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%title%
XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released
%author%
automatically generated (with release announcement) by xre.py
%main%
          <h1><a name="announcement">XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released</a></h1>
          <p>goto announcement,
            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>
          <pre xml:space="preserve">
To: xemacs-beta@xemacs.org
From: "Stephen J. Turnbull, XEmacs 21.5 Beta Engineer" &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;
Subject: XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.
Organization: The XEmacs Project



*          XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.
      "habanero" is the thirty-third in the VEGETABLE series.


The successor to XEmacs 21.5.31 "ginger", "habanero" adds support for Mac
OS X Lion and Mountain Lion, new 'foreback and 'shrink properties for
faces by Didier Verna, and a large number of Common Lisp features by
Aidan Kehoe such as true multiple values.  Two rare crashes were
fixed.  A large number of minor improvements, GNU syncs, and bug fixes
were contributed by several developers and users.


This is the development line.  The current series started with XEmacs
21.5.0 (an alias for XEmacs 21.4.0 "Solid Vapor", the first release in
the current stable line).  21.5 is the code base for introduction of
major new subsystems and fixes to design bugs that experience shows will
introduce instability.  So far the main effort has been on improved
support for Unicode, updates to the build infrastructure, and development
of new features in memory allocation.

For general information about XEmacs, the developers, and the user
community, see our home page,

		       http://www.xemacs.org/

* XEmacs 21.5.32 is "beta" software. 

The usual "no warranty" disclaimer (see etc/COPYING, sections 10 and 11)
applies.  At this point in time, it is the version that most developers
are using for their daily work.  However, it is certain that many bugs
remain and new ones will be introduced as development proceeds.  Be sure
to take care to safe your work often and follow a regular backup regime.

* Availability

Anonymous ftp:

             ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/xemacs-21.5

See http://www.xemacs.org/Install/ for more information about building
from source.

If you already have a 21.5.31 source tree, a patchkit is available in
xemacs-21.5.31-21.5.32.patch.gz.  This does not update .elcs or .infos.
They will be rebuilt when you make XEmacs.  If you have an earlier
version, you can repeatedly apply patchkits.

Also, if you don't have the packages yet, see

        http://www.xemacs.org/Documentation/packageGuide.html.

Mercurial repository:

              http://hg.debian.org/hg/xemacs/xemacs-beta

This is a read-only Mercurial repository.  To check out XEmacs 21.5.32,
use the command

    hg clone %(releaseSpec) http://hg.debian.org/hg/xemacs/xemacs-beta

to create a new Mercurial workspace, or

                        hg pull -u %(releaseSpec)

if you already have a local workspace from Mercurial.  To update to the
most recent commits to the official repository, use

                            hg pull -u tip

For more details, see

             http://www.xemacs.org/Develop/hgaccess.html .

</pre>

    <h1><a name="summary">Changes</a> in XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero"</h1>
    <p>goto <a href="#announcement">announcement</a>, summary,
      <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>

    <h2># DO NOT PUT A VERSION MARKER HERE, ADDED AT RELEASE</h2>

    <h2>Major Features, Bugfixes, and Backward Incompatible Changes</h2>

    <ul>
      <li>
        Fix: Prevent SIGPIPEs in deactivate_process(). (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Prevent assert at frame.c, l. 6311. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>

    </ul>

    <h2>User-Visible Bug Fixes and Improvements</h2>

    <ul>
      <li>
        Fix: 'most-positive-fixnum-on-32-bit-machines value. (<em>Aidan Kehoe, Raymond Toy</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Bug where syntax cache overruns restriction. (<em>Stephen Turnbull, Alan Mackenzie</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Don't initialize bit 7 as meta if native coding system uses that bit. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Handling of face background values. (<em>Vin Shelton, Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Determine terminal type dynamically, not from TERM envvar. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Implement printing of circular structures readably. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: 'foreback property for faces. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: 'shrink property for faces. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Custom group "view". (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>

    </ul>

    <h2>Build Infrastructure and Source Tree</h2>

    <ul>
      <li>
        Fix: CPP error breaking build on OpenBSD/NetBSD. (<em>Aidan Kehoe, Adam Sjøgren</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Creation of etc/dbxrc and src/.dbxrc. (<em>Marcus Crestani</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Disable ASLR on Mac OS X Lion &amp; Mountain Lion (breaks pdump). (<em>Marcus Crestani, Stephen Turnbull, Robert Royer</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Printing of Lisp_Object types in dbxrc. (<em>Marcus Crestani</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Use libraries in /usr/lib/w32api on Cygwin. (<em>jeff</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Workaround link problem in pdump.  (<em>Stephen Turnbull, Hans de Graaf, Marcus Crestani</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: configure detection of VDB_POSIX vs. VDB_MACH. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Move dbxrc.in (back?) to ./src. (<em>Marcus Crestani</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Prefer dlopen() to dyld() in configure on Mac OS X. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor check for Xaw3d. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove unused include of process.h from Cygwin. (<em>Vin Shelton</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: gnuclient to fall back to /tmp to search for socket. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Support DESTDIR. (<em>Jerry James</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Support building texinfo.info in native builds. (<em>Vin Shelton</em>)
      </li>

    </ul>

    <h2>Documentation</h2>

    <ul>
      <li>
        Fix: #'eq-hash docstring. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Comment in #'byte-compile-funcall. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Comment typo. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Comments in fns.c. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Correct usage of the term "special operator" in manuals. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Docstrings of #'posix-charset-to-coding-system-hash, load-time-value. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Document change of location of packages from lib/ to share/. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Typos. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Docstrings in syntax.c. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Document a reasonable approach to improving #'symbol-macrolet. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Emphasize #'labels of #'flet in CL manual. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Make describe-function-1 mention whether byte-compiled functions are built-in. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Update versions numbers for libs in config.inc.samp. (<em>Vin Shelton</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Use ISO-IR-196 sequences to encode Unicode in HELLO. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Comment re: background pixmaps in faces.c, cache coherency in glyphs.c. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Docstring for #'cl-transform-lambda. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Document Mercurial techniques in Internals manual. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Internals documentation of sequence.c. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>

    </ul>

    <h2>Lisp API</h2>

    <ul>
      <li>
        Fix: Correctly lex a bignum with leading "+". (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: #'face-property-matching-instance 21.4 compatibility. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: #'labels supports inline label declaration. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>

    </ul>

    <h2>-- Improve: Add .pdf and other types to 'binary-file-regexps.</h2>

    <ul>
      <li>
        Improve: Common Lisp conformance. (<em>Aidan Kehoe, Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Default print_gensym to t (CL compatibility). (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Make #'built-in-symbol-file ignore non-built-ins. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Make #'make-modeline-command-wrapper evaluate COMMAND lazily. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Obsolete #'remassoc and friends, and remove instances from core. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Partial, undocumented support for #'macro-declaration-function in #'defmacro. (<em>Aidan Kehoe.</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Provide API for disabling symbol macros in cl-macroexpand. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor completion code, improve GNU compatibility. -- Aidan Kehoe-- Improve: Remove XEmacs-specific #'remassoc functions, and substitute CL-style #'delete* for uses. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove cl-compat.el and related documentation. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove long-obsolete cl-compat.el. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove obsolete compatibility aliases from cl*.el. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Support POSIX semantics in #'posix-string-match. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Sync #'batch-byte-recompile-directory API. (<em>Mike Sperber</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Sync #'shell-command{,-on-region}. (<em>Mats Lidell</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Sync #'truncate-string-to-width. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Character syntax of JIT Unicode characters. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Update #'file-name-remote-p. (<em>Mike Sperber</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: #'apply-partially. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: #'event-apply-modifiers. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: #'looking-back. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: #'macro-declaration-function support (GNU compatibility). (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: #'special-mode. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: #'test-completion. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: 'function-key-map-parent improves x-compose processing. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: 'print-circle, 'print-continuous-numbering. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Add a defsetf for #'get-char-table. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Implement #'load-time-value, #'labels. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Sexp movement recognises notation for circular lists. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Support POSIX classes in regexps, #'skip-chars-{forward,backward}. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: syntax-ppss.el. (<em>Mats Lidell</em>)
      </li>

    </ul>

    <h2>Internal API and Implementation</h2>

    <ul>
      <li>
        Fix: Array declaration and bounds checks of syntax_spec_code. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Autoload `custom-set-face-bold'. (<em>Vin Shelton</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Duplicate arglist info in autoloads. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Ignore extent info in select-convert-to-text functions, fixing a copy problem in ERC. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Loss of precision in building FIXNUMs. (<em>Jerry James</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Redundant division in bignum_ceil. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Remove 'device' parameter from 'clear_region' methods. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Syntax error in #'get-other-frame. (<em>Didier Verna, Steven Mitchell</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: pixel_to_glyph_translation to handle redisplay edge case. (<em>Mike Kupfer</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: #'copy-symbol handles non-list plists. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Backward-compatible MATCHSPEC in face-property-matching-instance. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Byte-optimize more carefully. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Coding style in select.el. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Error when compiling an eval-when-compile form that changes the current buffer. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Handling of 'byte-compile-initial-macro-environment. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Handling of X keysyms. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Implementation of #'labels forms. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Lexical analysis of bignums. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Move #'split-path to Lisp. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Move #'x-keysym-on-keyboard-sans-modifiers-p, #'x-keysym-on-keyboard-p here from device-x.c to Lisp. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Move #'x-keysym-on-keyboard{,-sans-modifiers}-p to Lisp. (<em>Aidan Kehoe.</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Move config.h macros to configure. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor #'cl-defsubst-expand, #'enable-behavior, #'disable-behavior, #'cl-transform-lambda. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor #'macroexpand, various CL macros. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor X keystroke handling to avoid XKeysymToString. (<em>Aidan Kehoe.</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor XLIKE redisplay functions to use display, not frame. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor selection C code to use va_run_hooks_with_args. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor some subr.el functions to use CL for circularity checking. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor syntax cache. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor text_width methods to expect a frame, not a window. (<em>Didier Verna</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor to avoid #'mapcar where result is discarded. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Refactor to use #'labels for efficiency. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove #'bind-inits and fix up related functions. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove .elc from 'binary-file-regexps, and ensure all .elcs have coding cookies. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove MULE-only cases from non-MULE code. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove all autoload cookies from dumped files. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove obsolete LOSING_BYTECODE compile-time option. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove obsolete syntax code parsing macros. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove superfluous GCPRO in sublis. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Remove support for generating Emacs 19-compatible bytecode. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Rename INT to FIXNUM. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Warning removal. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Refactor sequence code into sequence.c. (<em>Aidan Kehoe, Vin Shelton</em>)
      </li>

    </ul>

    <h2>Testing and Debugging</h2>

    <ul>
      <li>
        Fix: Test leading ?+ in bignum read syntax. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: Various cases testing changed APIs. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Fix: pobj printing of symbols and strings with NEW_GC. (<em>Jerry James</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: #'substitute-in-file-name tests belong in os, not syntax. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Known bug code in test harness. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Replace #'flet with #'labels in tests where appropriate. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: Replace obsolete function names in tests. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: lisp-maint compliance in syntax-tests.el. (<em>Stephen Turnbull</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        Improve: pobj falls back to $lrecord_type. (<em>Marcus Crestani</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: File completion-tests.el. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: File syntax-ppss-tests.el. (<em>Mats Lidell</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Syntax cache test. (<em>Stephen Turnbull, Alan Mackenzie</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Tests for #'byte-compile-catch, bignums, #'labels, #'print-circle, #'apply-partially. (<em>Aidan Kehoe</em>)
      </li>
      <li>
        New: Tests for #'shell-command. (<em>Mats Lidell</em>)
      </li>
    </ul>

          <h1><a name="changes">ChangeLogs</a> for XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero"</h1>
          <p>goto <a href="#announcement">announcement</a>,
            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            changes</p>
          <ul>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#ChangeLog">ChangeLog</a></li>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#etc:ChangeLog">etc/ChangeLog</a></li>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#lib-src:ChangeLog">lib-src/ChangeLog</a></li>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#lisp:ChangeLog">lisp/ChangeLog</a></li>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#lwlib:ChangeLog">lwlib/ChangeLog</a></li>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#man:ChangeLog">man/ChangeLog</a></li>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#netinstall:ChangeLog">netinstall/ChangeLog</a></li>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#nt:ChangeLog">nt/ChangeLog</a></li>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#src:ChangeLog">src/ChangeLog</a></li>
            <li>ChangeLog Entries from <a href="#tests:ChangeLog">tests/ChangeLog</a></li>
          </ul>

          <h2>ChangeLog Entries from <a name="ChangeLog">ChangeLog</a></h2>
          <p>goto <a href="#announcement">announcement</a>,
            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>
          <pre xml:space="preserve">

2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2012-07-28  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	Thanks to Robert Delius Royar &lt;xemacs@frinabulax.org&gt;.

	* configure.ac (ASLR): Disable it on Mountain Lion, too.
	* configure: Regenerate.

2011-11-27  Marcus Crestani  &lt;crestani@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de&gt;

	* configure.ac: 
	Add "-Wl,-no_pie" to linker flags on Mac OS X Lion to disable ASLR
	that breaks pdump.
	* configure: Regenerate.

2011-11-21  Marcus Crestani  &lt;crestani@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de&gt;

	* .hgignore:
	* configure.ac: 
	Reflect move of etc/dbxrc.in to src/.dbxrc.in.
	* configure: Regenerate.

2011-11-21  Marcus Crestani  &lt;crestani@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de&gt;

	* configure: Regenerate with Autoconf 2.68.  Default Autoconf 2.61
	that comes with Mac OS X Lion breaks configure's ability to create
	Makefiles.
	
2011-11-21  Marcus Crestani  &lt;crestani@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de&gt;

	* configure.ac: Fix creation of etc/dbxrc and src/.dbxrc; only try
	to create Makefile when Makefile.in is there.
	* configure: Regenerate.
	
2011-10-14  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* configure.ac (with_athena): Refactor check for Xaw3d.

2011-09-05  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* configure.ac: $machine is intel386, reflecting the file name
	under src/m/, on i[3-9]86. Respect this when deciding on VDB_POSIX
	over VDB_MACH with the new GC.
	* configure:
	Regenerate.

2011-08-24  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* configure.ac:
	On OS X, if dlopen() is available in dlfcn.h, use it in preference
	to dyld; the latter API is deprecated.
	Move DLSYM_NEEDS_UNDERSCORE together with HAVE_DLYD, it's not
	needed if the dlsym() and dlopen() APIs are being used.
	Define REALPATH_CORRECTS_CASE, DEFAULT_FILE_SYSTEM_IGNORE_CASE in
	this file, don't define them in terms of HAVE_DYLD in
	src/config.h.in.
	* configure: Regenerate.

2011-05-20  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* Makefile.in.in: Default DESTDIR to the empty string, and use it in
	install targets.

2011-05-02  Jeff Sparkes  &lt;jsparkes@gmail.com&gt;

	* configure.ac (HAVE_MS_WINDOWS): On cygwin, use the w32api package
	libraries in /usr/lib/w32api.  Fix for tracker issue745.</pre>

          <h2>ChangeLog Entries from <a name="etc:ChangeLog">etc/ChangeLog</a></h2>
          <p>goto <a href="#announcement">announcement</a>,
            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>
          <pre xml:space="preserve">

2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2011-11-21  Marcus Crestani  &lt;crestani@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de&gt;

	* dbxrc.in: Move to src/.dbxrc.in.

