdelete_screen): Refuse to delete SCREEN if it is a
	surrogate minibuffer for some other screen, not just if it's the
	global minibuffer screen.
	(Fredirect_screen_focus, Fscreen_focus): New function.
	(syms_of_screen): defsubr Sredirect_screen_focus.
	* window.c: Don't include termhooks.h or stdio.h.
	(Fselect_window): Removed grunge to support minibuffer hack.
	* screen.h (struct screen): Added focus_screen member, and
	accessor for it.
	* alloc.c (mark_object): Mark focus_screen member of Lisp_Screens.
	* xterm.c (XTscreen_rehighlight): Use the focus_screen member to
	decide which screen to highlight.
	(XTread_socket): Use focus_screen when enqueuing keystrokes.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf, read_minibuf_unwind): Shift the
	selected screen's focus around appropriately.
	* termhooks.h (screen_rehighlight_hook): Doc fix.

	* lisp.h (CHECK_IMPURE): Moved definition...
	* puresize.h (CHECK_IMPURE): To here.

1991-07-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (buffer_posn_from_coords): Bufp is broken; don't use it.

	* xterm.c (XTscreen_rehighlight): Neatened sloppy logic.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): When truncating a key sequence,
	don't forget to put the new keystroke back in this_command_keys.
	Do this before calling echo_truncate, and don't call echo_char.

1991-07-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): Initialize x_focus_screen and

	* xterm.c (XTscreen_rehighlight): Handle things correctly when
	x_focus_screen is 0.
	(XTread_socket): Process EnterNotify and LeaveNotify events with
	.focus == 0 properly.  For FocusOut events, pass the right
	arguments to x_new_focus_screen.

	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Use RETURN_UNGCPRO macro.

	* buffer.c (Fbuffer_name): Fix typo in doc string.
	(syms_of_buffer): Fix typo in before_change_function name.

1991-07-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.h (CHECK_SCREEN): Define a dummy version of this when
	MULTI_SCREEN is not defined.

	* sysdep.c (init_signals, sys_signal, sys_sigpause): New functions.
	(sys_sigblock, sys_sigunblock, sys_sigsetmask): New functions.

	* sysdep.c (_sobuf): Unsigned chars if DGUX.

	* sysdep.c [DGUX]: Include file.h.
	[DGUX] (sys_siglist): New variable.

	* x11term.c (x_init_1) [SYSV_STREAMS]: Don't close the old

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Treat function keys like ascii

	* lread.c (init_lread, syms_of_lread): New names for init_read and
	syms_of_read, for consistency.

	* emacssignal.h: New file.
	* data.c, keyboard.c, process.c, sysdep.c: Include it.
	* data.c (arith_error): Use SIGEMPTYMASK.
	* keyboard.c (sigfree, sigunblockx): Use SIGEMPTYMASK.
	(sigholdx, sigblockx): Use sigmask.
	(gobble_input): Use sigblockx instead of sigholdx, so that any
	other blocked signals stay blocked during and after the call to
	* process.c (create_process): Use sigmask.
	[FASYNC] (request_sigio): Use sigunblock.
	* xterm.c (sigmask): Removed #definition here.
	* ymakefile (keyboard.o, process.o, sysdep.o, data.o): Make these
	depend on emacssignal.h.

	* window.c (Fselect_window): Modify surrogate minibuffer hack to
	make the minibuffer the selected window of the selected screen,
	AND select the minibuffer window's screen.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): If the minibuffer window is on a
	different screen, save that screen's configuration too.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Use SCREEN_ accessor to
	get at a screen's root window.  Removed unused variable
	(Fcurrent_window_configuration): Take an optional argument SCREEN.
	All callers changed.

	* window.c (auto_new_screen, Vauto_new_screen_function): Renamed
	to pop_up_screens and pop_up_screen_function, to be parallel with
	(display_buffer, syms_of_window): Changed appropriately.

	* fns.c (Fload_average) [DGUX]: Add code to support DGUX.

	* s-dgux.h, m-aviion.h: New files.

	* emacs.c (main) [POSIX_SIGNALS]: Call init_signals.

	* screen.c (Fdelete_screen): Update last_nonminibuf_screen if
	the screen it's currently pointing to gets deleted.

1991-07-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (last_nonminibuf_screen): New variable.
	(Fselect_screen): Set last_nonminibuf_screen if appropriate.

1991-07-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.h (last_nonminibuf_screen): Added declarations for new
	* minibuf.c (active_screen): Variable removed.
	(read_minibuf): Removed code to set and clear active_screen.
	* window.c (Fdisplay_buffer): Rewritten to use

	* screen.c (next_screen): Use SCREEN_ accessors instead of ->.

	* window.c (Fdisplay_buffer): Removed reference to
	Fx_create_screen; we should rely on the auto-new-screen-function
	being set to something appropriate.

1991-07-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Restore the state of
	this_command_key_count along with the echoing state.

1991-07-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_synchronize): New function.
	(syms_of_xfns): defsubr it.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Don't turn on all_windows whenever we're
	using a separate minibuffer screen.  Even if there is some tweak
	necessary, this wasn't it.

	* process.c (status_notify): Do not forget to UNGCPRO.

	* screen.c (next_screen): Re-work logic to skip minibuffer-only
	screens so that it doesn't loop indefinitely, even when the only
	screen is a minibuffer-only screen.  Skip all screens that are
	only minibuffers, not just when they are the global minibuffer

	* xdisp.c (message, message1): If the screen's message buffer
	is 0, toss the message; don't check the window system against
	the screen output_method.

1991-07-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): When we truncate the echo
	buffer because the user has switched screens, re-echo the
	character that caused the truncation.

	* lread.c (Fload): Change "source newer than ..." message not to
	refer to "libraries."  What is a "library," anyway?

	* window.c: #include "termhooks.h", and therefore <stdio.h> too.
	[MULTI_SCREEN] (Fselect_window): If the window being selected is
	the selected screen's minibuffer, but it lives on another screen,
	don't select that other screen - call the screen_rehighlight_hook
	* termhooks.h (screen_rehighlight_hook): New hook, so that Emacs
	can shift the screen highlighting when needed.
	* term.c (screen_rehighlight_hook): Define it.
	* xterm.c (x_highlight_screen): New variable.
	(x_new_focus_screen): Move the rehighlighting code to...
	(XTscreen_rehighlight): New function.
	(x_display_bar_cursor, x_display_box_cursor): Use
	x_highlighted_screen instead of x_focus_screen.
	(x_term_init): Initialize screen_rehighlight_hook.
	* ymakefile: Make window.o depend on termhooks.h.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): Add mention of
	global-minibuffer-screen to docstring.
	* screen.c (make_screen_without_minibuffer): Improve error message
	displayed when Vglobal_minibuffer_screen is not a proper screen.

1991-07-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* config.h (PURESIZE): Definition moved to...
	* puresize.h: New file.
	(PURESIZE): Define this here.  This will allow people to change
	their pure storage allocation without having to recompile most of
	* data.c: #include puresize.h, since CHECK_IMPURE needs PURESIZE.
	* alloc.c: #include puresize.h.
	[HAVE_SHM] (pure_size): New variable, so that XPNTR doesn't depend
	[HAVE_SHM] (init_alloc_once): Initialize pure_size here.
	* lisp.h [HAVE_SHM] (XPNTR): Defined in terms of pure_size,
	instead of PURESIZE.
	(pure_size): Extern declaration added here.
	* ymakefile: Added puresize.h to dependencies for alloc.c and
	data.c's .o files.

	* emacs.c (main): Doc fix for kludge to scan for -d.

1991-07-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* termhooks.h (struct input_event): #if 0'd out the definition for
	the screen_selected event type, and added the stipulation that the
	{non_,}ascii_keystroke events specify the screen they happen in.
	* xterm.c (x_new_focus_screen): Don't enqueue a screen_selected
	(XTread_socket): Calls to x_new_focus_screen in the EnterNotify,
	FocusIn, LeaveNotify, and FocusOut event code don't worry about
	enqueued events any more.
	* keyboard.c (new_selected_screen): Removed - see below.
	(Vlast_event_screen): New variable, visible to lisp code.
	(echo_length, echo_truncate): New functions.
	(readable_events): Removed screen_selected events from the set of
	things to skip.
	(kbd_buffer_store_event): Don't bother collapsing consecutive
	screen_selected events.
	(kbd_buffer_read_char): Don't process screen_selected events.
	(make_lispy_event): Re-arrange scrollbar events to put the window
	whose scrollbar was diddled right after the identifying symbol,
	for consistency.
	(read_key_sequence): Let the selected screen and the location of
	the event affect the keymap used to find its binding.
	(Fread_key_sequence): Update docstring.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Added DEFVAR_LISP for Vlast_event_screen.

1991-07-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* screen.c (next_screen): If !mini_screen, only exclude the global
	minibuffer screen when the minibuffer is its only window.
	(Fnext_screen): Make the docstring clearer about what MINISCREEN

	* window.c (Fother_window): Indicate that it takes both a required
	and optional argument, instead of just one required.

1991-07-15  Roland McGrath  (

	* buffer.c (Fkill_buffer): Rehacked kill-buffer-hooks to use
	standard name kill-buffer-hook, and to use set_buffer_internal
	instead of Fset_buffer.  Use static variable containing symbol
	instead of intern.
	(syms_of_buffer, init_buffer_once): Qkill_buffer_hook =

1991-07-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Fsingle_key_description): When describing a listy
	object, take the car to find the symbol that heads it, not the cdr.

	* dispnew.c (buffer_posn_from_coords): Pass col and line to
	compute_motion in the correct order.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): When calculating rows and columns
	for mouse clicks and movement events, don't forget to subtract the
	position of the window's top left corner before passing them to

	* screen.c (coordinates_in_window): Removed useless test for *y ==
	screen_height, and screen_height variable; this would be out of
	range of all the windows anyway.

	* xdisp.c (message1): Removed code to ignore messages before X has
	started up; this issue has hopefully been addressed by the
	condition-case in startup.el.

	* editfns.c (init_editfns): Make user_name char * instead of
	unsigned char *, since that's what most of the usages seem to
	want.  And when expanding ampersands in AMPERSAND_FULL_NAME mode,
	don't try to use user_name as a string; use Vuser_name.

	* minibuf.c (assoc_for_completion): New function.
	(do_completion): Use that to check for exact match.

	* minibuf.c (Ftry_completion): Fix handling of matches aside from
	case.  If ignoring case, and all else equal, try to preserve the
	case of the characters in the input.

	* process.c (status_notify): GCPRO tail.

	* sysdep.c (creat_copy_attrs, rename_sans_version): Always set
	protection to O:REWD when creating file.  Added new function
	rename_sans_version, which strips the version number from the target
	filename, renames the temporary file to this filename, and then
	sets the file protection of this new file to be the same as the file
	being edited.

	* sysdep.c [VMS]: Include pwd.h from Emacs.  Use sys/file.h if GCC.
	(F_SETFL) [VMS]: Undefine this, to control conditionals.
	(getpwnam): Make `full' unsigned.
	(creat_copy_attrs): Add some casts.
	(sys_access): Change prvmask and CHECKPRIV to use bitfields.
	Add some casts, and make dummy an unsigned short int.
	Don't use & on constants.
	(vmserrstr): Add a cast.
	(sys_creat): Define va_count before this function.

1991-07-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* sysdep.c (sys_sleep, input_wait_timeout): Don't use & on constant.
	[VMS]: Include pwd.h from Emacs.  Use sys/file.h if GCC.
	(bzero, bcopy) [VMS]: Don't take address of `length'.

	* sysdep.c (sys_suspend): Cast value of `signal' to insulate from
	changed value type in sysV.3.

	* sysdep.c (child_setup_tty): Turn off erase & kill chars for BSD.

	* sysdep.c (discard_tty_input): Use TIOCFLUSH on Apollo.
	(init_sys_modes): Avoid TIOCSTART on Apollo.

	* sysdep.c: If HAVE_TERMIOS is not defined, define tcgetattr in
	terms of the TIOCGETP ioctl.
	(init_sys_modes): Handle VSUSP, V_DSUSP if HAVE_TCATTR.
	(discard_tty_input, init_baud_rate, child_setup_tty)
	(init_sys_modes, tabs_safe_p, reset_sys_modes):
	Use tcgetattr, and if HAVE_TCATTR, use tcsetattr.

1991-07-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* s-hpux8.h: New file.
	* fileio.c [HPUX8]: Don't include errnet.h.

	* unexhp9k800.c (unexec): Local variable i to avoid compiler bug?

	* sysdep.c (insque) [WRONG_NAME_INSQUE]: New function.
	* s-386ix.h (WRONG_NAME_INSQUE): Define it.

	* xdisp.c (message_buf_print): New variable.
	(message): Clear it here.
	* dispextern.h: Declare it here.
	* print.c (printchar, strout): Set it and test it here.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Don't clear last_command when start

	* keyboard.c (read_command_char): Exit at eof if noninteractive.

	* indent.c (invalidate_current_column): New function.
	* editfns.c (Fwiden, Fnarrow_to_region): Call it.

	* process.c (create_process): Use O_NOCTTY whenever defined,
	unless USG.

	* process.c (Fprocess_send_eof): If using a pipe, close it.
	(close_process_descs): Check IN and OUT for nonzeroness.

	* process.c (process_send_signal): Use interrupt chars
	to send certain signals to the process group.
	(TIOCGETC): Undefine this if it is not really usable.

	* sysdep.c (discard_tty_input): Do nothing if read_socket_hook.

	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_color): Change the default pointer shapes to
	be closer to xterm and emacs 18.

	* xterm.c (x_focus_on_screen, x_unfocus_screen): These no longer
	call XSetInputFocus, because I think that the X-windows ICCCM
	says that only the window manager can do this sort of thing.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): When there is an unread command
	character, goto reread_first when this_command_key_count is zero,
	not when it is >= 0.
	(command_loop_1): Reset this_command_key_count only if there is no
	prefix argument.  This makes echoing of keystrokes work correctly.

1991-07-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (Finteractive_p): Changed "! XTYPE (foo) == Lisp_Bar" to
	"XTYPE (foo) != bar".

1991-07-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (apply1): Don't forget to UNGCPRO before returning.

	* xterm.c (XTupdate_begin): Undisplay the cursor here; do_scrolling
	will call XTins_del_lines when the screen matrix is inaccurate, so
	we cannot undisplay the cursor then, but do_scrolling is always
	called within an update.

1991-07-10  David J. MacKenzie  (djm@nutrimat)

	* termcap.c, tparam.c [!emacs, USG || STDC_HEADERS]: Define bcopy
	in terms of memcpy.

1991-07-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* scroll.c (do_scrolling): Use correct termination condition for
	loop that uses the glyph pointers for the deleted lines to fill in
	the inserted lines.

1991-07-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c: Doc fix.

1991-07-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (line_hash_code): Test m->highlight[vpos], not
	m->highlight.  All lines were getting hash codes of -1, because
	the highlight vector was never NULL.  Golly.

	* process.c (list_processes_1): Handle status of network streams.

1991-07-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* doc.c (Fdocumentation_property):
	Pass only strings to Fsubstitute_command_keys.

1991-07-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* editfns.c (init_editfns): If neither of the environment
	variables are set, DON'T set Vuser_name to Vuser_real_name; it's
	supposed to reflect the EFFECTIVE uid.
	Get the full name according to Vuser_name if it differs from
	Vuser_real_name, not if they are equal.
	And pass Vuser_name to getpwnam in that case instead of user_name,
	which might be 0.

	* lisp.h (RETURN_UNGCPRO): New macro.

	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): Do not remove GC protection from the
	stack when making a function call, because the caller is
	responsible for protecting the arguments to a MANY-arg'ed
	* eval.c (Fapply): If we use funcall_args, GCPRO it.
	And when we call Ffuncall with funcall_args, tell it the correct
	length of funcall_args, no matter which branch allocated it.
	(Ffuncall): Don't gcpro the arguments before calling
	(Feval): If we're calling a subr that takes MANY args, don't
	UNGCPRO until after we call the subr.
	(apply1, call0, call1, call2, call3): GCPRO the arg arrays passed
	to Ffuncall and Fapply.
	* callproc.c (Fcall_process, Fcall_process_region): Don't GCPRO
	the argument array.
	* editfns.c (Finsert, Finsert_before_markers): Don't GCPRO the
	argument array.  Added comment about when GCPROing is not needed.
	* mocklisp.c (Finsert_string): Don't GCPRO the argument array.

	* keyboard.c (init_keyboard): Handle SIGQUIT with interrupt_signal
	on any system that has HAVE_TERMIO, not just on USG systems.

1991-07-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (init_editfns): Test that user_name isn't 0.

1991-06-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c: Doc fixes.

1991-06-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Let the posns of mouse clicks and
	mouse movements be nil when window_from_coordinates returns a
	NON-window, not when it returns a window.  Since posn is a lisp
	object, don't call make_number when consing up the event.
	Don't call make_number on the code member of the event.

	* keyboard.c (struct movement): Make the x, y, and time members
	Lisp_Objects, since it's easier to convert from a Lisp_Object than
	(note_mouse_position): Adjusted for the above.
	(make_lispy_event): Removed code to make Lisp_Objects for those

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): When handling LeaveNotify events,
	remember that the focus member of the event is true when the
	receiving window now has the focus, not when it is losing it.
	* xfns.c (Ffocus_screen): Don't signal an error if SCREEN is
	already the focus screen.

1991-06-26  Jim Blandy  (

	* alloc.c (Fmake_rope): Use sizeof (GLYPH) instead of 2 to
	determine how large the string should be, and changed doc string
	to describe ropes as strings of glyphs, not just as strings of
	character pairs.
	(Frope_elt): Use sizeof (GLYPH) as the element size, instead of
	assuming that the elements are two bytes.
	* lisp.h (typedef GLYPH): Moved the definition from here...
	* config.h (typedef GLYPH): to here, so people can elect to get
	better performance if they don't want to use huge fonts.
	* xterm.c (dumpglyphs): Use XDrawImageString or
	XDrawImageString16, Depending on sizeof (GLYPH).

	* data.c (Fsetq_default): Call Fset_default to do the assignments,
	not plain Fset.

	The following changes were contributed by Jamie Zawinski

	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): BYTE_CODE_SAFE and BYTE_CODE_METER
	options added.
	Added Bmark, Bscan_buffer, Bset_mark to support error-checking for
	these obsolete bytecodes.
	Added Bunbind_all to support tail-call optimization (not yet
	Did NOT add the relative branch opcodes that were in the version
	of bytecode.c that Jamie sent.
	The branching bytecodes now only QUIT if they take the branch.
	Btemp_output_buffer_show, Bforward_char, Bforward_word,
	Bskip_chars_forward, Bskip_chars_backward, and Bforward_line
	passed the wrong number of arguments to their subrs.
	Brem, Bbuffer_substring, Bdelete_region, Bnarrow_to_region,
	Bstringeqlsign, Bstringlss, Bequal, Bnthcdr, Bmember, Bassq,
	Bsetcar, and Bsetcdr passed arguments to the subr in the wrong

1991-06-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* doc.c (Fdocumentation): Added a QUIT test to the loop that finds
	the symbol's function value.

1991-06-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (dumprectangle): Removed call to XFlushQueue here.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Call Fselect_screen to establish
	the new selected screen after the key sequence has been read, not
	at the top of the loop.  This way, a key sequence will happen in
	the screen it was typed at, or (to be more precise) the screen its
	last character was typed at.

	* keyboard.c (fast_read_one_key): Function deleted, since it had
	been #if 0'd out a long time ago.
	(command_loop_1): Support for fast_read_one_key removed.

	* eval.c (Ffuncall): Do GCPRO the arguments, contrary to the May
	16 change.  The convention appears to be that the MANY-arged
	callee must protect its own arguments.
	(Fapply): Don't protect funcall_args; they are the caller's
	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): GCPRO the section of the stack *above*
	the args to Ffuncall, since it will be protected again once
	Ffuncall returns and therefore should stay valid.  If it is not
	protected, string relocation may make it invalid.
	* mocklisp.c (Finsert_string): GCPRO the arguments, since insert
	may cause a garbage collection.
	* editfns.c (Finsert, Finsert_before_markers): GCPRO the
	arguments, since insert may cause a garbage collection.
	* callproc.c (Fcall_process, Fcall_process_region): GCPRO the
	arguments, since insert may cause a garbage collection.

1991-06-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.h (struct buffer_text, struct buffer): Small change to

	* search.c (Fmatch_beginning, Fmatch_end): Fixed doc strings to
	indicate that non-regexp searches set these too.

	* window.c (Fset_window_start): If window is not the selected
	window, set windows_or_buffers_changed, so that redisplay will
	know that it should redisplay the window.

	* callint.c (Finteractive): Changed doc string to indicate that
	the interactive prompts are passed through format.

1991-06-20  Roland McGrath  (

	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): buffer-undo-list doc fix.

1991-06-11  Roland McGrath  (

	* data.c (Fsetq_default): Take multiple SYM, VAL args; syntax now
	parallel to setq.

1991-05-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_read_char): Fix wait-for-input loop so
	that we always process/toss events we don't want to return.

	* screen.c (Fselect_screen): Call Ffocus_screen instead of
	x_new_selected_screen, which doesn't exist anymore.

	* xfns.c (Ffocus_screen): Declare the type of the SCREEN argument.

	* xfns.c (Fx_track_pointer): Function #if 0'd out - I don't think
	that this is a feature that we want.
	(syms_of_xfns): Elide the defsubr for the above.

	* xterm.c (x_mouse_screen, x_input_screen): Variable deleted,
	since all we really need is x_focus_screen; all other issues are
	the realm and responsibility of the window manager.
	(x_new_selected_screen): Renamed to x_new_focus_screen, and
	modified not to do thiogs inappropriate for signal handlers.
	(XTread_socket): Change the handling of EnterNotify, LeaveNotify,
	FocusOut and FocusIn events to use x_new_selected_screen, and
	ditched code that deals with x_mouse_screen and x_input_screen,
	since they don't exist anymore.
	(x_display_bar_cursor, x_display_box_cursor): Compare s with
	x_focus_screen to see what form the cursor should take.
	(x_destroy_window): Don't bother with x_input_screen.
	* xfns.c (x_mouse_screen): Removed extern declaration for this.
	(Fx_grab_pointer): Confine the pointer to x_focus_screen, not
	x_mouse_screen.  This is wrong, but will make emacs compile until
	this gets fixed.

1991-05-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (get_input_pending): Don't use trim_events; use
	readable_events instead.

	* keyboard.c (make_lispy_event): Remove case for window_sys_event,
	since that type of event doesn't exist anymore.

	* minibuf.c (Fcompleting_read): Document the backup-n argument.

	* dispnew.c (init_display): Don't declare alternate_display extern
	here.  I can't figure out what this feature is, and it's broken.
	* emacs.c (main): Don't test alternate_display and put its value
	in the environment.

1991-05-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (struct movement): Made .used an int instead of a
	char, since that's more likely to be stored atomically on SPARCS
	and similar machines.

	* termhooks.h (struct input_event): Removed the window_sys_event,
	since it's not used anywhere.  Added screen_selected event type.
	The event handling code used to change the current buffer,
	selected window, and selected screen out from under running lisp
	code.  Now we wait for a more convenient time by enqueuing an
	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): When handling FocusIn events and
	EnterNotify events with the focus member set, enqueue a
	selected_screen event instead of calling x_new_selected_screen.
	* keyboard.c (trim_events): Function deleted; it is a bad idea to
	delete events based on the current tracking state, since tracking
	might be re-enabled later.
	(readable_events): New function which searches the input queue for
	readable events.
	(tracking_off): Call readable_events to see if we should
	(kbd_buffer_read_char):	Toss events that we are not interested in.
	This is a better place to do it than trim_events, since we know
	that do_mouse_tracking will not change.  Also, handle
	screen_selected events.
	(new_selected_screen): New variable, holding the screen which
	should become selected the next time through command_loop_1.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize and staticpro new_selected_screen.
	(command_loop_1): If there is a new screen to be selected, do so.

1991-05-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (message): Removed the if at the top that did not
	display messages if the current screen was a termcap screen and a
	window system will be used.  The change to startup.el on May 18,
	1991 replaces this.

	* ralloc.c (check_memory_limits): If the address returned by the
	allocator is not representable in a Lisp_Object, call memory_full
	instead of printing a very silly "warning" message.

1991-05-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Don't overwrite the end of the buffer
	with function keys.

	* keyboard.c (tracking_off): Update input_pending after reading
	all the input.
	* process.c: #include "screen.h".
	(wait_reading_process_input): Check if any screens have been newly
	mapped and need updating.
	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Don't SET_SCREEN_GARBAGED when the
	screen is unmapped; do this when is mapped.
	(dumprectangle): Don't dump any data for garbaged screens.

1991-05-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes): Moved the clauses that set up
	interrupt-driven input out of the "if running on a terminal"
	clause, since these may need to be set up even when running on a
	window system.

1991-05-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (Fprocess_status): For network connections, return
	Qopen and Qclosed instead of Qrun and Qexit, as documented.

	* lread.c (read1): Removed code that treated numbers starting with
	a zero as octal.

1991-05-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (Ffuncall): Don't gcpro the arguments; the caller
	protects them.
	(Fapply): Gcpro funcall_args, if we use them.

	* xterm.c (notice_mouse_movement): #if 0'd this function out.
	(XTread_socket): #if 0 the code that fakes motion events for
	moving in and out of windows.  Also, rearrange the MotionNotify
	case to give character rows and columns to note_mouse_position,
	not pixel x and y positions.  Don't deal with scrollbars here.
	* termhooks.h (struct input_event): Removed the mouse_movement
	event kind.
	* keyboard.c (movement_buf): A new buffer for mouse-movement events.
	This is hairier than you might think; see the comments for this
	and the comments for note_mouse_position and get_mouse_position
	for an explanation of why this is hairy.
	(movement_ptr): Where the event handler should store new mouse
	(EVENT_QUEUES_EMPTY): New macro, to be used in the places that
	used to compare kbd_fetch_ptr to kbd_store_ptr to see if there
	were any events available; this macro tests the mouse movement
	buffer too.
	(Qmouse_movement): New symbol to head mouse movement events with.
	(trim_events): Mouse movement events are no longer in kbd_buffer,
	so don't try to trim them.
	(tracking_off, kbd_buffer_read_char, get_input_pending): Use
	(get_mouse_position): New function to retrieve a mouse position
	from the buffer properly, no matter when the event-handling signal
	(kbd_buffer_read_char): If there is something in kbd_buffer, make
	an event for that; if there is a mouse movement, make an event for
	that; otherwise, the while loop lied.
	(make_lispy_event): Added code to produce mouse movement events.
	(init_keyboard): Clear the mouse movement buffer.
	(Qmouse_moved, Qredraw_screen, Qmapped_screen, Qunmapped_screen)
	(Qexited_window, Qexited_scrollbar): Removed extern declarations
	for these, since they're no longer generated.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize and staticpro Qmouse_movement,
	remove DEFVAR_LISP for Vignore_mouse_events.

1991-05-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* lread.c (read1): Correctly parenthesize the shift when parsing
	octal numbers, and signal an error if we see a non-octal digit.

