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;;; Do NOT edit this file!
;;; It is automatically generated using "make autoloads"
;;; See update-autoloads.sh and autoload.el for more details.


;;;### (autoloads (BibTeX-auto-store) "latex" "auctex/latex.el")

(autoload 'BibTeX-auto-store "latex" "\
This function should be called from bibtex-mode-hook.
It will setup BibTeX to store keys in an auto file." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "tex-info" "auctex/tex-info.el")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (japanese-latex-mode japanese-plain-tex-mode) "tex-jp" "auctex/tex-jp.el")

(autoload 'japanese-plain-tex-mode "tex-jp" "\
Major mode for editing files of input for Japanese plain TeX.
Set japanese-TeX-mode to t, and enters plain-tex-mode." t nil)

(autoload 'japanese-latex-mode "tex-jp" "\
Major mode for editing files of input for Japanese plain TeX.
Set japanese-TeX-mode to t, and enters latex-mode." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (TeX-submit-bug-report TeX-insert-quote TeX-auto-generate-global TeX-auto-generate ams-tex-mode) "tex" "auctex/tex.el")

(autoload 'ams-tex-mode "tex" "\
Major mode for editing files of input for AmS TeX.
See info under AUC TeX for documentation.

Special commands:
\\{TeX-mode-map}
 
Entering AmS-tex-mode calls the value of text-mode-hook,
then the value of TeX-mode-hook, and then the value
of AmS-TeX-mode-hook." t nil)

(autoload 'TeX-auto-generate "tex" "\
Generate style file for TEX and store it in AUTO.  
If TEX is a directory, generate style files for all files in the directory." t nil)

(autoload 'TeX-auto-generate-global "tex" "\
Create global auto directory for global TeX macro definitions." t nil)

(autoload 'TeX-insert-quote "tex" "\
Insert the appropriate quote marks for TeX.
Inserts the value of `TeX-open-quote' (normally ``) or `TeX-close-quote'
\(normally '') depending on the context.  If `TeX-quote-after-quote'
is non-nil, this insertion works only after \". 
With prefix argument, always inserts \" characters." t nil)

(autoload 'TeX-submit-bug-report "tex" "\
Submit via mail a bug report on AUC TeX" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (batch-byte-recompile-directory batch-byte-recompile-directory-norecurse batch-byte-compile display-call-tree byte-compile-sexp byte-compile compile-defun byte-compile-file byte-recompile-file byte-recompile-directory byte-force-recompile) "bytecomp" "bytecomp/bytecomp.el")

(autoload 'byte-force-recompile "bytecomp" "\
Recompile every `.el' file in DIRECTORY that already has a `.elc' file.
Files in subdirectories of DIRECTORY are processed also." t nil)

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

If the `.elc' file does not exist, normally the `.el' file is *not* compiled.
But a prefix argument (optional second arg) means ask user,
for each such `.el' file, whether to compile it.  Prefix argument 0 means
don't ask and compile the file anyway.

A nonzero prefix argument also means ask about each subdirectory.

If the fourth argument FORCE is non-nil,
recompile every `.el' file that already has a `.elc' file." t nil)

(autoload 'byte-recompile-file "bytecomp" "\
Recompile a file of Lisp code named FILENAME if it needs recompilation.
This is if the `.elc' file exists but is older than the `.el' file.

If the `.elc' file does not exist, normally the `.el' file is *not*
compiled.  But a prefix argument (optional second arg) means ask user
whether to compile it.  Prefix argument 0 don't ask and recompile anyway." t nil)

(autoload 'byte-compile-file "bytecomp" "\
Compile a file of Lisp code named FILENAME into a file of byte code.
The output file's name is made by appending `c' to the end of FILENAME.
With prefix arg (noninteractively: 2nd arg), load the file after compiling." t nil)

(autoload 'compile-defun "bytecomp" "\
Compile and evaluate the current top-level form.
Print the result in the minibuffer.
With argument, insert value in current buffer after the form." t nil)

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

(autoload 'byte-compile-sexp "bytecomp" "\
Compile and return SEXP." nil nil)

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

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

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

(autoload 'batch-byte-compile "bytecomp" "\
Run `byte-compile-file' on the files remaining on the command line.
Use this from the command line, with `-batch';
it won't work in an interactive Emacs.
Each file is processed even if an error occurred previously.
For example, invoke \"emacs -batch -f batch-byte-compile $emacs/ ~/*.el\"" nil nil)

(autoload 'batch-byte-recompile-directory-norecurse "bytecomp" "\
Same as `batch-byte-recompile-directory' but without recursion." nil nil)

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

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (disassemble) "disass" "bytecomp/disass.el")

(autoload 'disassemble "disass" "\
Print disassembled code for OBJECT in (optional) BUFFER.
OBJECT can be a symbol defined as a function, or a function itself
\(a lambda expression or a compiled-function object).
If OBJECT is not already compiled, we compile it, but do not
redefine OBJECT if it is a symbol." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "cal-dst" "calendar/cal-dst.el")

(put 'calendar-daylight-savings-starts 'risky-local-variable t)

(put 'calendar-daylight-savings-ends 'risky-local-variable t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "cal-x" "calendar/cal-x.el")

(defvar calendar-setup 'one-frame "\
The frame set up of the calendar.
The choices are `one-frame' (calendar and diary together in one separate,
dediciated frame) or `two-frames' (calendar and diary in separate, dedicated
frames); with any other value the current frame is used.")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (list-yahrzeit-dates calendar) "calendar" "calendar/calendar.el")

(defcustom calendar-week-start-day 0 "*The day of the week on which a week in the calendar begins.\n0 means Sunday (default), 1 means Monday, and so on." :type 'integer :group 'calendar)

(defcustom calendar-offset 0 "*The offset of the principal month from the center of the calendar window.\n0 means the principal month is in the center (default), -1 means on the left,\n+1 means on the right.  Larger (or smaller) values push the principal month off\nthe screen." :type 'integer :group 'calendar)

(defcustom view-diary-entries-initially nil "*Non-nil means display current date's diary entries on entry.\nThe diary is displayed in another window when the calendar is first displayed,\nif the current date is visible.  The number of days of diary entries displayed\nis governed by the variable `number-of-diary-entries'." :type 'boolean :group 'diary)

(defcustom number-of-diary-entries 1 "*Specifies how many days of diary entries are to be displayed initially.\nThis variable affects the diary display when the command M-x diary is used,\nor if the value of the variable `view-diary-entries-initially' is t.  For\nexample, if the default value 1 is used, then only the current day's diary\nentries will be displayed.  If the value 2 is used, then both the current\nday's and the next day's entries will be displayed.\n\nThe value can also be a vector such as [0 2 2 2 2 4 1]; this value\nsays to display no diary entries on Sunday, the display the entries\nfor the current date and the day after on Monday through Thursday,\ndisplay Friday through Monday's entries on Friday, and display only\nSaturday's entries on Saturday.\n\nThis variable does not affect the diary display with the `d' command\nfrom the calendar; in that case, the prefix argument controls the\nnumber of days of diary entries displayed." :type 'integer :group 'diary)

(defcustom mark-diary-entries-in-calendar nil "*Non-nil means mark dates with diary entries, in the calendar window.\nThe marking symbol is specified by the variable `diary-entry-marker'." :type 'boolean :group 'diary)

(defcustom view-calendar-holidays-initially nil "*Non-nil means display holidays for current three month period on entry.\nThe holidays are displayed in another window when the calendar is first\ndisplayed." :type 'boolean :group 'holidays)

(defcustom mark-holidays-in-calendar nil "*Non-nil means mark dates of holidays in the calendar window.\nThe marking symbol is specified by the variable `calendar-holiday-marker'." :type 'boolean :group 'holidays)

(defcustom all-hebrew-calendar-holidays nil "*If nil, show only major holidays from the Hebrew calendar.\nThis means only those Jewish holidays that appear on secular calendars.\n\nIf t, show all the holidays that would appear in a complete Hebrew calendar." :type 'boolean :group 'holidays)

(defcustom all-christian-calendar-holidays nil "*If nil, show only major holidays from the Christian calendar.\nThis means only those Christian holidays that appear on secular calendars.\n\nIf t, show all the holidays that would appear in a complete Christian\ncalendar." :type 'boolean :group 'holidays)

(defcustom all-islamic-calendar-holidays nil "*If nil, show only major holidays from the Islamic calendar.\nThis means only those Islamic holidays that appear on secular calendars.\n\nIf t, show all the holidays that would appear in a complete Islamic\ncalendar." :type 'boolean :group 'holidays)

(defcustom calendar-load-hook nil "*List of functions to be called after the calendar is first loaded.\nThis is the place to add key bindings to `calendar-mode-map'." :type 'hook :group 'calendar)

(defcustom initial-calendar-window-hook nil "*List of functions to be called when the calendar window is first opened.\nThe functions invoked are called after the calendar window is opened, but\nonce opened is never called again.  Leaving the calendar with the `q' command\nand reentering it will cause these functions to be called again." :type 'hook :group 'calendar)

(defcustom today-visible-calendar-hook nil "*List of functions called whenever the current date is visible.\nThis can be used, for example, to replace today's date with asterisks; a\nfunction `calendar-star-date' is included for this purpose:\n    (setq today-visible-calendar-hook 'calendar-star-date)\nIt can also be used to mark the current date with `calendar-today-marker';\na function is also provided for this:\n    (setq today-visible-calendar-hook 'calendar-mark-today)\n\nThe corresponding variable `today-invisible-calendar-hook' is the list of\nfunctions called when the calendar function was called when the current\ndate is not visible in the window.\n\nOther than the use of the provided functions, the changing of any\ncharacters in the calendar buffer by the hooks may cause the failure of the\nfunctions that move by days and weeks." :type 'hook :group 'calendar)

(defcustom today-invisible-calendar-hook nil "*List of functions called whenever the current date is not visible.\n\nThe corresponding variable `today-visible-calendar-hook' is the list of\nfunctions called when the calendar function was called when the current\ndate is visible in the window.\n\nOther than the use of the provided functions, the changing of any\ncharacters in the calendar buffer by the hooks may cause the failure of the\nfunctions that move by days and weeks." :type 'hook :group 'calendar)

(defcustom diary-file "~/diary" "*Name of the file in which one's personal diary of dates is kept.\n\nThe file's entries are lines in any of the forms\n\n            MONTH/DAY\n            MONTH/DAY/YEAR\n            MONTHNAME DAY\n            MONTHNAME DAY, YEAR\n            DAYNAME\n\nat the beginning of the line; the remainder of the line is the diary entry\nstring for that date.  MONTH and DAY are one or two digit numbers, YEAR is\na number and may be written in full or abbreviated to the final two digits.\nIf the date does not contain a year, it is generic and applies to any year.\nDAYNAME entries apply to any date on which is on that day of the week.\nMONTHNAME and DAYNAME can be spelled in full, abbreviated to three\ncharacters (with or without a period), capitalized or not.  Any of DAY,\nMONTH, or MONTHNAME, YEAR can be `*' which matches any day, month, or year,\nrespectively.\n\nThe European style (in which the day precedes the month) can be used\ninstead, if you execute `european-calendar' when in the calendar, or set\n`european-calendar-style' to t in your .emacs file.  The European forms are\n\n            DAY/MONTH\n            DAY/MONTH/YEAR\n            DAY MONTHNAME\n            DAY MONTHNAME YEAR\n            DAYNAME\n\nTo revert to the default American style from the European style, execute\n`american-calendar' in the calendar.\n\nA diary entry can be preceded by the character\n`diary-nonmarking-symbol' (ordinarily `&') to make that entry\nnonmarking--that is, it will not be marked on dates in the calendar\nwindow but will appear in a diary window.\n\nMultiline diary entries are made by indenting lines after the first with\neither a TAB or one or more spaces.\n\nLines not in one the above formats are ignored.  Here are some sample diary\nentries (in the default American style):\n\n     12/22/1988 Twentieth wedding anniversary!!\n     &1/1. Happy New Year!\n     10/22 Ruth's birthday.\n     21: Payday\n     Tuesday--weekly meeting with grad students at 10am\n              Supowit, Shen, Bitner, and Kapoor to attend.\n     1/13/89 Friday the thirteenth!!\n     &thu 4pm squash game with Lloyd.\n     mar 16 Dad's birthday\n     April 15, 1989 Income tax due.\n     &* 15 time cards due.\n\nIf the first line of a diary entry consists only of the date or day name with\nno trailing blanks or punctuation, then that line is not displayed in the\ndiary window; only the continuation lines is shown.  For example, the\nsingle diary entry\n\n     02/11/1989\n      Bill Blattner visits Princeton today\n      2pm Cognitive Studies Committee meeting\n      2:30-5:30 Lizzie at Lawrenceville for `Group Initiative'\n      4:00pm Jamie Tappenden\n      7:30pm Dinner at George and Ed's for Alan Ryan\n      7:30-10:00pm dance at Stewart Country Day School\n\nwill appear in the diary window without the date line at the beginning.  This\nfacility allows the diary window to look neater, but can cause confusion if\nused with more than one day's entries displayed.\n\nDiary entries can be based on Lisp sexps.  For example, the diary entry\n\n      %%(diary-block 11 1 1990 11 10 1990) Vacation\n\ncauses the diary entry \"Vacation\" to appear from November 1 through November\n10, 1990.  Other functions available are `diary-float', `diary-anniversary',\n`diary-cyclic', `diary-day-of-year', `diary-iso-date', `diary-french-date',\n`diary-hebrew-date', `diary-islamic-date', `diary-mayan-date',\n`diary-yahrzeit', `diary-sunrise-sunset', `diary-phases-of-moon',\n`diary-parasha', `diary-omer', `diary-rosh-hodesh', and\n`diary-sabbath-candles'.  See the documentation for the function\n`list-sexp-diary-entries' for more details.\n\nDiary entries based on the Hebrew and/or the Islamic calendar are also\npossible, but because these are somewhat slow, they are ignored\nunless you set the `nongregorian-diary-listing-hook' and the\n`nongregorian-diary-marking-hook' appropriately.  See the documentation\nfor these functions for details.\n\nDiary files can contain directives to include the contents of other files; for\ndetails, see the documentation for the variable `list-diary-entries-hook'." :type 'file :group 'diary)

(defcustom diary-nonmarking-symbol "&" "*Symbol indicating that a diary entry is not to be marked in the calendar." :type 'string :group 'diary)

(defcustom hebrew-diary-entry-symbol "H" "*Symbol indicating a diary entry according to the Hebrew calendar." :type 'string :group 'diary)

(defcustom islamic-diary-entry-symbol "I" "*Symbol indicating a diary entry according to the Islamic calendar." :type 'string :group 'diary)

(defcustom diary-include-string "#include" "*The string indicating inclusion of another file of diary entries.\nSee the documentation for the function `include-other-diary-files'." :type 'string :group 'diary)

(defcustom sexp-diary-entry-symbol "%%" "*The string used to indicate a sexp diary entry in diary-file.\nSee the documentation for the function `list-sexp-diary-entries'." :type 'string :group 'diary)

(defcustom abbreviated-calendar-year t "*Interpret a two-digit year DD in a diary entry as either 19DD or 20DD.\nFor the Gregorian calendar; similarly for the Hebrew and Islamic calendars.\nIf this variable is nil, years must be written in full." :type 'boolean :group 'diary)

(defcustom european-calendar-style nil "*Use the European style of dates in the diary and in any displays.\nIf this variable is t, a date 1/2/1990 would be interpreted as February 1,\n1990.  The accepted European date styles are\n\n            DAY/MONTH\n            DAY/MONTH/YEAR\n            DAY MONTHNAME\n            DAY MONTHNAME YEAR\n            DAYNAME\n\nNames can be capitalized or not, written in full, or abbreviated to three\ncharacters with or without a period." :type 'boolean :group 'diary)

(defcustom american-date-diary-pattern '((month "/" day "[^/0-9]") (month "/" day "/" year "[^0-9]") (monthname " *" day "[^,0-9]") (monthname " *" day ", *" year "[^0-9]") (dayname "\\W")) "*List of pseudo-patterns describing the American patterns of date used.\nSee the documentation of `diary-date-forms' for an explanation." :type '(repeat (choice (cons :tag "Backup" (const backup) (repeat (list :inline t :format "%v" (symbol :tag "Keyword") (choice symbol regexp)))) (repeat (list :inline t :format "%v" (symbol :tag "Keyword") (choice symbol regexp))))) :group 'diary)

(defcustom european-date-diary-pattern '((day "/" month "[^/0-9]") (day "/" month "/" year "[^0-9]") (backup day " *" monthname "\\W+\\<[^*0-9]") (day " *" monthname " *" year "[^0-9]") (dayname "\\W")) "*List of pseudo-patterns describing the European patterns of date used.\nSee the documentation of `diary-date-forms' for an explanation." :type '(repeat (choice (cons :tag "Backup" (const backup) (repeat (list :inline t :format "%v" (symbol :tag "Keyword") (choice symbol regexp)))) (repeat (list :inline t :format "%v" (symbol :tag "Keyword") (choice symbol regexp))))) :group 'diary)

(defcustom european-calendar-display-form '((if dayname (concat dayname ", ")) day " " monthname " " year) "*Pseudo-pattern governing the way a date appears in the European style.\nSee the documentation of calendar-date-display-form for an explanation." :type 'sexp :group 'calendar)

(defcustom american-calendar-display-form '((if dayname (concat dayname ", ")) monthname " " day ", " year) "*Pseudo-pattern governing the way a date appears in the American style.\nSee the documentation of `calendar-date-display-form' for an explanation." :type 'sexp :group 'calendar)

(defcustom print-diary-entries-hook 'lpr-buffer "*List of functions called after a temporary diary buffer is prepared.\nThe buffer shows only the diary entries currently visible in the diary\nbuffer.  The default just does the printing.  Other uses might include, for\nexample, rearranging the lines into order by day and time, saving the buffer\ninstead of deleting it, or changing the function used to do the printing." :type 'hook :group 'diary)

(defcustom list-diary-entries-hook nil "*List of functions called after diary file is culled for relevant entries.\nIt is to be used for diary entries that are not found in the diary file.\n\nA function `include-other-diary-files' is provided for use as the value of\nthis hook.  This function enables you to use shared diary files together\nwith your own.  The files included are specified in the diary file by lines\nof the form\n\n        #include \"filename\"\n\nThis is recursive; that is, #include directives in files thus included are\nobeyed.  You can change the \"#include\" to some other string by changing\nthe variable `diary-include-string'.  When you use `include-other-diary-files'\nas part of the list-diary-entries-hook, you will probably also want to use the\nfunction `mark-included-diary-files' as part of `mark-diary-entries-hook'.\n\nFor example, you could use\n\n     (setq list-diary-entries-hook\n       '(include-other-diary-files sort-diary-entries))\n     (setq diary-display-hook 'fancy-diary-display)\n\nin your `.emacs' file to cause the fancy diary buffer to be displayed with\ndiary entries from various included files, each day's entries sorted into\nlexicographic order." :type 'hook :group 'diary)

(defcustom diary-hook nil "*List of functions called after the display of the diary.\nCan be used for appointment notification." :type 'hook :group 'diary)

(defcustom diary-display-hook nil "*List of functions that handle the display of the diary.\nIf nil (the default), `simple-diary-display' is used.  Use `ignore' for no\ndiary display.\n\nOrdinarily, this just displays the diary buffer (with holidays indicated in\nthe mode line), if there are any relevant entries.  At the time these\nfunctions are called, the variable `diary-entries-list' is a list, in order\nby date, of all relevant diary entries in the form of ((MONTH DAY YEAR)\nSTRING), where string is the diary entry for the given date.  This can be\nused, for example, a different buffer for display (perhaps combined with\nholidays), or produce hard copy output.\n\nA function `fancy-diary-display' is provided as an alternative\nchoice for this hook; this function prepares a special noneditable diary\nbuffer with the relevant diary entries that has neat day-by-day arrangement\nwith headings.  The fancy diary buffer will show the holidays unless the\nvariable `holidays-in-diary-buffer' is set to nil.  Ordinarily, the fancy\ndiary buffer will not show days for which there are no diary entries, even\nif that day is a holiday; if you want such days to be shown in the fancy\ndiary buffer, set the variable `diary-list-include-blanks' to t." :type 'hook :group 'diary)

(defcustom nongregorian-diary-listing-hook nil "*List of functions called for listing diary file and included files.\nAs the files are processed for diary entries, these functions are used to cull\nrelevant entries.  You can use either or both of `list-hebrew-diary-entries'\nand `list-islamic-diary-entries'.  The documentation for these functions\ndescribes the style of such diary entries." :type 'hook :group 'diary)

(defcustom mark-diary-entries-hook nil "*List of functions called after marking diary entries in the calendar.\n\nA function `mark-included-diary-files' is also provided for use as the\nmark-diary-entries-hook; it enables you to use shared diary files together\nwith your own.  The files included are specified in the diary file by lines\nof the form\n        #include \"filename\"\nThis is recursive; that is, #include directives in files thus included are\nobeyed.  You can change the \"#include\" to some other string by changing the\nvariable `diary-include-string'.  When you use `mark-included-diary-files' as\npart of the mark-diary-entries-hook, you will probably also want to use the\nfunction `include-other-diary-files' as part of `list-diary-entries-hook'." :type 'hook :group 'diary)

(defcustom nongregorian-diary-marking-hook nil "*List of functions called for marking diary file and included files.\nAs the files are processed for diary entries, these functions are used to cull\nrelevant entries.  You can use either or both of `mark-hebrew-diary-entries'\nand `mark-islamic-diary-entries'.  The documentation for these functions\ndescribes the style of such diary entries." :type 'hook :group 'diary)

(defcustom diary-list-include-blanks nil "*If nil, do not include days with no diary entry in the list of diary entries.\nSuch days will then not be shown in the fancy diary buffer, even if they\nare holidays." :type 'boolean :group 'diary)

(defcustom holidays-in-diary-buffer t "*Non-nil means include holidays in the diary display.\nThe holidays appear in the mode line of the diary buffer, or in the\nfancy diary buffer next to the date.  This slows down the diary functions\nsomewhat; setting it to nil makes the diary display faster." :type 'boolean :group 'diary)

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

(put 'general-holidays 'risky-local-variable t)

(defcustom local-holidays nil "*Local holidays.\nSee the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details." :type 'sexp :group 'holidays :group 'local)

(put 'local-holidays 'risky-local-variable t)

(defcustom other-holidays nil "*User defined holidays.\nSee the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details." :type 'sexp :group 'holidays)

(put 'other-holidays 'risky-local-variable t)

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

(put 'hebrew-holidays-1 'risky-local-variable t)

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

(put 'hebrew-holidays-2 'risky-local-variable t)

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

(put 'hebrew-holidays-3 'risky-local-variable t)

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

(put 'hebrew-holidays-4 'risky-local-variable t)

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

(put 'hebrew-holidays 'risky-local-variable t)

(defvar christian-holidays '((if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 1 6 "Epiphany")) (holiday-easter-etc) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-greek-orthodox-easter)) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-fixed 8 15 "Assumption")) (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-advent)) (holiday-fixed 12 25 "Christmas") (if all-christian-calendar-holidays (holiday-julian 12 25 "Eastern Orthodox Christmas"))) "\
*Christian holidays.
See the documentation for `calendar-holidays' for details.")

(put 'christian-holidays 'risky-local-variable t)

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

(put 'islamic-holidays 'risky-local-variable t)

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

(put 'solar-holidays 'risky-local-variable t)

(defvar calendar-holidays (append general-holidays local-holidays other-holidays christian-holidays hebrew-holidays islamic-holidays solar-holidays) "\
*List of notable days for the command M-x holidays.

Additional holidays are easy to add to the list, just put them in the list
`other-holidays' in your .emacs file.  Similarly, by setting any of
`general-holidays', `local-holidays' `christian-holidays', `hebrew-holidays',
`islamic-holidays', or `solar-holidays' to nil in your .emacs file, you can
eliminate unwanted categories of holidays.  The intention is that (in the US)
`local-holidays' be set in site-init.el and `other-holidays' be set by the
user.

Entries on the list are expressions that return (possibly empty) lists of
items of the form ((month day year) string) of a holiday in the in the
three-month period centered around `displayed-month' of `displayed-year'.
Several basic functions are provided for this purpose:

    (holiday-fixed MONTH DAY STRING) is a fixed date on the Gregorian calendar
    (holiday-float MONTH DAYNAME K STRING &optional day) is the Kth DAYNAME in
                               MONTH on the Gregorian calendar (0 for Sunday,
                               etc.); K<0 means count back from the end of the
                               month. An optional parameter DAY means the Kth
                               DAYNAME after/before MONTH DAY.
    (holiday-hebrew MONTH DAY STRING)  a fixed date on the Hebrew calendar
    (holiday-islamic MONTH DAY STRING) a fixed date on the Islamic calendar
    (holiday-julian MONTH DAY STRING)  a fixed date on the Julian calendar
    (holiday-sexp SEXP STRING) SEXP is a Gregorian-date-valued expression
                               in the variable `year'; if it evaluates to
                               a visible date, that's the holiday; if it
                               evaluates to nil, there's no holiday.  STRING
                               is an expression in the variable `date'.

For example, to add Bastille Day, celebrated in France on July 14, add

     (holiday-fixed 7 14 \"Bastille Day\")

to the list.  To add Hurricane Supplication Day, celebrated in the Virgin
Islands on the fourth Monday in August, add

     (holiday-float 8 1 4 \"Hurricane Supplication Day\")

to the list (the last Monday would be specified with `-1' instead of `4').
To add the last day of Hanukkah to the list, use

     (holiday-hebrew 10 2 \"Last day of Hanukkah\")

since the Hebrew months are numbered with 1 starting from Nisan, while to
add the Islamic feast celebrating Mohammed's birthday use

     (holiday-islamic 3 12 \"Mohammed's Birthday\")

since the Islamic months are numbered from 1 starting with Muharram.  To
add Thomas Jefferson's birthday, April 2, 1743 (Julian), use

     (holiday-julian 4 2 \"Jefferson's Birthday\")

To include a holiday conditionally, use the sexp form or a conditional.  For
example, to include American presidential elections, which occur on the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in November of years divisible by 4, add

     (holiday-sexp
       (if (zerop (% year 4))
           (calendar-gregorian-from-absolute
             (1+ (calendar-dayname-on-or-before
                   1 (+ 6 (calendar-absolute-from-gregorian
                            (list 11 1 year)))))))
       \"US Presidential Election\")

or

     (if (zerop (% displayed-year 4))
         (holiday-fixed 11
                (extract-calendar-day
                 (calendar-gregorian-from-absolute
                  (1+ (calendar-dayname-on-or-before
                       1 (+ 6 (calendar-absolute-from-gregorian
                               (list 11 1 displayed-year)))))))
                \"US Presidential Election\"))

to the list.  To include the phases of the moon, add

     (lunar-phases)

to the holiday list, where `lunar-phases' is an Emacs-Lisp function that
you've written to return a (possibly empty) list of the relevant VISIBLE dates
with descriptive strings such as

     (((2 6 1989) \"New Moon\") ((2 12 1989) \"First Quarter Moon\") ... ).")

(put 'calendar-holidays 'risky-local-variable t)

(autoload 'calendar "calendar" "\
Display a three-month calendar in another window.
The three months appear side by side, with the current month in the middle
surrounded by the previous and next months.  The cursor is put on today's date.

If called with an optional prefix argument, prompts for month and year.

This function is suitable for execution in a .emacs file; appropriate setting
of the variable `view-diary-entries-initially' will cause the diary entries for
the current date to be displayed in another window.  The value of the variable
`number-of-diary-entries' controls the number of days of diary entries
displayed upon initial display of the calendar.

An optional prefix argument ARG causes the calendar displayed to be ARG
months in the future if ARG is positive or in the past if ARG is negative;
in this case the cursor goes on the first day of the month.

Once in the calendar window, future or past months can be moved into view.
Arbitrary months can be displayed, or the calendar can be scrolled forward
or backward.

The cursor can be moved forward or backward by one day, one week, one month,
or one year.  All of these commands take prefix arguments which, when negative,
cause movement in the opposite direction.  For convenience, the digit keys
and the minus sign are automatically prefixes.  The window is replotted as
necessary to display the desired date.

Diary entries can be marked on the calendar or displayed in another window.

Use M-x describe-mode for details of the key bindings in the calendar window.

The Gregorian calendar is assumed.

After loading the calendar, the hooks given by the variable
`calendar-load-hook' are run.  This is the place to add key bindings to the
calendar-mode-map.

After preparing the calendar window initially, the hooks given by the variable
`initial-calendar-window-hook' are run.

The hooks given by the variable `today-visible-calendar-hook' are run
everytime the calendar window gets scrolled, if the current date is visible
in the window.  If it is not visible, the hooks given by the variable
`today-invisible-calendar-hook' are run.  Thus, for example, setting
`today-visible-calendar-hook' to 'calendar-star-date will cause today's date
to be replaced by asterisks to highlight it whenever it is in the window." t nil)

(autoload 'list-yahrzeit-dates "calendar" "\
List Yahrzeit dates for *Gregorian* DEATH-DATE from START-YEAR to END-YEAR.
When called interactively from the calendar window, the date of death is taken
from the cursor position." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (diary) "diary-lib" "calendar/diary-lib.el")

(autoload 'diary "diary-lib" "\
Generate the diary window for ARG days starting with the current date.
If no argument is provided, the number of days of diary entries is governed
by the variable `number-of-diary-entries'.  This function is suitable for
execution in a `.emacs' file." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (holidays) "holidays" "calendar/holidays.el")

(autoload 'holidays "holidays" "\
Display the holidays for last month, this month, and next month.
If called with an optional prefix argument, prompts for month and year.

This function is suitable for execution in a .emacs file." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (phases-of-moon) "lunar" "calendar/lunar.el")

(autoload 'phases-of-moon "lunar" "\
Display the quarters of the moon for last month, this month, and next month.
If called with an optional prefix argument, prompts for month and year.

This function is suitable for execution in a .emacs file." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (solar-equinoxes-solstices sunrise-sunset) "solar" "calendar/solar.el")

(defvar calendar-time-display-form '(12-hours ":" minutes am-pm (if time-zone " (") time-zone (if time-zone ")")) "\
*The pseudo-pattern that governs the way a time of day is formatted.

A pseudo-pattern is a list of expressions that can involve the keywords
`12-hours', `24-hours', and `minutes',  all numbers in string form,
and `am-pm' and `time-zone',  both alphabetic strings.

For example, the form

  '(24-hours \":\" minutes
    (if time-zone \" (\") time-zone (if time-zone \")\"))

would give military-style times like `21:07 (UTC)'.")

(defvar calendar-latitude nil "\
*Latitude of `calendar-location-name' in degrees.

The value can be either a decimal fraction (one place of accuracy is
sufficient), + north, - south, such as 40.7 for New York City, or the value
can be a vector [degrees minutes north/south] such as [40 50 north] for New
York City.

This variable should be set in site-local.el.")

(defvar calendar-longitude nil "\
*Longitude of `calendar-location-name' in degrees.

The value can be either a decimal fraction (one place of accuracy is
sufficient), + east, - west, such as -73.9 for New York City, or the value
can be a vector [degrees minutes east/west] such as [73 55 west] for New
York City.

This variable should be set in site-local.el.")

(defvar calendar-location-name '(let ((float-output-format "%.1f")) (format "%s%s, %s%s" (if (numberp calendar-latitude) (abs calendar-latitude) (+ (aref calendar-latitude 0) (/ (aref calendar-latitude 1) 60.0))) (if (numberp calendar-latitude) (if (> calendar-latitude 0) "N" "S") (if (equal (aref calendar-latitude 2) 'north) "N" "S")) (if (numberp calendar-longitude) (abs calendar-longitude) (+ (aref calendar-longitude 0) (/ (aref calendar-longitude 1) 60.0))) (if (numberp calendar-longitude) (if (> calendar-longitude 0) "E" "W") (if (equal (aref calendar-latitude 2) 'east) "E" "W")))) "\
*Expression evaluating to name of `calendar-longitude', calendar-latitude'.
For example, \"New York City\".  Default value is just the latitude, longitude
pair.

This variable should be set in site-local.el.")

(autoload 'sunrise-sunset "solar" "\
Local time of sunrise and sunset for today.  Accurate to +/- 2 minutes.
If called with an optional prefix argument, prompt for date.

If called with an optional double prefix argument, prompt for longitude,
latitude, time zone, and date, and always use standard time.

This function is suitable for execution in a .emacs file." t nil)

(autoload 'solar-equinoxes-solstices "solar" "\
Date and time of equinoxes and solstices, if visible in the calendar window.
Requires floating point." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (comint-dynamic-list-completions comint-dynamic-complete comint-run make-comint) "comint" "comint/comint.el")

(autoload 'make-comint "comint" "\
Make a comint process NAME in a buffer, running PROGRAM.
The name of the buffer is made by surrounding NAME with `*'s.
PROGRAM should be either a string denoting an executable program to create
via `start-process', or a cons pair of the form (HOST . SERVICE) denoting a TCP
connection to be opened via `open-network-stream'.  If there is already a
running process in that buffer, it is not restarted.  Optional third arg
STARTFILE is the name of a file to send the contents of to the process.

If PROGRAM is a string, any more args are arguments to PROGRAM." nil nil)

(autoload 'comint-run "comint" "\
Run PROGRAM in a comint buffer and switch to it.
The buffer name is made by surrounding the file name of PROGRAM with `*'s.
The file name is used to make a symbol name, such as `comint-sh-hook', and any
hooks on this symbol are run in the buffer.
See `make-comint' and `comint-exec'." t nil)

(autoload 'comint-dynamic-complete "comint" "\
Dynamically perform completion at point.
Calls the functions in `comint-dynamic-complete-functions' to perform
completion until a function returns non-nil, at which point completion is
assumed to have occurred." t nil)

(autoload 'comint-dynamic-list-completions "comint" "\
List in help buffer sorted COMPLETIONS.
Typing SPC flushes the help buffer." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gdb) "gdb" "comint/gdb.el")

(defvar gdb-command-name "gdb" "\
Pathname for executing gdb.")

(autoload 'gdb "gdb" "\
Run gdb on program FILE in buffer *gdb-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for GDB.  If you wish to change this, use
the GDB commands `cd DIR' and `directory'." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gdbsrc) "gdbsrc" "comint/gdbsrc.el")

(autoload 'gdbsrc "gdbsrc" "\
Activates a gdb session with gdbsrc-mode turned on.  A numeric prefix
argument can be used to specify a running process to attach, and a non-numeric
prefix argument will cause you to be prompted for a core file to debug." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (perldb xdb dbx sdb) "gud" "comint/gud.el")

(autoload 'sdb "gud" "\
Run sdb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger." t nil)

(autoload 'dbx "gud" "\
Run dbx on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger." t nil)

(autoload 'xdb "gud" "\
Run xdb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger.

You can set the variable 'gud-xdb-directories' to a list of program source
directories if your program contains sources from more than one directory." t nil)

(autoload 'perldb "gud" "\
Run perldb on program FILE in buffer *gud-FILE*.
The directory containing FILE becomes the initial working directory
and source-file directory for your debugger." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "inf-lisp" "comint/inf-lisp.el")

(add-hook 'same-window-buffer-names "*inferior-lisp*")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (rlogin) "rlogin" "comint/rlogin.el")

(add-hook 'same-window-regexps "^\\*rlogin-.*\\*\\(\\|<[0-9]+>\\)")

(autoload 'rlogin "rlogin" "\
Open a network login connection to HOST via the `rlogin' program.
Input is sent line-at-a-time to the remote connection.

Communication with the remote host is recorded in a buffer `*rlogin-HOST*'
\(or `*rlogin-USER@HOST*' if the remote username differs).
If a prefix argument is given and the buffer `*rlogin-HOST*' already exists,
a new buffer with a different connection will be made.

When called from a program, if the optional second argument is a string or 
buffer, it names the buffer to use.

The variable `rlogin-program' contains the name of the actual program to
run.  It can be a relative or absolute path.

The variable `rlogin-explicit-args' is a list of arguments to give to
the rlogin when starting.  They are added after any arguments given in
INPUT-ARGS.

If the default value of `rlogin-directory-tracking-mode' is t, then the
default directory in that buffer is set to a remote (FTP) file name to
access your home directory on the remote machine.  Occasionally this causes
an error, if you cannot access the home directory on that machine.  This
error is harmless as long as you don't try to use that default directory.

If `rlogin-directory-tracking-mode' is neither t nor nil, then the default
directory is initially set up to your (local) home directory.
This is useful if the remote machine and your local machine
share the same files via NFS.  This is the default.

If you wish to change directory tracking styles during a session, use the
function `rlogin-directory-tracking-mode' rather than simply setting the
variable." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (shell) "shell" "comint/shell.el")

(defvar shell-prompt-pattern (purecopy "^[^#$%>\n]*[#$%>] *") "\
Regexp to match prompts in the inferior shell.
Defaults to \"^[^#$%>\\n]*[#$%>] *\", which works pretty well.
This variable is used to initialise `comint-prompt-regexp' in the
shell buffer.

The pattern should probably not match more than one line.  If it does,
shell-mode may become confused trying to distinguish prompt from input
on lines which don't start with a prompt.

This is a fine thing to set in your `.emacs' file.")

(autoload 'shell "shell" "\
Run an inferior shell, with I/O through buffer *shell*.
If buffer exists but shell process is not running, make new shell.
If buffer exists and shell process is running, 
 just switch to buffer `*shell*'.
Program used comes from variable `explicit-shell-file-name',
 or (if that is nil) from the ESHELL environment variable,
 or else from SHELL if there is no ESHELL.
If a file `~/.emacs_SHELLNAME' exists, it is given as initial input
 (Note that this may lose due to a timing error if the shell
  discards input when it starts up.)
The buffer is put in Shell mode, giving commands for sending input
and controlling the subjobs of the shell.  See `shell-mode'.
See also the variable `shell-prompt-pattern'.

The shell file name (sans directories) is used to make a symbol name
such as `explicit-csh-args'.  If that symbol is a variable,
its value is used as a list of arguments when invoking the shell.
Otherwise, one argument `-i' is passed to the shell.

\(Type \\[describe-mode] in the shell buffer for a list of commands.)" t nil)

(add-hook 'same-window-buffer-names "*shell*")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (rsh telnet) "telnet" "comint/telnet.el")

(add-hook 'same-window-regexps "\\*telnet-.*\\*\\(\\|<[0-9]+>\\)")

(autoload 'telnet "telnet" "\
Open a network login connection to host named HOST (a string).
With a prefix argument, prompts for the port name or number as well.
Communication with HOST is recorded in a buffer `*HOST-telnet*'.
Normally input is edited in Emacs and sent a line at a time.
See also `\\[rsh]'." t nil)

(add-hook 'same-window-regexps "\\*rsh-[^-]*\\*\\(\\|<[0-9]*>\\)")

(autoload 'rsh "telnet" "\
Open a network login connection to host named HOST (a string).
Communication with HOST is recorded in a buffer `*rsh-HOST*'.
Normally input is edited in Emacs and sent a line at a time.
See also `\\[telnet]'." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (customize-menu-create custom-menu-create custom-save-all custom-buffer-create customize-apropos customize-customized customize-face-other-window customize-face customize-variable-other-window customize-variable customize) "cus-edit" "custom/cus-edit.el")

(autoload 'customize "cus-edit" "\
Customize SYMBOL, which must be a customization group." t nil)

(autoload 'customize-variable "cus-edit" "\
Customize SYMBOL, which must be a variable." t nil)

(autoload 'customize-variable-other-window "cus-edit" "\
Customize SYMBOL, which must be a variable.
Show the buffer in another window, but don't select it." t nil)

(autoload 'customize-face "cus-edit" "\
Customize SYMBOL, which should be a face name or nil.
If SYMBOL is nil, customize all faces." t nil)

(autoload 'customize-face-other-window "cus-edit" "\
Show customization buffer for FACE in other window." t nil)

(autoload 'customize-customized "cus-edit" "\
Customize all already customized user options." t nil)

(autoload 'customize-apropos "cus-edit" "\
Customize all user options matching REGEXP.
If ALL (e.g., started with a prefix key), include options which are not
user-settable." t nil)

(autoload 'custom-buffer-create "cus-edit" "\
Create a buffer containing OPTIONS.
OPTIONS should be an alist of the form ((SYMBOL WIDGET)...), where
SYMBOL is a customization option, and WIDGET is a widget for editing
that option." nil nil)

(autoload 'custom-save-all "cus-edit" "\
Save all customizations in `custom-file'." nil nil)

(autoload 'custom-menu-create "cus-edit" "\
Create menu for customization group SYMBOL.
The menu is in a format applicable to `easy-menu-define'." nil nil)

(autoload 'customize-menu-create "cus-edit" "\
Return a customize menu for customization group SYMBOL.
If optional NAME is given, use that as the name of the menu. 
Otherwise the menu will be named `Customize'.
The format is suitable for use with `easy-menu-define'." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (custom-set-faces custom-initialize-frame custom-declare-face) "cus-face" "custom/cus-face.el")

(autoload 'custom-declare-face "cus-face" "\
Like `defface', but FACE is evaluated as a normal argument." nil nil)

(autoload 'custom-initialize-frame "cus-face" "\
Initialize local faces for FRAME if necessary.
If FRAME is missing or nil, the first member of (frame-list) is used." nil nil)

(autoload 'custom-set-faces "cus-face" "\
Initialize faces according to user preferences.
The arguments should be a list where each entry has the form:

  (FACE SPEC [NOW])

SPEC will be stored as the saved value for FACE.  If NOW is present
and non-nil, FACE will also be created according to SPEC.

See `defface' for the format of SPEC." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (widget-browse-other-window widget-browse widget-browse-at) "wid-browse" "custom/wid-browse.el")

(autoload 'widget-browse-at "wid-browse" "\
Browse the widget under point." t nil)

(autoload 'widget-browse "wid-browse" "\
Create a widget browser for WIDGET." t nil)

(autoload 'widget-browse-other-window "wid-browse" "\
Show widget browser for WIDGET in other window." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (widget-delete widget-create widget-apply) "wid-edit" "custom/wid-edit.el")

(autoload 'widget-apply "wid-edit" "\
Apply the value of WIDGET's PROPERTY to the widget itself.
ARGS are passed as extra arguments to the function." nil nil)

(autoload 'widget-create "wid-edit" "\
Create widget of TYPE.  
The optional ARGS are additional keyword arguments." nil nil)

(autoload 'widget-delete "wid-edit" "\
Delete WIDGET." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (edebug-eval-top-level-form def-edebug-spec) "edebug" "edebug/edebug.el")

(autoload 'def-edebug-spec "edebug" "\
Set the edebug-form-spec property of SYMBOL according to SPEC.
Both SYMBOL and SPEC are unevaluated. The SPEC can be 0, t, a symbol
\(naming a function), or a list." nil 'macro)

(defalias 'edebug-defun 'edebug-eval-top-level-form)

(autoload 'edebug-eval-top-level-form "edebug" "\
Evaluate a top level form, such as a defun or defmacro.
This is like `eval-defun', but the code is always instrumented for Edebug.
Print its name in the minibuffer and leave point where it is,
or if an error occurs, leave point after it with mark at the original point." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ediff-show-registry) "ediff-mult" "ediff/ediff-mult.el")

(autoload 'ediff-show-registry "ediff-mult" "\
Display Ediff's registry." t nil)

(defalias 'eregistry 'ediff-show-registry)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ediff-toggle-use-toolbar ediff-toggle-multiframe) "ediff-util" "ediff/ediff-util.el")

(autoload 'ediff-toggle-multiframe "ediff-util" "\
Switch from multiframe display to single-frame display and back.
To change the default, set the variable `ediff-window-setup-function',
which see." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-toggle-use-toolbar "ediff-util" "\
Enable or disable Ediff toolbar.
Works only in versions of Emacs that support toolbars.
To change the default, set the variable `ediff-use-toolbar-p', which see." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ediff-documentation ediff-version ediff-revision ediff-patch-buffer ediff-patch-file run-ediff-from-cvs-buffer ediff-merge-revisions-with-ancestor ediff-merge-revisions ediff-merge-buffers-with-ancestor ediff-merge-buffers ediff-merge-files-with-ancestor ediff-merge-files ediff-regions-linewise ediff-regions-wordwise ediff-windows-linewise ediff-windows-wordwise ediff-merge-directory-revisions-with-ancestor ediff-merge-directory-revisions ediff-merge-directories-with-ancestor ediff-merge-directories ediff-directories3 ediff-directory-revisions ediff-directories ediff-buffers3 ediff-buffers ediff-files3 ediff-files) "ediff" "ediff/ediff.el")

(autoload 'ediff-files "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of files, FILE-A and FILE-B." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-files3 "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on three files, FILE-A, FILE-B, and FILE-C." t nil)

(defalias 'ediff3 'ediff-files3)

(defalias 'ediff 'ediff-files)

(autoload 'ediff-buffers "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of buffers, BUFFER-A and BUFFER-B." t nil)

(defalias 'ebuffers 'ediff-buffers)

(autoload 'ediff-buffers3 "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on three buffers, BUFFER-A, BUFFER-B, and BUFFER-C." t nil)

(defalias 'ebuffers3 'ediff-buffers3)

(autoload 'ediff-directories "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of directories, DIR1 and DIR2, comparing files that have
the same name in both. The third argument, REGEXP, is a regular expression that
can be used to filter out certain file names." t nil)

(defalias 'edirs 'ediff-directories)

(autoload 'ediff-directory-revisions "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a directory, DIR1, comparing its files with their revisions.
The second argument, REGEXP, is a regular expression that filters the file
names. Only the files that are under revision control are taken into account." t nil)

(defalias 'edir-revisions 'ediff-directory-revisions)

(autoload 'ediff-directories3 "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on three directories, DIR1, DIR2, and DIR3, comparing files that
have the same name in all three. The last argument, REGEXP, is a regular
expression that can be used to filter out certain file names." t nil)

(defalias 'edirs3 'ediff-directories3)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-directories "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of directories, DIR1 and DIR2, merging files that have
the same name in both. The third argument, REGEXP, is a regular expression that
can be used to filter out certain file names." t nil)

(defalias 'edirs-merge 'ediff-merge-directories)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-directories-with-ancestor "ediff" "\
Merge files in directories DIR1 and DIR2 using files in ANCESTOR-DIR as ancestors.
Ediff merges files that have identical names in DIR1, DIR2. If a pair of files
in DIR1 and DIR2 doesn't have an ancestor in ANCESTOR-DIR, Ediff will merge
without ancestor. The fourth argument, REGEXP, is a regular expression that
can be used to filter out certain file names." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-directory-revisions "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a directory, DIR1, merging its files with their revisions.
The second argument, REGEXP, is a regular expression that filters the file
names. Only the files that are under revision control are taken into account." t nil)

(defalias 'edir-merge-revisions 'ediff-merge-directory-revisions)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-directory-revisions-with-ancestor "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a directory, DIR1, merging its files with their revisions and ancestors.
The second argument, REGEXP, is a regular expression that filters the file
names. Only the files that are under revision control are taken into account." t nil)

(defalias 'edir-merge-revisions-with-ancestor 'ediff-merge-directory-revisions-with-ancestor)

(defalias 'edirs-merge-with-ancestor 'ediff-merge-directories-with-ancestor)

(autoload 'ediff-windows-wordwise "ediff" "\
Compare WIND-A and WIND-B, which are selected by clicking, wordwise.
With prefix argument, DUMB-MODE, or on a non-windowing display, works as
follows:
If WIND-A is nil, use selected window.
If WIND-B is nil, use window next to WIND-A." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-windows-linewise "ediff" "\
Compare WIND-A and WIND-B, which are selected by clicking, linewise.
With prefix argument, DUMB-MODE, or on a non-windowing display, works as
follows:
If WIND-A is nil, use selected window.
If WIND-B is nil, use window next to WIND-A." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-regions-wordwise "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of regions in two different buffers.
Regions (i.e., point and mark) are assumed to be set in advance.
This function is effective only for relatively small regions, up to 200
lines. For large regions, use `ediff-regions-linewise'." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-regions-linewise "ediff" "\
Run Ediff on a pair of regions in two different buffers.
Regions (i.e., point and mark) are assumed to be set in advance.
Each region is enlarged to contain full lines.
This function is effective for large regions, over 100-200
lines. For small regions, use `ediff-regions-wordwise'." t nil)

(defalias 'ediff-merge 'ediff-merge-files)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-files "ediff" "\
Merge two files without ancestor." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-files-with-ancestor "ediff" "\
Merge two files with ancestor." t nil)

(defalias 'ediff-merge-with-ancestor 'ediff-merge-files-with-ancestor)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-buffers "ediff" "\
Merge buffers without ancestor." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-buffers-with-ancestor "ediff" "\
Merge buffers with ancestor." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-revisions "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by merging two revisions of a file.
The file is the optional FILE argument or the file visited by the current
buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-merge-revisions-with-ancestor "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by merging two revisions of a file with a common ancestor.
The file is the the optional FILE argument or the file visited by the current
buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'run-ediff-from-cvs-buffer "ediff" "\
Run Ediff-merge on appropriate revisions of the selected file.
First run after `M-x cvs-update'. Then place the cursor on a line describing a
file and then run `run-ediff-from-cvs-buffer'." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-patch-file "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by patching SOURCE-FILENAME." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-patch-buffer "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by patching BUFFER-NAME." t nil)

(defalias 'epatch 'ediff-patch-file)

(defalias 'epatch-buffer 'ediff-patch-buffer)

(autoload 'ediff-revision "ediff" "\
Run Ediff by comparing versions of a file.
The file is an optional FILE argument or the file visited by the current
buffer. Use `vc.el' or `rcs.el' depending on `ediff-version-control-package'." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-version "ediff" "\
Return string describing the version of Ediff.
When called interactively, displays the version." t nil)

(autoload 'ediff-documentation "ediff" "\
Display Ediff's manual.
With optional NODE, goes to that node." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "default-dir" "efs/default-dir.el")

(defvar default-directory-function nil "\
A function to call to compute the default-directory for the current buffer.
If this is nil, the function default-directory will return the value of the
variable default-directory.
Buffer local.")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dired-jump-back-other-frame dired-jump-back-other-window dired-jump-back dired-noselect dired-other-frame dired-other-window dired) "dired" "efs/dired.el")

(defvar dired-compression-method 'compress "\
*Type of compression program to use.
Give as a symbol.
Currently-recognized methods are: gzip pack compact compress.
To change this variable use \\[dired-do-compress] with a zero prefix.")