2011-11-21  Marcus Crestani  &lt;crestani@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de&gt;

	* dbxrc.in: There is no lrecord_type_lcrecord_list when using the
	new garbage collector; print $lrecord_type when Lisp Object type
	is unknown to pobj.

2011-06-28  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* HELLO:
	No longer encode various Unicode characters in GNU's specific
	ad-hoc character sets, use ISO-IR-196 sequences instead.

2011-05-20  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* tests/external-widget/Makefile (DESTDIR): New variable for all
	Makefiles, unused in this one.</pre>

          <h2>ChangeLog Entries from <a name="lib-src:ChangeLog">lib-src/ChangeLog</a></h2>
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            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>
          <pre xml:space="preserve">

2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2011-06-03  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* gnuslib.c (connect_to_unix_server):
	Retry with /tmp as a directory in which to search for Unix sockets
	if an attempt to connect with some other directory failed (which
	may be because gnuclient and gnuserv don't share an environment
	value for TMPDIR, or because gnuserv was compiled with USE_TMPDIR
	turned off).

2011-05-20  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* Makefile.in.in: Default DESTDIR to the empty string, and use it in
	install targets.</pre>

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            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>
          <pre xml:space="preserve">

2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2012-05-14  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-letX):
	In (let ...) forms, group constant initialisations together, so we
	can just dup in the byte code.

2012-05-14  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	Update minibuf.el to use #'test-completion, use the generality of
	recent completion changes to avoid some unnecessary consing when
	reading.
	* behavior.el (read-behavior):
	* cus-edit.el (custom-face-prompt):
	* cus-edit.el (widget-face-action):
	* faces.el (read-face-name):
	* minibuf.el:
	* minibuf.el (minibuffer-completion-table):
	* minibuf.el (exact-minibuffer-completion-p):
	Removed. #'test-completion is equivalent to this, but more
	general.
	* minibuf.el (minibuffer-do-completion-1): Use #'test-completion.
	* minibuf.el (completing-read): Update the documentation of the
	arguments used for completion.
	* minibuf.el (minibuffer-complete-and-exit): Use #'test-completion.
	* minibuf.el (exit-minibuffer): Use #'test-completion.
	* minibuf.el (minibuffer-smart-mouse-tracker): Use #'test-completion.
	* minibuf.el (read-color): No need to construct a completion table
	separate from the colour list.

2012-05-12  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* subr.el:
	* subr.el (truncate-string-to-width):
	Sync with GNU's version, use its test suite in mule-tests.el.
	Avoid args-out-of-range errors, this function is regularly called
	from menu code and with debug-on-signal non-nil, this can be very
	irritating.
	Don't bind ellipsis-len, we don't use it.

2012-05-12  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* byte-optimize.el (byte-compile-unfold-lambda):
	Fetch the bytecode before unfolding a compiled function, its body
	may have been compiled lazily thanks to
	byte-compile-dynamic. Thank you Mats Lidell and the package
	smoketest!

2012-05-10  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* mule/mule-category.el (word-combining-categories):
	Be better about default word boundaries when text contains
	just-in-time-allocated Unicode code points. Document what we
	should do instead once we have Unicode internally.
	* mule/misc-lang.el: IPA characters are Latin.

2012-05-08  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (rassoc): Remove a stray parenthesis here, thank you
	Vin!

2012-05-06  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (block): Comment on why we can't use &amp;environment
	here.
	* cl-macs.el (defmacro*): Document &amp;environment in more detail.
	* cl-macs.el (macrolet): Use &amp;environment, instead of referencing
	byte-compile-macro-environment directly.
	* cl-macs.el (symbol-macrolet): Ditto.
	* cl-macs.el (lexical-let): Ditto.
	* cl-macs.el (labels): Ditto.

2012-05-06  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* byte-optimize.el:
	* byte-optimize.el (or):
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-or):
	Declare for-effect properly, it's not free.
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-condition-case): New.
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-form-code-walker):
	Be more exhaustive in descending special forms, for the sake of
	lexically-oriented optimizers such as that for #'labels.

2012-05-05  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	Co-operate with the byte-optimizer in the bytecomp.el labels
	implementation, don't work against it.

	* byte-optimize.el:
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-compile-inline-expand):
	Call #'byte-compile-unfold-lambda explicitly here, don't assume
	that the byte-optimizer will do it.
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-compile-unfold-lambda):
	Call #'byte-optimize-body on the body, don't just mapcar
	#'byte-optimize-form along it.
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-lambda): New. Optimize a lambda
	form. 
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-form-code-walker):
	Descend lambda expressions, defun, and defmacro, relevant for
	lexically-oriented operators like #'labels.
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-body): Only return a non-eq
	object if we've actually optimized something
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-initial-macro-environment):
	In the labels implementation, work with the byte optimizer, not
	against it; warn when labels are defined but not used,
	automatically inline labels that are used only once.
	* bytecomp.el (byte-recompile-directory):
	No need to wrap #'byte-compile-report-error in a lambda with
	#'call-with-condition-handler here. 
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-form):
	Don't inline compiled-function objects, they're probably labels.
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-funcall):
	No longer inline lambdas, trust the byte optimizer to have done it
	properly, even for labels.
	* cl-extra.el (cl-macroexpand-all):
	Treat labels established by the byte compiler distinctly from
	those established by cl-macs.el.
	* cl-macs.el (cl-do-proclaim):
	Treat labels established by the byte compiler distinctly from
	those established by cl-macs.el.
	* gui.el (make-gui-button):
	When referring to the #'gui-button-action label, quote it using
	function, otherwise there's a warning from the byte compiler.

2012-05-05  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	Remove some redundant functions; turn other utility functions into
	labels, avoiding visibility in the global namespace, and reducing
	the size of the dumped binary.

	* auto-save.el (auto-save-unhex): Removed.
	* auto-save.el (auto-save-unescape-name): Use #'string-to-number
	instead of #'auto-save-unhex.
	* files.el (save-some-buffers):
	* files.el (save-some-buffers-1): Changed to a label.
	* files.el (not-modified):
	* gui.el (make-gui-button):
	* gui.el (gui-button-action): Changed to a label.
	* gui.el (insert-gui-button):
	* indent.el (indent-for-tab-command):
	* indent.el (insert-tab): Changed to a label.
	* indent.el (indent-rigidly):
	* isearch-mode.el:
	* isearch-mode.el (isearch-ring-adjust):
	* isearch-mode.el (isearch-ring-adjust1): Changed to a label.
	* isearch-mode.el (isearch-pre-command-hook):
	* isearch-mode.el (isearch-maybe-frob-keyboard-macros): Changed to
	a label.
	* isearch-mode.el (isearch-highlight):
	* isearch-mode.el (isearch-make-extent): Changed to a label.
	* itimer.el:
	* itimer.el (itimer-decrement): Removed, replaced uses with decf.
	* itimer.el (itimer-increment): Removed, replaced uses with incf.
	* itimer.el (itimer-signum): Removed, replaced uses with minusp, plusp.
	* itimer.el (itimer-name):
	* itimer.el (check-itimer): Removed, replaced with #'check-type calls.
	* itimer.el (itimer-value):
	* itimer.el (check-itimer-coerce-string): Removed.
	* itimer.el (itimer-restart):
	* itimer.el (itimer-function):
	* itimer.el (check-nonnegative-number): Removed.
	* itimer.el (itimer-uses-arguments):
	* itimer.el (check-string): Removed.
	* itimer.el (itimer-function-arguments):
	* itimer.el (itimer-recorded-run-time):
	* itimer.el (set-itimer-name):
	* itimer.el (set-itimer-value):
	* itimer.el (set-itimer-value-internal):
	* itimer.el (set-itimer-restart):
	* itimer.el (set-itimer-function):
	* itimer.el (set-itimer-is-idle):
	* itimer.el (set-itimer-recorded-run-time):
	* itimer.el (get-itimer):
	* itimer.el (delete-itimer):
	* itimer.el (start-itimer):
	* itimer.el (activate-itimer):
	* itimer.el (itimer-edit-set-field):
	* itimer.el (itimer-edit-next-field):
	* itimer.el (itimer-edit-previous-field):
	Use incf, decf, plusp, minusp and the more general argument type
	checking macros.
	* lib-complete.el:
	* lib-complete.el (lib-complete:better-root): Changed to a label.
	* lib-complete.el (lib-complete:get-completion-table): Changed to
	a label.
	* lib-complete.el (read-library-internal): Include labels.
	* lib-complete.el (lib-complete:cache-completions): Changed to a
	label.
	* minibuf.el (read-buffer): Use #'set-difference, don't reinvent it.
	* newcomment.el (comment-padright): Use a label instead of
	repeating a lambda expression.
	* packages.el (package-get-key):
	* packages.el (package-get-key-1): Removed, use #'getf instead.
	* simple.el (kill-backward-chars): Removed; this isn't used.
	* simple.el (what-cursor-position):
	(lambda (arg) (format "%S" arg) -&gt; #'prin1-to-string. 
	* simple.el (debug-print-1): Renamed to #'debug-print.
	* simple.el (debug-print): Removed, #'debug-print-1 was equivalent.
	* subr.el (integer-to-bit-vector): check-nonnegative-number no
	longer available.
	* widget.el (define-widget):
	* widget.el (define-widget-keywords): Removed, this was long obsolete.

2012-05-01  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	Avoid #'delq in core code, for the sake of style and a (very
	slightly) smaller binary.

	* behavior.el (disable-behavior):
	* behavior.el (compute-behavior-group-children):
	* buff-menu.el (buffers-tab-items):
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-delay-constants-math):
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-logmumble):
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-decompile-bytecode-1):
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-lapcode):
	* bytecomp.el:
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-arglist-warn):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-warn-about-unresolved-functions):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-lambda):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-out-toplevel):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-insert):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-defalias-warn):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-upcase-arg):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-transform-lambda):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-do-proclaim):
	* cl-macs.el (defstruct):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-make-type-test):
	* cl-macs.el (define-compiler-macro):
	* cl-macs.el (delete-duplicates):
	* cus-edit.el (widget-face-value-delete):
	* cus-edit.el (face-history):
	* easymenu.el (easy-menu-remove):
	* files.el (files-fetch-hook-value):
	* files.el (file-expand-wildcards):
	* font-lock.el (font-lock-update-removed-keyword-alist):
	* font-lock.el (font-lock-remove-keywords):
	* frame.el (frame-initialize):
	* frame.el (frame-notice-user-settings):
	* frame.el (set-frame-font):
	* frame.el (delete-other-frames):
	* frame.el (get-frame-for-buffer-noselect):
	* gnuserv.el (gnuserv-kill-buffer-function):
	* gnuserv.el (gnuserv-check-device):
	* gnuserv.el (gnuserv-kill-client):
	* gnuserv.el (gnuserv-buffer-done-1):
	* gtk-font-menu.el (gtk-reset-device-font-menus):
	* gutter-items.el (buffers-tab-items):
	* gutter.el (set-gutter-element-visible-p):
	* info.el (Info-find-file-node):
	* info.el (Info-history-add):
	* info.el (Info-build-annotation-completions):
	* info.el (Info-index):
	* info.el (Info-reannotate-node):
	* itimer.el (delete-itimer):
	* itimer.el (start-itimer):
	* lib-complete.el (lib-complete:cache-completions):
	* loadhist.el (unload-feature):
	* menubar-items.el (build-buffers-menu-internal):
	* menubar.el (delete-menu-item):
	* menubar.el (relabel-menu-item):
	* msw-font-menu.el (mswindows-reset-device-font-menus):
	* mule/make-coding-system.el (fixed-width-generate-helper):
	* next-error.el (next-error-find-buffer):
	* obsolete.el:
	* obsolete.el (find-non-ascii-charset-string):
	* obsolete.el (find-non-ascii-charset-region):
	* occur.el (multi-occur-by-filename-regexp):
	* occur.el (occur-1):
	* packages.el (packages-package-hierarchy-directory-names):
	* packages.el (package-get-key-1):
	* process.el (setenv):
	* simple.el (undo):
	* simple.el (handle-pre-motion-command-current-command-is-motion):
	* sound.el (load-sound-file):
	* wid-edit.el (widget-field-value-delete):
	* wid-edit.el (widget-checklist-match-inline):
	* wid-edit.el (widget-checklist-match-find):
	* wid-edit.el (widget-editable-list-delete-at):
	* wid-edit.el (widget-editable-list-entry-create):
	* window.el (quit-window):
	* x-font-menu.el (x-reset-device-font-menus-core):

	1. Replace (delq nil (mapcar ....)) with analogous (mapcan ...)
	forms; this is in non-dumped files, it was done previously in
	dumped files.
	2. Replace (delq FOO (copy-sequence BAR)) with (remove* FOO BAR),
	where #'eq and #'eql are equivalent
	3. Replace (delq FOO BAR) with (delete* FOO BAR), where FOO is not
	a non-fixnum number. Saves a little space in the dumped file
	(since the compiler macro adds :test #'eq to the delete* call if
	it's not clear that FOO is not a non-fixnum number).

2012-05-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el:
	* cl-macs.el (cl-non-fixnum-number-p): Rename, to
	cl-non-immediate-number-p. This is a little more informative as a
	name, though still not ideal, in that it will give t for some
	immediate fixnums on 64-bit builds.
	* cl-macs.el (eql):
	* cl-macs.el (define-star-compiler-macros):
	* cl-macs.el (delq):
	* cl-macs.el (remq):
	Use the new name.
	* cl-macs.el (cl-equal-equivalent-to-eq-p): New.
	* cl-macs.el (cl-car-or-pi): New.
	* cl-macs.el (cl-cdr-or-pi): New.
	* cl-macs.el (equal): New compiler macro.
	* cl-macs.el (member): New compiler macro.
	* cl-macs.el (assoc): New compiler macro.
	* cl-macs.el (rassoc): New compiler macro.
	If any of #'equal, #'member, #'assoc or #'rassoc has a constant
	argument such that #'eq, #'memq, #'assq or #'rassq, respectively,
	are equivalent, make the substitution. Relevant in files like
	ispell.el, there's a reasonable amount of code out there that
	doesn't quite get the distinction.

2012-05-01  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-form-code-walker):
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-or):
	Improve handling of for-effect here; we don't need to worry about
	discarding multiple values when for-effect is non-nil, this
	applies to both #'prog1 and #'or.
	* bytecomp.el (progn):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-file-form-progn): New.
	Put back this function, since it's for-effect there's no need to
	worry about passing back multiple values.
	* cl-macs.el (cl-pop2):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-do-pop):
	* cl-macs.el (remf):
	* cl.el (pop):
	Expand to (prog1 (car-safe PLACE) (setq PLACE (cdr PLACE))) in all
	these macros, since that optimizes better (especially for-effect
	handling) when byte-compile-delete-errors is nil.

2012-04-23  Michael Sperber  &lt;mike@xemacs.org&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (batch-byte-recompile-directory): Accept an optional
	argument that's passed on to `byte-recompile-directory' as the
	prefix argument, thus imitating GNU Emacs's API.

2012-04-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	Remove some utility functions from the global namespace, it's more
	appropriate to have them as labels (that is, lexically-visible
	functions.) 
	* behavior.el:
	* behavior.el (behavior-menu-filter-1): Moved to being a label.
	* behavior.el (behavior-menu-filter): Use the label.
	* cus-edit.el (custom-load-symbol-1): Moved to being a label.
	* cus-edit.el (custom-load-symbol): Use the label.
	* menubar.el (find-menu-item-1): Moved to being a label.
	* menubar.el (find-menu-item): Use the label.
	* window-xemacs.el:
	* window-xemacs.el (display-buffer-1): Moved to being a label.
	* window-xemacs.el (display-buffer): Use the label; use (block
	...) instead of (catch ...), use prog1 instead of needlessly
	binding a variable.