1991-05-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (trim_events): New function, to remove uninteresting
	events from the input queue.
	(get_input_pending): Call trim_events before checking the queue,
	so as not to advertise input we don't care about.
	(Ftrack_mouse): A new function to enable mouse tracking for a
	block of code.
	(tracking_off): A function for unwind_protection; restore the
	mouse tracking state to what it was outside of the track-mouse
	(syms_of_keyboard): defsubr track-mouse.
	(make_lispy_event): Find the window io which the click occurred
	when processing mouse_click events, instead of trusting the window
	tree in the signal-handling code.  Include the buffer position in
	the click event.

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_click): Return the click's screen, not
	its window, and don't bother updating Vmouse_window.  Calculate
	the row and column of text-area clicks using
	pixel_to_glyph_translation, since we know that those data
	structures are alive in signal handlers.

	* screen.c (window_from_coordinates,
	Flocate_window_from_coordinates): Moved these to window.c, since I
	need to be able to call them even if we don't have multi-screen
	(syms_of_screen): Removed defsubr for
	* window.c (window_from_coordinates, Flocate_window_from_coordinates):
	Here they are.
	(syms_of_window): Here is the defsubr.

	* keyboard.c (note_mouse_position): New function to enqueue
	mouse movement events properly.
	(current_movement_event): New variable, to support the above.  See
	its comment for more explanation.

	* termhooks.h (struct input_event): Change the .window member to
	.screen, make it a struct screen *, and indicate that those events
	which used to return	windows now return screens.  It is unsafe
	for the event reader to traverse the window structure, because it
	can be called by a signal handler.

1991-05-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (Vignore_mouse_events): Variable deleted.
	(make_lispy_event): For mouse and scrollbar clicks, return the
	position as a pair of numbers, not a list of two numbers.

1991-05-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (do_mouse_tracking): Define this variable, which
	controls whether kbd_buffer_read_char will ignore button up and
	mouse movement events.
	* termhooks.h: Declare do_mouse_tracking here.

	* xterm.h (STANDARD_EVENT_SET): New constant, giving the event
	mask all the windows use.

	* xfns.c (Vx_send_mouse_movement_events): Removed this variable;
	XTmouse_tracking_enable and do_mouse_tracking do its job better.
	(syms_of_xfns): Remove the DEFVAR_LISP for the above.
	(x_window): Don't ask for any pointer motion events or button
	release events by default; use the unmodified STANDARD_EVENT_MASK.
	The user will ask for them explicitly if he or she wants them.
	And don't ask for backing store.

	* xterm.c (XTmouse_tracking_enable): New function to
	request/unrequest detailed mouse tracking information of the
	server, and set the flag used by XTread_socket.
	(x_term_init): Set mouse_tracking_enable_hook to
	XTmouse_tracking_enable here.
	(XTread_socket): Handle mouse movement events by calling

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): For MapNotify events, go ahead and set
	the screen's visible flag, so Expose events will work.  Clear the
	iconified flag.

	* editfns.c (Finsert_char): Return immediately if n <= 0, not just
	if n < 0, so that the `while' below does not become an infinite

	* term.c (mouse_tracking_enable_hook): Added this variable to
	allow emacs to request that the window system start or stop
	detailed mouse tracking.
	* termhooks.h (mouse_tracking_enable_hook): Declare it here.

	* xfns.c: Declare the functions before initializing
	x_screen_parm_table to point to them.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Don't send Qmapped_screen,
	Qunmapped_screen, Qexited_scrollbar, Qexited_window,
	Qredraw_screen - these are not features that we want to support.

1991-05-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* editfns.c (Finsert_char): Let strlen be the minimum of n and
	256, not the maximum, so we use an n-byte buffer when n < 256, and
	a 256-byte buffer many times when n > 256.

1991-05-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Fkeymapp): Fixed docstring to give the right
	definition of a keymap.

1991-05-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* data.c (Fcompiled_function_p): New function.

1991-05-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.c (struct x_screen_parm_table): New type for recording
	information about screen parameters.
	(x_screen_parms): New table describing the existing parameters.
	(init_x_parm_symbols, x_set_screen_param): Use x_screen_parms
	instead of a large switch statement.
	(x_figure_window_size): Make the default case of the switch call
	abort instead of signalling an error, since window_prompting's
	value is internally generated.

1991-05-01  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (describe_map_tree): GCPRO the maps variable;
	Fkey_description calls Fmapconcat, which eventually calls
	Ffuncall, which can garbage-collect.

1991-04-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (buffer_posn_from_coords): Use the information in bufp
	to reduce the distance compute_motion must scan, when possible.

1991-04-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Qtop_level is initialized and
	staticpro'd in syms_of_data too.  Don't staticpro (or initialize)
	it again here.

	* macros.c (syms_of_macros): Since executing-macro and
	executing-kbd-macro are actually the same variable, use
	DEFVAR_LISP_NOPRO for the second one so it doesn't get staticpro'd

	* process.c (syms_of_process): Don't staticpro or initialize Qexit
	here, since syms_of_eval already does this and it's bad to
	staticpro something twice.
	(Qexit): Remove declaration here, so there will be a compilation
	error if someone rearranges eval.c without fixing the Qexit stuff.
	* eval.c (syms_of_eval): Add comment here to say that
	syms_of_process cares about Qexit too.

	* lread.c (init_obarray): Don't staticpro Vobarray, since the
	DEFVAR_LISP in syms_of_read takes care of that.

1991-04-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (save_window_save): Always get the selected window's
	value of point from its buffer, not just when it's also the
	current buffer.

	* lisp.h (Qdisabled): Declare this here so that the keys_of_*
	files can disable the commands they define.
	* casefiddle.c (keys_of_casefiddle): Make upcase-region and
	downcase-region disabled, by default.

1991-04-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* bytecode.c (PUSH): Alliant can't be bothered to implement the
	preincrement operator right, so use a comma.

	* print.c (syms_of_print): staticpro Qexternal_debugging_output.

	* editfns.c (clip_to_bounds): No longer static - used in window.c.
	* window.c (unshow_buffer): Use clip_to_bounds to make sure we
	change point to something legal.

1991-04-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c: Changes in formatting and comments.

1991-04-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* editfns.c (Fbuffer_substring): Don't call make_string, because
	it may cause a compaction and move the buffer, and then copy the
	wrong data.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Only GC if we've actually done enough
	consing since the last gc to make it worthwhile.

1991-04-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (access_keymap): Canonicalize the order of the
	modifiers when you look up a symbol in a keymap, too.
	(where-is-internal): If the keymap in which we found the
	definition was reached by meta-prefix-char, replace it with the
	metized character.

	* eval.c (Fcondition_case): Initialize the `handler_list' member
	of the catchtag.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Reset recent_keys_index when it is
	greater than OR EQUAL to the number of elements in recent_keys,

	* keymap.c (access_keymap): When fetching the car of listy events,
	no need to call Fcar_safe - extract the car directly.
	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Don't extract the car from listy
	events here since 1) it strips information that we need from the
	events, and 2) access_keymap will take care of that for us.

	* macros.c (Qexecute_kbd_macro): New variable, used by
	(syms_of_macros): Initialize and staticpro Qexecute_kbd_macro.
	* lisp.h: Add extern declaration for Qexecute_kbd_macro.
	* keyboard.c (Fcommand_execute): Add an entry to the command
	history for keyboard macros too.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): If we get a MappingNotify event whose
	request == MappingKeyboard, someone has changed the keyboard
	mapping, and we should get the new mapping with

1991-04-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* commands.h: Declare last_command_char to be a Lisp_Object, not
	an integer (ack).

	* cmds.c (Fself_insert_command): If last_command_char is not an
	integer, beep.
	* minibuf.c (Fself_insert_and_exit): Same thing.

	* keyboard.c (format_modifiers): New function, factoring out code
	from modify_event_symbol and reorder_modifiers.
	(modify_event_symbol): Call format_modifiers instead of doing the
	work inline.
	(reorder_modifiers): New function to put the modifiers on a
	modified symbol in the canonical order.

	* keymap.c (modify_event_symbol): Prepend the modifiers so they
	appear in the canonical order: `M-C-S-U-'.
	(store_in_keymap): If IDX is a symbol, put the modifiers in the
	canonical order before storing.

1991-04-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Flocal_set_key, Fglobal_set_key): When checking types
	of arguments, allow KEYS to be a vector or string, not just a
	(keymap_table): New static function to replace duplicated code in
	access_keymap and store_in_keymap.
	(access_keymap): Use keymap_table.
	(store_in_keymap): Use keymap_table, and put non-character
	definitions in dense keymaps *after* the vector.

	* fileio.c (directory_file_name): Remove trailing slashes from
	single-letter names like "a/" too.  Let slen be the string length,
	not one less than the string length.

	* keyboard.c (Fset_input_mode): Don't complain that QUIT isn't an
	ASCII character if it is nil - it is an optional parameter.

	* keymap.c (Faccessible_keymaps): Use meta-characters in the key
	sequences returned, carefully making sure that the sequences still
	appear in order of increasing length.

1991-04-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* vmsfns.c (vms_trnlog): Increased size of str to 256 elements.
	(vms_symbol): Increased size of str to 1025 elements.

1991-03-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (pixel_to_glyph_translation): Moved this function to
	xterm.c, since it is specific to X and only called by the X code.
	* xterm.c (pixel_to_glyph_translation): Here it is.

1991-03-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-usg5-4.h (DATA_SEG_BITS): Definition deleted.
	* m-intel386.h (DATA_SEG_BITS): Define here if USG5_4.

1991-03-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Faccessible_keymaps): Produce meta-characters in the
	key sequences instead of [meta-prefix-char CHAR] sequences.

1991-03-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Flookup_key): If KEY is a zero-length array, then
	return KEYMAP; this is more algebraically satisfying.

	* dispnew.c (Fsit_for): If the time to sit is zero and there is no
	input available, then return Qt, not Qnil.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): If a quit occurs and we return
	quit_char, clear Vquit_flag, so we don't end up returning it again
	and again...  All lisp code does this manually if they call
	read-char with quits inhibited, so it's the right thing to do.

1991-03-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_char): If there is still no input available
	after an auto-save, do a garbage-collection.

	* undo.c (truncate_undo_list): Always leave at least one undo
	record in the undo list.  And use sizeof (struct Lisp_Cons), etc.
	instead of 8, etc.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): When deciding whether to wrap
	recent_keys_index back to 0, compare it against
	sizeof (recent_keys)/sizeof(recent_keys[0]),
	not sizeof (recent_keys).
	(quit_char): This can't be anything but an ASCII character, so it
	shouldn't be a Lisp_Object.  The declaration's comment says why.
	(read_char, init_keyboard): Treat quit_char as an int now.
	(Fset_input_mode): As above, and signal an error if QUIT is not an
	ASCII character.

	* callint.c (Fprefix_numeric_value): Use XFASTINT to initialize
	val, not raw.

	* fileio.c (Fmake_symbolic_link): Don't expand FILENAME; this
	would make it impossible to make a link to a relative name.

1991-03-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Removed the DEFVAR_BOOL for
	meta-flag.  This cannot be a lisp variable because we need to
	change the terminal settings whenever this flag changes.  Change
	this through set-input-mode instead.

1991-03-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_avail_input): Raise SIGHUP if no input on AIX.

1991-03-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_event, kbd_buffer_read_char)
	(read_key_sequence, Fexecute_extended_command, Fset_input_mode)
	(init_keyboard, syms_of_keyboard): Use XSET (var, Lisp_Int, exp)
	instead of XSETINT (var, exp) in those cases where var is not
	known to already be a Lisp_Int.
	* search.c (skip_chars): Same.
	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_click, XTread_socket): Same.
	* callint.c (Fprefix_numeric_value): Make sure to return a
	Lisp_Int even when RAW is a cons whose car is not a Lisp_Int.
	* process.c (sigchld_handler): When searching for a process whose
	pid is -1, make sure that the pid is an int first, since network
	streams are in Vprocess_alist too.

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Added DEFVAR_BOOL for
	meta-flag.  Emacs 18 had this, and I see no entry in the ChangeLog
	saying that it was purposefully removed.

1991-03-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Fcopy_keymap, Faccessible_keymaps, describe_map)
	(append_key): Minor typos and brainos corrected.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Removed code to find the vector in a
	(kbd-macro . VECTOR) - style macro, since the macro is represented
	by the vector itself.
	(read_char_menu_prompt): Changed to correctly recognize the new
	dense keymap structures.
	(read_key_sequence): Changed code that checks for keymapness to
	use get_keymap_1 instead of doing the indirection and keymapness
	testing itself.
	(Fcommand_execute): A keyboard macro is now a string or a vector.
	(Fexecute_extended_command): When expanding this_command_keys,
	remember that it is now an array of Lisp_Objects, not chars.

	* doc.c (Fdocumentation): Rearranged into a switch statement, and
	made vectors macros, not keymaps.

	* eval.c (Fcommandp): Removed code to recognize
	(kbd-macro . VECTOR) as a command, and added code to recognize
	vectors as commands.
	* macros.c (Qkbd_macro): Variable deleted.
	(syms_of_macros): Initialization of Qkbd_macro removed.

1991-03-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* minibuf.c (keys_of_minibuf): Changed all calls to
	initial_define_lisp_key to calls to initial_define_key.

	* keymap.c (describe_map): Adjusted to handle the new style of

1991-03-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): On VMS, don't try rewriting old version.

1991-03-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Faccessible_keymaps): Adjusted to handle the new style
	of keymap.
	(Fwhere_is_internal): Handle the new-style of keymaps.
	Additionally, only check to see if a match is shadowed by a
	binding in the local keymap when LOCAL_KEYMAP is non-nil, instead
	of comparing elt against DEFINITION yet again.
	(describe_map_tree): Handle key sequences that are vectors, as
	well as those that are strings.

1991-03-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* commands.h, keymap.c (meta_map, control_x_map): Make these
	Lisp_Objects, not Lisp_Vectors.
	keymap.c (syms_of_keymap): Same.

	* keymap.c (Fuse_global_map): There is no longer any reason to
	insist that KEYMAP must be a dense keymap; delete the code that
	does so.

1991-03-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* commands.h, lisp.h: Changed global_map and current_global_map	to
	be Lisp_Objects, not Lisp_Vectors.
	keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Same.
	keymap.c (Fkey_binding, Fglobal_key_binding, Fglobal_set_key)
	(Fuse_global_map, Fwhere_is_internal, describe_buffer_bindings)
	(syms_of_keymap): Same.

	* keymap.c (Fdefine_key): Braino: increment idx and clear metized
	flag even when the element of the key sequence isn't a character.
	(Flookup_key): Fix same braino.

1991-03-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (get_keyelt): Use access_keymap to resolve indirect
	entries, instead of duplicating its code.
	(Fcopy_keymap): Handle the new keymap structure.

1991-03-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (struct catchtag): New field handlerlist.
	(internal_catch, internal_condition_case): Set that field.
	(unbind_catch): Use it.

1991-03-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-intel386.h (signal): Maybe define if USG.

	* keyboard.c (echo_char): Don't have space at end of echobuf.

1991-03-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Initialize mouse_syms, instead of
	doing func_key_syms twice.  Don't deal with scrollbar_syms, since
	it doesn't exist.

1991-03-06  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (access_keymap, store_in_keymap): Changed to handle the
	new style of keymaps.

	* fns.c (Fassq, Fcopy_alist): Changed docstring to promise to
	ignore elements of LIST that are not conses.  See access_keymap
	and copy_keymap for a cheap excuse.

1991-03-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-vms.h (DATA_START): Remove `+ 512'.

1991-03-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Fmake_keymap): Rewritten to construct the
	new dense keymap structure: (keymap VECTOR . ALIST).  Docstring
	adjusted accordingly.  This means that the keyboard macro
	stupidity (see Feb 27, keyboard.c) is no longer needed.

1991-03-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (MEMORY_IN_STRING_H): New compilation flag.
	* s-isc2-2.h: New file.

1991-02-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* macros.c (Qkbd_macro): New variable, to hold the symbol
	`kbd-macro', which we use to tag vector-style keyboard macros.
	(syms_of_macros): Initialize and staticpro Qkbd_macro.

	* eval.c (Fcommandp): Recognize the new keyboard macros.

	* keyboard.c (Fcommand_execute): A keyboard macro is now a string,
	or a cons whose car is the symbol `kbd-macro' and whose
	cdr is a vector of events; previously, macros were strings or
	vectors, but that makes it difficult to tell the difference
	between macros and dense keymaps.
	(read_char): Handle the new macros correctly, and re-allocate
	this_command_keys correctly.

1991-02-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-vms.h (calloc): Define like malloc, etc.

1991-02-26  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Move enter_timestamp outside of the
	function; static variables inside functions don't always work in

	* editfns.c (in_accessible_range): Deleted - insufficently
	(clip_to_bounds): New function, much like in_accessible_range,
	except that the upper and lower bounds are arguments.
	(goto_char, save_restriction_restore): Rewritten to use
	clip_to_bounds instead of in_accessible_range.

1991-02-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (initial_define_lisp_key): Turn KEY into a Lisp_Int
	before passing it to store_in_keymap.

	* buffer.c (reset_buffer_local_variables): Don't try to initialize
	the buffer's mouse_map and function_key_map fields, since they
	don't exist anymore.

	* macro.c (kbd_macro_buffer, kbd_macro_ptr, kbd_macro_end): These
	are now all pointers to Lisp_Objects instead of chars.
	(Fend_kbd_macro): Use make_sequence.
	(store_kbd_macro_char): Argument c is now a Lisp_Object.  Change
	call to xrealloc to ask for Lisp_Objects instead of chars.  Set
	kbd_macro_end to the same place in the new buffer as it was in the
	old one, not to the end of the buffer.
	(Fexecute_kbd_macro): Allow MACRO to be a string or a vector.
	(syms_of_macros): Allocate Lisp_Objects instead of chars for

	* alloc.c (make_sequence): New function, useful to keyboard.c and
	* keyboard.c (Fread_key_sequence): Use make_sequence.
	(Fthis_command_keys): Use make_sequence.

1991-02-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Fwhere_is): If the command can't be found, the message
	is now "foobie is not on any key.", instead of "... any keys.".

	* keyboard.c (input_poll_signal): Pass 0 to read_avail_input,
	instead of `&junk'.  Removed variable `junk'.
	(command_loop_1): Updated to handle the unified function key/mouse
	event/keystroke arrangement.
	(Finput_pending_p): Removed vestiges of code to handle
	unread_input_char value of -1, since this doesn't happen anymore.
	(read_char): Adapted to handle lispy events.
	(read_char_menu_prompt): Allocate `menu' buffer using alloca,
	instead of a variable-sized array, which is gcc-specific.
	(Frecent_keys): Return the most recent "keystrokes" as a vector,
	to accomodate lispy events.
	(Fset_input_mode): Accomodate non-characters as quit keys.  If
	this is a bad thing, init_sys_modes will tell us.
	(init_keyboard): this_command_keys is now an array of
	Lisp_Objects; adjust the amount of storage we request to hold it.
	Remember that quit_char can be any keystroke.
	(syms_of_keyboard): last_command_char, last_input_char, help_char,
	menu_prompt_more_char and meta_prefix_char are now DEFVAR_LISPs
	instead of DEFVAR_INTs.

1991-02-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Use NETCONN_P.

1991-02-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (recent_keys, this_command_keys)
	(menu_prompt_more_char, help_char, last_command_char, quit_char)
	(last_input_char): Changed to Lisp_Objects, so we can use function
	keys for them.
	(Vglobal_function_map): Variable deleted.
	(echo_char): Echo function keys too.  The argument C is now a
	Lisp_Object instead of a char.
	(Fread_key_sequence): Removed sludge to handle window events
	specially, and added sludge to handle sequences with
	non-characters in them.
	(classify_object): Elided, since this should go away soon.
	(read_key_sequence): Adapted to look up symbols in keymaps,
	just like characters.

1991-02-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (send_process): Handle EAGAIN like EWOULDBLOCK.

1991-02-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* doc.c (substitute_command_keys): Call describe_map_tree with
	only three arguments, since the CHARTAB arg has been disposed of.

	* keymap.c (Fcurrent_global_map, Fuse_local_mouse_map): Functions
	deleted, since the mouse maps are no longer separate from the key
	(append_key): New function, which handles tacking a single
	keystroke on the end of a key sequence, promoting strings to
	vectors when needed.
	(Faccessible_keymaps): Adjusted to return vectors for key
	sequences, when necessary.
	(Fkey_description): Removed stuff to handle mouse buttons and
	other things specially, since this work will go into
	(Fsingle_key_description): SIMPLIFIED to handle everything
	correctly!  Jeepers!
	(Fwhere_is_internal): Scan the assoc-list at the end of dense
	keymaps, and construct strings or vectors.
	(where_is_string, describe_buffer_bindings): Simplified by
	deleting code to handle mouse button bindings specially.
	(describe_map_tree): Removed CHARTAB argument; this was
	a kludge to print out mouse events nicely, and is no longer
	necessary.  Nobody was using it anyway.
	(describe_map): Removed ugly hack to handle mouse buttons
	specially, added code to describe alists on dense keymaps, and
	removed CHARTAB argument.
	(describe_alist): Made to handle bindings of symbols as well as
	characters.  Removed CHARTAB argument.
	(describe_vector): Removed CHARTAB argument, allocated KLUDGE
	outside of loop and GCPRO'd it.
	(syms_of_keymap): Remove last vestiges of Vglobal_mouse_map,
	Vmouse_button_names, Suse_local_mouse_map,

	* buffer.h (struct buffer): Removed mouse_map and function_key_map
	members, since they are now handled by the keymap element.

	* keyboard.c (syms_of_keyboard): Change initialization of
	meta_prefix_char, since it's now a Lisp_Object.

	* keymap.c (Fkeymapp): Rewrote this to use get_keymap_1; now it's
	a one-liner instead of a 13-liner.
	(DENSE_TABLE_SIZE): Created new constant for the # of lookup-style
	entries in a dense keymap, and the index of the map's assoc list.
	Used it where appropriate.
	(Fcopy_keymap): Notice that 129'th element in dense keymaps.
	(Fdefine_key, Flookup_key): Reworked to deal with vectors of
	symbols and characters as well as strings for key sequences.
	(meta_prefix_char): Changed from an int to a Lisp_Object.

1991-02-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (report_file_error): Don't downcase "I/O".

1991-02-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (access_keymap): Allow IDX to be any sort of bindable
	event, and deal with the extended keymaps.  IDX is now a
	Lisp_Object instead of an int, obviously.
	(store_in_keymap): Allow IDX to be any sort of bindable event, and
	deal with the extended keymaps.  IDX is now a Lisp_Object.

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_click): Add code to set the up_modifier
	bit for ButtonRelease events.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_event): Use XFASTINT and XSETINT to
	access event->code, since it's a Lisp_Object.
	(kbd_buffer_read_char): Golly, perhaps we should increment
	kbd_fetch_ptr to remove the event we just read from the queue.
	(modify_event_symbol): Stupid fixes: correctly look up unmodified
	symbols when cache entry has a modified symbol vector.  And, when
	first adding the modified symbol vector, copy the old slot value
	into it correctly.

1991-02-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): #if 0 the block of code which
	handles mouse events and other lispy events specially, since I
	hope it will go away soon.

	* dispnew.c (Fsleep_for_millisecs): Pass all four arguments to
	wait_reading_process_input, instead of just the first two.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Remove support for
	only waiting for mouse input, since that has been superceded.
	This removes X dependencies from process.c, and eliminates some
	references to code that should only exist when using X10.

	* keyboard.c (mouse_moved_symbol, redraw_screen_symbol,
	mapped_screen_symbol, unmapped_screen_symbol,
	exited_window_symbol, exited_scrollbar_symbol): Renamed to
	Qmouse_moved, Qredraw_screen, Qmapped_screen, Qunmapped_screen,
	Qexited_window, Qexited_scrollbar, just as done in xterm.c.
	(classify_object): Removed code to look up a function key in the
	global and local function key keymaps, since this will be done
	more generally.
	(Fexecute_mouse_event): Elided this function with a #if 0;  I
	think it will go away once the more general keymap stuff is
	implemented, but I'm not sure.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Removed defsubr for Sexecute_mouse_event.
	(where_is_string, describe_buffer_bindings, syms_of_keymap):
	Elided code to handle mouse button bindings specially; I hope this
	will go away.

	* lread.c (syms_of_lread): Change defsubr for eval-buffer to
	defsubr for eval-current-buffer.

	* keymap.c (syms_of_keymap): defvar for Vglobal_function_map
	removed, since that variable has disappeared.

	* xterm.c (x_func_key_to_sym): Removed entirely, since we no
	longer convert X keycodes to symbols in this section of code.
	(x_convert_modifiers): New function to turn the X modifier bits
	into struct input_event modifier bits.
	(encode_mouse_button): Removed, since this work isn't done here
	(Vx_send_mouse_movement_events): Add an extern declaration for

	* termhooks.h: Only define struct input_event if the module
	has previously #included lisp.h; this avoids forcing simple modules
	like cm.c to #include lisp.h.

	* term.c: #include "lisp.h" before #including "termhooks.h", since
	the latter uses Lisp_Objects now.

	* xfns.c (syms_of_xfns): Delete the defsubr for Sx_window_id,
	since Fx_window_id is gone.

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_event): Construct a struct input_event
	instead of a lispy event.

	* screen.c (coordinates_in_window): Added explanatory comment.
	(window_from_coordinates): Change PART, whose returned values are
	dependent on X-windows, to be called MODELINE_P, with appropriate
	new return values.
	* xterm.c (notice_mouse_movement): Handle the X-windows dependent
	stuff that used to be in window_from_coordinates here instead.
	(XTread_socket): Modified to produce struct input_events
	instead of lispy events.

1991-02-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* termhooks.h: Added up_modifier to the enum for modifier bits;
	this bit will be applied to mouse events.
	(struct input_event): Changed specification of non_ascii_keystroke
	events to send the function key number instead of a symbol.
	* keyboard.c (modify_event_symbol): Re-arranged to work well
	with function key/mouse button numbers instead of symbols.
	And if (MODIFIERS & up_modifer), prepend "U-" to the name of the
	symbol being constructed.
	(make_lispy_event): Use the new modify_event_symbol.

	* xterm.c (notice_mouse_movement): Adjusted this function to
	work with a struct input_event instead of producing an

	* xterm.c, xfns.c: Made all references to x_mouse_queue,
	x_expose_queue, and the functions which manipulate them
	conditional on having X10, since only X10 code ever places
	anything in these queues.

1991-02-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* termhooks.h: Define struct input_event, to represent input
	events while they sit in the keyboard input buffer.  Using lisp
	objects to represent input events is a bad idea because the
	routines which enqueue them can be called from signal handlers,
	and therefore should not cons.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer, kbd_fetch_ptr, kbd_store_ptr): Change
	these to be of type `struct input_event *'.
	(kbd_buffer_store_event): Manipulate struct input_events instead
	of lisp objects.
	(make_lispy_event): New function, to construct a lisp-style event
	corresponding to a particular struct input_event.
	(modify_event_symbol): New function, to add modifier prefixes to a
	symbol, and look the new symbols up quickly if they've already
	been created.
	(kbd_buffer_read_char): Call make_lispy_event to turn the thing
	in the keyboard buffer into the form that read_char is expecting.
	(Qwith_modifier_keys): Define this new symbol variable.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize and protect Qwith_modifier_keys.