(defvar dired-compression-method-alist '((gzip ".gz" ("gzip") ("gzip" "-d") "-f") (compress ".Z" ("compress" "-f") ("compress" "-d") "-f") (pack ".z" ("pack" "-f") ("unpack")) (compact ".C" ("compact") ("uncompact"))) "\
*Association list of compression method descriptions.
 Each element of the table should be a list of the form
 
     (compress-type extension (compress-args) (decompress-args) force-flag)
 
 where 
   `compress-type' is a unique symbol in the alist to which
      `dired-compression-method' can be set;
   `extension' is the file extension (as a string) used by files compressed
      by this method;
   `compress-args' is a list of the path of the compression program and
      flags to pass as separate arguments;
   `decompress-args' is a list of the path of the decompression
      program and flags to pass as separate arguments.
   `force-flag' is the switch to pass to the command to force overwriting
      of existing files.
 
 For example:
 
   (setq dired-compression-method-alist
         (cons '(frobnicate \".frob\" (\"frob\") (\"frob\" \"-d\") \"-f\")
               dired-compression-method-alist))
   => ((frobnicate \".frob\" (\"frob\") (\"frob\" \"-d\")) 
       (gzip \".gz\" (\"gzip\") (\"gunzip\"))
       ...)
 
 See also: dired-compression-method <V>")

(defvar dired-ls-program "ls" "\
*Absolute or relative name of the ls program used by dired.")

(defvar dired-listing-switches "-al" "\
*Switches passed to ls for dired. MUST contain the `l' option.
Can contain even `F', `b', `i' and `s'.")

(defvar dired-chown-program (if (memq system-type '(hpux dgux usg-unix-v linux)) "chown" "/etc/chown") "\
*Name of chown command (usually `chown' or `/etc/chown').")

(defvar dired-gnutar-program nil "\
*If non-nil, name of the GNU tar executable (e.g. \"tar\" or \"gnutar\").
GNU tar's `z' switch is used for compressed tar files.
If you don't have GNU tar, set this to nil: a pipe using `zcat' is then used.")

(defvar dired-unshar-program nil "\
*Set to the name of the unshar program, if you have it.")

(defvar dired-local-variables-file ".dired" "\
*If non-nil, filename for local variables for Dired.
If Dired finds a file with that name in the current directory, it will
temporarily insert it into the dired buffer and run `hack-local-variables'.

Type \\[info] and `g' `(emacs)File Variables' `RET' for more info on
local variables.")

(defvar dired-kept-versions 2 "\
*When cleaning directory, number of versions to keep.")

(defvar dired-find-subdir nil "\
*Determines whether dired tries to lookup a subdir in existing buffers.
If non-nil, dired does not make a new buffer for a directory if it can be
found (perhaps as subdir) in some existing dired buffer. If there are several
dired buffers for a directory, then the most recently used one is chosen.

Dired avoids switching to the current buffer, so that if you have
a normal and a wildcard buffer for the same directory, C-x d RET will
toggle between those two.")

(defvar dired-use-file-transformers t "\
*Determines whether dired uses file transformers.
If non-nil `dired-do-shell-command' will apply file transformers to file names.
See \\[describe-function] for dired-do-shell-command for more information.")

(defvar dired-dwim-target nil "\
*If non-nil, dired tries to guess a default target directory.
This means that if there is a dired buffer displayed in the next window,
use its current subdir, instead of the current subdir of this dired buffer.
The target is put in the prompt for file copy, rename, etc.")

(defvar dired-copy-preserve-time nil "\
*If non-nil, Dired preserves the last-modified time in a file copy.
\(This works on only some systems.)\\<dired-mode-map>
Use `\\[dired-do-copy]' with a zero prefix argument to toggle its value.")

(defvar dired-no-confirm nil "\
*If non-nil, a list of symbols for commands dired should not confirm.
It can be a sublist of

  '(byte-compile chgrp chmod chown compress copy delete hardlink load
    move print shell symlink uncompress recursive-delete kill-file-buffer
    kill-dired-buffer patch create-top-dir revert-subdirs)

The meanings of most of the symbols are obvious.  A few exceptions:

    'compress applies to compression or decompression by any of the 
     compression program in `dired-compression-method-alist'.

    'kill-dired-buffer applies to offering to kill dired buffers for
     directories which have been deleted.

    'kill-file-buffer applies to offering to kill buffers visiting files
     which have been deleted.

    'recursive-delete applies to recursively deleting non-empty
     directories, and all of their contents.

    'create-top-dir applies to `dired-up-directory' creating a new top level
     directory for the dired buffer.

    'revert-subdirs applies to re-reading subdirectories which have 
     been modified on disk.

Note that this list also applies to remote files accessed with efs
or ange-ftp.")

(defvar dired-backup-if-overwrite nil "\
*Non-nil if Dired should ask about making backups before overwriting files.
Special value 'always suppresses confirmation.")

(defvar dired-omit-files nil "\
*If non-nil un-interesting files will be omitted from this dired buffer.
Use \\[dired-omit-toggle] to see these files. (buffer local)")

(defvar dired-mail-reader 'rmail "\
*Mail reader used by dired for dired-read-mail (\\[dired-read-mail]).
The symbols 'rmail and 'vm are the only two allowed values.")

(defvar dired-refresh-automatically t "\
*If non-nil, refresh dired buffers automatically after file operations.")

(define-key ctl-x-map "d" 'dired)

(autoload 'dired "dired" "\
\"Edit\" directory DIRNAME--delete, rename, print, etc. some files in it.
Optional second argument SWITCHES specifies the `ls' options used.
\(Interactively, use a prefix argument to be able to specify SWITCHES.)
Dired displays a list of files in DIRNAME (which may also have
shell wildcards appended to select certain files).  If DIRNAME is a cons,
its first element is taken as the directory name and the resr as an explicit
list of files to make directory entries for.
\\<dired-mode-map>You can move around in it with the usual commands.
You can flag files for deletion with \\[dired-flag-file-deletion] and then
delete them by typing \\[dired-expunge-deletions].
Type \\[dired-describe-mode] after entering dired for more info.

If DIRNAME is already in a dired buffer, that buffer is used without refresh." t nil)

(define-key ctl-x-4-map "d" 'dired-other-window)

(autoload 'dired-other-window "dired" "\
\"Edit\" directory DIRNAME.  Like `dired' but selects in another window." t nil)

(define-key ctl-x-5-map "d" 'dired-other-frame)

(autoload 'dired-other-frame "dired" "\
\"Edit\" directory DIRNAME.  Like `dired' but makes a new frame." t nil)

(autoload 'dired-noselect "dired" "\
Like `dired' but returns the dired buffer as value, does not select it." nil nil)

(define-key ctl-x-map "\C-j" 'dired-jump-back)

(autoload 'dired-jump-back "dired" "\
Jump back to dired.
If in a file, dired the current directory and move to file's line.
If in dired already, pop up a level and goto old directory's line.
In case the proper dired file line cannot be found, refresh the dired
  buffer and try again." t nil)

(define-key ctl-x-4-map "\C-j" 'dired-jump-back-other-window)

(autoload 'dired-jump-back-other-window "dired" "\
Like \\[dired-jump-back], but to other window." t nil)

(define-key ctl-x-5-map "\C-j" 'dired-jump-back-other-frame)

(autoload 'dired-jump-back-other-frame "dired" "\
Like \\[dired-jump-back], but in another frame." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (efs-ftp-path) "efs-cu" "efs/efs-cu.el")

(defvar efs-path-root-regexp "^/[^/:]+:" "\
Regexp to match the `/user@host:' root of an efs full path.")

(autoload 'efs-ftp-path "efs-cu" "\
Parse PATH according to efs-path-regexp.
Returns a list (HOST USER PATH), or nil if PATH does not match the format." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (remote-path-file-handler-function) "efs-dump" "efs/efs-dump.el")

(or (assoc efs-path-root-regexp file-name-handler-alist) (setq file-name-handler-alist (cons (cons efs-path-root-regexp 'remote-path-file-handler-function) file-name-handler-alist)))

(autoload 'remote-path-file-handler-function "efs-dump" "\
Function to call special file handlers for remote files." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "efs-fnh" "efs/efs-fnh.el")

(defvar allow-remote-paths t "\
*Set this to nil if you don't want remote paths to access
remote files.")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (efs-root-file-name-completion efs-root-file-name-all-completions efs-set-passwd) "efs-netrc" "efs/efs-netrc.el")

(autoload 'efs-set-passwd "efs-netrc" "\
For a given HOST and USER, set or change the associated PASSWORD." t nil)

(autoload 'efs-root-file-name-all-completions "efs-netrc" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'efs-root-file-name-completion "efs-netrc" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (efs-report-bug) "efs-report" "efs/efs-report.el")

(autoload 'efs-report-bug "efs-report" "\
Submit a bug report for efs." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (efs-file-handler-function efs-nslookup-host efs-display-ftp-activity) "efs" "efs/efs.el")

(autoload 'efs-display-ftp-activity "efs" "\
Displays the number of active background ftp sessions in the modeline.
Uses the variable `efs-mode-line-format' to determine how this will be
displayed." t nil)

(autoload 'efs-nslookup-host "efs" "\
Attempt to resolve the given HOSTNAME using nslookup if possible." t nil)

(autoload 'efs-file-handler-function "efs" "\
Function to call special file handlers for remote files." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (electric-buffer-list) "ebuff-menu" "electric/ebuff-menu.el")

(autoload 'electric-buffer-list "ebuff-menu" "\
Pops up a buffer describing the set of Emacs buffers.
Vaguely like ITS lunar select buffer; combining typeoutoid buffer
listing with menuoid buffer selection.

If the very next character typed is a space then the buffer list
window disappears.  Otherwise, one may move around in the buffer list
window, marking buffers to be selected, saved or deleted.

To exit and select a new buffer, type a space when the cursor is on
the appropriate line of the buffer-list window.  Other commands are
much like those of buffer-menu-mode.

Calls value of `electric-buffer-menu-mode-hook' on entry if non-nil.

Non-null optional arg FILES-ONLY means mention only file buffers.
When called from Lisp code, FILES-ONLY may be a regular expression,
in which case only buffers whose names match that expression are listed,
or an arbitrary predicate function.

\\{electric-buffer-menu-mode-map}" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (electric-command-history Electric-command-history-redo-expression) "echistory" "electric/echistory.el")

(autoload 'Electric-command-history-redo-expression "echistory" "\
Edit current history line in minibuffer and execute result.
With prefix arg NOCONFIRM, execute current line as-is without editing." t nil)

(autoload 'electric-command-history "echistory" "\
\\<electric-history-map>Major mode for examining and redoing commands from `command-history'.
This pops up a window with the Command History listing.
The number of command listed is controlled by `list-command-history-max'.
The command history is filtered by `list-command-history-filter' if non-nil.
Combines typeout Command History list window with menu like selection
of an expression from the history for re-evaluation in the *original* buffer.

The history displayed is filtered by `list-command-history-filter' if non-nil.

Like Emacs-Lisp mode except that characters do not insert themselves and
Tab and Linefeed do not indent.  Instead these commands are provided:
\\{electric-history-map}

Calls the value of `electric-command-history-hook' if that is non-nil.
The Command History listing is recomputed each time this mode is invoked." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (electric-helpify with-electric-help) "ehelp" "electric/ehelp.el")

(autoload 'with-electric-help "ehelp" "\
Pop up an \"electric\" help buffer.
The arguments are THUNK &optional BUFFER NOERASE MINHEIGHT.
THUNK is a function of no arguments which is called to initialize the
contents of BUFFER.  BUFFER defaults to `*Help*'.  BUFFER will be
erased before THUNK is called unless NOERASE is non-nil.  THUNK will
be called while BUFFER is current and with `standard-output' bound to
the buffer specified by BUFFER.

If THUNK returns nil, we display BUFFER starting at the top, and
shrink the window to fit.  If THUNK returns non-nil, we don't do those things.

After THUNK has been called, this function \"electrically\" pops up a window
in which BUFFER is displayed and allows the user to scroll through that buffer
in electric-help-mode. The window's height will be at least MINHEIGHT if
this value is non-nil.

If THUNK returns nil, we display BUFFER starting at the top, and
shrink the window to fit.  If THUNK returns non-nil, we don't do those
things.

When the user exits (with `electric-help-exit', or otherwise) the help
buffer's window disappears (i.e., we use `save-window-excursion')
BUFFER is put into `default-major-mode' (or `fundamental-mode') when we exit." nil nil)

(autoload 'electric-helpify "ehelp" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (Helper-help Helper-describe-bindings) "helper" "electric/helper.el")

(autoload 'Helper-describe-bindings "helper" "\
Describe local key bindings of current mode." t nil)

(autoload 'Helper-help "helper" "\
Provide help for current mode." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (edt-emulation-on) "edt" "emulators/edt.el")

(autoload 'edt-emulation-on "edt" "\
Turn on EDT Emulation." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (convert-mocklisp-buffer) "mlconvert" "emulators/mlconvert.el")

(autoload 'convert-mocklisp-buffer "mlconvert" "\
Convert buffer of Mocklisp code to real Lisp that GNU Emacs can run." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (teco-command) "teco" "emulators/teco.el")

(autoload 'teco-command "teco" "\
Read and execute a Teco command string." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (tpu-edt-on) "tpu-edt" "emulators/tpu-edt.el")

(fset 'tpu-edt-mode 'tpu-edt-on)

(fset 'tpu-edt 'tpu-edt-on)

(autoload 'tpu-edt-on "tpu-edt" "\
Turn on TPU/edt emulation." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (tpu-set-cursor-bound tpu-set-cursor-free tpu-set-scroll-margins) "tpu-extras" "emulators/tpu-extras.el")

(autoload 'tpu-set-scroll-margins "tpu-extras" "\
Set scroll margins." t nil)

(autoload 'tpu-set-cursor-free "tpu-extras" "\
Allow the cursor to move freely about the screen." t nil)

(autoload 'tpu-set-cursor-bound "tpu-extras" "\
Constrain the cursor to the flow of the text." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (wordstar-mode) "ws-mode" "emulators/ws-mode.el")

(autoload 'wordstar-mode "ws-mode" "\
Major mode with WordStar-like key bindings.

BUGS:
 - Help menus with WordStar commands (C-j just calls help-for-help)
   are not implemented
 - Options for search and replace
 - Show markers (C-k h) is somewhat strange
 - Search and replace (C-q a) is only available in forward direction

No key bindings beginning with ESC are installed, they will work
Emacs-like.

The key bindings are:

  C-a		backward-word
  C-b		fill-paragraph
  C-c		scroll-up-line
  C-d		forward-char
  C-e		previous-line
  C-f		forward-word
  C-g		delete-char
  C-h		backward-char
  C-i		indent-for-tab-command
  C-j		help-for-help
  C-k		ordstar-C-k-map
  C-l		ws-repeat-search
  C-n		open-line
  C-p		quoted-insert
  C-r		scroll-down-line
  C-s		backward-char
  C-t		kill-word
  C-u		keyboard-quit
  C-v		overwrite-mode
  C-w		scroll-down
  C-x		next-line
  C-y		kill-complete-line
  C-z		scroll-up

  C-k 0		ws-set-marker-0
  C-k 1		ws-set-marker-1
  C-k 2		ws-set-marker-2
  C-k 3		ws-set-marker-3
  C-k 4		ws-set-marker-4
  C-k 5		ws-set-marker-5
  C-k 6		ws-set-marker-6
  C-k 7		ws-set-marker-7
  C-k 8		ws-set-marker-8
  C-k 9		ws-set-marker-9
  C-k b		ws-begin-block
  C-k c		ws-copy-block
  C-k d		save-buffers-kill-emacs
  C-k f		find-file
  C-k h		ws-show-markers
  C-k i		ws-indent-block
  C-k k		ws-end-block
  C-k p		ws-print-block
  C-k q		kill-emacs
  C-k r		insert-file
  C-k s		save-some-buffers
  C-k t		ws-mark-word
  C-k u		ws-exdent-block
  C-k C-u	keyboard-quit
  C-k v		ws-move-block
  C-k w		ws-write-block
  C-k x		kill-emacs
  C-k y		ws-delete-block

  C-o c		wordstar-center-line
  C-o b		switch-to-buffer
  C-o j		justify-current-line
  C-o k		kill-buffer
  C-o l		list-buffers
  C-o m		auto-fill-mode
  C-o r		set-fill-column
  C-o C-u	keyboard-quit
  C-o wd	delete-other-windows
  C-o wh	split-window-horizontally
  C-o wo	other-window
  C-o wv	split-window-vertically

  C-q 0		ws-find-marker-0
  C-q 1		ws-find-marker-1
  C-q 2		ws-find-marker-2
  C-q 3		ws-find-marker-3
  C-q 4		ws-find-marker-4
  C-q 5		ws-find-marker-5
  C-q 6		ws-find-marker-6
  C-q 7		ws-find-marker-7
  C-q 8		ws-find-marker-8
  C-q 9		ws-find-marker-9
  C-q a		ws-query-replace
  C-q b		ws-to-block-begin
  C-q c		end-of-buffer
  C-q d		end-of-line
  C-q f		ws-search
  C-q k		ws-to-block-end
  C-q l		ws-undo
  C-q p		ws-last-cursorp
  C-q r		beginning-of-buffer
  C-q C-u	keyboard-quit
  C-q w		ws-last-error
  C-q y		ws-kill-eol
  C-q DEL	ws-kill-bol
" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "loaddefs-eos" "eos/loaddefs-eos.el")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (blackbox) "blackbox" "games/blackbox.el")

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

What is blackbox?

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

Overview of play:

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

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

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

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

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

Details:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Be sure to compare the second example of a hit with the first example of
a reflection." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (conx-load conx conx-region conx-buffer) "conx" "games/conx.el")

(autoload 'conx-buffer "conx" "\
Absorb the text in the current buffer into the tree." t nil)

(autoload 'conx-region "conx" "\
Absorb the text in the current region into the tree." t nil)

(autoload 'conx "conx" "\
Generate some random sentences in the *conx* buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'conx-load "conx" "\
Load in a CONX database written by the \\[conx-save] command.
This clears the database currently in memory." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (shuffle-vector cookie-snarf cookie-insert cookie) "cookie1" "games/cookie1.el")

(autoload 'cookie "cookie1" "\
Return a random phrase from PHRASE-FILE.  When the phrase file
is read in, display STARTMSG at beginning of load, ENDMSG at end." nil nil)

(autoload 'cookie-insert "cookie1" "\
Insert random phrases from PHRASE-FILE; COUNT of them.  When the phrase file
is read in, display STARTMSG at beginning of load, ENDMSG at end." nil nil)

(autoload 'cookie-snarf "cookie1" "\
Reads in the PHRASE-FILE, returns it as a vector of strings.
Emit STARTMSG and ENDMSG before and after.  Caches the result; second
and subsequent calls on the same file won't go to disk." nil nil)

(autoload 'shuffle-vector "cookie1" "\
Randomly permute the elements of VECTOR (all permutations equally likely)" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (decipher-mode decipher) "decipher" "games/decipher.el")

(autoload 'decipher "decipher" "\
Format a buffer of ciphertext for cryptanalysis and enter Decipher mode." t nil)

(autoload 'decipher-mode "decipher" "\
Major mode for decrypting monoalphabetic substitution ciphers.
Lower-case letters enter plaintext.
Upper-case letters are commands.

The buffer is made read-only so that normal Emacs commands cannot
modify it.

The most useful commands are:
\\<decipher-mode-map>
\\[decipher-digram-list]  Display a list of all digrams & their frequency
\\[decipher-frequency-count]  Display the frequency of each ciphertext letter
\\[decipher-adjacency-list]  Show adjacency list for current letter (lists letters appearing next to it)
\\[decipher-make-checkpoint]  Save the current cipher alphabet (checkpoint)
\\[decipher-restore-checkpoint]  Restore a saved cipher alphabet (checkpoint)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dissociated-press) "dissociate" "games/dissociate.el")

(autoload 'dissociated-press "dissociate" "\
Dissociate the text of the current buffer.
Output goes in buffer named *Dissociation*,
which is redisplayed each time text is added to it.
Every so often the user must say whether to continue.
If ARG is positive, require ARG chars of continuity.
If ARG is negative, require -ARG words of continuity.
Default is 2." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (doctor) "doctor" "games/doctor.el")

(autoload 'doctor "doctor" "\
Switch to *doctor* buffer and start giving psychotherapy." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dunnet) "dunnet" "games/dunnet.el")

(autoload 'dunnet "dunnet" "\
Switch to *dungeon* buffer and start game." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (flame) "flame" "games/flame.el")

(autoload 'flame "flame" "\
Generate ARG (default 1) sentences of half-crazed gibberish." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gomoku) "gomoku" "games/gomoku.el")

(autoload 'gomoku "gomoku" "\
Start a Gomoku game between you and Emacs.
If a game is in progress, this command allow you to resume it.
If optional arguments N and M are given, an N by M board is used.

You and Emacs play in turn by marking a free square. You mark it with X
and Emacs marks it with O. The winner is the first to get five contiguous
marks horizontally, vertically or in diagonal.
You play by moving the cursor over the square you choose and hitting
\\<gomoku-mode-map>\\[gomoku-human-plays].
Use \\[describe-mode] for more info." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hanoi) "hanoi" "games/hanoi.el")

(autoload 'hanoi "hanoi" "\
Towers of Hanoi diversion.  Argument is number of rings." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (life) "life" "games/life.el")

(autoload 'life "life" "\
Run Conway's Life simulation.
The starting pattern is randomly selected.  Prefix arg (optional first
arg non-nil from a program) is the number of seconds to sleep between
generations (this defaults to 1)." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mpuz) "mpuz" "games/mpuz.el")

(autoload 'mpuz "mpuz" "\
Multiplication puzzle with GNU Emacs." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (snarf-spooks spook) "spook" "games/spook.el")

(autoload 'spook "spook" "\
Adds that special touch of class to your outgoing mail." t nil)

(autoload 'snarf-spooks "spook" "\
Return a vector containing the lines from `spook-phrases-file'." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (xmine-mode) "xmine" "games/xmine.el")

(autoload 'xmine-mode "xmine" "\
A mode for playing the well known mine searching game.

   `\\<annotation-local-map-default>\\[xmine-activate-function-button1]' or `\\<xmine-keymap>\\[xmine-key-action1]' unhides a tile,
   `\\<annotation-local-map-default>\\[xmine-activate-function-button2]' or `\\<xmine-keymap>\\[xmine-key-action2]' unhides all neighbours of a tile,
   `\\<annotation-local-map-default>\\[xmine-activate-function-button3]' or `\\<xmine-keymap>\\[xmine-key-action3]' (un)flagges a tile to hold a mine.

   `\\[xmine-key-new]' starts a new game.
   `\\[xmine-key-quit]' ends a game.

All keybindings (with alternatives) currently in effect:
   \\{xmine-keymap}

The rules are quite easy: You start by unhiding (random) tiles. An unhidden
tile showing a number tells you something about the number of mines in it's
neighborhood, where the neighborhood are all 8 tiles (or less if it's
at a border) around the tile.

E.g. a \"1\" shows you that there is only one mine in the neighborhood of
this tile. Empty tiles have no mines around them, and empty tiles in
the neighborhood of another empty tile are all automatically unhidden
if you unhide one of them. You need to find a strategy to use the
information you have from the numbers to \"flag\" the tiles with mines
under them and unhide all other tiles. If you correctly made this
without accidently unhiding a mine, you've won.

If you are sure you have correctly flagged all mines around a unhidden tile,
you can use Button-2 or \\[xmine-key-action2] on it to unhide all it's
neighbors. But beware: If you made a mistake by flagging the wrong mines,
you'll blow up! 

Have Fun." t nil)

(fset 'xmine 'xmine-mode)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (psychoanalyze-pinhead apropos-zippy insert-zippyism yow) "yow" "games/yow.el")

(autoload 'yow "yow" "\
Return or display a random Zippy quotation.  With prefix arg, insert it." t nil)

(autoload 'insert-zippyism "yow" "\
Prompt with completion for a known Zippy quotation, and insert it at point." t nil)

(autoload 'apropos-zippy "yow" "\
Return a list of all Zippy quotes matching REGEXP.
If called interactively, display a list of matches." t nil)

(autoload 'psychoanalyze-pinhead "yow" "\
Zippy goes to the analyst." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnats:summ-pr gnats:query-pr gnats:edit-pr gnats:view-pr gnats:gnats-mode) "gnats" "gnats/gnats.el")

(defvar gnats::mode-name nil "\
Name of the GNATS mode.")

(setq gnats::mode-name 'gnats:gnats-mode)

(fset 'gnats-mode gnats::mode-name)

(autoload 'gnats:gnats-mode "gnats" "\
Major mode for editing problem reports.
For information about the form see gnats(1) and pr_form(5).

When you are finished editing the buffer, type \\[gnats:submit-pr] to commit
your changes to the PR database.  To abort the edit, type
\\[gnats:unlock-buffer].

Special commands:
\\{gnats-mode-map}
Turning on gnats-mode calls the value of the variable gnats-mode-hook,
if it is not nil." nil nil)

(fset 'view-pr 'gnats:view-pr)

(autoload 'gnats:view-pr "gnats" "\
Visit the problem report named by the string ID.  While viewing, press
'e' to edit the currently viewed PR." t nil)

(fset 'edit-pr 'gnats:edit-pr)

(autoload 'gnats:edit-pr "gnats" "\
Edit the problem report named by the string ID." t nil)

(fset 'query-pr 'gnats:query-pr)

(autoload 'gnats:query-pr "gnats" "\
Run query-pr, with user-specified args, and collect output in a buffer.
While query-pr runs asynchronously, you can use the \\[next-error] command
to find the text that the hits refer to." t nil)

(fset 'summ-pr 'gnats:summ-pr)

(autoload 'gnats:summ-pr "gnats" "\
Run query-pr, with user-specified args, and display a pretty summary.
Well, display a summary, at least." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (send-pr:send-pr-mode send-pr:send-pr) "send-pr" "gnats/send-pr.el")

(fset 'send-pr 'send-pr:send-pr)

(autoload 'send-pr:send-pr "send-pr" "\
Create a buffer and read in the result of `send-pr -P'.
When finished with editing the problem report use \\[send-pr:submit-pr]
to send the PR with `send-pr -b -f -'." t nil)

(fset 'send-pr-mode 'send-pr:send-pr-mode)

(autoload 'send-pr:send-pr-mode "send-pr" "\
Major mode for submitting problem reports.
For information about the form see gnats(1) and send-pr(1).
Special commands: \\{send-pr-mode-map}
Turning on send-pr-mode calls the value of the variable send-pr-mode-hook,
if it is not nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-earcon-display) "earcon" "gnus/earcon.el")

(autoload 'gnus-earcon-display "earcon" "\
Play sounds in message buffers." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-audio-play) "gnus-audio" "gnus/gnus-audio.el")

(autoload 'gnus-audio-play "gnus-audio" "\
Play a sound through the speaker." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-cache-generate-nov-databases gnus-cache-generate-active gnus-jog-cache) "gnus-cache" "gnus/gnus-cache.el")

(autoload 'gnus-jog-cache "gnus-cache" "\
Go through all groups and put the articles into the cache.

Usage:
$ emacs -batch -l ~/.emacs -l gnus -f gnus-jog-cache" t nil)

(autoload 'gnus-cache-generate-active "gnus-cache" "\
Generate the cache active file." t nil)

(autoload 'gnus-cache-generate-nov-databases "gnus-cache" "\
Generate NOV files recursively starting in DIR." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-fetch-group) "gnus-group" "gnus/gnus-group.el")

(autoload 'gnus-fetch-group "gnus-group" "\
Start Gnus if necessary and enter GROUP.
Returns whether the fetching was successful or not." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-batch-score) "gnus-kill" "gnus/gnus-kill.el")

(defalias 'gnus-batch-kill 'gnus-batch-score)

(autoload 'gnus-batch-score "gnus-kill" "\
Run batched scoring.
Usage: emacs -batch -l gnus -f gnus-batch-score <newsgroups> ...
Newsgroups is a list of strings in Bnews format.  If you want to score
the comp hierarchy, you'd say \"comp.all\".  If you would not like to
score the alt hierarchy, you'd say \"!alt.all\"." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-change-server) "gnus-move" "gnus/gnus-move.el")

(autoload 'gnus-change-server "gnus-move" "\
Move from FROM-SERVER to TO-SERVER.
Update the .newsrc.eld file to reflect the change of nntp server." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-batch-brew-soup) "gnus-soup" "gnus/gnus-soup.el")

(autoload 'gnus-batch-brew-soup "gnus-soup" "\
Brew a SOUP packet from groups mention on the command line.
Will use the remaining command line arguments as regular expressions
for matching on group names.

For instance, if you want to brew on all the nnml groups, as well as
groups with \"emacs\" in the name, you could say something like:

$ emacs -batch -f gnus-batch-brew-soup ^nnml \".*emacs.*\"" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-update-format) "gnus-spec" "gnus/gnus-spec.el")

(autoload 'gnus-update-format "gnus-spec" "\
Update the format specification near point." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-declare-backend gnus-unload) "gnus-start" "gnus/gnus-start.el")

(autoload 'gnus-unload "gnus-start" "\
Unload all Gnus features." t nil)

(autoload 'gnus-declare-backend "gnus-start" "\
Declare backend NAME with ABILITIES as a Gnus backend." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-add-configuration) "gnus-win" "gnus/gnus-win.el")

(autoload 'gnus-add-configuration "gnus-win" "\
Add the window configuration CONF to `gnus-buffer-configuration'." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus gnus-other-frame gnus-slave gnus-no-server gnus-slave-no-server) "gnus" "gnus/gnus.el")

(autoload 'gnus-slave-no-server "gnus" "\
Read network news as a slave, without connecting to local server" t nil)

(autoload 'gnus-no-server "gnus" "\
Read network news.
If ARG is a positive number, Gnus will use that as the
startup level.	If ARG is nil, Gnus will be started at level 2.
If ARG is non-nil and not a positive number, Gnus will
prompt the user for the name of an NNTP server to use.
As opposed to `gnus', this command will not connect to the local server." t nil)

(autoload 'gnus-slave "gnus" "\
Read news as a slave." t nil)

(autoload 'gnus-other-frame "gnus" "\
Pop up a frame to read news." t nil)

(autoload 'gnus "gnus" "\
Read network news.
If ARG is non-nil and a positive number, Gnus will use that as the
startup level.	If ARG is non-nil and not a positive number, Gnus will
prompt the user for the name of an NNTP server to use." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (unbold-region bold-region message-news-other-frame message-news-other-window message-mail-other-frame message-mail-other-window message-bounce message-resend message-forward message-recover message-supersede message-cancel-news message-followup message-wide-reply message-reply message-news message-mail message-mode) "message" "gnus/message.el")

(defcustom message-from-style 'default "*Specifies how \"From\" headers look.\n\nIf `nil', they contain just the return address like:\n	king@grassland.com\nIf `parens', they look like:\n	king@grassland.com (Elvis Parsley)\nIf `angles', they look like:\n	Elvis Parsley <king@grassland.com>\n\nOtherwise, most addresses look like `angles', but they look like\n`parens' if `angles' would need quoting and `parens' would not." :type '(choice (const :tag "simple" nil) (const parens) (const angles) (const default)) :group 'message-headers)

(defcustom message-signature-separator "^-- *$" "Regexp matching the signature separator." :type 'regexp :group 'message-various)

(defcustom message-user-organization-file "/usr/lib/news/organization" "*Local news organization file." :type 'file :group 'message-headers)

(defcustom message-send-mail-function 'message-send-mail-with-sendmail "Function to call to send the current buffer as mail.\nThe headers should be delimited by a line whose contents match the\nvariable `mail-header-separator'.\n\nLegal values include `message-send-mail-with-sendmail' (the default),\n`message-send-mail-with-mh' and `message-send-mail-with-qmail'." :type '(radio (function-item message-send-mail-with-sendmail) (function-item message-send-mail-with-mh) (function-item message-send-mail-with-qmail) (function :tag "Other")) :group 'message-sending :group 'message-mail)

(defcustom message-citation-line-function 'message-insert-citation-line "*Function called to insert the \"Whomever writes:\" line." :type 'function :group 'message-insertion)

(defcustom message-yank-prefix "> " "*Prefix inserted on the lines of yanked messages.\nnil means use indentation." :type 'string :group 'message-insertion)

(defcustom message-cite-function (if (and (boundp 'mail-citation-hook) mail-citation-hook) mail-citation-hook 'message-cite-original) "*Function for citing an original message." :type '(radio (function-item message-cite-original) (function-item sc-cite-original) (function :tag "Other")) :group 'message-insertion)

(defcustom message-indent-citation-function 'message-indent-citation "*Function for modifying a citation just inserted in the mail buffer.\nThis can also be a list of functions.  Each function can find the\ncitation between (point) and (mark t).  And each function should leave\npoint and mark around the citation text as modified." :type 'function :group 'message-insertion)

(defcustom message-signature t "*String to be inserted at the end of the message buffer.\nIf t, the `message-signature-file' file will be inserted instead.\nIf a function, the result from the function will be used instead.\nIf a form, the result from the form will be used instead." :type 'sexp :group 'message-insertion)

(defcustom message-signature-file "~/.signature" "*File containing the text inserted at end of message buffer." :type 'file :group 'message-insertion)

(autoload 'message-mode "message" "\
Major mode for editing mail and news to be sent.
Like Text Mode but with these additional commands:
C-c C-s  message-send (send the message)    C-c C-c  message-send-and-exit
C-c C-f  move to a header field (and create it if there isn't):
	 C-c C-f C-t  move to To	C-c C-f C-s  move to Subject
	 C-c C-f C-c  move to Cc	C-c C-f C-b  move to Bcc
	 C-c C-f C-w  move to Fcc	C-c C-f C-r  move to Reply-To
	 C-c C-f C-u  move to Summary	C-c C-f C-n  move to Newsgroups
	 C-c C-f C-k  move to Keywords	C-c C-f C-d  move to Distribution
	 C-c C-f C-f  move to Followup-To
C-c C-t  message-insert-to (add a To header to a news followup)
C-c C-n  message-insert-newsgroups (add a Newsgroup header to a news reply)
C-c C-b  message-goto-body (move to beginning of message text).
C-c C-i  message-goto-signature (move to the beginning of the signature).
C-c C-w  message-insert-signature (insert `message-signature-file' file).
C-c C-y  message-yank-original (insert current message, if any).
C-c C-q  message-fill-yanked-message (fill what was yanked).
C-c C-e  message-elide-region (elide the text between point and mark).
C-c C-r  message-caesar-buffer-body (rot13 the message body)." t nil)

(autoload 'message-mail "message" "\
Start editing a mail message to be sent." t nil)

(autoload 'message-news "message" "\
Start editing a news article to be sent." t nil)

(autoload 'message-reply "message" "\
Start editing a reply to the article in the current buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'message-wide-reply "message" "\
Make a \"wide\" reply to the message in the current buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'message-followup "message" "\
Follow up to the message in the current buffer.
If TO-NEWSGROUPS, use that as the new Newsgroups line." t nil)

(autoload 'message-cancel-news "message" "\
Cancel an article you posted." t nil)

(autoload 'message-supersede "message" "\
Start composing a message to supersede the current message.
This is done simply by taking the old article and adding a Supersedes
header line with the old Message-ID." t nil)

(autoload 'message-recover "message" "\
Reread contents of current buffer from its last auto-save file." t nil)

(autoload 'message-forward "message" "\
Forward the current message via mail.
Optional NEWS will use news to forward instead of mail." t nil)

(autoload 'message-resend "message" "\
Resend the current article to ADDRESS." t nil)

(autoload 'message-bounce "message" "\
Re-mail the current message.
This only makes sense if the current message is a bounce message than
contains some mail you have written which has been bounced back to
you." t nil)

(autoload 'message-mail-other-window "message" "\
Like `message-mail' command, but display mail buffer in another window." t nil)

(autoload 'message-mail-other-frame "message" "\
Like `message-mail' command, but display mail buffer in another frame." t nil)

(autoload 'message-news-other-window "message" "\
Start editing a news article to be sent." t nil)

(autoload 'message-news-other-frame "message" "\
Start editing a news article to be sent." t nil)

(autoload 'bold-region "message" "\
Bold all nonblank characters in the region.
Works by overstriking characters.
Called from program, takes two arguments START and END
which specify the range to operate on." t nil)

(autoload 'unbold-region "message" "\
Remove all boldness (overstruck characters) in the region.
Called from program, takes two arguments START and END
which specify the range to operate on." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "messcompat" "gnus/messcompat.el")

(defvar message-signature-file mail-signature-file "\
*File containing the text inserted at end of message. buffer.")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nndoc-add-type) "nndoc" "gnus/nndoc.el")

(autoload 'nndoc-add-type "nndoc" "\
Add document DEFINITION to the list of nndoc document definitions.
If POSITION is nil or `last', the definition will be added
as the last checked definition, if t or `first', add as the
first definition, and if any other symbol, add after that
symbol in the alist." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nnfolder-generate-active-file) "nnfolder" "gnus/nnfolder.el")

(autoload 'nnfolder-generate-active-file "nnfolder" "\
Look for mbox folders in the nnfolder directory and make them into groups." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nnkiboze-generate-groups) "nnkiboze" "gnus/nnkiboze.el")

(autoload 'nnkiboze-generate-groups "nnkiboze" "\
Usage: emacs -batch -l nnkiboze -f nnkiboze-generate-groups
Finds out what articles are to be part of the nnkiboze groups." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nnml-generate-nov-databases) "nnml" "gnus/nnml.el")

(autoload 'nnml-generate-nov-databases "nnml" "\
Generate NOV databases in all nnml directories." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (nnsoup-revert-variables nnsoup-set-variables nnsoup-pack-replies) "nnsoup" "gnus/nnsoup.el")

(autoload 'nnsoup-pack-replies "nnsoup" "\
Make an outbound package of SOUP replies." t nil)

(autoload 'nnsoup-set-variables "nnsoup" "\
Use the SOUP methods for posting news and mailing mail." t nil)

(autoload 'nnsoup-revert-variables "nnsoup" "\
Revert posting and mailing methods to the standard Emacs methods." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-score-mode) "score-mode" "gnus/score-mode.el")

(autoload 'gnus-score-mode "score-mode" "\
Mode for editing Gnus score files.
This mode is an extended emacs-lisp mode.

\\{gnus-score-mode-map}" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnus-smiley-display smiley-buffer smiley-region) "smiley" "gnus/smiley.el")

(autoload 'smiley-region "smiley" "\
Smilify the region between point and mark." t nil)

(autoload 'smiley-buffer "smiley" nil t nil)

(autoload 'gnus-smiley-display "smiley" "\
Display \"smileys\" as small graphical icons." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hm--html-minor-mode hm--html-mode) "hm--html-mode" "hm--html-menus/hm--html-mode.el")

(autoload 'hm--html-mode "hm--html-mode" "\
Major mode for editing HTML hypertext documents.  
Special commands:\\{hm--html-mode-map}
Turning on hm--html-mode calls the value of the variable hm--html-mode-hook,
if that value is non-nil." t nil)

(autoload 'hm--html-minor-mode "hm--html-mode" "\
Toggle hm--html-minor-mode.
With arg, turn hm--html-minor-mode on iff arg is positive." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (html-view-get-display html-view-goto-url html-view-view-buffer html-view-view-file html-view-start-mosaic) "html-view" "hm--html-menus/html-view.el")

(autoload 'html-view-start-mosaic "html-view" "\
Start Mosaic." t nil)

(autoload 'html-view-view-file "html-view" "\
View an html file with Mosaic." t nil)

(autoload 'html-view-view-buffer "html-view" "\
View html buffer with Mosaic.
If BUFFER-TO-VIEW is nil, then the current buffer is used." t nil)

(autoload 'html-view-goto-url "html-view" "\
Goto an URL in Mosaic." t nil)

(autoload 'html-view-get-display "html-view" "\
Get the display for Mosaic." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (tmpl-insert-template-file tmpl-insert-template-file-from-fixed-dirs tmpl-expand-templates-in-buffer tmpl-expand-templates-in-region) "tmpl-minor-mode" "hm--html-menus/tmpl-minor-mode.el")

(autoload 'tmpl-expand-templates-in-region "tmpl-minor-mode" "\
Expands the templates in the region from BEGIN to END.
If BEGIN and END are nil, then the current region is used." t nil)

(autoload 'tmpl-expand-templates-in-buffer "tmpl-minor-mode" "\
Expands all templates in the current buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'tmpl-insert-template-file-from-fixed-dirs "tmpl-minor-mode" "\
Inserts a template FILE and expands it, if `tmpl-automatic-expand' is t.
This command tries to read the template file from a list of
predefined directories (look at `tmpl-template-dir-list') and it filters
the contents of these directories with the regular expression
`tmpl-filter-regexp' (look also at this variable). 
The command uses a history variable, which could be changed with the
variable `tmpl-history-variable-name'.

The user of the command is able to change interactively to another
directory by entering at first the string \"Change the directory\".
This may be too difficult for the user. Therefore another command
called `tmpl-insert-template-file' exist, which doesn't use fixed
directories and filters." t nil)

(autoload 'tmpl-insert-template-file "tmpl-minor-mode" "\
Inserts a template FILE and expand it, if `tmpl-automatic-expand' is t.
Look also at `tmpl-template-dir-list', to specify a default template directory.
You should also take a look at `tmpl-insert-template-file-from-fixed-dirs'
which has additional advantages (and disadvantages :-).

ATTENTION: The interface of this function has changed. The old 
function had the argument list (&optional TEMPLATE-DIR AUTOMATIC-EXPAND).
The variables `tmpl-template-dir-list' and `tmpl-automatic-expand' must
now be used instead of the args TEMPLATE-DIR and AUTOMATIC-EXPAND." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hmail:compose) "hmail" "hyperbole/hmail.el")

(autoload 'hmail:compose "hmail" "\
Compose mail with ADDRESS and evaluation of EXPR.
Optional SUBJECT and HELP message may also be given." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (Info-handle-in-note smart-info-assist smart-info) "hmous-info" "hyperbole/hmous-info.el")

(autoload 'smart-info "hmous-info" "\
Walks through Info documentation networks using one key or mouse key.

If key is pressed within:
 (1) the first line of an Info Menu Entry or Cross Reference, the desired node
       is found;
 (2) the Up, Next, or Previous entries of a Node Header (first line),
       the desired node is found;
 (3) the File entry of a Node Header (first line),       
       the 'Top' node within that file is found;
 (4) at the end of the current node, the Next node is found (this will
       descend subtrees if the function 'Info-global-next' is bound);
 (5) anywhere else (e.g. at the end of a line), the current node entry is
       scrolled up one windowful.