2012-03-02  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* select.el (select-coerce):
	Whoops, selection-coercion-alist, not selection-conversion-alist,
	thank you Philip Aston in 4F4A2CBC.1060709@mail.com .

2012-01-14  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-catch):
	Be more careful about non-quoted-symbol TAGs here; thank you
	Robert Pluim in
	CAMTcmTeLaZVrABnP-1MRUA3ZpZ=h2S_YVxKWDDNuc5bAyJD-gg@mail.gmail.com !

2012-01-08  Vin Shelton  &lt;acs@xemacs.org&gt;

	* cus-face.el: autoload custom-set-face-bold.

2012-01-08  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* x-init.el:
	* x-init.el (pseudo-canonicalize-keysym): New.
	* x-init.el: Move #'x-keysym-on-keyboard-sans-modifiers-p,
	#'x-keysym-on-keyboard-p here from device-x.c, some string
	manipulation it now needs to do is far easier in Lisp.
	* x-win-xfree86.el:
	* x-win-xfree86.el (x-win-init-xfree86):
	No longer call #'x-keysym-on-keyboard{,-sans-modifiers}-p,
	implement it ourselves cheaply.

2012-01-02  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (cl-compile-time-init): Add an autoload for this,
	some code supplies -no-autoloads when byte-compiling, making it
	necessary.

	* obsolete.el (cl-puthash): Put back a compatibility alias for
	this, setf-expansion of #'gethash calls it on 21.4, so it will
	occur in packages for a while to come.

2011-12-30  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* subr.el (copy-symbol): Don't error with a non-list plist, as
	happens with symbols in abbrev tables.

2011-12-30  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el:
	Call #'cl-compile-time-init explicitly here, don't rely on
	bytecomp-load-hook for what is core functionality.

	* cl-extra.el:
	* cl-extra.el (require):
	* cl-extra.el (make-random-state):
	* cl-extra.el (random-state-p):
	* cl-extra.el (make-hashtable): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el (make-weak-hashtable): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el (make-key-weak-hashtable): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el (make-value-weak-hashtable): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('hashtablep): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('hashtable-fullness): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('hashtable-test-function): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('hashtable-type): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('hashtable-size): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('copy-hashtable): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el (cl-builtin-gethash): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el (cl-builtin-remhash): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el (cl-builtin-clrhash): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el (cl-builtin-maphash): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('cl-gethash): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('cl-puthash): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('cl-remhash): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('cl-clrhash): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('cl-maphash): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('cl-make-hash-table): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('cl-hash-table-p): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el ('cl-hash-table-count): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el (cl-prettyexpand):
	* cl-extra.el (names):
	Remove compatibility aliases from this file.
	In #'cl-prettyexpand, if FULL is nil, don't expand return-from
	either, for symmetry with not expanding block.
	Drop cl-extra-load-hook, it's useless when cl-extra is dumped
	(since third-party code can't use it, and dumped code shouldn't
	use it.)

	* cl-macs.el:
	* cl-macs.el (cl-pop2):
	* cl-macs.el (defun*):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-parse-loop-clause):
	Remove some no-longer-needed compatibility kludges.

	* cl.el:
	* cl.el ('cl-map-extents): Removed.
	* cl.el (cl-random-time):
	* cl.el (list*): New, moved back from subr.el, given a shorter
	implementation. 
	* cl.el ('cl-member): Removed.
	* cl.el ('cl-floor): Removed.
	* cl.el ('cl-ceiling): Removed.
	* cl.el ('cl-truncate): Removed.
	* cl.el ('cl-round): Removed.
	* cl.el ('cl-mod): Removed.
	Remove some compatibility aliases; these may conflict with
	package usage, in which case the packages need to be updated, the
	new names are available in 21.4, and that's the most recent
	version we support.

	* cl.el (cl-hacked-flag): Removed.
	* cl.el (cl-hack-byte-compiler): Removed.
	* subr.el:
	* subr.el (list*): Moved back to cl.el.

	* update-elc-2.el (batch-update-elc-2):
	* update-elc.el (do-autoload-commands):
	Add an autoload for cl-compile-time-init in these two files, they
	run on bare temacs, auto-autoload isn't available to them, and now
	bytecomp calls cl-compile-time-init explicitly.

	* cl-compat.el: Removed. This file was long obsolete.

2011-12-27  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (face-foreback): New defsetf.
	* faces.el (set-face-property): Document the foreback property.
	* faces.el (face-foreback):
	* faces.el (face-foreback-instance):
	* faces.el (face-foreback-name):
	* faces.el (set-face-foreback): New functions.
	* faces.el (face-equal):
	* faces.el (init-other-random-faces):
	* cus-face.el (custom-face-attributes):
	* x-faces.el (x-init-face-from-resources): Handle the foreback
	property.

2011-12-27  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* faces.el (face-foreground-name): Fix docstring typo.

2011-12-27  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* faces.el: Explicitely set the 'zmacs-region face to not shrink
	so as to override a shrink setting for a face under it (during
	face merging).

2011-12-27  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* wid-edit.el (widget-field-face): Set this face to shrink. Fix
	incorrect specification.

2011-12-26  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (face-flush-p): Removed.
	* cl-macs.el (face-shrink-p): New.
	* faces.el (face-flush-p): Removed.
	* faces.el (face-shrink-p): New.
	* faces.el (set-face-flush-p): Removed.
	* faces.el (set-face-shrink-p): New.
	* cus-face.el (custom-face-attributes):
	* faces.el (set-face-property):
	* faces.el (face-equal):
	* x-faces.el (x-init-face-from-resources):
	* x-faces.el (make-face-x-resource-internal): Replace the 'flush
	property with the opposite 'shrink one.

2011-12-23  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* select.el (activate-region-as-selection):
	* select.el (select-make-extent-for-selection):
	* select.el (select-convert-in):
	* select.el (select-convert-out):
	* select.el (select-coerce):
	* select.el (select-convert-to-targets):
	Improve Lisp style in a few places here; don't re-implement
	#'delete-duplicates, use #'funcall instead of consing up a list to
	pass to #'apply.

2011-12-23  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (face-flush-p): New defsetf.
	* faces.el (set-face-property): Document the flush property.
	* faces.el (face-flush-p): New function.
	* faces.el (set-face-flush-p): New function.
	* faces.el (face-equal):
	* cus-face.el (custom-face-attributes):
	* x-faces.el (x-init-face-from-resources):
	* x-faces.el (make-face-x-resource-internal): Handle the flush
	property.

2011-12-22  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp-runtime.el:
	* bytecomp-runtime.el (byte-compile-macro-environment): Moved to
	eval.c.
	* cl.el:
	* cl.el ('cl-macroexpand): New alias.
	* cl.el ('macroexpand-internal): New alias.
	* cl.el (cl-macroexpand): Move the functionality of this to
	#'macroexpand (formerly #'macroexpand-internal) in eval.c; since
	CL is always loaded in XEmacs, it brings nothing and slows things
	down to have the two functions separate.

2011-12-21  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (cl-transform-function-property):
	Call #'cl-macroexpand-all when doing this, avoiding unpleasantness
	with defsetf and lexical variables.
	* cl-macs.el (assert):
	The previous change meant #'remove-if isn't necessarily available
	yet; use the :key argument with #'remove* instead.

2011-12-10  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* mule/mule-cmds.el (posix-charset-to-coding-system-hash):
	Correct the docstring for this variable.

2011-12-13  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-eval):
	When evaluating code at compile time, don't put those macros in
	the macro environment that only make sense when creating
	byte-compiled output.

2011-12-13  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-initial-macro-environment):
	If lexical let has played with our lambas, give up on constructing
	the compiled functions at compiled time, that strategy doesn't
	work.

2011-12-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (load-time-value):
	Clarify the docstring here, thanks for pointing out its inaccuracy
	Julian Bradfield.

2011-11-14  Vin Shelton  &lt;acs@xemacs.org&gt;

	* faces.el: When the default background was changed from light to
	dark or vice versa, the custom-property cache maintained the old
	value, preventing face definitions from choosing the proper
	values.  Patch from Aidan Kehoe.

2011-11-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* help.el (describe-function-1):
	When printing compiled functions, mention whether they're
	built-in.

2011-11-02  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-lambda):
	Accept a new NAME argument here, have byte-compile-current-form
	reflect that if it's specified. 
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-initial-macro-environment):
	Specify the label name when byte-compiling it, so warning and
	errors are more helpful.

2011-10-17  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* startup.el (load-terminal-library):
	Don't (getenv "TERM") here, call #'console-tty-terminal-type
	instead, different gnuclient consoles can and should have
	different terminal type function maps effective.

2011-10-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* obsolete.el:
	* obsolete.el (assq-delete-all):
	* packages.el (package-provide):
	* packages.el (package-suppress):
	* mule/cyrillic.el ("Cyrillic-KOI8"):
	* mule/cyrillic.el (koi8-u):
	* mule/general-late.el (posix-charset-to-coding-system-hash):
	* mule/latin.el:
	* mule/latin.el (for):
	* cl-extra.el:
	* cl-extra.el (cl-extra):
	* loadup.el (load-history):
	Change any uses of #'remassq, #'remassoc and friends to calling
	#'delete* with an appropriate key argument. Provide compatibility
	implementations, mark them obsolete.

2011-10-08  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el:
	* cl-macs.el (load-time-value):
	* cl-macs.el (flet):
	* cl-macs.el (labels):
	* cl-macs.el (the):
	* cl-macs.el (declare):
	Move all these macros to the end of the file, since they're in
	byte-compile-initial-macro-environment, and we don't want their
	definitions to override that for the rest of the file during
	byte-compilation. Happens not to matter right now, but avoids
	surprises for anyone using the macros elsewhere in cl-macs down
	the line.

2011-10-08  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-initial-macro-environment):
	In the compiler implementation of load-time-value, don't
	byte-compile at macroexpansion time, delay that until
	byte-compilation time, giving, e.g. labels a chance to do its
	thing.

2011-10-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* autoload.el (make-autoload):
	Don't add arglist info to the autoload form's docstring if the
	arglist info is already there.

2011-10-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-funcall):
	Correct a comment here, explaining why the optimizer doesn't
	expand (funcall #'(lambda ...)) in some contexts with inline
	labels, and why it's reasonable to do it here.

2011-10-03  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* simple.el (handle-pre-motion-command-current-command-is-motion):
	Implement #'keysyms-equal with #'labels + (declare (inline ...)),
	instead of abusing macrolet to the same end.
	* specifier.el (let-specifier):
	* mule/mule-cmds.el (describe-language-environment):
	* mule/mule-cmds.el (set-language-environment-coding-systems):
	* mule/mule-x-init.el (x-use-halfwidth-roman-font):
	* faces.el (Face-frob-property):
	* keymap.el (key-sequence-list-description):
	* lisp-mode.el (construct-lisp-mode-menu):
	* loadhist.el (unload-feature):
	* mouse.el (default-mouse-track-check-for-activation):
	Declare various labels inline in dumped files when that reduces
	the size of the dumped image. Declaring labels inline is normally
	only worthwhile for inner loops and so on, but it's reasonable
	exercise of the related code to have these changes in core.

2011-10-03  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-funcall):
	Sometimes the optimizer shirks its responsibility and doesn't
	unfold a lambda when it should. Do this here, if optimization is
	turned on; this makes inlining labels more consistent and
	trustworthy.

2011-10-02  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-initial-macro-environment):
	Add #'declare to this, so it doesn't need to rely on
	#'cl-compiling file to determine when we're byte-compiling.
	Update #'labels to support declaring labels inline, as Common Lisp
	requires.
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-function-form):
	Don't error if FUNCTION is quoting a non-lambda, non-symbol, just
	return it.
	* cl-extra.el (cl-macroexpand-all):
	If a label name has been quoted, expand to the label placeholder
	quoted with 'function. This allows the byte compiler to
	distinguish between uses of the placeholder as data and uses in
	contexts where it should be inlined.
	* cl-macs.el:
	* cl-macs.el (cl-do-proclaim):
	When proclaming something as inline, if it is bound as a label,
	don't modify the symbol's plist; instead, treat the first element
	of its placeholder constant vector as a place to store compile
	information.
	* cl-macs.el (declare):
	Leave processing declarations while compiling to the
	implementation of #'declare in
	byte-compile-initial-macro-environment.

2011-09-25  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* files.el (binary-file-regexps):
	Remove ELC files from this, many of them are escape-quoted, and
	when opening them for viewing XEmacs should look at the coding
	cookie and respect that.
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-insert-header):
	Always insert a coding cookie, now ELC files are no longer in
	binary-file-regexps.

2011-09-21  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* files.el (binary-file-regexps):
	Update this, adding everything that maps to no-conversion or
	no-conversion-multibyte in GNU's auto-mode-alist.
	In particular, add PDFs, important given gnus' problem with them
	of http://mid.gmane.org/m3r637lpm5.fsf@mikesoffice.com and the
	associated thread, and Uwe's recent re-reporting of the same
	problem.

2011-09-21  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* select.el (select-convert-to-text):
	* select.el (select-convert-to-utf-8-text):
	Ignore extent information in these functions, other programs can't
	do anything useful with it, and it actively interferes when
	copying from an ERC buffer to external programs--
	#'encode-coding-string complains that the string is read-only,
	which is arguably in itself a separate problem, since it allocates
	a new string there's no reason for it ever to throw that error.

2011-09-11  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (cl-defsubst-expand):
	Be more careful still here, make sure that any references to
	variables in BODY don't access those values in the enclosing scope
	when that would be inappropriate.
	Add some documentation of a potential reasonable approach to
	avoiding the problems with our (non-Common Lisp-conformant)
	#'symbol-macrolet.

2011-09-10  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (cl-defsubst-expand):
	Change set 2a6a8da4dd7c of
	http://mid.gmane.org/19966.17522.332164.615228@parhasard.net
	wasn't sufficiently comprehensive, symbol macros can be mutually
	rather than simply recursive, and they can equally hang. Thanks
	for the bug report, Michael Sperber, and for the test case,
	Stephen Turnbull.

2011-09-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-from-buffer):
	If compiling a form has changed the current buffer (that is, some
	eval-when-compile form hasn't done save-excursion when
	appropriate), error and exit; we can't guarantee we'll give useful
	code in that context. See
	http://mid.gmane.org/20110909110831.GD2875@acm.acm and related
	discussion. 

2011-09-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* simple.el (transpose-subr):
	* specifier.el (let-specifier):
	* specifier.el (derive-device-type-from-tag-set):
	* test-harness.el (batch-test-emacs):
	* x-compose.el (alias-colon-to-doublequote):
	* mule/chinese.el (make-chinese-cns11643-charset):
	* mule/mule-cmds.el (set-locale-for-language-environment):
	* mule/mule-cmds.el (set-language-environment-coding-systems):
	* mule/mule-x-init.el (x-use-halfwidth-roman-font):
	* about.el (about-xemacs):
	* about.el (about-hackers):
	* diagnose.el (show-memory-usage):
	* diagnose.el (show-object-memory-usage-stats):
	* diagnose.el (show-mc-alloc-memory-usage):
	* diagnose.el (show-gc-stats):
	* dialog.el (make-dialog-box):
	* faces.el:
	* faces.el (Face-frob-property):
	* faces.el (set-face-stipple):
	* glyphs.el:
	* glyphs.el (init-glyphs): Removed.
	* help-macro.el (make-help-screen):
	* info.el (Info-construct-menu):
	* keymap.el (key-sequence-list-description):
	* lisp-mode.el (construct-lisp-mode-menu):
	* loadhist.el (unload-feature):
	* minibuf.el (get-user-response):
	* mouse.el (default-mouse-track-check-for-activation):
	* mouse.el (mouse-track-insert-1):
	Follow my own advice from the last commit and use #'labels instead
	of #'flet in core code.