	* xterm.c (init_input_symbols): Rearranged the code that produces
	the func_key_syms array.
	(x_func_key_to_sym): Simplified, since more will be handled in
	(XTread_socket): When handling KeyPress events, don't pass the
	state of the modifier keys to x_func_key_to_sym, since it doesn't
	care any more.

	* sysdep.c (kbd_input_ast, end_kbd_input, read_input_waiting):
	Rename kbd_buffer_store_char to kbd_buffer_store_event.

	* keyboard.c (stuff_buffered_input): Since the keyboard buffer
	holds lisp objects, only stuff entries that are Lisp_Ints, and
	XINT them before passing them to stuff_char.
	(kbd_buffer_store_char): Make this not a static function, since
	sysdep.c calls it.  And rename it kbd_buffer_store_event.

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer, kbd_fetch_ptr, kbd_store_ptr): Made these
	variables static, to document the fact that they're only used
	within keyboard.c.

1991-02-13  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (init_input_symbols): Remove the `xk-' prefix from all
	the function key symbols, since they're going to be used for
	function keys from all sorts of terminals, not just when running
	under X.

	* lread.c (read_escape): Removed support for mouse button escapes
	(\S-, \U-, \C- applied to digits), because they're being replaced
	by something more rational.

1991-02-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c: Doc fix.

	* sysdep.c (dup2): Rewrite of non-F_DUPFD case.

1991-02-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-intel386.h (LOAD_AVE_CVT): Add extra parens.
	* s-usg5-4.h (LIBX11_SYSTEM): #undef it.

1991-02-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-esix.h: New version from kayvan.
	LIBS_DEBUG; removes #undef sigsetmask, LIBS_SYSTEM, ESIX,

1991-02-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (Faccept_process_output): Second arg gives timeout.

1991-02-06  Jim Blandy  (

	* lread.c (read_escape): Added support for \S- and \U- escapes (for
	binding mouse buttons), and noted that \C- must work on digits.

	* xterm.c (init_input_symbols): Was mistakenly renamed
	init_inputs; named back.

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_click, encode_mouse_button): Rewritten
	to build new-style mouse events.

	* dispnew.c (update_line): Write a zero into obody[olen] to make
	sure the lines in current_screen->glyphs remain terminated.
	* xdisp.c (display_string, display_text_line): Don't write off
	the end of the line and destroy the zero terminator when expanding
	a tab.

	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): Accept C-] (usually abort-recursive-edit) as
	well as C-g to quit.

1991-02-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* sysdep.c, s-aix3-1.h, s-hpux.h, s-iris3-5.h, s-iris3-6.h,
	* s-irix3-3.h, s-rtu.h, s-sunos4-1.h, s-unipl5-0.h, s-unipl5-2.h,
	* s-usg5-0.h, s-usg5-2-2.h, s-usg5-2.h, s-usg5-3.h, s-xenix.h:

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_event): Renamed to
	construct_mouse_click, since there are kinds of mouse events
	besides clicks (movement, for example).
	(XTread_socket): Rename calls here.

	* xterm.c (mapped_screen_symbol, unmapped_screen_symbol)
	(exited_scrollbar_symbol, exited_window_symbol)
	(redraw_screen_symbol, mouse_moved_symbol): Renamed to
	Qmapped_screen, Qunmapped_screen, Qexited_scrollbar,
	Qexited_window, Qredraw_screen, Qmouse_moved, to agree with naming
	conventions elsewhere in Emacs.

	* xfns.c (text_part_sym, modeline_part_sym)
	(vertical_scrollbar_sym, vertical_slider_sym, vertical_thumbup_sym)
	(vertical_thumbdown_sym, horizontal_scrollbar_sym)
	(horizontal_slider_sym, horizontal_thumbleft_sym)
	(horizontal_thumbright_sym): Renamed to Qtext_part, Qmodeline_part,
	Qvscrollbar_part, Qvslider_part, Qvthumbup_part, Qvthumbdown_part,
	Qhscrollbar_part, Qhslider_part, Qhthumbleft_part,
	Qhthumbright_part, to agree with the naming conventions elsewhere
	in Emacs.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): While handling EnterNotify events,
	clear Vmouse_event here.
	(notice_mouse_movement): Don't clear it here.

1991-02-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-sunos4-0.h: Renamed from s-sunos4.h.
	(read, write, open, close): Macro defs moved to s-sunos4-1.h.
	(INTERRUPTABLE_*): Likewise.
	* s-sunos4-1.h: New file.

1991-02-04  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Vglobal_mouse_map, Vglobal_function_map): Variables
	removed in preparation for conversion to unified keymap format.
	(Fmake_keymap): Make vector keymaps with 129 entries; the last
	will be an assoc-list for looking up symbols.  Update docstring to
	describe 129'th element.
	(Fmake_sparse_keymap): Update docstring to say that you can bind
	symbols in these maps too.
	(Fkeymapp): Recognize 129-element vectors as keymaps, not
	128-element vectors.
	(get_keymap_1): wrong_type_argument can no longer return a new
	value supplied by the debugger; remove loop to support this.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): When handling EnterNotify events,
	enqueue fake mouse events iff Vx_send_mouse_movement_events !=

	* xfns.c (Fx_window_id): Function removed; Fscreen_parameters
	already provides this information.

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): Cleaned up the code to get the host name,
	and removed fixed limit on host name length.

	* window.c (Fscroll_other_window): Don't explicitly save
	current_buffer and point; the save_excursion will take care of
	that anyway.

	* dispnew.c (safe_bcopy): Rewritten to handle overlapping regions
	with multiple calls to bcopy instead of a stupid copy loop.

	* xterm.c, xfns.c (Vscreen_part, Vx_send_movement_events): These
	variables renamed to Vmouse_screen_part,

	* lread.c (Feval_buffer): Function deleted.
	(Feval_current_buffer): Removed "#if 0 ... #endif" around this

1991-02-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* Makefile, ymakefile (SHELL): Force use of sh.

	* s-usg5-4.h (USG5_4): Define it.
	(LOAD_AVE_*): Don't define them.
	* m-intel386.h (LOAD_AVE_*): Define, if USG5_4.

	* buffer.c (Fbuffer_local_variables): Omit slots with no names.

1991-02-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_term_init, init_input_symbols): Moved these to the
	bottom of the file, 1) to be consistent with the other files, and
	2) so it can initialize some variables I want.

1991-02-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.h: Added external declaration for x_focus_screen.

	* search.h: File deleted.
	* buffer.h: Declare searchbuf here instead.

	* screen.c (Ffocus_screen, Funfocus_screen): Moved these functions
	to xfns.c, since they're x-specific.
	(syms_of_screen): Removed defsubr calls for above.
	* xfns.c (Ffocus_screen, Funfocus_screen): Here they are.
	(syms_of_xfns): The defsubrs are here now.

	* buffer.h (PT): Make this expand to an expression which is not an
	l-value, to prevent people from assigning to it.  If everyplace
	uses SET_PT, it will be easier to merge in the interval code.
	(point): Similar changes here.
	(SET_PT): This can no longer be written in terms of PT, so write
	out current_buffer->

	* xterm.c (x_new_font): Rewritten to remove arbitrary limit on
	size of x_font_table.
	(x_font_table_size): Created new variable.
	(n_available_fonts, font_names, font_info, MAX_FONTS): Deleted
	these variables/macros.

	* dispnew.c (scroll_screen_lines): Instead of disabling the lines
	vacated by the scroll (i.e. zeroing enable), mark them as enabled
	but empty.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Move UNGCPRO down, so that
	stuff is protected while we build the command history entry and do
	the function call.

	* xterm.c (XTupdate_end): Turn cursor on, even if we don't
	currently have the focus.

	* minibuf.c (temp_echo_area_glyphs): Clear echo_area_glyphs and
	previous_echo_glyphs, so the message we're displaying will
	supercede any existing message.

	* keyboard.c: Removed external declaration of echo_area_glyphs,
	since it's declared in window.h.

1991-01-31  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (XRINGBELL): Pass 0 as the second argument to XBell;
	respect the user's preferences.

1991-01-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_draw_single_glyph): New function, created to simplify
	cursor drawing/undrawing.
	(x_display_box_cursor): Rewritten to properly handle the box
	cursor in its filled and hollow forms.
	* xterm.h (enum text_cursor_kinds): Added enum for the different
	kinds of cursors which might be displayed in a window.
	(struct x_display): Added member `text_cursor_kind' which says
	which kind of cursor is currently being displayed in the window, so
	we can arrange to redraw it effectively.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): When handling the forward_char
	command, don't let point move to the location after the end of the

	* keyboard.c (poll_suppress_count): Define this even if
	POLL_FOR_INPUT is not defined, because this makes lots of #ifdef
	clauses unnecessary, and doesn't hurt, because
	{start,stop}_polling become nops.

	* config.h, config.h-dist: Make these #include "system.h" and
	"machine.h", and let the config script link these appropriately,
	instead of using the machine-specific names and expecting the user
	to edit this file.

1991-01-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (Fdelete_window): sib is a Lisp_Object; treat it as

	* xterm.c (screen_unhighlight): When the focus leaves a screen,
	draw the cursor as a box instead of making it disappear entirely.

1991-01-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexec.c (make_hdr) [TPIX]: Set f_hdr.f_nscns and f_thdr.f_scnptr.


	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Don't ignore
	a zero-length read on a network connection.  Do close it.

	* sysdep.c (hft_init, hft_reset): Pass &junk as arg to HFQERROR.
	Do nothing if not HFT.

1991-01-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* xfns.h: Created, to declare things defined in xfns.c.
	Declare Vx_send_movement_events.
	* xfns.c: #include "xfns.h".
	(Vx_send_movement_events): Define this variable.
	(syms_of_xfns): DEFVAR_LISP it.
	* xterm.c: #include "xfns.h".
	(XTread_socket): Place a mouse-moved event in the buffer iff
	Vx_send_movement_events says to.

1991-01-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* ymakefile: Noted that callint.o depends on mocklisp.h,
	and dired.o on search.h.

	* environ.h: Deleted - its creation in the first place was misguided.
	callproc.h: Removed #include "environ.h", and added declarations
	for environ.h

	* buffer.c (syms_of_buffer): Add more detailed documentation to

	* lisp.h (poll_suppress_count): Add external declaration for this here.

1991-01-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-sun3-68881.h, m-sun3-fpa.h, m-sun3-soft.h: New files.

1991-01-27  Jim Blandy  (

	* lisp.h (struct handler): Add poll_suppress_count member, so
	we can restore poll_suppress_count when we handle an error.
	* eval.c (struct catchtag): Add it here too, for throws.
	(internal_catch, Fcondition_case, internal_condition_case): Record
	the value of poll_suppress_count here in the handler and catch tag.
	(Fthrow, Fsignal): Restore it here.

1991-01-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c (x_display_box_cursor): If we're undrawing the cursor by
	redrawing the character underneath it, draw according to that
	line's highlight, instead of assuming it's in the normal GC.

1991-01-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.h (PTR_CHAR_POS): Value was too small by 1.

1991-01-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* doprnt.c (doprnt): Check for overflow in fmtcpy.

1991-01-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (Fdelete_window): If the deletee gives its space to its
	next sibling, that sibling needs to have its top/left side pulled
	back to where the deletee's is.

1991-01-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* doc.c (Fsnarf_documentation): Handle attaching docstrings to
	bytecode objects too.

	* syntax.h (syntax_spec_code): Make external declaration for this
	unsigned char to match the definition in syntax.c.

	* indent.c (compute_motion): Added comments describing how it
	can be used.

1991-01-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (create_process): Use SETUP_SLAVE_PTY if defined.

	* s-usg5-4.h (HAVE_PTYS, HAVE_SETSID): Defined.
	(FIRST_PTY_LETTER): Overridden.

	* m-ibmrs6000.h	(CANNOT_DUMP): Undefine it.
	(UNEXEC): Define it.
	(LINKER): Override it.  Then add -bnodelcsect.

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_default): Try reversing XGetDefault args if it fails.

1991-01-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-usg5-4.h (LOAD_AVE_CVT): Cast value to int.

	* keyboard.c (read_avail_input): Signal SIGHUP if FIONREAD fails.

	* ymakefile: Put tokens after #endif into comment.

	* filelock.c (lock_file_owner_name): Declare argument type.

	* syntax.c (syntax_spec_code): Type now unsigned char.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input):
	Call status_notify even when not doing redisplay.

	* emacs.c (Fkill_emacs): Turn off SIGIO before exiting.

	* s-usg5-3.h (USG5_3): Define it.
	* m-ibmps2-aix.h [USG5_3]: Define TEXT_START as 0.
	Override various other symbols at end of file.

1991-01-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (window-configuration-p): Closing paren needed.  Added.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): When displaying a message over an
	active minibuffer, call Fsit_for with three arguments, not two.

1991-01-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-irix3-3.h (HAVE_SYSVIPC): Defined.

1991-01-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (buffer_posn_from_coords): Compute_motion starting
	from bufp[y] instead of counting from the top of the window.

1991-01-11  Richard Mlynarik  (

	* window.c (window-configuration-p): Needed.  Added.

1991-01-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (buffer_posn_from_coords): Remember to deduce space
	for the line continuation markers and the window separators from
	the window width.

1991-01-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-tower32v3.h (VALBITS, GCTYPEBITS): Use 26 bits for pointer.

1991-01-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fcopy_file): Always close descriptors.

	* s-sunos4.h: read, write, open and close are interruptable.

1991-01-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* xterm.c, dispnew.c (pixel_to_char_translation): Renamed to
	pixel_to_glyph_translation, and rewritten.  Just get coordinates,
	don't return anything.
	(buffer_posn_from_coords): New function - given a window and
	co-ordinates on the screen, find the buffer position at those

1991-01-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* alloc.c (Fmake_byte_code): Flesh out docstring.

	* window.c (window_loop): Pick the first window correctly, even
	when screen == 0.

	* dispnew.c (scroll_screen_lines): Don't forget to call
	update_begin at the top of the down-scrolling section.
	And rotate by amount, not -amount, in the up-scrolling section.

	* xterm.h (MAX_FONTS, x_font_table, n_fonts): Removed external
	declarations for these variables, since they're declared static in
	xterm.c and not used elsewhere.
	* xterm.c (MAX_FONTS): Moved definition of this to here from

	* xterm.c (x_new_font): If you can't find the requested font,
	return a code which indicates this, instead of calling abort.

1991-01-07  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c (redisplay, display_mode_line): To test
	Vglobal_minibuffer_screen for validity, you must check that its
	type is Lisp_Screen; comparing it to Qnil isn't good enough.

	* screen.c (syms_of_screen): Initialize Vglobal_minibuffer_screen
	to Qnil; otherwise, it inhibits decent redisplay (is that another

	* dispnew.c (init_display): Make sure that the standard input is a
	terminal here.
	* emacs.c (main): Not here, since we don't know yet if we want to
	use a window system of some sort.

	* xfns.c (x_make_gc): Delete code to support default_face and
	highlight_face, since they're part of the interval code, and
	shouldn't be installed yet.

	* dispnew.c (init_display): Calculate_costs expects a screen
	parameter; pass selected_screen, instead of nothing.

	* search.c (Freplace_match): Protect STRING.
	* process.c (run_filter): New function.
	(read_process_output, exec_sentinel): Use run_filter to call the
	process's filter function.
	(status_notify): GCPro MSG.
	* process.c (Fopen_network_stream): Protect various args.
	* print.c (Fprin1_to_string, Fprint): Protect OBJ.
	* lread.c (Feval_region): Check type of B.
	* keymap.c (describe_alist): Protect ELT_PREFIX and TEM2.
	(describe_vector): Likewise for ELT_PREFIX and TEM1.

1991-01-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes): Turn off VSUSP and V_DSUSP if they exist.
	Only on a MIPS.

1991-01-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* xselect.c (x_answer_selection_request): For incremental, set
	format to 32 and send only 1 element.  Pass the address of size,
	not size itself.
	(x_selection_arrival): For incremental, delete the property
	containing the size of the transfer.  This generates a
	PropertyNotify to the owner, starting the exchange.

	* xrdb.c (get_user_app): Pass correct number of parameters to

	* xfns.c (x_window): Don't use backing store or saveunders; they
	seem to slow down suns.
	(x_icon): Set the InputHint to the window manager to False.
	(x_make_gc): Initialize gc_values.line_width to zero before
	creating the normal video GC, since it uses it.  And set the
	default_face and hilite_face gcs here.
	(install_vertical_scrollbar): Add 2 to thumbdown y position, and
	don't add ibw.

	* insdel.c (insert, del_range): Use SET_PT rather than assigning
	point directly.
	* window.c (Fselect_window): Here too.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay_all_windows): Removed static declaration for
	this nonexistent function.

1991-01-04  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (window_loop): Neatened up.  MINI being non-zero now
	makes it recognize active minibuffer windows.  Iterates properly
	over multiple screens when asked nicely.
	(Fget_lru_window, Fget_largest_window): SCREENS arguments are now
	declared as a Lisp_Object, and documented.
	(Fget_buffer_window): SCREENS argument is now documented.
	(Fdelete_other_windows): Delete other windows on the argument
	window's screen, not the current screen.

	* screen.c (window_from_coordinates): Changed other reference to
	Fnext_window to use next_screen_window; see below.

	* window.c (Fnext_window, Fprevious_window): Accept non-nil, non-t
	values for mini, and don't turn off all-screens when mini is t but
	there is no global minibuffer screen.  Remove screen_{root,mini}
	(Fother_window): Added second argument all_screens.

	* undo.c (record_delete): Removed dead variable llength.

	* data.c (Qkeyp, Fkeyp): Removed these and supporting code.
	* keymap.c (Fsingle_key_description): Report an error instead of
	calling wrong_type_argument.
	* lisp.h (Qkeyp): Removed external declaration for this.

1991-01-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c (search_buffer): Return starting position if count == 0.

1991-01-02  Jim Blandy  (

	* scroll.c (do_scrolling): Use correct limits on loop to clear
	lines just inserted--old version lost a line.

	* screen.c: #ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS, #include xterm.h
	(Ffocus_screen, Funfocus_screen): Use Joe's new definitions, and
	only define these functions ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS.
	(window_from_coordinates): Use next_screen_window instead of
	Fnext_window, so that global minibuffers work.

	* lread.c (syms_of_read): Don't forget to defsubr

	* lisp.h (Fscreenp, Fselect_screen, Ffocus_screen)
	(Funfocus_screen, Fselected_screen, Fwindow_screen)
	(Fscreen_root_window, Fscreen_selected_window, Fscreen_list)
	(Fnext_screen, Fdelete_screen, Fread_mouse_position)
	(Fset_mouse_position, Fmake_screen_visible, Fmake_screen_invisible)
	(Ficonify_screen, Fdeiconify_screen, Fscreen_visible_p)
	(Fvisible_screen_list, Fscreen_parameters)
	(Fmodify_screen_parameters, Fscreen_pixel_size, Fscreen_height)
	(Fscreen_width, Fset_screen_height, Fset_screen_width)
	(Fset_screen_size, Fset_screen_position, Fcoordinates_in_window_p)
	(Flocate_window_from_coordinates, Frubber_band_rectangle): Added
	extern declarations for all these.

	* lisp.h (Qscreenp): Added an extern declaration for this.

	* lisp.h (DBL_DIG): Added constant for the maximum number of
	decimal digits a float could print to.  Used in print.c.

	* keymap.c (Fkey_description): Produce pretty descriptions of
	mouse and window system events too.
	(Fsingle_key_description): Signal an error if obj is not a key.

	* data.c (Fkeyp, Qkeyp): Added predicate to recognize things which
	can be bound - this includes keys, symbols (for function keys and
	window system events), and conses (for mouse events).
	* lisp.h (Qkeyp): Added external declaration for this.

	* keyboard.c (Frecursive_edit): Don't specbind the standard IO here.
	(recursive_edit_1): Do it here, and don't forgot to unbind_to.

	(command_loop_1): Reset no_redisplay after mouse commands.

	(classify_object): Place the object in read_key_sequence_cmd.

	(Fread_key_sequence): Recognize that when read_key_sequence
	returns -1 or -2, it's a mouse event or window system event.

1991-01-01  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): We should dereference GPT_ADDR[-1]
	before comparing it to '\n' for VMS cruft.
	(Fdo_auto_save): Don't call run-hooks before it's defined.  This
	only happens before emacs is dumped, when loading inc-vers.el.

	* eval.c (Fsignal): TOTALLY_UNBLOCK_INPUT here.
	(error): Not here.

	(Feval): We use argvals[0..5], so declare it to have six elements
	instead of just five.

1990-12-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (Fsignal): Don't ever return.
	Call error instead if user tries to use debugger to return.

	* eval.c (unbind_to): New second arg is value to return.  gcpro it.
	All callers changed to pass the arg; if a caller uses unbind_to
	just before returning, it passes as this arg the value it wants
	to return, then it returns whatever comes back.

1990-12-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* print.c (print): Put obj in a non-register variable so
	we could gcpro it.  Also fixed some syntax errors.

	* editfns.c (Fformat): Declare nstrings, and declare nstrings and
	strings in a local block.
	(Fformat): XFLOAT(args[n]) isn't a float; ->data is.

1990-12-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-tower32.h: Add comments for how to optimize.
	* m-tower32v3.h: New file.

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): Save errno around unlock_file.

1990-12-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Fformat): Handle floats.  Convert between int and float.
	Don't truncate value at null char coming from doprnt.
	* doprnt.c (doprnt): Replace tembuf with malloced buff if too small.
	Handle %e, %f and %g.

1990-12-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* abbrev.c (Fexpand_abbrev): Use insert_from_string, not insert.
	(Funexpand_abbrev): Likewise.
	* doc.c (Fsubstitute_command_keys): Likewise.
	* editfns.c (Finsert, Finsert_before_markers): Likewise.
	* minibuf.c (Fminibuffer_complete_word): Likewise.
	* mocklisp.c (Finsert_string): Use insert1.
	* vmsfns.c (Fdefault_subproc_input_handler): Likewise.

	* print.c: Don't use strout for the text of a Lisp string.
	(print_string): New function to use instead.
	(print): Use print_string when no escapes needed.
	When printing with escapes, protect the string and check addr often.

1990-12-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* insdel.c (insert_from_string): New function.

1990-12-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* term.c (ins_del_lines): Handle scroll region wrt chars_wasted.

1990-12-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* Globally renamed InsStr to insert_string.

1990-12-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-usg5-3.h (USG_SHARED_LIBRARIES): Define it.

	* m-intel386.h (C_SWITCH_MACHINE): New macro.

1990-12-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* alloc.c (STRING_FULLSIZE): Use sizeof(struct Lisp_String)
	instead of sizeof(int).

1990-12-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (Fread_key_sequence): Clear this_command_key_count
	here; who unfixed this?

1990-12-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* abbrev.c (Fdefine_abbrevs): Don't crash when EXPANSION is nil.

1990-12-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (Fmacroexpand): Change handling of (foo . bar) in ENV.

1990-12-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-pmax.h (SYSTEM_MALLOC): Define it.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Ignore failure with EIO.

1990-12-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-iris4d.h (LOAD_AVE_CVT): Divide by 1024.
	(LIB_STANDARD): Use -lbsd first.
	(LIBS_MACHINE): Don't use -lbsd here.
	* s-irix3-3.h (ADDR_CORRECT): Macro deleted.
	(LIBS_MACHINE): Macro deleted.
	(LDAV_SYMBOL): Delete the `_' from start of symbol.

	* process.c (create_process): Delete duplicate sigsetmask.

	* m-ibmrt.h (RTPC_REGISTER_BUG, SHORT_CAST_BUG): Macros deleted.
	(C_SWITCH_MACHINE): Use -D to define alloca.
	(SIGN_EXTEND_CHAR): Use a cast.

1990-12-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (Fsuspend_emacs): Protect STUFFSTRING.
	(cmd_error): Protect TAIL while printing.
	(input_poll_signal, start_polling): Use polling_period.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Initialize it and make it a Lisp var.

	* fns.c (Fyes_or_no_p): Protect PROMPT for entire loop.

	* fileio.c (Frename_file): Protect args.
	* fileio.c (Fadd_name_to_file): Protect the args.
	(Fcopy_file, Fmake_symbolic_link): Likewise.
	(Finsert_file_contents): Protect FILENAME.

1990-12-04  Jim Blandy  (

	* eval.c (Fbacktrace): gcpro TAIL.
	* emacs.c (Fkill_emacs): gcpro ARG.
	* editfns.c (Fformat): Remove remains of gcpro'd args.

	* dispnew.c (syms_of_dispnew): Don't clobber Vwindow_system_version

	* dired.c (file_name_completion): Check that FILE is a string.

	* buffer.c (Fbury_buffer): Don't init BUF1.

	* doc.c (Fsubstitute_command_keys): Protect STR and don't keep a
	pointer to the middle of it.

	* m-hp9000s300.h (LOAD_AVE_TYPE, LOAD_AVE_CVT): Override for BSD.

	* process.c (sigchld_handler): Clear synch_process_alive if the
	dying process isn't in the table at all.
	* callproc.c (call_process_cleanup): Clear synch_process_alive.

1990-12-03  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Change synch_process_pid to
	synch_process_alive, as a general flag that we are waiting for
	a synchronous process to die.  This obviates the need to block
	SIGCHLDs until we know the pid.
	* sysdep.c (wait_for_termination): Wait for synch_process_alive	to
	be false.

	* process.c (sigchld_handler): If pid not recognized, look for a
	process recorded with pid -1.
	(create_process): Set pid to -1 before the fork.
	Store correct pid right after the fork.
	Don't change sigchld handler on system V.

	* process.c (Fstart_process): Set BUFFER before other string vars
	so a gc in Fget_buffer_create won't clobber them.

1990-11-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_command_char): Save and restore getcjmp.

1990-11-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (status_convert): Use WRETCODE for exited process.

1990-11-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-usg5-4.h (LIB_STANDARD): Add libucb.a.
	(NEED_PTEM_H): Define this instead of NEED_SIOCTL.
	* m-ibm370aix.h, m-ibmps2-aix.h, m-ibmrs6000.h (NEED_SIOCTL):
	Undefine this.
	(NEED_PTEM_H): Likewise.

	* s-sunos4.h (O_NDELAY): Don't define this.

	* print.c (Fwith_output_to_temp_buffer): Don't eval first arg twice.

1990-11-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-hp9000s300.h (LOAD_AVE_TYPE, LOAD_AVE_CVT): Alternate defs for BSD.

1990-11-21  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (init_display): Check if we're using a window system
	before trying to initialize the terminal.  If someone has
	indicated that they want to use a window system, we shouldn't
	bother initializing the terminal.  This is especially important
	when the terminal is so dumb that emacs gives up and doesn't bother
	using the window system.

1990-11-20  Jim Blandy  (

	* print.c (Fexternal_debugging_output): Added new function which
	writes a character to stderr, for use when debugging emacs with

1990-11-14  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (window_change_signal): Used to assume that SIGWINCHes
	always applied to the currently selected screen.  Now it scans the
	list of screens for a screen controlled by termcap, and changes that
	screen's size.

1990-11-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (err_str): New macro.
	(Finsert_file_contents, Fwrite_region): Use it in error messages.

1990-11-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* insdel.c (del_range): Supply missing arg to gap_left.

1990-11-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* regex.c: Disabled definition of NULL from lisp.h

	* crt0.c (_start): Added static declaration of start1.