Returns t if key is pressed within an Info Node Header, Cross Reference,
or a Menu; otherwise returns nil." t nil)

(autoload 'smart-info-assist "hmous-info" "\
Walks through Info documentation networks using one assist-key or mouse assist-key.

If assist-key is pressed within:
 (1) the first line of an Info Menu Entry or Cross Reference, the desired node
       is found;
 (2) the Up, Next, or Previous entries of a Node Header (first line),
       the last node in the history list is found;
 (3) the File entry of a Node Header (first line),       
       the 'DIR' root-level node is found;
 (4) at the end of the current node, the Previous node is found (this will
       return from subtrees if the function 'Info-global-prev is bound);
 (5) anywhere else (e.g. at the end of a line), the current node entry is
       scrolled down one windowful.

Returns t if assist-key is pressed within an Info Node Header, Cross Reference,
or a Menu; otherwise returns nil." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-handle-in-note "hmous-info" "\
Follows an Info cross-reference.
If point is within the first line of an Info note (cross-reference), follows
cross-reference and returns t; otherwise returns nil." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hkey-help-show) "hmouse-drv" "hyperbole/hmouse-drv.el")

(autoload 'hkey-help-show "hmouse-drv" "\
Saves prior frame configuration if BUFFER displays help.  Displays BUFFER.

Optional second arg CURRENT-WINDOW non-nil forces display of buffer within
the current window.  By default, it is displayed in another window." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (smart-tags-file smart-tags-file-path smart-objc smart-lisp-mode-p smart-java-at-tag-p smart-java smart-fortran-at-tag-p smart-c++ smart-c-at-tag-p smart-asm-at-tag-p) "hmouse-tag" "hyperbole/hmouse-tag.el")

(autoload 'smart-asm-at-tag-p "hmouse-tag" "\
Return assembly tag name that point is within, else nil." nil nil)

(autoload 'smart-c-at-tag-p "hmouse-tag" "\
Return C tag name that point is within, else nil." nil nil)

(autoload 'smart-c++ "hmouse-tag" "\
Jumps to the definition of optional C++ IDENTIFIER or the one at point.
Optional second arg NEXT means jump to next matching C++ tag.

It assumes that its caller has already checked that the key was pressed in an
appropriate buffer and has moved the cursor to the selected buffer.

If:
 (1) on a `#include' statement, the include file is displayed;
     Look for include file in directory lists `smart-c-cpp-include-dirs'
     and `smart-c-include-dirs'.
 (2) on a C++ identifier, the identifier definition is displayed,
     assuming the identifier is found within an `etags' generated tag file
     in the current directory or any of its ancestor directories.
 (3) if `smart-c-use-lib-man' is non-nil, the C++ identifier is
     recognized as a library symbol, and a man page is found for the
     identifier, then the man page is displayed." t nil)

(autoload 'smart-fortran-at-tag-p "hmouse-tag" "\
Return Fortran tag name that point is within, else nil." nil nil)

(autoload 'smart-java "hmouse-tag" "\
Jumps to the definition of optional Java IDENTIFIER or the one at point.
Optional second arg NEXT means jump to next matching Java tag.

It assumes that its caller has already checked that the key was pressed in an
appropriate buffer and has moved the cursor to the selected buffer.

If:
 (1) within a commented @see cross-reference, the referent is displayed;
 (2) on a `package' or `import' statement, the referent is displayed;
     Look for referent files in the directory list `smart-java-package-dirs'.
 (3) on an Java identifier, the identifier definition is displayed,
     assuming the identifier is found within an `etags' generated tag file
     in the current directory or any of its ancestor directories." t nil)

(autoload 'smart-java-at-tag-p "hmouse-tag" "\
Return Java tag name that point is within, else nil." nil nil)

(autoload 'smart-lisp-mode-p "hmouse-tag" "\
Return t if in a mode which uses Lisp symbols." nil nil)

(autoload 'smart-objc "hmouse-tag" "\
Jumps to the definition of optional Objective-C IDENTIFIER or the one at point.
Optional second arg NEXT means jump to next matching Objective-C tag.

It assumes that its caller has already checked that the key was pressed in an
appropriate buffer and has moved the cursor to the selected buffer.

If:
 (1) on a `#include' statement, the include file is displayed;
     Look for include file in directory lists `smart-c-cpp-include-dirs'
     and `smart-c-include-dirs'.
 (2) on an Objective-C identifier, the identifier definition is displayed,
     assuming the identifier is found within an `etags' generated tag file
     in the current directory or any of its ancestor directories.
 (3) if `smart-c-use-lib-man' is non-nil, the Objective-C identifier is
     recognized as a library symbol, and a man page is found for the
     identifier, then the man page is displayed." t nil)

(autoload 'smart-tags-file-path "hmouse-tag" "\
Expand relative FILE name by looking it up in the nearest tags file.
Return FILE unchanged if it exists relative to the current directory or
cannot be expanded via a tags file." nil nil)

(autoload 'smart-tags-file "hmouse-tag" "\
Return appropriate tags file name for CURR-FILENAME or `tags-file-name'.
Optional NAME-OF-TAGS-FILE is the literal filename for which to look." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hyperbole) "hui-mini" "hyperbole/hui-mini.el")

(autoload 'hyperbole "hui-mini" "\
Invokes default Hyperbole menu user interface when not already active.
Suitable for binding to a key, e.g. {C-h h}.
Non-interactively, returns t if menu is actually invoked by call, else nil.

Two optional arguments may be given to invoke alternative menus.
MENU (a symbol) specifies the menu to invoke from MENU-LIST, (a
Hyperbole menu list structure).  MENU defaults to 'hyperbole and MENU-LIST
to `hui:menus'.  See `hui:menus' definition for the format of the menu list
structure." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (var:append) "hvar" "hyperbole/hvar.el")

(autoload 'var:append "hvar" "\
Appends to value held by VAR-SYMBOL-NAME, LIST-TO-ADD.  Returns new value.
If VAR-SYMBOL-NAME is unbound, it is set to LIST-TO-ADD.
Often used to append to 'hook' variables." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hypb:display-file-with-logo hypb:configuration) "hypb" "hyperbole/hypb.el")

(autoload 'hypb:configuration "hypb" "\
Insert Emacs configuration information at the end of optional OUT-BUF or the current buffer." nil nil)

(autoload 'hypb:display-file-with-logo "hypb" "\
Display an optional text FILE with the InfoDock Associates logo prepended.
Without file, logo is prepended to the current buffer." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "hyperbole" "hyperbole/hyperbole.el")

(defvar action-key-url-function 'w3-fetch "\
Value is a function of one argument, a url, which displays the url referent.
Possible values are:
  w3-fetch - display using the W3 Emacs web browser;
  highlight-headers-follow-url-netscape - display in Netscape;
  highlight-headers-follow-url-mosaic - display in Mosaic.")

(defvar kimport:mode-alist '((t . kimport:text) (outline-mode . kimport:star-outline)) "\
Alist of (major-mode . importation-function) elements.
This determines the type of importation done on a file when `kimport:file' is
called if the major mode of the import file matches the car of an element in
this list.  If there is no match, then `kimport:suffix-alist' is checked.  If
that yields no match, the element in this list whose car is 't is used.  It
normally does an import of a koutline or text file.

Each importation-function must take two arguments, a buffer/file to import
and a buffer/file into which to insert the imported elements and a third
optional argument, CHILDREN-P, which when non-nil means insert imported cells
as the initial set of children of the current cell, if any.

   outline-mode  - imported as an Emacs outline whose entries begin with
                   asterisks; 
   .kot
   .kotl         - imported as a structured koutline

   all others    - imported as text.")

(defvar kimport:suffix-alist '(("\\.otl$" . kimport:star-outline) ("\\.aug$" . kimport:aug-post-outline)) "\
Alist of (buffer-name-suffix-regexp . importation-function) elements.
This determines the type of importation done on a file when `kimport:file' is
called.  Each importation-function must take two arguments, a buffer/file to
import and a buffer/file into which to insert the imported elements and a
third optional argument, CHILDREN-P, which when non-nil means insert imported
cells as the initial set of children of the current cell, if any.

   .otl  - imported as an Emacs outline whose entries begin with asterisks;
   .kot
   .kotl - imported as a structured koutline
   .aug  - imported as an Augment post-numbered outline.")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (wconfig-yank-pop wconfig-ring-save wconfig-delete-pop wconfig-restore-by-name wconfig-delete-by-name wconfig-add-by-name) "wconfig" "hyperbole/wconfig.el")

(autoload 'wconfig-add-by-name "wconfig" "\
Saves the current window configuration under the string NAME.
When called interactively and a window configuration already exists under
NAME, confirms whether or not to replace it." t nil)

(autoload 'wconfig-delete-by-name "wconfig" "\
Deletes window configuration saved under NAME." t nil)

(autoload 'wconfig-restore-by-name "wconfig" "\
Restores window configuration saved under NAME." t nil)

(autoload 'wconfig-delete-pop "wconfig" "\
Replaces current window config with most recently saved config in ring.
Then deletes this new configuration from the ring." t nil)

(autoload 'wconfig-ring-save "wconfig" "\
Saves the current window configuration onto the save ring.
Use {\\[wconfig-yank-pop]} to restore it at a later time." t nil)

(autoload 'wconfig-yank-pop "wconfig" "\
Replaces current window config with prefix arg Nth prior one in save ring.
Interactively, default value of N = 1, meaning the last saved window
configuration is displayed.

The sequence of window configurations wraps around, so that after the oldest
one comes the newest one." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (rolo-logic) "wrolo-logic" "hyperbole/wrolo-logic.el")

(autoload 'rolo-logic "wrolo-logic" "\
Apply FUNC to all entries in optional IN-BUFS, display entries where FUNC is non-nil.
If IN-BUFS is nil, 'rolo-file-list' is used.  If optional COUNT-ONLY is
non-nil, don't display entries, return count of matching entries only.  If
optional INCLUDE-SUB-ENTRIES flag is non-nil, FUNC will be applied across all
sub-entries at once.  Default is to apply FUNC to each entry and sub-entry
separately.  Entries are displayed with all of their sub-entries unless
INCLUDE-SUB-ENTRIES is nil and optional NO-SUB-ENTRIES-OUT flag is non-nil.
FUNC should use the free variables 'start' and 'end' which contain the limits
of the region on which it should operate.  Returns number of applications of
FUNC that return non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (rolo-yank rolo-toggle-datestamps rolo-sort rolo-kill rolo-grep rolo-fgrep rolo-edit rolo-display-matches rolo-add) "wrolo" "hyperbole/wrolo.el")

(autoload 'rolo-add "wrolo" "\
Adds a new entry in personal rolodex for NAME.
Last name first is best, e.g. \"Smith, John\".
With prefix argument, prompts for optional FILE to add entry within.
NAME may be of the form: parent/child to insert child below a parent
entry which begins with the parent string." t nil)

(autoload 'rolo-display-matches "wrolo" "\
Display optional DISPLAY-BUF buffer of previously found rolodex matches.
If DISPLAY-BUF is nil, use the value in `rolo-display-buffer'.
Second arg RETURN-TO-BUFFER is the buffer to leave point within after the display." t nil)

(autoload 'rolo-edit "wrolo" "\
Edits a rolodex entry given by optional NAME within `rolo-file-list'.
With prefix argument, prompts for optional FILE to locate entry within.
With no NAME arg, simply displays FILE or first entry in `rolo-file-list' in an
editable mode.  NAME may be of the form: parent/child to edit child below a
parent entry which begins with the parent string." t nil)

(autoload 'rolo-fgrep "wrolo" "\
Display rolodex entries matching STRING.
To a maximum of optional prefix arg MAX-MATCHES, in file(s) from optional
ROLO-FILE or rolo-file-list.  Default is to find all matching entries.  Each
entry is displayed with all of its sub-entries.  Optional COUNT-ONLY non-nil
means don't retrieve and don't display matching entries.  Optional NO-DISPLAY
non-nil means retrieve entries but don't display.

Nil value of MAX-MATCHES means find all matches, t value means find all matches
but omit file headers, negative values mean find up to the inverse of that
number of entries and omit file headers.

Returns number of entries matched.  See also documentation for the variable
rolo-file-list." t nil)

(autoload 'rolo-grep "wrolo" "\
Display rolodex entries matching REGEXP.
To a maximum of prefix arg MAX-MATCHES, in buffer(s) from optional ROLO-BUFS or
rolo-file-list.  Default is to find all matching entries.  Each entry is
displayed with all of its sub-entries.  Optional COUNT-ONLY non-nil means don't
retrieve and don't display matching entries.  Optional NO-DISPLAY non-nil
means retrieve entries but don't display.

Nil value of MAX-MATCHES means find all matches, t value means find all matches
but omit file headers, negative values mean find up to the inverse of that
number of entries and omit file headers.

Returns number of entries matched.  See also documentation for the variable
rolo-file-list." t nil)

(autoload 'rolo-kill "wrolo" "\
Kills a rolodex entry given by NAME within `rolo-file-list'.
With prefix argument, prompts for optional FILE to locate entry within.
NAME may be of the form: parent/child to kill child below a parent entry
which begins with the parent string.
Returns t if entry is killed, nil otherwise." t nil)

(autoload 'rolo-sort "wrolo" "\
Sorts up to 14 levels of entries in ROLO-FILE (default is personal rolo).
Assumes entries are delimited by one or more `*'characters.
Returns list of number of groupings at each entry level." t nil)

(autoload 'rolo-toggle-datestamps "wrolo" "\
Toggle whether datestamps are updated when rolodex entries are modified.
With optional ARG, turn them on iff ARG is positive." t nil)

(autoload 'rolo-yank "wrolo" "\
Inserts at point the first rolodex entry matching NAME.
With optional prefix arg, REGEXP-P, treats NAME as a regular expression instead
of a string." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (iso-accents-mode) "iso-acc" "iso/iso-acc.el")

(autoload 'iso-accents-mode "iso-acc" "\
Toggle ISO Accents mode, in which accents modify the following letter.
This permits easy insertion of accented characters according to ISO-8859-1.
When Iso-accents mode is enabled, accent character keys
\(`, ', \", ^, / and ~) do not self-insert; instead, they modify the following
letter key so that it inserts an ISO accented letter.

You can customize ISO Accents mode to a particular language
with the command `iso-accents-customize'.

Special combinations: ~c gives a c with cedilla,
~d gives an Icelandic eth (d with dash).
~t gives an Icelandic thorn.
\"s gives German sharp s.
/a gives a with ring.
/e gives an a-e ligature.
~< and ~> give guillemots.
~! gives an inverted exclamation mark.
~? gives an inverted question mark.

With an argument, a positive argument enables ISO Accents mode, 
and a negative argument disables it." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mc-deactivate-passwd mc-install-write-mode mc-install-read-mode) "mailcrypt" "mailcrypt/mailcrypt.el")

(autoload 'mc-install-read-mode "mailcrypt" nil t nil)

(autoload 'mc-install-write-mode "mailcrypt" nil t nil)

(autoload 'mc-deactivate-passwd "mailcrypt" "\
*Deactivate the passphrase cache." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mc-pgp-fetch-key mc-scheme-pgp) "mc-pgp" "mailcrypt/mc-pgp.el")

(autoload 'mc-scheme-pgp "mc-pgp" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'mc-pgp-fetch-key "mc-pgp" "\
Attempt to fetch a key for addition to PGP keyring.  Interactively,
prompt for string matching key to fetch.

Non-interactively, ID must be a pair.  The CAR must be a bare Email
address and the CDR a keyID (with \"0x\" prefix).  Either, but not
both, may be nil.

Return t if we think we were successful; nil otherwise.  Note that nil
is not necessarily an error, since we may have merely fired off an Email
request for the key." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mc-remailer-insert-response-block mc-remailer-encrypt-for-chain mc-remailer-insert-pseudonym) "mc-remail" "mailcrypt/mc-remail.el")

(autoload 'mc-remailer-insert-pseudonym "mc-remail" "\
Insert pseudonym as a From field in the hash-mark header.

See the documentation for the variable `mc-remailer-pseudonyms' for
more information." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-remailer-encrypt-for-chain "mc-remail" "\
Encrypt message for a remailer chain, prompting for chain to use.

With \\[universal-argument], pause before each encryption." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-remailer-insert-response-block "mc-remail" "\
Insert response block at point, prompting for chain to use.

With \\[universal-argument], enter a recursive edit of the innermost
layer of the block before encrypting it." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mc-mh-snarf-keys mc-mh-verify-signature mc-mh-decrypt-message mc-gnus-decrypt-message mc-gnus-snarf-keys mc-gnus-verify-signature mc-vm-snarf-keys mc-vm-decrypt-message mc-vm-verify-signature mc-rmail-decrypt-message mc-rmail-verify-signature mc-rmail-summary-snarf-keys mc-rmail-summary-decrypt-message mc-rmail-summary-verify-signature mc-snarf-keys mc-snarf mc-insert-public-key mc-verify-signature mc-verify mc-sign-message mc-sign mc-decrypt-message mc-decrypt mc-encrypt-message mc-encrypt mc-cleanup-recipient-headers) "mc-toplev" "mailcrypt/mc-toplev.el")

(autoload 'mc-cleanup-recipient-headers "mc-toplev" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'mc-encrypt "mc-toplev" "\
*Encrypt the current buffer.

Exact behavior depends on current major mode.

With \\[universal-argument], prompt for User ID to sign as.

With \\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument], prompt for encryption scheme to use." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-encrypt-message "mc-toplev" "\
*Encrypt a message for RECIPIENTS using the given encryption SCHEME.
RECIPIENTS is a comma separated string. If SCHEME is nil, use the value
of `mc-default-scheme'.  Returns t on success, nil otherwise." nil nil)

(autoload 'mc-decrypt "mc-toplev" "\
*Decrypt a message in the current buffer.

Exact behavior depends on current major mode." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-decrypt-message "mc-toplev" "\
Decrypt whatever message is in the current buffer.
Returns a pair (SUCCEEDED . VERIFIED) where SUCCEEDED is t if the encryption
succeeded and VERIFIED is t if it had a valid signature." nil nil)

(autoload 'mc-sign "mc-toplev" "\
*Sign a message in the current buffer.

Exact behavior depends on current major mode.

With one prefix arg, prompts for private key to use, with two prefix args,
also prompts for encryption scheme to use.  With negative prefix arg,
inhibits clearsigning (pgp)." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-sign-message "mc-toplev" "\
Clear sign the message." nil nil)

(autoload 'mc-verify "mc-toplev" "\
*Verify a message in the current buffer.

Exact behavior depends on current major mode." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-verify-signature "mc-toplev" "\
*Verify the signature of the signed message in the current buffer.
Show the result as a message in the minibuffer. Returns t if the signature
is verified." nil nil)

(autoload 'mc-insert-public-key "mc-toplev" "\
*Insert your public key at point.
With one prefix arg, prompts for user id to use. With two prefix
args, prompts for encryption scheme." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-snarf "mc-toplev" "\
*Add all public keys in the buffer to your keyring.

Exact behavior depends on current major mode." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-snarf-keys "mc-toplev" "\
*Add all public keys in the buffer to your keyring." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-rmail-summary-verify-signature "mc-toplev" "\
*Verify the signature in the current message." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-rmail-summary-decrypt-message "mc-toplev" "\
*Decrypt the contents of this message" t nil)

(autoload 'mc-rmail-summary-snarf-keys "mc-toplev" "\
*Adds keys from current message to public key ring" t nil)

(autoload 'mc-rmail-verify-signature "mc-toplev" "\
*Verify the signature in the current message." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-rmail-decrypt-message "mc-toplev" "\
*Decrypt the contents of this message" t nil)

(autoload 'mc-vm-verify-signature "mc-toplev" "\
*Verify the signature in the current VM message" t nil)

(autoload 'mc-vm-decrypt-message "mc-toplev" "\
*Decrypt the contents of the current VM message" t nil)

(autoload 'mc-vm-snarf-keys "mc-toplev" "\
*Snarf public key from the contents of the current VM message" t nil)

(autoload 'mc-gnus-verify-signature "mc-toplev" nil t nil)

(autoload 'mc-gnus-snarf-keys "mc-toplev" nil t nil)

(autoload 'mc-gnus-decrypt-message "mc-toplev" nil t nil)

(autoload 'mc-mh-decrypt-message "mc-toplev" "\
Decrypt the contents of the current MH message in the show buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-mh-verify-signature "mc-toplev" "\
*Verify the signature in the current MH message." t nil)

(autoload 'mc-mh-snarf-keys "mc-toplev" nil t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mh-letter-mode mh-smail-other-window mh-smail-batch mh-smail) "mh-comp" "mh-e/mh-comp.el")

(autoload 'mh-smail "mh-comp" "\
Compose and send mail with the MH mail system.
This function is an entry point to mh-e, the Emacs front end
to the MH mail system.

See documentation of `\\[mh-send]' for more details on composing mail." t nil)

(autoload 'mh-smail-batch "mh-comp" "\
Set up a mail composition draft with the MH mail system.
This function is an entry point to mh-e, the Emacs front end
to the MH mail system.  This function does not prompt the user
for any header fields, and thus is suitable for use by programs
that want to create a mail buffer.
Users should use `\\[mh-smail]' to compose mail." nil nil)

(autoload 'mh-smail-other-window "mh-comp" "\
Compose and send mail in other window with the MH mail system.
This function is an entry point to mh-e, the Emacs front end
to the MH mail system.

See documentation of `\\[mh-send]' for more details on composing mail." t nil)

(autoload 'mh-letter-mode "mh-comp" "\
Mode for composing letters in mh-e.\\<mh-letter-mode-map>
When you have finished composing, type \\[mh-send-letter] to send the message
using the MH mail handling system.
See the documentation for \\[mh-edit-mhn] for information on composing MIME
messages.

\\{mh-letter-mode-map}

Variables controlling this mode (defaults in parentheses):

 mh-delete-yanked-msg-window (nil)
    If non-nil, \\[mh-yank-cur-msg] will delete any windows displaying
    the yanked message.

 mh-yank-from-start-of-msg (t)
    If non-nil, \\[mh-yank-cur-msg] will include the entire message.
    If `body', just yank the body (no header).
    If nil, only the portion of the message following the point will be yanked.
    If there is a region, this variable is ignored.

 mh-ins-buf-prefix (\"> \")
    String to insert before each non-blank line of a message as it is
    inserted in a draft letter.

 mh-signature-file-name (\"~/.signature\")
    File to be inserted into message by \\[mh-insert-signature].

Upon invoking mh-letter-mode, text-mode-hook and mh-letter-mode-hook are
invoked with no args, if those values are non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mh-version mh-rmail) "mh-e" "mh-e/mh-e.el")

(autoload 'mh-rmail "mh-e" "\
Inc(orporate) new mail with MH, or, with arg, scan an MH mail folder.
This function is an entry point to mh-e, the Emacs front end
to the MH mail system." t nil)

(autoload 'mh-version "mh-e" "\
Display version information about mh-e and the MH mail handling system." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "mh-mime" "mh-e/mh-mime.el")

(defvar mh-mime-content-types '(("text/plain") ("text/richtext") ("multipart/mixed") ("multipart/alternative") ("multipart/digest") ("multipart/parallel") ("message/rfc822") ("message/partial") ("message/external-body") ("application/octet-stream") ("application/postscript") ("image/jpeg") ("image/gif") ("audio/basic") ("video/mpeg")) "\
Legal MIME content types.  See documentation for \\[mh-edit-mhn].")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "mh-utils" "mh-e/mh-utils.el")

(put 'mh-progs 'risky-local-variable t)

(put 'mh-lib 'risky-local-variable t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "abbrev" "modes/abbrev.el")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ada-make-filename-from-adaname ada-mode) "ada-mode" "modes/ada-mode.el")

(autoload 'ada-mode "ada-mode" "\
Ada Mode is the major mode for editing Ada code.

Bindings are as follows: (Note: 'LFD' is control-j.)

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

 Re-format the parameter-list point is in             '\\[ada-format-paramlist]'
 Indent all lines in region                           '\\[ada-indent-region]'
 Call external pretty printer program                 '\\[ada-call-pretty-printer]'

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

 Call EXTERNAL pretty printer (if you have one)       '\\[ada-call-pretty-printer]'

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

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

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

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

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

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

If you use ada-xref.el:
 Goto declaration:          '\\[ada-point-and-xref]' on the identifier
                         or '\\[ada-goto-declaration]' with point on the identifier
 Complete identifier:       '\\[ada-complete-identifier]'
 Execute Gnatf:             '\\[ada-gnatf-current]'" t nil)

(autoload 'ada-make-filename-from-adaname "ada-mode" "\
Determine the filename of a package/procedure from its own Ada name." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (archive-mode) "arc-mode" "modes/arc-mode.el")

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

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

\\{archive-mode-map}" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (asm-mode) "asm-mode" "modes/asm-mode.el")

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

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

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

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

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

Special commands:
\\{asm-mode-map}
" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (awk-mode) "awk-mode" "modes/awk-mode.el")

(autoload 'awk-mode "awk-mode" "\
Major mode for editing AWK code.
This is much like C mode except for the syntax of comments.  It uses
the same keymap as C mode and has the same variables for customizing
indentation.  It has its own abbrev table and its own syntax table.

Turning on AWK mode calls the value of the variable `awk-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (bibtex-mode) "bibtex" "modes/bibtex.el")

(autoload 'bibtex-mode "bibtex" "\
Major mode for editing bibtex files.

\\{bibtex-mode-map}

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

The optional fields start with the string OPT, and thus ignored by BibTeX.
The OPT string may be removed from a field with \\[bibtex-remove-OPT].
\\[bibtex-kill-optional-field] kills the current optional field entirely.
\\[bibtex-remove-double-quotes] removes the double-quotes around the text of
the current field.  \\[bibtex-empty-field] replaces the text of the current
field with the default \"\".

The command \\[bibtex-clean-entry] cleans the current entry, i.e. (i) removes
double-quotes from entirely numerical fields, (ii) removes OPT from all
non-empty optional fields, (iii) removes all empty optional fields, and (iv)
checks that no non-optional fields are empty.

Use \\[bibtex-find-text] to position the dot at the end of the current field.
Use \\[bibtex-next-field] to move to end of the next field.

The following may be of interest as well:

  Functions:
    find-bibtex-duplicates
    find-bibtex-entry-location
    hide-bibtex-entry-bodies
    sort-bibtex-entries
    validate-bibtex-buffer

  Variables:
    bibtex-clean-entry-zap-empty-opts
    bibtex-entry-field-alist
    bibtex-include-OPTannote
    bibtex-include-OPTcrossref
    bibtex-include-OPTkey
    bibtex-maintain-sorted-entries
    bibtex-mode-user-optional-fields

Fields:
    address
           Publisher's address
    annote
           Long annotation used for annotated bibliographies (begins sentence)
    author
           Name(s) of author(s), in BibTeX name format
    booktitle
           Book title when the thing being referenced isn't the whole book.
           For book entries, the title field should be used instead.
    chapter
           Chapter number
    crossref
	   The database key of the entry being cross referenced.
    edition
           Edition of a book (e.g., \"second\")
    editor
           Name(s) of editor(s), in BibTeX name format.
           If there is also an author field, then the editor field should be
           for the book or collection that the work appears in
    howpublished
            How something strange has been published (begins sentence)
    institution
           Sponsoring institution
    journal
           Journal name (macros are provided for many)
    key
           Alphabetizing and labeling key (needed when no author or editor)
    month
           Month (macros are provided)
    note
           To help the reader find a reference (begins sentence)
    number
           Number of a journal or technical report
    organization
           Organization (sponsoring a conference)
    pages
           Page number or numbers (use `--' to separate a range)
    publisher
           Publisher name
    school
           School name (for theses)
    series
           The name of a series or set of books.
           An individual book will also have its own title
    title
           The title of the thing being referenced
    type
           Type of a technical report (e.g., \"Research Note\") to be used
           instead of the default \"Technical Report\"
    volume
           Volume of a journal or multivolume work
    year
           Year---should contain only numerals
---------------------------------------------------------
Entry to this mode calls the value of bibtex-mode-hook if that value is
non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (c-add-style c-set-style java-mode objc-mode c++-mode c-mode) "cc-mode" "modes/cc-mode.el")

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

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

The hook variable `c-mode-hook' is run with no args, if that value is
bound and has a non-nil value.  Also the hook `c-mode-common-hook' is
run first.

Key bindings:
\\{c-mode-map}" t nil)

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

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

The hook variable `c++-mode-hook' is run with no args, if that
variable is bound and has a non-nil value.  Also the hook
`c-mode-common-hook' is run first.

Key bindings:
\\{c++-mode-map}" t nil)

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

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

The hook variable `objc-mode-hook' is run with no args, if that value
is bound and has a non-nil value.  Also the hook `c-mode-common-hook'
is run first.

Key bindings:
\\{objc-mode-map}" t nil)

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

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

The hook variable `java-mode-hook' is run with no args, if that value
is bound and has a non-nil value.  Also the common hook
`c-mode-common-hook' is run first.  Note that this mode automatically
sets the \"java\" style before calling any hooks so be careful if you
set styles in `c-mode-common-hook'.

Key bindings:
\\{java-mode-map}" t nil)

(autoload 'c-set-style "cc-mode" "\
Set CC Mode variables to use one of several different indentation styles.
STYLENAME is a string representing the desired style from the list of
styles described in the variable `c-style-alist'.  See that variable
for details of setting up styles.

The variable `c-indentation-style' always contains the buffer's current
style name." t nil)

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

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

See the variable `c-style-alist' for the semantics of VARIABLE and
VALUE.  This function also sets the current style to STYLE using
`c-set-style' if the optional SET-P flag is non-nil." t nil)

(fset 'set-c-style           'c-set-style)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (common-lisp-indent-function) "cl-indent" "modes/cl-indent.el")

(autoload 'common-lisp-indent-function "cl-indent" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (c-macro-expand) "cmacexp" "modes/cmacexp.el")

(autoload 'c-macro-expand "cmacexp" "\
Expand C macros in the region, using the C preprocessor.
Normally display output in temp buffer, but
prefix arg means replace the region with it.

`c-macro-preprocessor' specifies the preprocessor to use.
Prompt for arguments to the preprocessor (e.g. `-DDEBUG -I ./include')
if the user option `c-macro-prompt-flag' is non-nil.

Noninteractive args are START, END, SUBST.
For use inside Lisp programs, see also `c-macro-expansion'." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (eiffel-mode) "eiffel3" "modes/eiffel3.el")

(autoload 'eiffel-mode "eiffel3" "\
Major mode for editing Eiffel programs." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (enriched-decode enriched-encode enriched-mode) "enriched" "modes/enriched.el")

(autoload 'enriched-mode "enriched" "\
Minor mode for editing text/enriched files.
These are files with embedded formatting information in the MIME standard
text/enriched format.
Turning the mode on runs `enriched-mode-hook'.

More information about Enriched mode is available in the file 
etc/enriched.doc  in the Emacs distribution directory.

Commands:

\\<enriched-mode-map>\\{enriched-mode-map}" t nil)

(autoload 'enriched-encode "enriched" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'enriched-decode "enriched" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (executable-self-display executable-set-magic) "executable" "modes/executable.el")

(autoload 'executable-set-magic "executable" "\
Set this buffer's interpreter to INTERPRETER with optional ARGUMENT.
The variables `executable-magicless-file-regexp', `executable-prefix',
`executable-insert', `executable-query' and `executable-chmod' control
when and how magic numbers are inserted or replaced and scripts made
executable." t nil)

(autoload 'executable-self-display "executable" "\
Turn a text file into a self-displaying Un*x command.
The magic number of such a command displays all lines but itself." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (f90-mode) "f90" "modes/f90.el")

(autoload 'f90-mode "f90" "\
Major mode for editing Fortran 90 code in free format.

\\[f90-indent-new-line] corrects current indentation and creates new indented line.
\\[f90-indent-line] indents the current line correctly. 
\\[f90-indent-subprogram] indents the current subprogram. 

Type `? or `\\[help-command] to display a list of built-in abbrevs for F90 keywords.

Key definitions:
\\{f90-mode-map}

Variables controlling indentation style and extra features:

 f90-do-indent
    Extra indentation within do blocks.  (default 3)
 f90-if-indent
    Extra indentation within if/select case/where/forall blocks. (default 3)
 f90-type-indent
    Extra indentation within type/interface/block-data blocks.  (default 3)
 f90-program-indent
    Extra indentation within program/module/subroutine/function blocks.
      (default 2)
 f90-continuation-indent
    Extra indentation applied to continuation lines.  (default 5)
 f90-comment-region
    String inserted by \\[f90-comment-region] at start of each line in 
    region.  (default \"!!!$\")
 f90-indented-comment-re
    Regexp determining the type of comment to be intended like code.
    (default \"!\")
 f90-directive-comment-re
    Regexp of comment-like directive like \"!HPF\\\\$\", not to be indented.
    (default \"!hpf\\\\$\")
 f90-break-delimiters
    Regexp holding list of delimiters at which lines may be broken.
    (default \"[-+*/><=,% \\t]\")
 f90-break-before-delimiters
    Non-nil causes `f90-do-auto-fill' to break lines before delimiters.
    (default t)
 f90-beginning-ampersand 
    Automatic insertion of & at beginning of continuation lines. (default t)
 f90-smart-end 
    From an END statement, check and fill the end using matching block start.
    Allowed values are 'blink, 'no-blink, and nil, which determine
    whether to blink the matching beginning.) (default 'blink)
 f90-auto-keyword-case
    Automatic change of case of keywords. (default nil)
    The possibilities are 'downcase-word, 'upcase-word, 'capitalize-word.
 f90-leave-line-no
    Do not left-justify line numbers. (default nil)
 f90-startup-message
    Set to nil to inhibit message first time F90 mode is used. (default t)
 f90-keywords-re
    List of keywords used for highlighting/upcase-keywords etc.

Turning on F90 mode calls the value of the variable `f90-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (follow-delete-other-windows-and-split follow-mode turn-off-follow-mode turn-on-follow-mode) "follow" "modes/follow.el")

(add-minor-mode 'follow-mode nil 'follow-mode-map)

(autoload 'turn-on-follow-mode "follow" "\
Turn on Follow mode. Please see the function `follow-mode'." t nil)

(autoload 'turn-off-follow-mode "follow" "\
Turn off Follow mode. Please see the function `follow-mode'." t nil)

(autoload 'follow-mode "follow" "\
Minor mode which combines windows into one tall virtual window.

The feeling of a \"virtual window\" has been accomplished by the use
of two major techniques:

* The windows always displays adjacent sections of the buffer. 
  This means that whenever one window is moved, all the
  others will follow.  (Hence the name Follow Mode.)

* Should the point (cursor) end up outside a window, another 
  window displaying that point is selected, if possible.  This 
  makes it possible to walk between windows using normal cursor 
  movement commands.

Follow mode comes to its prime when used on a large screen and two
side-by-side window are used. The user can, with the help of Follow
mode, use two full-height windows as though they would have been
one. Imagine yourself editing a large function, or section of text,
and being able to use 144 lines instead of the normal 72... (your
mileage may vary).

To split one large window into two side-by-side windows, the commands
`\\[split-window-horizontally]' or `M-x follow-delete-other-windows-and-split' can be used.

Only windows displayed in the same frame follow each-other.

If the variable `follow-intercept-processes' is non-nil, Follow mode
will listen to the output of processes and redisplay accordingly.
\(This is the default.)

When Follow mode is switched on, the hook `follow-mode-hook'
is called.  When turned off, `follow-mode-off-hook' is called.

Keys specific to Follow mode:
\\{follow-mode-map}" t nil)

(autoload 'follow-delete-other-windows-and-split "follow" "\
Create two side by side windows and enter Follow Mode.

Execute this command to display as much as possible of the text
in the selected window.  All other windows, in the current 
frame, are deleted and the selected window is split in two
side-by-side windows. Follow Mode is activated, hence the 
two windows always will display two successive pages.
\(If one window is moved, the other one will follow.)

If ARG is positive, the leftmost window is selected.  If it negative,
the rightmost is selected.  If ARG is nil, the leftmost window is
selected if the original window is the first one in the frame.

To bind this command to a hotkey, place the following line
in your `~/.emacs' file, replacing [f7] by your favourite key:
    (global-set-key [f7] 'follow-delete-other-windows-and-split)" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (fortran-mode) "fortran" "modes/fortran.el")

(defcustom fortran-tab-mode-default nil "*Default tabbing/carriage control style for empty files in Fortran mode.\nA value of t specifies tab-digit style of continuation control.\nA value of nil specifies that continuation lines are marked\nwith a character in column 6." :type 'boolean :group 'fortran-indent)

(autoload 'fortran-mode "fortran" "\
Major mode for editing Fortran code.
\\[fortran-indent-line] indents the current Fortran line correctly. 
DO statements must not share a common CONTINUE.

Type ;? or ;\\[help-command] to display a list of built-in abbrevs for Fortran keywords.

Key definitions:
\\{fortran-mode-map}

Variables controlling indentation style and extra features:

 comment-start
    Normally nil in Fortran mode.  If you want to use comments
    starting with `!', set this to the string \"!\".
 fortran-do-indent
    Extra indentation within do blocks.  (default 3)
 fortran-if-indent
    Extra indentation within if blocks.  (default 3)
 fortran-structure-indent
    Extra indentation within structure, union, map and interface blocks.
    (default 3)
 fortran-continuation-indent
    Extra indentation applied to continuation statements.  (default 5)
 fortran-comment-line-extra-indent
    Amount of extra indentation for text within full-line comments. (default 0)
 fortran-comment-indent-style
    nil    means don't change indentation of text in full-line comments,
    fixed  means indent that text at `fortran-comment-line-extra-indent' beyond
           the value of `fortran-minimum-statement-indent-fixed' (for fixed
           format continuation style) or `fortran-minimum-statement-indent-tab'
           (for TAB format continuation style).
    relative  means indent at `fortran-comment-line-extra-indent' beyond the
 	      indentation for a line of code.
    (default 'fixed)
 fortran-comment-indent-char
    Single-character string to be inserted instead of space for
    full-line comment indentation.  (default \" \")
 fortran-minimum-statement-indent-fixed
    Minimum indentation for Fortran statements in fixed format mode. (def.6)
 fortran-minimum-statement-indent-tab
    Minimum indentation for Fortran statements in TAB format mode. (default 9)
 fortran-line-number-indent
    Maximum indentation for line numbers.  A line number will get
    less than this much indentation if necessary to avoid reaching
    column 5.  (default 1)
 fortran-check-all-num-for-matching-do
    Non-nil causes all numbered lines to be treated as possible \"continue\"
    statements.  (default nil)
 fortran-blink-matching-if 
    Non-nil causes \\[fortran-indent-line] on an ENDIF statement to blink on
    matching IF.  Also, from an ENDDO statement, blink on matching DO [WHILE]
    statement.  (default nil)
 fortran-continuation-string
    Single-character string to be inserted in column 5 of a continuation
    line.  (default \"$\")
 fortran-comment-region
    String inserted by \\[fortran-comment-region] at start of each line in 
    region.  (default \"c$$$\")
 fortran-electric-line-number
    Non-nil causes line number digits to be moved to the correct column 
    as typed.  (default t)
 fortran-break-before-delimiters
    Non-nil causes `fortran-fill' breaks lines before delimiters.
    (default t)
 fortran-startup-message
    Set to nil to inhibit message first time Fortran mode is used.

Turning on Fortran mode calls the value of the variable `fortran-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hide-ifdef-mode) "hideif" "modes/hideif.el")

(add-minor-mode 'hide-ifdef-mode " Ifdef")

(autoload 'hide-ifdef-mode "hideif" "\
Toggle Hide-Ifdef mode.  This is a minor mode, albeit a large one.
With ARG, turn Hide-Ifdef mode on if arg is positive, off otherwise.
In Hide-Ifdef mode, code within #ifdef constructs that the C preprocessor
would eliminate may be hidden from view.  Several variables affect
how the hiding is done:

hide-ifdef-env
	An association list of defined and undefined symbols for the
	current buffer.  Initially, the global value of `hide-ifdef-env'
	is used.

hide-ifdef-define-alist
	An association list of defined symbol lists.  
        Use `hide-ifdef-set-define-alist' to save the current `hide-ifdef-env'
        and `hide-ifdef-use-define-alist' to set the current `hide-ifdef-env'
        from one of the lists in `hide-ifdef-define-alist'.

hide-ifdef-lines
	Set to non-nil to not show #if, #ifdef, #ifndef, #else, and
	#endif lines when hiding.

hide-ifdef-initially
	Indicates whether `hide-ifdefs' should be called when Hide-Ifdef mode
	is activated.

hide-ifdef-read-only
	Set to non-nil if you want to make buffers read only while hiding.
	After `show-ifdefs', read-only status is restored to previous value.

\\{hide-ifdef-mode-map}" t nil)

(defvar hide-ifdef-initially nil "\
*Non-nil means call `hide-ifdefs' when Hide-Ifdef mode is first activated.")

(defvar hide-ifdef-read-only nil "\
*Set to non-nil if you want buffer to be read-only while hiding text.")

(defvar hide-ifdef-lines nil "\
*Non-nil means hide the #ifX, #else, and #endif lines.")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hs-minor-mode hs-hide-block hs-hide-all) "hideshow" "modes/hideshow.el")

(defvar hs-minor-mode nil "\
Non-nil if using hideshow mode as a minor mode of some other mode.
Use the command `hs-minor-mode' to toggle this variable.")

(autoload 'hs-hide-all "hideshow" "\
Hides all top-level blocks, displaying only first and last lines.
It moves point to the beginning of the line, and it runs the normal hook
`hs-hide-hook'.  See documentation for `run-hooks'." t nil)

(autoload 'hs-hide-block "hideshow" "\
Selects a block and hides it.  With prefix arg, reposition at end.
Block is defined as a sexp for lispish modes, mode-specific otherwise.
Comments are blocks, too.  Upon completion, point is at repositioned and
the normal hook `hs-hide-hook' is run.  See documentation for `run-hooks'." t nil)

(autoload 'hs-minor-mode "hideshow" "\
Toggle hideshow minor mode.
With ARG, turn hideshow minor mode on if ARG is positive, off otherwise.
When hideshow minor mode is on, the menu bar is augmented with hideshow
commands and the hideshow commands are enabled.  The variables
`selective-display' and `selective-display-ellipses' are set to t.
Last, the normal hook `hs-minor-mode-hook' is run; see the doc for `run-hooks'.

Turning hideshow minor mode off reverts the menu bar and the
variables to default values and disables the hideshow commands." t nil)

(add-minor-mode 'hs-minor-mode " hs" 'hs-minor-mode-map)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (icon-mode) "icon" "modes/icon.el")

(autoload 'icon-mode "icon" "\
Major mode for editing Icon code.
Expression and list commands understand all Icon brackets.
Tab indents for Icon code.
Paragraphs are separated by blank lines only.
Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.
\\{icon-mode-map}
Variables controlling indentation style:
 icon-tab-always-indent
    Non-nil means TAB in Icon mode should always reindent the current line,
    regardless of where in the line point is when the TAB command is used.
 icon-auto-newline
    Non-nil means automatically newline before and after braces
    inserted in Icon code.
 icon-indent-level
    Indentation of Icon statements within surrounding block.
    The surrounding block's indentation is the indentation
    of the line on which the open-brace appears.
 icon-continued-statement-offset
    Extra indentation given to a substatement, such as the
    then-clause of an if or body of a while.
 icon-continued-brace-offset
    Extra indentation given to a brace that starts a substatement.
    This is in addition to `icon-continued-statement-offset'.
 icon-brace-offset
    Extra indentation for line if it starts with an open brace.
 icon-brace-imaginary-offset
    An open brace following other text is treated as if it were
    this far to the right of the start of its line.

Turning on Icon mode calls the value of the variable `icon-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (imenu imenu-add-to-menubar) "imenu" "modes/imenu.el")

(defvar imenu-generic-expression nil "\
The regex pattern to use for creating a buffer index.

If non-nil this pattern is passed to `imenu-create-index-with-pattern'
to create a buffer index.

It is an alist with elements that look like this: (MENU-TITLE
REGEXP INDEX). 

MENU-TITLE is a string used as the title for the submenu or nil if the
entries are not nested.

REGEXP is a regexp that should match a construct in the buffer that is
to be displayed in the menu; i.e., function or variable definitions,
etc.  It contains a substring which is the name to appear in the
menu.  See the info section on Regexps for more information.

INDEX points to the substring in REGEXP that contains the name (of the
function, variable or type) that is to appear in the menu.

For emacs-lisp-mode for example PATTERN would look like:

'((nil \"^\\\\s-*(def\\\\(un\\\\|subst\\\\|macro\\\\|advice\\\\)\\\\s-+\\\\([-A-Za-z0-9+]+\\\\)\" 2)
  (\"*Vars*\" \"^\\\\s-*(def\\\\(var\\\\|const\\\\)\\\\s-+\\\\([-A-Za-z0-9+]+\\\\)\" 2)
  (\"*Types*\" \"^\\\\s-*(def\\\\(type\\\\|struct\\\\|class\\\\|ine-condition\\\\)\\\\s-+\\\\([-A-Za-z0-9+]+\\\\)\" 2))

The variable is buffer-local.")

(make-variable-buffer-local 'imenu-generic-expression)

(autoload 'imenu-add-to-menubar "imenu" "\
Adds an `imenu' entry to the menu bar for the current buffer.
NAME is a string used to name the menu bar item.
See the command `imenu' for more information." t nil)

(autoload 'imenu "imenu" "\
Jump to a place in the buffer chosen using a buffer menu or mouse menu.
See `imenu-choose-buffer-index' for more information." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ksh-mode) "ksh-mode" "modes/ksh-mode.el")

(autoload 'ksh-mode "ksh-mode" "\
ksh-mode $Revision: 1.27 $ - Major mode for editing (Bourne, Korn or Bourne again)
shell scripts.
Special key bindings and commands:
\\{ksh-mode-map}
Variables controlling indentation style:
ksh-indent
    Indentation of ksh statements with respect to containing block.
    Default value is 2.
ksh-case-indent
    Additional indentation for statements under case items.
    Default value is nil which will align the statements one position 
    past the \")\" of the pattern.
ksh-case-item-offset
    Additional indentation for case items within a case statement.
    Default value is 2.
ksh-group-offset
    Additional indentation for keywords \"do\" and \"then\".
    Default value is -2.
ksh-brace-offset
    Additional indentation of \"{\" under functions or brace groupings.
    Default value is 0.
ksh-multiline-offset
   Additional indentation of line that is preceded of a line ending with a
   \\ to make it continue on next line.
ksh-tab-always-indent
    Controls the operation of the TAB key. If t (the default), always
    reindent the current line.  If nil, indent the current line only if
    point is at the left margin or in the line's indentation; otherwise
    insert a tab.
ksh-match-and-tell
    If non-nil echo in the minibuffer the matching compound command
    for the \"done\", \"}\", \"fi\", or \"esac\". Default value is t.

ksh-align-to-keyword
    Controls whether nested constructs align from the keyword or
    the current indentation. If non-nil, indentation will be relative to
    the column the keyword starts. If nil, indentation will be relative to
    the current indentation of the line the keyword is on.
    The default value is non-nil.

ksh-comment-regexp
  Regular expression used to recognize comments. Customize to support
  ksh-like languages. Default value is \"\\s *#\".