2011-09-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el:
	* bytecomp.el (for-effect): Move this earlier in the file, it's
	referenced in byte-compile-initial-macro-environment.
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-initial-macro-environment):
	In the byte-compile-macro-environment definition for #'labels, put
	off the compiling the lambda bodies until the point where the rest
	of the form is being compiled, allowing the lambda bodies to
	access appropriate values for byte-compile-bound-variables, and
	reducing excessive warning about free variables.

	Add a byte-compile-macro-environment definition for #'flet. This
	modifies byte-compile-function-environment appropriately, and
	warns about bindings of functions that have macro definitions in
	the current environment, about functions that have byte codes, and
	about functions that have byte-compile methods (which may not do
	what the user wants at runtime).
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-funcall):
	If FUNCTION is constant, call #'byte-compile-callargs-warn if
	that's appropriate, giving warnings about problems with calling
	functions bound with #'labels.

	* cl-macs.el:
	* cl-macs.el (flet):
	Mention the main difference from Common Lisp, that the bindings
	are dynamic, not lexical. Counsel the use of #'labels, not #'flet,
	for this and other reasons. Explain the limited single use case for
	#'flet. Cross-reference to bytecomp.el in a comment.
	* cl-macs.el (labels):
	Go into detail on which functions may be called from
	where. Explain how to access the function definition of a label
	within FORM. Add a comment cross-referencing to bytecomp.el.

2011-09-06  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* mule/mule-cmds.el (set-language-environment-coding-systems):
	Set the input mode for TTY consoles to use the eighth bit for
	character information if the native coding system for the language
	environment needs that.

2011-09-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp-runtime.el:
	* bytecomp-runtime.el (byte-compile-macro-environment): Moved from
	bytecomp.el.
	* bytecomp.el:
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-initial-macro-environment):
	Add implementations for #'load-time-value, #'labels here, now
	cl-macs respects byte-compile-macro-environment.
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-function-environment):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-macro-environment): Removed.
	* bytecomp.el (symbol-value):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-symbol-value): Removed.
	* cl-extra.el (cl-macroexpand-all):
	* cl-macs.el:
	* cl-macs.el (bind-block):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-macro-environment): Removed.
	* cl-macs.el (cl-transform-lambda):
	* cl-macs.el (load-time-value):
	* cl-macs.el (block):
	* cl-macs.el (flet):
	* cl-macs.el (labels):
	* cl-macs.el (macrolet):
	* cl-macs.el (symbol-macrolet):
	* cl-macs.el (lexical-let):
	* cl-macs.el (apply):
	* cl-macs.el (nthcdr):
	* cl-macs.el (getf):
	* cl-macs.el (substring):
	* cl-macs.el (values):
	* cl-macs.el (get-setf-method):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-setf-do-modify):
	* cl.el:
	* cl.el (cl-macro-environment): Removed.
	* cl.el (cl-macroexpand):
	* obsolete.el (cl-macro-environment): Moved here.

	Drop cl-macro-environment, in favour of
	byte-compile-macro-environment; make the latter available in
	bytecomp-runtime.el. This makes byte-compile-macro-environment far
	less useless, since previously code that used cl-macs would ignore
	it when calling #'cl-macroexpand-all.

	Add byte-compiler-specific implementations for #'load-time-value,
	#'labels. The latter is very nice indeed; it avoids the run-time
	consing of the current implementation, is fully lexical and avoids
	the run-time shadowing of symbol function slots that flet uses. It
	would now be reasonable to move most core uses of flet to use
	labels instead. Non-core code can't rely on print-circle for
	mutually recursive functions, though, so it's less of an evident
	win.

2011-09-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (get-char-table): Add a defsetf for this.

2011-09-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-output-file-form):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-output-docform):
	Bind print-circle, print-continuous-numbering in these functions,
	now those variables are available.
	* lisp.el (forward-sexp):
	* lisp.el (backward-sexp):
	Recognise leading #N= as being part of an expression.

2011-08-24  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* process.el (shell-command-on-region):
	Correct typo from the merge, nnot -&gt; not.

2011-08-24  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (apply-partially):
	Add an assertion to this compiler macro, requiring that the order
	of the placeholders corresponding to the arguments in the
	constants vector of the constructed compiled function be the same
	as the order of the arguments to #'apply-partially.

2011-08-12  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el:
	* cl-macs.el (apply-partially): New compiler macro.
	* subr.el:
	* subr.el (apply-partially): New.
	Sync this function's API and docstring from GNU. The
	implementation is mine and trivial; the compiler macro in
	cl-macs.el ensures that partially-applied functions in compiled
	code are also compiled.

2011-08-10  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* keymap.el:
	* keymap.el (event-apply-alt-modifier):
	* keymap.el (event-apply-super-modifier):
	* keymap.el (event-apply-hyper-modifier):
	* keymap.el (event-apply-shift-modifier):
	* keymap.el (event-apply-control-modifier):
	* keymap.el (event-apply-meta-modifier):
	* keymap.el (event-apply-modifiers): New.
	* keymap.el (event-apply-modifier): Implement in terms of
	#'event-apply-modifier.

	Rework #'event-apply-modifier to take a list of modifiers, and
	change its name appropriately. Keep the old name around, too.

2011-08-10  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-normal-call):
	When a function takes :if, :if-not, :test, :test-not or :key
	arguments, do the quoted-lambda check there too.

2011-08-04  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* test-harness.el (test-harness-bug-expected):
	Update docstring.
	(Known-Bug-Expect-Failure, Known-Bug-Expect-Error):
	Ask if bug was fixed in PASS message.
	(Known-Bug-Expect-Error):
	Simplify code to produce clearer output.
	Make pass and failure correspond to Check-Error.
	(Print-Pass):
	Always print test result for known bugs.

2011-07-29  Mats Lidell  &lt;matsl@xemacs.org&gt;

	* process.el (shell-command): 
	* process.el (shell-command-on-region): API compatible/synced with
	FSF 23.3.1.

2011-07-22  Mats Lidell  &lt;matsl@xemacs.or&gt;

	* syntax-ppss.el: Synced up with Emacs 23.3 (syntax.el)

2011-07-03  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl.el (cl-macroexpand):
	Allow code to disable a given symbol macro while expanding code by
	prepending a cons with a nil cdr to the macro environment.

2011-06-25  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* gtk-init.el:
	* gtk-init.el (make-device-late-gtk-entry-point):
	* gtk-init.el (gtk-initialize-compose): Removed.
	* keymap.el:
	* keymap.el (function-key-map-parent):
	* x-init.el (x-initialize-compose): Removed.
	* x-init.el (make-device-late-x-entry-point):
	Make the bindings for dead-acute and friends in
	function-key-map-parent, rather than function-key-map; do this in
	keymap.el rather than in window-system-specific code, since the
	compose processing is generally useful and not X11-specific.
	It's probably reasonable to rename x-compose.el to compose.el at
	this point, but I haven't done that.

2011-06-23  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	From smitchel &lt;smitchel@bnin.net&gt;
	* frame.el (get-other-frame): Add missing first argument THIS to
	the call to NEXT-FRAME.

2011-06-24  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* view-less.el (view):
	Add a custom group to this file, so view-mode-line-string has an
	associated custom group automatically.

2011-06-19  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (cl-defsubst-expand):
	It is occasionally the case that the symbol naming the argument
	co-incides with the value that it is replacing; in that case,
	using the symbol macro is counterproductive and hangs XEmacs (as
	does analogous code in SBCL), so don't.

2011-06-19  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* behavior.el (enable-behavior):
	* behavior.el (disable-behavior):
	Remove a couple of redundant lambdas here, and remove a cond
	clause that was never tripped (because nil is a list.)
	* behavior.el (behavior-menu-filter):
	Correct some indentation here.

2011-06-19  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (defsubst*):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-defsubst-expand):
	If defaults refer to earlier args, or if there's a &amp;rest arg, use
	#'proclaim-inline.
	Use #'symbol-macrolet instead of #'subst when replacing argument
	names with their values in the inline expansion; this avoids
	(most) instances where the symbol's function slot is used.
	Document a bug that occurs if the symbol is being shadowed in a
	lexically-contained scope.

2011-06-19  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el:
	* cl-macs.el (assoc-ignore-case, assoc-ignore-representation):
	* cl-macs.el (member-ignore-case): New compiler macros.
	* subr.el (assoc-ignore-case):
	* subr.el (assoc-ignore-representation):
	* subr.el (member-ignore-case):
	* subr.el (split-path):
	* subr.el (delete-dups):
	Reimplement a few GNU functions in terms of their CL counterparts,
	for the sake of circularity checking and some speed; add type
	checking (used in interpreted code and with low speed and safety
	checking) for the sake of revealing incompatibilities when
	developing.
	* subr.el (remove-hook):
	There's no need for flet here, an explicit lambda is enough.

2011-06-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* gutter-items.el (add-tab-to-gutter):
	* toolbar-items.el (toolbar-add-item-data):
	Switch to #'dolist instead of #'mapcar in a couple of places where
	the result isn't used. (Committed now mostly to trigger a commit
	mail so Mats' buildbot gets woken up.)

2011-05-29  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (cl-transform-lambda):
	Move the code to decide whether to add argument information to the
	docstring a little later, so the information about what the
	function's docstring ends up being is a little more exact.

2011-05-27  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* modeline.el (make-modeline-command-wrapper):
	Be more reasonable about the implementation of this wrapper, don't
	require that the value of COMMAND be available at macro-expansion
	time. (Basically, implement a closure.)
	* modeline.el (add-minor-mode):
	Remove a workaround and misguided comment that are no longer
	necessary or exact.

2011-05-25  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (macrolet):
	* cl-macs.el (symbol-macrolet): Don't require one mandatory
	[symbol-]macro definition in the first argument. The Common Lisp
	standard allows the list of definitions to be empty.

2011-05-18  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (bind-inits)): Removed.
	* cl-macs.el (defun*):
	* cl-macs.el (defmacro*):
	* cl-macs.el (function*):
	* cl-macs.el (macrolet):
	* cl-macs.el (cl-transform-function-property):
	* cl-macs.el (destructuring-bind):
	Remove `bind-inits' from this file, and only ever return nil as
	the first element of cl-transform-lambda's result list; bind-inits
	hasn't been used since the support for non-self-quoting keywords
	was removed, and its absence (and the guarantee that the first
	element of the result of cl-transform-lambda is nil) make the
	implementations of various other macros easier and clearer.
	* cl-macs.el (cl-transform-lambda):
	Give this function a docstring.

2011-05-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp-runtime.el:
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-file-form-defmumble):
	* bytecomp-runtime.el (macro-declaration-function): New.
	* subr.el:
	* subr.el (macro-declaration-function): Removed.
	Add support for macro-declaration-function, which is a GNU
	mechanism for indicating indentation and edebug information in
	macros (and only in macros).

2011-05-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* subr.el:
	* subr.el (split-path): New.
	Moved here from fns.c. There's no need to have this in C, it's no
	longer used that early at startup.

2011-05-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* bytecomp.el:
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-two-args-19-&gt;20): Removed.
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-emacs19-compatibility): Removed.
	* bytecomp.el (byte-defop-compiler20): Removed.
	* bytecomp.el (byte-defop-compiler-rmsfun): Removed.
	* bytecomp.el (emacs-lisp-file-regexp):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-print-gensym):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compiler-legal-options):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compiler-obsolete-options):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-close-variables):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-insert-header):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-output-file-form):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-output-docform):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-out-toplevel):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-form):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-defop-compiler-1):
	* bytecomp.el (eq):
	* bytecomp.el (equal):
	* bytecomp.el (member):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-noop):
	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-save-current-buffer):
	Remove support for generating code appropriate to Emacs 19.

	* bytecomp.el (byte-compile-eval):
	Avoid erroring here if the car of some entry in the macro
	environment is not a symbol, as is the case for symbol macros.
	* bytecomp.el (or):
	Use slightly better style when compiling the most important
	functions if bytecomp.el has just been loaded interpreted.

2011-05-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* byte-optimize.el:
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-form-code-walker):
	Call #'byte-optimize-side-effect-free-p on the form, rather than
	just checking the plist of the form's car.
	* byte-optimize.el (side-effect-free-fns):
	Move the CL functions into their alphabetical place in the list.
	* byte-optimize.el (function):
	* byte-optimize.el (byte-optimize-side-effect-free-p): New.
	Function returning non-nil if a funcall has no side-effects, which
	handles things like (remove* item list :key 'car) and
	(remove-if-not #'integerp list).

2011-05-06  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl-macs.el (most-positive-fixnum-on-32-bit-machines):
	Correct this, I had an off-by-one error (because I was developing
	on a 64-bit machine). Thanks for the report, Raymond Toy!

2011-05-01  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* buff-menu.el (list-buffers-directory):
	* buff-menu.el (default-list-buffers-identification):
	* cus-file.el (custom-file-base):
	* cus-file.el (custom-file):
	* cus-file.el (make-custom-file-name):
	* menubar.el (menu-split-long-menu):
	* newcomment.el:
	* newcomment.el (indent-for-comment):
	* newcomment.el (comment-column):
	* newcomment.el (comment-start):
	* newcomment.el (comment-start-skip):
	* newcomment.el (comment-end-skip):
	* newcomment.el (comment-end):
	* newcomment.el (comment-indent-function):
	* newcomment.el (comment-style):
	* newcomment.el (comment-padding):
	* newcomment.el (comment-multi-line):
	* newcomment.el (comment-normalize-vars):
	* newcomment.el (comment-indent):
	* newcomment.el (comment-set-column):
	* newcomment.el (comment-kill):
	* newcomment.el (uncomment-region):
	* newcomment.el (comment-region):
	* newcomment.el (comment-or-uncomment-region):
	* newcomment.el (comment-dwim):
	* newcomment.el (comment-indent-new-line):
	* x-win-sun.el (x-win-init-sun):
	* x-win-xfree86.el (x-win-init-xfree86):
	* mule/mule-composite.el:
	* mule/mule-composite.el (reference-point-alist):
	* mule/mule-composite.el (compose-region):
	* mule/mule-composite.el (decompose-region):
	* mule/mule-composite.el (compose-string):
	* mule/mule-composite.el (decompose-string):
	* mule/mule-composite.el (compose-chars):
	* mule/mule-composite.el (find-composition):
	* mule/mule-composite.el (compose-chars-after):
	* mule/mule-composite.el (compose-last-chars):
	* mule/mule-composite.el (decompose-composite-char):
	Remove all autoload cookies from dumped files, they're needless
	and confusing.

2011-04-30  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* subr.el (looking-back): New function.

2011-04-30  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* special-mode.el: New file.
	* special-mode.el (special-mode-map): New variable.
	* special-mode.el (special-mode): New function.
	* dumped-lisp.el (preloaded-file-list): Add special-mode.