	* xfns.c: Added definition for Vbar_cursor.
	(syms_of_xfns): Added DEFVAR_LISP clause for Vbar_cursor.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Passed &event.xkey instead of &event to
	XLookupString, so things will typecheck nicely.

	* Globally rewrote all references to Vmouse_buffer to use the
	buffer viewed by Vmouse_window instead.

	* alloc.c (xmalloc, xrealloc): Removed calls to
	{un,}hold_window_change.  The new SIGWINCH-handling code and
	do_pending_window_change make them unnecessary.

1990-11-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Make Available static;
	don't clear when a nonzero bit is found.

	* fns.c (Fnthcdr): Stop loop if reach end.

	* dispnew.c: Include fcntl.h if HAVE_TERMIO.

1990-11-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* alloc.c (make_uninit_string): No longer declared static, and
	extern declaration added to lisp.h.  It's used in dired.c.

1990-11-08  Jim Blandy  (

	* dispnew.c (do_pending_window_change): Changed incorrect call to
	change_window_size_1 into a loop which scans list of screens and
	resizes those that need resizing.

1990-11-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-ibmrs6000.h (CANNOT_DUMP): Define it.

	* process.c (create_process): Unblock SIGCHLD in the child.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Don't read input
	from more than one process between calls to `select'.

1990-11-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* callint.c (syms_of_callint):
	Initialize Vprefix_arg and Vcurrent_prefix_arg.

1990-11-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* dired.c (Fdirectory_files): Avoid using MAXNAMLEN.

1990-10-31  Jim Blandy  (

	* process.c (MAXDESC): Enclosed definition in `#ifndef ... #endif'

	* bytecode.c: Included syntax.h to declare syntax_code_spec.

	* syntax.h (syntax_spec_code): Added extern declaration for this.

	* floatfns.c (float_error): Added static declaration for this at
	the top of the file.

1990-10-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* indent.c (position_indentation): Renamed stray `bf_cur' to
	`current_buffer', and old `CharAt' usages to `FETCH_CHAR'.
	* buffer.c (Fbuffer_disable_undo): The symbol object for this
	subroutine was still named Sbuffer_flush_undo, and the symbol's
	lisp name was similarly out of date.  Renamed both, and added an
	alias in lisp/subr.el .

	* keyboard.c (Fset_input_mode): A `meta_flag' had escaped being
	renamed to `meta_key'.

1990-10-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (Fprocess_send_region, Fprocess_send_string):
	Break data into bunches less than 500 bytes.
	Accept process output between bunches.
	??? Must update manual.

1990-10-29  Jim Blandy  (

	* window.c (Fset_window_start, window_scroll): Renamed stray
	references to `redo_mode_line' to `update_mode_line'.

	* xdisp.c (decode_mode_spec): Renamed stray references to `bf_cur'
	and `bf_modified' to `current_buffer' and `MODIFF'.

1990-10-25  Jim Blandy  (

	* environ.h: File created - contains declarations for users of the
	environment variable list.
	* callproc.c (environ): Removed extern declaration of environ, and
	included environ.h.

1990-10-24  Jim Blandy  (

	* callproc.c (init_callproc): Removed extern declaration of
	environ - it's already taken care of at the top of the file.

	* mocklisp.h: File created - externally declares certain
	functions defined in mocklisp.c.
	* lisp.h (Fread_buffer, Fread_key_sequence): Added extern
	declarations for these functions.
	* callint.c (ml_apply, Fread_buffer, Fread_key_sequence): Removed
	extern declarations for these functions, included mocklisp.h.
	Moved external declaration of index to top of file.

1990-10-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (GNULIB_VAR): New make variable.
	(LIBES): Use that, not GNULIB directly.
	(GNULIB): Don't define if already defined.

1990-10-23  Jim Blandy  (

	* indent.h (last_known_column_point): Added extern declaration for
	this variable.
	* buffer.c (last_known_column_point): Removed extern declaration for
	this variable, included indent.h.
	(Vprin1_to_string_buffer): Removed extern declaration - it's
	already in lisp.h.

	* lisp.h (catchlist, backtrace_list, stack_bottom)
	(current_global_map): Added extern declarations for these
	* alloc.c: Removed external declarations for catchlist,
	backtrace_list, and stack_bottom, since this file includes
	* callint.c (current_global_map): Removed extern declaration.

	* search.h: New file - declares searchbuf.
	* dired.c (Fdirectory_files): Removed extern declaration of
	searchbuf, included search.h.

	* Globally renamed `CHAR_AT_POSITION' to `FETCH_CHAR'.

1990-10-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (quit_char): New variable.
	(init_keyboard): Initialize it.
	(Fset_input_mode): New optional arg to set quit_char.
	(command_loop_1, read_char, kbd_buffer_store_char):
	(read_avail_input): Use quit_char, not C-g.
	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes): Use quit_char to set special chars.
	* xterm.c (x_term_init): Pass new arg to Fset_input_mode.

1990-10-22  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdisp.c: Added `extern' declaration for command_loop_level.

	* term.c (term_init): Internal cleanups.
	(write_glyphs): Renamed argument `start' to `string'.

1990-10-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* xterm.c (FIONREAD): Undefine if BROKEN_FIONREAD.
	(SIGIO): Undefine if no FIONREAD.
	(ioctl.h, termio.h, strings.h, string.h): Include them before those.

	* alloc.c (make_vector_from_string, Fvector_from_string):
	Functions deleted.

	* sysdep.c (select): Handle timeout == 0.  Add var local_timeout.

	* alloc.c (make_uninit_string, make_float): Use VALIDATE_LISP_STORAGE.
	(Fcons, Fmake_vector, Fmake_symbol, Fmake_marker): Likewise.
	(Fmake_vector_from_list): Likewise.

1990-10-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (scrolling): Give up if some new lines not enabled.
	(update_screen): Rework outq logic.

	* xdisp.c (message, message1): Clear noninteractive_need_newline.

1990-10-19  Jim Blandy  (

	* scroll.c (do_scrolling): Allocate queue using alloca instead
	of variable-sized arrays.

1990-10-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c: Doc fix.

1990-10-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* print.c (internal_with_output_to_temp_buffer): Install an
	unwind_protect to make sure the current buffer is restored.

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Call recursive_edit_1 instead of
	Frecursive_edit, to support the new command_loop_level

	* malloc.c (calloc): Added this function, in case something linked
	with emacs calls it.

	* lread.c (openp): Since access returns 0 on success, change that
	into a 1 before returning it.

	* lisp.h: Deleted DEFSIMPLE and DEFPRED, since they're no
	longer used.

1990-10-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-intel386.h (alloca): Define as builtin, if using GCC.

	* m-att3b.h (NEED_PTEM_H): Define this for 3b2.

	* s-aix3-1.h (SYSV_SYSTEM_DIR): Define it.

	* print.c (print): Improve error message for bad data type.

1990-10-18  Jim Blandy  (

	* keymap.c (Flookup_key): Rearranged to use an index into the key
	sequence instead of a pointer and a level counter.

1990-10-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* floatfns.c (sinh, cosh): On VMS, define to use exp.
	(IN_FLOAT): Detect errors reported using errno.
	(float_error): Define function unconditionally.
	Reestablish handler when called, if not BSD.

1990-10-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-delta.h (C_DEBUG_SWITCH): Don't define this.

1990-10-17  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (command_loop): Made call to command_loop_2
	conditional on minibuf_level too (it used to be only conditional
	on command_loop_level), since this is what 18.56 and all the other
	functions in Emacs 19 keyboard.c do.

1990-10-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Don't echo dash if there is already
	something else being displayed in the echo area.

1990-10-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (status_convert): If killed by signal, use WTERMSIG.

	* data.c (arith_error): Reestablish handler on VMS.

	* keyboard.c (start_polling, stop_polling): New functions.
	(input_poll_signal): New function, handles periodic alarms.
	(read_command_char): Turn off polling temporarily.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay): Likewise.
	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input, create_process): Likewise.

1990-10-16  Jim Blandy  (

	* indent.c (position_indentation): Instead of using CharAt, use a
	pointer to scan the buffer - this is faster.

	* emacs.c (Fdump_emacs): The conditional expression which passes
	symname to unexec was missing a `: 0'.

	* dispnew.c (rotate_vector): Was rotating backwards.

1990-10-15  Jim Blandy  (

	* dired.c (file_name_completion): Use scmp to compare names.

1990-10-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (create_process): Don't turn off handling of SIGCHLD.
	Just set a flag if a signal comes in when not wanted.
	(create_process_sigchld): New signal handler.

1990-10-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* bytecode.c: De-implement Bmark, Bset_mark, Bscan_buffer.
	Mark Bsymbol_function, Bfset, Bread_char as obsolete.
	Implement codes Bmult, Bforward_char...Bwiden,
	and Bstringeqlsign...Bintegerp.

1990-10-12  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (list_buffers_1): Select the buffer given in
	Vstandard_output using Fset_buffer instead of set_buffer_internal.

	* buffer.c (set_buffer_internal): Deleted variable swb - it's
	never used.

	* buffer.c (count_modified_buffers): Function deleted - it's
	not used anymore.

1990-10-11  Jim Blandy  (

	* buffer.c (reset_buffer_local_variables, buffer_local_variables):
	added support for default values for buffer local variables which
	do not have a DEFVAR_PER_BUFFER, as described in the comments
	above buffer_local_flags.

	* buffer.c (Fget_buffer_create): Move initialization of
	b->save_length and b->last_window_start to reset_buffer.

1990-10-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-ibmps2-aix.h (LOAD_AVE_TYPE, LOAD_AVE_CVT): Define them.
	(C_DEBUG_SWITCH): Delete -fstrength-reduce.

	* unexmips.c (unexec): Add conditional for MIPS2.

1990-10-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-iris4d.h (LIBS_MACHINE): Use -lsun, don't use -lPW.

	* unexelf.c: New file.
	* s-usg5-4.h: New file.
	* unexec.c [USG_SHARED_LIBARARIES]: Numerous changes under this cond.
	(copy_text_and_data): New second argument.

1990-10-10  Jim Blandy  (

	* alloc.c (gc_sweep): Only unchain markers that are in a buffer.

1990-10-10  Mike Rowan  (mtr@apple-gunkies)

	* process.c: Merged in more changes from 18.56: update_status,
	FD_SET changes (define all the FD_ macros).  Other small changes.

1990-10-09  Jim Blandy  (

	* xdist.c (decode_mode_spec): Reworked code to handle %* - it now
	goes like `if return else if return else ... return' instead of
	using a conditional operator.

	* xdist.c (fmodetrunc): Function deleted - no longer used.

1990-10-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (decode_mode_spec): Handle dashes in wide windows.

1990-10-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (sys_open, sys_close, sys_read, sys_write):
	Don't handle EAGAIN.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Handle nread==-1

	* s-vms.h (LINK_CTRL_SHARE): Turn on again. found it needed in VMS 5.3.

	* emacs.c (main): Move VMS declaration of environ outside function.

	* vmsfns.c (Fdefault_subproc_input_handler): InsCstr -> insert.

1990-10-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-pmax.h (START_FILES): Handle crt0.o in different dir in Ultrix 4.0.

	* s-sunos4.h (O_NDELAY): Define only if not defined.

1990-10-06  Jim Blandy  (

	* sysdep.c (tabs_safe_p, get_screen_size): Renamed `sg' to `tty'.

	* sysdep.c (init_baud_rate): Rearranged code for calculating

1990-10-05  Jim Blandy  (

	* search.c (Freplace_match): Used Finsert_buffer_substring instead
	of place and deleted place.

	* search.c (place): Function removed.

	* process.c (count_active_processes): Deleted; not used.

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Renamed `prefix' argument to `initial'.

1990-10-01  Jim Blandy  (

	* lread.c (Fload): Renamed `MISSING-OK' to `NOERROR'.

	* keyboard.c (describe_map): Renamed `keys' to `string'.

	* keyboard.c `Vauto_save_interval' unrenamed back to

	* keymap.c (Fdefine_key, Flookup_key): Renamed arguments called
	`keys' to `key'.

1990-10-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (sys_open, sys_close, sys_read, sys_write):
	Handle EAGAIN like EINTR.

1990-09-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* insdel.c (gap_left, gap_right): Use bcopy if requested.
	New config parameters GAP_USE_BCOPY, BCOPY_SAFE_UPWARD,

	* eval.c (find_handler_clause): Bind debug-on-error to nil.
	(Qdebug_on_error): New variable.
	(syms_of_eval): Initialize that.

	* sysdep.c: Include various headers for ptys, for hpux, aix, and sysv.

	* dispnew.c (preserve_other_columns): Fix args to second bcopy.

1990-09-30  Jim Blandy  (

	* keyboard.c: `auto_save_interval' renamed to
	`Vauto_save_interval', since it *is* a lisp-accessible variable.

	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): Call record_auto_save so that
	read_char knows when we've auto-saved.

	* keyboard.c (record_auto_save): Added function to support the new
	auto-save conditions.

	* keyboard.c (read_char): Use num_input_chars and last_auto_save
	instead of keystrokes to decide when to autosave.

	* keyboard.c (keystrokes): Variable deleted.

1990-09-30  Mike Rowan  (

	* keyboard.c, alloc.c: Added malloc warning code from

	* dispnew.c, xdisp.c: (un)hold_window_change no longer exists;
	added do_pending_window_change from 18.56.

	* process.c, process.h: Add the raw_status_low and raw_status_high
	code from 18.56.

1990-09-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* alloca.s: Handle ns32000 like ns16000.

	* m-ns32000.h: New file.

	* lread.c (Fload): Warn if elc file older than source file.

	* ymakefile (LIB_X11_LIB): New parameter, default -lX11.
	(LIBX): Use that.

	* Makefile (xmakefile): Delete junk.c at the beginning.

	* hftctl.c: Include termios.h before termio.h.
	Define TCGETS and TCSETS if nec.
	Give some forward declarations for the static functions.
	Reformat in usual GNU style.

	* m-orion105.h (LOAD_AVE_TYPE, FSCALE): Changed from double and 1.0.

	* m-delta.h: New file.

1990-09-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c (Frequire): Undo certain things on failure, like autoload.

1990-09-28  Jim Blandy  (

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): Renamed variable `fd' to `desc' and
	changed argument to open from `1' to `O_WRONLY'.

	* fileio.c (O_WRONLY): Added clause to define this if not already

	* emacs.c (Fdump_emacs): Removed a_name variable.

	* emacs.c (Fkill_emacs): Removed code which asked about modified
	buffers and running subprocesses.

	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_string): Renamed variable `now' to

	* dispnew.c (update_line): Renamed variables `m1' and `m2' to
	`begmatch' and `endmatch'.

	* dispnew.c (update_screen): Use preempt_count as a limit instead
	of a counter; count with i instead.

	* dispnew.c (visible_bell, inverse_video, baud_rate)
	(Vwindow_system): Rearranged comments.

1990-09-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c (main) : Set the DISPLAY environment value when both of

	* m-convex.h (LIB_STANDARD, LIBS_MACHINE): Remove these, they
	cause an unnecessary C1/C2 dependency.

	* m-convex.h (LD_SWITCH_MACHINE): Use -e__start to specify
	where crt0.c begins.

	* m-convex.h (HAVE_SETSID): Define; must call setsid
	when creating an inferior with a different controlling tty.
	* process.c (create_process): Rearrange so that HAVE_SETSID
	will be seen when not under USG.

	* m-convex.h (S_IFMT etc): Define in case of posix compilation.

	* m-convex.h (FIRST_PTY_LETTER): Do it at runtime.
	* unexconvex.c (first_pty_letter): Routine to locate lowest pty.

	* unexconvex.c: Rewrite so it can cope with thread-local sections.

	* sysdep.c (select): Use process_tick and update_tick,
	not child_changed.

1990-09-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Fsuspend_emacs): Check screen size after resume.

1990-09-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c: Doc fix.

1990-09-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fsplit_window): Minor cleanup.

1990-09-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c (main) [USG_SHARED_LIBRARIES]: Call brk.

1990-09-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* floatfns.c (float_error_arg): New variable.
	(IN_FLOAT): New arg; sets float_error_arg.  All uses changed.
	(float_error): Use that value when signaling error.

1990-09-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexaix.c, m-ibmr2.h, s-aix3-1.h: New files.

	* ymakefile (allocaobj): New variable.  Used in otherobjs.
	Eliminates assignment of mallocobj using itself.
	(mallocobj): Handle SYSTEM_MALLOC without HAVE_ALLOCA.
	(xemacs): Use -nl option if HAVE_SHM.

	* sysdep.c: Change IBMRTAIX conditionals to AIX.
	Move hft.h to the top.
	[IBMR2AIX]: Use termios.h and change macros accordingly.
	(child_setup_tty): Change IBMRTAIX to AIX.
	(setpgrp_of_tty): Handle IBMR2AIX.
	(init_sys_modes): Handle IBMR2AIX.  Output special things for AIX.
	(reset_sys_modes): Output special things for AIX.
	(hft_init, hft_reset): Conditionals for IBMR2AIX.

	* process.c: Change IBMRTAIX to AIX controlling time.h.
	[AIX]: Include sys/pty.h and unistd.h.
	(wait_reading_process_input): If AIX, handle EBADF differently.
	(create_process): Handle HAVE_SETSID.  Change conditional to AIX.

	* lisp.h (XPNTR): New definition if HAVE_SHM.
	(NULL): Undef before defining.

	* emacs.c (main): If HAVE_SHM, call map_in_data.
	Use AIX, not IBMRTAIX, for signal conditional.
	(Fdump_emacs_data): New function if HAVE_SHM.
	(Fdump_emacs): Don't define if HAVE_SHM.

	* alloc.c (pure, PUREBEG): If HAVE_SHM, define place for a segment.

1990-09-03  Mike Rowan  (mtr@apple-gunkies)

	* sysdep.c: Added setup_pty from 18.56

	* process.c: Merged in 18.55->6 changes.  Same for process.h

	globally replaced:
		   redisplay_preserving_echo_area -> redisplay_preserve_echo_area
		   SetBfp -> set_buffer_internal
		   buffer_flush_undo -> buffer_disable_undo
		   redo_mode_line -> update_mode_line  (window.h)

1990-08-31  Richard Stallman  (

	* data.c (Fmake_local_variable): If var is local when set, make it
	local now in this buffer.

	* data.c (Fstring_to_int): Finish eliminating second arg.

	* data.c (Faset): Require integer as third arg for string.

1990-08-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c: Doc fix.

	* screen.h (SCREEN_SCROLL_BOTTOM_VPOS): New macro.
	* xdisp.c (screen_bottom_vpos): Variable used if just one screen.
	(redisplay, try_window_id): Set that field in screen.
	* dispnew.c (scrolling, update_screen): New arg scroll_bottom_vpos.

	* dispnew.c (scroll_screen_lines): Mark newly empty lines as empty.
	(scrolling): Give up if any line in current_screen not enabled.

1990-08-27  Roland McGrath  (

	* dired.c (Ffile_attributes): Return the device number too (elt 11
	of the returned list).

1990-08-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (wait_for_kbd_input): Frob waiting_for_input here.
	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_read_command_char): Not here.

	* sysdep.c (wait_for_kbd_input): Clear process_ef before snarfing
	process input.

	* fileio.c (Fdirectory_file_name): On VMS, leave space for log name.

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes): Clear process_ef only the first time.

	* vmsfns.c (process_exit): Logic of deletion was wrong.
	(Fspawn_subprocess): Correctly reuse existing struct process_list.

1990-08-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-plexus.h (LD_SWITCH_MACHINE): New macro.

1990-08-22  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@geech)

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Cleaned up #ifdefs prior to event
	reading loop.  Also handle FIOSNBIO.

1990-08-19  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@geech)

	* xterm.c (dumplyphs): Last vestige of MScreenWidth removed.
	* config.h: MScreenWidth, MScreenHeight definitions removed.

1990-08-18  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@geech)

	* scroll.c (do_scrolling): Pass the correct sizes to bcopy.
	* dispnew.c (make_screen_glyphs): Likewise.

1990-08-16  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispnew.c (scroll_screen_lines, free_screen_glyphs): Only deal
	with the X components of screen_glyphs if SCREEN_IS_X.
	free_screen_glyphs now takes screen argument.

	* window.c (Fnext_window, Fprevious_window): Fixed typo.  New
	behaviour: mini non-nil implies all_screens if global mini screen
	exists, implies current screen only if not.
	(Fdisplay_buffer): Simplification of multi-screen code.

1990-08-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c: Doc fix.

1990-08-15  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispnew.c (update_line): Simplification of pixel size code, only
	done if screen is X.
	(update_screen): Only set pixel stuff if screen is X.

1990-08-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-targon31.h (NO_REMAP): Definition removed.
	(SEGMENT_MASK): New macro.

1990-08-14  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* lread.c (eval-region): Don't set opoint to point, etc.
	Fnarrow_to_region from BEGV, not b.
	(eval-buffer): New subr, generalization of eval-current-buffer.
	(eval-current-buffer): Moved to elisp, in simple.el.

	* xfns.c (x_y_pos): Nuked.  Replaced by pixel_to_char_translation
	and notice_mouse_movment (dispnew.c, xterm.c).
	(Fx_point_coordinates): Also nuked.
	(mouse_buffer_offset): New lisp variable.

	* xterm.c (notice_mouse_movement): Use it in call to

	* screen.h: For non-multiscreen, XSCREEN returns selected_screen,

	* xdisp.c (display_mode_line): Set desired_glyphs->bufp to 0 for
	mode line.
	All occurences of struct screen * replaced with SCREEN_PTR.

1990-08-13  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xmenu.c (list_of_items, list_of_panes): Fixed wrong params to

1990-08-12  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispnew.c (pixel_to_char_translation): New algorithm for
	finding y.

	* xfns.c (install_*_scrollbar): No more height, width parameters.
	Don't block input here.
	(x_set_*_scrollbar): Block input here.

	* xterm.c (notice_mouse_motion): Check if the mouse is still in
	the window.
	(encode_mouse_button): Don't bother about motion types.

1990-08-11  Richard Stallman  (

	(LD_SWITCH_MACHINE): Add definitions for Convex V 4.0.

1990-08-11  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_grab_pointer): Call XCreateFontCursor on shape,
	setting new variable grabbed_cursor.  Return Qt if successful,
	Qnil otherwise.
	(Fx_ungrab_pointer): Free grabbed_cursor if non zero.  Return Qnil.

1990-08-10  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (x_figure_window_size): Don't set pixel sizes until
	height and width are determined.

1990-08-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_grab_pointer): New parameter to explicitly ignore
	keyboard events.

	* xterm.c (notice_mouse_movement): Use pixel_to_char_translation
	to get char position and buffer offset.

1990-08-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c [NEED_PTEM_H]: New flag macro says include ptem.h.

1990-08-07  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispextern.h: Element bufp of screen_glyphs no longer dependent
	on X windows.
	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Likewise.

	* xfns.c (Fx_grab_pointer, Fx_ungrab_pointer): New subrs.
	(x_figure_window_size): Set pixel_width and pixel_height of
	screen, using font height and width.

	* xfns.c: Vmouse_grabbed renamed Vmouse_depressed.
	* xterm.c: Likewise.
	(construct_mouse_event): Don't check mouse coordinates;  this is
	done by the notice_mouse_motion.  Don't grab the mouse here.

	* dispnew.c (update_line): Set the pix_width and pix_height of the
	line.  This fashion of doing so is temporary.

1990-08-06  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispextern.h: screen_glyphs struct elements bottom_right_x,
	bottom_right_y changed to pix_width and pix_height.
	* scroll.c: Likewise.
	* dispnew.c: Likewise.
	(update_screen): Set top_left_x, top_left_y for X windows.

	* xterm.h: Macros PIXEL_{WIDTH,HEIGHT} now use the display
	structure elements.

1990-08-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (x_window_to_scrollbar): Return Lisp symbol in parameter
	PART_PTR, rather than string.
	Declare these symbols.
	New variable Vscreen_part, indicates which part of the screen the
	mouse is in.

	* xterm.c (notice_mouse_motion): Do XQueryPointer first thing.
	Set Vmouse_event to Qnil.
	(construct_mouse_event): Don't check if mouse has moved or not.
	When returning cons, part is now already lisp symbol.
	(XTread_socket): Set Vmouse_window = Vscreen_part = Qnil when
	leaving screen, as well as setting x_mouse_x = x_mouse_y = -1.

	* keyboard.c: Vmouse_window, Vmouse_event declared extern and no
	longer DEFVARed: they are already delclared in window.c.

	* screen.c (window_from_coordinates): Use Fnext_window, even if
	MULTI_SCREEN, to obtain the next window.  This is an test.
	Also, new paramater part returns text or modeline symbol.
	(Flocate_window_from_coordinates): Pass &part to
	(coordinates_in_window): Don't say modeline if window_height is 1,
	as this is likely to be the minibuffer.

1990-08-04  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (Fcoordinates_in_window_p): Doc fix.  Simplified.
	(window_from_coordinates): New function.
	(Flocate_window_from_coordinates): Use it.

	* keyboard.c (classify_object): New function for dealing with the
	input object.  New symbol, mouse-motion, called here.
	Call to mouse-motion-handler now takes no parameters.
	(read_key_sequence): Use the new function.  Don't set keybuf[0]
	to 0.

	* xterm.c (init_input_symbols): Create all the Lisp symbols
	returned in the input stream.
	(func_key_syms): New array to hold all symbols for function keys.
	(x_func_key_to_sym): Use this array.
	(notice_mouse_movement): New function for dealing with motion
	(XTread_socket): Use it here.

1990-08-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* callproc.c (child_setup): Report error in chdir.

1990-08-01  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* lisp.h: New macro XFLOATINT.  extract_float declared.
	* floatfns.c (Ffloor): Call floor, not ceil.
	(extract_float): No longer static.
	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): Correctly handle floats in case Beqlsign.

1990-07-31  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): When downcasing letters,
	don't change the value returned in keybuf.
	(This is an experiment; it might be unpleasant in
	things such as C-h c, but it is an improvement
	for M-x global-set-key.)

1990-07-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c: Doc fix.

1990-07-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-iris*.h (SYSTEM_TYPE): Change silicon-graphics-unix to irix.

1990-07-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* indent.c (Fmove_to_column): End-test was off by 1.

	* abbrev.c (Fexpand_abbrev): Return nil if alloca arg would be neg.

1990-07-26  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): String to rope copy for inserting
	arrow text.

1990-07-25  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xdisp.c (display_mode_line): Check that the name has actually
	changed before calling x_set_name.

	* ralloc.c (check_memory_limits): New function.
	Also check if new memory will be larger than elisp pointer.
	(r_alloc_sbrk): Call this function.
	(relocate_blocs_upward, relocate_blocs_downward): Eliminated.
	(r_alloc_sbrk): Use relocate_some_blocs instead of the eliminated

	* vm-limit.c (morecore_with_warning): Check if new memory larger
	than elisp pointer size.

1990-07-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (save_getcjmp, restore_getcjmp): New functions.
	(read_char): Use them around Fdo_auto_save.
	* process.c (read_process_output, exec_sentinel): Use them.
	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): Run auto-save-hook.

1990-07-24  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispnew.c (safe_bcopy): No longer static.

	* ralloc.c (relocate_blocs_upward, relocate_blocs_downward):
	Use safe_bcopy.

	* mem_limits.c: typedef SIZE.