Style Guide.
 By setting
    (setq ksh-indent default-tab-width)
    (setq ksh-group-offset 0)

    The following style is obtained:

    if [ -z $foo ]
	    then
		    bar    # <-- ksh-group-offset is additive to ksh-indent
		    foo
    fi

 By setting
    (setq ksh-indent default-tab-width)
    (setq ksh-group-offset (- 0 ksh-indent))

    The following style is obtained:

    if [ -z $foo ]
    then
	    bar
	    foo
    fi

 By setting
    (setq ksh-case-item-offset 1)
    (setq ksh-case-indent nil)

    The following style is obtained:

    case x in *
     foo) bar           # <-- ksh-case-item-offset
          baz;;         # <-- ksh-case-indent aligns with \")\"
     foobar) foo
             bar;;
    esac

 By setting
    (setq ksh-case-item-offset 1)
    (setq ksh-case-indent 6)

    The following style is obtained:

    case x in *
     foo) bar           # <-- ksh-case-item-offset
           baz;;        # <-- ksh-case-indent
     foobar) foo
           bar;;
    esac
    

Installation:

 (setq ksh-mode-hook
      (function (lambda ()
         (font-lock-mode 1)             ;; font-lock the buffer
         (setq ksh-indent 8)
	 (setq ksh-group-offset -8)
	 (setq ksh-brace-offset -8)   
         (setq ksh-tab-always-indent t)
         (setq ksh-match-and-tell t)
         (setq ksh-align-to-keyword t)	;; Turn on keyword alignment
	 )))" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (m4-mode) "m4-mode" "modes/m4-mode.el")

(autoload 'm4-mode "m4-mode" "\
A major-mode to edit m4 macro files
\\{m4-mode-map}
" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (define-mail-alias build-mail-aliases mail-aliases-setup) "mail-abbrevs" "modes/mail-abbrevs.el")

(defcustom mail-abbrev-mailrc-file nil "Name of file with mail aliases.   If nil, ~/.mailrc is used." :type '(choice (const :tag "Default" nil) file) :group 'mail-abbrevs)

(defvar mail-aliases nil "\
Word-abbrev table of mail address aliases.
If this is nil, it means the aliases have not yet been initialized and
should be read from the .mailrc file.  (This is distinct from there being
no aliases, which is represented by this being a table with no entries.)")

(autoload 'mail-aliases-setup "mail-abbrevs" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'build-mail-aliases "mail-abbrevs" "\
Read mail aliases from .mailrc and set mail-aliases." nil nil)

(autoload 'define-mail-alias "mail-abbrevs" "\
Define NAME as a mail-alias that translates to DEFINITION.
If DEFINITION contains multiple addresses, separate them with commas." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (makefile-mode) "make-mode" "modes/make-mode.el")

(autoload 'makefile-mode "make-mode" "\
Major mode for editing Makefiles.
This function ends by invoking the function(s) `makefile-mode-hook'.

\\{makefile-mode-map}

In the browser, use the following keys:

\\{makefile-browser-map}

Makefile mode can be configured by modifying the following variables:

makefile-browser-buffer-name:
    Name of the macro- and target browser buffer.

makefile-target-colon:
    The string that gets appended to all target names
    inserted by `makefile-insert-target'.
    \":\" or \"::\" are quite common values.

makefile-macro-assign:
   The string that gets appended to all macro names
   inserted by `makefile-insert-macro'.
   The normal value should be \" = \", since this is what
   standard make expects. However, newer makes such as dmake
   allow a larger variety of different macro assignments, so you
   might prefer to use \" += \" or \" := \" .

makefile-tab-after-target-colon:
   If you want a TAB (instead of a space) to be appended after the
   target colon, then set this to a non-nil value.

makefile-browser-leftmost-column:
   Number of blanks to the left of the browser selection mark.

makefile-browser-cursor-column:
   Column in which the cursor is positioned when it moves
   up or down in the browser.

makefile-browser-selected-mark:
   String used to mark selected entries in the browser.

makefile-browser-unselected-mark:
   String used to mark unselected entries in the browser.

makefile-browser-auto-advance-after-selection-p:
   If this variable is set to a non-nil value the cursor
   will automagically advance to the next line after an item
   has been selected in the browser.

makefile-pickup-everything-picks-up-filenames-p:
   If this variable is set to a non-nil value then
   `makefile-pickup-everything' also picks up filenames as targets
   (i.e. it calls `makefile-find-filenames-as-targets'), otherwise
   filenames are omitted.

makefile-cleanup-continuations-p:
   If this variable is set to a non-nil value then makefile-mode
   will assure that no line in the file ends with a backslash
   (the continuation character) followed by any whitespace.
   This is done by silently removing the trailing whitespace, leaving
   the backslash itself intact.
   IMPORTANT: Please note that enabling this option causes makefile-mode
   to MODIFY A FILE WITHOUT YOUR CONFIRMATION when \"it seems necessary\".

makefile-browser-hook:
   A function or list of functions to be called just before the
   browser is entered. This is executed in the makefile buffer.

makefile-special-targets-list:
   List of special targets. You will be offered to complete
   on one of those in the minibuffer whenever you enter a `.'.
   at the beginning of a line in Makefile mode." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (modula-2-mode) "modula2" "modes/modula2.el")

(autoload 'modula-2-mode "modula2" "\
This is a mode intended to support program development in Modula-2.
All control constructs of Modula-2 can be reached by typing C-c
followed by the first character of the construct.
\\<m2-mode-map>
  \\[m2-begin] begin         \\[m2-case] case
  \\[m2-definition] definition    \\[m2-else] else
  \\[m2-for] for           \\[m2-header] header
  \\[m2-if] if            \\[m2-module] module
  \\[m2-loop] loop          \\[m2-or] or
  \\[m2-procedure] procedure     Control-c Control-w with
  \\[m2-record] record        \\[m2-stdio] stdio
  \\[m2-type] type          \\[m2-until] until
  \\[m2-var] var           \\[m2-while] while
  \\[m2-export] export        \\[m2-import] import
  \\[m2-begin-comment] begin-comment \\[m2-end-comment] end-comment
  \\[suspend-emacs] suspend Emacs     \\[m2-toggle] toggle
  \\[m2-compile] compile           \\[m2-next-error] next-error
  \\[m2-link] link

   `m2-indent' controls the number of spaces for each indentation.
   `m2-compile-command' holds the command to compile a Modula-2 program.
   `m2-link-command' holds the command to link a Modula-2 program." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (electric-nroff-mode nroff-mode) "nroff-mode" "modes/nroff-mode.el")

(autoload 'nroff-mode "nroff-mode" "\
Major mode for editing text intended for nroff to format.
\\{nroff-mode-map}
Turning on Nroff mode runs `text-mode-hook', then `nroff-mode-hook'.
Also, try `nroff-electric-mode', for automatically inserting
closing requests for requests that are used in matched pairs." t nil)

(autoload 'electric-nroff-mode "nroff-mode" "\
Toggle `nroff-electric-newline' minor mode.
`nroff-electric-newline' forces Emacs to check for an nroff request at the
beginning of the line, and insert the matching closing request if necessary.
This command toggles that mode (off->on, on->off), with an argument,
turns it on iff arg is positive, otherwise off." t nil)

(defvar nroff-electric-mode nil "\
Non-nil if in electric-nroff minor mode.")

(add-minor-mode 'nroff-electric-mode " Electric" nil nil 'electric-nroff-mode)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (outl-mouse-minor-mode outl-mouse-mode) "outl-mouse" "modes/outl-mouse.el")

(autoload 'outl-mouse-mode "outl-mouse" "\
Calls outline-mode, with outl-mouse extensions" t nil)

(autoload 'outl-mouse-minor-mode "outl-mouse" "\
Toggles outline-minor-mode, with outl-mouse extensions" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (outline-minor-mode outline-mode) "outline" "modes/outline.el")

(defvar outline-minor-mode nil "\
Non-nil if using Outline mode as a minor mode of some other mode.")

(make-variable-buffer-local 'outline-minor-mode)

(put 'outline-minor-mode 'permanent-local t)

(add-minor-mode 'outline-minor-mode " Outl")

(autoload 'outline-mode "outline" "\
Set major mode for editing outlines with selective display.
Headings are lines which start with asterisks: one for major headings,
two for subheadings, etc.  Lines not starting with asterisks are body lines. 

Body text or subheadings under a heading can be made temporarily
invisible, or visible again.  Invisible lines are attached to the end 
of the heading, so they move with it, if the line is killed and yanked
back.  A heading with text hidden under it is marked with an ellipsis (...).

Commands:\\<outline-mode-map>
\\[outline-next-visible-heading]   outline-next-visible-heading      move by visible headings
\\[outline-previous-visible-heading]   outline-previous-visible-heading
\\[outline-forward-same-level]   outline-forward-same-level        similar but skip subheadings
\\[outline-backward-same-level]   outline-backward-same-level
\\[outline-up-heading]   outline-up-heading		    move from subheading to heading

\\[hide-body]	make all text invisible (not headings).
\\[show-all]	make everything in buffer visible.

The remaining commands are used when point is on a heading line.
They apply to some of the body or subheadings of that heading.
\\[hide-subtree]   hide-subtree	make body and subheadings invisible.
\\[show-subtree]   show-subtree	make body and subheadings visible.
\\[show-children]   show-children	make direct subheadings visible.
		 No effect on body, or subheadings 2 or more levels down.
		 With arg N, affects subheadings N levels down.
\\[hide-entry]	   make immediately following body invisible.
\\[show-entry]	   make it visible.
\\[hide-leaves]	   make body under heading and under its subheadings invisible.
		     The subheadings remain visible.
\\[show-branches]  make all subheadings at all levels visible.

The variable `outline-regexp' can be changed to control what is a heading.
A line is a heading if `outline-regexp' matches something at the
beginning of the line.  The longer the match, the deeper the level.

Turning on outline mode calls the value of `text-mode-hook' and then of
`outline-mode-hook', if they are non-nil." t nil)

(autoload 'outline-minor-mode "outline" "\
Toggle Outline minor mode.
With arg, turn Outline minor mode on if arg is positive, off otherwise.
See the command `outline-mode' for more information on this mode." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (pascal-mode) "pascal" "modes/pascal.el")

(autoload 'pascal-mode "pascal" "\
Major mode for editing Pascal code. \\<pascal-mode-map>
TAB indents for Pascal code.  Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.

\\[pascal-complete-word] completes the word around current point with respect to position in code
\\[pascal-show-completions] shows all possible completions at this point.

Other useful functions are:

\\[pascal-mark-defun]	- Mark function.
\\[pascal-insert-block]	- insert begin ... end;
\\[pascal-star-comment]	- insert (* ... *)
\\[pascal-comment-area]	- Put marked area in a comment, fixing nested comments.
\\[pascal-uncomment-area]	- Uncomment an area commented with \\[pascal-comment-area].
\\[pascal-beg-of-defun]	- Move to beginning of current function.
\\[pascal-end-of-defun]	- Move to end of current function.
\\[pascal-goto-defun]	- Goto function prompted for in the minibuffer.
\\[pascal-outline]	- Enter pascal-outline-mode (see also pascal-outline).

Variables controlling indentation/edit style:

 pascal-indent-level      (default 3)
    Indentation of Pascal statements with respect to containing block.
 pascal-case-indent       (default 2)
    Indentation for case statements.
 pascal-auto-newline      (default nil)
    Non-nil means automatically newline after semicolons and the punctuation mark
    after an end.
 pascal-tab-always-indent (default t)
    Non-nil means TAB in Pascal mode should always reindent the current line,
    regardless of where in the line point is when the TAB command is used.
 pascal-auto-endcomments  (default t)
    Non-nil means a comment { ... } is set after the ends which ends cases and
    functions. The name of the function or case will be set between the braces.
 pascal-auto-lineup       (default t)
    List of contexts where auto lineup of :'s or ='s should be done.

See also the user variables pascal-type-keywords, pascal-start-keywords and
pascal-separator-keywords.

Turning on Pascal mode calls the value of the variable pascal-mode-hook with
no args, if that value is non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (perl-mode) "perl-mode" "modes/perl-mode.el")

(autoload 'perl-mode "perl-mode" "\
Major mode for editing Perl code.
Expression and list commands understand all Perl brackets.
Tab indents for Perl code.
Comments are delimited with # ... \\n.
Paragraphs are separated by blank lines only.
Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.
\\{perl-mode-map}
Variables controlling indentation style:
 perl-tab-always-indent
    Non-nil means TAB in Perl mode should always indent the current line,
    regardless of where in the line point is when the TAB command is used.
 perl-tab-to-comment
    Non-nil means that for lines which don't need indenting, TAB will
    either delete an empty comment, indent an existing comment, move 
    to end-of-line, or if at end-of-line already, create a new comment.
 perl-nochange
    Lines starting with this regular expression are not auto-indented.
 perl-indent-level
    Indentation of Perl statements within surrounding block.
    The surrounding block's indentation is the indentation
    of the line on which the open-brace appears.
 perl-continued-statement-offset
    Extra indentation given to a substatement, such as the
    then-clause of an if or body of a while.
 perl-continued-brace-offset
    Extra indentation given to a brace that starts a substatement.
    This is in addition to `perl-continued-statement-offset'.
 perl-brace-offset
    Extra indentation for line if it starts with an open brace.
 perl-brace-imaginary-offset
    An open brace following other text is treated as if it were
    this far to the right of the start of its line.
 perl-label-offset
    Extra indentation for line that is a label.

Various indentation styles:       K&R  BSD  BLK  GNU  LW
  perl-indent-level                5    8    0    2    4
  perl-continued-statement-offset  5    8    4    2    4
  perl-continued-brace-offset      0    0    0    0   -4
  perl-brace-offset               -5   -8    0    0    0
  perl-brace-imaginary-offset      0    0    4    0    0
  perl-label-offset               -5   -8   -2   -2   -2

Turning on Perl mode runs the normal hook `perl-mode-hook'." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (picture-mode) "picture" "modes/picture.el")

(autoload 'picture-mode "picture" "\
Switch to Picture mode, in which a quarter-plane screen model is used.
Printing characters replace instead of inserting themselves with motion
afterwards settable by these commands:
  C-c <	  Move left after insertion.
  C-c >	  Move right after insertion.
  C-c ^	  Move up after insertion.
  C-c .	  Move down after insertion.
  C-c `	  Move northwest (nw) after insertion.
  C-c '	  Move northeast (ne) after insertion.
  C-c /	  Move southwest (sw) after insertion.
  C-c \\   Move southeast (se) after insertion.
The current direction is displayed in the modeline.  The initial
direction is right.  Whitespace is inserted and tabs are changed to
spaces when required by movement.  You can move around in the buffer
with these commands:
  \\[picture-move-down]	  Move vertically to SAME column in previous line.
  \\[picture-move-up]	  Move vertically to SAME column in next line.
  \\[picture-end-of-line]	  Move to column following last non-whitespace character.
  \\[picture-forward-column]	  Move right inserting spaces if required.
  \\[picture-backward-column]	  Move left changing tabs to spaces if required.
  C-c C-f Move in direction of current picture motion.
  C-c C-b Move in opposite direction of current picture motion.
  Return  Move to beginning of next line.
You can edit tabular text with these commands:
  M-Tab	  Move to column beneath (or at) next interesting character.
	    `Indents' relative to a previous line.
  Tab	  Move to next stop in tab stop list.
  C-c Tab Set tab stops according to context of this line.
	    With ARG resets tab stops to default (global) value.
	    See also documentation of variable	picture-tab-chars
	    which defines \"interesting character\".  You can manually
	    change the tab stop list with command \\[edit-tab-stops].
You can manipulate text with these commands:
  C-d	  Clear (replace) ARG columns after point without moving.
  C-c C-d Delete char at point - the command normally assigned to C-d.
  \\[picture-backward-clear-column]  Clear (replace) ARG columns before point, moving back over them.
  \\[picture-clear-line]	  Clear ARG lines, advancing over them.	 The cleared
	    text is saved in the kill ring.
  \\[picture-open-line]	  Open blank line(s) beneath current line.
You can manipulate rectangles with these commands:
  C-c C-k Clear (or kill) a rectangle and save it.
  C-c C-w Like C-c C-k except rectangle is saved in named register.
  C-c C-y Overlay (or insert) currently saved rectangle at point.
  C-c C-x Like C-c C-y except rectangle is taken from named register.
  \\[copy-rectangle-to-register]   Copies a rectangle to a register.
  \\[advertised-undo]   Can undo effects of rectangle overlay commands
	    commands if invoked soon enough.
You can return to the previous mode with:
  C-c C-c Which also strips trailing whitespace from every line.
	    Stripping is suppressed by supplying an argument.

Entry to this mode calls the value of  picture-mode-hook  if non-nil.

Note that Picture mode commands will work outside of Picture mode, but
they are not defaultly assigned to keys." t nil)

(defalias 'edit-picture 'picture-mode)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (postscript-mode) "postscript" "modes/postscript.el")

(autoload 'postscript-mode "postscript" "\
Major mode for editing PostScript files.

\\[ps-execute-buffer] will send the contents of the buffer to the NeWS
server using psh(1).  \\[ps-execute-region] sends the current region.
\\[ps-shell] starts an interactive psh(1) window which will be used for
subsequent \\[ps-execute-buffer] or \\[ps-execute-region] commands.

In this mode, TAB and \\[indent-region] attempt to indent code
based on the position of {}, [], and begin/end pairs.  The variable
ps-indent-level controls the amount of indentation used inside
arrays and begin/end pairs.  

\\{ps-mode-map}

\\[postscript-mode] calls the value of the variable postscript-mode-hook 
with no args, if that value is non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (run-prolog inferior-prolog-mode prolog-mode) "prolog" "modes/prolog.el")

(autoload 'prolog-mode "prolog" "\
Major mode for editing Prolog code for Prologs.
Blank lines and `%%...' separate paragraphs.  `%'s start comments.
Commands:
\\{prolog-mode-map}
Entry to this mode calls the value of `prolog-mode-hook'
if that value is non-nil." t nil)

(autoload 'inferior-prolog-mode "prolog" "\
Major mode for interacting with an inferior Prolog process.

The following commands are available:
\\{inferior-prolog-mode-map}

Entry to this mode calls the value of `prolog-mode-hook' with no arguments,
if that value is non-nil.  Likewise with the value of `comint-mode-hook'.
`prolog-mode-hook' is called after `comint-mode-hook'.

You can send text to the inferior Prolog from other buffers
using the commands `send-region', `send-string' and \\[prolog-consult-region].

Commands:
Tab indents for Prolog; with argument, shifts rest
 of expression rigidly with the current line.
Paragraphs are separated only by blank lines and '%%'.
'%'s start comments.

Return at end of buffer sends line as input.
Return not at end copies rest of line to end and sends it.
\\[comint-kill-input] and \\[backward-kill-word] are kill commands, imitating normal Unix input editing.
\\[comint-interrupt-subjob] interrupts the shell or its current subjob if any.
\\[comint-stop-subjob] stops. \\[comint-quit-subjob] sends quit signal." t nil)

(autoload 'run-prolog "prolog" "\
Run an inferior Prolog process, input and output via buffer *prolog*." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (py-shell python-mode) "python-mode" "modes/python-mode.el")

(eval-when-compile (condition-case nil (progn (require 'cl) (require 'imenu)) (error nil)))

(autoload 'python-mode "python-mode" "\
Major mode for editing Python files.
To submit a problem report, enter `\\[py-submit-bug-report]' from a
`python-mode' buffer.  Do `\\[py-describe-mode]' for detailed
documentation.  To see what version of `python-mode' you are running,
enter `\\[py-version]'.

This mode knows about Python indentation, tokens, comments and
continuation lines.  Paragraphs are separated by blank lines only.

COMMANDS
\\{py-mode-map}
VARIABLES

py-indent-offset		indentation increment
py-block-comment-prefix		comment string used by comment-region
py-python-command		shell command to invoke Python interpreter
py-scroll-process-buffer		always scroll Python process buffer
py-temp-directory		directory used for temp files (if needed)
py-beep-if-tab-change		ring the bell if tab-width is changed" t nil)

(autoload 'py-shell "python-mode" "\
Start an interactive Python interpreter in another window.
This is like Shell mode, except that Python is running in the window
instead of a shell.  See the `Interactive Shell' and `Shell Mode'
sections of the Emacs manual for details, especially for the key
bindings active in the `*Python*' buffer.

See the docs for variable `py-scroll-buffer' for info on scrolling
behavior in the process window.

Warning: Don't use an interactive Python if you change sys.ps1 or
sys.ps2 from their default values, or if you're running code that
prints `>>> ' or `... ' at the start of a line.  `python-mode' can't
distinguish your output from Python's output, and assumes that `>>> '
at the start of a line is a prompt from Python.  Similarly, the Emacs
Shell mode code assumes that both `>>> ' and `... ' at the start of a
line are Python prompts.  Bad things can happen if you fool either
mode.

Warning:  If you do any editing *in* the process buffer *while* the
buffer is accepting output from Python, do NOT attempt to `undo' the
changes.  Some of the output (nowhere near the parts you changed!) may
be lost if you do.  This appears to be an Emacs bug, an unfortunate
interaction between undo and process filters; the same problem exists in
non-Python process buffers using the default (Emacs-supplied) process
filter." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (rexx-mode) "rexx-mode" "modes/rexx-mode.el")

(autoload 'rexx-mode "rexx-mode" "\
Major mode for editing REXX code.
\\{rexx-mode-map}

Variables controlling indentation style:
 rexx-indent
	The basic indentation for do-blocks.
 rexx-end-indent
	The relative offset of the \"end\" statement. 0 places it in the
	same column as the statements of the block. Setting it to the same
	value as rexx-indent places the \"end\" under the do-line.
 rexx-cont-indent
	The indention for lines following \"then\", \"else\" and \",\"
	(continued) lines.
 rexx-tab-always-indent
	Non-nil means TAB in REXX mode should always reindent the current 
	line, regardless of where in the line the point is when the TAB
	command is used.

If you have set rexx-end-indent to a nonzero value, you probably want to
remap RETURN to rexx-indent-newline-indent. It makes sure that lines
indents correctly when you press RETURN.

An extensive abbreviation table consisting of all the keywords of REXX are
supplied. Expanded keywords are converted into upper case making it
easier to distinguish them. To use this feature the buffer must be in
abbrev-mode. (See example below.)

Turning on REXX mode calls the value of the variable rexx-mode-hook with
no args, if that value is non-nil.

For example:
\(setq rexx-mode-hook '(lambda ()
			(setq rexx-indent 4)
			(setq rexx-end-indent 4)
			(setq rexx-cont-indent 4)
			(local-set-key \"\\C-m\" 'rexx-indent-newline-indent)
			(abbrev-mode 1)
			))

will make the END aligned with the DO/SELECT. It will indent blocks and
IF-statements four steps and make sure that the END jumps into the
correct position when RETURN is pressed. Finally it will use the abbrev
table to convert all REXX keywords into upper case." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (resize-minibuffer-mode) "rsz-minibuf" "modes/rsz-minibuf.el")

(defgroup resize-minibuffer nil "Dynamically resize minibuffer to display entire contents" :group 'frames)

(defcustom resize-minibuffer-window-max-height nil "*Maximum size the minibuffer window is allowed to become.\nIf less than 1 or not a number, the limit is the height of the frame in\nwhich the active minibuffer window resides." :type '(choice (const nil) integer) :group 'resize-minibuffer)

(defcustom resize-minibuffer-window-exactly t "*If non-`nil', make minibuffer exactly the size needed to display all its contents.\nOtherwise, the minibuffer window can temporarily increase in size but\nnever get smaller while it is active." :type 'boolean :group 'resize-minibuffer)

(defcustom resize-minibuffer-frame nil "*If non-`nil' and the active minibuffer is the sole window in its frame, allow changing the frame height." :type 'boolean :group 'resize-minibuffer)

(defcustom resize-minibuffer-frame-max-height nil "*Maximum size the minibuffer frame is allowed to become.\nIf less than 1 or not a number, there is no limit.")

(defcustom resize-minibuffer-frame-exactly nil "*If non-`nil', make minibuffer frame exactly the size needed to display all its contents.\nOtherwise, the minibuffer frame can temporarily increase in size but\nnever get smaller while it is active." :type 'boolean :group 'resize-minibuffer)

(autoload 'resize-minibuffer-mode "rsz-minibuf" "\
Enable or disable resize-minibuffer mode.
A negative prefix argument disables this mode.  A positive argument or
argument of 0 enables it.

When this minor mode is enabled, the minibuffer is dynamically resized to
contain the entire region of text put in it as you type.

The variable `resize-minibuffer-mode' is set to t or nil depending on
whether this mode is active or not.

The maximum height to which the minibuffer can grow is controlled by the
variable `resize-minibuffer-window-max-height'.

The variable `resize-minibuffer-window-exactly' determines whether the
minibuffer window should ever be shrunk to make it no larger than needed to
display its contents.

When using a window system, it is possible for a minibuffer to be the sole
window in a frame.  Since that window is already its maximum size, the only
way to make more text visible at once is to increase the size of the frame.
The variable `resize-minibuffer-frame' controls whether this should be
done.  The variables `resize-minibuffer-frame-max-height' and
`resize-minibuffer-frame-exactly' are analogous to their window
counterparts." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (scheme-mode) "scheme" "modes/scheme.el")

(autoload 'scheme-mode "scheme" "\
Major mode for editing Scheme code.
Editing commands are similar to those of lisp-mode.

In addition, if an inferior Scheme process is running, some additional
commands will be defined, for evaluating expressions and controlling
the interpreter, and the state of the process will be displayed in the
modeline of all Scheme buffers.  The names of commands that interact
with the Scheme process start with \"xscheme-\".  For more information
see the documentation for xscheme-interaction-mode.

Commands:
Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.
Blank lines separate paragraphs.  Semicolons start comments.
\\{scheme-mode-map}
Entry to this mode calls the value of scheme-mode-hook
if that value is non-nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (scribe-mode) "scribe" "modes/scribe.el")

(autoload 'scribe-mode "scribe" "\
Major mode for editing files of Scribe (a text formatter) source.
Scribe-mode is similar text-mode, with a few extra commands added.
\\{scribe-mode-map}

Interesting variables:

scribe-fancy-paragraphs
  Non-nil makes Scribe mode use a different style of paragraph separation.

scribe-electric-quote
  Non-nil makes insert of double quote use `` or '' depending on context.

scribe-electric-parenthesis
  Non-nil makes an open-parenthesis char (one of `([<{')
  automatically insert its close if typed after an @Command form." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mail-other-frame mail-other-window mail mail-mode user-mail-address) "sendmail" "modes/sendmail.el")

(defvar mail-from-style 'angles "\
*Specifies how \"From:\" fields look.

If `nil', they contain just the return address like:
	king@grassland.com
If `parens', they look like:
	king@grassland.com (Elvis Parsley)
If `angles', they look like:
	Elvis Parsley <king@grassland.com>")

(defvar mail-self-blind nil "\
Non-nil means insert BCC to self in messages to be sent.
This is done when the message is initialized,
so you can remove or alter the BCC field to override the default.")

(defvar mail-interactive nil "\
Non-nil means when sending a message wait for and display errors.
nil means let mailer mail back a message to report errors.")

(defvar mail-dir nil "\
*Default directory for saving messages.")

(defvar rmail-ignored-headers (purecopy (concat "^\\(" (mapconcat 'identity '("Sender:" "References:" "Return-Path:" "Received:" "[^: 	\n]*Message-ID:" "Errors-To:" "Path:" "Expires:" "Xref:" "Lines:" "Approved:" "Distribution:" "Content-Length:" "Mime-Version:" "Content-Type:" "Content-Transfer-Encoding:" "X400-Received:" "X400-Originator:" "X400-Mts-Identifier:" "X400-Content-Type:" "Content-Identifier:" "Status:" "Summary-Line:" "X-Attribution:" "Via:" "Sent-Via:" "Mail-From:" "Origin:" "Comments:" "Originator:" "NF-ID:" "NF-From:" "Posting-Version:" "Posted:" "Posted-Date:" "Date-Received:" "Relay-Version:" "Article-I\\.D\\.:" "NNTP-Version:" "NNTP-Posting-Host:" "X-Mailer:" "X-Newsreader:" "News-Software:" "X-Received:" "X-References:" "X-Envelope-To:" "X-VMS-" "Remailed-" "X-Plantation:" "X-Windows:" "X-Pgp-") "\\|") "\\)")) "\
*Gubbish header fields one would rather not see.")

(defvar mail-yank-ignored-headers (purecopy (concat rmail-ignored-headers "\\|" "^\\(" (mapconcat 'identity '("Resent-To:" "Resent-By:" "Resent-CC:" "To:" "Subject:" "In-Reply-To:") "\\|") "\\)")) "\
Delete these headers from old message when it's inserted in a reply.")

(defvar send-mail-function 'sendmail-send-it "\
Function to call to send the current buffer as mail.
The headers should be delimited by a line whose contents
match the variable `mail-header-separator'.")

(defvar mail-header-separator (purecopy "--text follows this line--") "\
*Line used to separate headers from text in messages being composed.")

(defvar mail-archive-file-name nil "\
*Name of file to write all outgoing messages in, or nil for none.
This can be an inbox file or an Rmail file.")

(defvar mail-default-reply-to nil "\
*Address to insert as default Reply-to field of outgoing messages.
If nil, it will be initialized from the REPLYTO environment variable
when you first send mail.")

(defvar mail-alias-file nil "\
*If non-nil, the name of a file to use instead of `/usr/lib/aliases'.
This file defines aliases to be expanded by the mailer; this is a different
feature from that of defining aliases in `.mailrc' to be expanded in Emacs.
This variable has no effect unless your system uses sendmail as its mailer.")

(defvar mail-yank-prefix "> " "\
*Prefix insert on lines of yanked message being replied to.
nil means use indentation.")

(defvar mail-signature nil "\
*Text inserted at end of mail buffer when a message is initialized.
If t, it means to insert the contents of the file `mail-signature-file'.")

(autoload 'user-mail-address "sendmail" "\
Query the user for his mail address, unless it is already known." t nil)

(autoload 'mail-mode "sendmail" "\
Major mode for editing mail to be sent.
Like Text Mode but with these additional commands:
C-c C-s  mail-send (send the message)    C-c C-c  mail-send-and-exit
C-c C-f  move to a header field (and create it if there isn't):
	 C-c C-f C-t  move to To:	C-c C-f C-s  move to Subj:
	 C-c C-f C-b  move to BCC:	C-c C-f C-c  move to CC:
	 C-c C-f C-f  move to FCC:	C-c C-f C-r  move to Reply-To:
C-c C-t  mail-text (move to beginning of message text).
C-c C-w  mail-signature (insert `mail-signature-file' file).
C-c C-y  mail-yank-original (insert current message, in Rmail).
C-c C-q  mail-fill-yanked-message (fill what was yanked).
C-c C-v  mail-sent-via (add a sent-via field for each To or CC)." t nil)

(autoload 'mail "sendmail" "\
Edit a message to be sent.  Prefix arg means resume editing (don't erase).
When this function returns, the buffer `*mail*' is selected.
The value is t if the message was newly initialized; otherwise, nil.

Optionally, the signature file `mail-signature-file' can be inserted at the
end; see the variable `mail-signature'.

\\<mail-mode-map>
While editing message, type \\[mail-send-and-exit] to send the message and exit.

Various special commands starting with C-c are available in sendmail mode
to move to message header fields:
\\{mail-mode-map}

The variable `mail-signature' controls whether the signature file
`mail-signature-file' is inserted immediately.

If `mail-signature' is nil, use \\[mail-signature] to insert the
signature in `mail-signature-file'.

If `mail-self-blind' is non-nil, a BCC to yourself is inserted
when the message is initialized.

If `mail-default-reply-to' is non-nil, it should be an address (a string);
a Reply-to: field with that address is inserted.

If `mail-archive-file-name' is non-nil, an FCC field with that file name
is inserted.

The normal hook `mail-setup-hook' is run after the message is
initialized.  It can add more default fields to the message.

When calling from a program, the first argument if non-nil says
not to erase the existing contents of the `*mail*' buffer.

The second through fifth arguments,
 TO, SUBJECT, IN-REPLY-TO and CC, specify if non-nil
 the initial contents of those header fields.
 These arguments should not have final newlines.
The sixth argument REPLYBUFFER is a buffer whose contents
 should be yanked if the user types C-c C-y.
The seventh argument ACTIONS is a list of actions to take
 if/when the message is sent.  Each action looks like (FUNCTION . ARGS);
 when the message is sent, we apply FUNCTION to ARGS.
 This is how Rmail arranges to mark messages `answered'." t nil)

(autoload 'mail-other-window "sendmail" "\
Like `mail' command, but display mail buffer in another window." t nil)

(autoload 'mail-other-frame "sendmail" "\
Like `mail' command, but display mail buffer in another frame." t nil)

(define-key ctl-x-map "m" 'mail)

(define-key ctl-x-4-map "m" 'mail-other-window)

(define-key ctl-x-5-map "m" 'mail-other-frame)

(add-hook 'same-window-buffer-names "*mail*")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (sh-mode) "sh-script" "modes/sh-script.el")

(put 'sh-mode 'mode-class 'special)

(autoload 'sh-mode "sh-script" "\
Major mode for editing shell scripts.
This mode works for many shells, since they all have roughly the same syntax,
as far as commands, arguments, variables, pipes, comments etc. are concerned.
Unless the file's magic number indicates the shell, your usual shell is
assumed.  Since filenames rarely give a clue, they are not further analyzed.

This mode adapts to the variations between shells (see `sh-set-shell') by
means of an inheritance based feature lookup (see `sh-feature').  This
mechanism applies to all variables (including skeletons) that pertain to
shell-specific features.

The default style of this mode is that of Rosenblatt's Korn shell book.
The syntax of the statements varies with the shell being used.  The
following commands are available, based on the current shell's syntax:

\\[sh-case]	 case statement
\\[sh-for]	 for loop
\\[sh-function]	 function definition
\\[sh-if]	 if statement
\\[sh-indexed-loop]	 indexed loop from 1 to n
\\[sh-while-getopts]	 while getopts loop
\\[sh-repeat]	 repeat loop
\\[sh-select]	 select loop
\\[sh-until]	 until loop
\\[sh-while]	 while loop

\\[backward-delete-char-untabify]	 Delete backward one position, even if it was a tab.
\\[sh-newline-and-indent]	 Delete unquoted space and indent new line same as this one.
\\[sh-end-of-command]	 Go to end of successive commands.
\\[sh-beginning-of-command]	 Go to beginning of successive commands.
\\[sh-set-shell]	 Set this buffer's shell, and maybe its magic number.
\\[sh-execute-region]	 Have optional header and region be executed in a subshell.

\\[sh-maybe-here-document]	 Without prefix, following an unquoted < inserts here document.
{, (, [, ', \", `
	Unless quoted with \\, insert the pairs {}, (), [], or '', \"\", ``.

If you generally program a shell different from your login shell you can
set `sh-shell-file' accordingly.  If your shell's file name doesn't correctly
indicate what shell it is use `sh-alias-alist' to translate.

If your shell gives error messages with line numbers, you can use \\[executable-interpret]
with your script for an edit-interpret-debug cycle." t nil)

(defalias 'shell-script-mode 'sh-mode)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (tcl-help-on-word inferior-tcl tcl-mode) "tcl" "modes/tcl.el")

(autoload 'tcl-mode "tcl" "\
Major mode for editing Tcl code.
Expression and list commands understand all Tcl brackets.
Tab indents for Tcl code.
Paragraphs are separated by blank lines only.
Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.

Variables controlling indentation style:
  tcl-indent-level
    Indentation of Tcl statements within surrounding block.
  tcl-continued-indent-level
    Indentation of continuation line relative to first line of command.

Variables controlling user interaction with mode (see variable
documentation for details):
  tcl-tab-always-indent
    Controls action of TAB key.
  tcl-auto-newline
    Non-nil means automatically newline before and after braces, brackets,
    and semicolons inserted in Tcl code.
  tcl-electric-hash-style
    Controls action of `#' key.
  tcl-use-hairy-comment-detector
    If t, use more complicated, but slower, comment detector.
    This variable is only used in GNU Emacs 19.
  tcl-use-smart-word-finder
    If not nil, use a smarter, Tcl-specific way to find the current
    word when looking up help on a Tcl command.

Turning on Tcl mode calls the value of the variable `tcl-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil.  Read the documentation for
`tcl-mode-hook' to see what kinds of interesting hook functions
already exist.

Commands:
\\{tcl-mode-map}" t nil)

(autoload 'inferior-tcl "tcl" "\
Run inferior Tcl process.
Prefix arg means enter program name interactively.
See documentation for function `inferior-tcl-mode' for more information." t nil)

(autoload 'tcl-help-on-word "tcl" "\
Get help on Tcl command.  Default is word at point.
Prefix argument means invert sense of `tcl-use-smart-word-finder'." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (latex-mode plain-tex-mode tex-mode) "tex-mode" "modes/tex-mode.el")

(autoload 'tex-mode "tex-mode" "\
Major mode for editing files of input for TeX, LaTeX, or SliTeX.
Tries to determine (by looking at the beginning of the file) whether
this file is for plain TeX, LaTeX, or SliTeX and calls plain-tex-mode,
latex-mode, or slitex-mode, respectively.  If it cannot be determined,
such as if there are no commands in the file, the value of tex-default-mode
is used." t nil)

(fset 'TeX-mode 'tex-mode)

(fset 'LaTeX-mode 'latex-mode)

(autoload 'plain-tex-mode "tex-mode" "\
Major mode for editing files of input for plain TeX.
Makes $ and } display the characters they match.
Makes \" insert `` when it seems to be the beginning of a quotation,
and '' when it appears to be the end; it inserts \" only after a \\.

Use \\[tex-region] to run TeX on the current region, plus a \"header\"
copied from the top of the file (containing macro definitions, etc.),
running TeX under a special subshell.  \\[tex-buffer] does the whole buffer.
\\[tex-file] saves the buffer and then processes the file.
\\[tex-print] prints the .dvi file made by any of these.
\\[tex-view] previews the .dvi file made by any of these.
\\[tex-bibtex-file] runs bibtex on the file of the current buffer.

Use \\[validate-tex-buffer] to check buffer for paragraphs containing
mismatched $'s or braces.

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

Mode variables:
tex-run-command
	Command string used by \\[tex-region] or \\[tex-buffer].
tex-directory
	Directory in which to create temporary files for TeX jobs
	run by \\[tex-region] or \\[tex-buffer].
tex-dvi-print-command
	Command string used by \\[tex-print] to print a .dvi file.
tex-alt-dvi-print-command
	Alternative command string used by \\[tex-print] (when given a prefix
	argument) to print a .dvi file.
tex-dvi-view-command
	Command string used by \\[tex-view] to preview a .dvi file.
tex-show-queue-command
	Command string used by \\[tex-show-print-queue] to show the print
	queue that \\[tex-print] put your job on.

Entering Plain-tex mode calls the value of text-mode-hook, then the value of
tex-mode-hook, and then the value of plain-tex-mode-hook.  When the special
subshell is initiated, the value of tex-shell-hook is called." t nil)

(fset 'plain-TeX-mode 'plain-tex-mode)

(autoload 'latex-mode "tex-mode" "\
Major mode for editing files of input for LaTeX.
Makes $ and } display the characters they match.
Makes \" insert `` when it seems to be the beginning of a quotation,
and '' when it appears to be the end; it inserts \" only after a \\.

Use \\[tex-region] to run LaTeX on the current region, plus the preamble
copied from the top of the file (containing \\documentstyle, etc.),
running LaTeX under a special subshell.  \\[tex-buffer] does the whole buffer.
\\[tex-file] saves the buffer and then processes the file.
\\[tex-print] prints the .dvi file made by any of these.
\\[tex-view] previews the .dvi file made by any of these.
\\[tex-bibtex-file] runs bibtex on the file of the current buffer.

Use \\[validate-tex-buffer] to check buffer for paragraphs containing
mismatched $'s or braces.

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

Mode variables:
latex-run-command
	Command string used by \\[tex-region] or \\[tex-buffer].
tex-directory
	Directory in which to create temporary files for LaTeX jobs
	run by \\[tex-region] or \\[tex-buffer].
tex-dvi-print-command
	Command string used by \\[tex-print] to print a .dvi file.
tex-alt-dvi-print-command
	Alternative command string used by \\[tex-print] (when given a prefix
	argument) to print a .dvi file.
tex-dvi-view-command
	Command string used by \\[tex-view] to preview a .dvi file.
tex-show-queue-command
	Command string used by \\[tex-show-print-queue] to show the print
	queue that \\[tex-print] put your job on.

Entering Latex mode calls the value of text-mode-hook, then the value of
tex-mode-hook, and then the value of latex-mode-hook.  When the special
subshell is initiated, the value of tex-shell-hook is called." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (texinfo-mode) "texinfo" "modes/texinfo.el")

(autoload 'texinfo-mode "texinfo" "\
Major mode for editing Texinfo files.

  It has these extra commands:
\\{texinfo-mode-map}

  These are files that are used as input for TeX to make printed manuals
and also to be turned into Info files with \\[makeinfo-buffer] or
the `makeinfo' program.  These files must be written in a very restricted and
modified version of TeX input format.

  Editing commands are like text-mode except that the syntax table is
set up so expression commands skip Texinfo bracket groups.  To see
what the Info version of a region of the Texinfo file will look like,
use \\[makeinfo-region], which runs `makeinfo' on the current region.

  You can show the structure of a Texinfo file with \\[texinfo-show-structure].
This command shows the structure of a Texinfo file by listing the
lines with the @-sign commands for @chapter, @section, and the like.
These lines are displayed in another window called the *Occur* window.
In that window, you can position the cursor over one of the lines and
use \\[occur-mode-goto-occurrence], to jump to the corresponding spot
in the Texinfo file.

  In addition, Texinfo mode provides commands that insert various
frequently used @-sign commands into the buffer.  You can use these
commands to save keystrokes.  And you can insert balanced braces with
\\[texinfo-insert-braces] and later use the command \\[up-list] to
move forward past the closing brace.

Also, Texinfo mode provides functions for automatically creating or
updating menus and node pointers.  These functions

  * insert the `Next', `Previous' and `Up' pointers of a node,
  * insert or update the menu for a section, and
  * create a master menu for a Texinfo source file.

Here are the functions:

    texinfo-update-node                \\[texinfo-update-node]
    texinfo-every-node-update          \\[texinfo-every-node-update]
    texinfo-sequential-node-update 

    texinfo-make-menu                  \\[texinfo-make-menu]
    texinfo-all-menus-update           \\[texinfo-all-menus-update]
    texinfo-master-menu

    texinfo-indent-menu-description (column &optional region-p)

The `texinfo-column-for-description' variable specifies the column to
which menu descriptions are indented. 

Passed an argument (a prefix argument, if interactive), the
`texinfo-update-node' and `texinfo-make-menu' functions do their jobs
in the region.

To use the updating commands, you must structure your Texinfo file
hierarchically, such that each `@node' line, with the exception of the
Top node, is accompanied by some kind of section line, such as an
`@chapter' or `@section' line.

If the file has a `top' node, it must be called `top' or `Top' and
be the first node in the file.

Entering Texinfo mode calls the value of text-mode-hook, and then the
value of texinfo-mode-hook." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (tc-recenter tc-scroll-down tc-scroll-up tc-scroll-line tc-associated-buffer tc-merge tc-dissociate tc-split tc-associate-buffer tc-two-columns) "two-column" "modes/two-column.el")

(defvar tc-mode-map nil "\
Keymap for commands for two-column mode.")

(if tc-mode-map nil (setq tc-mode-map (make-sparse-keymap)) (define-key tc-mode-map "1" 'tc-merge) (define-key tc-mode-map "2" 'tc-two-columns) (define-key tc-mode-map "b" 'tc-associate-buffer) (define-key tc-mode-map "d" 'tc-dissociate) (define-key tc-mode-map "\^L" 'tc-recenter) (define-key tc-mode-map "o" 'tc-associated-buffer) (define-key tc-mode-map "s" 'tc-split) (define-key tc-mode-map "{" 'shrink-window-horizontally) (define-key tc-mode-map "}" 'enlarge-window-horizontally) (define-key tc-mode-map " " 'tc-scroll-up) (define-key tc-mode-map "" 'tc-scroll-down) (define-key tc-mode-map "
" 'tc-scroll-line))

(global-set-key "6" tc-mode-map)

(defvar tc-other nil "\
Marker to the associated buffer, if non-nil.")

(make-variable-buffer-local 'tc-other)

(put 'tc-other 'permanent-local t)

(autoload 'tc-two-columns "two-column" "\
Split current window vertically for two-column editing.

When called the first time, associates a buffer with the current
buffer.  Both buffers are put in two-column minor mode and
tc-mode-hook gets called on both.  These buffers remember
about one another, even when renamed.

When called again, restores the screen layout with the current buffer
first and the associated buffer to it's right.

If you include long lines, i.e which will span both columns (eg.
source code), they should be in what will be the first column, with
the associated buffer having empty lines next to them.

You have the following commands at your disposal:

\\[tc-two-columns]   Rearrange screen
\\[tc-associate-buffer]   Reassociate buffer after changing major mode
\\[tc-scroll-up]   Scroll both buffers up by a screenfull
\\[tc-scroll-down]   Scroll both buffers down by a screenful
\\[tc-scroll-line]   Scroll both buffers up by one or more lines
\\[tc-recenter]   Recenter and realign other buffer
\\[shrink-window-horizontally], \\[enlarge-window-horizontally]   Shrink, enlarge current column
\\[tc-associated-buffer]   Switch to associated buffer
\\[tc-merge]   Merge both buffers

These keybindings can be customized in your ~/.emacs by `tc-prefix'
and `tc-mode-map'.

The appearance of the screen can be customized by the variables
`tc-window-width', `tc-beyond-fill-column',
`tc-mode-line-format' and `truncate-partial-width-windows'." t nil)

(add-minor-mode 'tc-other " 2C" nil nil 'tc-two-columns)

(autoload 'tc-associate-buffer "two-column" "\
Associate another buffer with this one in two-column minor mode.
Can also be used to associate a just previously visited file, by
accepting the proposed default buffer.