2011-04-30  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* faces.el (face-property-matching-instance):
	Allow backward compatibility to the 21.4 API.  Update docstring.</pre>

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            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>
          <pre xml:space="preserve">

2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2011-05-20  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* Makefile.in.in (DESTDIR): New variable for all Makefiles, unused in
	this one.</pre>

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            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>
          <pre xml:space="preserve">

2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2012-05-06  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* lispref/macros.texi (Expansion):
	Cross-reference to documentation of #'cl-prettyexpand, #'defmacro*
	when talking about #'macroexpand.

2012-05-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* lispref/searching.texi (Regular Expressions):
	* lispref/searching.texi (Syntax of Regexps):
	* lispref/searching.texi (Char Classes):
	* lispref/searching.texi (Regexp Example):
	Document the predefined character classes in this file.

2011-12-30  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl.texi (Top):
	* cl.texi (Usage):
	* cl.texi (Organization):
	* cl.texi (Efficiency Concerns):
	* cl.texi (Common Lisp Compatibility):
	Remove documentation of cl-compat, now it's deleted.

2011-12-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* internals/internals.texi (Basic Lisp Modules):
	Document sequence.c here too.

2011-10-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* lispref/lists.texi (Association Lists):
	Don't document #'remassoc, #'remassq and friends in detail;
	they're XEmacs-specific and (delete* ... :key #'car) is
	preferable.

2011-10-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* internals/internals.texi (Top):
	* internals/internals.texi (Authorship of XEmacs):
	* internals/internals.texi (Modules for Other Aspects of the Lisp Interpreter and Object System):
	* internals/internals.texi (Introduction to Writing C Code):
	* internals/internals.texi (Working with Lisp Objects):
	* internals/internals.texi (Adding Global Lisp Variables):
	* internals/internals.texi (The XEmacs Object System (Abstractly Speaking)):
	* internals/internals.texi (How Lisp Objects Are Represented in C):
	* internals/internals.texi (Allocation of Objects in XEmacs Lisp):
	* internals/internals.texi (Introduction to Allocation):
	* internals/internals.texi (GCPROing):
	* internals/internals.texi (mark_object):
	* internals/internals.texi (sweep_bit_vectors_1):
	* internals/internals.texi (Fixnums and Characters):
	* internals/internals.texi (Future Work -- Unicode):
	Say fixnum rather than integer when specifically talking about
	fixed-width Lisp integers.

2011-10-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* internals/internals.texi (How Lisp Objects Are Represented in C):
	* internals/internals.texi (Integers and Characters):
	Mechanically change INT to FIXNUM, where the usage describes non-bignum
	Lisp integers.

2011-09-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl.texi (Function Bindings):
	Move #'labels first, describe it in more detail, explaining that
	it is to be preferred over #'flet, and explaining why.
	Explain that dynamic bindings with #'flet will also not work when
	functions are accessed through their bytecodes.

2011-08-14  Mike Sperber  &lt;mike@xemacs.org&gt;

	* xemacs-faq.texi:
	* xemacs/packages.texi: Reflect change of location of packages
	from lib/ to share/.

2011-08-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* cl.texi (Argument Lists):
	* cl.texi (Time of Evaluation):
	* cl.texi (Type Predicates):
	* cl.texi (Assignment):
	* cl.texi (Basic Setf):
	* cl.texi (Modify Macros):
	* cl.texi (Customizing Setf):
	* cl.texi (Dynamic Bindings):
	* cl.texi (Lexical Bindings):
	* cl.texi (Function Bindings):
	* cl.texi (Macro Bindings):
	* cl.texi (Conditionals):
	* cl.texi (Blocks and Exits):
	* cl.texi (Iteration):
	* cl.texi (Loop Basics):
	* cl.texi (Macros):
	* cl.texi (Declarations):
	* cl.texi (Property Lists):
	* cl.texi (Structures):
	* cl.texi (Assertions):
	* cl.texi (Efficiency Concerns):
	* lispref/compile.texi (Eval During Compile):
	* lispref/compile.texi (Compiled-Function Objects):
	* lispref/eval.texi (Multiple values):
	* lispref/frames.texi (Input Focus):
	* lispref/internationalization.texi (Level 3 Primitives):
	* lispref/positions.texi (Excursions):
	* lispref/positions.texi (Narrowing):
	* lispref/searching.texi (Saving Match Data):
	* lispref/specifiers.texi (Adding Specifications):
	* lispref/windows.texi:
	Correct the manuals to avoid using the term "special operator" when
	#'special-operator-p would give nil.

2011-08-08  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* internals/internals.texi (Mercurial Techniques): New.
	(Mercurial Basics): New.
	(Preserving Existing Changes with Mercurial Queues): New.
	(Top): Update menus.
	(Regression Testing XEmacs): Update node pointers.
	(CVS Techniques): Update node pointers.  Note obsolescence of CVS.
	Add @ref to Mercurial Techniques.

2011-06-25  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* lispref/os.texi (Translating Input):
	Document the just-added function-key-map-parent.

2011-05-20  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* Makefile (DESTDIR): New variable for all Makefiles, unused in	this
	one.</pre>

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2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2011-10-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_conn_defaults):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_client_encoding):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_set_client_encoding):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_pgconn):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_ntuples):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_nfields):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_fname):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_fnumber):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_ftype):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_fsize):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_fmod):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_get_value):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_get_length):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_get_is_null):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_oid_value):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_set_nonblocking):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_flush):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_notifies):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_env_2_encoding):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_lo_import):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_lo_export):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_get_line):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (Fpq_get_line_async):
	* postgresql/postgresql.c (init_postgresql_from_environment):
	* ldap/eldap.c (Fldap_open):
	* ldap/eldap.c (Fldap_search_basic):
	* ldap/eldap.c (Fldap_add):
	* ldap/eldap.c (Fldap_modify):
	* canna/canna_api.c (storeResults):
	* canna/canna_api.c (Fcanna_initialize):
	* canna/canna_api.c (Fcanna_set_width):
	* canna/canna_api.c (Fcanna_change_mode):
	* canna/canna_api.c (Fcanna_do_function):
	* canna/canna_api.c (Fcanna_henkan_next):
	* canna/canna_api.c (Fcanna_bunsetu_henkou):
	* canna/canna_api.c (Fcanna_henkan_kakutei):
	Mechanically change INT to FIXNUM, where the usage describes non-bignum
	Lisp integers. See the src/ChangeLog entry for more details.

2011-05-20  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* base64/Makefile: Default DESTDIR to the empty string, and use it in
	install targets.
	* common/Makefile.common: Ditto.
	* external/Makefile.in.in: Ditto.
	* zlib/Makefile: Ditto.</pre>

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            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
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2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2011-12-08  Vin Shelton  &lt;acs@xemacs.org&gt;

	* xemacs.mak: Added sequence.obj to the object list, per Aidan's
	latest check-in.

2011-11-28  Vin Shelton  &lt;acs@xemacs.org&gt;

	* config.inc.samp: Update version number for png, zlib, jpeg and tiff.
	* xemacs.mak: Add rules for building texinfo.info.</pre>

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2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2012-05-14  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* minibuf.c (Ftest_completion):
	Correct some documentation here.

2012-05-07  Jeff Sparkes  &lt;jsparkes@gmail.com&gt;

	* search.c (skip_chars): Add cast to Ibyte *.

2012-05-06  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* eval.c:
	* eval.c (Fmacroexpand):
	Don't prepend any supplied environment to
	Vbyte_compile_macro_environment, leave that up to our callers
	(that's what the &amp;environment argument is for).
	Document that one should normally access
	byte-compile-macro-environment using the &amp;environment lambda list
	keyword.

2012-05-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* regex.c:
	Move various #defines and enums to regex.h, since we need them
	when implementing #'skip-chars-{backward,forward}.
	* regex.c (re_wctype):
	* regex.c (re_iswctype):
	Be more robust about case insensitivity here.
	* regex.c (regex_compile):
	* regex.h:
	* regex.h (RE_ISWCTYPE_ARG_DECL):
	* regex.h (CHAR_CLASS_MAX_LENGTH):
	* search.c (skip_chars):
	Implement support for the predefined character classes in this
	function.

2012-04-25  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* search.c (string_match_1): Actually use the POSIX argument here,
	pass it to compile_pattern(). Thank you for the bug report, Ilya
	Shlyakhter!

2012-04-21  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	Support non-ASCII correctly in character classes ([:alnum:] and
	friends).

	* regex.c:
	* regex.c (ISBLANK, ISUNIBYTE): New. Make these and friends
	independent of the locale, since we want them to be consistent in
	XEmacs.
	* regex.c (print_partial_compiled_pattern): Print the flags for
	charset_mule; don't print non-ASCII as the character values in
	ranges, this breaks with locales.
	* regex.c (enum):
	Define various flags the charset_mule and charset_mule_not opcodes
	can now take.
	* regex.c (CHAR_CLASS_MAX_LENGTH): Update this.
	* regex.c (re_iswctype, re_wctype): New, from GNU.
	* regex.c (re_wctype_can_match_non_ascii): New; used when deciding
	on whether to use charset_mule or the ASCII-only regex character
	set opcode.
	* regex.c (regex_compile):
	Error correctly on long, non-existent character class names.
	Break out the handling of charsets that can match non-ASCII into a
	separate clause. Use compile_char_class when compiling character
	classes.
	* regex.c (compile_char_class): New. Used in regex_compile when
	compiling character sets that may match non-ASCII.
	* regex.c (re_compile_fastmap):
	If there are flags set for charset_mule or charset_mule_not, we
	can't use the fastmap (since we need to check syntax table values
	that aren't available there).
	* regex.c (re_match_2_internal):
	Check the new flags passed to the charset_mule{,_not} opcode,
	observe them if appropriate.
	* regex.h:
	* regex.h (enum):
	Expose re_wctype_t here, imported from GNU.

2012-04-21  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* regex.h (RE_SYNTAX_EMACS):
	Turn on character classes ([:alnum:] and friends) by default. This
	implementation is incomplete, am working on a version that handles
	non-ASCII characters correctly.

2012-02-12  Vin Shelton  &lt;acs@xemacs.org&gt;

	* sysproc.h: As of Cygwin 1.7.10, /usr/include/process.h has moved
	to /usr/include/cygwin/process.h, so sysproc.h could no longer
	find it.  It wasn't needed anyway, so remove the include under
	cygwin.

2012-04-14  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* number-mp.c (bignum_ceil): Remove a redundant double division
	from this function.

2012-01-08  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* device-x.c:
	* device-x.c (syms_of_device_x):
	Move #'x-keysym-on-keyboard{,-sans-modifiers}-p to Lisp, the hash
	table no longer stores the X keysyms, so we need to manipulate any
	strings we have been handed.
	* event-Xt.c (x_has_keysym):
	Don't call XKeysymToString() here, it leaks; trust
	x_keysym_to_emacs_keysym() instead.
	* event-Xt.c (x_keysym_to_emacs_keysym):
	No longer leak when looking up the strings for keysyms of the form
	UABCD.

2012-01-03  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* faces.c (complex_vars_of_faces): Add missing foreback specifier
	values to the GUI Element face.

2012-01-01  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	Add #'test-completion, API from GNU.
	Accept hash table COLLECTIONs in it and in the other
	completion-oriented functions, #'try-completion,
	#'all-completions, and those Lisp functions implemented in terms
	of them.

	* lisp.h: Update the prototype of map_obarray(), making FN
	compatible with the FUNCTION argument of elisp_maphash();

	* abbrev.c (abbrev_match_mapper):
	* abbrev.c (record_symbol):
	* doc.c (verify_doc_mapper):
	* symbols.c (mapatoms_1):
	* symbols.c (apropos_mapper):
	Update these mapper functions to reflect the new argument to
	map_obarray().

	* symbols.c (map_obarray):
	Call FN with two arguments, the string name of the symbol, and the
	symbol itself, for API (mapper) compatibility with
	elisp_maphash().

	* minibuf.c (map_completion): New. Map a maphash_function_t across
	a non function COLLECTION, as appropriate for #'try-completion and
	friends.
	* minibuf.c (map_completion_list): New. Map a maphash_function_t
	across a pseudo-alist, as appropriate for the completion
	functions. 
	* minibuf.c (ignore_completion_p): PRED needs to be called with
	two args if and only if the collection is a hash table. Implement
	this.
	* minibuf.c (try_completion_mapper): New. The loop body of
	#'try-completion, refactored out.
	* minibuf.c (Ftry_completion): Use try_completion_mapper(),
	map_completion(). 
	* minibuf.c (all_completions_mapper): New. The loop body of
	#'all-completions, refactored out.
	* minibuf.c (Fall_completions): Use all_completions_mapper(),
	map_completion().
	* minibuf.c (test_completion_mapper): New. The loop body of
	#'test-completion. 
	* minibuf.c (Ftest_completion): New, API from GNU.
	* minibuf.c (syms_of_minibuf): Make Ftest_completion available.

2011-12-30  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* eval.c (Fmacroexpand):
	Don't cons if ENVIRONMENT is the same object as
	byte-compile-macro-environment.
	Always look up symbol- and other macros in the (possibly modified)
	byte-compile-macro-environment, not the supplied ENVIRONMENT.
	byte-compile-macro-environment reflects ENVIRONMENT, so that's OK
	and preferred.

2011-12-28  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* .gdbinit.in.in: fix symbol and string printing with pobj and NEW_GC.

2011-12-28  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* lisp-disunion.h (make_fixnum): avoid losing bits off the left end
	if the value is of large magnitude and narrow type.
	(make_char_1): ditto.

2011-12-28  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* console-impl.h (struct console_methods): Have the text_width
	methods expect a frame instead of a window pointer.
	* console-stream.c (stream_text_width):
	* redisplay-msw.c (mswindows_text_width):
	* redisplay-tty.c (tty_text_width):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_text_width): Update accordingly.
	* redisplay-msw.c (mswindows_output_string):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_string):
	* redisplay.c (redisplay_window_text_width_ichar_string):
	* redisplay.c (redisplay_text_width_string): Update the callers.
	This also fixes an uncertainty about always getting a window from
	a domain.

2011-12-28  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_text_width_single_run): Get only
	what's needed as argument: an XLIKE_DISPLAY instead of a frame
	pointer.
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_text_width):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_string): Update accordingly.
	Use the generic XLIKE_ name instead of the specific x_ one.

2011-12-27  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* glyphs.c (update_image_instance):
	* glyphs.c (image_instantiate): More comments about the current
	glyphs cache coherency problem.

2011-12-27  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* faces.c: Add a comment about the way background pixmaps are
	handled right now, just above MAYBE_UNFROB_BACKGROUND_PIXMAP.

2011-12-27  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* faces.h (struct Lisp_Face): New 'foreback slot.
	* faces.h (struct face_cachel): New 'foreback and
	'foreback_specified slots.
	* faces.h (WINDOW_FACE_CACHEL_FOREBACK):
	* faces.h (FACE_FOREBACK): New macros.
	* faces.c: Declare Qforeback.
	* lisp.h: Externalize it.
	* faces.c (syms_of_faces): Define it.
	* faces.c (vars_of_faces): Update built-in face specifiers.
	* faces.c (complex_vars_of_faces): Update specifier fallbacks.
	* faces.c (mark_face):
	* faces.c (face_equal):
	* faces.c (face_getprop):
	* faces.c (face_putprop):
	* faces.c (face_remprop):
	* faces.c (face_plist):
	* faces.c (reset_face):
	* faces.c (update_face_inheritance_mapper):
	* faces.c (Fmake_face):
	* faces.c (mark_face_cachels):
	* faces.c (update_face_cachel_data):
	* faces.c (merge_face_cachel_data):
	* faces.c (reset_face_cachel):
	* faces.c (face_property_was_changed):
	* faces.c (Fcopy_face):
	* fontcolor.c (face_color_validate): Handle the foreback property.
	* redisplay-msw.c (mswindows_output_blank):
	* redisplay-msw.c (mswindows_output_string):
	* redisplay-output.c (redisplay_clear_region):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_string):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_blank): Use the face's
	foreback color instead of the foreground one for drawing a
	background bitmap.