1990-07-19  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Initialize how_much when exiting
	main loop.

	* m/m-mips.h: Added stuff from the 18.56 version.

1990-07-18  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* indent.c (Fmove_to_column): Set end to ZV.

1990-07-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (init_editfns): Let envvar NAME override full name.

	* buffer.c (list_buffers_1): Avoid error with list-buffers-directory.

1990-07-17  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* buffer.c (list_buffers_1): Don't check list-buffers-directory.

1990-07-16  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): Don't print ellipsis if they're
	off the left edge.

1990-07-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-386-ix.h: Define BROKEN_TIOCGETC.

1990-07-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-pmax.h: Undef LD_SWITCH_MACHINE, change DATA_START

1990-07-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-iris3-6.h (HAVE_GETWD): Define this.
	(KERNEL_FILE): Change to /unix.
	(sigsetmask, sigblock, NEED_ERRNO, C_SWITCH_MACHINE): Turn off.
	(SIGIO): Don't undefine it.
	(LIBS_MACHINE): Remove -lbsd.

	* minibuf.c (Fall_completions, do_completion): Treat nil as alist.
	(Ftry_completion): Likewise.

1990-07-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c: Undefine TIOCGETC if BROKEN_TIOCGETC defined.
	* s-usg5-3.h, s-xenix.h: Define BROKEN_TIOCGETC.

1990-06-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (Fopen_network_connection): Minor cleanup.

1990-06-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-sun3.h: Add comments for dealing with 68881.

1990-06-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-ibmps2-aix.h [__GNUC__]: Define LIB_STANDARD and C_DEBUG_SWITCH,
	and don't define LIBS_MACHINE.
	(HAVE_WAIT_HEADER): Define this.
	Also reordered definitions so recently added ones are together.

1990-06-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* insdel.c (insert): Error if buffer would get too long.
	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Likewise.

1990-06-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* syntax.c (scan_sexps_forward): Allow Squote inside symbols.

1990-06-16  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@geech)

	* window.c (Fscroll_other_window): Don't unbind_to.  Keep track of
	current_buffer and point explicitly.

1990-06-15  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* term.c (cursor_to): Only add chars_wasted if not calling hook.
	(clear_end_of_line_raw): Likewise.
	(clear_end_of_line): Check that screen is termcap before using
	(ins_del_lines): Eliminated local copybuf[].
	(calculate_ins_del_char_costs): Now has screen parameter.
	DCICcost: Change to char_ins_del_costs and defined with
	SCREEN_WIDTH (screen).
	DC_ICcost: Changed to char_ins_del_vector.
	* term.h: DCICcost no longer defined here.  DC_ICcost no longer
	declared here.
	* dispnew.c: char_ins_del_cost defined here.  char_ins_del_vector
	declared extern here.

1990-06-14  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	Globally replaced screen_width with macro
	SCREEN_WIDTH (selected_screen).
	* dispnew.c (init_display): Don't set SCREEN_WIDTH, etc. from
	(change_window_size): No longer check output_type and set

1990-06-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* indent.c (Findent_to): Don't fail to return value.
	(Fmove_to_column, Fcurrent_column): Doc fixes.

1990-06-06  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (echo_prompt): Now uses glyphs.
	echobuf, echobuf_ptr: These variables now glyphs.

1990-06-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): Use glyphs_to_str_copy to set
	* alloc.c (Fgarbage_collect): Ditto.

	* xdisp.c (message): message_buf set here, realloced if smaller
	than screen width.
	message_buf now type GLYF *.  New variable message_buf_size holds
	its size.
	Use temp_buf for call to doprnt, then use str_to_glyph_cpy to set

	* print.c (printchar, strout): Use message_buf_size.  Convert to
	glyfs before assigning chars.
	(str_to_glyph_cpy, str_to_glyph_ncpy)
	(glyph_to_str_cpy, glyph_to_str_ncpy): New functions.

1990-06-03  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Clear this_command_key_count here.
	(Fread_key_sequence): And here.
	(read_key_sequence): Not here.

	* dispnew.c (update_screen):
	Add missing else in handling cursor_in_echo_area.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): Eliminate lpoint.  Alter opoint
	if point should be changed permanently in the selected window.

	* window.c (unshow_buffer): Don't set pt in selected window's buffer.

	* xdisp.c (decode_mode_spec): Don't truncate buffer or file name.

	* editfns.c (Finsert_buffer_substring): Don't fail to set beg, end.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_level): New variable.
	Used in place of RecurseDepth, but different meaning.
	(recursive_edit_1): New function.
	(Frecursive_edit): Call it.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Call recursive_edit_1.
	* xdisp.c (RecurseDepth): Variable deleted.
	display_minibuffer_message renamed echo_area_display.

	* print.c: Include dispextern.h.
	(printchar, strout): Use message_buf.

	* scroll.c (CalcIDCosts): Dynamically allocate ILcost, etc.
	(ILcost, DLcost, ILncost, DLncost): Now pointers.
	(do_scrolling): Use alloca for queue.

	* term.c (term_init): selected_screen as arg to calculate_costs.
	Dynamically allocate chars_wasted, copybuf, DC_ICcost.
	Set RPov based on actual width.
	(chars_wasted, copybuf, DC_ICcost): Now pointers.

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): Don't set dont_calculate_costs anymore.

1990-06-02  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* term.c (calculate_ins_del_char_costs, string_cost_one_line):
	Made static.

	* dispnew.c: Declare scrolling_1;

	* scroll.c (CalcIDCosts, CalcIDCosts1, CalcLID): Renamed
	calculate_ins_del_char_costs, ins_del_costs, and line_ins_del.
	CalcIDCosts1 and CalcLID also renamed.
	(calculate_scrolling): Now void.

	* Global renaming: bf_modified -> MODIFF.  CharAt -> CHAR_AT_POSITION.
	BufferSafe{Floor,Ceiling} -> BUFFER_{FLOOR,CEILING}_OF.
	SetPoint -> SET_PT.

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): Don't CalcIDCosts here anymore.

1990-06-01  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* print.c: Include dispextern.h.
	(printchar, strout): Use message_buf.

	* sysdep.c (get_screen_size): Don't use MscreenWidth, MscreenLenght.
	* term.c: Likewise.

	* scroll.c (CalcIDCosts, CalcIDCosts1, CalcLID): These now take a
	screen argument.
	(CalcIDCosts): Dynamically allocate ILcost, etc.
	(ILcost, DLcost, ILncost, DLncost): Now pointers.
	(do_scrolling): Use alloca for queue.

	* dispnew.c (remake_screen_structures): Allocate message_buf.
	Don't use MscreenWidth, MscreenLenght.

	* xdisp.c: bf_cur replaced with current_buffer.
	Calls to SetBfx deleted.
	message_buf is now char *.
	(message): Use SCREEN_WIDTH macro as limit for doprnt.

	* indent.c (current_column): Detect special case when point == BEGV.

	* buffer.h (struct buffer_text): Component modified renamed to
	modiff. All refs changed to macros below.
	(MODIFF, BUF_MODIFF): New macros.
	Macro SetBfx removed.
	Macro SetPoint renamed SET_PT.

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Simplified.

1990-06-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* dired.c: Doc fix.

1990-05-31  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* search.c (Fsearch_forward): Docstring fix.

1990-05-31  Richard Stallman  (

	* dired.c: Comment added.

1990-05-31  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* process.c (Fprocess_connection): Return the type of a process
	(syms_of_process): Initialize pty_process and stream_process.
	Declare Fprocess_type.
	* process.h  New element type to struct Lisp_Process.

	* syntax.c (scan_sexps_forward): Initialize curlevel->last to -1.

1990-05-28  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Use new variable how_much to
	hold read result.

1990-05-24  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* lread.c (read_char_exclusive): New subr.

1990-05-24  David Lawrence  (

	* fileio.c (file_executable_p): New function.

1990-05-23  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* insdel.c (make_gap): Only set BEG_ADDR if BUFFER_REALLOC was

	* editfns.c (syms_of_editfns): DEFVAR the new variables.

	* eval.c (Finteractive_p): Don't skip the first frame if the
	function was compiled.

	* print.c (print): Use ... only for conses, and instead of normal

1990-05-22  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* Renamed meta_flag meta_key.

	* termopts.h: Comment changes.

1990-05-20  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* buffer.h: upcase_table and downcase_table are now Lisp_Objects.
	* alloc.c (mark_object, gc_sweep): Related changes.
	* casetab.c: Ditto.

1990-05-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* minibuf.c (Fall_completions): Protect STRING from gc.
	Copy ALIST to TAIL to protect it.

	* paths.h-dist: Doc fix.

1990-05-17  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* search.c (Flooking_at, search_buffer): Use new accessors.
	* indent.c (Fcurrent_column): Likewise.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Likewise.
	* regex.c (re_match_2): Use PTR_CHAR_POS.
	* editfns.c (Fbuffer_size, Fnarrow_to_region, Fbuffer_substring):
	(Fbuffer_string, Finsert_buffer_substring): Likewise.
	(save_restriction_restore): Likewise.
	* dispnew.c (direct_output_for_insert): Likewise.
	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region, Finsert_file_contents): Likewise.
	(Fdo_auto_save): Likewise.
	* insdel.c (move_gap, gap_left, gap_right, make_gap): Likewise.
	(InsCStr, del_range, modify_region): Likewise.
	* process.c (Fprocess_send_region): Likewise.
	* xdisp.c (try_window, try_window_id, display_text_line): Likewise.
	(redisplay): Likewise.
	* buffer.c (list_buffers_1): Likewise.
	* marker.c (marker_position, Fset_marker, set_marker_restricted):
	(Fmarker_position): Likewise.
	* window.c (unshow_buffer, Fset_window_configuration): Likewise.
	(Fset_window_buffer): Likewise.

	* editfns.c (save_restriction_restore): Use a macro to alter point.

	* lread.c (readchar): Use new accessors, and avoid knowing about
	the text field of a buffer.
	* window.c (Fpos_visible_in_window_p): Likewise.

	* buffer.h (struct buffer): Make the syntax table a Lisp object.
	* alloc.c (mark_buffer): No need to treat it specially.
	* syntax.c (Fsyntax_table, Fset_syntax_table, Fdescribe_syntax):
	(Fmodify_syntax_entry): Adjust for this change.
	* buffer.c (reset_buffer_local_variables): Need not be special.
	(init_buffer_once): Make this slot a defaulted local variable.
	* syntax.h: Adjust macros for this change.
	(Vstandard_syntax_table): Define as macro, in buffer_defaults.
	* syntax.c (syms_of_syntax): Don't staticpro it here.
	(Fset_syntax_table): Set the flag in local_var_flags.

	* buffer.h (struct text): Represent the buffer dimensions
	with new slots, memory, begv, pt, gpt, zv, z and gap_size.
	(BEGV, etc.): Use new slots.
	(CharAt): Likewise.
	(BufferSafeCeiling, BufferSafeFloor): Use new slots; fix old bugs.
	(bf_p1, bf_s1, etc.): Old macros deleted.

	* buffer.c (Fget_buffer_create): Set up memory and new slots.
	(Fkill_buffer): Likewise.

	* insdel.c (move_gap, gap_left, gap_right, make_gap): Update new slots.
	(del_range, InsCStr): Likewise.
	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Likewise.
	* window.c (temp_output_buffer_show): Likewise.
	* xdisp.c (decode_mode_spec, try_window_id): Likewise.

	* insdel.c (make_gap): Complete rewrite.  Arg is amount of new gap
	to create.  All calls changed.
	(gap_left): New argument NEWGAP.

	* buffer.c (Fset_buffer): Check for deleted buffer.
	(SetBfp): Don't check.
	(SetBfp, Frename_buffer): Local cleanups.
	* print.c (PRINTPREPARE): Use Fset_buffer.

	* buffer.c (SetBfp): Don't bother with selected window or its point.
	* window.c (Fselect_window): Always set pointm of old window.

	* editfns.c: Eliminate all use of DEFSIMPLE and DEFPRED.
	* indent.c, keyboard.c: Ditto.

	* search.c (skip_chars): Eliminate PointLeft and PointRight.
	* cmds.c (SelfInsert): Likewise.

1990-05-16  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xdisp.c (try_window): No return value.
	Fix calls to try_window.
	* Global variable RedoModes is now redraw_mode_line.

1990-05-13  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keymap.c (Fdefine_key, Flookup_key): Local cleanups.

	* sysdep.c (sys_suspend): Use save_signal_handlers and
	restore_signal_handlers to save and restore signal state.

	* indent.c (Findent_to): Merge guts of indentation into here.
	(position_indentation): Scan with a pointer, for speed.

	* casefiddle.c (operate_on_word): Just return the other end.
	(Fupcase_word, Fdowncase_word, Fcapitalize_word):
	Pass that value to casify_region.

	* editfns.c (init_editfns): Store system and user names as
	strings to avoid arbitrary limits.

	* keymap.c (describe_vector, describe_alist): Make elt_prefix
	and elt_describer responsible for indentation and newlines.
	Local cleanups.
	(describe_command): Do indentation and newline.
	(describe_map): Add space to end of prefix.
	* syntax.c (describe_syntax): Do indentation and newline.

1990-05-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (create_process) [not USG]: Put subproc in pgrp 0.

1990-05-10  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispextern.h: New struct screen_glyfs replaces struct
	* screen.c: New screen elements current_glyfs, desired_glyfs, and
	* dispnew.c (make_screen_glyfs, free_screen_glyfs):
	(remake_screen_glyfs): New functions.
	(make_display_lines, new_display_line, return_display_line):
	Functions deleted.
	(change_screen_size, init_display): Use the new functions.
	(cancel_line, clear_screen_records, get_display_line):
	Rewritten for new data structures.  get_display_line no longer
	returns anything.
	(preserve_other_columns, preserve_my_columns): Likewise.
	(cancel_my_columns, direct_output*): Likewise.
	(update_screen, update_line, quit_error_check, scrolling): Likewise.
	(scroll_screen_lines): Likewise.
	(rotate_vector, safe_bcopy): New subroutines.
	(line_hash_code, line_draw_cost): Cleaned up.
	Args are different, and hash computation too.
	(update_screen): Rearrange buffer-emptying code.
	* xdisp.c (display_minibuf_message, redisplay): Rewritten for new
	(display_text_line, display_mode_line): Likewise.
	(display_mode_element, display_string): Likewise.
	(decode_mode_spec): Local cleanups.
	* scroll.c (do_scrolling): Rewritten for new data structures.
	* xterm.c (XTflash): Use this new structure.

	* editfns.c (in_accessible_range): New function.
	(Fgoto_char, save_restriction_restore): Use it.
	(save_excursion_save, Fcurrent_time_string): Local cleanups.

	* process.c (Fprocess_kill_without_query): New arg; new return value.
	(count_active_processes): Function deleted.

	* fileio.c (Finsert_file, Fwrite_region): Local cleanups.

	* fns.c (Fsubstring): Local cleanup.

	* keyboard.c (echo_prompt, echo_char, echo_dash, echo): New functions.
	(cancel_echoing): Likewise.
	(immediate_echo, echoptr): New variables.
	(command_loop_1, request_echo, get_char, read_key_sequence):
	(set_waiting_for_input, interrupt_signal): Related changes.
	(get_char): No more declaration of request_echo. Local cleanups.

	(this_command_key...): New variables.
	(Fexecute_extended_command, Fthis_command_keys): Related changes.
	(init_keyboard, get_char): Likewise.

	* macros.c (Fstart_kbd_macro): Local cleanup.

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): No more delcaration of

	* search.c (Fregexp_quote): Simplified.

1990-05-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* process.c (Fopen_network_stream): Also handle numeric inet addresses.

1990-05-06  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* alloca.c: #ifdef __STDC__ rather than X3J11/

1990-05-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fmake_symbolic_link): Delete old file if permitted.

1990-05-02  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* data.c (Fstring_to_int): Delete disabled feature
	of accepting `yes' and `no'.

	* xdisp.c (redisplay, redisplay_preserving_echo_area):
	Two functions replace DoDsp.  All callers changed.
	(redisplay, redisplay_window): Eliminate `inhibit_hairy_id'.
	(redisplay_window): No return value.  Local cleanups.

	* alloc.c (Fmake_marker): Delete `modified' field.
	* insdel.c (adjust_markers): Likewise.

	* abbrev.c (Fdefine_mode_abbrev): Clean up error message.

1990-05-01  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_draw_rectangle, Fx_erase_rectangle): Simplified.

	* xterm.c (x_display_cursor): Don't check s->phys_x when drawing

	* undo.c: New version.
	* undo.h: No longer exists.
	* alloc.c (Fgarbage_collect): Call truncate_undo_list.
	(syms_of_alloc): Define vars undo-threshold and undo-high-threshold.
	* buffer.c (Fget_buffer_create): Set undo_list to t or nil.
	(Fbuffer_disable_undo, Fbuffer_enable_undo): Likewise.
	(Fkill_buffer): Likewise.
	(init_buffer_once): Set up local variable buffer-undo-list.
	(syms_of_buffer): Likewise.
	* buffer.h: New element undo_list in struct buffer.
	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Store nil in undo_list.

	* buffer.c: Variable bf_text deleted.
	(Fkill_buffer, SetBfp): Delete code that worked with it.
	(SetBfx): Now a macro in buffer.h
	* editfns.c (Fwiden, Fnarrow_to_region): Related changes.
	(save_restriction_save, save_restriction_restore): Likewise.
	(Finsert_buffer_substring): Likewise.
	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): Likewise.
	* insdel.c (make_gap): Likewise.
	* lread.c (readchar): Likewise.
	* marker.c (Fmarker_position, marker_position): Likewise.
	(Fset_marker): Likewise.
	* xdisp.c (DoDsp): Likewise.

1990-04-30  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* buffer.h: New macro R_ALLOC_SET_BUFFER for declaring all the
	text pointers of a buffer to the relocating allocator.
	* buffer.c (Fbury_buffer, SetBfx, SetBfp): Use the macro.
	* editfns.c (Finsert_buffer_substring): Ditto.
	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): Ditto.
	* insdel.c (make_gap): Ditto.
	* xfns.c (adjust_scrollbars): Don't set bf_cur->text.

1990-04-26  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* minibuf.c: Declare active_screen struct screen *, not
	Lisp_Screen *.

1990-04-19  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (XTupdate_end): Only x_display_cursor if s is x_input_screen.

1990-04-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): If a C-g comes in and does not quit, quit by hand.

	* buffer.c (Frename_buffer): Allow renaming to same name it has.

1990-04-19  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_open_connection): Attach xrdb to x_current_display.

1990-04-17  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (dumpborder): Now only used for X10.
	(highlight, unhighlight): New functions for X11.

1990-04-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* cm.c (Wcm_init): Return -2 if screen size not specified.
	* term.c (term_init): Special error message for that case.

1990-04-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-sunos4.h, s-sunos4shr.h (SYSTEM_MALLOC): Define it.

1990-04-15  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_resource): Concatenate invocation_name before
	the resource tag.
	(Fx_create_screen): Use the latest resource id's.

1990-04-13  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_resource): New subr.
	(Fx_open_connection): Call x_load_resources.  New parameter
	* xrdb.c: New file for doing resource manager stuff.

	* xscrollbar.h: New file for scrollbar bitmaps.

	* xselect.h: New file for the X selection stuff.

	* ymakefile: Take note of these new files.

1990-04-10  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): Use MAXPATHLEN.

1990-04-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c (list_buffers_1): Get filename from list-buffers-directory.

1990-04-06  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (coordinates_in_window): Return -1 if in modeline of window.
	(Fcoordinates_in_window_p): Return Qt if in modeline of window.
	(Flocate_window_from_coordinates): Use next_screen_window if
	MULTI_WINDOW is defined.

1990-04-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_event): Deal with the motion events
	first.  Only grab the mouse when in the scrollbar.

1990-04-04  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (coordinates_in_window): Include mode line as part of

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Initialize nbytes to 0.
	(x_display_cursor): Don't draw if screen not selected.

	* xdisp.c (DoDsp): Additional checks for screen being visible.

1990-04-03  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* editfns.c (Fmessage): If there is a global minibuffer screen,
	raise it before displaying the message.

	* window.c (window_loop): Parameter SCREENS now affects which
	screen is scanned for windows.  All subrs calling window_loop must
	pass a Lisp_Object here now.

1990-04-01  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* window.c (window_loop): Additional parameter mini to control
	minibuffer selection or not.
	(Freplace_buffer_in_windows): Use that parameter.

1990-03-29  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (Fselect_screen): Raise the selected screen.

	* window.c (Fget_buffer_window):
	(Fget_lru_window): New parameter all_screens.
	(Fdisplay_buffer): Use the new param in Fget_lru_window,
	Fget_buffer_window, and	Fget_largest_window.
	(Fscroll_other_window): Use new param in Fget_buffer_window.
	* buffer.c (Fother_buffer): Ditto.

	* xterm.c (x_display_cursor): Always draw the cursor if ON is
	true.  Don't check if the screen S is selected or equal to

	* xfns.c (Fx_track_pointer): Don't turn off cursor, just call

1990-03-28  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* data.c (Fmake_local_variable): Give the variable value nil if

	* window.c (Fnext_window, Fprevious_window): For MULTI_SCREEN,
	check if Vglobal_minibuffer_screen is non-nil and maybe call

	* screen.c (Fscreen_selected_window):
	(Fscreen_root_window): If screen is nil, use selected-screen.

1990-03-27  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): SET_SCREEN_GARBAGED which returning
	symbol which causes DoDsp to be invoked.
	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Don't SET_SCREEN_GARBAGED here.

	* screen.h: New macro SET_SCREEN_GARBAGED.

	* xfns.c:
	* window.c:
	* sysdep.c:
	* keyboard.c:
	* dispnew.c: Use the new macro.

1990-03-25  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_own_selection): Only take one argument, string.

1990-03-24  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (select_visual): Catch bullshit machines whose hardware
	doesn't support the X server pixel depth by looking at colormap_size.
	(x_decode_color): Use x_screen_planes to check for color.

1990-03-23  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_display_cursor): Try using vertical bar cursor.
	(clear_cursor): Call x_display_cursor for X11.

	* xfns.c: Zotzed Vx_pointer_mask.
	(Fx_track_pointer): Call x_display_cursor if we just
	wasted the cursor.  Break out of loop if no display line.
	Use mode line cursor if we're there.
	(x_y_pos): New function.
	(x_set_font): Dont' set x_font_{width,height}, they are gone.

1990-03-22  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_track_pointer): Check that s == selected_screen each
	time through loop.  If event is nil, read mouse position.

	* keyboard.c (get_char): DoDsp only if selected_screen visible.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Mark screen as visible only on expose

	* emacs.c (main): Check here for "-d" option and set display_arg.
	* dispnew.c (init_display): Set Vwindow_system, etc. if display_arg.

1990-03-21  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Don't DoDsp if the screen was
	just unmapped.
	(command_loop_1): Call the mouse motion handler before calling
	(interrupt_signal): Fixed typo checking screen type.

	* xfns.c (Fx_track_mouse): Don't crash because of null display
	line.  Don't set obj til call to get_char.

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): Disable SIGWINCH here.

	* fns.c (Fmember): New subr.

	* dispnew.c (init_display): Don't check env variable DISPLAY to
	set Vwindow_system.  Now done in startup.el.

	* emacs.c: Removed variables xargc, xargv.

1990-03-20  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_track_pointer): Go faster.

	* screen.h: New macro SCREENP.

	* window.c (Fminibuffer_window): Rewritten.

1990-03-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (perror): Control with HAVE_PERROR as well as HPUX.
	* s-hpux.h (HAVE_PERROR): Define it.

1990-03-19  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Restructured handling of X event
	(read_key_sequence): Handle new `unmapped-screen' symbol with new

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Return unmapped-screen symbol if the
	window for UnmapNotify events.

	* lread.c (Feval_region): GCPRO opoint.

1990-03-16  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Call mouse-motion handler with
	argument.  Also, don't call undo-boundary.

	* process.c (create_process): Set the process group for BSD at
	the same time as for USG.

1990-03-14  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_new_selected_screen): Set x_input_screen here.

1990-03-11  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c: Vx_mouse_grabbed now Vmouse_grabbed.
	(XTread_socket): Generate exited-window symbols on LeaveNotify
	even if screen is focused.

	* xfns.c: Vx_mouse_grabbed now Vmouse_grabbed.
	(outline_region): Now static.
	(Fx_track_pointer): Check x_mouse_screen == s in loop.

1990-03-10  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (encode_mouse_button): Correctly get the button from
	Motion events.

	* xfns.c (x11_encode_mouse_button): Nuked.
	(encode_mouse_button, Fx_mouse_events, Fx_get_mouse_event): #if 0'd.

	* keyboard.c (get_char): Re-set obj if we've keyboard-translated c.

1990-03-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_focus_screen): No longer static.
	(x_error_handler): Use XDefaultIOError.

	* screen.c (Ffocus_screen): New subr, removed Fscreen_has_focus.
	(Fselect_screen): New, optional parameter no_enter.
	(Fdelete_screen): Pass second parm Qnil to Fselect_screen.

	* window.c (Fdisplay_buffer, Fset_window_configuration): Pass
	second parm Qnil to Fselect_screen.

1990-03-07  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (Fscreen_has_focus): New subr.
	(Fselect_screen): Use x_focus_on_screen to physically select the

1990-03-06  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_position): Moved to xterm.c.

	* fileio.c (Fremove_directory): New subr.

	* screen.c (Frelease_focused_screen): Just call x_unfocus_screen.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): On FocusOut, if s isn't mouse screen,
	return exited-window.  On LeaveNotify, simplify if expression for
	dumpborder.  Reworked FocusIn/FocusOut events.
	(x_unfocus_screen): Check that screen is x_focus_screen.
	(x_set_mouse_position): Moved from xfns.c.  Use new macro
	* xterm.h: New macro XWarpPointer.

	* buffer.c: Replaced Fbuffer_flush_undo with
	* process.c: Ditto.

1990-03-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (XTupdate_end): Use parameter s rather than
	(XTread_socket): On EnterNotify, don't check s != focus_screen
	before selecting.  On Focus In/Out don't set/reset mouse_screen.

1990-03-04  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* eval.c: If using X windows, include xterm.h.
	(error): TOTALLY_UNBLOCK_INPUT if using X.

	* xterm.h (BLOCK_INPUT, UNBLOCK_INPUT): No signal stuff, just inc
	and decrement x_input_blocked.

	* xfns.c (adjust_scrollbars): Don't BLOCK_INPUT.
	(x_set_font): Check result of x_new_font.  Call error if nonzero.
	(x_set_icon_type): Check result of x_*_icon, maybe call error.

	* screen.c (Fdeiconify_screen): Use x_make_screen_visible rather
	than x_deiconify_screen.  Return screen.
	(Fmake_screen_visible): Don't raise it here.  Return screen.

	* xterm.c (XTwrite_glyfs): Don't show cursor if screen is
	(x_new_selected_screen): Do dumpborder and check auto-raise here,
	rather than XEvent switch.
	(x_deiconify_screen): No longer exists.
	(x_do_pending_expose, x_clear_cursor):
	(x_invert_screen, scraplines, stufflines, x_bitmap_icon):
	(x_text_icon, x_new_font): Don't BLOCK_INPUT.
	(XTins_del_lines): BLOCK_INPUT here.
	(XTupdate_end): Don't turn on cursor if minibuffer-screen.
	(XTread_socket): On MotionNotify, just that screen is selected before
	(XTtopos): If updating_screen, just set x and y, don't flush.
	(x_new_font): Return 1 if failed, don't call error.
	(x_make_screen_visible): Raise the screen as well.