See  \\[tc-two-columns]  and  `lisp/two-column.el'  for further details." t nil)

(autoload 'tc-split "two-column" "\
Unmerge a two-column text into two buffers in two-column minor mode.
The text is unmerged at the cursor's column which becomes the local
value of `tc-window-width'.  Only lines that have the ARG same
preceding characters at that column get split.  The ARG preceding
characters without any leading whitespace become the local value for
`tc-separator'.  This way lines that continue across both
columns remain untouched in the first buffer.

This function can be used with a prototype line, to set up things as
you like them.  You write the first line of each column with the
separator you like and then unmerge that line.  E.g.:

First column's text    sSs  Second columns text
		       \\___/\\
			/    \\
   5 character Separator      You type  M-5 \\[tc-split]  with the point here

See  \\[tc-two-columns]  and  `lisp/two-column.el'  for further details." t nil)

(autoload 'tc-dissociate "two-column" "\
Turn off two-column minor mode in current and associated buffer.
If the associated buffer is unmodified and empty, it is killed." t nil)

(autoload 'tc-merge "two-column" "\
Merges the associated buffer with the current buffer.
They get merged at the column, which is the value of
`tc-window-width', i.e. usually at the vertical window
separator.  This separator gets replaced with white space.  Beyond
that the value of gets inserted on merged lines.  The two columns are
thus pasted side by side, in a single text.  If the other buffer is
not displayed to the left of this one, then this one becomes the left
column.

If you want `tc-separator' on empty lines in the second column,
you should put just one space in them.  In the final result, you can strip
off trailing spaces with \\[beginning-of-buffer] \\[replace-regexp] [ SPC TAB ] + $ RET RET" t nil)

(autoload 'tc-associated-buffer "two-column" "\
Switch to associated buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'tc-scroll-line "two-column" "\
Scroll current window upward by ARG lines.
The associated window gets scrolled to the same line." t nil)

(autoload 'tc-scroll-up "two-column" "\
Scroll current window upward by ARG screens.
The associated window gets scrolled to the same line." t nil)

(autoload 'tc-scroll-down "two-column" "\
Scroll current window downward by ARG screens.
The associated window gets scrolled to the same line." t nil)

(autoload 'tc-recenter "two-column" "\
Center point in window.  With ARG, put point on line ARG.
This counts from bottom if ARG is negative.  The associated window
gets scrolled to the same line." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (verilog-mode) "verilog-mode" "modes/verilog-mode.el")

(autoload 'verilog-mode "verilog-mode" "\
Major mode for editing Verilog code. \\<verilog-mode-map>
NEWLINE, TAB indents for Verilog code.  
Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.
Supports highlighting.

Variables controlling indentation/edit style:

 verilog-indent-level           (default 3)
    Indentation of Verilog statements with respect to containing block.
 verilog-indent-level-module    (default 3)
    Absolute indentation of Module level Verilog statements. 
    Set to 0 to get initial and always statements lined up 
    on the left side of your screen.
 verilog-indent-level-declaration    (default 3)
    Indentation of declarations with respect to containing block. 
    Set to 0 to get them list right under containing block.
 verilog-indent-level-behavorial    (default 3)
    Indentation of first begin in a task or function block
    Set to 0 to get such code to linedup underneath the task or function keyword
 verilog-cexp-indent            (default 1)
    Indentation of Verilog statements broken across lines.
 verilog-case-indent            (default 2)
    Indentation for case statements.
 verilog-auto-newline           (default nil)
    Non-nil means automatically newline after semicolons and the punctation 
    mark after an end.
 verilog-auto-indent-on-newline (default t)
    Non-nil means automatically indent line after newline
 verilog-tab-always-indent      (default t)
    Non-nil means TAB in Verilog mode should always reindent the current line,
    regardless of where in the line point is when the TAB command is used.
 verilog-indent-begin-after-if  (default t)
    Non-nil means to indent begin statements following a preceding
    if, else, while, for and repeat statements, if any. otherwise,
    the begin is lined up with the preceding token. If t, you get:
      if (a)
         begin
    otherwise you get:
      if (a)
      begin
 verilog-auto-endcomments       (default t)
    Non-nil means a comment /* ... */ is set after the ends which ends 
      cases, tasks, functions and modules.
    The type and name of the object will be set between the braces.
 verilog-minimum-comment-distance (default 40)
    Minimum distance between begin and end required before a comment
    will be inserted.  Setting this variable to zero results in every
    end aquiring a comment; the default avoids too many redundanet
    comments in tight quarters. 
 verilog-auto-lineup            (default `(all))
    List of contexts where auto lineup of :'s or ='s should be done.

Turning on Verilog mode calls the value of the variable verilog-mode-hook with
no args, if that value is non-nil.
Other useful functions are:
\\[verilog-complete-word]	-complete word with appropriate possibilities 
   (functions, verilog keywords...)
\\[verilog-comment-region]	- Put marked area in a comment, fixing 
   nested comments.
\\[verilog-uncomment-region]	- Uncomment an area commented with \\[verilog-comment-region].
\\[verilog-insert-block]	- insert begin ... end;
\\[verilog-star-comment]	- insert /* ... */
\\[verilog-mark-defun]	- Mark function.
\\[verilog-beg-of-defun]	- Move to beginning of current function.
\\[verilog-end-of-defun]	- Move to end of current function.
\\[verilog-label-be]	- Label matching begin ... end, fork ... join 
  and case ... endcase statements;
" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (vhdl-mode) "vhdl-mode" "modes/vhdl-mode.el")

(autoload 'vhdl-mode "vhdl-mode" "\
Major mode for editing VHDL code.
vhdl-mode $Revision: 1.27 $
To submit a problem report, enter `\\[vhdl-submit-bug-report]' from a
vhdl-mode buffer.  This automatically sets up a mail buffer with version
information already added.  You just need to add a description of the
problem, including a reproducible test case and send the message.

Note that the details of configuring vhdl-mode will soon be moved to the
accompanying texinfo manual.  Until then, please read the README file
that came with the vhdl-mode distribution.

The hook variable `vhdl-mode-hook' is run with no args, if that value is
bound and has a non-nil value.

Key bindings:
\\{vhdl-mode-map}" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (auto-view-mode view-major-mode view-mode view-minor-mode view-buffer-other-window view-file-other-window view-buffer view-file) "view-less" "modes/view-less.el")

(defvar view-minor-mode-map (let ((map (make-keymap))) (set-keymap-name map 'view-minor-mode-map) (suppress-keymap map) (define-key map "-" 'negative-argument) (define-key map " " 'scroll-up) (define-key map "f" 'scroll-up) (define-key map "" 'scroll-down) (define-key map "b" 'scroll-down) (define-key map 'backspace 'scroll-down) (define-key map "
" 'view-scroll-lines-up) (define-key map "\n" 'view-scroll-lines-up) (define-key map "e" 'view-scroll-lines-up) (define-key map "j" 'view-scroll-lines-up) (define-key map "y" 'view-scroll-lines-down) (define-key map "k" 'view-scroll-lines-down) (define-key map "d" 'view-scroll-some-lines-up) (define-key map "u" 'view-scroll-some-lines-down) (define-key map "r" 'recenter) (define-key map "t" 'toggle-truncate-lines) (define-key map "N" 'view-buffer) (define-key map "E" 'view-file) (define-key map "P" 'view-buffer) (define-key map "!" 'shell-command) (define-key map "|" 'shell-command-on-region) (define-key map "=" 'what-line) (define-key map "?" 'view-search-backward) (define-key map "h" 'view-mode-describe) (define-key map "s" 'view-repeat-search) (define-key map "n" 'view-repeat-search) (define-key map "/" 'view-search-forward) (define-key map "\\" 'view-search-backward) (define-key map "g" 'view-goto-line) (define-key map "G" 'view-last-windowful) (define-key map "%" 'view-goto-percent) (define-key map "p" 'view-goto-percent) (define-key map "m" 'point-to-register) (define-key map "'" 'register-to-point) (define-key map "C" 'view-cleanup-backspaces) (define-key map "" 'view-quit) (define-key map "" 'view-quit-toggle-ro) (define-key map "q" 'view-quit) map))

(defvar view-mode-map (let ((map (copy-keymap view-minor-mode-map))) (set-keymap-name map 'view-mode-map) map))

(autoload 'view-file "view-less" "\
Find FILE, enter view mode.  With prefix arg OTHER-P, use other window." t nil)

(autoload 'view-buffer "view-less" "\
Switch to BUF, enter view mode.  With prefix arg use other window." t nil)

(autoload 'view-file-other-window "view-less" "\
Find FILE in other window, and enter view mode." t nil)

(autoload 'view-buffer-other-window "view-less" "\
Switch to BUFFER in another window, and enter view mode." t nil)

(autoload 'view-minor-mode "view-less" "\
Minor mode for viewing text, with bindings like `less'.
Commands are:
\\<view-minor-mode-map>
0..9	prefix args
-	prefix minus
\\[scroll-up]	page forward
\\[scroll-down]	page back
\\[view-scroll-lines-up]	scroll prefix-arg lines forward, default 1.
\\[view-scroll-lines-down]	scroll prefix-arg lines backward, default 1.
\\[view-scroll-some-lines-down]	scroll prefix-arg lines backward, default 10.
\\[view-scroll-some-lines-up]	scroll prefix-arg lines forward, default 10.
\\[what-line]	print line number
\\[view-mode-describe]	print this help message
\\[view-search-forward]	regexp search, uses previous string if you just hit RET
\\[view-search-backward]	as above but searches backward
\\[view-repeat-search]	repeat last search
\\[view-goto-line]	goto line prefix-arg, default 1
\\[view-last-windowful]	goto line prefix-arg, default last line
\\[view-goto-percent]	goto a position by percentage
\\[toggle-truncate-lines]	toggle truncate-lines
\\[view-file]	view another file
\\[view-buffer]	view another buffer
\\[view-cleanup-backspaces]	cleanup backspace constructions
\\[shell-command]	execute a shell command
\\[shell-command-on-region]	execute a shell command with the region as input
\\[view-quit]	exit view-mode, and bury the current buffer.

If invoked with the optional (prefix) arg non-nil, view-mode cleans up
backspace constructions.

More precisely:
\\{view-minor-mode-map}" t nil)

(autoload 'view-mode "view-less" "\
View the current buffer using view-minor-mode.  This exists to be 99.9%
compatible with the implementations of `view-mode' in view.el and older
versions of view-less.el." t nil)

(autoload 'view-major-mode "view-less" "\
View the current buffer using view-mode, as a major mode.
This function has a nonstandard name because `view-mode' is wrongly
named but is like this for compatibility reasons." t nil)

(autoload 'auto-view-mode "view-less" "\
If the file of the current buffer is not writable, call view-mode.
This is meant to be added to `find-file-hooks'." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (vrml-mode) "vrml-mode" "modes/vrml-mode.el")

(autoload 'vrml-mode "vrml-mode" "\
Major mode for editing VRML code.
Expression and list commands understand all VRML brackets.
Tab indents for VRML code.
Paragraphs are separated by blank lines only.
Delete converts tabs to spaces as it moves back.

Variables controlling indentation style:
  vrml-indent-level
    Indentation of VRML statements within surrounding block.

Variables controlling user interaction with mode (see variable
documentation for details):
  vrml-tab-always-indent
    Controls action of TAB key.
  vrml-auto-newline
    Non-nil means automatically newline before and after braces
    inserted in VRML code.

Turning on VRML mode calls the value of the variable `vrml-mode-hook'
with no args, if that value is non-nil.  Read the documentation for
`vrml-mode-hook' to see what kinds of interesting hook functions
already exist.

Commands:
\\{vrml-mode-map}" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (xpm-mode) "xpm-mode" "modes/xpm-mode.el")

(autoload 'xpm-mode "xpm-mode" "\
Treat the current buffer as an xpm file and colorize it.

  Shift-button-1 lets you paint by dragging the mouse.  Shift-button-1 on a
color definition line will change the current painting color to that line's
value.

  Characters inserted from the keyboard will NOT be colored properly yet.
Use the mouse, or do xpm-init (\\[xpm-init]) after making changes.

\\[xpm-add-color] Add a new color, prompting for character and value
\\[xpm-show-image] show the current image at the top of the buffer
\\[xpm-parse-color] parse the current line's color definition and add
   it to the color table.  Provided as a means of changing colors.
XPM minor mode bindings:
\\{xpm-mode-map}" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (br-env-load br-env-browse) "br-env" "oobr/br-env.el")

(autoload 'br-env-browse "br-env" "\
Invoke the OO-Browser on an existing or to be created Environment ENV-FILE." t nil)

(autoload 'br-env-load "br-env" "\
Load browser Environment or spec from optional ENV-FILE or 'br-env-file'.
Non-nil PROMPT means prompt user before building tables.
Non-nil NO-BUILD means skip build of Environment entirely.
Return t if load is successful, else nil." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (oo-browser) "br-start" "oobr/br-start.el")

(fset 'oobr 'oo-browser)

(autoload 'oo-browser "br-start" "\
Prompt for an Environment and language over which to run the OO-Browser.
Optional prefix argument SAME-ENV-FLAG means browse the current Environment,
if any, without prompting.  Otherwise, if called interactively, give the user
a choice whether to re-browse the last Environment or to browse a new one." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (br-to-from-viewer br-add-class-file) "br" "oobr/br.el")

(autoload 'br-add-class-file "br" "\
Add a file of classes to the current Environment.
Interactively or when optional CLASS-PATH is nil, CLASS-PATH defaults to the
current buffer file pathname.  If optional LIB-TABLE-P is non-nil, add to
Library Environment, otherwise add to System Environment.  If optional
SAVE-FILE is t, the Environment is then stored to the filename given by
`br-env-file'.  If SAVE-FILE is non-nil and not t, its string value is used
as the file to which to save the Environment." t nil)

(autoload 'br-to-from-viewer "br" "\
Move point to viewer window or back to last recorded listing window." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (c++-browse) "c++-browse" "oobr/c++-browse.el")

(autoload 'c++-browse "c++-browse" "\
Invoke the C++ OO-Browser.
This allows browsing through C++ library and system class hierarchies.  With
an optional non-nil prefix argument ENV-FILE, prompt for Environment file to
use.  Alternatively, a string value of ENV-FILE is used as the Environment
file name.  See also the file \"br-help\"." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (clos-browse) "clos-brows" "oobr/clos-brows.el")

(autoload 'clos-browse "clos-brows" "\
Invoke the CLOS OO-Browser.
This allows browsing through CLOS library and system class hierarchies.  With
an optional non-nil prefix argument ENV-FILE, prompt for Environment file
to use.  Alternatively, a string value of ENV-FILE is used as the
Environment file name.  See also the file \"br-help\"." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (eif-browse) "eif-browse" "oobr/eif-browse.el")

(autoload 'eif-browse "eif-browse" "\
Invoke the Eiffel OO-Browser.
This allows browsing through Eiffel library and system class hierarchies.
With an optional prefix arg ENV-FILE equal to t, prompt for Environment file
to use.  Alternatively, a string value of ENV-FILE is used as the Environment
file name.  See also the file \"br-help\"." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (info-browse) "info-brows" "oobr/info-brows.el")

(autoload 'info-browse "info-brows" "\
Invoke the Info OO-Browser.
This allows browsing through Info library and system class hierarchies.  With
an optional non-nil prefix argument ENV-FILE, prompt for Environment file to
use.  Alternatively, a string value of ENV-FILE is used as the Environment
file name.  See also the file \"br-help\"." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (java-browse) "java-brows" "oobr/java-brows.el")

(autoload 'java-browse "java-brows" "\
Invoke the Java OO-Browser.
This allows browsing through Java library and system class hierarchies.  With
an optional non-nil prefix argument ENV-FILE, prompt for Environment file to
use.  Alternatively, a string value of ENV-FILE is used as the Environment
file name.  See also the file \"br-help\"." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (objc-browse) "objc-brows" "oobr/objc-brows.el")

(autoload 'objc-browse "objc-brows" "\
Invoke the Objective-C OO-Browser.
This allows browsing through Objective-C library and system class
hierarchies.  With an optional non-nil prefix argument ENV-FILE, prompt for
Environment file to use.  Alternatively, a string value of ENV-FILE is used
as the Environment file name.  See also the file \"br-help\"." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (python-browse) "python-browse" "oobr/python-browse.el")

(autoload 'python-browse "python-browse" "\
Invoke the Python OO-Browser.
This allows browsing through Python library and system class hierarchies.
With an optional non-nil prefix argument ENV-FILE, prompt for Environment
file to use.  Alternatively, a string value of ENV-FILE is used as the
Environment file name.  See also the file \"br-help\"." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (smt-browse) "smt-browse" "oobr/smt-browse.el")

(autoload 'smt-browse "smt-browse" "\
Invoke the Smalltalk OO-Browser.
This allows browsing through Smalltalk library and system class hierarchies.
With an optional non-nil prefix argument ENV-FILE, prompt for Environment
file to use.  Alternatively, a string value of ENV-FILE is used as the
Environment file name.  See also the file \"br-help\"." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (add-log-current-defun change-log-mode add-change-log-entry-other-window add-change-log-entry find-change-log prompt-for-change-log-name) "add-log" "packages/add-log.el")

(defcustom change-log-default-name nil "*Name of a change log file for \\[add-change-log-entry]." :type '(choice (const :tag "default" nil) string) :group 'change-log)

(defcustom add-log-current-defun-function nil "*If non-nil, function to guess name of current function from surrounding text.\n\\[add-change-log-entry] calls this function (if nil, `add-log-current-defun'\ninstead) with no arguments.  It returns a string or nil if it cannot guess." :type 'boolean :group 'change-log)

(defcustom add-log-full-name nil "*Full name of user, for inclusion in ChangeLog daily headers.\nThis defaults to the value returned by the `user-full-name' function." :type '(choice (const :tag "Default" nil) string) :group 'change-log)

(defcustom add-log-mailing-address nil "*Electronic mail address of user, for inclusion in ChangeLog daily headers.\nThis defaults to the value of `user-mail-address'." :type '(choice (const :tag "Default" nil) string) :group 'change-log)

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

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

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

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

Once a file is found, `change-log-default-name' is set locally in the
current buffer to the complete file name." nil nil)

(autoload 'add-change-log-entry "add-log" "\
Find change log file and add an entry for today.
Optional arg (interactive prefix) non-nil means prompt for user name and site.
Second arg is file name of change log.  If nil, uses `change-log-default-name'.
Third arg OTHER-WINDOW non-nil means visit in other window.
Fourth arg NEW-ENTRY non-nil means always create a new entry at the front;
never append to an existing entry." t nil)

(autoload 'add-change-log-entry-other-window "add-log" "\
Find change log file in other window and add an entry for today.
Optional arg (interactive prefix) non-nil means prompt for user name and site.
Second arg is file name of change log.  If nil, uses `change-log-default-name'." t nil)

(define-key ctl-x-4-map "a" 'add-change-log-entry-other-window)

(autoload 'change-log-mode "add-log" "\
Major mode for editing change logs; like Indented Text Mode.
Prevents numeric backups and sets `left-margin' to 8 and `fill-column' to 74.
New log entries are usually made with \\[add-change-log-entry] or \\[add-change-log-entry-other-window].
Each entry behaves as a paragraph, and the entries for one day as a page.
Runs `change-log-mode-hook'." t nil)

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

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

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

Has a preference of looking backwards." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (apropos-documentation apropos-value apropos apropos-command) "apropos" "packages/apropos.el")

(fset 'command-apropos 'apropos-command)

(autoload 'apropos-command "apropos" "\
Shows commands (interactively callable functions) that match REGEXP.
With optional prefix ARG or if `apropos-do-all' is non-nil, also show
variables." t nil)

(autoload 'apropos "apropos" "\
Show all bound symbols whose names match REGEXP.
With optional prefix ARG or if `apropos-do-all' is non-nil, also show unbound
symbols and key bindings, which is a little more time-consuming.
Returns list of symbols and documentation found." t nil)

(autoload 'apropos-value "apropos" "\
Show all symbols whose value's printed image matches REGEXP.
With optional prefix ARG or if `apropos-do-all' is non-nil, also looks
at the function and at the names and values of properties.
Returns list of symbols and values found." t nil)

(autoload 'apropos-documentation "apropos" "\
Show symbols whose documentation contain matches for REGEXP.
With optional prefix ARG or if `apropos-do-all' is non-nil, also use
documentation that is not stored in the documentation file and show key
bindings.
Returns list of symbols and documentation found." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (define-auto-insert auto-insert) "autoinsert" "packages/autoinsert.el")

(autoload 'auto-insert "autoinsert" "\
Insert default contents into a new file if `auto-insert' is non-nil.
Matches the visited file name against the elements of `auto-insert-alist'." t nil)

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

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mouse-avoidance-mode) "avoid" "packages/avoid.el")

(defvar mouse-avoidance-mode nil "\
Value is t or a symbol if the mouse pointer should avoid the cursor.
See function `mouse-avoidance-mode' for possible values.  Changing this
variable is NOT the recommended way to change modes; use that function 
instead.")

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

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

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

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

\(see `mouse-avoidance-threshold' for definition of \"too close\",
and `mouse-avoidance-nudge-dist' and `mouse-avoidance-nudge-var' for
definition of \"random distance\".)" t nil)

(add-minor-mode 'mouse-avoidance-mode " Avoid")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (blink-cursor-mode) "blink-cursor" "packages/blink-cursor.el")

(autoload 'blink-cursor-mode "blink-cursor" "\
Enable or disable a blinking cursor.
If TIMEOUT is nil, toggle on or off.
If TIMEOUT is t, enable with the previous timeout value.
If TIMEOUT is 0, disable.
If TIMEOUT is greater than 0, then the cursor will blink once
each TIMEOUT secs (can be a float)." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (bookmark-menu-delete bookmark-menu-rename bookmark-menu-locate bookmark-menu-jump bookmark-menu-insert bookmark-bmenu-list bookmark-load bookmark-save bookmark-write bookmark-delete bookmark-insert bookmark-rename bookmark-insert-location bookmark-relocate bookmark-jump bookmark-set) "bookmark" "packages/bookmark.el")

(if (symbolp (key-binding "r")) nil (progn (define-key ctl-x-map "rb" 'bookmark-jump) (define-key ctl-x-map "rm" 'bookmark-set) (define-key ctl-x-map "rl" 'bookmark-bmenu-list)))

(defvar bookmark-map nil "\
Keymap containing bindings to bookmark functions.
It is not bound to any key by default: to bind it
so that you have a bookmark prefix, just use `global-set-key' and bind a
key of your choice to `bookmark-map'.  All interactive bookmark
functions have a binding in this keymap.")

(define-prefix-command 'bookmark-map)

(define-key bookmark-map "x" 'bookmark-set)

(define-key bookmark-map "m" 'bookmark-set)

(define-key bookmark-map "j" 'bookmark-jump)

(define-key bookmark-map "g" 'bookmark-jump)

(define-key bookmark-map "i" 'bookmark-insert)

(define-key bookmark-map "e" 'edit-bookmarks)

(define-key bookmark-map "f" 'bookmark-insert-location)

(define-key bookmark-map "r" 'bookmark-rename)

(define-key bookmark-map "d" 'bookmark-delete)

(define-key bookmark-map "l" 'bookmark-load)

(define-key bookmark-map "w" 'bookmark-write)

(define-key bookmark-map "s" 'bookmark-save)

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

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

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

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

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

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

(autoload 'bookmark-relocate "bookmark" "\
Relocate BOOKMARK -- prompts for a filename, and makes an already
existing bookmark point to that file, instead of the one it used to
point at.  Useful when a file has been renamed after a bookmark was
set in it." t nil)

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

(autoload 'bookmark-rename "bookmark" "\
Change the name of OLD bookmark to NEW name.  If called from
keyboard, prompts for OLD and NEW.  If called from menubar, OLD is
selected from a menu, and prompts for NEW.

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

While you are entering the new name, consecutive C-w's insert
consecutive words from the text of the buffer into the new bookmark
name." t nil)

(autoload 'bookmark-insert "bookmark" "\
Insert the text of the file pointed to by bookmark BOOKMARK.  
You may have a problem using this function if the value of variable
`bookmark-alist' is nil.  If that happens, you need to load in some
bookmarks.  See help on function `bookmark-load' for more about
this." t nil)

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

(autoload 'bookmark-write "bookmark" "\
Write bookmarks to a file (for which the user will be prompted
interactively).  Don't use this in Lisp programs; use bookmark-save
instead." t nil)

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

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

When you want to load in the bookmarks from a file, use
`bookmark-load', \\[bookmark-load].  That function will prompt you
for a file, defaulting to the file defined by variable
`bookmark-default-file'." t nil)

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

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

(autoload 'bookmark-bmenu-list "bookmark" "\
Display a list of existing bookmarks.
The list is displayed in a buffer named `*Bookmark List*'.
The leftmost column displays a D if the bookmark is flagged for
deletion, or > if it is flagged for displaying." t nil)

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

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

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

Warning: this function only takes an EVENT as argument.  Use the
corresponding bookmark function from Lisp (the one without the
\"-menu-\" in its name)." t nil)

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

Warning: this function only takes an EVENT as argument.  Use the
corresponding bookmark function from Lisp (the one without the
\"-menu-\" in its name)." t nil)

(autoload 'bookmark-menu-locate "bookmark" "\
Insert the name of the file associated with BOOKMARK. 
\(This is not the same as the contents of that file).

Warning: this function only takes an EVENT as argument.  Use the
corresponding bookmark function from Lisp (the one without the
\"-menu-\" in its name)." t nil)

(autoload 'bookmark-menu-rename "bookmark" "\
Change the name of OLD-BOOKMARK to NEWNAME.  
If called from keyboard, prompts for OLD-BOOKMARK and NEWNAME.
If called from menubar, OLD-BOOKMARK is selected from a menu, and
prompts for NEWNAME. 
If called from Lisp, prompts for NEWNAME if only OLD-BOOKMARK was
passed as an argument.  If called with two strings, then no prompting
is done.  You must pass at least OLD-BOOKMARK when calling from Lisp.

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

Warning: this function only takes an EVENT as argument.  Use the
corresponding bookmark function from Lisp (the one without the
\"-menu-\" in its name)." t nil)

(autoload 'bookmark-menu-delete "bookmark" "\
Delete the bookmark named NAME from the bookmark list.  
Removes only the first instance of a bookmark with that name.  If
there are one or more other bookmarks with the same name, they will
not be deleted.  Defaults to the \"current\" bookmark (that is, the
one most recently used in this file, if any).

Warning: this function only takes an EVENT as argument.  Use the
corresponding bookmark function from Lisp (the one without the
\"-menu-\" in its name)." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "buff-menu" "packages/buff-menu.el")

(defvar list-buffers-directory nil)

(make-variable-buffer-local 'list-buffers-directory)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (command-history-mode list-command-history repeat-matching-complex-command) "chistory" "packages/chistory.el")

(autoload 'repeat-matching-complex-command "chistory" "\
Edit and re-evaluate complex command with name matching PATTERN.
Matching occurrences are displayed, most recent first, until you select
a form for evaluation.  If PATTERN is empty (or nil), every form in the
command history is offered.  The form is placed in the minibuffer for
editing and the result is evaluated." t nil)

(autoload 'list-command-history "chistory" "\
List history of commands typed to minibuffer.
The number of commands listed is controlled by `list-command-history-max'.
Calls value of `list-command-history-filter' (if non-nil) on each history
element to judge if that element should be excluded from the list.

The buffer is left in Command History mode." t nil)

(autoload 'command-history-mode "chistory" "\
Major mode for examining commands from `command-history'.
The number of commands listed is controlled by `list-command-history-max'.
The command history is filtered by `list-command-history-filter' if non-nil.
Use \\<command-history-map>\\[command-history-repeat] to repeat the command on the current line.

Otherwise much like Emacs-Lisp Mode except that there is no self-insertion
and digits provide prefix arguments.  Tab does not indent.
\\{command-history-map}
Calls the value of `command-history-hook' if that is non-nil.
The Command History listing is recomputed each time this mode is invoked." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "cmuscheme" "packages/cmuscheme.el")

(add-hook 'same-window-buffer-names "*scheme*")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (compare-windows) "compare-w" "packages/compare-w.el")

(autoload 'compare-windows "compare-w" "\
Compare text in current window with text in next window.
Compares the text starting at point in each window,
moving over text in each one as far as they match.

This command pushes the mark in each window
at the prior location of point in that window.
If both windows display the same buffer,
the mark is pushed twice in that buffer:
first in the other window, then in the selected window.

A prefix arg means ignore changes in whitespace.
The variable `compare-windows-whitespace' controls how whitespace is skipped.
If `compare-ignore-case' is non-nil, changes in case are also ignored." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (first-error previous-error next-error compilation-minor-mode grep compile) "compile" "packages/compile.el")

(defcustom compilation-mode-hook nil "*List of hook functions run by `compilation-mode' (see `run-hooks')." :type 'hook :group 'compilation)

(defcustom compilation-window-height nil "*Number of lines in a compilation window.  If nil, use Emacs default." :type '(choice (const nil) integer) :group 'compilation)

(defcustom compilation-buffer-name-function nil "Function to compute the name of a compilation buffer.\nThe function receives one argument, the name of the major mode of the\ncompilation buffer.  It should return a string.\nnil means compute the name with `(concat \"*\" (downcase major-mode) \"*\")'." :type 'function :group 'compilation)

(defcustom compilation-finish-function nil "*Function to call when a compilation process finishes.\nIt is called with two arguments: the compilation buffer, and a string\ndescribing how the process finished." :type 'function :group 'compilation)

(defcustom compilation-search-path '(nil) "*List of directories to search for source files named in error messages.\nElements should be directory names, not file names of directories.\nnil as an element means to try the default directory." :type '(repeat (choice (const :tag "Default" nil) directory)) :group 'compilation)

(autoload 'compile "compile" "\
Compile the program including the current buffer.  Default: run `make'.
Runs COMMAND, a shell command, in a separate process asynchronously
with output going to the buffer `*compilation*'.

You can then use the command \\[next-error] to find the next error message
and move to the source code that caused it.

Interactively, prompts for the command if `compilation-read-command' is
non-nil; otherwise uses `compile-command'.  With prefix arg, always prompts.

To run more than one compilation at once, start one and rename the
`*compilation*' buffer to some other name with \\[rename-buffer].
Then start the next one.

The name used for the buffer is actually whatever is returned by
the function in `compilation-buffer-name-function', so you can set that
to a function that generates a unique name." t nil)

(autoload 'grep "compile" "\
Run grep, with user-specified args, and collect output in a buffer.
While grep runs asynchronously, you can use the \\[next-error] command
to find the text that grep hits refer to.

This command uses a special history list for its arguments, so you can
easily repeat a grep command." t nil)

(autoload 'compilation-minor-mode "compile" "\
Toggle compilation minor mode.
With arg, turn compilation mode on if and only if arg is positive.
See `compilation-mode'.
! \\{compilation-mode-map}" t nil)

(autoload 'next-error "compile" "\
Visit next compilation error message and corresponding source code.
This operates on the output from the \\[compile] command.
If all preparsed error messages have been processed,
the error message buffer is checked for new ones.

A prefix arg specifies how many error messages to move;
negative means move back to previous error messages.
Just C-u as a prefix means reparse the error message buffer
and start at the first error.

\\[next-error] normally applies to the most recent compilation started,
but as long as you are in the middle of parsing errors from one compilation
output buffer, you stay with that compilation output buffer.

Use \\[next-error] in a compilation output buffer to switch to
processing errors from that compilation.

See variables `compilation-parse-errors-function' and
`compilation-error-regexp-alist' for customization ideas." t nil)

(define-key ctl-x-map "`" 'next-error)

(autoload 'previous-error "compile" "\
Visit previous compilation error message and corresponding source code.
This operates on the output from the \\[compile] command." t nil)

(autoload 'first-error "compile" "\
Reparse the error message buffer and start at the first error
Visit corresponding source code.
This operates on the output from the \\[compile] command." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dabbrev-expand dabbrev-completion) "dabbrev" "packages/dabbrev.el")

(define-key global-map [(meta /)] 'dabbrev-expand)

(define-key global-map [(meta control /)] 'dabbrev-completion)

(autoload 'dabbrev-completion "dabbrev" "\
Completion on current word.
Like \\[dabbrev-expand] but finds all expansions in the current buffer
and presents suggestions for completion.

With a prefix argument, it searches all buffers accepted by the
function pointed out by `dabbrev-friend-buffer-function' to find the
completions.

If the prefix argument is 16 (which comes from C-u C-u),
then it searches *all* buffers.

With no prefix argument, it reuses an old completion list
if there is a suitable one already." t nil)

(autoload 'dabbrev-expand "dabbrev" "\
Expand previous word \"dynamically\".

Expands to the most recent, preceding word for which this is a prefix.
If no suitable preceding word is found, words following point are
considered.  If still no suitable word is found, then look in the
buffers accepted by the function pointed out by variable
`dabbrev-friend-buffer-function'.

A positive prefix argument, N, says to take the Nth backward *distinct*
possibility.  A negative argument says search forward.

If the cursor has not moved from the end of the previous expansion and
no argument is given, replace the previously-made expansion
with the next possible expansion not yet tried.

The variable `dabbrev-backward-only' may be used to limit the
direction of search to backward if set non-nil.

See also `dabbrev-abbrev-char-regexp' and \\[dabbrev-completion]." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (diff-backup diff) "diff" "packages/diff.el")

(defcustom diff-switches "-c" "*A list of switches (strings) to pass to the diff program." :type '(choice string (repeat string)) :group 'diff)

(autoload 'diff "diff" "\
Find and display the differences between OLD and NEW files.
Interactively you are prompted with the current buffer's file name for NEW
and what appears to be its backup for OLD." t nil)

(autoload 'diff-backup "diff" "\
Diff this file with its backup file or vice versa.
Uses the latest backup, if there are several numerical backups.
If this file is a backup, diff it with its original.
The backup file is the first file given to `diff'." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (edit-faces) "edit-faces" "packages/edit-faces.el")

(autoload 'edit-faces "edit-faces" "\
Alter face characteristics by editing a list of defined faces.
Pops up a buffer containing a list of defined faces.

Editing commands:

\\{edit-faces-mode-map}" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (report-xemacs-bug) "emacsbug" "packages/emacsbug.el")

(autoload 'report-xemacs-bug "emacsbug" "\
Report a bug in XEmacs.
Prompts for bug subject.  Leaves you in a mail buffer." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (emerge-merge-directories emerge-revisions-with-ancestor emerge-revisions emerge-files-with-ancestor-remote emerge-files-remote emerge-files-with-ancestor-command emerge-files-command emerge-buffers-with-ancestor emerge-buffers emerge-files-with-ancestor emerge-files) "emerge" "packages/emerge.el")

(autoload 'emerge-files "emerge" "\
Run Emerge on two files." t nil)

(fset 'emerge 'emerge-files)

(autoload 'emerge-files-with-ancestor "emerge" "\
Run Emerge on two files, giving another file as the ancestor." t nil)

(autoload 'emerge-buffers "emerge" "\
Run Emerge on two buffers." t nil)

(autoload 'emerge-buffers-with-ancestor "emerge" "\
Run Emerge on two buffers, giving another buffer as the ancestor." t nil)

(autoload 'emerge-files-command "emerge" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'emerge-files-with-ancestor-command "emerge" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'emerge-files-remote "emerge" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'emerge-files-with-ancestor-remote "emerge" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'emerge-revisions "emerge" "\
Emerge two RCS revisions of a file." t nil)

(autoload 'emerge-revisions-with-ancestor "emerge" "\
Emerge two RCS revisions of a file, with another revision as ancestor." t nil)

(autoload 'emerge-merge-directories "emerge" nil t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (tags-apropos list-tags tags-query-replace tags-search tags-loop-continue next-file find-tag-other-window find-tag visit-tags-table) "etags" "packages/etags.el")

(defcustom tags-build-completion-table 'ask "*If this variable is nil, then tags completion is disabled.\nIf this variable is t, then things which prompt for tags will do so with \n completion across all known tags.\nIf this variable is the symbol `ask', then you will be asked whether each\n tags table should be added to the completion list as it is read in.\n (With the exception that for very small tags tables, you will not be asked,\n since they can be parsed quickly.)" :type '(radio (const :tag "Disabled" nil) (const :tag "Complete All" t) (const :tag "Ask" ask)) :group 'etags)

(defcustom tags-always-exact nil "*If this variable is non-nil, then tags always looks for exact matches." :type 'boolean :group 'etags)

(defcustom tag-table-alist nil "*A list which determines which tags files should be active for a \ngiven buffer.  This is not really an association list, in that all \nelements are checked.  The CAR of each element of this list is a \npattern against which the buffer's file name is compared; if it \nmatches, then the CDR of the list should be the name of the tags\ntable to use.  If more than one element of this list matches the\nbuffer's file name, then all of the associated tags tables will be\nused.  Earlier ones will be searched first.\n\nIf the CAR of elements of this list are strings, then they are treated\nas regular-expressions against which the file is compared (like the\nauto-mode-alist).  If they are not strings, then they are evaluated.\nIf they evaluate to non-nil, then the current buffer is considered to\nmatch.\n\nIf the CDR of the elements of this list are strings, then they are\nassumed to name a TAGS file.  If they name a directory, then the string\n\"TAGS\" is appended to them to get the file name.  If they are not \nstrings, then they are evaluated, and must return an appropriate string.\n\nFor example:\n  (setq tag-table-alist\n	'((\"/usr/src/public/perl/\" . \"/usr/src/public/perl/perl-3.0/\")\n	 (\"\\\\.el$\" . \"/usr/local/emacs/src/\")\n	 (\"/jbw/gnu/\" . \"/usr15/degree/stud/jbw/gnu/\")\n	 (\"\" . \"/usr/local/emacs/src/\")\n	 ))\n\nThis means that anything in the /usr/src/public/perl/ directory should use\nthe TAGS file /usr/src/public/perl/perl-3.0/TAGS; and file ending in .el should\nuse the TAGS file /usr/local/emacs/src/TAGS; and anything in or below the\ndirectory /jbw/gnu/ should use the TAGS file /usr15/degree/stud/jbw/gnu/TAGS.\nA file called something like \"/usr/jbw/foo.el\" would use both the TAGS files\n/usr/local/emacs/src/TAGS and /usr15/degree/stud/jbw/gnu/TAGS (in that order)\nbecause it matches both patterns.\n\nIf the buffer-local variable `buffer-tag-table' is set, then it names a tags\ntable that is searched before all others when find-tag is executed from this\nbuffer.\n\nIf there is a file called \"TAGS\" in the same directory as the file in \nquestion, then that tags file will always be used as well (after the\n`buffer-tag-table' but before the tables specified by this list.)\n\nIf the variable tags-file-name is set, then the tags file it names will apply\nto all buffers (for backwards compatibility.)  It is searched first.\n" :type '(repeat (cons regexp sexp)) :group 'etags)

(autoload 'visit-tags-table "etags" "\
Tell tags commands to use tags table file FILE first.
FILE should be the name of a file created with the `etags' program.
A directory name is ok too; it means file TAGS in that directory." t nil)

(autoload 'find-tag "etags" "\
*Find tag whose name contains TAGNAME.
 Selects the buffer that the tag is contained in
and puts point at its definition.
 If TAGNAME is a null string, the expression in the buffer
around or before point is used as the tag name.
 If called interactively with a numeric argument, searches for the next tag
in the tag table that matches the tagname used in the previous find-tag.
 If second arg OTHER-WINDOW is non-nil, uses another window to display
the tag.

This version of this function supports multiple active tags tables,
and completion.

Variables of note:

  tag-table-alist		controls which tables apply to which buffers
  tags-file-name		a default tags table
  tags-build-completion-table   controls completion behavior
  buffer-tag-table		another way of specifying a buffer-local table
  make-tags-files-invisible	whether tags tables should be very hidden
  tag-mark-stack-max		how many tags-based hops to remember" t nil)

(autoload 'find-tag-other-window "etags" "\
*Find tag whose name contains TAGNAME.
 Selects the buffer that the tag is contained in in another window
and puts point at its definition.
 If TAGNAME is a null string, the expression in the buffer
around or before point is used as the tag name.
 If second arg NEXT is non-nil (interactively, with prefix arg),
searches for the next tag in the tag table
that matches the tagname used in the previous find-tag.

This version of this function supports multiple active tags tables,
and completion.

Variables of note:

  tag-table-alist		controls which tables apply to which buffers
  tags-file-name		a default tags table
  tags-build-completion-table   controls completion behavior
  buffer-tag-table		another way of specifying a buffer-local table
  make-tags-files-invisible	whether tags tables should be very hidden
  tag-mark-stack-max		how many tags-based hops to remember" t nil)

(autoload 'next-file "etags" "\
Select next file among files in current tag table(s).

A first argument of t (prefix arg, if interactive) initializes to the
beginning of the list of files in the (first) tags table.  If the argument
is neither nil nor t, it is evalled to initialize the list of files.

Non-nil second argument NOVISIT means use a temporary buffer
to save time and avoid uninteresting warnings.

Value is nil if the file was already visited;
if the file was newly read in, the value is the filename." t nil)

(autoload 'tags-loop-continue "etags" "\
Continue last \\[tags-search] or \\[tags-query-replace] command.
Used noninteractively with non-nil argument to begin such a command (the
argument is passed to `next-file', which see).
Two variables control the processing we do on each file:
the value of `tags-loop-scan' is a form to be executed on each file
to see if it is interesting (it returns non-nil if so)
and `tags-loop-operate' is a form to execute to operate on an interesting file
If the latter returns non-nil, we exit; otherwise we scan the next file." t nil)

(autoload 'tags-search "etags" "\
Search through all files listed in tags table for match for REGEXP.
Stops when a match is found.
To continue searching for next match, use command \\[tags-loop-continue].

See documentation of variable `tag-table-alist'." t nil)

(autoload 'tags-query-replace "etags" "\
Query-replace-regexp FROM with TO through all files listed in tags table.
Third arg DELIMITED (prefix arg) means replace only word-delimited matches.
If you exit (\\[keyboard-quit] or ESC), you can resume the query-replace
with the command \\[tags-loop-continue].

See documentation of variable `tag-table-alist'." t nil)

(autoload 'list-tags "etags" "\
Display list of tags in file FILE.
FILE should not contain a directory spec
unless it has one in the tag table." t nil)

(autoload 'tags-apropos "etags" "\
Display list of all tags in tag table REGEXP matches." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (turn-on-fast-lock fast-lock-mode) "fast-lock" "packages/fast-lock.el")

(autoload 'fast-lock-mode "fast-lock" "\
Toggle Fast Lock mode.
With arg, turn Fast Lock mode on if and only if arg is positive and the buffer
is associated with a file.  Enable it automatically in your `~/.emacs' by:

 (setq font-lock-support-mode 'fast-lock-mode)

If Fast Lock mode is enabled, and the current buffer does not contain any text
properties, any associated Font Lock cache is used if its timestamp matches the
buffer's file, and its `font-lock-keywords' match those that you are using.

Font Lock caches may be saved:
- When you save the file's buffer.
- When you kill an unmodified file's buffer.
- When you exit Emacs, for all unmodified or saved buffers.
Depending on the value of `fast-lock-save-events'.
See also the commands `fast-lock-read-cache' and `fast-lock-save-cache'.

Use \\[font-lock-fontify-buffer] to fontify the buffer if the cache is bad.

Various methods of control are provided for the Font Lock cache.  In general,
see variable `fast-lock-cache-directories' and function `fast-lock-cache-name'.
For saving, see variables `fast-lock-minimum-size', `fast-lock-save-events',
`fast-lock-save-others' and `fast-lock-save-faces'." t nil)

(autoload 'turn-on-fast-lock "fast-lock" "\
Unconditionally turn on Fast Lock mode." nil nil)

(when (fboundp 'add-minor-mode) (defvar fast-lock-mode nil) (add-minor-mode 'fast-lock-mode nil))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (feedmail-send-it) "feedmail" "packages/feedmail.el")

(autoload 'feedmail-send-it "feedmail" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (make-file-part) "file-part" "packages/file-part.el")

(autoload 'make-file-part "file-part" "\
Make a file part on buffer BUFFER out of the region.  Call it NAME.
This command creates a new buffer containing the contents of the
region and marks the buffer as referring to the specified buffer,
called the `master buffer'.  When the file-part buffer is saved,
its changes are integrated back into the master buffer.  When the
master buffer is deleted, all file parts are deleted with it.

When called from a function, expects four arguments, START, END,
NAME, and BUFFER, all of which are optional and default to the
beginning of BUFFER, the end of BUFFER, a name generated from
BUFFER's name, and the current buffer, respectively." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (font-lock-fontify-buffer turn-off-font-lock turn-on-font-lock font-lock-mode) "font-lock" "packages/font-lock.el")

(defvar font-lock-auto-fontify t "\
*Whether font-lock should automatically fontify files as they're loaded.
This will only happen if font-lock has fontifying keywords for the major
mode of the file.  You can get finer-grained control over auto-fontification
by using this variable in combination with `font-lock-mode-enable-list' or
`font-lock-mode-disable-list'.")

(defvar font-lock-mode-enable-list nil "\
*List of modes to auto-fontify, if `font-lock-auto-fontify' is nil.")

(defvar font-lock-mode-disable-list nil "\
*List of modes not to auto-fontify, if `font-lock-auto-fontify' is t.")

(defvar font-lock-use-colors '(color) "\
*Specification for when Font Lock will set up color defaults.
Normally this should be '(color), meaning that Font Lock will set up
color defaults that are only used on color displays.  Set this to nil
if you don't want Font Lock to set up color defaults at all.  This
should be one of

-- a list of valid tags, meaning that the color defaults will be used
   when all of the tags apply. (e.g. '(color x))
-- a list whose first element is 'or and whose remaining elements are
   lists of valid tags, meaning that the defaults will be used when
   any of the tag lists apply.
-- nil, meaning that the defaults should not be set up at all.

\(If you specify face values in your init file, they will override any
that Font Lock specifies, regardless of whether you specify the face
values before or after loading Font Lock.)

See also `font-lock-use-fonts'.  If you want more control over the faces
used for fontification, see the documentation of `font-lock-mode' for
how to do it.")

(defvar font-lock-use-fonts '(or (mono) (grayscale)) "\
*Specification for when Font Lock will set up non-color defaults.