2011-12-27  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_blank): Fix comment typo.

2011-12-26  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* lisp.h:
	* faces.c (mark_face):
	* faces.c (face_equal):
	* faces.c (face_getprop):
	* faces.c (face_putprop):
	* faces.c (face_remprop):
	* faces.c (face_plist):
	* faces.c (reset_face):
	* faces.c (update_face_inheritance_mapper):
	* faces.c (Fmake_face):
	* faces.c (update_face_cachel_data):
	* faces.c (merge_face_cachel_data):
	* faces.c (Fcopy_face):
	* faces.c (syms_of_faces):
	* faces.c (vars_of_faces):
	* faces.c (complex_vars_of_faces):
	* faces.h (struct Lisp_Face):
	* faces.h (struct face_cachel):
	* faces.h (WINDOW_FACE_CACHEL_SHRINK_P):
	* faces.h (FACE_SHRINK_P):
	* fontcolor.c (face_boolean_validate): Replace the 'flush property
	with the opposite 'shrink one.
	* redisplay.c (create_text_block):
	* redisplay.c (create_string_text_block): Ditto. Invert the logic
	for storing a new clear_findex in the display lines.

2011-12-23  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* faces.h (struct Lisp_Face): New 'flush slot.
	* faces.h (struct face_cachel): New 'flush and 'flush_specified
	flags.
	* faces.h (WINDOW_FACE_CACHEL_FLUSH_P):
	* faces.h (FACE_FLUSH_P): New macros.
	* faces.c: Declare Qflush.
	* lisp.h: Externalize it.
	* faces.c (syms_of_faces): Define it.
	* faces.c (vars_of_faces): Update built-in face specifiers.
	* faces.c (complex_vars_of_faces): Update specifier fallbacks.
	* faces.c (mark_face):
	* faces.c (face_equal):
	* faces.c (face_getprop):
	* faces.c (face_putprop):
	* faces.c (face_remprop):
	* faces.c (face_plist):
	* faces.c (reset_face):
	* faces.c (update_face_inheritance_mapper):
	* faces.c (Fmake_face):
	* faces.c (update_face_cachel_data):
	* faces.c (merge_face_cachel_data):
	* faces.c (Fcopy_face):
	* fontcolor.c (face_boolean_validate): Handle the flush property.
	* redisplay.h (struct display_line): Rename 'default_findex slot to
	clearer name 'clear_findex.
	* redisplay.h (DISPLAY_LINE_INIT): Update accordingly.
	* redisplay-output.c (compare_display_blocks):
	* redisplay-output.c (output_display_line):
	* redisplay-output.c (redisplay_output_window):
	* redisplay.c (regenerate_window_extents_only_changed):
	* redisplay.c (regenerate_window_incrementally): Update the
	comparison tests between the current and desired display lines to
	cope for different 'clear_findex values.	
	* redisplay.c (create_text_block): Initialize the display line's
	'clear_findex slot to DEFAULT_INDEX. Record a new 'clear_findex
	value when we encounter a newline character displayed in a flushed
	face.
	* redisplay.c (create_string_text_block): Record a new
	'clear_findex value when we encounter a newline character
	displayed in a flushed face.

2011-12-22  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* select-gtk.c (vars_of_select_gtk):
	* select-x.c:
	* select-x.c (x_handle_selection_request):
	* select-x.c (syms_of_select_x):
	* select-x.c (vars_of_select_x):
	* select.c:
	* select.c (handle_selection_clear):
	* select.c (syms_of_select):
	* select.c (vars_of_select):
	Use va_run_hooks_with_args for x-sent-selection-hooks
	and lost-selection-hooks, instead of rolling our own.

2011-12-22  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* eval.c (Fmacroexpand): Rename Fmacroexpand_internal, add the
	functionality that used to be in #'cl-macroexpand--it makes no
	sense for us, and needlessly slows things down, to have two
	separate functions.
	* eval.c:
	* eval.c (syms_of_eval):
	Move byte-compile-macro-environment here, now it's used by
	#'macroexpand.

2011-12-10  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* lread.c (read1): Add the zero, *then* flush, when reading an
	integer into Vread_buffer_stream.

2011-12-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* Makefile.in.in (objs):
	* depend:
	Add sequence.o to the list of objects and dependencies.

	* alloc.c:
	* alloc.c (mark_bit_vector):
	* alloc.c (print_bit_vector):
	* alloc.c (bit_vector_equal):
	* alloc.c (internal_bit_vector_equalp_hash):
	* alloc.c (bit_vector_hash):
	* alloc.c (init_alloc_once_early):
	Move the implementation of the bit vector type here from fns.c. 

	* emacs.c (main_1):
	Call syms_of_sequence() here, now sequence.c is included.

	* fns.c (Fold_rassq):
	Move this together with the rest of the Fold_* functions.
	* fns.c:
	* fns.c (syms_of_fns):
	Move most functions dealing with sequences generally, and
	especially those taking key arguments, to a separate file,
	sequence.c.

	* general-slots.h:
	Qyes_or_no_p belong here, not fns.c.

	* lisp.h:
	Make Flist_length available here, it's used by sequence.c

	* sequence.c:
	* sequence.c (check_sequence_range):
	* sequence.c (Flength):
	* sequence.c (check_other_nokey):
	* sequence.c (check_other_key):
	* sequence.c (check_if_key):
	* sequence.c (check_match_eq_key):
	* sequence.c (check_match_eql_key):
	* sequence.c (check_match_equal_key):
	* sequence.c (check_match_equalp_key):
	* sequence.c (check_match_other_key):
	* sequence.c (check_lss_key):
	* sequence.c (check_lss_key_car):
	* sequence.c (check_string_lessp_key):
	* sequence.c (check_string_lessp_key_car):
	* sequence.c (get_check_match_function_1):
	* sequence.c (get_merge_predicate):
	* sequence.c (count_with_tail):
	* sequence.c (list_count_from_end):
	* sequence.c (string_count_from_end):
	* sequence.c (Fcount):
	* sequence.c (Fsubseq):
	* sequence.c (list_position_cons_before):
	* sequence.c (FmemberX):
	* sequence.c (Fadjoin):
	* sequence.c (FassocX):
	* sequence.c (FrassocX):
	* sequence.c (position):
	* sequence.c (Fposition):
	* sequence.c (Ffind):
	* sequence.c (delq_no_quit_and_free_cons):
	* sequence.c (FdeleteX):
	* sequence.c (FremoveX):
	* sequence.c (list_delete_duplicates_from_end):
	* sequence.c (Fdelete_duplicates):
	* sequence.c (Fremove_duplicates):
	* sequence.c (Fnreverse):
	* sequence.c (Freverse):
	* sequence.c (list_merge):
	* sequence.c (array_merge):
	* sequence.c (list_array_merge_into_list):
	* sequence.c (list_list_merge_into_array):
	* sequence.c (list_array_merge_into_array):
	* sequence.c (Fmerge):
	* sequence.c (list_sort):
	* sequence.c (array_sort):
	* sequence.c (FsortX):
	* sequence.c (Ffill):
	* sequence.c (mapcarX):
	* sequence.c (shortest_length_among_sequences):
	* sequence.c (Fmapconcat):
	* sequence.c (FmapcarX):
	* sequence.c (Fmapvector):
	* sequence.c (Fmapcan):
	* sequence.c (Fmap):
	* sequence.c (Fmap_into):
	* sequence.c (Fsome):
	* sequence.c (Fevery):
	* sequence.c (Freduce):
	* sequence.c (replace_string_range_1):
	* sequence.c (Freplace):
	* sequence.c (Fnsubstitute):
	* sequence.c (Fsubstitute):
	* sequence.c (subst):
	* sequence.c (sublis):
	* sequence.c (Fsublis):
	* sequence.c (nsublis):
	* sequence.c (Fnsublis):
	* sequence.c (Fsubst):
	* sequence.c (Fnsubst):
	* sequence.c (tree_equal):
	* sequence.c (Ftree_equal):
	* sequence.c (mismatch_from_end):
	* sequence.c (mismatch_list_list):
	* sequence.c (mismatch_list_string):
	* sequence.c (mismatch_list_array):
	* sequence.c (mismatch_string_array):
	* sequence.c (mismatch_string_string):
	* sequence.c (mismatch_array_array):
	* sequence.c (get_mismatch_func):
	* sequence.c (Fmismatch):
	* sequence.c (Fsearch):
	* sequence.c (venn):
	* sequence.c (nvenn):
	* sequence.c (Funion):
	* sequence.c (Fset_exclusive_or):
	* sequence.c (Fnset_exclusive_or):
	* sequence.c (syms_of_sequence):
	Add this file, containing those general functions that dealt with
	sequences that were in fns.c.

	* symsinit.h:
	Make syms_of_sequence() available here.

2011-12-03  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* lread.c (read1):
	Zero-terminate what we're giving to parse_integer(), it needs it
	if it's calling bignum_set_string().

2011-12-03  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* lread.c (read1):
	Don't wrap when reading expressions that use bignums as object
	labels, that can lead to ambiguity and it's not actually that hard
	to use parse_integer() to avoid it.

2011-11-26  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* number-mp.c (bignum_to_string):
	Don't overwrite the accumulator we've just set up for this
	function.

	* number-mp.c (BIGNUM_TO_TYPE):
	mp_itom() doesn't necessarily do what this code used to think with
	negative numbers, it can treat them as unsigned ints. Subtract
	numbers from bignum_zero instead of multiplying them by -1 to
	convert them to their negative equivalents.

	* number-mp.c (bignum_to_int):
	* number-mp.c (bignum_to_uint):
	* number-mp.c (bignum_to_long):
	* number-mp.c (bignum_to_ulong):
	* number-mp.c (bignum_to_double):
	Use the changed BIGNUM_TO_TYPE() in these functions.

	* number-mp.c (bignum_ceil):
	* number-mp.c (bignum_floor):
	In these functions, be more careful about rounding to positive and
	negative infinity, respectively. Don't use the sign of QUOTIENT
	when working out out whether to add or subtract one, rather use
	the sign QUOTIENT would have if arbitrary-precision division were
	done.

	* number-mp.h:
	* number-mp.h (MP_GCD):
	Wrap #include &lt;mp.h&gt; in BEGIN_C_DECLS/END_C_DECLS.

	* number.c (Fbigfloat_get_precision):
	* number.c (Fbigfloat_set_precision):
	Don't attempt to call XBIGFLOAT_GET_PREC if this build doesn't
	support big floats.

2011-11-21  Marcus Crestani  &lt;crestani@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de&gt;

	* .dbxrc.in: Move from etc/.dbxrc.in.

2011-11-21  Marcus Crestani  &lt;crestani@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de&gt;

	* .gdbinit.in.in: There is no lrecord_type_lcrecord_list when
	using the new garbage collector; print $lrecord_type when Lisp
	Object type is unknown to pobj.

2011-11-13  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* doc.c (Fbuilt_in_symbol_file):
	Don't attempt to take file information from lazy docstring
	information in compiled functions; those functions are not
	built-in, and as such it's appropriate to give nil.
	Fix some indentation in passing.

2011-10-29  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	Prevent SIGPIPEs in deactivate_process().

	* process.c (deactivate_process):
	Use Lstream_close_noflush on output pipe instead of Lstream_close.

	* lstream.c (Lstream_close_noflush):
	New.  Factored out of Lstream_close.
	(Lstream_close): Use Lstream_close_noflush.

	* lstream.h (Lstream_close_noflush): Declare it.

2011-10-29  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	Prevent assert at frame.c, l. 6311 by initializing glyph cachels.

	* frame.c (Fmake_frame): Ensure that reset_glyph_cachels gets called.
	(setup_minibuffer_frame): Improve header comment.

	* redisplay.c (redisplay_window): Update comment.
	Remove code checking for uninitialized face_cachels and glyph_cachels.
	Can't happen in theory, and guarded by asserts in practice.

	* window.c (allocate_window): Update comment on reset_*_cachels.

2011-10-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* fns.c (remassoc_no_quit):
	* fns.c (remrassq_no_quit):
	* fns.c (syms_of_fns):
	* fontcolor-tty.c (Fregister_tty_color):
	* fontcolor-tty.c (Funregister_tty_color):
	* fontcolor-tty.c (Ffind_tty_color):
	* lisp.h:
	Remove Fremassq, Fremrassq, Fremassoc, Fremrassoc, they're
	XEmacs-specific functions and Lisp callers should use (delete*
	... :key #'car) anyway. Keep the non-Lisp-visible _no_quit
	versions, calling FdeleteX from C with the appropriate arguments
	is ungainly.

2011-10-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	Do a couple of non-mechanical things that would otherwise have
	been included in the last change.
	* data.c:
	* data.c (Ftype_of):
	Return Qfixnum for fixnums, not Qinteger.
	* lisp.h (MOST_POSITIVE_FIXNUM):
	Delete an obsolete comment here.