1990-03-02  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (Frelease_focused_screen): Just check that screen is

1990-02-28  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (Fselect_screen_focused, Frelease_focused_screen): New
	* xterm.c (x_focus_on_screen, x_unfocus_screen): New procedures
	to implement focusing.

1990-02-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* casefiddle.c: Doc fix.

1990-02-28  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.h: Redefined BLOCK_INPUT and UNBLOCK_INPUT to use sigblock
	and sigsetmask if available.
	* xterm.c: Declare BLOCK_INPUT_mask if have SIGIO and FIONREAD.

1990-02-27  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* minibuf.c (Fread_from_minibuffer): Initialize pos to 0.

1990-02-25  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Handle mapped-screen event
	symbol by calling new hook Vmap_screen_hook.

	* xterm.c (x_make_screen_invisible): Use the new Xlib function
	(x_iconify_screen): Use the new Xlib function XIconifyWindow.
	(XTread_socket): Return mapped-screen symbol to signal
	mapped-screen events.

1990-02-23  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Check the character for width 1
	before doing direct_output_forward, as well as the cursor position
	on the screen.

	* xdisp.c (DoDsp): Use redisplay_windows rather than
	redisplay_all_windows, which was removed.

1990-02-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexencap.c: New file, waiting for papers.

1990-02-22  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c: Removed much debugging stuff.
	* xterm.c: Removed much debugging stuff.
	(x_error_handler): For X11, if caught BadAlloc error while
	converting selection (note new variable x_converting_selection),
	just set new variable x_selection_alloc_error.

	* xfns.c: Massive changes for crufty selection processing details.
	New X atoms: Xatom_clipboard, Xatom_delete, Xatom_insert_selection,
	Xatom_insert_property, Xatom_pair.

1990-02-21  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_char): Check NULL objects.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Correctly advance bufp for all KeyPress

1990-02-20  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_char): Use KBD_BUFFER_SIZE rather
	than sizeof kbd_buffer.
	(read_key_sequence): Upon redraw-display symbol, set

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): On EnterNotify events, make sure to
	return mouse event for both scrollbars and windows.

1990-02-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* casefiddle.c (casify_region): Move the new statement.

1990-02-19  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* casefiddle.c (casify_region): Return if beginning and end same.

1990-02-18  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_char): Use KBD_BUFFER_SIZE rather
	than sizeof kbd_buffer.

	* fns.c (Fy_or_n_p): Only accept ints from get_char.

1990-02-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* minibuf.c (Fread_from_minibuffer): New arg POSITION.

	* unexsunos4.c: New file.  Waiting for papers.
	* s-sunos4shr.h: New file.

	* emacs.c (main) [RUN_TIME_REMAP]: Call run_time_remap.

	* ymakefile (LD): Let config file override with LD_CMD.

1990-02-14  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (read_avail_input): Pass read_socket_hook
	KBD_BUFFER_SIZE rather than doing sizeof (buf).

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Set event.type = MotionNotify when
	entering screen or scrollbar to fake motion event.

1990-02-13  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* window.c (next_screen, prev_screen): Moved to screen.c.
	(Fnext_window): If mini non-nil, count the separate minibuffer
	* screen.c (Fnext_screen): New subr.

1990-02-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line, try_window, try_window_id, DoDsp):
	Don't display overlay arrow on more than one line in a window.

1990-02-12  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* doprnt.c (doprnt): Expand size of tembuf to 512.

1990-02-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* minibuf.c (Fread_no_blanks_input): Make second arg optional.

1990-02-09  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* keyboard.c (get_char): Remember to set obj when executing macro.
	(read_key_sequence): Handle the exited-scrollbar symbol.
	Compare obj, not read_key_sequence_cmd.

	* xterm.c (x_make_screen_visible, x_deiconify_screen): Check
	window-manager variable.
	(x_make_screen_invisible, x_iconify_screen): Don't use new R4
	calls (they crash), do it ourselves.
	(XTread_socket): Return exited-scrollbar symbol when doing so.

1990-02-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_event): Rewritten to do mouse-motion
	compression.  All mouse processing now done here.
	Also, just use nil and t for x-mouse-grabbed.  Record buttons
	pressed in new variable x_mouse_grabbed.  XGrabPointer on button
	* xfns.c (Fx_horizontal_line): Use x_mouse_grabbed.

1990-02-07  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xdisp.c (DoDsp): If only updating selected screen, but there is
	a minibuffer screen, update it as well.

1990-02-06  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_pixel_width, Fx_pixel_height): New subrs.
	* xterm.h: New components pixel_width, pixel_height, to x_display.
	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): On configure notify, set these components.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Select the screen of the
	root window if it's not the selected_screen.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Remove all the screen selection stuff,
	now that this is integrated in Fset_window_configuration.

1990-02-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.h: Declare Vglobal_minibuffer_screen.
	* xdisp.c (DoDsp): Set all_windows if using global-minibuffer-screen.

1990-02-03  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@geech)

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Make sure to set
	window->next to nil for a minibuffer-only screen.

	* screen.c (make_minibuffer_screen): Set mini_window->next nil.

1990-02-01  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (make_screen): Set wants_modeline elt to 1.

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Use screen->root_window
	as arg to delete_all_subwindows rather than minibuf_window->prev.

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Don't unwind with
	Frestore_screen_configuration.  Save selected_screen if different
	than minibuf screen, and re-select it after reading minibuf.
	* screen.c: #if 0 Fscreen_configuration,

1990-02-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-ibmps2-aix.h: Undef NEED_SIOCTL.
	(SIGN_EXTEND_CHAR): Cast to `signed char'.

1990-01-28  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_track_pointer): Rewrote this to loop while there are
	mouse events.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Return left-window-event symbol upon
	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Handle this symbol.

1990-01-27  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_display_cursor): Use dumpglyfs with SPACEGLYF for
	cursor, as `XFillRectaogle's kill HP-BSD server.

	* xterm.h: Added nontext_cursor, modeline_cursor to x_display
	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_color, Fx_track_pointer): Changes to use

1990-01-25  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.h: Changed the face structure for X11 to handle GCs and

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Return a motion event when mouse enters
	scrollbar or window.
	(x_make_screen_invisible): Use the new X11R4 function XWithdrawWindow.
	(x_iconify_screen): Use the X11R4 function XIconfifyWindow.
	(dumpglyfs): Use the new face structure.

	* xfns.c (install_vertical_scrollbar, install_horizontal_scrollbar):
	Accept EnterNotify events.  Use XMapSubwindows rather than mapping
	each one.
	(Fx_set_face_font): New subr for X11 to set face GC.

1990-01-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (direct_output_for_insert): Give up if buf in 2 windows.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1):
	Dumb bugs disabled special fast display for character motion.

	* xdisp.c (DoDsp): For cursor motion within line,
	hpos result from compute_motion is relative to window.

1990-01-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (Fmacroexpand): Handle explicit macros ((macro ...) ...).

1990-01-18  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* undo.c (Fundo_more): Fixed typo.

1990-01-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): When checking HPOS for continuation
	line, compensate for w->left.

1990-01-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c [no FIONREAD]: Undefine SIGIO.

	* buffer.c (SetBfp): Use XTYPE to test for no selected window yet.

	* editfns.c, dispnew.c, fileio.c, process.c, sysdep.c, xterm.c:
	Uniformly let NEED_TIME_H control use of time.h instead of sys/time.h.


1990-01-15  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_color): Set non-text pointer shape with new
	variable Vx_nontext_pointer_shape.

	* keyboard.c: More checks for evil bug which trashes kbd_*_ptr.

	* m/hp300bsd.h: Try using BSD load average stuff.

1990-01-11  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (x_draw_pixmap): New routine.

1990-01-10  Jim Kingdon  (kingdon@pogo)

	* m/hp300bsd.h: New file

1990-01-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_window_id): New subr.

	* screen.c (make_screen): Set wants_modeline elt to mini_p.
	If mini_p 0, then set root_window->next to nil.

1990-01-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Fchar_after): Set N after coercing marker.

1990-01-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c (Fkill_all_local_variables): Force mode line update.

1990-01-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* insdel.c: Declare Vfirst_change_function.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Function keys are now lisp symbols.
	(kbd_buffer_store_char): Abort if store pointer past
	buffer.  Temproarry; This shouldn't be able to happen.
	(read_key_sequence): #ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS code
	which handles complex objects.
	(command_loop_1): Check not termcap screen before
	processing non-char input.
	(kbd_{store,fetch}_char): More debugging checks.

	* screen.c (make_screen): Set root_window height to 9 if mini_p.
	(make_minibuffer_screen): Set the mini window's next,
	prev, and screen elements.

	* xterm.c (x_func_key_to_sym): New function, uses new variable
	(XTread_socket): Use this in KeyPress event for function keys.
	(XTflash): Draw solid rectangle in middle of screen.
	(x_set_offset): Set the size hints as well when doing
	(XTflash): Just dumpglyfs instead of redrawing the
	screen after flashing the rectangle.

	* lread.c (syms_of_lread): defsubr Fread_event.

1990-01-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.h, buffer.c (Vfirst_change_function): New Lisp variable.
	* insdel.c (signal_before_change): Call that function.

	* keyboard.c (cmd_error): Don't crash if TAIL is nil.

1989-12-31  Richard Stallman  (

	* minibuf.c: Doc fixes.

1989-12-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (create_process): Unhold SIGCHLD in the child.

1989-12-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (create_process): Treat HPUX like BSD for sigsetmask.

1989-12-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c (Fmapconcat): Gcpro SEP around mapcar1.

1989-12-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (get_display_line): Don't touch X data if not using X.

	* syntax.c (Fscan_sexps): Fix fatal documentation typo.

	* lread.c: Include commands.h.

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_event): Delete unreached return at end.
	(x_wm_set_size_hint): #if 0 some broken code.

	* cmds.c (SelfInsert): Set HAIRY if have before or after change hooks.
	* editfns.c (Fsubst_char_in_region, Ftranslate_region):
	Call signal_after_change for chars changed.
	* undo.c (Fundo_more): When undoing Uchange, do signal_after_change.
	* casefiddle.c (casify_region): Do modify_region before the change,
	signal_after_change afterward.

	* insdel.c (prepare_to_modify_buffer): Call signal_before_change.
	(del_range, InsCStr): Call signal_after_change.
	(signal_after_change, signal_before_change): New functions.

1989-12-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (init_display) [VMS]: Downcase terminal type.

1989-12-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c: Use NEED_SIOCTL to control use of sioctl.h.
	* m/m-mips.h, m/m-iris4d.h: Define that.

	* m/m-ibmps2-aix.h (NEED_SIOCTL, HAVE_UNION_WAIT, HAVE_PTYS): Define.
	(sigsetmask): #undef this.

1989-12-15  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* lread.c (Fread_char): Catch error if read non-char.
	(Fread_event): New subr.  Return any input object.

1989-12-14  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c: New variable Vx_no_window_manager.
	 (Fx_track_pointer): If bufp < 0, abort.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): When leaving window, set x_mouse_x and
	x_mouse_y to -1.

1989-12-13  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): On ConfigureNotify events, return
	"redraw-screen" symbol.
	(dumpborder): Only do border stuff if x-no-window-manager non nil.
	Also check if there is a tracking rectangle.
	(XTupdate_begin): If there is a mouse tracking rectangle, erase
	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Return -2 for symbols.
	(command_loop_1): DoDsp when 'redraw-screen arrives as input.
	For mouse events, call Fexecute_mouse_event with
	read_key_sequence_cmd instead of Vmouse_event.

1989-12-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* process.c (create_process): For not USG, properly set the
	process group.

1989-12-07  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* term.c (topos): Under X Windows, abort if topos_hook not
	correct.  Temporary.

	* xfns.c (Fx_horizontal_line): New subr.

1989-12-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* keyboard.c (Fexecute_mouse_event): Don't set Vmouse_window here
	for X11.

	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_event): Vx_mouse_grabbed now indicates
	which keys are depressed.
	(construct_mouse_event): Set Vmouse_window here.

1989-12-04  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* screen.c (coordinates_in_window): New function.
	(Fcoordinates_in_window_p): Rewritten to use above.

	* dispextern.h: New element bufp for display_line structure when
	using X windows.
	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): Set this to the position in the
	buffer of the first char in this display line.
	* dispnew.c (get_display_line): Set this to -1 here.

1989-12-03  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* alloc.c: Upped NSTATICS from 200 to 256.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Report MotionNotify events only if
	mouse has changed character position.  Call x_read_mouse_position.
	Set Vmouse_event here.
	* xfns.c (x_read_mouse_position): Set new global variables
	x_mouse_x and x_mouse_y.

	* keyboard.c: Vignore_mouse_events: New variable.

	* syntax.c (Fscan_sexps): Doc change.

	* lread.c (Fread_char): Return only chars.  If new variable
	Vignore_mouse_events non nil, execute any mouse events which

1989-12-01  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_track_pointer): Draw half-sized rectangles for '\n'.
	(x_rectangle): Draw half-size if negative argument.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Abort if garbage collecting when doing
	mouse events.

	* ymakefile: #define FLOATSUP if LISP_FLOAT_TYPE defined.

	* emacs.c (main): If BSD, set pgrp to pid.

1989-11-30  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): For case 'e', set varies[i] to
	avoid entering in the command history.

	* xterm.c: Removed the function x_indicate_pointer_char.
	(XTread_socket): When leaving window, erase mouse tracking box if
	it exists.
	* xfns.c (Fx_track_pointer): New function, does what
	x_indicate_pointer_char used to.
	(x_read_mouse_position): Subtract internal_border_width.

	* screen.c: No rubber-banding function for X11.

	* window.c (Fmove_to_window_line): Document string fix.

1989-11-29  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* lread.c (Fread_char): Return a Lisp_Object (directly from

	* keyboard.c:
	* xterm.c: Function keys now arrive as cons cells.

1989-11-27  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Handle Lisp_Symbols on input
	(function keys).  Also, handle these and mouse events with
	prefixes (by ignoring the prefixes for now).

	* xfns.c: New variable Vx_mouse_grabbed.
	* xterm.c (construct_mouse_event): Use it.
	(XTread_socket): Return Lisp_Symbol for function key.

	* buffer.c (reset_buffer_local_variables): Set function_key_map to

1989-11-24  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* buffer.h: Per-buffer function key maps.

	* keyboard.c (read_avail_input): Convert chars to Lisp_Objects in
	case of stdin.

1989-11-22  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Check type of object returned
	from get_char.  Handle mouse events (set Vmouse_event) and
	function keys.
	(get_char_menu_prompt): Return a Lisp_Object.
	(Fexecute_mouse_event): No longer set Vmouse_event.
	Vmouse_window set here.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): KeyPress events now return
	Lisp_Objects, as do ButtonPress events.
	(construct_mouse_event): New function.
	(encode_mouse_button): New function.

1989-11-21  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_store_char, kbd_buffer_get_char):
	Store and get Lisp_Objects.
	(get_char): Use those Lisp_Objects.

	* fileio.c (Fread_filename_internal): If exactly complete, but
	string was modified, return string.

	* minibuf.c (temp_minibuf_message): Pass correct arguments to Fsit_for.

1989-11-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* s-386-ix.h: New file.

1989-11-17  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xterm.c (dump_rectangle): Flush the X queue.

1989-11-16  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xmenu.c (xmenu_show): Use ButtonReleaseMask instead of

	* fileio.c (Fmake_directory): New subr.

1989-11-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* config.h-dist (C_SWITCH_SITE, LD_SWITCH_SITE): Mention these.
	(HAVE_X11): Renamed from X11 and defined by default.
	It shoukld have no effect when not using X.

1989-11-14  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_selection, x_selection_arrival): Use &event
	instead of event.
	(x_selection_arrival): For incremental selections, loop on
	XGetWindowProperty if one is not enough.

1989-11-13  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* ymakefile: Just link if ../oldXMenu/libXMenu11.a already exists.

1989-11-09  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* m/m-sparc.h: If __GNUC__ use "-O", else "-O2"

1989-11-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c (Fstore_match_data): A marker pointing nowhere, treat as 0.

1989-11-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* search.c (Fmatch_data): Fixed typo.

	* insdel.c (make_gap): Use BUFFER_REALLOC instead of realloc.
	* buffer.c (Fget_buffer_create): Use new define BUFFER_ALLOC in
	place of malloc, and set b->data.
	(Fkill_buffer): Use BUFFER_FREE on b->data, rather than malloc on
	b->p1 + 1.
	* buffer.h: New element data in buffer_text structure.
	New define for it, bf_data.

1989-11-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* marker.c (Fset_marker): Don't force POS into visible range.
	* window.c (set_marker_restricted): New function does what
	Fset_marker did.  All calls in this file now use the new function.

1989-11-07  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* buffer.h: Defines for allocating buffer variables.

	* ralloc.c: Completely rewritten.

	* alloc.c (xmalloc, xrealloc): Return 0 immediately for requests
	of 0 size.

1989-11-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c (Flooking_at, Fstring_match, search_buffer):
	Record in search_regs_from_string whether matching against a string.
	(Fmatch_data): Save data as integers if from a string.

	* s-umips.h: Now include either s-usg5-2-2.h or s-bsd4-3.h
	and then override as needed.
	* m-mips.h: System dependence deleted.
	LD_SWITCH_MACHINE remains w/ options needed on all systems.
	* m-pmax.h: A little of that (LIBS_DEBUG) moved here.
	No need to undef LIBS_MACHINE.

	* fns.c (Fload_average): FIXUP_KERNEL_SYMBOL_ADDR is now general hook.
	* s-umips.h: Define it.

	* sysdep.c: Handle BROKEN_FIONREAD.

1989-11-03  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* config.h-dist: Mention LISP_FLOAT_TYPE, GNU_MALLOC, and REL_ALLOC.

	* s/s-umips.h: New file.

1989-11-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (Fopen_network_stream): Handle EINTR in connect.
	Describe errno in err msg if connect fails.

1989-11-02  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* vm-limit.c: New file.
	* ralloc.c: New file.
	* ymakefile: Take vm-limit.o into account.

1989-11-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* alloc.c (staticvec): Make this a simple vector of pointers
	rather than an alias for a vector of chars.

1989-11-01  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* window.c: Moved some functions (save_window_save,
	replace_window, unshow_buffer) around.
	* search.c: Moved function place.
	* lread.c: Moved function read_escape.
	* unexec.c: Declarations for make_hdr, copy_text_and_data,
	copy_sym.  Declare mark_x as static void.
	* dispextern.h: Removed declaration of new_display_line.

	* emacs.c: Do malloc_init if GNU_MALLOC.
	* gmalloc.c (malloc_init): New function.

	* xfns.c (x_rectangle, Fx_draw_rectangle, Fx_erase_rectangle)
	(outline_region, Fx_countour_region, Fx_uncontour_region): New
	subroutines for drawing rectangles and things.
	(Fx_point_coordinates): New subr.

1989-10-31  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* All .c and .h files: New copyright header.

1989-10-30  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* gmalloc.c: New GNU malloc.

	* emacs.c (main, Fdump_emacs): No malloc init if GNU_MALLOC.

	* ymakefile: Check if GNU_MALLOC defined.

1989-10-27  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_pointer_char): New subr.
	* xterm.c (x_indicate_pointer): New procedure.

	* alloc.c (Fmake_vector_from_list, make_vector_from_list): New subrs.

1989-10-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* xterm.c (x_term_init):
	Negate arg to fcntl F_SETOWN if F_SETOWN_SOCK_NEG.
	* keyboard.c (Fset_input_mode) [NO_SOCK_SIGIO]:
	No interrupt input if using a socket.

1989-10-26  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xterm.c (x_handle_error_gracefully): Make sure to completely
	release input before returning, using:
	* xterm.h New macro TOTALLY_UNBLOCK_INPUT.

	* xmenu.c (xmenu_quit): No longer use this error_handler; use
	default one.

1989-10-25  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* config.h-dist: Comment fix.

1989-10-24  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_draw_lines, translate_vectors): New functions.

1989-10-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c (search_buffer): Always find null string.

	* window.c (window_loop): For UNSHOW_BUFFER, don't Fset_buffer
	unless window is the selected one.

1989-10-20  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xdisp.c (display_minibuf_message): Choose minibuf screen first
	of all.  Return if not visible.

1989-10-19  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_handle_error_gracefully): New procedure to handle
	non-fatal X errors.
	(x_error_handler): Use it.
	(acceptable_x_error_p): New macro.

	* xfns.c (Fx_own_selection): Use second parameter SCREEN.

	* xdisp.c (message, message1): No longer displays messages
	when using X but not yet mapped.

1989-10-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-pyramid.h (NO_ARG_ARRAY): Define if using GCC.

1989-10-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* vmsfns.c (process_command_input): Call clear_waiting_for_input.

1989-10-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* syntax.c (scan_words): If words_include_escapes not 0,
	treat Sescape and Scharquote like Sword.
	(syms_of_syntax): Define Lisp variable.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Get rid of kbd_count.
	Use detect_input_pending.
	* sysdep.c (select, read_input_waiting): Likewise.
	(read_input_waiting): Don't read directly into kbd_buffer;
	use kbd_buffer_store_char.
	* keyboard.c: Don't define kbd_count.

	* keyboard.c (read_key_sequence): Reject the prefix char generated
	for a Meta char, if it finds a non-prefix definition.

1989-10-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): READ_KBD==2 means
	wait until have mouse input.
	* xfns.c (Fx_get_mouse_event): Use that.
	* xterm.c (mouse_event_pending_p): New subroutine.

1989-10-13  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (x_selection_arrival):
	(x_answer_selection_request): New procedures for incremental
	selection transfer.

1989-10-12  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* lread.c (complete_filename_p): New function which replaces
	absolute_filename_p.   This one doesn't consider "~" valid.

1989-10-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c: Comment fix.

1989-10-11  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_open_connection) New X atoms Xatom_incremental and

	* xterm.h: New macros MAX_SELECTION and SELECTION_LENGTH.

	* process.c (child_sig): Check pid <= 0 in case WNOHANG not defined.

1989-10-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* termcap.c (tgetent, gobble_line): Always store null at end of bfr.
	Allocate one extra byte at end to ensure space.
	Clean up order of arithmetic when updating ptrs into buffer
	after xrealloc.

1989-10-10  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_open_connection): Make all X Atoms here.

	* xterm.c (x_iconify_screen): Cleaned up this code.
	(x_term_init): Removed warpmouseondeiconify stuff.

1989-10-09  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xdisp.c (DoDsp): Make sure to call unhold_window_change after
	before all returns.

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Changed set_mouse_position to

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): dumprectangle (whole screen) instead of
	DoDsp in ConfigureNotify event.
	(x_wm_set_size_hint): New calculations for size_hints.

	* screen.c (Fset_mouse_position): No more function
	set_mouse_position; use x_set_mouse_position directly.

	* xfns.c (x_set_cursor_color): Really decode Vx_cusor_fore_pixel
	if set.  Define new cursor before freeing old.  This may eliminate
	a server bug on the Sony.
	Also check for invisible cursors.
	(x_set_mouse_color): Check for invisible pointers.
	(x_resize_scrollbars): BLOCK_INPUT whilst doing operations.
	(adjust_scrollbars): Likewise.

1989-10-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* m/m-hp9000s800.h (XUNMARK): Delete definition.
	(S_IFLNK): Do not undef it.

1989-10-03  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispnew.c (get_display_line): If screen not visible, abort.

1989-10-02  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_make_screen_visible): Set s->visible, unset
	s->iconified for HAVE_X11.

1989-09-29  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Check screen s before proceeding for
	MapNotify event.

	* xterm.c: No longer sets the variable mouse_down_timestamp.
	* xfns.c (Fx_get_mouse_event): mouse_timestamp (formerly
	mouse_down_timestamp) set here.  Also, mask out upper 9
	bits before doing XSET.

1989-09-28  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_geometry): Kludge for the case of position `-0'.
	(Fx_get_mouse_event): Also return the time stamp as last list elt.
	(defined_color): Eliminate screen argument.
	(Fx_create_screen): No more ColorMap component to display.x.
	* xterm.h: Likewise.

1989-09-27  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_own_selection, Fx_get_selection, x_disown_selection):
	New funcs, which use new variables Vx_selection_value,
	x_begin_selection_own, mouse_down_timestamp, requestor_time,
	requestor_window, property_name, and x_begin_selection_own.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Only do stuff if s for FocusOut under X11.
	SelectionNotify: New events to handle the selection inter-client
	communication mechanism.
	ButtonPress: Set mouse_down_timestamp.

1989-09-26  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c: New variable Vx_cursor_fore_pixel.

1989-09-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* lread.c (openp): Don't ! the result of `access'.

1989-09-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fread_file_name_internal): Try to work properly
	if dirs are specified using environment vars.  Preserve use of vars.

1989-09-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c: Comment fix.

1989-09-18  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_get_cut_buffer): XFree the data returned by

1989-09-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): Reinstall #if 0 around fstat.

1989-09-12  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (defined_color): New function to test if a color is
	currently defined.
	(x_decode_color): Use defined_color.
	(Fx_defined_color): New subr.
	(select_visual): Select the appropriate X11 Visual.
	(Fx_open_connection): Use select_visual.  screen_visual now
	global and used when making emacs windows.
	(Fx_color_display_p): New subr.

1989-09-11  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): Fixed typo.

	* keyboard.c (Fdiscard_input): Fixed typo.

	* window.c (Fnext_window): Fixed typos.

	* alloc.c (xmalloc, xrealloc): hold_window_changes whilst doing
	the associated operations.

	* dispnew.c (init_display):
	(Fsleep_for, Fsit_for):
	* process.c (Faccept_process_output):
	* keyboard.c ({clear,set}_waiting_for_input):
	(quit_throw_to_get_char, get_char):
	* xdisp.c (DoDsp, message, message1): Undid changes of Aug. 23
	(see below);  accept window changes most of the time.

1989-09-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c: Eliminate kbd_count, and use two pointers,
	kbd_fetch_ptr and kbd_store_ptr.  Assume buffer is empty when
	they are equal.  This should eliminate timing error.
	(kbd_buffer_store_char): Update kbd_store_ptr when storing.
	Don't ever fill the entire buffer.
	(kbd_buffer_get_char): Update kbd_fetch_ptr when fetching.
	(stuff_buffered_input): Likewise.
	(get_input_pending): Compare the two pointers.

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): Reenable using fstat rather than stat
	to get the modtime of the file just written, except on VMS and APOLLO.

1989-09-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c, doc.c, filelock.c: Move Emacs header includes after
	system header includes, and #undef NULL in between.

1989-08-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c [SYSV_PTYS]: If `titan', include some other files.

1989-08-29  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* fileio.c: read-file-name replaced with new version, formerly
	called new-read-file-name.

1989-08-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fscroll_other_window): Use save-excursion (in effect)
	to save and restore current buffer and point.
	(window_scroll): If selected window's buffer isn't current,
	make it current, using save-excursion to go back.

1989-08-24  Richard Stallman  (

	Use two variables to convey reason for synch process death,
	to avoid consing in signal handler.
	They are synch_process_death and synch_process_retcode.
	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Use both variables.
	* process.c (child_sig): Set both variables.