Normally this should be '(or (mono) (grayscale)), meaning that Font
Lock will set up non-color defaults that are only used on either mono
or grayscale displays.  Set this to nil if you don't want Font Lock to
set up non-color defaults at all.  This should be one of

-- a list of valid tags, meaning that the non-color defaults will be used
   when all of the tags apply. (e.g. '(grayscale x))
-- a list whose first element is 'or and whose remaining elements are
   lists of valid tags, meaning that the defaults will be used when
   any of the tag lists apply.
-- nil, meaning that the defaults should not be set up at all.

\(If you specify face values in your init file, they will override any
that Font Lock specifies, regardless of whether you specify the face
values before or after loading Font Lock.)

See also `font-lock-use-colors'.  If you want more control over the faces
used for fontification, see the documentation of `font-lock-mode' for
how to do it.")

(defvar font-lock-maximum-decoration nil "\
*If non-nil, the maximum decoration level for fontifying.
If nil, use the minimum decoration (equivalent to level 0).
If t, use the maximum decoration available.
If a number, use that level of decoration (or if not available the maximum).
If a list, each element should be a cons pair of the form (MAJOR-MODE . LEVEL),
where MAJOR-MODE is a symbol or t (meaning the default).  For example:
 ((c++-mode . 2) (c-mode . t) (t . 1))
means use level 2 decoration for buffers in `c++-mode', the maximum decoration
available for buffers in `c-mode', and level 1 decoration otherwise.")

(define-obsolete-variable-alias 'font-lock-use-maximal-decoration 'font-lock-maximum-decoration)

(defvar font-lock-maximum-size (* 250 1024) "\
*If non-nil, the maximum size for buffers for fontifying.
Only buffers less than this can be fontified when Font Lock mode is turned on.
If nil, means size is irrelevant.
If a list, each element should be a cons pair of the form (MAJOR-MODE . SIZE),
where MAJOR-MODE is a symbol or t (meaning the default).  For example:
 ((c++-mode . 256000) (c-mode . 256000) (rmail-mode . 1048576))
means that the maximum size is 250K for buffers in `c++-mode' or `c-mode', one
megabyte for buffers in `rmail-mode', and size is irrelevant otherwise.")

(defvar font-lock-keywords nil "\
*A list of the keywords to highlight.
Each element should be of the form:

 MATCHER
 (MATCHER . MATCH)
 (MATCHER . FACENAME)
 (MATCHER . HIGHLIGHT)
 (MATCHER HIGHLIGHT ...)
 (eval . FORM)

where HIGHLIGHT should be either MATCH-HIGHLIGHT or MATCH-ANCHORED.

FORM is an expression, whose value should be a keyword element,
evaluated when the keyword is (first) used in a buffer.  This feature
can be used to provide a keyword that can only be generated when Font
Lock mode is actually turned on.

For highlighting single items, typically only MATCH-HIGHLIGHT is required.
However, if an item or (typically) items is to be highlighted following the
instance of another item (the anchor) then MATCH-ANCHORED may be required.

MATCH-HIGHLIGHT should be of the form:

 (MATCH FACENAME OVERRIDE LAXMATCH)

Where MATCHER can be either the regexp to search for, a variable
containing the regexp to search for, or the function to call to make
the search (called with one argument, the limit of the search).  MATCH
is the subexpression of MATCHER to be highlighted.  FACENAME is either
a symbol naming a face, or an expression whose value is the face name
to use.  If you want FACENAME to be a symbol that evaluates to a face,
use a form like \"(progn sym)\".

OVERRIDE and LAXMATCH are flags.  If OVERRIDE is t, existing fontification may
be overwritten.  If `keep', only parts not already fontified are highlighted.
If `prepend' or `append', existing fontification is merged with the new, in
which the new or existing fontification, respectively, takes precedence.
If LAXMATCH is non-nil, no error is signalled if there is no MATCH in MATCHER.

For example, an element of the form highlights (if not already highlighted):

 \"\\\\\\=<foo\\\\\\=>\"		Discrete occurrences of \"foo\" in the value of the
			variable `font-lock-keyword-face'.
 (\"fu\\\\(bar\\\\)\" . 1)	Substring \"bar\" within all occurrences of \"fubar\" in
			the value of `font-lock-keyword-face'.
 (\"fubar\" . fubar-face)	Occurrences of \"fubar\" in the value of `fubar-face'.
 (\"foo\\\\|bar\" 0 foo-bar-face t)
			Occurrences of either \"foo\" or \"bar\" in the value
			of `foo-bar-face', even if already highlighted.

MATCH-ANCHORED should be of the form:

 (MATCHER PRE-MATCH-FORM POST-MATCH-FORM MATCH-HIGHLIGHT ...)

Where MATCHER is as for MATCH-HIGHLIGHT with one exception.  The limit of the
search is currently guaranteed to be (no greater than) the end of the line.
PRE-MATCH-FORM and POST-MATCH-FORM are evaluated before the first, and after
the last, instance MATCH-ANCHORED's MATCHER is used.  Therefore they can be
used to initialise before, and cleanup after, MATCHER is used.  Typically,
PRE-MATCH-FORM is used to move to some position relative to the original
MATCHER, before starting with MATCH-ANCHORED's MATCHER.  POST-MATCH-FORM might
be used to move, before resuming with MATCH-ANCHORED's parent's MATCHER.

For example, an element of the form highlights (if not already highlighted):

 (\"\\\\\\=<anchor\\\\\\=>\" (0 anchor-face) (\"\\\\\\=<item\\\\\\=>\" nil nil (0 item-face)))

 Discrete occurrences of \"anchor\" in the value of `anchor-face', and subsequent
 discrete occurrences of \"item\" (on the same line) in the value of `item-face'.
 (Here PRE-MATCH-FORM and POST-MATCH-FORM are nil.  Therefore \"item\" is
 initially searched for starting from the end of the match of \"anchor\", and
 searching for subsequent instance of \"anchor\" resumes from where searching
 for \"item\" concluded.)

Note that the MATCH-ANCHORED feature is experimental; in the future, we may
replace it with other ways of providing this functionality.

These regular expressions should not match text which spans lines.  While
\\[font-lock-fontify-buffer] handles multi-line patterns correctly, updating
when you edit the buffer does not, since it considers text one line at a time.

Be very careful composing regexps for this list;
the wrong pattern can dramatically slow things down!")

(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-keywords)

(defvar font-lock-mode nil)

(defvar font-lock-mode-hook nil "\
Function or functions to run on entry to font-lock-mode.")

(autoload 'font-lock-mode "font-lock" "\
Toggle Font Lock Mode.
With arg, turn font-lock mode on if and only if arg is positive.

When Font Lock mode is enabled, text is fontified as you type it:

 - Comments are displayed in `font-lock-comment-face';
 - Strings are displayed in `font-lock-string-face';
 - Documentation strings (in Lisp-like languages) are displayed in
   `font-lock-doc-string-face';
 - Language keywords (\"reserved words\") are displayed in
   `font-lock-keyword-face';
 - Function names in their defining form are displayed in
   `font-lock-function-name-face';
 - Variable names in their defining form are displayed in
   `font-lock-variable-name-face';
 - Type names are displayed in `font-lock-type-face';
 - References appearing in help files and the like are displayed
   in `font-lock-reference-face';
 - Preprocessor declarations are displayed in
  `font-lock-preprocessor-face';

   and

 - Certain other expressions are displayed in other faces according
   to the value of the variable `font-lock-keywords'.

Where modes support different levels of fontification, you can use the variable
`font-lock-maximum-decoration' to specify which level you generally prefer.
When you turn Font Lock mode on/off the buffer is fontified/defontified, though
fontification occurs only if the buffer is less than `font-lock-maximum-size'.
To fontify a buffer without turning on Font Lock mode, and regardless of buffer
size, you can use \\[font-lock-fontify-buffer].

See the variable `font-lock-keywords' for customization." t nil)

(autoload 'turn-on-font-lock "font-lock" "\
Unconditionally turn on Font Lock mode." nil nil)

(autoload 'turn-off-font-lock "font-lock" "\
Unconditionally turn off Font Lock mode." nil nil)

(autoload 'font-lock-fontify-buffer "font-lock" "\
Fontify the current buffer the way `font-lock-mode' would.
See `font-lock-mode' for details.

This can take a while for large buffers." t nil)

(add-minor-mode 'font-lock-mode " Font")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (sc-mode) "generic-sc" "packages/generic-sc.el")

(autoload 'sc-mode "generic-sc" "\
Toggle sc-mode.
SYSTEM can be sccs, rcs or cvs.
Cvs requires the pcl-cvs package.

The following commands are available
\\[sc-next-operation]	perform next logical source control operation on current file
\\[sc-show-changes]	compare the version being edited with an older one
\\[sc-version-diff-file]	compare two older versions of a file
\\[sc-show-history]		display change history of current file
\\[sc-visit-previous-revision]	display an older revision of current file
\\[sc-revert-file]		revert buffer to last checked-in version
\\[sc-list-all-locked-files]		show all files locked in current directory
\\[sc-list-locked-files]		show all files locked by you in current directory
\\[sc-list-registered-files]		show all files under source control in current directory
\\[sc-update-directory]		get fresh copies of files checked-in by others in current directory
\\[sc-rename-file]		rename the current file and its source control file


While you are entering a change log message for a check in, sc-log-entry-mode
will be in effect.

Global user options:
    sc-diff-command	A list consisting of the command and flags
			to be used for generating context diffs.
    sc-mode-expert	suppresses some conformation prompts,
			notably for delta aborts and file saves.
    sc-max-log-size	specifies the maximum allowable size
			of a log message plus one.


When using SCCS you have additional commands and options

\\[sccs-insert-headers]		insert source control headers in current file

When you generate headers into a buffer using \\[sccs-insert-headers],
the value of sc-insert-headers-hook is called before insertion. If the
file is recognized a C or Lisp source, sc-insert-c-header-hook or
sc-insert-lisp-header-hook is called after insertion respectively.

    sccs-headers-wanted	which %-keywords to insert when adding
			headers with C-c h
    sccs-insert-static	if non-nil, keywords inserted in C files
			get stuffed in a static string area so that
			what(1) can see them in the compiled object code.

When using CVS you have additional commands

\\[sc-cvs-update-directory]	update the current directory using pcl-cvs
\\[sc-cvs-file-status]		show the CVS status of current file
" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gnuserv-start) "gnuserv" "packages/gnuserv.el")

(defvar gnuserv-frame nil "\
*If non-nil, the frame to be used to display all edited files.
If nil, then a new frame is created for each file edited.
This variable has no effect in XEmacs versions older than 19.9.")

(autoload 'gnuserv-start "gnuserv" "\
Allow this Emacs process to be a server for client processes.
This starts a server communications subprocess through which
client \"editors\" (gnuclient and gnudoit) can send editing commands to 
this Emacs job. See the gnuserv(1) manual page for more details.

Prefix arg means just kill any existing server communications subprocess." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (gopher-atpoint gopher) "gopher" "packages/gopher.el")

(autoload 'gopher "gopher" "\
Start a gopher session.  With C-u, prompt for a gopher server." t nil)

(autoload 'gopher-atpoint "gopher" "\
Try to interpret the text around point as a gopher bookmark, and dispatch
to that object." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hexlify-buffer hexl-find-file hexl-mode) "hexl" "packages/hexl.el")

(autoload 'hexl-mode "hexl" "\
\\<hexl-mode-map>
A major mode for editing binary files in hex dump format.

This function automatically converts a buffer into the hexl format
using the function `hexlify-buffer'.

Each line in the buffer has an \"address\" (displayed in hexadecimal)
representing the offset into the file that the characters on this line
are at and 16 characters from the file (displayed as hexadecimal
values grouped every 16 bits) and as their ASCII values.

If any of the characters (displayed as ASCII characters) are
unprintable (control or meta characters) they will be replaced as
periods.

If `hexl-mode' is invoked with an argument the buffer is assumed to be
in hexl format.

A sample format:

  HEX ADDR: 0001 0203 0405 0607 0809 0a0b 0c0d 0e0f     ASCII-TEXT
  --------  ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ----  ----------------
  00000000: 5468 6973 2069 7320 6865 786c 2d6d 6f64  This is hexl-mod
  00000010: 652e 2020 4561 6368 206c 696e 6520 7265  e.  Each line re
  00000020: 7072 6573 656e 7473 2031 3620 6279 7465  presents 16 byte
  00000030: 7320 6173 2068 6578 6164 6563 696d 616c  s as hexadecimal
  00000040: 2041 5343 4949 0a61 6e64 2070 7269 6e74   ASCII.and print
  00000050: 6162 6c65 2041 5343 4949 2063 6861 7261  able ASCII chara
  00000060: 6374 6572 732e 2020 416e 7920 636f 6e74  cters.  Any cont
  00000070: 726f 6c20 6f72 206e 6f6e 2d41 5343 4949  rol or non-ASCII
  00000080: 2063 6861 7261 6374 6572 730a 6172 6520   characters.are 
  00000090: 6469 7370 6c61 7965 6420 6173 2070 6572  displayed as per
  000000a0: 696f 6473 2069 6e20 7468 6520 7072 696e  iods in the prin
  000000b0: 7461 626c 6520 6368 6172 6163 7465 7220  table character 
  000000c0: 7265 6769 6f6e 2e0a                      region..

Movement is as simple as movement in a normal emacs text buffer.  Most
cursor movement bindings are the same (ie. Use \\[hexl-backward-char], \\[hexl-forward-char], \\[hexl-next-line], and \\[hexl-previous-line]
to move the cursor left, right, down, and up).

Advanced cursor movement commands (ala \\[hexl-beginning-of-line], \\[hexl-end-of-line], \\[hexl-beginning-of-buffer], and \\[hexl-end-of-buffer]) are
also supported.

There are several ways to change text in hexl mode:

ASCII characters (character between space (0x20) and tilde (0x7E)) are
bound to self-insert so you can simply type the character and it will
insert itself (actually overstrike) into the buffer.

\\[hexl-quoted-insert] followed by another keystroke allows you to insert the key even if
it isn't bound to self-insert.  An octal number can be supplied in place
of another key to insert the octal number's ASCII representation.

\\[hexl-insert-hex-char] will insert a given hexadecimal value (if it is between 0 and 0xFF)
into the buffer at the current point.

\\[hexl-insert-octal-char] will insert a given octal value (if it is between 0 and 0377)
into the buffer at the current point.

\\[hexl-insert-decimal-char] will insert a given decimal value (if it is between 0 and 255)
into the buffer at the current point.

\\[hexl-mode-exit] will exit hexl-mode.

Note: saving the file with any of the usual Emacs commands
will actually convert it back to binary format while saving.

You can use \\[hexl-find-file] to visit a file in hexl-mode.

\\[describe-bindings] for advanced commands." t nil)

(autoload 'hexl-find-file "hexl" "\
Edit file FILENAME in hexl-mode.
Switch to a buffer visiting file FILENAME, creating one in none exists." t nil)

(autoload 'hexlify-buffer "hexl" "\
Convert a binary buffer to hexl format.
This discards the buffer's undo information." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (hypropos-popup-menu hypropos-set-variable hyper-set-variable hypropos-get-doc hypropos-read-variable-symbol hyper-describe-function hyper-describe-variable hyper-describe-face hyper-describe-key-briefly hyper-describe-key hyper-apropos) "hyper-apropos" "packages/hyper-apropos.el")

(defcustom hypropos-show-brief-docs t "*If non-nil, `hyper-apropos' will display some documentation in the\n\"*Hyper Apropos*\" buffer.  Setting this to nil will speed up searches." :type 'boolean :group 'hyper-apropos)

(autoload 'hyper-apropos "hyper-apropos" "\
Display lists of functions and variables matching REGEXP
in buffer \"*Hyper Apropos*\".  If optional prefix arg is given, then the value
of `hypropos-programming-apropos' is toggled for this search.
See also `hyper-apropos-mode'." t nil)

(autoload 'hyper-describe-key "hyper-apropos" nil t nil)

(autoload 'hyper-describe-key-briefly "hyper-apropos" nil t nil)

(autoload 'hyper-describe-face "hyper-apropos" "\
Describe face..
See also `hyper-apropos' and `hyper-describe-function'." t nil)

(autoload 'hyper-describe-variable "hyper-apropos" "\
Hypertext drop-in replacement for `describe-variable'.
See also `hyper-apropos' and `hyper-describe-function'." t nil)

(autoload 'hyper-describe-function "hyper-apropos" "\
Hypertext replacement for `describe-function'.  Unlike `describe-function'
in that the symbol under the cursor is the default if it is a function.
See also `hyper-apropos' and `hyper-describe-variable'." t nil)

(autoload 'hypropos-read-variable-symbol "hyper-apropos" "\
Hypertext drop-in replacement for `describe-variable'.
See also `hyper-apropos' and `hyper-describe-function'." nil nil)

(autoload 'hypropos-get-doc "hyper-apropos" "\
Toggle display of documentation for the symbol on the current line." t nil)

(autoload 'hyper-set-variable "hyper-apropos" nil t nil)

(autoload 'hypropos-set-variable "hyper-apropos" "\
Interactively set the variable on the current line." t nil)

(autoload 'hypropos-popup-menu "hyper-apropos" nil t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (icomplete-minibuffer-setup icomplete-mode) "icomplete" "packages/icomplete.el")

(autoload 'icomplete-mode "icomplete" "\
Activate incremental minibuffer completion for this emacs session,
or deactivate with negative prefix arg." t nil)

(autoload 'icomplete-minibuffer-setup "icomplete" "\
Run in minibuffer on activation to establish incremental completion.
Usually run by inclusion in `minibuffer-setup-hook'." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (dired-do-igrep-find dired-do-igrep igrep-find-define igrep-find igrep-define igrep) "igrep" "packages/igrep.el")

(autoload 'igrep "igrep" "\
*Run `grep` PROGRAM to match EXPRESSION in FILES.
The output is displayed in the *igrep* buffer, which \\[next-error] and
\\[compile-goto-error] parse to find each line of matched text.

PROGRAM may be nil, in which case it defaults to `igrep-program'.

EXPRESSION is automatically delimited by `igrep-expression-quote-char'.

FILES is either a file name pattern (expanded by the shell named by
`shell-file-name') or a list of file name patterns.

Optional OPTIONS is also passed to PROGRAM; it defaults to `igrep-options'.

If a prefix argument (\\[universal-argument]) is given when called interactively,
or if `igrep-read-options' is set, OPTIONS is read from the minibuffer.

If two prefix arguments (\\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument]) are given when called interactively,
or if `igrep-read-multiple-files' is set, FILES is read from the minibuffer
multiple times.

If three prefix arguments (\\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument]) are given when called interactively,
or if `igrep-read-options' and `igrep-read-multiple-files' are set,
OPTIONS is read and FILES is read multiple times.

If `igrep-find' is non-nil, the directory or directories
containing FILES is recursively searched for files whose name matches
the file name component of FILES (and whose contents match
EXPRESSION)." t nil)

(autoload 'igrep-define "igrep" "\
Define ANALOGUE-COMMAND as an `igrep' analogue command.
Optional (VARIABLE VALUE) arguments specify temporary bindings for the command." nil 'macro)

(autoload 'igrep-find "igrep" "\
*Run `grep` via `find`; see \\[igrep] and `igrep-find'.
All arguments (including prefix arguments, when called interactively)
are handled by `igrep'." t nil)

(autoload 'igrep-find-define "igrep" "\
Define ANALOGUE-COMMAND-find as an `igrep' analogue `find` command.
Optional (VARIABLE VALUE) arguments specify temporary bindings for the command." nil 'macro)

(autoload 'dired-do-igrep "igrep" "\
*Run `grep` PROGRAM to match EXPRESSION (with optional OPTIONS)
on the marked (or next prefix ARG) files." t nil)

(defalias 'dired-do-grep 'dired-do-igrep)

(autoload 'dired-do-igrep-find "igrep" "\
*Run `grep` PROGRAM to match EXPRESSION (with optional OPTIONS)
on the marked (or next prefix ARG) directories." t nil)

(defalias 'dired-do-grep-find 'dired-do-igrep-find)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (Info-elisp-ref Info-emacs-key Info-goto-emacs-key-command-node Info-goto-emacs-command-node Info-emacs-command Info-search Info-visit-file Info-goto-node Info-query info) "info" "packages/info.el")

(autoload 'info "info" "\
Enter Info, the documentation browser.
Optional argument FILE specifies the file to examine;
the default is the top-level directory of Info.

In interactive use, a prefix argument directs this command
to read a file name from the minibuffer." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-query "info" "\
Enter Info, the documentation browser.  Prompt for name of Info file." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-goto-node "info" "\
Go to info node named NAME.  Give just NODENAME or (FILENAME)NODENAME.
Actually, the following interpretations of NAME are tried in order:
    (FILENAME)NODENAME
    (FILENAME)     (using Top node)
    NODENAME       (in current file)
    TAGNAME        (see below)
    FILENAME       (using Top node)
where TAGNAME is a string that appears in quotes: \"TAGNAME\", in an
annotation for any node of any file.  (See `a' and `x' commands.)" t nil)

(autoload 'Info-visit-file "info" "\
Directly visit an info file." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-search "info" "\
Search for REGEXP, starting from point, and select node it's found in." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-emacs-command "info" "\
Look up an Emacs command in the Emacs manual in the Info system.
This command is designed to be used whether you are already in Info or not." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-goto-emacs-command-node "info" "\
Look up an Emacs command in the Emacs manual in the Info system.
This command is designed to be used whether you are already in Info or not." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-goto-emacs-key-command-node "info" "\
Look up an Emacs key sequence in the Emacs manual in the Info system.
This command is designed to be used whether you are already in Info or not." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-emacs-key "info" "\
Look up an Emacs key sequence in the Emacs manual in the Info system.
This command is designed to be used whether you are already in Info or not." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-elisp-ref "info" "\
Look up an Emacs Lisp function in the Elisp manual in the Info system.
This command is designed to be used whether you are already in Info or not." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (batch-info-validate Info-validate Info-split Info-tagify) "informat" "packages/informat.el")

(autoload 'Info-tagify "informat" "\
Create or update Info-file tag table in current buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-split "informat" "\
Split an info file into an indirect file plus bounded-size subfiles.
Each subfile will be up to 50,000 characters plus one node.

To use this command, first visit a large Info file that has a tag
table.  The buffer is modified into a (small) indirect info file which
should be saved in place of the original visited file.

The subfiles are written in the same directory the original file is
in, with names generated by appending `-' and a number to the original
file name.  The indirect file still functions as an Info file, but it
contains just the tag table and a directory of subfiles." t nil)

(autoload 'Info-validate "informat" "\
Check current buffer for validity as an Info file.
Check that every node pointer points to an existing node." t nil)

(autoload 'batch-info-validate "informat" "\
Runs `Info-validate' on the files remaining on the command line.
Must be used only with -batch, and kills Emacs on completion.
Each file will be processed even if an error occurred previously.
For example, invoke \"emacs -batch -f batch-info-validate $info/ ~/*.info\"" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ispell-message ispell-minor-mode ispell-complete-word-interior-frag ispell-complete-word ispell-continue ispell-buffer ispell-region ispell-change-dictionary ispell-kill-ispell ispell-help ispell-word) "ispell" "packages/ispell.el")

(defcustom ispell-personal-dictionary nil "*File name of your personal spelling dictionary, or nil.\nIf nil, the default personal dictionary, \"~/.ispell_DICTNAME\" is used,\nwhere DICTNAME is the name of your default dictionary." :type 'file :group 'ispell)

(defvar ispell-dictionary-alist-1 '((nil "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]" "[']" nil ("-B") nil) ("english" "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]" "[']" nil ("-B") nil) ("british" "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]" "[']" nil ("-B" "-d" "british") nil) ("deutsch" "[a-zA-Z\"]" "[^a-zA-Z\"]" "[']" t ("-C") "~tex") ("deutsch8" "[a-zA-Z�������]" "[^a-zA-Z�������]" "[']" t ("-C" "-d" "deutsch") "~latin1") ("nederlands" "[A-Za-z�-���-��-��-��-���-���-��-�]" "[^A-Za-z�-���-��-��-��-���-���-��-�]" "[']" t ("-C") nil) ("nederlands8" "[A-Za-z�-���-��-��-��-���-���-��-�]" "[^A-Za-z�-���-��-��-��-���-���-��-�]" "[']" t ("-C") nil)))

(defvar ispell-dictionary-alist-2 '(("svenska" "[A-Za-z}{|\\133\\135\\\\]" "[^A-Za-z}{|\\133\\135\\\\]" "[']" nil ("-C") nil) ("svenska8" "[A-Za-z������]" "[^A-Za-z������]" "[']" nil ("-C" "-d" "svenska") "~list") ("norsk" "[A-Za-z��������]" "[^A-Za-z��������]" "[']" nil ("-C" "-d" "norsk") "~list") ("francais7" "[A-Za-z]" "[^A-Za-z]" "[`'^---]" t nil nil) ("francais" "[A-Za-z���������������������������]" "[^A-Za-z���������������������������]" "[---']" t nil "~list") ("francais-tex" "[A-Za-z���������������������������\\]" "[^A-Za-z���������������������������\\]" "[---'^`\"]" t nil "~tex") ("italiano" "[A-Za-z������������������]" "[^A-Za-z������������������]" "[']" t ("-d" "italiano") "~list") ("dansk" "[A-Z���a-z���]" "[^A-Z���a-z���]" "" nil ("-C") nil)))

(defvar ispell-dictionary-alist (append ispell-dictionary-alist-1 ispell-dictionary-alist-2) "\
An alist of dictionaries and their associated parameters.

Each element of this list is also a list:

\(DICTIONARY-NAME CASECHARS NOT-CASECHARS OTHERCHARS MANY-OTHERCHARS-P
        ISPELL-ARGS EXTENDED-CHARACTER-MODE)

DICTIONARY-NAME is a possible value of variable `ispell-dictionary', nil
means the default dictionary.

CASECHARS is a regular expression of valid characters that comprise a
word.

NOT-CASECHARS is the opposite regexp of CASECHARS.

OTHERCHARS is a regular expression of other characters that are valid
in word constructs.  Otherchars cannot be adjacent to each other in a
word, nor can they begin or end a word.  This implies we can't check
\"Stevens'\" as a correct possessive and other correct formations.

Hint: regexp syntax requires the hyphen to be declared first here.

MANY-OTHERCHARS-P is non-nil if many otherchars are to be allowed in a
word instead of only one.

ISPELL-ARGS is a list of additional arguments passed to the ispell
subprocess.

EXTENDED-CHARACTER-MODE should be used when dictionaries are used which
have been configured in an Ispell affix file.  (For example, umlauts
can be encoded as \\\"a, a\\\", \"a, ...)  Defaults are ~tex and ~nroff
in English.  This has the same effect as the command-line `-T' option.
The buffer Major Mode controls Ispell's parsing in tex or nroff mode,
but the dictionary can control the extended character mode.
Both defaults can be overruled in a buffer-local fashion. See
`ispell-parsing-keyword' for details on this.

Note that the CASECHARS and OTHERCHARS slots of the alist should
contain the same character set as casechars and otherchars in the
language.aff file (e.g., english.aff).")

(defvar ispell-menu-map nil "\
Key map for ispell menu")

(defvar ispell-menu-xemacs nil "\
Spelling menu for XEmacs.")

(defconst ispell-menu-map-needed (and (not ispell-menu-map) (string-lessp "19" emacs-version) (not (string-match "XEmacs" emacs-version))))

(if ispell-menu-map-needed (let ((dicts (reverse (cons (cons "default" nil) ispell-dictionary-alist))) name) (setq ispell-menu-map (make-sparse-keymap "Spell")) (while dicts (setq name (car (car dicts)) dicts (cdr dicts)) (if (stringp name) (define-key ispell-menu-map (vector (intern name)) (cons (concat "Select " (capitalize name)) (list 'lambda nil '(interactive) (list 'ispell-change-dictionary name))))))))

(if ispell-menu-map-needed (progn (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-change-dictionary] '("Change Dictionary" . ispell-change-dictionary)) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-kill-ispell] '("Kill Process" . ispell-kill-ispell)) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-pdict-save] '("Save Dictionary" lambda nil (interactive) (ispell-pdict-save t t))) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-complete-word] '("Complete Word" . ispell-complete-word)) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-complete-word-interior-frag] '("Complete Word Frag" . ispell-complete-word-interior-frag))))

(if ispell-menu-map-needed (progn (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-continue] '("Continue Check" . ispell-continue)) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-word] '("Check Word" . ispell-word)) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-region] '("Check Region" . ispell-region)) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-buffer] '("Check Buffer" . ispell-buffer))))

(if ispell-menu-map-needed (progn (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-message] '("Check Message" . ispell-message)) (define-key ispell-menu-map [ispell-help] '("Help" lambda nil (interactive) (describe-function 'ispell-help))) (put 'ispell-region 'menu-enable 'mark-active) (fset 'ispell-menu-map (symbol-value 'ispell-menu-map))))

(defvar ispell-local-pdict ispell-personal-dictionary "\
A buffer local variable containing the current personal dictionary.
If non-nil, the value must be a string, which is a file name.

If you specify a personal dictionary for the current buffer which is
different from the current personal dictionary, the effect is similar
to calling \\[ispell-change-dictionary].  This variable is automatically
set when defined in the file with either `ispell-pdict-keyword' or the
local variable syntax.")

(define-key global-map [(meta ?\$)] 'ispell-word)

(autoload 'ispell-word "ispell" "\
Check spelling of word under or before the cursor.
If the word is not found in dictionary, display possible corrections
in a window allowing you to choose one.

With a prefix argument (or if CONTINUE is non-nil),
resume interrupted spell-checking of a buffer or region.

If optional argument FOLLOWING is non-nil or if `ispell-following-word'
is non-nil when called interactively, then the following word
\(rather than preceding) is checked when the cursor is not over a word.
When the optional argument QUIETLY is non-nil or `ispell-quietly' is non-nil
when called interactively, non-corrective messages are suppressed.

Word syntax described by `ispell-dictionary-alist' (which see).

This will check or reload the dictionary.  Use \\[ispell-change-dictionary]
or \\[ispell-region] to update the Ispell process." t nil)

(autoload 'ispell-help "ispell" "\
Display a list of the options available when a misspelling is encountered.

Selections are:

DIGIT: Replace the word with a digit offered in the *Choices* buffer.
SPC:   Accept word this time.
`i':   Accept word and insert into private dictionary.
`a':   Accept word for this session.
`A':   Accept word and place in `buffer-local dictionary'.
`r':   Replace word with typed-in value.  Rechecked.
`R':   Replace word with typed-in value. Query-replaced in buffer. Rechecked.
`?':   Show these commands.
`x':   Exit spelling buffer.  Move cursor to original point.
`X':   Exit spelling buffer.  Leaves cursor at the current point, and permits
        the aborted check to be completed later.
`q':   Quit spelling session (Kills ispell process).
`l':   Look up typed-in replacement in alternate dictionary.  Wildcards okay.
`u':   Like `i', but the word is lower-cased first.
`m':   Like `i', but allows one to include dictionary completion information.
`C-l':  redraws screen
`C-r':  recursive edit
`C-z':  suspend emacs or iconify frame" nil nil)

(autoload 'ispell-kill-ispell "ispell" "\
Kill current Ispell process (so that you may start a fresh one).
With NO-ERROR, just return non-nil if there was no Ispell running." t nil)

(autoload 'ispell-change-dictionary "ispell" "\
Change `ispell-dictionary' (q.v.) and kill old Ispell process.
A new one will be started as soon as necessary.

By just answering RET you can find out what the current dictionary is.

With prefix argument, set the default directory." t nil)

(autoload 'ispell-region "ispell" "\
Interactively check a region for spelling errors." t nil)

(autoload 'ispell-buffer "ispell" "\
Check the current buffer for spelling errors interactively." t nil)

(autoload 'ispell-continue "ispell" nil t nil)

(autoload 'ispell-complete-word "ispell" "\
Look up word before or under point in dictionary (see lookup-words command)
and try to complete it.  If optional INTERIOR-FRAG is non-nil then the word
may be a character sequence inside of a word.

Standard ispell choices are then available." t nil)

(autoload 'ispell-complete-word-interior-frag "ispell" "\
Completes word matching character sequence inside a word." t nil)

(autoload 'ispell-minor-mode "ispell" "\
Toggle Ispell minor mode.
With prefix arg, turn Ispell minor mode on iff arg is positive.
 
In Ispell minor mode, pressing SPC or RET
warns you if the previous word is incorrectly spelled." t nil)

(autoload 'ispell-message "ispell" "\
Check the spelling of a mail message or news post.
Don't check spelling of message headers except the Subject field.
Don't check included messages.

To abort spell checking of a message region and send the message anyway,
use the `x' or `q' command.  (Any subsequent regions will be checked.)
The `X' command aborts the message send so that you can edit the buffer.

To spell-check whenever a message is sent, include the appropriate lines
in your .emacs file:
   (add-hook 'message-send-hook 'ispell-message)
   (add-hook 'mail-send-hook  'ispell-message)
   (add-hook 'mh-before-send-letter-hook 'ispell-message)

You can bind this to the key C-c i in GNUS or mail by adding to
`news-reply-mode-hook' or `mail-mode-hook' the following lambda expression:
   (function (lambda () (local-set-key \"\\C-ci\" 'ispell-message)))" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (jka-compr-install toggle-auto-compression jka-compr-load) "jka-compr" "packages/jka-compr.el")

(autoload 'jka-compr-load "jka-compr" "\
Documented as original." nil nil)

(autoload 'toggle-auto-compression "jka-compr" "\
Toggle automatic file compression and uncompression.
With prefix argument ARG, turn auto compression on if positive, else off.
Returns the new status of auto compression (non-nil means on).
If the argument MESSAGE is non-nil, it means to print a message
saying whether the mode is now on or off." t nil)

(autoload 'jka-compr-install "jka-compr" "\
Install jka-compr.
This adds entries to `file-name-handler-alist' and `auto-mode-alist'
and `inhibit-first-line-modes-suffixes'." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (turn-on-lazy-lock lazy-lock-mode) "lazy-lock" "packages/lazy-lock.el")

(autoload 'lazy-lock-mode "lazy-lock" "\
Toggle Lazy Lock mode.
With arg, turn Lazy Lock mode on if and only if arg is positive and the buffer
is at least `lazy-lock-minimum-size' characters long.

When Lazy Lock mode is enabled, fontification is demand-driven and stealthy:

 - Fontification occurs in visible parts of buffers when necessary.
   Occurs if there is no input after pausing for `lazy-lock-continuity-time'.

 - Fontification occurs in invisible parts when Emacs has been idle.
   Occurs if there is no input after pausing for `lazy-lock-stealth-time'.

If `lazy-lock-hide-invisible' is non-nil, text is not displayed until it is
fontified, otherwise it is displayed in `lazy-lock-invisible-foreground'.

See also variables `lazy-lock-walk-windows' and `lazy-lock-ignore-commands' for
window (scroll) fontification, and `lazy-lock-stealth-lines',
`lazy-lock-stealth-nice' and `lazy-lock-stealth-verbose' for stealth
fontification.

Use \\[lazy-lock-submit-bug-report] to send bug reports or feedback." t nil)

(autoload 'turn-on-lazy-lock "lazy-lock" "\
Unconditionally turn on Lazy Lock mode." nil nil)

(when (fboundp 'add-minor-mode) (defvar lazy-lock-mode nil) (add-minor-mode 'lazy-lock-mode nil))

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ledit-from-lisp-mode ledit-mode) "ledit" "packages/ledit.el")

(defconst ledit-save-files t "\
*Non-nil means Ledit should save files before transferring to Lisp.")

(defconst ledit-go-to-lisp-string "%?lisp" "\
*Shell commands to execute to resume Lisp job.")

(defconst ledit-go-to-liszt-string "%?liszt" "\
*Shell commands to execute to resume Lisp compiler job.")

(autoload 'ledit-mode "ledit" "\
\\<ledit-mode-map>Major mode for editing text and stuffing it to a Lisp job.
Like Lisp mode, plus these special commands:
  \\[ledit-save-defun]	-- record defun at or after point
	   for later transmission to Lisp job.
  \\[ledit-save-region] -- record region for later transmission to Lisp job.
  \\[ledit-go-to-lisp] -- transfer to Lisp job and transmit saved text.
  \\[ledit-go-to-liszt] -- transfer to Liszt (Lisp compiler) job
	   and transmit saved text.
\\{ledit-mode-map}
To make Lisp mode automatically change to Ledit mode,
do (setq lisp-mode-hook 'ledit-from-lisp-mode)" t nil)

(autoload 'ledit-from-lisp-mode "ledit" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (print-region lpr-region print-buffer lpr-buffer) "lpr" "packages/lpr.el")

(defcustom lpr-switches nil "*List of strings to pass as extra options for the printer program.\nSee `lpr-command'." :type '(repeat (string :tag "Argument")) :group 'lpr)

(defcustom lpr-command (if (memq system-type '(usg-unix-v dgux hpux irix)) "lp" "lpr") "*Name of program for printing a file." :type 'string :group 'lpr)

(autoload 'lpr-buffer "lpr" "\
Print buffer contents as with Unix command `lpr'.
`lpr-switches' is a list of extra switches (strings) to pass to lpr." t nil)

(autoload 'print-buffer "lpr" "\
Print buffer contents as with Unix command `lpr -p'.
`lpr-switches' is a list of extra switches (strings) to pass to lpr." t nil)

(autoload 'lpr-region "lpr" "\
Print region contents as with Unix command `lpr'.
`lpr-switches' is a list of extra switches (strings) to pass to lpr." t nil)

(autoload 'print-region "lpr" "\
Print region contents as with Unix command `lpr -p'.
`lpr-switches' is a list of extra switches (strings) to pass to lpr." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (make-command-summary) "makesum" "packages/makesum.el")

(autoload 'make-command-summary "makesum" "\
Make a summary of current key bindings in the buffer *Summary*.
Previous contents of that buffer are killed first." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (manual-entry) "man" "packages/man.el")

(autoload 'manual-entry "man" "\
Display the Unix manual entry (or entries) for TOPIC." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (metamail-region metamail-buffer metamail-interpret-body metamail-interpret-header) "metamail" "packages/metamail.el")

(autoload 'metamail-interpret-header "metamail" "\
Interpret a header part of a MIME message in current buffer.
Its body part is not interpreted at all." t nil)

(autoload 'metamail-interpret-body "metamail" "\
Interpret a body part of a MIME message in current buffer.
Optional argument VIEWMODE specifies the value of the
EMACS_VIEW_MODE environment variable (defaulted to 1).
Optional argument NODISPLAY non-nil means buffer is not
redisplayed as output is inserted.
Its header part is not interpreted at all." t nil)

(autoload 'metamail-buffer "metamail" "\
Process current buffer through `metamail'.
Optional argument VIEWMODE specifies the value of the
EMACS_VIEW_MODE environment variable (defaulted to 1).
Optional argument BUFFER specifies a buffer to be filled (nil
means current).
Optional argument NODISPLAY non-nil means buffer is not
redisplayed as output is inserted." t nil)

(autoload 'metamail-region "metamail" "\
Process current region through 'metamail'.
Optional argument VIEWMODE specifies the value of the
EMACS_VIEW_MODE environment variable (defaulted to 1).
Optional argument BUFFER specifies a buffer to be filled (nil
means current).
Optional argument NODISPLAY non-nil means buffer is not
redisplayed as output is inserted." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (blink-paren paren-set-mode) "paren" "packages/paren.el")

(defcustom paren-mode nil "*Sets the style of parenthesis highlighting.\nValid values are nil, `blink-paren', `paren', and `sexp'.\n  nil		no parenthesis highlighting.\n  blink-paren	causes the matching paren to blink.\n  paren		causes the matching paren to be highlighted but not to blink.\n  sexp		whole expression enclosed by the local paren at its mate.\n  nested	(not yet implemented) use variable shading to see the\n		nesting of an expression.  Also groks regular expressions\n		and shell quoting.\n\nThis variable is global by default, but you can make it buffer-local and\nhighlight parentheses differently in different major modes." :type '(radio (const nil) (const blink-paren) (const paren) (const sexp) (const nested)) :group 'paren-matching)

(autoload 'paren-set-mode "paren" "\
Cycles through possible values for `paren-mode', force off with negative arg.
When called from lisp, a symbolic value for `paren-mode' can be passed directly.
See also `paren-mode' and `paren-highlight'." t nil)

(make-obsolete 'blink-paren 'paren-set-mode)

(autoload 'blink-paren "paren" "\
Obsolete.  Use `paren-set-mode' instead." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (pending-delete pending-delete-off pending-delete-on) "pending-del" "packages/pending-del.el")

(autoload 'pending-delete-on "pending-del" "\
Turn on pending delete.
When it is ON, typed text replaces the selection if the selection is active.
When it is OFF, typed text is just inserted at point." t nil)

(autoload 'pending-delete-off "pending-del" "\
Turn off pending delete.
When it is ON, typed text replaces the selection if the selection is active.
When it is OFF, typed text is just inserted at point." t nil)

(autoload 'pending-delete "pending-del" "\
Toggle automatic deletion of the selected region.
With a positive argument, turns it on.
With a non-positive argument, turns it off.
When active, typed text replaces the selection." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ps-setup ps-nb-pages-region ps-nb-pages-buffer ps-line-lengths ps-despool ps-spool-region-with-faces ps-spool-region ps-spool-buffer-with-faces ps-spool-buffer ps-print-region-with-faces ps-print-region ps-print-buffer-with-faces ps-print-buffer) "ps-print" "packages/ps-print.el")

(defcustom ps-paper-type 'letter "*Specifies the size of paper to format for.\nShould be one of the paper types defined in `ps-page-dimensions-database', for\nexample `letter', `legal' or `a4'." :type '(symbol :validate (lambda (wid) (if (assq (widget-value wid) ps-page-dimensions-database) nil (widget-put wid :error "Unknown paper size") wid))) :group 'ps-print)

(defcustom ps-print-color-p (or (fboundp 'x-color-values) (fboundp 'color-instance-rgb-components)) "*If non-nil, print the buffer's text in color." :type 'boolean :group 'ps-print-color)

(autoload 'ps-print-buffer "ps-print" "\
Generate and print a PostScript image of the buffer.

When called with a numeric prefix argument (C-u), prompts the user for
the name of a file to save the PostScript image in, instead of sending
it to the printer.

More specifically, the FILENAME argument is treated as follows: if it
is nil, send the image to the printer.  If FILENAME is a string, save
the PostScript image in a file with that name.  If FILENAME is a
number, prompt the user for the name of the file to save in." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-print-buffer-with-faces "ps-print" "\
Generate and print a PostScript image of the buffer.
Like `ps-print-buffer', but includes font, color, and underline
information in the generated image.  This command works only if you
are using a window system, so it has a way to determine color values." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-print-region "ps-print" "\
Generate and print a PostScript image of the region.
Like `ps-print-buffer', but prints just the current region." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-print-region-with-faces "ps-print" "\
Generate and print a PostScript image of the region.
Like `ps-print-region', but includes font, color, and underline
information in the generated image.  This command works only if you
are using a window system, so it has a way to determine color values." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-spool-buffer "ps-print" "\
Generate and spool a PostScript image of the buffer.
Like `ps-print-buffer' except that the PostScript image is saved in a
local buffer to be sent to the printer later.

Use the command `ps-despool' to send the spooled images to the printer." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-spool-buffer-with-faces "ps-print" "\
Generate and spool a PostScript image of the buffer.
Like `ps-spool-buffer', but includes font, color, and underline
information in the generated image.  This command works only if you
are using a window system, so it has a way to determine color values.

Use the command `ps-despool' to send the spooled images to the printer." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-spool-region "ps-print" "\
Generate a PostScript image of the region and spool locally.
Like `ps-spool-buffer', but spools just the current region.

Use the command `ps-despool' to send the spooled images to the printer." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-spool-region-with-faces "ps-print" "\
Generate a PostScript image of the region and spool locally.
Like `ps-spool-region', but includes font, color, and underline
information in the generated image.  This command works only if you
are using a window system, so it has a way to determine color values.

Use the command `ps-despool' to send the spooled images to the printer." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-despool "ps-print" "\
Send the spooled PostScript to the printer.

When called with a numeric prefix argument (C-u), prompt the user for
the name of a file to save the spooled PostScript in, instead of sending
it to the printer.

More specifically, the FILENAME argument is treated as follows: if it
is nil, send the image to the printer.  If FILENAME is a string, save
the PostScript image in a file with that name.  If FILENAME is a
number, prompt the user for the name of the file to save in." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-line-lengths "ps-print" "\
*Display the correspondence between a line length and a font size,
using the current ps-print setup.
Try: pr -t file | awk '{printf \"%3d %s
\", length($0), $0}' | sort -r | head" t nil)

(autoload 'ps-nb-pages-buffer "ps-print" "\
*Display an approximate correspondence between a font size and the number
of pages the current buffer would require to print
using the current ps-print setup." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-nb-pages-region "ps-print" "\
*Display an approximate correspondence between a font size and the number
of pages the current region would require to print
using the current ps-print setup." t nil)

(autoload 'ps-setup "ps-print" "\
*Return the current setup" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (remote-compile) "rcompile" "packages/rcompile.el")

(autoload 'remote-compile "rcompile" "\
Compile the current buffer's directory on HOST.  Log in as USER.
See \\[compile]." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (resume-suspend-hook) "resume" "packages/resume.el")

(autoload 'resume-suspend-hook "resume" "\
Clear out the file used for transmitting args when Emacs resumes." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "server" "packages/server.el")

(make-obsolete 'server-start 'gnuserv-start)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (install-shell-fonts) "shell-font" "packages/shell-font.el")

(autoload 'install-shell-fonts "shell-font" "\
Decorate the current interaction buffer with fonts.
This uses the faces called `shell-prompt', `shell-input' and `shell-output';
you can alter the graphical attributes of those with the normal
face-manipulation functions." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (spell-string spell-region spell-word spell-buffer) "spell" "packages/spell.el")

(put 'spell-filter 'risky-local-variable t)

(autoload 'spell-buffer "spell" "\
Check spelling of every word in the buffer.
For each incorrect word, you are asked for the correct spelling
and then put into a query-replace to fix some or all occurrences.
If you do not want to change a word, just give the same word
as its \"correct\" spelling; then the query replace is skipped." t nil)

(autoload 'spell-word "spell" "\
Check spelling of word at or before point.
If it is not correct, ask user for the correct spelling
and `query-replace' the entire buffer to substitute it." t nil)

(autoload 'spell-region "spell" "\
Like `spell-buffer' but applies only to region.
Used in a program, applies from START to END.
DESCRIPTION is an optional string naming the unit being checked:
for example, \"word\"." t nil)

(autoload 'spell-string "spell" "\
Check spelling of string supplied as argument." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (tar-mode) "tar-mode" "packages/tar-mode.el")

(autoload 'tar-mode "tar-mode" "\
Major mode for viewing a tar file as a dired-like listing of its contents.
You can move around using the usual cursor motion commands. 
Letters no longer insert themselves.
Type 'e' to pull a file out of the tar file and into its own buffer.
Type 'c' to copy an entry from the tar file into another file on disk.