2011-10-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* EmacsFrame.c (EmacsFrameSetValues):
	* README:
	* abbrev.c (Fexpand_abbrev):
	* abbrev.c (write_abbrev):
	* abbrev.c (describe_abbrev):
	* alloc.c (Fmake_list):
	* alloc.c (Fmake_vector):
	* alloc.c (Fmake_bit_vector):
	* alloc.c (Fmake_byte_code):
	* alloc.c (string_plist_ptr):
	* alloc.c (Fmake_string):
	* alloc.c (gc_plist_hack):
	* alloc.c (garbage_collection_statistics):
	* alloc.c (Fobject_memory_usage):
	* alloc.c (Ftotal_object_memory_usage):
	* alloc.c (Fconsing_since_gc):
	* alloc.c (Fmemory_limit):
	* alloc.c (Ftotal_memory_usage):
	* alloc.c (common_init_alloc_early):
	* buffer.c (finish_init_buffer):
	* buffer.c (MARKED_SLOT):
	* buffer.c (Fbuffer_modified_tick):
	* buffer.c (set_buffer_internal):
	* buffer.c (ADD_INT):
	* buffer.c (Fstring_char_byte_converion_info):
	* buffer.c (common_init_complex_vars_of_buffer):
	* buffer.c (complex_vars_of_buffer):
	* buffer.h:
	* buffer.h (make_charbpos):
	* bytecode.c:
	* bytecode.c (meter_code):
	* bytecode.c (bytecode_negate):
	* bytecode.c (bytecode_arithcompare):
	* bytecode.c (bytecode_arithop):
	* bytecode.c (UNUSED):
	* bytecode.c (check_opcode):
	* bytecode.c (optimize_compiled_function):
	* bytecode.c (set_compiled_function_documentation):
	* bytecode.c (Fcompiled_function_stack_depth):
	* bytecode.c (Fbyte_code):
	* callint.c (Fcall_interactively):
	* callint.c (Fprefix_numeric_value):
	* callint.c (syms_of_callint):
	* casefiddle.c (casify_word):
	* chartab.c (nsubst_structures_mapper):
	* chartab.c (decode_char_table_range):
	* chartab.c (encode_char_table_range):
	* chartab.c (Fmake_char_table):
	* chartab.c (Fcopy_char_table):
	* chartab.c (check_valid_char_table_value):
	* chartab.c (Fcheck_category_at):
	* chartab.c (Fset_category_table):
	* chartab.c (Fcategory_designator_p):
	* cmdloop.c (top_level_1):
	* cmdloop.c (initial_command_loop):
	* cmdloop.c (initial_error_handler):
	* cmdloop.c (Fcommand_loop_1):
	* cmds.c (Fforward_char):
	* cmds.c (Fbackward_char):
	* cmds.c (Fforward_line):
	* cmds.c (Fpoint_at_bol):
	* cmds.c (Fbeginning_of_line):
	* cmds.c (Fpoint_at_eol):
	* cmds.c (Fend_of_line):
	* cmds.c (Fdelete_char):
	* cmds.c (Fdelete_backward_char):
	* cmds.c (Fself_insert_command):
	* cmds.c (internal_self_insert):
	* console-gtk.c (gtk_perhaps_init_unseen_key_defaults):
	* console-msw.c (Fmswindows_message_box):
	* console-tty.c (tty_init_console):
	* console-x.c (x_canonicalize_console_connection):
	* console.c (delete_console_internal):
	* console.c (Fsuspend_console):
	* console.c (common_init_complex_vars_of_console):
	* console.c (MARKED_SLOT):
	* data.c (eq_with_ebola_notice):
	* data.c (Fsubr_min_args):
	* data.c (Fsubr_max_args):
	* data.c (Fchar_to_int):
	* data.c (Fint_to_char):
	* data.c (Ffixnump):
	* data.c (Faref):
	* data.c (Faset):
	* data.c (number_char_or_marker_to_int_or_double):
	* data.c (number_char_or_marker_to_double):
	* data.c (fixnum_char_or_marker_to_int):
	* data.c (ARITHCOMPARE_MANY):
	* data.c (Fneq):
	* data.c (Fzerop):
	* data.c (word_to_lisp):
	* data.c (lisp_to_word):
	* data.c (Fnumber_to_string):
	* data.c (Fstring_to_number):
	* data.c (Fplus):
	* data.c (Fminus):
	* data.c (Ftimes):
	* data.c (Fdiv):
	* data.c (Fquo):
	* data.c (Fmax):
	* data.c (Fmin):
	* data.c (Flogand):
	* data.c (Flogior):
	* data.c (Flogxor):
	* data.c (Flognot):
	* data.c (Frem):
	* data.c (Fmod):
	* data.c (Fash):
	* data.c (Flsh):
	* data.c (Fadd1):
	* data.c (Fsub1):
	* data.c (vars_of_data):
	* database.c (Fopen_database):
	* debug.c (FROB):
	* debug.c (Fset_debug_class_types_to_check):
	* device-gtk.c (Fgtk_display_visual_depth):
	* device-gtk.c (gtk_device_system_metrics):
	* device-msw.c (build_sysmetrics_cons):
	* device-msw.c (build_devicecaps_cons):
	* device-msw.c (mswindows_device_system_metrics):
	* device-msw.c (FROB):
	* device-msw.c (msprinter_device_system_metrics):
	* device-msw.c (print_dialog_worker):
	* device-msw.c (plist_get_margin):
	* device-msw.c (plist_set_margin):
	* device-msw.c (signal_enum_printer_error):
	* device-msw.c (Fmswindows_printer_list):
	* device-tty.c (tty_device_system_metrics):
	* device-x.c (Fx_get_resource):
	* device-x.c (Fx_display_visual_depth):
	* device-x.c (x_device_system_metrics):
	* device-x.c (Fx_server_version):
	* device-x.c (Fx_valid_keysym_name_p):
	* device.c (delete_device_internal):
	* device.c (Fset_device_baud_rate):
	* device.c (Fdevice_baud_rate):
	* device.c (Fdevice_printer_p):
	* dialog-msw.c (handle_directory_dialog_box):
	* dialog-msw.c (handle_file_dialog_box):
	* dialog-x.c (dbox_selection_callback):
	* dialog-x.c (x_make_dialog_box_internal):
	* dialog-x.c (syms_of_dialog_x):
	* dired.c:
	* dired.c (file_name_completion):
	* dired.c (user_name_completion):
	* dired.c (Ffile_attributes):
	* doc.c (extract_object_file_name):
	* doc.c (unparesseuxify_doc_string):
	* doc.c (get_doc_string):
	* doc.c (get_object_file_name):
	* doc.c (Fbuilt_in_symbol_file):
	* doc.c (Fdocumentation):
	* doc.c (Fdocumentation_property):
	* doc.c (Fsnarf_documentation):
	* doc.c (verify_doc_mapper):
	* doprnt.c (get_doprnt_args):
	* doprnt.c (emacs_doprnt_1):
	* editfns.c (buildmark):
	* editfns.c (Fpoint):
	* editfns.c (Fgoto_char):
	* editfns.c (region_limit):
	* editfns.c (save_excursion_save):
	* editfns.c (Fbuffer_size):
	* editfns.c (Fpoint_min):
	* editfns.c (Fpoint_max):
	* editfns.c (Fuser_login_name):
	* editfns.c (Fuser_uid):
	* editfns.c (Fuser_real_uid):
	* editfns.c (Femacs_pid):
	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time):
	* editfns.c (lisp_to_time):
	* editfns.c (time_to_lisp):
	* editfns.c (Fdecode_time):
	* editfns.c (make_time):
	* editfns.c (Fencode_time):
	* editfns.c (Fcurrent_time_zone):
	* editfns.c (Finsert_char):
	* editfns.c (Fcompare_buffer_substrings):
	* editfns.c (Ftranslate_region):
	* editfns.c (save_restriction_save):
	* elhash.c (lisp_object_general_hash):
	* elhash.c (hash_table_size_validate):
	* elhash.c (decode_hash_table_size):
	* elhash.c (inchash_eq):
	* elhash.c (Fhash_table_count):
	* elhash.c (Fhash_table_size):
	* elhash.c (internal_hash):
	* elhash.c (Fdefine_hash_table_test):
	* elhash.c (vars_of_elhash):
	* emacs.c (make_argc_argv):
	* emacs.c (main_1):
	* emacs.c (Fkill_emacs):
	* emacs.c (vars_of_emacs):
	* emodules.c (Fload_module):
	* emodules.c (module_load_unwind):
	* eval.c:
	* eval.c (Fsetq):
	* eval.c (Fquote):
	* eval.c (Ffunction):
	* eval.c (Fdefmacro):
	* eval.c (Fmacroexpand_internal):
	* eval.c (Fthrow):
	* eval.c (Fcall_with_condition_handler):
	* eval.c (signal_wrong_number_of_arguments_error):
	* eval.c (funcall_compiled_function):
	* eval.c (function_argcount):
	* eval.c (multiple_value_aset):
	* eval.c (multiple_value_aref):
	* eval.c (bind_multiple_value_limits):
	* eval.c (multiple_value_call):
	* eval.c (Fmultiple_value_call):
	* eval.c (multiple_value_list_internal):
	* eval.c (Fbacktrace_debug):
	* eval.c (Fbacktrace):
	* eval.c (Fbacktrace_frame):
	* event-Xt.c (x_handle_sticky_modifiers):
	* event-msw.c (dde_eval_string):
	* event-stream.c (maybe_echo_keys):
	* event-stream.c (lisp_number_to_milliseconds):
	* event-stream.c (Fadd_timeout):
	* event-stream.c (Fdisable_timeout):
	* event-stream.c (Fadd_async_timeout):
	* event-stream.c (Fdisable_async_timeout):
	* event-stream.c (detect_input_pending):
	* event-stream.c (Fnext_event):
	* event-stream.c (Faccept_process_output):
	* event-stream.c (Fsleep_for):
	* event-stream.c (Fsit_for):
	* event-stream.c (Frecent_keys):
	* event-stream.c (Frecent_keys_ring_size):
	* event-stream.c (Fset_recent_keys_ring_size):
	* event-stream.c (Fdispatch_event):
	* event-stream.c (Fcurrent_event_timestamp):
	* event-stream.c (vars_of_event_stream):
	* event-xlike-inc.c (USE_UNICODE_MAP):
	* event-xlike-inc.c (endif):
	* events.c (print_event):
	* events.c (Fmake_event):
	* events.c (nth_of_key_sequence_as_event):
	* events.c (key_sequence_to_event_chain):
	* events.c (Fevent_timestamp):
	* events.c (TIMESTAMP_HALFSPACE):
	* events.c (Fevent_timestamp_lessp):
	* events.c (Fevent_button):
	* events.c (Fevent_modifier_bits):
	* events.c (Fevent_modifiers):
	* events.c (Fevent_window_x_pixel):
	* events.c (Fevent_window_y_pixel):
	* events.c (Fevent_x_pixel):
	* events.c (Fevent_y_pixel):
	* events.c (Fevent_point):
	* events.c (Fevent_closest_point):
	* events.c (Fevent_x):
	* events.c (Fevent_y):
	* events.c (Fevent_modeline_position):
	* events.c (Fevent_glyph_x_pixel):
	* events.c (Fevent_glyph_y_pixel):
	* events.c (Fevent_properties):
	* extents.c:
	* extents.c (print_extent_1):
	* extents.c (extent_endpoint_external):
	* extents.c (Fextent_length):
	* extents.c (Fnext_extent_change):
	* extents.c (Fprevious_extent_change):
	* extents.c (report_extent_modification_mapper):
	* extents.c (memoize_extent_face_internal):
	* extents.c (Fset_extent_priority):
	* extents.c (Fextent_priority):
	* extents.c (Fextent_property):
	* extents.c (extent_properties):
	* extents.c (run_extent_copy_paste_internal):
	* extents.c (next_previous_single_property_change_fn):
	* file-coding.c (default_query_method):
	* file-coding.c (encode_decode_coding_region):
	* file-coding.c (gzip_print):
	* file-coding.c (gzip_putprop):
	* file-coding.c (gzip_getprop):
	* fileio.c (close_file_unwind):
	* fileio.c (Ffile_modes):
	* fileio.c (Fset_file_modes):
	* fileio.c (Fset_default_file_modes):
	* fileio.c (Fdefault_file_modes):
	* fileio.c (build_annotations):
	* fileio.c (a_write):
	* fileio.c (auto_save_error):
	* fileio.c (do_auto_save_unwind):
	* fileio.c (Fdo_auto_save):
	* fileio.c (Fset_buffer_auto_saved):
	* floatfns.c:
	* floatfns.c (extract_float):
	* floatfns.c (Fexpt):
	* floatfns.c (Fabs):
	* floatfns.c (Ffloat):
	* floatfns.c (Flogb):
	* floatfns.c (CONVERT_WITHOUT_NUMBER_TYPES):
	* floatfns.c (MAYBE_CHAR_OR_MARKER):
	* floatfns.c (ceiling_two_fixnum):
	* floatfns.c (ceiling_two_bigfloat):
	* floatfns.c (ceiling_one_bigfloat):
	* floatfns.c (ceiling_one_mundane_arg):
	* floatfns.c (floor_two_fixnum):
	* floatfns.c (floor_two_bigfloat):
	* floatfns.c (floor_one_bigfloat):
	* floatfns.c (round_two_fixnum):
	* floatfns.c (round_two_bigfloat):
	* floatfns.c (round_one_bigfloat):
	* floatfns.c (truncate_two_fixnum):
	* floatfns.c (truncate_two_bigfloat):
	* floatfns.c (truncate_one_bigfloat):
	* floatfns.c (truncate_one_float):
	* fns.c (print_bit_vector):
	* fns.c (get_check_match_function_1):
	* fns.c (Frandom):
	* fns.c (Flength):
	* fns.c (Fsafe_length):
	* fns.c (Flist_length):
	* fns.c (count_with_tail):
	* fns.c (list_count_from_end):
	* fns.c (string_count_from_end):
	* fns.c (Fcompare_strings):
	* fns.c (Fstring_modified_tick):
	* fns.c (bump_string_modiff):
	* fns.c (concat):
	* fns.c (Fsubseq):
	* fns.c (Fnthcdr):
	* fns.c (Felt):
	* fns.c (Flast):
	* fns.c (Fnbutlast):
	* fns.c (Fbutlast):
	* fns.c (list_position_cons_before):
	* fns.c (position):
	* fns.c (FdeleteX):
	* fns.c (FremoveX):
	* fns.c (list_delete_duplicates_from_end):
	* fns.c (Fdelete_duplicates):
	* fns.c (Fremove_duplicates):
	* fns.c (BIT_VECTOR_TO_OBJECT_ARRAY):
	* fns.c (Fmerge):
	* fns.c (list_sort):
	* fns.c (FsortX):
	* fns.c (plists_differ):
	* fns.c (tweaked_internal_equal):
	* fns.c (internal_equal_trapping_problems):
	* fns.c (internal_equalp):
	* fns.c (Ffill):
	* fns.c (mapcarX):
	* fns.c (shortest_length_among_sequences):
	* fns.c (Fmapconcat):
	* fns.c (Freduce):
	* fns.c (replace_string_range_1):
	* fns.c (Freplace):
	* fns.c (Fnsubstitute):
	* fns.c (Fsubstitute):
	* fns.c (mismatch_from_end):
	* fns.c (mismatch_list_list):
	* fns.c (mismatch_list_string):
	* fns.c (mismatch_list_array):
	* fns.c (mismatch_string_array):
	* fns.c (mismatch_string_string):
	* fns.c (mismatch_array_array):
	* fns.c (Fsearch):
	* fns.c (Fload_average):
	* fns.c (Ffeaturep):
	* fns.c (base64_decode_1):
	* fns.c (Fbase64_encode_region):
	* fns.c (Fbase64_decode_region):
	* fns.c (Fbase64_decode_string):
	* font-lock.c (end_of_defun):
	* font-lock.c (Fsyntactically_sectionize):
	* font-mgr.c (Ffc_pattern_add):
	* font-mgr.c (Ffc_pattern_get):
	* font-mgr.c (Ffc_config_get_rescan_interval):
	* font-mgr.c (Ffc_config_set_rescan_interval):
	* font-mgr.c (Ffc_get_version):
	* font-mgr.c (Ffc_init_reinitialize):
	* fontcolor-gtk.c (gtk_color_instance_rgb_components):
	* fontcolor-gtk.c (gtk_valid_color_name_p):
	* fontcolor-msw.c (mswindows_color_instance_rgb_components):
	* fontcolor-msw.c (mswindows_valid_color_name_p):
	* fontcolor-x.c (x_color_instance_rgb_components):
	* fontcolor-x.c (x_font_instance_properties):
	* fontcolor-x.c (x_font_list):
	* fontcolor.c (Ffont_instance_ascent):
	* fontcolor.c (Ffont_instance_descent):
	* fontcolor.c (Ffont_instance_width):
	* fontcolor.c (Ffont_instance_proportional_p):
	* frame-gtk.c (gtk_frame_property):
	* frame-gtk.c (gtk_frame_properties):
	* frame-gtk.c (gtk_set_frame_properties):
	* frame-impl.h (FRAME_SCROLLBAR_WIDTH):
	* frame-impl.h (FRAME_RAW_THEORETICAL_TOOLBAR_SIZE):
	* frame-impl.h (FRAME_RAW_REAL_TOOLBAR_BORDER_WIDTH):
	* frame-msw.c (mswindows_init_frame_1):
	* frame-msw.c (mswindows_frame_property):
	* frame-msw.c (mswindows_frame_properties):
	* frame-msw.c (mswindows_set_frame_properties):
	* frame-msw.c (msprinter_frame_property):
	* frame-msw.c (msprinter_frame_properties):
	* frame-msw.c (msprinter_set_frame_properties):
	* frame-tty.c:
	* frame-tty.c (tty_frame_property):
	* frame-tty.c (tty_frame_properties):
	* frame-x.c (x_frame_property):
	* frame-x.c (x_frame_properties):
	* frame-x.c (x_set_frame_properties):
	* frame.c (Fmake_frame):
	* frame.c (delete_frame_internal):
	* frame.c (Fmouse_pixel_position):