1989-08-24  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xterm.c (x_wm_set_size_hint): Use new ICCCM values for size_hints.

1989-08-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c: Doc fix.

1989-08-24  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): X11 part.  Set height and width to 0
	before calling change_screen_size.

	* buffer.c (kill-all-local-variables): Changed doc string.

1989-08-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (init_display): Call hold_window_change.
	(Fsleep_for, Fsit_for): Temporarily unhold, while waiting.
	* process.c (Faccept_process_output): Likewise.
	* keyboard.c ({clear,set}_waiting_for_input): Temporarily unhold.
	(quit_throw_to_get_char, get_char): Rehold.
	* xdisp.c (DoDsp, message, message1):
	Unhold and rehold momentarily before any real work.

	* Makefile (CPP): Use $(CC).

1989-08-22  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_color): Use new variables Vx_pointer_mask,

1989-08-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* alloc.c (malloc_warning): Do nothing if ignore_warnings.
	(init_alloc_once): Set ignore_warnings while initializing allocation.

	* buffer.c: Doc fix.

1989-08-21  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xterm.c (x_calc_absolute_position): New function to calculate
	positive screen position.
	(x_set_position): Use it.
	(x_reset_cursor): No longer exists.

	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_color): Reset the cursor even if there's no
	X window.
	(x_figure_window_size): Use x_calc_absolute_position.
	(x_set_mouse_color): Rewrote this function.  Always set cursor and
	its color.  If the window exists, then attach the cursor to it.
	No longer uses x_reset_cursor.
	(x_set_foreground): Use x_set_mouse_color instead of x_reset_cursor.

1989-08-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* vmsfns.c: Define PRV$V_... syms if prvdef.h does not.

1989-08-18  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_geometry): New subr.
	(x_figure_window_size): Don't worry about "geometry" here anymore;
	now done in x-win.el.
	(x_icon): Look in parms for iconic-startup rather than in variable.

1989-08-16  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (x_set_*_scrollbar): Don't destroy a scrollbar if it
	doesn't exist.  Also set scrollbar size only if actually creating
	(x_set_name): Don't do anything if the X window doesn't exist.
	Set the icon name as well.
	(x_window): Set the class hints for the window.

1989-08-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* lread.c (Fload): Fix unterminated comment.

	* scroll.c (scrolling_max_lines_saved): Replace fixed threshold of 20
	with 1/4 of average length of lines.

1989-08-13  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* ymakefile: Do ${make} for oldXMenu.

1989-08-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c: Doc fix.

1989-08-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c (main): Check for failure opening -t device.
	Fatal error if terminal isn't a real terminal.

	* window.c (Fscroll_other_window): Let Vother_window_scroll_buffer
	specify a buffer to scroll.

1989-08-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c: Handle BROKEN_FIONREAD as in other files.

1989-08-09  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* ../oldXMenu/Makefile: Removed all the unneccessary X stuff.

1989-08-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (barf_or_query_if_file_exists): When signalling,
	provide the expected args for a file-error.

1989-08-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c: Let NEED_BSDTTY control include of bsdtty.h.

	* process.c [BSD or STRIDE]: If ioctl.h fails to define O_NDELAY,
	and we need it, try fcntl.h.

	* s-bsd*.h, s-rtu.h, s-umax.h, s-unipl*.h: Define HAVE_UNION_WAIT.
	* m-stride.h: Likewise.
	* process.c: Decide which type to use with `wait'
	according to HAVE_UNION_WAIT.  If WAITTYPE already defined,
	assume everything all set up for this.

	* m-hp9000s300.h: Unless NOT_C_CODE or NO_SHORTNAMES,
	define WAITTYPE and WRETCODE, and include sys/wait.h.

1989-08-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* callproc.c (child_setup): Get rid of junk in #if 0.

1989-08-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* abbrev.c (Fdefine_abbrev): Allow nil spec'd as expansion.
	(Fexpand_abbrev): Eliminate abbrev length limit; use alloca.
	Eliminate redundant tests, always true.
	Record positions of both start and end of abbrev.
	Handle whitespace following the abbrev, before point.

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process_region): Use unwind-protect to delete
	temp file.

	* lread.c (load_unwind): Free the pointer-word malloc'd in Fload.

1989-08-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c (Fdump_emacs): Doc fix.

1989-08-02  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c: Reorganized several functions to be in same order as the
	enum list.
	(x_set_border_color): For X11, don't set pix to -1 for
	gray values.
	(Fx_create_screen): Simplified this function even more.

1989-07-31  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* keymap.c: New subrs Fuse_local_mouse_map, Fcurrent_local_mouse_map.

	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_color):
	(x_set_cur): No need to redraw display after doing these.

	(Fx_get_mouse_event): Accept motion events.
	(x11_encode_mouse_button): Encoding a la X11, except for one
	kludge.  This is used only for motion events.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Handle motion eveots.

1989-07-26  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): I couldn't take it any more, the
	ugliness of this routine offended me too deeply.  It is now
	completely rewritten for X11 and uses subroutines:

	(Fx_erase_rectangle): New subrs.

	* m/m-intel386.h: Changes in LOAD_AVE_TYPE, LOAD_AVE_CVT, and
	FSCALE to make loadst work correctly.

1989-07-24  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fmodify_screen_parameters): Check s->output_method
	before looping through alist.

	(Fx_create_screen): Call x_default_parameter for font.
	Don't add the scrollbar widths when making the main window: this
	is done when the scrollbar is actually made.

	(x_set_vertical_scrollbar): Set v_scrollbar_width here instead of
	in install_vertical_scrollbar.  Also, pass that function macros

	(x_set_horizontal_scrollbar): Likewise.

	* xterm.c (x_set_window_size): Don't call the things called
	anyway upon the ConfigureNotify event.
	(x_set_offset): Use the screen-size lisp variables for these

	* xterm.h: Added the screen parameter declarations from xfns.c for

1989-07-21  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* sysdep.c: Don't include sioctl.h on mips.

	* buffer.c (Flist_buffers): Pass prefix as arg.

	* editfns.c (Finsert_char): Insert at most 256 chars at a whack.

	* xterm.c (x_draw_box): Moved cursor box right by one pixel.

1989-07-20  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c: New variable x_screen_visuals, set if Fx_open_display,
	to be used in screen-color-p.

	* process.c (create_process): Don't call setpgrp_of_tty here.
	Also, do setpgrp for USG regardless of HAVE_PTYS.

	* callproc.c (child_setup): Ignore argument set_pgrp and always do
	(Fcall_process): Don't call setpgrp_of_tty here.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Make sure Vprefix_arg is NULL
	before finalizing_kbd_macro_chars;

1989-07-19  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (Fx_rebind_key): Completely rewrote this function for

1989-07-13  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* emacs.c:
	* process.c:
	* unexec.c:
	* m/m-ibmrt-aix.h: Changed IBMRTAIX to IBMAIX.
	* sysdep.c: Likewise.  Also, don't define our closedir if IBMAIX.
	* m/m-ibmps2-aix.h: New file.

1989-07-12  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xdisp.c (message, message1): If using x, but haven't mapped the
	window yet, use noninteractive output.

	* dispnew.c (Fredraw_display): Don't redraw a screen which is not

	* xterm.c (x_set_window_size): Don't DoDsp if screen isn't visible.

	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_color)
	(x_set_foreground_color): Don't redraw when screen isn't visible.

1989-07-11  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@gluteus)

	* xterm.c (x_term_init, XTread_socket): Use ConnectionNumber for
	both X10 and X11.  This is #defined for X10.

	* screen.c (Fset_screen_width, Fset_screen_height): These now take
	a SCREEN argument.

1989-07-10  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@gluteus)

	* xterm.c (x_set_window_size): Call x_wm_set_size_hint.
	(x_new_font): Don't call x_wm_set_size_hint.

	* xfns.c (x_set_internal_border_width): Don't call
	x_set_resize_hint, and call x_set_window_size after BLOCK_INPUT.

	* screen.c, dispnew.c (Fset_screen_width, Fset_screen_height):
	These functions have moved to screen.c.

1989-07-07  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* eval.c (Ffuncall): Handle 6 arguments.  Also, print a nice error
	message if there are more than 6 args.

	* fns.c (Fyes-or-no-p):
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf_unwind):
	(Fcompleting_read): Extra arg to read_minibuf.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively):
	* keyboard.c (Fexecute_extended_command):
	* minibuf.c (Fread_command):
	(Fread_buffer): Extra arg to Fcompleting_read.

1989-07-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): New argument back_n is number of
	characters to back-up point by.
	(Fcompleting_read): Same.
	* fileio.c (Fnew_read_file_name): New version of Fread_file_name
	using the above features.
	(Finsert_file_contents): Check for negative file length.

1989-07-03  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xfns.c (x_pixel_width, x_pixel_height) New functions.
	* screen.c (Fscreen_pixel_size): New subr.

1989-06-30  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xterm.c: Use invocation_name as argument to XGetDefaults.

1989-06-29  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@spiff)

	* xterm.c (x_error_handler) #ifdef sony_news use XDefaultError
	instead of XPrintDefaultError due to weirdness in Sony library.
	* xterm.c: Avoid infinite raise/lower, enter/leave cycle when both
	auto_raise and auto_lower are set by checking times between
	consecutive Enter events.

1989-06-27  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (Fselect_screen):
	* window.c (Fselect_window): The previous strategy was bugging the
	lisp stuff, so these are now rewritten.

1989-06-26  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* cm.c (Wcm_init): Don't check for Wcm.cm_ds, since this has been
	(losecursor): This function now a #define in cm.h.

	* xterm.c (x_iconify_screen): Send message to root window to do
	this, as per latest Inter-Client Communications Conventions.  This
	is commented out until it's implemented by X.  For now, do it with
	the iconic_state hint.
	(x_deiconify_screen): For X11, just Map the window, as per the new
	(x_make_screen_visible): Only handle visible and iconified screen
	elements for X10;  these variables are handled in event processing
	for X11.
	(x_make_screen_invisible): Send an UnmapNotify event to the root
	window to aprise the window manager of the change.
	(XTread_socket): Catch VisibilityNotify events.

1989-06-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fsplit_window): If horizontal, round left window size up.

1989-06-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* cm.h (cmplus): Improve formatting.
	Use losecursor when reach end of line, if losewrap.

	* cm.h: New fields to handle multi-line and multi-char motion,
	and both max and min cost for certain operations.
	* term.c (term_init): Init those fields.

	* term.c (clear_end_of_line_raw): Don't clear last char of last line
	if autowrap.

	* abbrev.c (Finsert_abbrev_table_description): Make 2nd arg optional.

1989-06-23  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c, lisp/term/x-win.el: C routine Fscreen_color_p now lisp
	function x-color-screen-p in x-win.el.
	(x_set_cursor_color): New method: first disallow same cursor as
	background, then if cursor not foreground, use it as cursor

1989-06-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* lisp.h (XPNTR): Don't define if already defined.

1989-06-22  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c: New subrs Ficonify_screen, Fdeiconify_screen,
	Fread_mouse_position, Fset_mouse_position.

	* xterm.c: New functions x_deiconify_screen, x_iconify_screen.

1989-06-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fsplit_window, change_window_height):
	Enforce minimum of 2 for window_min_width and window_min_height.

1989-06-22  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispnew.c (unhold_window_change): Don't set and unset in_display
	before and after calling change_screen_size.

1989-06-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c (Fkill_buffer): Ignore errors deleting auto-save file.
	Delete only if delete-auto-save-files.

	* data.c (Fmake_local_variable): Don't change value if unbound.

1989-06-20  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (Fselect_screen): Use x_set_mouse_position instead of

	* xterm.c (x_enter_screen): Deleted, now merged with
	* xfns.c (x_set_mouse_position): If the position is negative, use
	the center screen position.

	* data.c (swap_in_symval_forwarding): Declared tem1.
	(Fset): Changed variable name void to voide.  Also, set it to a C
	true/false, rather than Qt or Qnil.

1989-06-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (Fdefvar): Operate on default value if sym is buffer-local.
	(Fdefconst): Likewise.

	Allow buffer-local variables to be void in one buffer
	or in the default value.
	* data.c (swap_in_symval_forwarding): New function.
	(Fboundp, Fsymbol_value): Use that.
	(default_value): New function.
	(Fdefault_value): Use that.
	(Fdefault_boundp): New function, uses that.

1989-06-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile: New variable OLDXMENU has filename of libXMenu.a
	as a target.  Make temacs depend on it.

1989-06-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile [HAVE_X11, HAVE_X_MENU]: Build oldXMenu.
	* xmenu.c: Get XMenu.h from sibling dir.

	* buffer.c (Fkill_buffer): Return t if buffer is killed.
	Delete auto-save file if any.

1989-06-09  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* window.c: Initialize auto_new_screen to 0 (nil).

	* screen.c (make_screen): Added auto_lower to the list of screen
	elements initialized.
	(make_minibuffer_screen): Likewise.

1989-06-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fset_window_point): Don't lose if window's buffer is
	not current.

1989-06-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_open_connection): Added 9  Lisp variables
	defined	by the screen and server.

1989-06-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-pmax.h: New file.

1989-06-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c: Removed superfluous definition of gray_bits.

1989-06-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-hp9000s300.h: Define NEED_BSDTTY unless NOMULTIPLEJOBS.

1989-06-07  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* emacs.c (Fkill_emacs): If under X, call
	Fx_close_current_connection.  This has fixed the "bad file" bug.
	* xfns.c (Fx_close_current_connection): Added this subr which for
	the moment serves only to close the X-connection when killing emacs.

1989-06-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-hp9000s800.h: Define NEED_BSDTTY here.
	* s-hpux.h: Not here.

1989-06-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/s-hpux.h: Define NEED_BSDTTY.

1989-06-06  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_new_selected_screen): Make the new selected_screen
	and it's selected_window's screen be the same.
	(x_enter_screen): Calculate the middle of the screen, and warp the
	mouse there.  Also, raise the screen before doing so.

1989-06-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_set_window_size): If not already in DoDsp (checked
	with variable in_display) then DoDsp here.  Handles redisplay
	after screen configuration.
	(x_error_handler): Print out stuff about the error if we're in
	debug mode.

	* dispnew.c (change_screen_size): No longer call DoDsp here.

1989-06-05  Chris Hanson  (cph@kleph)

	* syntax.c (Fmodify_syntax_entry): Change documentation string to
	reflect earlier change to action of `p' syntax bit.

1989-06-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* lread.c (read1): Don't accept "" in middle of string.

1989-05-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c (Freplace_match): If \N has nothing to insert,
	insert nothing.

1989-05-29  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): If parms is nil and
	Vx_screen_defaults isn't, then use them.
	(Fdisplay_buffer): Call Fx_create_screen with Qnil.

1989-05-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* syntax.c (scan_lists): Once within a word, treat Squote like Sword.

1989-05-24  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* dispnew.c (change_screen_size): DoDsp if not pretend.

1989-05-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c (skip_chars): Dumb error checking for \.

1989-05-22  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* screen.c (Fselect_screen): Under X, basically just warp the
	cursor into the desired screen.  The event handler will then do
	the right thing.
	(Frestore_screen_configuration): Don't set the mouse position.

	* window.c (Fselect_window): If window's screen is not selected,
	call Fselecte_screen.
	(Fdisplay_buffer): Call Fx_create_screen with x-screen-parameters
	as argument instead of nil.

	* keyboard.c (clear_waiting_for_input): Don't call
	x_new_selected_screen here.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Add case slots for CirculateNotify and
	CirculateRequest events.

1989-05-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* doc.c (Fsubstitute_command_keys): Evaluate \\<...> keymap
	in proper buffer.

	* keymap.c (Fapropos_internal): New Lisp function, old apropos
	but only returns a list.

1989-05-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (Fopen_network_stream): Don't set kill-without-query.

1989-05-19  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_new_selected_screen): This now takes a struct screen
	pointer as parameter.
	(XTread_socket): Call x_new_selected_screen *before* dumpborder.

1989-05-16  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (x_window_to_scrollbar): If the caller's not interested
	in the names--passing 0 for last two parameters--just return the
	screen pointer.

	* xterm.c (x_enter_screen): Added this function for warping the
	pointer into a screen.

1989-05-16  Chris Hanson  (cph@kleph)

	* syntax.c (scan_lists, scan_sexps_forward): Treat characters
	whose "prefix" bit is on as whitespace when they are encountered
	between expressions.  When they occur within expressions they are
	treated according to their syntax code.

1989-05-16  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_new_selected_screen): Don't call Fselect_screen.
	Just do everything here.

	* window.c (Fselect_window): If the screen associated with the
	window is not selected, warp the mouse, cause an EnterNotify event
	which then causes the proper screen to become selected.  This does
	*not* call Fselect_screen.

	* screen.c (Fselect_screen): Now this is *only* a lisp subr.  It
	just calls Fselect_window on the selected window of the screen.

1989-05-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Fsubst_char_in_region): If NOUNDO, do increment tick,
	but maybe also increment save-tick.

1989-05-15  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_set_window_size): Only one #ifdef HAVE_X11 due to new
	macro in:
	* xterm.h: New macro XChangeWindowSize for both X10 and X11.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): Use XCreateWindow instead of
	XCreateSimpleWindow to directly set some extra attributes.

1989-05-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* syntax.h (SYNTAX_PREFIX): New macro.
	* syntax.c (Fmodify_syntax_table): Handle `p'; set new flag.
	(describe_syntax): Describe new flag.
	(Fbackward_prefix_chars): Move back over such chars.

	* lread.c (read1): Dumb errors in last change.

1989-05-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* lread.c (read1): Error if EOF after `?' or in string.

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes) [IBMRTAIX]: Typo; had s for sg.

1989-05-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* s/s-usg5-3.h: Define HAVE_SYSVIPC?

	* alloc.c (Fmake_byte_code): If purifying, purecopy all elements.

	* ymakefile (LIBXMENU): Use -loldX.
	Find libXMenu11.a in special place.

1989-05-12  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen): If user has specified
	`x-iconic-startup' then start emacs in iconic form.
	Look for icon position in `icon-left' and `icon-top', or use
	window postion.

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): If server doesn't respond, use fatal
	instead of error.  Also tell user about -d option.

1989-05-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes, reset_sys_modes):

	* print.c (Qprint_escape_newlines): New variable.
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Make it t locally in minibuffers.

	* fileio.c (Fcopy_file): Check for error on close.

1989-05-10  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (adjust_scrollbars): Don't subtract 2 from
	h_scrollbar_height when calculating `length'.

1989-05-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (call_debugger): Set entering_debugger.
	(find_handler_cause): Don't enter debugger if that's set.
	(Fbacktrace): Clear it; we are presumably in the debugger.

	* m/m-sps7.h: New file.

1989-05-08  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket_hook): For X11, on map and unmap events
	check the window manager hints for iconification status.

	* xterm.c (x_make_widow_icon): For X11, just request
	iconification of the window manager.

1989-05-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* m/m-clipper.h: New file.

1989-05-07  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (adjust_scrollbars): Don't subtract 2 from
	v_scrollbar_width when calculating `height'.

	* xfns.c (x_set_foreground, x_set_border_pixel): Finished color
	coordination.  Scrollbar border, thump-arrows, and slider pixmap
	linked with foreground color;  slider border with window border.

1989-05-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* lread.c (read1): Handle octal integers.

	* macros.c: Doc fix.

	* search.c (Fstore_match_data): Allow ints instead of markers.

	* keyboard.c (get_char_menu_prompt): New function; does menu prompting
	based on current keymaps.

1989-05-05  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c (Fx_set_face): Rewrote the doc-string and renamed the

1989-05-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexec.c: New control parameters COFF_BSD_SYMBOLS, KEEP_OLD_PADDR,

	* unexec.c: Define IN_UNEXEC as flag for config.h.

	* keymap.c: Fapropos, etc., deleted.  (Now in Lisp code.)

	* eval.c (Fcommandp): Byte code object is command if interactive slot
	exists at all.

1989-05-05  Chris Hanson  (cph@kleph)

	* process.c [HPUX && !NOMULTIPLEJOBS]: Include <bsdtty.h>, which
	defines TIOCGPGRP.

1989-05-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* data.c (Faref, Farray_length): Handle byte-code objects.
	* fns.c (Flength, concat): Likewise.

	* data.c (Faref, Faset, Farray_length): Rename arg VECTOR to ARRAY.

	* m/m-hp9000s300.h: Undefine NOMULTIPLEJOBS.

	* keyboard.c (Fcommand_execute): Treat bytecode object as function.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Separate decoding of fcn
	from handling of it.

	* alloc.c (Fmake_byte_code): Renamed from Fmake_compiled_code.
	Make it pure if Vpurify_flag is non-nil.
	(Fpurecopy): Handle byte-code objects.

	* keyboard.c (get_char): Use Fsit_for for echoing timeout, not alarm.
	Do this before timeout for auto-save since the latter is longer.
	(request_echo): Function deleted.
	({set,clear}_waiting_for_input): No need for echo_now, echo_flag.

1989-05-04  Joseph Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_lower_window, x_raise_window): Don't do anything if
	the window isn't visible.

	* xfns.c (x_set_foreground_color): Recolor the scrollbar windows
	appropriately, compatible with xterm.

	* xterm.c (x_reset_cursor): Do cursor recoloring.

1989-05-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c (Frandom): With number as arg, return value < that number.

	* sysdep.c [USG, BSD4_1] (random): Call `rand' twice, to get
	30 bits of significance.

1989-05-03  Joe Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_draw_box): Use the cursor_gc.
	* xfns.c (x_set_cursor_color, x_create_screen): Do a better job
	with cursor colors, and use 0 line width for the cursor_gc.

1989-05-02  Richard Stallman  (

	Begin changing representation of compiled functions.
	* lisp.h (enum Lisp_Type): New type code Lisp_Compiled, like a vector.
	(COMPILED_*): Names for slots in those vectors.
	* alloc.c (Fmake_compiled_code): New function.
	* eval.c (Fcommandp, Feval, Ffuncall, funcall_lambda):
	Handle fcns of type Lisp_Compiled.
	(Fcommandp, Fapply): Avoid directly nested ifs.
	* print.c (print): Handle Lisp_Compiled objects.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Likewise.
	* doc.c (Fdocumentation): Likewise.

	* keyboard.c (Fopen_dribble_file): nil as arg means close it.

	* abbrev.c, alloc.c, buffer.c, bytecode.c, callint.c, callproc.c:
	* casefiddle.c, cmds.c, data.c, dired.c, dispnew.c, doc.c, editfns.c:
	* eval.c, fileio.c, filelock.c, floatfns.c, fns.c, keyboard.c:
	* keymap.c, lread.c, minibuf.c, mocklisp.c, print.c, process.c:
	* screen.c, search.c, syntax.c, undo.c, vmsfns.c:
	Many doc fixes.

1989-04-30  Joseph Arceneaux  (jla@hobbes)

	* xterm.c (XTring_bell): Wasn't passing selected_screen to XTflash.
	Fixed this.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): Don't check if server died under
	X11.  Temporary.

1989-04-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fdelete_other_windows): Bug getting top edge.

1989-04-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (get_char): Auto save if enough time elapses.
	(auto_save_timeout): New Lisp variable.

	* xdisp.c (try_window, try_window_id): Set w->redo_mode_line
	if should show percentage instead of `Bot'.

1989-04-29  Joe Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c (x_term_init): Don't set visible bell, as it pre-empts
	.emacs control.

1989-04-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* doc.c (syms_of_doc): Make Vdoc_file_name a Lisp variable
	named internal-doc-file-name.

1989-04-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-news.h: m-news800.h renamed.
	Removed SEGMENT_MASK and sigmask.
	LOAD_AVE_TYPE is now `double'; LOAD_AVE_CVT changed too.
	Define m68000 if not defined.

1989-04-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile: If COFF_ENCAPSULATE, define LD as gcc -nostdlib.

	* sysdep.c: Unconditionally include sys/ioctl.h.

	* m/m-mips.h [USG]: Define LIBS_TERMCAP.
	If HAVE_X11, define HAVE_VFORK.

1989-04-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* m/m-altos.h: Use termcap, not terminfo.
	Define COFF_ENCAPSULATE if using gcc.
	Use built-in alloca if using gcc.

	* lread.c (absolute_filename_p): On ALTOS, @ means absolute.

	* process.c: Missing #endif.
	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Define `p' for last change.
	* buffer.c, floatfns.c: Typos in DEFUN doc strings.
	* keyboard.c: Typo in DEFVAR_LISP doc string.

	* window.c (Fdelete_other_windows): Fix confusion about type of W.

1989-04-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (LDFLAGS): Forgot to use LD_SWITCH_SITE.

	* xterm.c (XTflash): Draw the bars here.
	(x_invert_screen): Change to invert entire window.
	(stufflines): Changed args to XClearArea.
	(XTread_socket): Clean up handling of KeyPress events.
	For LeaveWindow, ignore uninteresting ones and handle autolower.
	For FocusIn, ignore if unknown window, and handle autoraise.
	For MotionNotify, add real handling for X11.
	For ConfigureNotify, count width of scroll bars.
	Don't call change_screen_size redundantly; ignore linked expose events.
	Update left and top pos if nec.
	For button events, ignore if not in known window or scrollbar.
	(x_new_selected_screen): Takes screen as arg.
	(x_error_handler): Arg type different for X11.
	(x_set_window_size) [HAVE_X11]: Call change_screen_size
	before x_wm_set_size_hint.
	(x_make_window_visible): Make scroll bars visible too, if any.
	(x_lower_window): New fn.
	(x_wm_set_size_hint): Take account of width of scroll bars.
	Ior specified hint flags with those already set.

	* xterm.h (HSCROLL_HEIGHT): HSCROLL_WIDTH is renamed.
	(MAXWIDTH): Increased to 300.
	(MAXHEIGHT): Increased to 100.
	(DISPLAY_SCREEN_ARG): Remove parentheses.
	(ButtonReleased, WhichMouseButton): Delete definitions.

	* xmenu.c: Adapted to new X interface.  X11ONLY replaced with xDISPLAY.
	Many X11 conditionals removed.

	* xfns.c (x_set_cursor_color): Special case if matches foreground.
	(Fx_create_screen): Typo for HSCROLL_HEIGHT.
	Set PRETEND arg to change_screen_size.
	Delete gray_bits; this value made global.
	Don't call install_*_scrollbar here.
	(x_set_horizontal_scrollbar): Define this for real.
	(x_set_vertical_scrollbar): Corrent args to install_vertical_scrollbar.
	(install_vertical_scrollbar): New local slider_pixmap, and set it.
	Delete locals GC_values, temp_gc.
	Change arrow_width, arrow_height (appears to be undefined) to 16.
	Un-if-0 this code.
	Use border_pixel, not foreground_pixel, for scrollbar.
	(install_horizontal_scrollbar): Define this for real.
	(adjust_scrollbars): Handle horizontal scrollbar.
	Define XMoveResizeWindow as XConfigureWindow if X10 to simplify.
	(x_resize_scrollbars): Remove #if 0 from quick-exit case.
	Really handle horizontal scrollbar.
	Simplify using new macro.
	(Fx_get_mouse_event): Mostly ignore events other than buttons.
	Use many new macros to handle X10 and X11.
	(encode_mouse_button): New fn: encoding of which button, broken out.