If you edit a sub-file of this archive (as with the 'e' command) and 
save it with Control-X Control-S, the contents of that buffer will be 
saved back into the tar-file buffer; in this way you can edit a file 
inside of a tar archive without extracting it and re-archiving it.

See also: variables tar-update-datestamp and tar-anal-blocksize.
\\{tar-mode-map}" nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (terminal-emulator) "terminal" "packages/terminal.el")

(autoload 'terminal-emulator "terminal" "\
Under a display-terminal emulator in BUFFER, run PROGRAM on arguments ARGS.
ARGS is a list of argument-strings.  Remaining arguments are WIDTH and HEIGHT.
BUFFER's contents are made an image of the display generated by that program,
and any input typed when BUFFER is the current Emacs buffer is sent to that
program an keyboard input.

Interactively, BUFFER defaults to \"*terminal*\" and PROGRAM and ARGS
are parsed from an input-string using your usual shell.
WIDTH and HEIGHT are determined from the size of the current window
-- WIDTH will be one less than the window's width, HEIGHT will be its height.

To switch buffers and leave the emulator, or to give commands
to the emulator itself (as opposed to the program running under it),
type Control-^.  The following character is an emulator command.
Type Control-^ twice to send it to the subprogram.
This escape character may be changed using the variable `terminal-escape-char'.

`Meta' characters may not currently be sent through the terminal emulator.

Here is a list of some of the variables which control the behaviour
of the emulator -- see their documentation for more information:
terminal-escape-char, terminal-scrolling, terminal-more-processing,
terminal-redisplay-interval.

This function calls the value of terminal-mode-hook if that exists
and is non-nil after the terminal buffer has been set up and the
subprocess started.

Presently with `termcap' only; if somebody sends us code to make this
work with `terminfo' we will try to use it." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (batch-texinfo-format texinfo-format-region texinfo-format-buffer) "texinfmt" "packages/texinfmt.el")

(autoload 'texinfo-format-buffer "texinfmt" "\
Process the current buffer as texinfo code, into an Info file.
The Info file output is generated in a buffer visiting the Info file
names specified in the @setfilename command.

Non-nil argument (prefix, if interactive) means don't make tag table
and don't split the file if large.  You can use Info-tagify and
Info-split to do these manually." t nil)

(autoload 'texinfo-format-region "texinfmt" "\
Convert the current region of the Texinfo file to Info format.
This lets you see what that part of the file will look like in Info.
The command is bound to \\[texinfo-format-region].  The text that is
converted to Info is stored in a temporary buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'batch-texinfo-format "texinfmt" "\
Runs  texinfo-format-buffer  on the files remaining on the command line.
Must be used only with -batch, and kills emacs on completion.
Each file will be processed even if an error occurred previously.
For example, invoke
  \"emacs -batch -funcall batch-texinfo-format $docs/ ~/*.texinfo\"." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (texinfo-sequential-node-update texinfo-every-node-update texinfo-update-node) "texnfo-upd" "packages/texnfo-upd.el")

(autoload 'texinfo-update-node "texnfo-upd" "\
Without any prefix argument, update the node in which point is located.
Non-nil argument (prefix, if interactive) means update the nodes in the
marked region.

The functions for creating or updating nodes and menus, and their
keybindings, are:

    texinfo-update-node (&optional region-p)    \\[texinfo-update-node]
    texinfo-every-node-update ()                \\[texinfo-every-node-update]
    texinfo-sequential-node-update (&optional region-p)

    texinfo-make-menu (&optional region-p)      \\[texinfo-make-menu]
    texinfo-all-menus-update ()                 \\[texinfo-all-menus-update]
    texinfo-master-menu ()

    texinfo-indent-menu-description (column &optional region-p)

The `texinfo-column-for-description' variable specifies the column to
which menu descriptions are indented. Its default value is 32." t nil)

(autoload 'texinfo-every-node-update "texnfo-upd" "\
Update every node in a Texinfo file." t nil)

(autoload 'texinfo-sequential-node-update "texnfo-upd" "\
Update one node (or many) in a Texinfo file with sequential pointers.

This function causes the `Next' or `Previous' pointer to point to the
immediately preceding or following node, even if it is at a higher or
lower hierarchical level in the document.  Continually pressing `n' or
`p' takes you straight through the file.

Without any prefix argument, update the node in which point is located.
Non-nil argument (prefix, if interactive) means update the nodes in the
marked region.

This command makes it awkward to navigate among sections and
subsections; it should be used only for those documents that are meant
to be read like a novel rather than a reference, and for which the
Info `g*' command is inadequate." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (time-stamp-toggle-active time-stamp) "time-stamp" "packages/time-stamp.el")

(autoload 'time-stamp "time-stamp" "\
Update the time stamp string in the buffer.
If you put a time stamp template anywhere in the first 8 lines of a file,
it can be updated every time you save the file.  See the top of
`time-stamp.el' for a sample.  The template looks like one of the following:
    Time-stamp: <>
    Time-stamp: \" \"
The time stamp is written between the brackets or quotes, resulting in
    Time-stamp: <95/01/18 10:20:51 gildea>
Only does its thing if the variable  time-stamp-active  is non-nil.
Typically used on  write-file-hooks  for automatic time-stamping.
The format of the time stamp is determined by the variable  time-stamp-format.
The variables time-stamp-line-limit, time-stamp-start, and time-stamp-end
control finding the template." t nil)

(autoload 'time-stamp-toggle-active "time-stamp" "\
Toggle time-stamp-active, setting whether \\[time-stamp] updates a buffer.
With arg, turn time stamping on if and only if arg is positive." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (display-time) "time" "packages/time.el")

(defcustom display-time-day-and-date nil "*Non-nil means \\[display-time] should display day,date and time.\nThis affects the spec 'date in the variable display-time-form-list." :group 'display-time :type 'boolean)

(autoload 'display-time "time" "\
Display current time, load level, and mail flag in mode line of each buffer.
Updates automatically every minute.
If `display-time-day-and-date' is non-nil, the current day and date
are displayed as well.
After each update, `display-time-hook' is run with `run-hooks'.
If `display-time-echo-area' is non-nil, the time is displayed in the
echo area instead of in the mode-line." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ununderline-and-unoverstrike-region overstrike-region unoverstrike-region ununderline-region underline-region) "underline" "packages/underline.el")

(autoload 'underline-region "underline" "\
Underline all nonblank characters in the region.
Works by overstriking underscores.
Called from program, takes two arguments START and END
which specify the range to operate on." t nil)

(autoload 'ununderline-region "underline" "\
Remove all underlining (overstruck underscores) in the region.
Called from program, takes two arguments START and END
which specify the range to operate on." t nil)

(autoload 'unoverstrike-region "underline" "\
Remove all overstriking (character-backspace-character) in the region.
Called from program, takes two arguments START and END which specify the
range to operate on." t nil)

(autoload 'overstrike-region "underline" "\
Overstrike (character-backspace-character) all nonblank characters in
the region. Called from program, takes two arguments START and END which
specify the range to operate on." t nil)

(autoload 'ununderline-and-unoverstrike-region "underline" "\
Remove underlining and overstriking in the region.  Called from a program,
takes two arguments START and END which specify the range to operate on." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ask-to-update-copyright update-copyright) "upd-copyr" "packages/upd-copyr.el")

(defcustom copyright-do-not-disturb "Free Software Foundation, Inc." "*If non-nil, the existing copyright holder is checked against this regexp.\nIf it does not match, then a new copyright line is added with the copyright\nholder set to the value of `copyright-whoami'." :type '(choice (const nil) string) :group 'copyright)

(defcustom copyright-whoami nil "*A string containing the name of the owner of new copyright notices." :type '(choice (const nil) string) :group 'copyright)

(defcustom copyright-notice-file nil "*If non-nil, replace copying notices with this file." :type '(choice (const nil) file) :group 'copyright)

(autoload 'update-copyright "upd-copyr" "\
Update the copyright notice at the beginning of the buffer
to indicate the current year.  If optional arg REPLACE is given
\(interactively, with prefix arg) replace the years in the notice
rather than adding the current year after them.
If `copyright-notice-file' is set, the copying permissions following the
copyright are replaced as well.

If optional third argument ASK is non-nil, the user is prompted for whether
or not to update the copyright.  If optional fourth argument ASK-YEAR is
non-nil, the user is prompted for whether or not to replace the year rather
than adding to it." t nil)

(autoload 'ask-to-update-copyright "upd-copyr" "\
If the current buffer contains a copyright notice that is out of date,
ask the user if it should be updated with `update-copyright' (which see).
Put this on write-file-hooks." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (vc-update-change-log vc-rename-this-file vc-rename-file vc-cancel-version vc-revert-buffer vc-print-log vc-retrieve-snapshot vc-create-snapshot vc-directory vc-insert-headers vc-version-other-window vc-version-diff vc-diff vc-register vc-next-action vc-file-status) "vc" "packages/vc.el")

(defvar vc-checkin-hook nil "\
*List of functions called after a checkin is done.  See `run-hooks'.")

(defvar vc-before-checkin-hook nil "\
*List of functions called before a checkin is done.  See `run-hooks'.")

(autoload 'vc-file-status "vc" "\
Display the current status of the file being visited.
Currently, this is only defined for CVS.  The information provided in the
modeline is generally sufficient for RCS and SCCS." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-next-action "vc" "\
Do the next logical checkin or checkout operation on the current file.

For RCS and SCCS files:
   If the file is not already registered, this registers it for version
control and then retrieves a writable, locked copy for editing.
   If the file is registered and not locked by anyone, this checks out
a writable and locked file ready for editing.
   If the file is checked out and locked by the calling user, this
first checks to see if the file has changed since checkout.  If not,
it performs a revert.
   If the file has been changed, this pops up a buffer for entry
of a log message; when the message has been entered, it checks in the
resulting changes along with the log message as change commentary.  If
the variable `vc-keep-workfiles' is non-nil (which is its default), a
read-only copy of the changed file is left in place afterwards.
   If the file is registered and locked by someone else, you are given
the option to steal the lock.

For CVS files:
   If the file is not already registered, this registers it for version
control.  This does a \"cvs add\", but no \"cvs commit\".
   If the file is added but not committed, it is committed.
   If the file has not been changed, neither in your working area or
in the repository, a message is printed and nothing is done.
   If your working file is changed, but the repository file is
unchanged, this pops up a buffer for entry of a log message; when the
message has been entered, it checks in the resulting changes along
with the logmessage as change commentary.  A writable file is retained.
   If the repository file is changed, you are asked if you want to
merge in the changes into your working copy.

The following is true regardless of which version control system you
are using:

   If you call this from within a VC dired buffer with no files marked,
it will operate on the file in the current line.
   If you call this from within a VC dired buffer, and one or more
files are marked, it will accept a log message and then operate on
each one.  The log message will be used as a comment for any register
or checkin operations, but ignored when doing checkouts.  Attempted
lock steals will raise an error.

   For checkin, a prefix argument lets you specify the version number to use." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-register "vc" "\
Register the current file into your version-control system." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-diff "vc" "\
Display diffs between file versions.
Normally this compares the current file and buffer with the most recent 
checked in version of that file.  This uses no arguments.
With a prefix argument, it reads the file name to use
and two version designators specifying which versions to compare." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-version-diff "vc" "\
For FILE, report diffs between two stored versions REL1 and REL2 of it.
If FILE is a directory, generate diffs between versions for all registered
files in or below it." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-version-other-window "vc" "\
Visit version REV of the current buffer in another window.
If the current buffer is named `F', the version is named `F.~REV~'.
If `F.~REV~' already exists, it is used instead of being re-created." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-insert-headers "vc" "\
Insert headers in a file for use with your version-control system.
Headers desired are inserted at the start of the buffer, and are pulled from
the variable `vc-header-alist'." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-directory "vc" "\
Show version-control status of all files in the directory DIR.
If the second argument VERBOSE is non-nil, show all files;
otherwise show only files that current locked in the version control system.
Interactively, supply a prefix arg to make VERBOSE non-nil.

If the optional third argument NESTED is non-nil,
scan the entire tree of subdirectories of the current directory." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-create-snapshot "vc" "\
Make a snapshot called NAME.
The snapshot is made from all registered files at or below the current
directory.  For each file, the version level of its latest
version becomes part of the named configuration." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-retrieve-snapshot "vc" "\
Retrieve the snapshot called NAME.
This function fails if any files are locked at or below the current directory
Otherwise, all registered files are checked out (unlocked) at their version
levels in the snapshot." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-print-log "vc" "\
List the change log of the current buffer in a window." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-revert-buffer "vc" "\
Revert the current buffer's file back to the latest checked-in version.
This asks for confirmation if the buffer contents are not identical
to that version.
If the back-end is CVS, this will give you the most recent revision of
the file on the branch you are editing." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-cancel-version "vc" "\
Get rid of most recently checked in version of this file.
A prefix argument means do not revert the buffer afterwards." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-rename-file "vc" "\
Rename file OLD to NEW, and rename its master file likewise." t nil)

(autoload 'vc-rename-this-file "vc" nil t nil)

(autoload 'vc-update-change-log "vc" "\
Find change log file and add entries from recent RCS logs.
The mark is left at the end of the text prepended to the change log.
With prefix arg of C-u, only find log entries for the current buffer's file.
With any numeric prefix arg, find log entries for all files currently visited.
Otherwise, find log entries for all registered files in the default directory.
From a program, any arguments are passed to the `rcs2log' script." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (webjump) "webjump" "packages/webjump.el")

(autoload 'webjump "webjump" "\
Jumps to a Web site from a programmable hotlist.

See the documentation for the `webjump-sites' variable for how to customize the
hotlist.

Feedback on WebJump can be sent to the author, Neil W. Van Dyke <nwv@acm.org>,
or submitted via `\\[webjump-submit-bug-report]'.  The latest version can be
gotten from `http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/nwv/'." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (webster-www) "webster-www" "packages/webster-www.el")

(autoload 'webster-www "webster-www" "\
Look up a word in the Webster's dictionary at http://www.m-w.com using WWW." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (run-scheme) "xscheme" "packages/xscheme.el")

(defvar scheme-program-name "scheme" "\
*Program invoked by the `run-scheme' command.")

(defvar scheme-band-name nil "\
*Band loaded by the `run-scheme' command.")

(defvar scheme-program-arguments nil "\
*Arguments passed to the Scheme program by the `run-scheme' command.")

(autoload 'run-scheme "xscheme" "\
Run an inferior Scheme process.
Output goes to the buffer `*scheme*'.
With argument, asks for a command line." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (pcl-cvs-fontify) "pcl-cvs-xemacs" "pcl-cvs/pcl-cvs-xemacs.el")

(autoload 'pcl-cvs-fontify "pcl-cvs-xemacs" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (cvs-update-other-window cvs-update) "pcl-cvs" "pcl-cvs/pcl-cvs.el")

(autoload 'cvs-update "pcl-cvs" "\
Run a 'cvs update' in the current working directory.  Feed the
output to a *cvs* buffer and run cvs-mode on it.
If optional prefix argument LOCAL is non-nil, 'cvs update -l' is run." t nil)

(autoload 'cvs-update-other-window "pcl-cvs" "\
Run a 'cvs update' in the current working directory.  Feed the
output to a *cvs* buffer, display it in the other window, and run
cvs-mode on it.

If optional prefix argument LOCAL is non-nil, 'cvs update -l' is run." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (about-xemacs) "about" "prim/about.el")

(autoload 'about-xemacs "about" nil t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (all-hail-emacs all-hail-xemacs praise-be-unto-emacs praise-be-unto-xemacs) "advocacy" "prim/advocacy.el")

(defvar xemacs-praise-sound-file "sounds/im_so_happy.au" "\
The name of an audio file containing something to play
when praising XEmacs")

(defvar xemacs-praise-message "All Hail XEmacs!\n" "\
What to praise XEmacs with")

(autoload 'praise-be-unto-xemacs "advocacy" "\
All Hail XEmacs!" t nil)

(autoload 'praise-be-unto-emacs "advocacy" nil t nil)

(autoload 'all-hail-xemacs "advocacy" "\
All Hail XEmacs!" t nil)

(autoload 'all-hail-emacs "advocacy" nil t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (describe-buffer-case-table) "case-table" "prim/case-table.el")

(autoload 'describe-buffer-case-table "case-table" "\
Describe the case table of the current buffer." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (batch-remove-old-elc) "cleantree" "prim/cleantree.el")

(autoload 'batch-remove-old-elc "cleantree" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (cancel-debug-on-entry debug-on-entry debug) "debug" "prim/debug.el")

(autoload 'debug "debug" "\
Enter debugger.  To return, type \\<debugger-mode-map>`\\[debugger-continue]'.
Arguments are mainly for use when this is called from the internals
of the evaluator.

You may call with no args, or you may pass nil as the first arg and
any other args you like.  In that case, the list of args after the
first will be printed into the backtrace buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'debug-on-entry "debug" "\
Request FUNCTION to invoke debugger each time it is called.
If you tell the debugger to continue, FUNCTION's execution proceeds.
This works by modifying the definition of FUNCTION,
which must be written in Lisp, not predefined.
Use \\[cancel-debug-on-entry] to cancel the effect of this command.
Redefining FUNCTION also cancels it." t nil)

(autoload 'cancel-debug-on-entry "debug" "\
Undo effect of \\[debug-on-entry] on FUNCTION.
If argument is nil or an empty string, cancel for all functions." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (standard-display-european standard-display-underline standard-display-graphic standard-display-g1 standard-display-ascii standard-display-default standard-display-8bit make-display-table describe-current-display-table) "disp-table" "prim/disp-table.el")

(autoload 'describe-current-display-table "disp-table" "\
Describe the display table in use in the selected window and buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'make-display-table "disp-table" "\
Return a new, empty display table." nil nil)

(autoload 'standard-display-8bit "disp-table" "\
Display characters in the range L to H literally." nil nil)

(autoload 'standard-display-default "disp-table" "\
Display characters in the range L to H using the default notation." nil nil)

(autoload 'standard-display-ascii "disp-table" "\
Display character C using printable string S." nil nil)

(autoload 'standard-display-g1 "disp-table" "\
Display character C as character SC in the g1 character set.
This function assumes that your terminal uses the SO/SI characters;
it is meaningless for an X frame." nil nil)

(autoload 'standard-display-graphic "disp-table" "\
Display character C as character GC in graphics character set.
This function assumes VT100-compatible escapes; it is meaningless for an
X frame." nil nil)

(autoload 'standard-display-underline "disp-table" "\
Display character C as character UC plus underlining." nil nil)

(autoload 'standard-display-european "disp-table" "\
Toggle display of European characters encoded with ISO 8859.
When enabled, characters in the range of 160 to 255 display not
as octal escapes, but as accented characters.
With prefix argument, enable European character display iff arg is positive." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (setenv) "env" "prim/env.el")

(autoload 'setenv "env" "\
Set the value of the environment variable named VARIABLE to VALUE.
VARIABLE should be a string.  VALUE is optional; if not provided or is
`nil', the environment variable VARIABLE will be removed.  

Interactively, a prefix argument means to unset the variable.
Interactively, the current value (if any) of the variable
appears at the front of the history list when you type in the new value.

This function works by modifying `process-environment'." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "itimer-autosave" "prim/itimer-autosave.el")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "loaddefs" "prim/loaddefs.el")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (apply-macro-to-region-lines kbd-macro-query name-last-kbd-macro) "macros" "prim/macros.el")

(autoload 'name-last-kbd-macro "macros" "\
Assign a name to the last keyboard macro defined.
Argument SYMBOL is the name to define.
The symbol's function definition becomes the keyboard macro string.
Such a \"function\" cannot be called from Lisp, but it is a valid
editor command." t nil)

(autoload 'kbd-macro-query "macros" "\
Query user during kbd macro execution.
With prefix argument, enters recursive edit,
 reading keyboard commands even within a kbd macro.
 You can give different commands each time the macro executes.
Without prefix argument, asks whether to continue running the macro.
Your options are: \\<query-replace-map>
\\[act]	Finish this iteration normally and continue with the next.
\\[skip]	Skip the rest of this iteration, and start the next.
\\[exit]	Stop the macro entirely right now.
\\[recenter]	Redisplay the frame, then ask again.
\\[edit]	Enter recursive edit; ask again when you exit from that." t nil)

(autoload 'apply-macro-to-region-lines "macros" "\
For each complete line between point and mark, move to the beginning
of the line, and run the last keyboard macro.

When called from lisp, this function takes two arguments TOP and
BOTTOM, describing the current region.  TOP must be before BOTTOM.
The optional third argument MACRO specifies a keyboard macro to
execute.

This is useful for quoting or unquoting included text, adding and
removing comments, or producing tables where the entries are regular.

For example, in Usenet articles, sections of text quoted from another
author are indented, or have each line start with `>'.  To quote a
section of text, define a keyboard macro which inserts `>', put point
and mark at opposite ends of the quoted section, and use
`\\[apply-macro-to-region-lines]' to mark the entire section.

Suppose you wanted to build a keyword table in C where each entry
looked like this:

    { \"foo\", foo_data, foo_function }, 
    { \"bar\", bar_data, bar_function },
    { \"baz\", baz_data, baz_function },

You could enter the names in this format:

    foo
    bar
    baz

and write a macro to massage a word into a table entry:

    \\C-x (
       \\M-d { \"\\C-y\", \\C-y_data, \\C-y_function },
    \\C-x )

and then select the region of un-tablified names and use
`\\[apply-macro-to-region-lines]' to build the table from the names.
" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (disable-command enable-command disabled-command-hook) "novice" "prim/novice.el")

(autoload 'disabled-command-hook "novice" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'enable-command "novice" "\
Allow COMMAND to be executed without special confirmation from now on.
The user's .emacs file is altered so that this will apply
to future sessions." t nil)

(autoload 'disable-command "novice" "\
Require special confirmation to execute COMMAND from now on.
The user's .emacs file is altered so that this will apply
to future sessions." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (edit-options list-options) "options" "prim/options.el")

(autoload 'list-options "options" "\
Display a list of XEmacs user options, with values and documentation." t nil)

(autoload 'edit-options "options" "\
Edit a list of XEmacs user option values.
Selects a buffer containing such a list,
in which there are commands to set the option values.
Type \\[describe-mode] in that buffer for a list of commands." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (clear-rectangle string-rectangle open-rectangle insert-rectangle yank-rectangle kill-rectangle extract-rectangle delete-extract-rectangle delete-rectangle) "rect" "prim/rect.el")

(autoload 'delete-rectangle "rect" "\
Delete (don't save) text in rectangle with point and mark as corners.
The same range of columns is deleted in each line starting with the line
where the region begins and ending with the line where the region ends." t nil)

(autoload 'delete-extract-rectangle "rect" "\
Delete contents of rectangle and return it as a list of strings.
Arguments START and END are the corners of the rectangle.
The value is list of strings, one for each line of the rectangle." nil nil)

(autoload 'extract-rectangle "rect" "\
Return contents of rectangle with corners at START and END.
Value is list of strings, one for each line of the rectangle." nil nil)

(defvar killed-rectangle nil "\
Rectangle for yank-rectangle to insert.")

(autoload 'kill-rectangle "rect" "\
Delete rectangle with corners at point and mark; save as last killed one.
Calling from program, supply two args START and END, buffer positions.
But in programs you might prefer to use `delete-extract-rectangle'." t nil)

(autoload 'yank-rectangle "rect" "\
Yank the last killed rectangle with upper left corner at point." t nil)

(autoload 'insert-rectangle "rect" "\
Insert text of RECTANGLE with upper left corner at point.
RECTANGLE's first line is inserted at point, its second
line is inserted at a point vertically under point, etc.
RECTANGLE should be a list of strings.
After this command, the mark is at the upper left corner
and point is at the lower right corner." nil nil)

(autoload 'open-rectangle "rect" "\
Blank out rectangle with corners at point and mark, shifting text right.
The text previously in the region is not overwritten by the blanks,
but instead winds up to the right of the rectangle." t nil)

(autoload 'string-rectangle "rect" "\
Insert STRING on each line of the region-rectangle, shifting text right.
The left edge of the rectangle specifies the column for insertion.
This command does not delete or overwrite any existing text.

Called from a program, takes three args; START, END and STRING." t nil)

(autoload 'clear-rectangle "rect" "\
Blank out rectangle with corners at point and mark.
The text previously in the region is overwritten by the blanks.
When called from a program, requires two args which specify the corners." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (reposition-window) "reposition" "prim/reposition.el")

(autoload 'reposition-window "reposition" "\
Make the current definition and/or comment visible.
Further invocations move it to the top of the window or toggle the
visibility of comments that precede it.
  Point is left unchanged unless prefix ARG is supplied.
  If the definition is fully onscreen, it is moved to the top of the
window.  If it is partly offscreen, the window is scrolled to get the
definition (or as much as will fit) onscreen, unless point is in a comment
which is also partly offscreen, in which case the scrolling attempts to get
as much of the comment onscreen as possible.
  Initially `reposition-window' attempts to make both the definition and
preceding comments visible.  Further invocations toggle the visibility of
the comment lines.
  If ARG is non-nil, point may move in order to make the whole defun
visible (if only part could otherwise be made so), to make the defun line
visible (if point is in code and it could not be made so, or if only
comments, including the first comment line, are visible), or to make the
first comment line visible (if point is in a comment)." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (reverse-region sort-columns sort-regexp-fields sort-fields sort-float-fields sort-numeric-fields sort-pages sort-paragraphs sort-lines sort-subr) "sort" "prim/sort.el")

(autoload 'sort-subr "sort" "\
General text sorting routine to divide buffer into records and sort them.
Arguments are REVERSE NEXTRECFUN ENDRECFUN &optional STARTKEYFUN ENDKEYFUN.

We divide the accessible portion of the buffer into disjoint pieces
called sort records.  A portion of each sort record (perhaps all of
it) is designated as the sort key.  The records are rearranged in the
buffer in order by their sort keys.  The records may or may not be
contiguous.

Usually the records are rearranged in order of ascending sort key.
If REVERSE is non-nil, they are rearranged in order of descending sort key.
The variable `sort-fold-case' determines whether alphabetic case affects
the sort order.

The next four arguments are functions to be called to move point
across a sort record.  They will be called many times from within sort-subr.

NEXTRECFUN is called with point at the end of the previous record.
It moves point to the start of the next record.
It should move point to the end of the buffer if there are no more records.
The first record is assumed to start at the position of point when sort-subr
is called.

ENDRECFUN is called with point within the record.
It should move point to the end of the record.

STARTKEYFUN moves from the start of the record to the start of the key.
It may return either a non-nil value to be used as the key, or
else the key is the substring between the values of point after
STARTKEYFUN and ENDKEYFUN are called.  If STARTKEYFUN is nil, the key
starts at the beginning of the record.

ENDKEYFUN moves from the start of the sort key to the end of the sort key.
ENDKEYFUN may be nil if STARTKEYFUN returns a value or if it would be the
same as ENDRECFUN." nil nil)

(autoload 'sort-lines "sort" "\
Sort lines in region alphabetically; argument means descending order.
Called from a program, there are three arguments:
REVERSE (non-nil means reverse order), BEG and END (region to sort).
The variable `sort-fold-case' determines whether alphabetic case affects
the sort order." t nil)

(autoload 'sort-paragraphs "sort" "\
Sort paragraphs in region alphabetically; argument means descending order.
Called from a program, there are three arguments:
REVERSE (non-nil means reverse order), BEG and END (region to sort).
The variable `sort-fold-case' determines whether alphabetic case affects
the sort order." t nil)

(autoload 'sort-pages "sort" "\
Sort pages in region alphabetically; argument means descending order.
Called from a program, there are three arguments:
REVERSE (non-nil means reverse order), BEG and END (region to sort).
The variable `sort-fold-case' determines whether alphabetic case affects
the sort order." t nil)

(autoload 'sort-numeric-fields "sort" "\
Sort lines in region numerically by the ARGth field of each line.
Fields are separated by whitespace and numbered from 1 up.
Specified field must contain a number in each line of the region.
With a negative arg, sorts by the ARGth field counted from the right.
Called from a program, there are three arguments:
FIELD, BEG and END.  BEG and END specify region to sort.
The variable `sort-fold-case' determines whether alphabetic case affects
the sort order.
If you want to sort floating-point numbers, try `sort-float-fields'." t nil)

(autoload 'sort-float-fields "sort" "\
Sort lines in region numerically by the ARGth field of each line.
Fields are separated by whitespace and numbered from 1 up.  Specified field
must contain a floating point number in each line of the region.  With a
negative arg, sorts by the ARGth field counted from the right.  Called from a
program, there are three arguments: FIELD, BEG and END.  BEG and END specify
region to sort." t nil)

(autoload 'sort-fields "sort" "\
Sort lines in region lexicographically by the ARGth field of each line.
Fields are separated by whitespace and numbered from 1 up.
With a negative arg, sorts by the ARGth field counted from the right.
Called from a program, there are three arguments:
FIELD, BEG and END.  BEG and END specify region to sort." t nil)

(autoload 'sort-regexp-fields "sort" "\
Sort the region lexicographically as specified by RECORD-REGEXP and KEY.
RECORD-REGEXP specifies the textual units which should be sorted.
  For example, to sort lines RECORD-REGEXP would be \"^.*$\"
KEY specifies the part of each record (ie each match for RECORD-REGEXP)
  is to be used for sorting.
  If it is \"\\\\digit\" then the digit'th \"\\\\(...\\\\)\" match field from
  RECORD-REGEXP is used.
  If it is \"\\\\&\" then the whole record is used.
  Otherwise, it is a regular-expression for which to search within the record.
If a match for KEY is not found within a record then that record is ignored.

With a negative prefix arg sorts in reverse order.

The variable `sort-fold-case' determines whether alphabetic case affects
the sort order.

For example: to sort lines in the region by the first word on each line
 starting with the letter \"f\",
 RECORD-REGEXP would be \"^.*$\" and KEY would be \"\\\\=\\<f\\\\w*\\\\>\"" t nil)

(autoload 'sort-columns "sort" "\
Sort lines in region alphabetically by a certain range of columns.
For the purpose of this command, the region includes
the entire line that point is in and the entire line the mark is in.
The column positions of point and mark bound the range of columns to sort on.
A prefix argument means sort into reverse order.
The variable `sort-fold-case' determines whether alphabetic case affects
the sort order.

Note that `sort-columns' rejects text that contains tabs,
because tabs could be split across the specified columns
and it doesn't know how to handle that.  Also, when possible,
it uses the `sort' utility program, which doesn't understand tabs.
Use \\[untabify] to convert tabs to spaces before sorting." t nil)

(autoload 'reverse-region "sort" "\
Reverse the order of lines in a region.
From a program takes two point or marker arguments, BEG and END." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (load-default-sounds load-sound-file) "sound" "prim/sound.el")

(or sound-alist (setq sound-alist '((ready nil) (warp nil))))

(autoload 'load-sound-file "sound" "\
Read in an audio-file and add it to the sound-alist.

You can only play sound files if you are running on display 0 of the
console of a machine with native sound support or running a NetAudio
server and XEmacs has the necessary sound support compiled in.

The sound file must be in the Sun/NeXT U-LAW format, except on Linux,
where .wav files are also supported by the sound card drivers." t nil)

(autoload 'load-default-sounds "sound" "\
Load and install some sound files as beep-types, using
`load-sound-file'.  This only works if you're on display 0 of the
console of a machine with native sound support or running a NetAudio
server and XEmacs has the necessary sound support compiled in." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (tabify untabify) "tabify" "prim/tabify.el")

(autoload 'untabify "tabify" "\
Convert all tabs in region to multiple spaces, preserving columns.
Called non-interactively, the region is specified by arguments
START and END, rather than by the position of point and mark.
The variable `tab-width' controls the spacing of tab stops." t nil)

(autoload 'tabify "tabify" "\
Convert multiple spaces in region to tabs when possible.
A group of spaces is partially replaced by tabs
when this can be done without changing the column they end at.
Called non-interactively, the region is specified by arguments
START and END, rather than by the position of point and mark.
The variable `tab-width' controls the spacing of tab stops." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (ask-user-about-supersession-threat ask-user-about-lock) "userlock" "prim/userlock.el")

(autoload 'ask-user-about-lock "userlock" "\
Ask user what to do when he wants to edit FILE but it is locked by USER.
This function has a choice of three things to do:
  do (signal 'file-locked (list FILE USER))
    to refrain from editing the file
  return t (grab the lock on the file)
  return nil (edit the file even though it is locked).
You can rewrite it to use any criterion you like to choose which one to do." nil nil)

(autoload 'ask-user-about-supersession-threat "userlock" "\
Ask a user who is about to modify an obsolete buffer what to do.
This function has two choices: it can return, in which case the modification
of the buffer will proceed, or it can (signal 'file-supersession (file)),
in which case the proposed buffer modification will not be made.

You can rewrite this to use any criterion you like to choose which one to do.
The buffer in question is current when this function is called." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (style-format) "psgml-fs" "psgml/psgml-fs.el")

(autoload 'style-format "psgml-fs" nil t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "psgml-html" "psgml/psgml-html.el")

(autoload 'html-mode "psgml-html" "\
HTML mode." t)

(autoload 'html3-mode "psgml-html" "\
HTML3 mode." t)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (sgml-mode) "psgml" "psgml/psgml.el")

(autoload 'sgml-mode "psgml" "\
Major mode for editing SGML.\\<sgml-mode-map>
Makes > display the matching <.  Makes / display matching /.
Use \\[sgml-validate] to validate your document with an SGML parser.

You can find information with:
\\[sgml-show-context]  Show the nesting of elements at cursor position.
\\[sgml-list-valid-tags]  Show the tags valid at cursor position.

Insert tags with completion of contextually valid tags with \\[sgml-insert-tag].
End the current element with \\[sgml-insert-end-tag].  Insert an element (i.e.
both start and end tag) with \\[sgml-insert-element].  Or tag a region with 
\\[sgml-tag-region]. 

To tag a region with the mouse, use transient mark mode or secondary selection.

Structure editing:
\\[sgml-backward-element]  Moves backwards over the previous element.
\\[sgml-forward-element]  Moves forward over the next element.
\\[sgml-down-element]  Move forward and down one level in the element structure.
\\[sgml-backward-up-element]  Move backward out of this element level.
\\[sgml-beginning-of-element]  Move to after the start tag of the current element.
\\[sgml-end-of-element]  Move to before the end tag of the current element.
\\[sgml-kill-element]  Kill the element following the cursor.

Finding interesting positions
\\[sgml-next-data-field]  Move forward to next point where data is allowed.
\\[sgml-next-trouble-spot]  Move forward to next point where something is 
	amiss with the structure.

Folding and unfolding
\\[sgml-fold-element]  Fold the lines comprising the current element, leaving 
	the first line visible.
\\[sgml-fold-subelement]  Fold the elements in the content of the current element.
	Leaving the first line of every element visible.
\\[sgml-unfold-line]  Show hidden lines in current line.

User options:

sgml-omittag  Set this to reflect OMITTAG in the SGML declaration.
sgml-shortag  Set this to reflect SHORTTAG in the SGML declaration.
sgml-auto-insert-required-elements  If non-nil, automatically insert required 
	elements in the content of an inserted element.
sgml-balanced-tag-edit  If non-nil, always insert start-end tag pairs.
sgml-omittag-transparent  If non-nil, will show legal tags inside elements
	with omitable start tags and legal tags beyond omitable end tags.
sgml-leave-point-after-insert  If non-nil, the point will remain after 
	inserted tag(s).
sgml-warn-about-undefined-elements  If non-nil, print a warning when a tag 
	for a undefined element is found.
sgml-max-menu-size  Max number of entries in Tags and Entities menus before
 	they are split into several panes.
sgml-always-quote-attributes  If non-nil, quote all attribute values 
	inserted after finishing edit attributes.
sgml-minimize-attributes  Determines minimization of attributes inserted by 
	edit-attributes.
sgml-normalize-trims  If non-nil, sgml-normalize will trim off white space 
	from end of element when adding end tag.
sgml-indent-step  How much to increament indent for every element level.
sgml-indent-data  If non-nil, indent in data/mixed context also.
sgml-set-face     If non-nil, psgml will set the face of parsed markup.
sgml-markup-faces The faces used when the above variable is non-nil.
sgml-system-path  List of directories used to look for system identifiers.
sgml-public-map  Mapping from public identifiers to file names.
sgml-offer-save  If non-nil, ask about saving modified buffers before
		\\[sgml-validate] is run.

All bindings:
\\{sgml-mode-map}
" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (rmail-input rmail-mode rmail) "rmail" "rmail/rmail.el")

(defvar rmail-dont-reply-to-names nil "\
*A regexp specifying names to prune of reply to messages.
A value of nil means exclude your own name only.")

(defvar rmail-default-dont-reply-to-names "info-" "\
A regular expression specifying part of the value of the default value of
the variable `rmail-dont-reply-to-names', for when the user does not set
`rmail-dont-reply-to-names' explicitly.  (The other part of the default
value is the user's name.)
It is useful to set this variable in the site customization file.")

(defvar rmail-delete-after-output nil "\
*Non-nil means automatically delete a message that is copied to a file.")

(defvar rmail-primary-inbox-list nil "\
*List of files which are inboxes for user's primary mail file `~/RMAIL'.
`nil' means the default, which is (\"/usr/spool/mail/$USER\")
\(the name varies depending on the operating system,
and the value of the environment variable MAIL overrides it).")

(defvar rmail-mail-new-frame nil "\
*Non-nil means Rmail makes a new frame for composing outgoing mail.")

(defvar rmail-retry-setup-hook nil "\
Hook that `rmail-retry-failure' uses in place of `mail-setup-hook'.")

(defvar rmail-last-file nil)

(autoload 'rmail "rmail" "\
Read and edit incoming mail.
Moves messages into file named by `rmail-file-name' (a babyl format file)
 and edits that file in RMAIL Mode.
Type \\[describe-mode] once editing that file, for a list of RMAIL commands.

May be called with filename as argument; then performs rmail editing on
that file, but does not copy any new mail into the file." t nil)

(autoload 'rmail-mode "rmail" "\
Rmail Mode is used by \\<rmail-mode-map>\\[rmail] for editing Rmail files.
All normal editing commands are turned off.
Instead, these commands are available:

\\[rmail-beginning-of-message]	Move point to front of this message (same as \\[beginning-of-buffer]).
\\[scroll-up]	Scroll to next screen of this message.
\\[scroll-down]	Scroll to previous screen of this message.
\\[rmail-next-undeleted-message]	Move to Next non-deleted message.
\\[rmail-previous-undeleted-message]	Move to Previous non-deleted message.
\\[rmail-next-message]	Move to Next message whether deleted or not.
\\[rmail-previous-message]	Move to Previous message whether deleted or not.
\\[rmail-first-message]	Move to the first message in Rmail file.
\\[rmail-last-message]	Move to the last message in Rmail file.
\\[rmail-show-message]	Jump to message specified by numeric position in file.
\\[rmail-search]	Search for string and show message it is found in.
\\[rmail-delete-forward]	Delete this message, move to next nondeleted.
\\[rmail-delete-backward]	Delete this message, move to previous nondeleted.
\\[rmail-undelete-previous-message]	Undelete message.  Tries current message, then earlier messages
	till a deleted message is found.
\\[rmail-edit-current-message]	Edit the current message.  \\[rmail-cease-edit] to return to Rmail.
\\[rmail-expunge]	Expunge deleted messages.
\\[rmail-expunge-and-save]	Expunge and save the file.
\\[rmail-quit]       Quit Rmail: expunge, save, then switch to another buffer.
\\[save-buffer] Save without expunging.
\\[rmail-get-new-mail]	Move new mail from system spool directory into this file.
\\[rmail-mail]	Mail a message (same as \\[mail-other-window]).
\\[rmail-continue]	Continue composing outgoing message started before.
\\[rmail-reply]	Reply to this message.  Like \\[rmail-mail] but initializes some fields.
\\[rmail-retry-failure]	Send this message again.  Used on a mailer failure message.
\\[rmail-forward]	Forward this message to another user.
\\[rmail-output-to-rmail-file]       Output this message to an Rmail file (append it).
\\[rmail-output]	Output this message to a Unix-format mail file (append it).
\\[rmail-input]	Input Rmail file.  Run Rmail on that file.
\\[rmail-add-label]	Add label to message.  It will be displayed in the mode line.
\\[rmail-kill-label]	Kill label.  Remove a label from current message.
\\[rmail-next-labeled-message]   Move to Next message with specified label
          (label defaults to last one specified).
          Standard labels: filed, unseen, answered, forwarded, deleted.
          Any other label is present only if you add it with \\[rmail-add-label].
\\[rmail-previous-labeled-message]   Move to Previous message with specified label
\\[rmail-summary]	Show headers buffer, with a one line summary of each message.
\\[rmail-summary-by-labels]	Summarize only messages with particular label(s).
\\[rmail-summary-by-recipients]   Summarize only messages with particular recipient(s).
\\[rmail-summary-by-regexp]   Summarize only messages with particular regexp(s).
\\[rmail-summary-by-topic]   Summarize only messages with subject line regexp(s).
\\[rmail-toggle-header]	Toggle display of complete header." t nil)

(autoload 'rmail-input "rmail" "\
Run Rmail on file FILENAME." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (rmail-file-p) "rmailout" "rmail/rmailout.el")

(autoload 'rmail-file-p "rmailout" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (unrmail batch-unrmail) "unrmail" "rmail/unrmail.el")

(autoload 'batch-unrmail "unrmail" "\
Convert Rmail files to mailbox files.
Specify the input Rmail file names as command line arguments.
For each Rmail file, the corresponding output file name
is made by adding `.mail' at the end.
For example, invoke `emacs -batch -f batch-unrmail RMAIL'." nil nil)

(autoload 'unrmail "unrmail" "\
Convert Rmail file FILE to mailbox-format file TO-FILE." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mime/editor-mode) "tm-edit" "tm/tm-edit.el")

(autoload 'mime/editor-mode "tm-edit" "\
MIME minor mode for editing the tagged MIME message.

In this mode, basically, the message is composed in the tagged MIME
format. The message tag looks like:

	--[[text/plain; charset=ISO-2022-JP][7bit]]

The tag specifies the MIME content type, subtype, optional parameters
and transfer encoding of the message following the tag. Messages
without any tag are treated as `text/plain' by default. Charset and
transfer encoding are automatically defined unless explicitly
specified. Binary messages such as audio and image are usually hidden.
The messages in the tagged MIME format are automatically translated
into a MIME compliant message when exiting this mode.

Available charsets depend on Emacs version being used. The following
lists the available charsets of each emacs.

EMACS 18:	US-ASCII is only available.
NEmacs:		US-ASCII and ISO-2022-JP are available.
EMACS 19:	US-ASCII and ISO-8859-1 (or other charset) are available.
XEmacs 19:	US-ASCII and ISO-8859-1 (or other charset) are available.
Mule:		US-ASCII, ISO-8859-* (except for ISO-8859-5), KOI8-R,
		ISO-2022-JP, ISO-2022-JP-2, ISO-2022-KR, BIG5 and
		ISO-2022-INT-1 are available.

ISO-2022-JP-2 and ISO-2022-INT-1 charsets used in mule is expected to
be used to represent multilingual text in intermixed manner. Any
languages that has no registered charset are represented as either
ISO-2022-JP-2 or ISO-2022-INT-1 in mule.

If you want to use non-ISO-8859-1 charset in EMACS 19 or XEmacs 19,
please set variable `default-mime-charset'. This variable must be
symbol of which name is a MIME charset.

If you want to add more charsets in mule, please set variable
`charsets-mime-charset-alist'. This variable must be alist of which
key is list of leading-char/charset and value is symbol of MIME
charset. (leading-char is a term of MULE 1.* and 2.*. charset is a
term of XEmacs/mule, mule merged EMACS and MULE 3.*) If name of
coding-system is different as MIME charset, please set variable
`mime-charset-coding-system-alist'. This variable must be alist of
which key is MIME charset and value is coding-system.

Following commands are available in addition to major mode commands:

[make single part]
\\[mime-editor/insert-text]	insert a text message.
\\[mime-editor/insert-file]	insert a (binary) file.
\\[mime-editor/insert-external]	insert a reference to external body.
\\[mime-editor/insert-voice]	insert a voice message.
\\[mime-editor/insert-message]	insert a mail or news message.
\\[mime-editor/insert-mail]	insert a mail message.
\\[mime-editor/insert-signature]	insert a signature file at end.
\\[mime-editor/insert-key]	insert PGP public key.
\\[mime-editor/insert-tag]	insert a new MIME tag.

[make enclosure (maybe multipart)]
\\[mime-editor/enclose-alternative-region]	enclose as multipart/alternative.
\\[mime-editor/enclose-parallel-region]	enclose as multipart/parallel.
\\[mime-editor/enclose-mixed-region]	enclose as multipart/mixed.
\\[mime-editor/enclose-digest-region]	enclose as multipart/digest.
\\[mime-editor/enclose-signed-region]	enclose as PGP signed.
\\[mime-editor/enclose-encrypted-region]	enclose as PGP encrypted.
\\[mime-editor/enclose-quote-region]	enclose as verbose mode (to avoid to expand tags)

[other commands]
\\[mime-editor/set-transfer-level-7bit]	set transfer-level as 7.
\\[mime-editor/set-transfer-level-8bit]	set transfer-level as 8.
\\[mime-editor/set-split]	set message splitting mode.
\\[mime-editor/set-sign]	set PGP-sign mode.
\\[mime-editor/set-encrypt]	set PGP-encryption mode.
\\[mime-editor/preview-message]	preview editing MIME message.
\\[mime-editor/exit]	exit and translate into a MIME compliant message.
\\[mime-editor/help]	show this help.
\\[mime-editor/maybe-translate]	exit and translate if in MIME mode, then split.

Additional commands are available in some major modes:
C-c C-c		exit, translate and run the original command.
C-c C-s		exit, translate and run the original command.

The following is a message example written in the tagged MIME format.
TABs at the beginning of the line are not a part of the message:

	This is a conventional plain text.  It should be translated
	into text/plain.
	--[[text/plain]]
	This is also a plain text.  But, it is explicitly specified as
	is.
	--[[text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1]]
	This is also a plain text.  But charset is specified as
	iso-8859-1.

	�Hola!  Buenos d�as.  �C�mo est� usted?
	--[[text/enriched]]
	This is a <bold>enriched text</bold>.
	--[[image/gif][base64]]...image encoded in base64 here...
	--[[audio/basic][base64]]...audio encoded in base64 here...

