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Stuart Rackham  committed b871b7f

Documentation updates.

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File doc/asciidoc.dict

 personal_ws-1.1 en 732 
 Sturmer
+Kléber
 Kleber
-Kléber
 quis
 auctor
 linkcss
 callouts
 bulleted
 starttags
+ListingBlock
 listingblock
-ListingBlock
 eval
 ListLabel
 asc
 TitleBlock
 fmt
 subscripted
+middlename
 MiddleName
-middlename
 subdirectories
 footnoteref
 passtext
 Ghostscript
 verear
 Buenos
+LinuxDoc
 linuxdoc
-LinuxDoc
 PostScript
 hhp
 Vijay
 GPL
 hsides
 upperalpha
+Bólido
 Bolido
-Bólido
 footrow
 misspelt
 WINNT
 hoc
 LiteralParagraphs
 primis
+verbatimblock
 VerbatimBlock
-verbatimblock
 shiftwidth
 misevaluations
 asciidocEmphasized
 fringilla
 retab
 BackendBlocks
+ChangeLog
 changelog
-ChangeLog
 tis
 Ubuntu
 sectids
 vel
 Iisaka's
 localtime
+BlockMacro
 blockmacro
-BlockMacro
 Xandros
 groff
 POSIX
 txt
 BlockId
 passthrough
+Berguvsvägen
 Berguvsvagen
-Berguvsvägen
 noincsearch
 TableRow
 inlinemediaobject
 cb
 tuple
 cd
+asciimathml
+AsciiMathML
 ASCIIMathML
-AsciiMathML
-asciimathml
 arounds
 filename
 mansource
 cp
 xsl
 fb
+DocBook
 docbook
-DocBook
 stylesheet
 pagefile
 superscripted
 colabswidth
 tabsize
 smallnew
+BlockTitles
 blocktitles
-BlockTitles
 localdate
 bodyrow
 hs
 td
 py
 AROUT
+literalblock
 LiteralBlock
-literalblock
 sgml
 biggy
 softtabstop
 blandit
 inline
 Martín
+SectionBody
 sectionbody
-SectionBody
 VM
 conformant
 listchars
 qanda
 noout
 massa
+AsciiDoc
 asciidoc
-AsciiDoc
 manmanual
 TableBody
 realpath

File doc/asciidoc.txt

 . List items beginning with a single period followed by a space. The
   period can be preceded by an optional decimal number.  By default
   items are rendered with an arabic (decimal) numbered style, use the
-  <<X74,numeration attribute>> to specify an alternative number style.
+  'numeration' attribute to specify an alternative number style.
 . List items beginning with two periods followed by a space. An alpha
   character or a roman number (upper or lower case) can optionally be
   used in place of the first period:
   * An attempt is made to set the number style based on number style
     of the first list item.
   * The default style is lowercase alpha.
-  * You can also use the <<X74,numeration2 attribute>> to specify an
+  * You can also use the 'numeration2' attribute to specify an
     alternative number style.
 
+The numbered list 'numeration' and 'numeration2' attributes take the
+following values: 'arabic', 'loweralpha', 'upperalpha', 'lowerroman',
+'upperroman'.
+
 Examples of numbered list items:
 
 .....................................................................
 " Don't move to matched text while search pattern is being entered.
 set noincsearch
 
-" Q command to reformat paragraphs and list.
-nnoremap Q gq}
-
-" W command to delete trailing white space and Dos-returns and to expand tabs
-" to spaces.
-nnoremap W :%s/[\r \t]\+$//<CR>:set et<CR>:retab!<CR>
+" Reformat paragraphs and list.
+nnoremap R gq}
+
+" Delete trailing white space and Dos-returns and to expand tabs to spaces.
+nnoremap S :set et<CR>:retab!<CR>:%s/[\r \t]\+$//<CR>
 
 autocmd BufRead,BufNewFile *.txt,README,TODO,CHANGELOG,NOTES
         \ setlocal autoindent expandtab tabstop=8 softtabstop=2 shiftwidth=2 filetype=asciidoc
 |compact |docbook, xhtml11 |bulleted list, numbered list|
 Minimizes vertical space in the list
 
-|enumeration, enumeration2 |docbook, xhtml11, html4 |numbered list|
-The following values can be used to set the numbering style of
-numbered list items: 'arabic', 'loweralpha', 'upperalpha',
-'lowerroman', 'upperroman'.
-
 |strong |xhtml11,html4 |labeled lists|
 Emboldens label text.
 

File doc/asciimathml.txt

 ====================
 
 http://www1.chapman.edu/~jipsen/mathml/asciimath.html[ASCIIMathML] is
-a clever JavaScript written by Peter Jipsen that transforms
-mathematical formulae written in plain text to standard mathematical
-notation on an HTML page. See 'Appendix E' in the AsciiDoc User Guide
-for more details.
+a clever JavaScript written by Peter Jipsen that dynamically
+transforms mathematical formulae written in a wiki-like plain text
+markup to http://www.w3.org/Math/[MathML] markup which is displayed as
+standard mathematical notation by the Web Browser.  See 'Appendix E'
+in the AsciiDoc User Guide for more details.
 
 The AsciiDoc `xhtml11` backend supports ASCIIMathML -- it links the
 ASCIIMathML script and escapes ASCIIMathML delimiters and special