	* xfns.c (left_arror_cursor, etc.): New vars.
	(x_screen_parm, init_x_parm_symbols, x_set_screen_param):

	* xdisp.c (display_string, redisplay-window, DoDsp):

1989-04-21  Richard Stallman  (

	* indent.c (compute_motion): Use SCREEN_WIDTH.
	* dispnew.c (update_line): Use SCREEN_WIDTH.
	(update_screen): Use SCREEN_HEIGHT.

1989-04-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c: Rename Vauto_new_screen_hook, Vdisplay_buffer_hook, and
	Vtemp_buffer_show_hook to ..._function.

	* keyboard.c: Rename mouse_hook to mouse_event_function.

	* buffer.c, buffer.h, cmds.c: blink-paren-hook and auto-fill-hook
	renamed to -function.

	* fileio.c (Finsert_file_contents): Allow quit in read.
	(Fwrite_region): Allow quit in write.

1989-04-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* doprnt.c (doprnt): Comment out %b since sprintf can't do it.

	* Change X11 to HAVE_X11 everywhere.

	* m-sun3.h: Define C_SWITCH_MACHINE as -fsoft.

1989-04-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c: Don't define wstopsig, wtersig if already defined.

	* sysdep.c [VMS] (sys_getenv): Copy the string before returning it.

	* m-alliant.h: Define `vector'.

1989-04-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input) [sun]: If SIGIO failed
	to be sent, send it by hand.

1989-04-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fdelete_other_windows): Recenter window to avoid scrolling.

1989-04-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* indent.c: Include screen.h.

	* indent.c (pos_tab_offset, Fvertical_motion): Compute internal width
	correctly and uniformly.

	* xdisp.c (try_window, try_window_id): Use exact internal width
	to update tab_offset.
	(try_window_id): pos_tab_offset value needs adjustment only if
	starting a line in middle of a character.

1989-04-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c [USG]: If TIOCGWINSZ defined, include sioctl.h.

1989-04-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (Fbacktrace): Set Vprint_level to 3 throughout.

	* fns.c (Fload_average): nlist data structure is funny on convex.

	* window.c (scroll_command): Scroll at least 1 line in specd direction.

	* cm.c (calccost): NTABS was off by 1 sometimes; take account of
	the starting position modulo 8.

	* fileio.c (Fexpand_file_name): Don't simplify /../ at start of name.

	* callint.c: Doc fixes.

	* process.c (create_process):
	On all USG systems, not just IRIS and AIX, don't pre-open pty's tty.
	Move the setpgrp done for USG (no real change).
	Tell child_setup to do a setpgrp.
	* callproc.c (child_setup): New arg says whether to setpgrp.
	Never setpgrp on USG.
	(Fcall_process): Tell child_setup not to setpgrp.

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes, reset_sys_modes): Don't try to hack
	Don't bother to undef these for XENIX.

1989-04-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (LIBES): Put LIBX first; it may depend on LIBS_MACHINE.

	* m-sequent.h: Define HAVE_ALLOCA.

1989-04-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* term.c (term_init): Can't use scroll region if no abs positioning.

1989-04-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (Fopen_network_stream): Close desc. if connect fails.

1989-03-31  Richard Stallman  (

	* minibuf.c (Fall_completions): gcprotect ALLMATCHES and TAIL,
	not STRING.

	* keyboard.c (read_avail_input): Handle EBADSLT like EAGAIN.

1989-03-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* term.c (term_init): Either ic or ip or im or IC => can insert chars.

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf_unwind): Ensure minibuf writable for erasure.

1989-02-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-convex.h: Undefine NO_ARG_ARRAY.
	Changed defns of DATA_SEG_BITS and XINT.
	Define alloca for GCC compilation.

1989-02-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* m-ibmrt-aix.h: Define BROKEN_FIONREAD.

1989-02-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* keymap.c (Fdefine_prefix_command): Set both value and fn defn,
	with separate syms specified for each purpose.

1989-02-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Open /dev/null with O_WRONLY.

1989-02-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (window_scroll): Allow scrolling to very end (empty screen)
	if that's exactly where we wanted to scroll to.

1989-02-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* data.c (Fkill_local_variable): New local to simplify big stmt.

1989-02-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (display_text_line): cvt chars to glyfs for overlay arrow.

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes, child_setup_tty) [IBMRTAIX]:
	Don't ignore BRK, and don't signal it.

	* process.c (pty): An IBMRTAIX conditional.
	(create_process): Another here.

1989-02-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* keymap.c (Fdefine_prefix_command): Use Ffset, not Fset.

1989-02-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fset_visited_file_modtime): New fn.

	* xfns.c (Fx_create_screen) [X10]: XCreateWindow wants pixmaps as args.

1989-02-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (Fsit_for): It accepts 3 args.

1989-02-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): For X10, make EVENT an XKeyPressedEvent.
	(x_set_resize_hint): Call XSetResizeHint.

	* process.c: Declare interrupt_input.

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes): TIOCSTART, not TCSTART.

1989-01-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* xterm.h (struct x_display): `GC' renamed `gc' in all field names.
	Field `ColorMap' renamed to `color_map'.
	(face_gc_values): face_GC_values renamed.

1989-01-28  Joe Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.h (face_GC): Var deleted.
	(struct x_display): New field face_GC.
	(BLACK_PIX_DEFAULT): Typo in definition.
	(WHITE_PIX_DEFAULT): Typos in definitions; was the black default.

	* xterm.c: Include ioctl.h only if BSD.
	Include termio.h otherwise.
	(XMapWindow) [X11]: Typo in definition.
	(METABIT): New definition; maybe not needed.
	(hostname, id_name, invocation_name, Vcommand_line_args): New vars
	declared for main icon title.
	(x_debug): Init to 1 if XDEBUG defined.
	(dumpglyfs) [X11]: Changed args to XDrawImageString.
	If debugging, do XFlushQueue.
	Use screen's face_gc rather than old global one.
	(XTflash) [not BSD]: Avoid `struct itimerval'; use `alarm'.
	(events): New table of event type names.
	(XTread_socket): EVENT is now an XEvent even on x10.
	Translate modifier key 1 into meta-bit.
	For EnterNotify event, don't dumpborder or x_new_selected_screen
	if there is an x_focus_screen.
	For LeaveNotify event, don't ignore due to nonzero subwindow.
	For ConfigureNotify, change screen size.
	Do `select' check for SIGHUP only if HAVE_SELECT.
	(x_new_selected_screen): An arg, SCREEN.
	(x_display_cursor): dumpglyfs args changed.
	(x_draw_box): Add GC arg to XDrawRectangle; change other args.
	(clear_cursor): Change args to XClearArea.
	(dumpborder): Check x_input_screen, not selected_screen.
	(x_text_icon): For X11, new arg to XGetDefault.
	Cast values stored in icon_label.
	(x_term_init): Hair to calculate name for icon.
	Don't init_sigio unless SIGIO defined.
	Call Fset_input_mode.
	For X11, new arg to XGetDefault.
	Set _Xdebug if debugging.
	(x_new_font) Use XGetFont.
	Get GC values from the screen structure.
	(x_reset_cursor): Don't call XRecolorCursor.
	(x_set_window_size): Call x_wm_set_size_hint, not x_set_size_hint.
	(x_set_resize_hint): For X11, call x_wm_set_size_hint.
	(x_wm_set_size_hint, x_wm_set_window_state, x_wm_set_icon_pixmap):
	(x_wm_set_icon_position): New fns for X11.

	* xfns.c: For X11, include Xutil.h
	(VSCROLL_WIDTH): Moved to xterm.h.
	(face_GC): Don't declare it.
	(id_name): Declare this.
	(x_decode_color): Check `white' and `black' first of all.
	(x_set_foreground_color) [X11]: Reset foreground and background.
	(x_set_background_color) [X11]: Missing arg to XSetWindowBackground.
	(x_set_cursor_color) [X11]: Reset foreground and background.
	(x_read_mouse_position) [X11]: Changed call to XQueryPointer.
	(x_set_mouse_position) [X11]: Add args to XWarpPointer.
	(Fx_create_screen): Set some temporary geometry parms at the beginning.
	For X11, changed setup of iconidentity, and implement rubber-banding.
	For X11, implement merging individual geometry parms.
	For X11, changed args to XCreateSimpleWindow.
	For X11, call x_wm_set_size_hint.
	Specify name when creating icon.
	Don't call XSetForeground, XSetBackground before making border tile.
	New var `cursor_bits'.  Init the screen's GC's.

	* screen.c (Frubber_band_rectangle): For X11, just return nil.

1989-01-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* buffer.c (Fbuffer_modified_tick): New fn.

	* window.c (Fnext_window): Accept 3 args from Lisp.

1989-01-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (sys_suspend): Handle case of SIGTSTP but not BSD.

1989-01-20  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes): Do TIOCSTART if def, like TCXONC.

1989-01-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): New 2nd arg is extra usecs.
	All callers changed.
	* dispnew.c (Fsit_for, Fsleep_for): New 2nd arg says 1st arg
	counts in milliseconds.

	* buffer.c (Fkill_all_local_variables): Implement permanent locals.

1989-01-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* keymap.c (get_keyelt): Allow indirection within (STRING . DEFN).

1989-01-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): If select returns there
	is kbd input, but detect_input_pending can't find it, signal SIGIO.
	This may avoid the X loop-on-logout bug.

	* process.c (wait_reading_process_input): Flush fix_screen_hook.
	* termhooks.h, term.c: Likewise.

	* xdisp.c (Fredraw_display): Don't do set_terminal_modes.
	* dispnew.c (Fredraw_screen): Likewise.

	* eval.c (Fcond): If no args, return nil.

1989-01-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (Fbacktrace_frame): Require one arg.  Return nil if too high.

1989-01-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Set Vminibuf_scroll_window before
	switching windows.

	* xterm.c (XTread_socket): If no HAVE_SELECT, wait for input
	if new arg WAITP is non0.  Do this by not bothering to test for
	presence of input before reading some.
	Check for dead connection only if new arg EXPECTED is nonzero.
	All callers changed (keyboard and sysdep).

	* keyboard.c: Simplify keyboard input.
	(read_avail_input): Don't assume buffer is empty.
	Don't call get_input_pending; do FIONREAD here.
	Don't do FIONREAD if read_socket_hook, just tell it don't wait.
	Arg EXPECTED is passed to read_socket_hook.
	(input_available_signal): Use read_avail_input.
	(gobble_input): Use read_avail_input; arg EXPECTED passed along.
	(get_input_pending): Let gobble_input do the work.

	VMS keyboard input should have interrupt_input nonzero.
	* keyboard.c (Fset_input_mode, init_keyboard): [VMS] Always set
	interrupt_input to 1.
	(get_input_pending): Special case deleted.

1989-01-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (auto_save_1): Always make auto-save file owner-writable.

	* eval.c (Fbacktrace_frame): New fn.

	* buffer.h: Define `fieldlist' field in a buffer.
	* buffer.c (Fregion_fields): Return list of fields overlapping
	specified region.
	(syms_of_buffer): New variable buffer-field-list.
	(reset_buffer): Clear the fieldlist.
	(init_buffer_once): Set up default and flag for buffer-field-list.
	* insdel.c (prepare_to_modify_buffer): If check_protected_fields,
	call Fregion_fields to detect error.
	Delete buffer_modify_hook.

	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Bind `command-debug-status'
	for each interactive command.

	* keyboard.c (command_loop_1): Count # commands read.
	(num_input_keys): New Lisp variable.

	* m/m-gould.h, m/m-ibmrt-aix.h, m/m-sequent.h, m/m-sparc.h,
	* m/m-sun3.h, m/m-symmetry.h: Define A_TEXT_SEEK.
	* unexec.c (copy_text_and_data): Don't check A_TEXT_OFFSET,
	just A_TEXT_SEEK.
	* unexconvex.c: Likewise.

	* unexconvex.c: machine/*.h unconditionally.

	* process.c (pty): Delete RTU, HPUX, IRIS alternatives to
	* s/s-rtu.h: Likewise.
	* s/s-iris*.h: Define PTY_TTY_NAME_SPRINTF.

	* sunfns.c (Fsun_change_cursor_icon): Avoid ambiguity in eval order.

1989-01-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* data.c (Fdefault_value): If var set up with default value as current,
	take the current value slot, more up to date than the default slot.

1989-01-11  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (init_display): Don't handle SIGWINCH if using X.

	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): If file has shrunk, turn off auto-save.
	This avoids duplicate messages and allows M-x auto-save to turn it on.

	* lread.c (Fload): Look in Vafter_load_alist.
	(syms_of_load): Define after-load-alist.

1989-01-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* dired.c (Fdirectory_files): 4th arg NOSORT non-nil means don't sort.

	* syntax.c (scan_lists): Change Sendcomment case so that
	ignoring comments works even for newline-terminated comments.

	* minibuf.c (read_minibuf): Default Vminibuf_scroll_window
	to the window that was selected.

1989-01-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* fns.c (do_yes_or_no_p): Typo, call2 => call1.

	* eval.c (Fbacktrace): Each frame item should have a newline.

	* emacs.c (Fkill_emacs): Don't run hook if noninteractive.

	* eval.c: Define Vrun_hooks.
	(syms_of_eval): Initialize Vrun_hooks.

	* indent.c (Fmove_to_column): Use del_range; Fdelete_backward non ex.

	* ymakefile (objs, floatfns.o): Re-add this file.
	(LIBX): Install X11 case.

	* ymakefile (LIB_GCC): Now a cpp macro, like all other LIB_...
	Define null if not using GCC.

	* lread.c (unreadchar): New function to unread a char
	by stuffing it back into its stream.  Now unread chars
	work properly between multiple reads.
	(UNREAD): Now calls that function.
	(readchar): Don't us `unrch'; variable deleted.
	(various): Don't initialize `unrch'.
	(readevalloop): No need to save and restore `unrch'.
	(read1): Don't unread a -1.

	* keymap.c (get_keyelt): If keymap defn is (STRING . FOO),
	remove just FOO.  Will help HierarKey.

1989-01-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* unexmips.c [IRIS_4D]: Don't include fcntl.h.
	(unexec): Look for LIT8, LIT4 sections iff they are defined.

	* buffer.c (Fkill_all_local_variables): Force redisplay of mode lines.

1989-01-02  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c (main): Do the setpgrp before handling -t.

	* keyboard.c (Fsuspend_emacs): Use run-hooks to run suspend-hook
	and suspend-resume-hook.

	* buffer.c (Fkill_buffer): Execute kill-buffer-hooks
	with buffer to be killed as current buffer.

	* buffer.c (count_modified_buffers): ModExist renamed.

	* emacs.c (Fkill-emacs): Execute kill-emacs-hook.

	* fileio.c (auto_save_1): Set auto_save_mode_bits from visited file.
	(Fwrite_region) [not VMS]: If auto-saving, write file with that mode.

	* fileio.c (Fwrite_region): If START is a string, write that string.

1989-01-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* lisp.h (XMARKBIT, XSETMARKBIT): If mark bit is sign bit,
	use sign-test for XMARKBIT; value is then 1 or 0.
	Make XSETMARKBIT test 2nd arg for nonzeroness only.

	* m/m-mips.h: Last batch of changes are only for USG.
	(XMARKBIT, XSETMARKBIT): Deleted; the new default ones are good.

	* editfns.c (Fformat): Use princ for %s.
	New format %S converts everything (even strings) with prin1.
	* doprnt.c (doprnt): Treat %s like %S.

	* print.c (Fprin1_to_string): Opt 3nd arg non-nil does princ.

1988-12-31  Richard Stallman  (

	* data.c (Fstring_to_int): Correct max # args.

1988-12-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (LIBES, LIB_GCC): If using GCC, link with gnulib.

1988-12-29  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c: Many doc improvements.

1988-12-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* lisp.h (CHECK_NATNUM): New macro.

	* indent.c (Fmove_to_column): 2nd arg t means indent till spec'd column
	or change tab to spaces if necessary.

	* m/m-iris4d.h: (Conditionally) delete DEFAULT_ENTRY_ADDRESS

	* s/s-iris3-6.h: Define sigblock as no-op.

	* m/m-mips.h: Cancel defn of VIRT_ADDR_VARIES, `static'.
	Define various HAVE_... flags a la BSD.
	Add options, libraries for linking and compilation.

	* unexmips.c (unexec): Handle additional optional sections now likely.
	New scheme for recording what sections there are.
	Make handling of the LIT8,LIT4 sections conditional (not on IRIS).

	* fns.c (do_yes_or_no_p): New interface to Lisp function yes-or-no-p.
	Allows the user to redefine that function.
	All callers of Fyes_or_no_p changed.

	* data.c (Fmakunbound): Don't allow nil or t as arg.

	* m/m-orion105.h (LOAD_AVE_TYPE): Now `long'.

1988-12-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (unhold_window_change):
	Don't signal SIGWINCH.  Instead, do pending size-changes here,
	while holding any new size-changes that arrive, so they become
	pending.  Loop around to get the new pending ones.
	(change_screen_size): Clear any previous pending size-change.

	* search.c (place): Was clipping to (1- (point-max)) by mistake.

1988-12-24  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fdelete_window): Give all this window's space
	to one adjacent sibling.

1988-12-23  Richard Stallman  (

	* keymap.c (describe_alist): Don't lose on non-cons-cell alist elts.
	(Fwhere_is_internal): Don't fail to step down the alist.
	(Faccessible_keymaps): Considerable confusion in alist case.

	* lread.c (Feval_current_buffer, Feval_region):
	Save and restore point as a marker, not a number.
	Don't restore it at all if printflag is t.

	* print.c (float_to_string): Mostly rewritten; output format
	is now a printf %-spec.
	(Qfloat_output_format): Doc changed to match.

1988-12-22  Richard Stallman  (

	* ymakefile (obj): Include floatfns.o.
	* data.c (syms_of_data): Fix typo Snumberp_or_marker_p.

	Allow keymaps to have other keymaps as tails.
	Thus, one keymap can inherit from another.
	* keymap.c (Fwhere_is_internal): Ignore non-cons elements of alist.
	(Faccessible_keymaps): Support symbols as alist indices.
	Ignore alist elements that aren't conses.

	* m/m-sun386.h (LDAV_SYMBOL): Define as "avenrun" with no underscore.

	* lread.c (read_escape): Support ANSI C `\x...' hex escapes.

	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): Fix jump operators for change in `pc'.

1988-12-21  Joe Arceneaux  (

	* ymakefile: Commented #endif LISP_FLOAT_TYPE.  Also changed
	the code pertaining to X11 to use the same files as X10.

	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code): Declared unsigned char *pc.

1988-12-19  Joe Arceneaux  (

	* xterm.c: Finished a first cut of the X11 version.

1988-12-18  Richard Stallman  (

	* sysdep.c (select): `buf' is now unsigned char.

1988-12-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* m/m-elxsi.h: Don't define WORD_MACHINE or CANNOT_DUMP.
	Do define symbols for load average.

1988-12-16  Joe Arceneaux  (

	* sink.h, sinkmask.h: Same file now works for both X10 and X11.
	* xterm.c, xfns.c (x_text_icon) Can now take new name as parameter.

1988-12-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* m/m-is386.h: No need to undef HAVE_PTYS, HAVE_SOCKETS, SYSV_PTYS
	since s-usg5-3.h no longer defines them.

1988-12-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* bytecode.el (Fbyte_code): Cache the pointer in the string
	to avoid recalculating it at each fetch.
	Also turn off the error check for stack overflow/underflow.

1988-12-14  Joe Arceneaux  (

	* xfns.c: Made the first cut for X11 version.
	* xterm.c (x_reset_cursor): Did the X11 version.

1988-12-14  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (Fexecute_mouse_event): Set Vmouse_event.  Doc fix.
	Run Vmouse_hook at the end.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Define var `mouse-hook'.

1988-12-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* term.c (insert_glyfs): Typo, was fetching G twice.

1988-12-10  Richard Stallman  (

	* keymap.c (describe_buffer_bindings): Print mouse bindings too.
	(describe_map): If have a chartab, use mouse-describe-key for prefixes.
	* keymap.c (describe_{map,map_tree,alist}, describe_vector):
	Extra arg mapping chars to their names.  Calls changed.
	* syntax.c (describe_syntax_1): Call changed.

	* keymap.c (Vglobal_mouse_map): Make it exist unconditionally.

	* keymap.c (apropos1): Clean up.
	Do where-is-internal only if there is a function definition.
	Use mouse-describe-key to turn mouse key sequences into strings.
	(Fwhere_is): Check the mouse map too;
	(Fwhere_is_internal): New arg is global map to use.
	All callers changed in keypad.c and doc.c.
	(where_is_string): New fn cvts result of Fwhere_is_internal to string.

1988-12-09  Richard Stallman  (

	* emacs.c (stack_bottom): New variable, set in main.
	* alloc.c (Fgarbage_collect): Save a copy of the entire stack contents.

1988-12-07  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Funix_umask, Funix_sync): New functions.

	* process.c (Fsignal_process): New function.

1988-12-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Fsubst_char_in_region): Fix typo in when to un-modify buf.

1988-12-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (create_process): Take the usg's setpgrp and the close-and
	-open of the tty outside the TIOCNOTTY conditional, since TIOCNOTTY
	is always missing outside BSD.  Now the TIOCNOTTY conditional controls
	only the TIOCNOTTY.

1988-12-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* lread.c (Feval_current_buffer, Feval_region):
	If there is an error, don't restore original point.

	* s-hpux.h (SHORT_CAST_BUG): Define this, for HPUX version 6.2.

	* ymakefile (THIS_IS_YMAKEFILE): Define macro to tell m- files
	to do special things.

	* m/m-ns16000.h (LOAD_AVE_TYPE, etc.): Don't define them if USG.
	* m/m-ns16000.h [USG]: Define various macros differently.

	* sysdep.c (reset_sys_modes): Don't output a CR here.
	* term.c (reset_terminal_modes): Do it here, but first
	do a newline if it's a magic cookie terminal.

	* sysdep.c (sys_suspend) [USG]: Use `nice' to set subshell pri. to 0.

	* sysdep.c (TIOCSETN) [USG]: Use TCSETAW, not TCSETA.

	* sysdep.c (setpriority) [USG]: No longer a no-op; use `nice'.

	* keymap.c (Fwhere_is_internal): New 4th arg inhibits looking thru
	indirect definitions--so you can search for one.

	* alloc.c, fns.c, search.c: Doc fix.

1988-12-01  Richard Stallman  (

	* process.c (read_process_output): Insert with insert_before_markers.

	* filelock.c (lock_file_1, lock_superlock):
	If USG, use chmod instead of fchmod.

	* environ.c (Fsetenv): Doc fix.

1988-11-25  Richard Stallman  (

	* eval.c (do_autoload): Verify FUNNAME is a symbol.

1988-11-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* fileio.c (Fread_file_name): New arg specifies initial minibuf cntnts.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Calls changed.

1988-10-08  Richard Stallman  (

	* insdel.c (make_gap): Error if buffer size exceeds range of Lisp int.

1988-10-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fsplit_window): Prevent error in Fset_window_buffer.

	* sysdep.c (gettimeofday): Store -1 thru tzp so caller knows invalid.

	* xdisp.c (message): Pass 0 as new arg to doprnt.
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively): Likewise.
	* editfns.c (format1):
	* doprnt.c (doprnt): Allow 0 as FORMAT_END arg meaning null-terminated.

1988-10-05  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c: If UNIPLUS, include ioctl.h.

	* sysdep.c (utime): Use new flag IRIS_UTIME, not IRIS.
	* s-iris*.h: Define that flag.

1988-10-04  Richard Stallman  (

	* term.c (term_init): If have `im' capability, permit ins/del char
	even without `ic'.

1988-10-03  Richard Stallman  (

	* m/m-hp9000s300.h: Conditionals for BSD vs HPUX.

	* ymakefile: Look for C_SWITCH_SITE, LD_SWITCH_SITE.

1988-09-30  Richard Stallman  (

	* editfns.c (Fformat): Allow nulls in the format.
	* doprnt.c (doprnt): Likewise.  End of format string is new arg.

1988-09-28  Richard Stallman  (

	* m/m-7300.h: Undefine SHORTNAMES.  Supposedly newer Unix now.

	* print.c (print): Support new var print_length.
	(syms_of_print): Define Lisp var print-length.
	* eval.c (Fbacktrace): Print unevalled form with print_length = 3.

	* Makefile (tags): Add TAGS as alternate target.
	Process the files in ../lisp/term.

1988-09-27  Richard Stallman  (

	* doprnt.c (doprnt): Handle %-20s.
	* editfns.c (Fformat): Likewise (make enough space for it).

	* minibuf.c (do_completion): If get "Complete but not unique" twice
	in a row, display all completions.  New var last_exact_completion.

1988-09-26  Richard Stallman  (

	* dispnew.c (baud_rate): Now a Lisp variable, not a function.
	* termcap.c (tputs) [emacs]: Use baud_rate as the speed.

1988-09-19  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fset_window_configuration): Set deleted windows' buffer
	to nil, via new function delete_all_subwindows.
	* window.c (Fset_window_buffer): Reject deleted windows.
	* window.c (init_window_once): Init the ->buffer fields
	to satisfy error check in Fset_window_buffer.

	* xmenu.c (Fx_popup_menu): 1st arg is now ((X Y) WINDOW).

	* process.c (child_sig): If synch process terminates, clear
	synch_process_pid and record synch_process_death.
	* callproc.c (Fcall_process): Return synch_process_death.
	Always set synch_process_pid and do it with SIGCHLD masked off.
	* sysdep.c (wait_for_termination) [subprocesses and not VMS]:
	Use alarms to check every second whether synch_process_pid is 0.

1988-09-17  Richard Stallman  (

	* xdisp.c (redisplay_window): If window-point is outside restriction
	then correct it in the window.
	* window.c (Fdelete_buffer): Don't change buffer's point to a value
	outside its restriction.

	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes) [MULTI_SCREEN]: Set Vterminal_screen's
	garbaged bit.

1988-09-16  Richard Stallman  (

	* keyboard.c (kbd_buffer_get_char): VMS now uses same code as Unix.

	* vmsproc.c: New file for VMS only.
	* callproc.c [VMS]: Omit Fcall_process and child_setup_tty.
	* emacs.c (main) [VMS]: Call init_vmsproc and syms_of_vmsproc.

	* lread.c (OBARRAY_SIZE): Change slightly to 509 (prime).

	* keyboard.c, dispnew.c, term.c, xterm.c (meta_flag): MetaFlag renamed.
	* keyboard.c (Fset_input_mode): 3rd arg sets meta_flag.
	(syms_of_keyboard): Variable meta-flag deleted.
	* sysdep.c (init_sys_modes): Don't override parity settings
	if meta_flag is 0.

1988-09-15  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c (Fsearch_forward, etc.): All buffer-search functions
	return new the value of point if they succeed.

1988-09-13  Richard Stallman  (

	* cmds.c (Fnewline): Correct test of ARG1 to inhibit auto-fill.

1988-09-12  Richard Stallman  (

	* window.c (Fdelete_window): Put nil as buffer of the deleted window.
	This makes select-window get an error earlier.

1988-09-06  Richard Stallman  (

	* search.c (search_buffer, string_match, looking_at):
	Report matcher stack overflow as error, not just failure to match.

	* data.c (Fmake_local_variable): Add local variable to simplify
	too-complex expression.

	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save): No "file has shrunk" msg if < 5000 chars.

See ChangeLog.2 for earlier changes.

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