User customizable variables (not documented all of them):
 mime-prefix
    Specifies a key prefix for MIME minor mode commands.

 mime-ignore-preceding-spaces
    Preceding white spaces in a message body are ignored if non-nil.

 mime-ignore-trailing-spaces
    Trailing white spaces in a message body are ignored if non-nil.

 mime-auto-hide-body
    Hide a non-textual body message encoded in base64 after insertion
    if non-nil.

 mime-editor/transfer-level
    A number of network transfer level.  It should be bigger than 7.
    If you are in 8bit-through environment, please set 8.

 mime-editor/voice-recorder
    Specifies a function to record a voice message and encode it.
    The function `mime-editor/voice-recorder-for-sun' is for Sun
    SparcStations.

 mime/editor-mode-hook
    Turning on MIME mode calls the value of mime/editor-mode-hook, if
    it is non-nil.

 mime-editor/translate-hook
    The value of mime-editor/translate-hook is called just before translating
    the tagged MIME format into a MIME compliant message if it is
    non-nil.  If the hook call the function mime-editor/insert-signature,
    the signature file will be inserted automatically.

 mime-editor/exit-hook
    Turning off MIME mode calls the value of mime-editor/exit-hook, if it is
    non-nil." t nil)

(defalias 'edit-mime 'mime/editor-mode)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (defadvice ad-add-advice) "advice" "utils/advice.el")

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Look at the file `advice.el' for comprehensive documentation." nil 'macro)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (all-annotations annotation-list annotations-at annotations-in-region annotation-at annotationp delete-annotation make-annotation) "annotations" "utils/annotations.el")

(defvar make-annotation-hook nil "\
*Function or functions to run immediately after creating an annotation.")

(defvar before-delete-annotation-hook nil "\
*Function or functions to run immediately before deleting an annotation.")

(defvar after-delete-annotation-hook nil "\
*Function or functions to run immediately after deleting an annotation.")

(autoload 'make-annotation "annotations" "\
Create a marginal annotation, displayed using GLYPH, at position POS.
GLYPH may be either a glyph object or a string.  Use layout policy
LAYOUT and place the annotation in buffer BUFFER.  If POS is nil, point is
used.  If LAYOUT is nil, `whitespace' is used.  If BUFFER is nil, the
current buffer is used.  If WITH-EVENT is non-nil, then when an annotation
is activated, the triggering event is passed as the second arg to the
annotation function.  If D-GLYPH is non-nil then it is used as the glyph 
that will be displayed when button1 is down.  If RIGHTP is non-nil then
the glyph will be displayed on the right side of the buffer instead of the
left." nil nil)

(autoload 'delete-annotation "annotations" "\
Remove ANNOTATION from its buffer.  This does not modify the buffer text." nil nil)

(autoload 'annotationp "annotations" "\
T if OBJECT is an annotation." nil nil)

(autoload 'annotation-at "annotations" "\
Return the first annotation at POS in BUFFER.
BUFFER defaults to the current buffer.  POS defaults to point in BUFFER." nil nil)

(autoload 'annotations-in-region "annotations" "\
Return all annotations in BUFFER between START and END inclusively." nil nil)

(autoload 'annotations-at "annotations" "\
Return a list of all annotations at POS in BUFFER.
If BUFFER is nil, the current buffer is used.  If POS is nil, point is used." nil nil)

(autoload 'annotation-list "annotations" "\
Return a list of all annotations in BUFFER.
If BUFFER is nil, the current buffer is used." nil nil)

(autoload 'all-annotations "annotations" "\
Return a list of all annotations in existence." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (batch-update-autoloads update-autoloads-from-directory update-autoloads-here update-file-autoloads generate-file-autoloads) "autoload" "utils/autoload.el")

(autoload 'generate-file-autoloads "autoload" "\
Insert at point a loaddefs autoload section for FILE.
autoloads are generated for defuns and defmacros in FILE
marked by `generate-autoload-cookie' (which see).
If FILE is being visited in a buffer, the contents of the buffer
are used." t nil)

(autoload 'update-file-autoloads "autoload" "\
Update the autoloads for FILE in `generated-autoload-file'
\(which FILE might bind in its local variables)." t nil)

(autoload 'update-autoloads-here "autoload" "\
Update sections of the current buffer generated by `update-file-autoloads'." t nil)

(autoload 'update-autoloads-from-directory "autoload" "\
Update `generated-autoload-file' with all the current autoloads from DIR.
This runs `update-file-autoloads' on each .el file in DIR.
Obsolete autoload entries for files that no longer exist are deleted." t nil)

(autoload 'batch-update-autoloads "autoload" "\
Update the autoloads for the files or directories on the command line.
Runs `update-file-autoloads' on files and `update-directory-autoloads'
on directories.  Must be used only with -batch, and kills Emacs on completion.
Each file will be processed even if an error occurred previously.
For example, invoke `xemacs -batch -f batch-update-autoloads *.el'." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (browse-url-lynx-emacs browse-url-lynx-xterm browse-url-w3 browse-url-iximosaic browse-url-grail browse-url-mosaic browse-url-netscape) "browse-url" "utils/browse-url.el")

(defcustom browse-url-browser-function 'browse-url-w3 "*Function to display the current buffer in a WWW browser.\nUsed by the `browse-url-at-point', `browse-url-at-mouse', and\n`browse-url-of-file' commands." :type 'function :group 'browse-url)

(autoload 'browse-url-netscape "browse-url" "\
Ask the Netscape WWW browser to load URL.

Default to the URL around or before point.  The strings in variable
`browse-url-netscape-arguments' are also passed to Netscape.

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

When called non-interactively, optional second argument NEW-WINDOW is
used instead of browse-url-new-window-p." t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-mosaic "browse-url" "\
Ask the XMosaic WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point." t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-grail "browse-url" "\
Ask the Grail WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  Runs the program in the
variable `browse-url-grail'." t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-iximosaic "browse-url" "\
Ask the IXIMosaic WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point." t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-w3 "browse-url" "\
Ask the w3 WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point." t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-lynx-xterm "browse-url" "\
Ask the Lynx WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  A new Lynx process is run
in an Xterm window." t nil)

(autoload 'browse-url-lynx-emacs "browse-url" "\
Ask the Lynx WWW browser to load URL.
Default to the URL around or before point.  Run a new Lynx process in
an Emacs buffer." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (docref-setup) "docref" "utils/docref.el")

(autoload 'docref-setup "docref" "\
Process docref cross-references in the current buffer.
See also \\(f@docref-subst)." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (easy-menu-define) "easymenu" "utils/easymenu.el")

(autoload 'easy-menu-define "easymenu" "\
Define a menu bar submenu in maps MAPS, according to MENU.
The arguments SYMBOL and DOC are ignored; they are present for
compatibility only.  SYMBOL is not evaluated.  In other Emacs versions
these arguments may be used as a variable to hold the menu data, and a
doc string for that variable.

The first element of MENU must be a string.  It is the menu bar item name.
The rest of the elements are menu items.

A menu item is usually a vector of three elements:  [NAME CALLBACK ENABLE]

NAME is a string--the menu item name.

CALLBACK is a command to run when the item is chosen,
or a list to evaluate when the item is chosen.

ENABLE is an expression; the item is enabled for selection
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

Alternatively, a menu item may have the form: 

   [ NAME CALLBACK [ KEYWORD ARG ] ... ]

Where KEYWORD is one of the symbol defined below.

   :keys KEYS

KEYS is a string; a complex keyboard equivalent to this menu item.

   :active ENABLE

ENABLE is an expression; the item is enabled for selection
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

   :suffix NAME

NAME is a string; the name of an argument to CALLBACK.

   :style STYLE
   
STYLE is a symbol describing the type of menu item.  The following are
defined:  

toggle: A checkbox.  
        Currently just prepend the name with the string \"Toggle \".
radio: A radio button. 
nil: An ordinary menu item.

   :selected SELECTED

SELECTED is an expression; the checkbox or radio button is selected
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.
Currently just disable radio buttons, no effect on checkboxes.

A menu item can be a string.  Then that string appears in the menu as
unselectable text.  A string consisting solely of hyphens is displayed
as a solid horizontal line.

A menu item can be a list.  It is treated as a submenu.
The first element should be the submenu name.  That's used as the
menu item in the top-level menu.  The cdr of the submenu list
is a list of menu items, as above." nil 'macro)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (insert-kbd-macro format-kbd-macro kbd read-kbd-macro edit-named-kbd-macro edit-last-kbd-macro edit-kbd-macro) "edmacro" "utils/edmacro.el")

(define-key ctl-x-map "\C-k" 'edit-kbd-macro)

(defvar edmacro-eight-bits nil "\
*Non-nil if edit-kbd-macro should leave 8-bit characters intact.
Default nil means to write characters above \\177 in octal notation.")

(autoload 'edit-kbd-macro "edmacro" "\
Edit a keyboard macro.
At the prompt, type any key sequence which is bound to a keyboard macro.
Or, type `C-x e' or RET to edit the last keyboard macro, `C-h l' to edit
the last 100 keystrokes as a keyboard macro, or `M-x' to edit a macro by
its command name.
With a prefix argument, format the macro in a more concise way." t nil)

(autoload 'edit-last-kbd-macro "edmacro" "\
Edit the most recently defined keyboard macro." t nil)

(autoload 'edit-named-kbd-macro "edmacro" "\
Edit a keyboard macro which has been given a name by `name-last-kbd-macro'." t nil)

(autoload 'read-kbd-macro "edmacro" "\
Read the region as a keyboard macro definition.
The region is interpreted as spelled-out keystrokes, e.g., \"M-x abc RET\".
See documentation for `edmacro-mode' for details.
Leading/trailing \"C-x (\" and \"C-x )\" in the text are allowed and ignored.
The resulting macro is installed as the \"current\" keyboard macro.

In Lisp, may also be called with a single STRING argument in which case
the result is returned rather than being installed as the current macro.
The result will be a string if possible, otherwise an event vector.
Second argument NEED-VECTOR means to return an event vector always." t nil)

(autoload 'kbd "edmacro" "\
Convert KEYS to the internal Emacs key representation." nil 'macro)

(autoload 'format-kbd-macro "edmacro" "\
Return the keyboard macro MACRO as a human-readable string.
This string is suitable for passing to `read-kbd-macro'.
Second argument VERBOSE means to put one command per line with comments.
If VERBOSE is `1', put everything on one line.  If VERBOSE is omitted
or nil, use a compact 80-column format." nil nil)

(autoload 'insert-kbd-macro "edmacro" "\
Insert in buffer the definition of kbd macro NAME, as Lisp code.
Optional second arg KEYS means also record the keys it is on
\(this is the prefix argument, when calling interactively).

This Lisp code will, when executed, define the kbd macro with the same
definition it has now.  If you say to record the keys, the Lisp code
will also rebind those keys to the macro.  Only global key bindings
are recorded since executing this Lisp code always makes global
bindings.

To save a kbd macro, visit a file of Lisp code such as your `~/.emacs',
use this command, and then save the file." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (turn-on-eldoc-mode eldoc-mode) "eldoc" "utils/eldoc.el")

(defcustom eldoc-mode nil "*If non-nil, show the defined parameters for the elisp function near point.\n\nFor the emacs lisp function at the beginning of the sexp which point is\nwithin, show the defined parameters for the function in the echo area.\nThis information is extracted directly from the function or macro if it is\nin pure lisp.  If the emacs function is a subr, the parameters are obtained\nfrom the documentation string if possible.\n\nIf point is over a documented variable, print that variable's docstring\ninstead.\n\nThis variable is buffer-local." :type 'boolean :group 'eldoc)

(autoload 'eldoc-mode "eldoc" "\
*Enable or disable eldoc mode.
See documentation for the variable of the same name for more details.

If called interactively with no prefix argument, toggle current condition
of the mode.
If called with a positive or negative prefix argument, enable or disable
the mode, respectively." t nil)

(autoload 'turn-on-eldoc-mode "eldoc" "\
Unequivocally turn on eldoc-mode (see variable documentation)." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (elp-submit-bug-report elp-results elp-instrument-package elp-instrument-list elp-restore-function elp-instrument-function) "elp" "utils/elp.el")

(autoload 'elp-instrument-function "elp" "\
Instrument FUNSYM for profiling.
FUNSYM must be a symbol of a defined function." t nil)

(autoload 'elp-restore-function "elp" "\
Restore an instrumented function to its original definition.
Argument FUNSYM is the symbol of a defined function." t nil)

(autoload 'elp-instrument-list "elp" "\
Instrument for profiling, all functions in `elp-function-list'.
Use optional LIST if provided instead." t nil)

(autoload 'elp-instrument-package "elp" "\
Instrument for profiling, all functions which start with PREFIX.
For example, to instrument all ELP functions, do the following:

    \\[elp-instrument-package] RET elp- RET" t nil)

(autoload 'elp-results "elp" "\
Display current profiling results.
If `elp-reset-after-results' is non-nil, then current profiling
information for all instrumented functions are reset after results are
displayed." t nil)

(autoload 'elp-submit-bug-report "elp" "\
Submit via mail, a bug report on elp." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (list-colors-display facemenu-read-color list-text-properties-at facemenu-remove-special facemenu-remove-props facemenu-set-read-only facemenu-set-intangible facemenu-set-invisible facemenu-make-much-smaller facemenu-make-much-larger facemenu-make-smaller facemenu-make-larger facemenu-set-size-default facemenu-set-face-from-menu facemenu-set-background facemenu-set-foreground facemenu-set-face) "facemenu" "utils/facemenu.el")

(define-key ctl-x-map "F" 'facemenu-keymap)

(defvar facemenu-menu nil "\
Facemenu top-level menu keymap.")

(defvar facemenu-keymap (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap "Set face"))) (define-key map ?o 'facemenu-set-face) map) "\
Keymap for face-changing commands.
`Facemenu-update' fills in the keymap according to the bindings
requested in `facemenu-keybindings'.")

(autoload 'facemenu-set-face "facemenu" "\
Add FACE to the region or next character typed.
It will be added to the top of the face list; any faces lower on the list that
will not show through at all will be removed.

Interactively, the face to be used is read with the minibuffer.

If the region is active and there is no prefix argument,
this command sets the region to the requested face.

Otherwise, this command specifies the face for the next character
inserted.  Moving point or switching buffers before
typing a character to insert cancels the specification." t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-set-foreground "facemenu" "\
Set the foreground color of the region or next character typed.
The color is prompted for.  A face named `fg:color' is used (or created).
If the region is active, it will be set to the requested face.  If
it is inactive (even if mark-even-if-inactive is set) the next
character that is typed (via `self-insert-command') will be set to
the selected face.  Moving point or switching buffers before
typing a character cancels the request." t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-set-background "facemenu" "\
Set the background color of the region or next character typed.
The color is prompted for.  A face named `bg:color' is used (or created).
If the region is active, it will be set to the requested face.  If
it is inactive (even if mark-even-if-inactive is set) the next
character that is typed (via `self-insert-command') will be set to
the selected face.  Moving point or switching buffers before
typing a character cancels the request." t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-set-face-from-menu "facemenu" "\
Set the face of the region or next character typed.
This function is designed to be called from a menu; the face to use
is the menu item's name.

If the region is active and there is no prefix argument,
this command sets the region to the requested face.

Otherwise, this command specifies the face for the next character
inserted.  Moving point or switching buffers before
typing a character to insert cancels the specification." t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-set-size-default "facemenu" nil t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-make-larger "facemenu" nil t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-make-smaller "facemenu" nil t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-make-much-larger "facemenu" nil t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-make-much-smaller "facemenu" nil t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-set-invisible "facemenu" "\
Make the region invisible.
This sets the `invisible' text property; it can be undone with
`facemenu-remove-special'." t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-set-intangible "facemenu" "\
Make the region intangible: disallow moving into it.
This sets the `intangible' text property; it can be undone with
`facemenu-remove-special'." t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-set-read-only "facemenu" "\
Make the region unmodifiable.
This sets the `read-only' text property; it can be undone with
`facemenu-remove-special'." t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-remove-props "facemenu" "\
Remove all text properties that facemenu added to region." t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-remove-special "facemenu" "\
Remove all the \"special\" text properties from the region.
These special properties include `invisible', `intangible' and `read-only'." t nil)

(autoload 'list-text-properties-at "facemenu" "\
Pop up a buffer listing text-properties at LOCATION." t nil)

(autoload 'facemenu-read-color "facemenu" "\
Read a color using the minibuffer." nil nil)

(autoload 'list-colors-display "facemenu" "\
Display names of defined colors, and show what they look like.
If the optional argument LIST is non-nil, it should be a list of
colors to display.  Otherwise, this command computes a list
of colors that the current display can handle." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (floating-toolbar-from-extent-or-popup-mode-menu floating-toolbar-or-popup-mode-menu floating-toolbar) "floating-toolbar" "utils/floating-toolbar.el")

(autoload 'floating-toolbar "floating-toolbar" "\
Popup a toolbar near the current mouse position.
The toolbar instantiator used is taken from the 'floating-toolbar
property of any extent under the mouse.  If no such non-nil
property exists for any extent under the mouse, then the value of the
variable `floating-toolbar' is checked.  If its value si nil, then
no toolbar will be displayed.

This command should be bound to a button press event.

When called from a program, first arg EVENT should be the button
press event.  Optional second arg EXTENT-LOCAL-ONLY specifies
that only extent local toolbars should be used; this means the
`floating-toolbar' variable will not be consulted." t nil)

(autoload 'floating-toolbar-or-popup-mode-menu "floating-toolbar" "\
Like floating-toolbar, but if no toolbar is displayed
run popup-mode-menu." t nil)

(autoload 'floating-toolbar-from-extent-or-popup-mode-menu "floating-toolbar" "\
Like floating-toolbar-or-popup-mode-menu, but search only for an
extent local toolbar." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (enable-flow-control-on enable-flow-control) "flow-ctrl" "utils/flow-ctrl.el")

(autoload 'enable-flow-control "flow-ctrl" "\
Toggle flow control handling.
When handling is enabled, user can type C-s as C-\\, and C-q as C-^.
With arg, enable flow control mode if arg is positive, otherwise disable." t nil)

(autoload 'enable-flow-control-on "flow-ctrl" "\
Enable flow control if using one of a specified set of terminal types.
Use `(enable-flow-control-on \"vt100\" \"h19\")' to enable flow control
on VT-100 and H19 terminals.  When flow control is enabled,
you must type C-\\ to get the effect of a C-s, and type C-^
to get the effect of a C-q.

This function has no effect unless the current device is a tty.

The tty terminal type is determined from the TERM environment variable.
Trailing hyphens and everything following is stripped, so a TERM
value of \"vt100-nam\" is treated the same as \"vt100\"." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (forms-find-file-other-window forms-find-file forms-mode) "forms" "utils/forms.el")

(autoload 'forms-mode "forms" "\
Major mode to visit files in a field-structured manner using a form.

Commands:                        Equivalent keys in read-only mode:
 TAB            forms-next-field          TAB
 \\C-c TAB       forms-next-field          
 \\C-c <         forms-first-record         <
 \\C-c >         forms-last-record          >
 \\C-c ?         describe-mode              ?
 \\C-c \\C-k      forms-delete-record
 \\C-c \\C-q      forms-toggle-read-only     q
 \\C-c \\C-o      forms-insert-record
 \\C-c \\C-l      forms-jump-record          l
 \\C-c \\C-n      forms-next-record          n
 \\C-c \\C-p      forms-prev-record          p
 \\C-c \\C-r      forms-search-backward      r
 \\C-c \\C-s      forms-search-forward       s
 \\C-c \\C-x      forms-exit                 x
" t nil)

(autoload 'forms-find-file "forms" "\
Visit a file in Forms mode." t nil)

(autoload 'forms-find-file-other-window "forms" "\
Visit a file in Forms mode in other window." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (highlight-headers-follow-url highlight-headers-follow-url-mosaic highlight-headers-follow-url-netscape highlight-headers) "highlight-headers" "utils/highlight-headers.el")

(autoload 'highlight-headers "highlight-headers" "\
Highlight message headers between start and end.
Faces used:
  message-headers			the part before the colon
  message-header-contents		the part after the colon
  message-highlighted-header-contents	contents of \"special\" headers
  message-cited-text			quoted text from other messages

Variables used:

  highlight-headers-regexp			what makes a \"special\" header
  highlight-headers-citation-regexp		matches lines of quoted text
  highlight-headers-citation-header-regexp	matches headers for quoted text

If HACK-SIG is true,then we search backward from END for something that
looks like the beginning of a signature block, and don't consider that a
part of the message (this is because signatures are often incorrectly
interpreted as cited text.)" nil nil)

(autoload 'highlight-headers-follow-url-netscape "highlight-headers" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'highlight-headers-follow-url-mosaic "highlight-headers" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'highlight-headers-follow-url "highlight-headers" nil t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (id-select-double-click-hook id-select-and-kill-thing id-select-and-copy-thing id-select-goto-matching-tag id-select-thing-with-mouse id-select-thing) "id-select" "utils/id-select.el")

(autoload 'id-select-thing "id-select" "\
Mark the region selected by the syntax of the thing at point.
If invoked repeatedly, selects bigger and bigger things.
If `id-select-display-type' is non-nil, the type of selection is displayed in
the minibuffer." t nil)

(autoload 'id-select-thing-with-mouse "id-select" "\
Select a region based on the syntax of the character from a mouse click.
If the click occurs at the same point as the last click, select
the next larger syntactic structure.  If `id-select-display-type' is non-nil,
the type of selection is displayed in the minibuffer." t nil)

(autoload 'id-select-goto-matching-tag "id-select" "\
If in a major mode listed in `id-select-markup-modes,' moves point to the start of the tag paired with the closest tag that point is within or precedes.
Returns t if point is moved, else nil.
Signals an error if no tag is found following point or if the closing tag
does not have a `>' terminator character." t nil)

(autoload 'id-select-and-copy-thing "id-select" "\
Copy the region surrounding the syntactical unit at point." t nil)

(autoload 'id-select-and-kill-thing "id-select" "\
Kill the region surrounding the syntactical unit at point." t nil)

(autoload 'id-select-double-click-hook "id-select" "\
Select a region based on the syntax of the character wherever the mouse is double-clicked.
If the double-click occurs at the same point as the last double-click, select
the next larger syntactic structure.  If `id-select-display-type' is non-nil,
the type of selection is displayed in the minibuffer." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (unload-feature) "loadhist" "utils/loadhist.el")

(autoload 'unload-feature "loadhist" "\
Unload the library that provided FEATURE, restoring all its autoloads.
If the feature is required by any other loaded code, and optional FORCE
is nil, raise an error." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (what-domain mail-extract-address-components) "mail-extr" "utils/mail-extr.el")

(autoload 'mail-extract-address-components "mail-extr" "\
Given an RFC-822 ADDRESS, extract full name and canonical address.
Returns a list of the form (FULL-NAME CANONICAL-ADDRESS).
If no name can be extracted, FULL-NAME will be nil.
ADDRESS may be a string or a buffer.  If it is a buffer, the visible 
 (narrowed) portion of the buffer will be interpreted as the address.
 (This feature exists so that the clever caller might be able to avoid
 consing a string.)
If ADDRESS contains more than one RFC-822 address, only the first is
 returned.  Some day this function may be extended to extract multiple
 addresses, or perhaps return the position at which parsing stopped." nil nil)

(autoload 'what-domain "mail-extr" "\
Prompts for a mail domain, and prints the country it corresponds to
in the minibuffer." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (mail-fetch-field mail-file-babyl-p) "mail-utils" "utils/mail-utils.el")

(defvar mail-use-rfc822 nil "\
*If non-nil, use a full, hairy RFC822 parser on mail addresses.
Otherwise, (the default) use a smaller, somewhat faster, and
often correct parser.")

(autoload 'mail-file-babyl-p "mail-utils" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'mail-fetch-field "mail-utils" "\
Return the value of the header field FIELD-NAME.
The buffer is expected to be narrowed to just the headers of the message.
If second arg LAST is non-nil, use the last such field if there are several.
If third arg ALL is non-nil, concatenate all such fields with commas between." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (read-passwd) "passwd" "utils/passwd.el")

(autoload 'read-passwd "passwd" "\
Prompts for a password in the minibuffer, and returns it as a string.
If PROMPT may be a prompt string or an alist of elements 
'(prompt . default).
If optional arg CONFIRM is true, then ask the user to type the password
again to confirm that they typed it correctly.
If optional arg DEFAULT is provided, then it is a string to insert as
the default choice (it is not, of course, displayed.)

If running under X, the keyboard will be grabbed (with XGrabKeyboard())
to reduce the possibility that eavesdropping is occuring.

When reading a password, all keys self-insert, except for:
\\<read-passwd-map>
	\\[read-passwd-erase-line]	Erase the entire line.
	\\[quoted-insert]	Insert the next character literally.
	\\[delete-backward-char]	Delete the previous character.
	\\[exit-minibuffer]	Accept what you have typed.
	\\[keyboard-quit]	Abort the command.

The returned value is always a newly-created string.  No additional copies
of the password remain after this function has returned.

NOTE: unless great care is taken, the typed password will exist in plaintext
form in the running image for an arbitrarily long time.  Priveleged users may
be able to extract it from memory.  If emacs crashes, it may appear in the
resultant core file.

Some steps you can take to prevent the password from being copied around:

 - as soon as you are done with the returned string, destroy it with
   (fillarray string 0).  The same goes for any default passwords
   or password histories.

 - do not copy the string, as with concat or substring - if you do, be
   sure to keep track of and destroy all copies.

 - do not insert the password into a buffer - if you do, be sure to 
   overwrite the buffer text before killing it, as with the functions 
   `passwd-erase-buffer' or `passwd-kill-buffer'.  Note that deleting
   the text from the buffer does NOT necessarily remove the text from
   memory.

 - be careful of the undo history - if you insert the password into a 
   buffer which has undo recording turned on, the password will be 
   copied onto the undo list, and thus recoverable.

 - do not pass it as an argument to a shell command - anyone will be
   able to see it if they run `ps' at the right time.

Note that the password will be temporarily recoverable with the `view-lossage'
command.  This data will not be overwritten until another hundred or so 
characters are typed.  There's not currently a way around this." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (pp-eval-last-sexp pp-eval-expression pp) "pp" "utils/pp.el")

(defalias 'pprint 'pp)

(autoload 'pp "pp" "\
Output the pretty-printed representation of OBJECT, any Lisp object.
Quoting characters are printed when needed to make output that `read'
can handle, whenever this is possible.
Output stream is STREAM, or value of `standard-output' (which see)." nil nil)

(autoload 'pp-eval-expression "pp" "\
Evaluate EXPRESSION and pretty-print value into a new display buffer.
If the pretty-printed value fits on one line, the message line is used
instead.  Value is also consed on to front of variable  values 's
value." t nil)

(autoload 'pp-eval-last-sexp "pp" "\
Run `pp-eval-expression' on sexp before point (which see).
With argument, pretty-print output into current buffer.
Ignores leading comment characters." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (prettyexpand-all-sexp prettyexpand-sexp macroexpand-all-sexp macroexpand-sexp pp-plist pp-variable pp-function) "pretty-print" "utils/pretty-print.el")

(autoload 'pp-function "pretty-print" "\
Pretty print the function definition of SYMBOL in a separate buffer" t nil)

(autoload 'pp-variable "pretty-print" "\
Pretty print the variable value of SYMBOL in a separate buffer" t nil)

(autoload 'pp-plist "pretty-print" "\
Pretty print the property list of SYMBOL in a separate buffer" t nil)

(autoload 'macroexpand-sexp "pretty-print" "\
Macro expand the sexpression following point. Pretty print expansion in a
temporary buffer. With prefix argument, replace the original
sexpression by its expansion in the current buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'macroexpand-all-sexp "pretty-print" "\
Macro expand recursively the sexpression following point. Pretty print
expansion in a temporary buffer. With prefix argument, replace the
original sexpression by its expansion in the current buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'prettyexpand-sexp "pretty-print" "\
Macro expand the sexpression following point. Pretty print expansion
in a temporary buffer. With prefix argument, replace the original
sexpression by its expansion in the current buffer.  
	However, calls to macros specified in the variable
`pp-shadow-expansion-list' are not expanded, in order to make the code
look nicer." t nil)

(autoload 'prettyexpand-all-sexp "pretty-print" "\
Macro expand recursively the sexpression following point. Pretty print
expansion in a temporary buffer. With prefix argument, replace the
original sexpression by its expansion in the current buffer.
	However, calls to macros specified in the variable
`pp-shadow-expansion-list' are not expanded, in order to make the code
look nicer." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (reporter-submit-bug-report) "reporter" "utils/reporter.el")

(autoload 'reporter-submit-bug-report "reporter" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (make-ring ringp) "ring" "utils/ring.el")

(autoload 'ringp "ring" "\
Returns t if X is a ring; nil otherwise." nil nil)

(define-obsolete-function-alias 'ring-p 'ringp)

(autoload 'make-ring "ring" "\
Make a ring that can contain SIZE elements." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (skeleton-pair-insert-maybe skeleton-insert skeleton-proxy skeleton-proxy-new define-skeleton) "skeleton" "utils/skeleton.el")

(defvar skeleton-filter 'identity "\
Function for transforming a skeleton proxy's aliases' variable value.")

(autoload 'define-skeleton "skeleton" "\
Define a user-configurable COMMAND that enters a statement skeleton.
DOCUMENTATION is that of the command, while the variable of the same name,
which contains the skeleton, has a documentation to that effect.
INTERACTOR and ELEMENT ... are as defined under `skeleton-insert'." nil 'macro)

(autoload 'skeleton-proxy-new "skeleton" "\
Insert skeleton defined by variable of same name (see `skeleton-insert').
Prefix ARG allows wrapping around words or regions (see `skeleton-insert').
If no ARG was given, but the region is visible, ARG defaults to -1 depending
on `skeleton-autowrap'.  An ARG of  M-0  will prevent this just for once.
This command can also be an abbrev expansion (3rd and 4th columns in
\\[edit-abbrevs]  buffer: \"\"  command-name).
 
When called as a function, optional first argument STR may also be a string
which will be the value of `str' whereas the skeleton's interactor is then
ignored." t nil)

(autoload 'skeleton-proxy "skeleton" "\
Insert skeleton defined by variable of same name (see `skeleton-insert').
Prefix ARG allows wrapping around words or regions (see `skeleton-insert').
If no ARG was given, but the region is visible, ARG defaults to -1 depending
on `skeleton-autowrap'.  An ARG of  M-0  will prevent this just for once.
This command can also be an abbrev expansion (3rd and 4th columns in
\\[edit-abbrevs]  buffer: \"\"  command-name).

When called as a function, optional first argument STR may also be a string
which will be the value of `str' whereas the skeleton's interactor is then
ignored." t nil)

(autoload 'skeleton-insert "skeleton" "\
Insert the complex statement skeleton SKELETON describes very concisely.

With optional third REGIONS wrap first interesting point (`_') in skeleton
around next REGIONS words, if REGIONS is positive.  If REGIONS is negative,
wrap REGIONS preceding interregions into first REGIONS interesting positions
\(successive `_'s) in skeleton.  An interregion is the stretch of text between
two contiguous marked points.  If you marked A B C [] (where [] is the cursor)
in alphabetical order, the 3 interregions are simply the last 3 regions.  But
if you marked B A [] C, the interregions are B-A, A-[], []-C.

Optional fourth STR is the value for the variable `str' within the skeleton.
When this is non-`nil' the interactor gets ignored, and this should be a valid
skeleton element.

SKELETON is made up as (INTERACTOR ELEMENT ...).  INTERACTOR may be nil if
not needed, a prompt-string or an expression for complex read functions.

If ELEMENT is a string or a character it gets inserted (see also
`skeleton-transformation').  Other possibilities are:

	\\n	go to next line and indent according to mode
	_	interesting point, interregion here, point after termination
	>	indent line (or interregion if > _) according to major mode
	&	do next ELEMENT if previous moved point
	|	do next ELEMENT if previous didn't move point
	-num	delete num preceding characters (see `skeleton-untabify')
	resume:	skipped, continue here if quit is signaled
	nil	skipped

Further elements can be defined via `skeleton-further-elements'.  ELEMENT may
itself be a SKELETON with an INTERACTOR.  The user is prompted repeatedly for
different inputs.  The SKELETON is processed as often as the user enters a
non-empty string.  \\[keyboard-quit] terminates skeleton insertion, but
continues after `resume:' and positions at `_' if any.  If INTERACTOR in such
a subskeleton is a prompt-string which contains a \".. %s ..\" it is
formatted with `skeleton-subprompt'.  Such an INTERACTOR may also a list of
strings with the subskeleton being repeated once for each string.

Quoted Lisp expressions are evaluated evaluated for their side-effect.
Other Lisp expressions are evaluated and the value treated as above.
Note that expressions may not return `t' since this implies an
endless loop.  Modes can define other symbols by locally setting them
to any valid skeleton element.  The following local variables are
available:

	str	first time: read a string according to INTERACTOR
		then: insert previously read string once more
	help	help-form during interaction with the user or `nil'
	input	initial input (string or cons with index) while reading str
	v1, v2	local variables for memorizing anything you want

When done with skeleton, but before going back to `_'-point call
`skeleton-end-hook' if that is non-`nil'." nil nil)

(autoload 'skeleton-pair-insert-maybe "skeleton" "\
Insert the character you type ARG times.

With no ARG, if `skeleton-pair' is non-nil, pairing can occur.  If the region
is visible the pair is wrapped around it depending on `skeleton-autowrap'.
Else, if `skeleton-pair-on-word' is non-nil or we are not before or inside a
word, and if `skeleton-pair-filter' returns nil, pairing is performed.

If a match is found in `skeleton-pair-alist', that is inserted, else
the defaults are used.  These are (), [], {}, <> and `' for the
symmetrical ones, and the same character twice for the others." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (speedbar-frame-mode) "speedbar" "utils/speedbar.el")

(autoload 'speedbar-frame-mode "speedbar" "\
Enable or disable use of a speedbar.  Positive number means turn
on, negative turns speedbar off, and nil means toggle.  Once the
speedbar frame is activated, a buffer in `speedbar-mode' will be
displayed.  Currently, only one speedbar is supported at a time." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads nil "timezone" "utils/timezone.el")

(define-error 'invalid-date "Invalid date string")

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (tq-create) "tq" "utils/tq.el")

(autoload 'tq-create "tq" "\
Create and return a transaction queue communicating with PROCESS.
PROCESS should be a subprocess capable of sending and receiving
streams of bytes.  It may be a local process, or it may be connected
to a tcp server on another machine." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (trace-function-background trace-function) "trace" "utils/trace.el")

(defvar trace-buffer "*trace-output*" "\
*Trace output will by default go to that buffer.")

(autoload 'trace-function "trace" "\
Traces FUNCTION with trace output going to BUFFER.
For every call of FUNCTION Lisp-style trace messages that display argument
and return values will be inserted into BUFFER. This function generates the
trace advice for FUNCTION and activates it together with any other advice
there might be!! The trace BUFFER will popup whenever FUNCTION is called.
Do not use this to trace functions that switch buffers or do any other
display oriented stuff, use `trace-function-background' instead." t nil)

(autoload 'trace-function-background "trace" "\
Traces FUNCTION with trace output going quietly to BUFFER.
For every call of FUNCTION Lisp-style trace messages that display argument
and return values will be inserted into BUFFER. This function generates the
trace advice for FUNCTION and activates it together with any other advice
there might be!! Trace output will quietly go to BUFFER without changing
the window or buffer configuration at all." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (xbm-button-create) "xbm-button" "utils/xbm-button.el")

(autoload 'xbm-button-create "xbm-button" "\
Returns a list of XBM image instantiators for a button displaying TEXT.
The list is of the form
   (UP DOWN DISABLED)
where UP, DOWN, and DISABLED are the up, down and disabled image
instantiators for the button.

BORDER-THICKNESS specifies how many pixels should be used for the
borders on the edges of the buttons.  It should be a positive integer,
or 0 to mean no border." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (xpm-button-create) "xpm-button" "utils/xpm-button.el")

(autoload 'xpm-button-create "xpm-button" "\
Returns a list of XPM image instantiators for a button displaying TEXT.
The list is of the form
   (UP DOWN DISABLED)
where UP, DOWN, and DISABLED are the up, down and disabled image
instantiators for the button.

SHADOW-THICKNESS specifies how many pixels should be used for the
shadows on the edges of the buttons.  It should be a positive integer,
or 0 to mean no shadows on the edges.
FG-COLOR is the color used to display the text.  It should be a string.
BG-COLOR is the background color the text will be displayed upon.
It should be a string." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (viper-mode) "viper" "viper/viper.el")

(autoload 'viper-mode "viper" "\
Turn on Viper emulation of Vi." t nil)

(defalias 'vip-mode 'viper-mode)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (vm-easy-menu-create-keymaps vm-easy-menu-define) "vm-easymenu" "vm/vm-easymenu.el")

(autoload 'vm-easy-menu-define "vm-easymenu" "\
Define a menu bar submenu in maps MAPS, according to MENU.
The menu keymap is stored in symbol SYMBOL, both as its value
and as its function definition.   DOC is used as the doc string for SYMBOL.

The first element of MENU must be a string.  It is the menu bar item name.
The rest of the elements are menu items.

A menu item is usually a vector of three elements:  [NAME CALLBACK ENABLE]

NAME is a string--the menu item name.

CALLBACK is a command to run when the item is chosen,
or a list to evaluate when the item is chosen.

ENABLE is an expression; the item is enabled for selection
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

Alternatively, a menu item may have the form: 

   [ NAME CALLBACK [ KEYWORD ARG ] ... ]

Where KEYWORD is one of the symbol defined below.

   :keys KEYS

KEYS is a string; a complex keyboard equivalent to this menu item.
This is normally not needed because keyboard equivalents are usually
computed automatically.

   :active ENABLE

ENABLE is an expression; the item is enabled for selection
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.

   :suffix NAME

NAME is a string; the name of an argument to CALLBACK.

   :style 
   
STYLE is a symbol describing the type of menu item.  The following are
defined:  

toggle: A checkbox.  
        Currently just prepend the name with the string \"Toggle \".
radio: A radio button. 
nil: An ordinary menu item.

   :selected SELECTED

SELECTED is an expression; the checkbox or radio button is selected
whenever this expression's value is non-nil.
Currently just disable radio buttons, no effect on checkboxes.

A menu item can be a string.  Then that string appears in the menu as
unselectable text.  A string consisting solely of hyphens is displayed
as a solid horizontal line.

A menu item can be a list.  It is treated as a submenu.
The first element should be the submenu name.  That's used as the
menu item in the top-level menu.  The cdr of the submenu list
is a list of menu items, as above." nil 'macro)

(autoload 'vm-easy-menu-create-keymaps "vm-easymenu" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (x-font-build-cache font-default-size-for-device font-default-encoding-for-device font-default-registry-for-device font-default-family-for-device font-default-object-for-device font-default-font-for-device font-create-object) "font" "w3/font.el")

(autoload 'font-create-object "font" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'font-default-font-for-device "font" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'font-default-object-for-device "font" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'font-default-family-for-device "font" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'font-default-registry-for-device "font" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'font-default-encoding-for-device "font" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'font-default-size-for-device "font" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'x-font-build-cache "font" nil nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (url-cache-expired url-cache-extract url-is-cached url-store-in-cache) "url-cache" "w3/url-cache.el")

(autoload 'url-store-in-cache "url-cache" "\
Store buffer BUFF in the cache" nil nil)

(autoload 'url-is-cached "url-cache" "\
Return non-nil if the URL is cached." nil nil)

(autoload 'url-cache-extract "url-cache" "\
Extract FNAM from the local disk cache" nil nil)

(autoload 'url-cache-expired "url-cache" "\
Return t iff a cached file has expired." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (url-gateway-nslookup-host) "url-gw" "w3/url-gw.el")

(autoload 'url-gateway-nslookup-host "url-gw" "\
Attempt to resolve the given HOSTNAME using nslookup if possible." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (url-retrieve url-popup-info url-get-url-at-point url-buffer-visiting url-normalize-url url-file-attributes) "url" "w3/url.el")

(autoload 'url-file-attributes "url" "\
Return a list of attributes of URL.
Value is nil if specified file cannot be opened.
Otherwise, list elements are:
 0. t for directory, string (name linked to) for symbolic link, or nil.
 1. Number of links to file.
 2. File uid.
 3. File gid.
 4. Last access time, as a list of two integers.
  First integer has high-order 16 bits of time, second has low 16 bits.
 5. Last modification time, likewise.
 6. Last status change time, likewise.
 7. Size in bytes. (-1, if number is out of range).
 8. File modes, as a string of ten letters or dashes as in ls -l.
    If URL is on an http server, this will return the content-type if possible.
 9. t iff file's gid would change if file were deleted and recreated.
10. inode number.
11. Device number.

If file does not exist, returns nil." nil nil)

(autoload 'url-normalize-url "url" "\
Return a 'normalized' version of URL.  This strips out default port
numbers, etc." nil nil)

(autoload 'url-buffer-visiting "url" "\
Return the name of a buffer (if any) that is visiting URL." nil nil)

(autoload 'url-get-url-at-point "url" "\
Get the URL closest to point, but don't change your
position. Has a preference for looking backward when not
directly on a symbol." nil nil)

(autoload 'url-popup-info "url" "\
Retrieve the HTTP/1.0 headers and display them in a temp buffer." nil nil)

(autoload 'url-retrieve "url" "\
Retrieve a document over the World Wide Web.
The document should be specified by its fully specified
Uniform Resource Locator.  No parsing is done, just return the
document as the server sent it.  The document is left in the
buffer specified by url-working-buffer.  url-working-buffer is killed
immediately before starting the transfer, so that no buffer-local
variables interfere with the retrieval.  HTTP/1.0 redirection will
be honored before this function exits." nil nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (w3-hotlist-add-document w3-use-hotlist w3-hotlist-append w3-hotlist-rename-entry w3-hotlist-delete) "w3-hot" "w3/w3-hot.el")

(autoload 'w3-hotlist-delete "w3-hot" "\
Deletes a document from your hotlist file" t nil)

(autoload 'w3-hotlist-rename-entry "w3-hot" "\
Rename a hotlist item" t nil)

(autoload 'w3-hotlist-append "w3-hot" "\
Append a hotlist to the one in memory" t nil)

(autoload 'w3-use-hotlist "w3-hot" "\
Possibly go to a link in your W3/Mosaic hotlist.
This is part of the emacs World Wide Web browser.  It will prompt for
one of the items in your 'hotlist'.  A hotlist is a list of often
visited or interesting items you have found on the World Wide Web." t nil)

(autoload 'w3-hotlist-add-document "w3-hot" "\
Add this documents url to the hotlist" t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (w3-follow-link w3-follow-link-other-frame w3-do-setup w3 w3-preview-this-buffer w3-follow-url-at-point w3-follow-url-at-point-other-frame w3-maybe-follow-link w3-maybe-follow-link-mouse w3-fetch w3-fetch-other-frame w3-find-file w3-open-local) "w3" "w3/w3.el")

(autoload 'w3-open-local "w3" "\
Find a local file, and interpret it as a hypertext document.
It will prompt for an existing file or directory, and retrieve it as a
hypertext document." t nil)

(autoload 'w3-find-file "w3" "\
Find a local file, and interpret it as a hypertext document.
It will prompt for an existing file or directory, and retrieve it as a
hypertext document." t nil)

(autoload 'w3-fetch-other-frame "w3" "\
Attempt to follow the hypertext reference under point in a new frame.
With prefix-arg P, ignore viewers and dump the link straight
to disk." t nil)

(autoload 'w3-fetch "w3" "\
Retrieve a document over the World Wide Web.
Defaults to URL of the current document, if any.
With prefix argument, use the URL of the hyperlink under point instead." t nil)

(autoload 'w3-maybe-follow-link-mouse "w3" "\
Maybe follow a hypertext link under point.
If there is no link under point, this will try using
url-get-url-at-point" t nil)

(autoload 'w3-maybe-follow-link "w3" "\
Maybe follow a hypertext link under point.
If there is no link under point, this will try using
url-get-url-at-point" t nil)

(autoload 'w3-follow-url-at-point-other-frame "w3" "\
Follow the URL under PT, defaults to link under (point)" t nil)

(autoload 'w3-follow-url-at-point "w3" "\
Follow the URL under PT, defaults to link under (point)" t nil)

(autoload 'w3-preview-this-buffer "w3" "\
See what this buffer will look like when its formatted as HTML.
HTML is the HyperText Markup Language used by the World Wide Web to
specify formatting for text.  More information on HTML can be found at
ftp.w3.org:/pub/www/doc." t nil)

(autoload 'w3 "w3" "\
Retrieve the default World Wide Web home page.
The World Wide Web is a global hypertext system started by CERN in
Switzerland in 1991.

The home page is specified by the variable w3-default-homepage.  The
document should be specified by its fully specified Uniform Resource
Locator.  The document will be parsed as HTML (if appropriate) and
displayed in a new buffer." t nil)

(autoload 'w3-do-setup "w3" "\
Do setup - this is to avoid conflict with user settings when W3 is
dumped with emacs." nil nil)

(autoload 'w3-follow-link-other-frame "w3" "\
Attempt to follow the hypertext reference under point in a new frame.
With prefix-arg P, ignore viewers and dump the link straight
to disk." nil nil)

(autoload 'w3-follow-link "w3" "\
Attempt to follow the hypertext reference under point.
With prefix-arg P, ignore viewers and dump the link straight
to disk." t nil)

;;;***

;;;### (autoloads (font-menu-weight-constructor font-menu-size-constructor font-menu-family-constructor reset-device-font-menus) "x-font-menu" "x11/x-font-menu.el")

(defvar font-menu-ignore-scaled-fonts t "\
*If non-nil, then the font menu will try to show only bitmap fonts.")

(defvar font-menu-this-frame-only-p nil "\
*If non-nil, then changing the default font from the font menu will only
affect one frame instead of all frames.")

(fset 'install-font-menus 'reset-device-font-menus)

(autoload 'reset-device-font-menus "x-font-menu" "\
Generates the `Font', `Size', and `Weight' submenus for the Options menu.
This is run the first time that a font-menu is needed for each device.
If you don't like the lazy invocation of this function, you can add it to
`create-device-hook' and that will make the font menus respond more quickly
when they are selected for the first time.  If you add fonts to your system, 
or if you change your font path, you can call this to re-initialize the menus." nil nil)

(autoload 'font-menu-family-constructor "x-font-menu" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'font-menu-size-constructor "x-font-menu" nil nil nil)

(autoload 'font-menu-weight-constructor "x-font-menu" nil nil nil)

;;;***