	* frame.c (Fmouse_position):
	* frame.c (Fset_mouse_position):
	* frame.c (Fset_mouse_pixel_position):
	* frame.c (Fprint_job_page_number):
	* frame.c (Fframe_modified_tick):
	* frame.c (Fframe_property):
	* frame.c (Fframe_properties):
	* frame.c (Fframe_pixel_height):
	* frame.c (Fframe_displayable_pixel_height):
	* frame.c (Fframe_pixel_width):
	* frame.c (Fframe_displayable_pixel_width):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_height):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_pixel_height):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_displayable_pixel_height):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_width):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_pixel_width):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_displayable_pixel_width):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_size):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_pixel_size):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_displayable_pixel_size):
	* frame.c (Fset_frame_position):
	* frame.c (adjust_frame_size):
	* free-hook.c (Freally_free):
	* free-hook.c (really_free_one_entry):
	* glyphs-eimage.c (gif_instantiate):
	* glyphs-eimage.c (GETCOLOR):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (image_instance_convert_to_pointer):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (init_image_instance_from_xbm_inline):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (xbm_instantiate_1):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (gtk_xbm_instantiate):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (gtk_xpm_instantiate):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (check_valid_string_or_int):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (autodetect_normalize):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (gtk_progress_gauge_redisplay):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (gtk_register_gui_item):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (gtk_tab_control_callback):
	* glyphs-gtk.c (BUILD_GLYPH_INST):
	* glyphs-msw.c (init_image_instance_from_dibitmap):
	* glyphs-msw.c (mswindows_initialize_image_instance_icon):
	* glyphs-msw.c (xpm_to_eimage):
	* glyphs-msw.c (resource_name_to_resource):
	* glyphs-msw.c (mswindows_resource_instantiate):
	* glyphs-msw.c (init_image_instance_from_xbm_inline):
	* glyphs-msw.c (xbm_instantiate_1):
	* glyphs-msw.c (mswindows_xbm_instantiate):
	* glyphs-msw.c (mswindows_register_gui_item):
	* glyphs-msw.c (mswindows_subwindow_instantiate):
	* glyphs-msw.c (mswindows_widget_instantiate):
	* glyphs-msw.c (mswindows_progress_gauge_instantiate):
	* glyphs-msw.c (mswindows_progress_gauge_redisplay):
	* glyphs-msw.c (mswindows_control_wnd_proc):
	* glyphs-widget.c:
	* glyphs-widget.c (check_valid_int_or_function):
	* glyphs-widget.c (widget_query_geometry):
	* glyphs-widget.c (widget_instantiate):
	* glyphs-widget.c (layout_update):
	* glyphs-widget.c (layout_query_geometry):
	* glyphs-widget.c (layout_layout):
	* glyphs-widget.c (layout_property):
	* glyphs-widget.c (Fwidget_logical_to_character_width):
	* glyphs-widget.c (Fwidget_logical_to_character_height):
	* glyphs-x.c (image_instance_convert_to_pointer):
	* glyphs-x.c (init_image_instance_from_xbm_inline):
	* glyphs-x.c (xbm_instantiate_1):
	* glyphs-x.c (x_xbm_instantiate):
	* glyphs-x.c (x_xpm_instantiate):
	* glyphs-x.c (autodetect_normalize):
	* glyphs-x.c (x_progress_gauge_redisplay):
	* glyphs-x.c (BUILD_GLYPH_INST):
	* glyphs.c:
	* glyphs.c (process_image_string_instantiator):
	* glyphs.c (check_valid_int):
	* glyphs.c (alist_to_tagged_vector):
	* glyphs.c (normalize_image_instantiator):
	* glyphs.c (print_image_instance):
	* glyphs.c (make_image_instance_1):
	* glyphs.c (Fimage_instance_depth):
	* glyphs.c (Fimage_instance_height):
	* glyphs.c (Fimage_instance_width):
	* glyphs.c (bitmap_to_lisp_data):
	* glyphs.c (xbm_normalize):
	* glyphs.c (pixmap_to_lisp_data):
	* glyphs.c (image_instantiate):
	* glyphs.c (image_going_to_add):
	* glyphs.c (Fglyph_width):
	* glyphs.c (Fglyph_ascent):
	* glyphs.c (Fglyph_descent):
	* glyphs.c (Fglyph_height):
	* glyphs.c (glyph_baseline):
	* glyphs.c (subwindow_instantiate):
	* glyphs.c (Fimage_instance_subwindow_id):
	* glyphs.c (Fresize_subwindow):
	* glyphs.c (disable_glyph_animated_timeout):
	* gpmevent.c (Fgpm_enable):
	* gtk-glue.c (xemacs_list_to_array):
	* gtk-xemacs.c (FROB_FACE):
	* gtk-xemacs.c (smash_scrollbar_specifiers):
	* gtk-xemacs.c (smash_toolbar_specifiers):
	* gui-gtk.c (gcpro_popup_callbacks):
	* gui-gtk.c (ungcpro_popup_callbacks):
	* gui-gtk.c (get_gcpro_popup_callbacks):
	* gui-msw.c (mswindows_handle_gui_wm_command):
	* gui-x.c:
	* gui-x.c (gcpro_popup_callbacks):
	* gui-x.c (ungcpro_popup_callbacks):
	* gui-x.c (popup_handled_p):
	* gui.c (gui_item_id_hash):
	* gutter.c (calculate_gutter_size):
	* gutter.c (Fgutter_pixel_width):
	* gutter.c (Fgutter_pixel_height):
	* gutter.c (gutter_specs_changed_1):
	* gutter.c (gutter_specs_changed):
	* gutter.c (gutter_size_validate):
	* gutter.c (specifier_vars_of_gutter):
	* gutter.h (WINDOW_GUTTER_BORDER_WIDTH):
	* indent.c (last_visible_position):
	* indent.c (column_at_point):
	* indent.c (Fcurrent_column):
	* indent.c (Findent_to):
	* indent.c (byte_spaces_at_point):
	* indent.c (Fcurrent_indentation):
	* indent.c (Fmove_to_column):
	* indent.c (Fcompute_motion):
	* indent.c (vertical_motion_1):
	* indent.c (Fvertical_motion_pixels):
	* indent.c (syms_of_indent):
	* insdel.c (make_gap):
	* insdel.c (signal_before_change):
	* insdel.c (signal_after_change):
	* insdel.c (buffer_insert_string_1):
	* intl-win32.c:
	* intl-win32.c (mswindows_get_code_page_charset):
	* intl-win32.c (Fmswindows_get_locale_info):
	* intl-win32.c (enum_code_page_fn):
	* intl-win32.c (Fmswindows_get_console_code_page):
	* intl-win32.c (Fmswindows_set_console_code_page):
	* intl-win32.c (Fmswindows_get_console_output_code_page):
	* intl-win32.c (Fmswindows_set_console_output_code_page):
	* intl-win32.c (Fmswindows_get_code_page_charset):
	* intl-win32.c (Fmswindows_get_valid_keyboard_layouts):
	* intl-win32.c (Fmswindows_get_keyboard_layout):
	* intl-win32.c (Fmswindows_set_keyboard_layout):
	* intl-win32.c (mswindows_multibyte_to_unicode_putprop):
	* intl-win32.c (mswindows_multibyte_to_unicode_getprop):
	* intl-win32.c (mswindows_multibyte_to_unicode_print):
	* keymap.c (MAKE_MODIFIER_HASH_KEY):
	* keymap.c (print_keymap):
	* keymap.c (get_keyelt):
	* keymap.c (keymap_fullness):
	* keymap.c (Fkeymap_fullness):
	* keymap.c (event_matches_key_specifier_p):
	* keymap.c (ensure_meta_prefix_char_keymapp):
	* keymap.c (Fdefine_key):
	* keymap.c (raw_lookup_key_mapper):
	* keymap.c (lookup_events):
	* keymap.c (get_relevant_keymaps):
	* keymap.c (Fkey_binding):
	* keymap.c (map_keymap_sorted):
	* keymap.c (Faccessible_keymaps):
	* keymap.c (Fkey_description):
	* keymap.c (Fwhere_is_internal):
	* keymap.c (where_is_recursive_mapper):
	* keymap.c (describe_map_tree):
	* keymap.c (describe_command):
	* keymap.c (describe_map_mapper):
	* keymap.c (describe_map_sort_predicate):
	* keymap.c (describe_map):
	* line-number.c (narrow_line_number_cache):
	* line-number.c (get_nearest_line_number):
	* line-number.c (add_position_to_cache):
	* line-number.c (buffer_line_number):
	* lisp-disunion.h:
	* lisp-disunion.h (Lisp_Type_Fixnum_Bit):
	* lisp-disunion.h (make_fixnum):
	* lisp-disunion.h (FIXNUMP):
	* lisp-disunion.h (Qzero):
	* lisp-union.h:
	* lisp-union.h (union Lisp_Object):
	* lisp-union.h (XREALFIXNUM):
	* lisp-union.h (FIXNUMP):
	* lisp.h:
	* lisp.h (enum Lisp_Type):
	* lisp.h (FIXNUM_GCBITS):
	* lisp.h (HACKEQ_UNSAFE):
	* lisp.h (BITP):
	* lisp.h (XFIXNUM):
	* lisp.h (CHECK_FIXNUM):
	* lisp.h (CONCHECK_FIXNUM):
	* lisp.h (XCHAR_OR_FIXNUM):
	* lisp.h (CHAR_INTP):
	* lisp.h (CHECK_CHAR_COERCE_INT):
	* lisp.h (CHECK_FIXNUM_COERCE_CHAR):
	* lisp.h (CHECK_FIXNUM_COERCE_MARKER):
	* lisp.h (CHECK_FIXNUM_COERCE_CHAR_OR_MARKER):
	* lisp.h (XFLOATFIXNUM):
	* lisp.h (CONCHECK_FIXNUM_OR_FLOAT):
	* lisp.h (FIXNUM_OR_FLOATP):
	* lisp.h (PARSE_KEYWORDS):
	* lisp.h (ARRAY_DIMENSION_LIMIT):
	* lread.c (pas_de_holgazan_ici):
	* lread.c (load_force_doc_string_unwind):
	* lread.c (close_load_descs):
	* lread.c (Fload_internal):
	* lread.c (decode_mode_1):
	* lread.c (Feval_region):
	* lread.c (Fread_from_string):
	* lread.c (read_unicode_escape):
	* lread.c (read_atom):
	* lread.c (parse_integer):
	* lread.c (read_structure):
	* lread.c (read1):
	* lread.c (read_vector):
	* lread.c (read_compiled_function):
	* lstream.c (make_lisp_buffer_stream_1):
	* macros.c (Fstart_kbd_macro):
	* macros.c (Fend_kbd_macro):
	* macros.c (pop_kbd_macro_event):
	* macros.c (Fexecute_kbd_macro):
	* marker.c (Fmarker_position):
	* marker.c (set_marker_internal):
	* marker.c (copy_marker_1):
	* marker.c (init_buffer_markers):
	* marker.c (uninit_buffer_markers):
	* mc-alloc.c (Fmc_alloc_memory_usage):
	* mc-alloc.c (syms_of_mc_alloc):
	* menubar-msw.c (allocate_menu_item_id):
	* menubar-msw.c (populate_menu_add_item):
	* menubar-msw.c (mswindows_handle_wm_command):
	* menubar.c (Fcompare_menu_text):
	* minibuf.c:
	* minibuf.c (Fminibuffer_depth):
	* minibuf.c (read_minibuffer_internal_unwind):
	* minibuf.c (Fminibuffer_prompt_width):
	* mule-ccl.c (CCL_CALL_FOR_MAP_INSTRUCTION):
	* mule-ccl.c (CCL_WRITE_STRING):
	* mule-ccl.c (ccl_driver):
	* mule-ccl.c (resolve_symbol_ccl_program):
	* mule-ccl.c (ccl_get_compiled_code):
	* mule-ccl.c (setup_ccl_program):
	* mule-ccl.c (Fccl_execute):
	* mule-ccl.c (vars_of_mule_ccl):
	* mule-charset.c:
	* mule-charset.c (get_unallocated_leading_byte):
	* mule-charset.c (Fmake_charset):
	* mule-charset.c (Fcharset_from_attributes):
	* mule-charset.c (Fcharset_dimension):
	* mule-charset.c (Fcharset_property):
	* mule-charset.c (Fcharset_id):
	* mule-coding.c (Fdecode_shift_jis_char):
	* mule-coding.c (Fencode_shift_jis_char):
	* mule-coding.c (Fdecode_big5_char):
	* mule-coding.c (Fencode_big5_char):
	* mule-coding.c (charset_by_attributes_or_create_one):
	* mule-coding.c (decode_unicode_char):
	* mule-coding.c (fixed_width_skip_chars_data_given_strings):
	* mule-coding.c (fixed_width_query):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_dict_add):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_dict_delete):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_dict_list):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_dict_comment):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_begin_henkan):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_zenkouho):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_get_zenkouho):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_zenkouho_bun):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_zenkouho_suu):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_dai_top):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_dai_end):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_kakutei):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_bunsetu_henkou):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_inspect):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_bunsetu_kanji):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_bunsetu_yomi):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_bunsetu_suu):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_hindo_update):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_word_toroku):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_word_sakujo):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_word_use):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_word_info):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_hindo_set):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_dict_search):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_get_param):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_set_param):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_get_msg):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_hinsi_dicts):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_hinsi_list):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_notrans_dict_add):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_bmodify_dict_add):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_okuri_flag):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_prefix_flag):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_freq_func):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_numeric):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_alphabet):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_symbol):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_version):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (Fwnn_hinsi_number):
	* mule-wnnfns.c (syms_of_mule_wnn):
	* number.c:
	* number.c (Fdenominator):
	* number.c (Fbigfloat_get_precision):
	* number.c (Fbigfloat_set_precision):
	* number.c (default_float_precision_changed):
	* number.c (Fcanonicalize_number):
	* number.c (get_number_type):
	* number.c (promote_args):
	* number.c (Fcoerce_number):
	* number.c (vars_of_number):
	* number.h (INTEGERP):
	* number.h (make_integer):
	* number.h (NATNUMP):
	* number.h (CHECK_NATNUM):
	* print.c (output_string):
	* print.c (print_vector_internal):
	* print.c (print_cons):
	* print.c (print_string):
	* print.c (print_preprocess_inchash_eq):
	* print.c (print_seen_once):
	* print.c (print_nonsymbol_seen_once):
	* print.c (print_sort_get_numbers):
	* print.c (print_gensym_or_circle):
	* print.c (nsubst_structures_descend):
	* print.c (print_internal):
	* print.c (restore_inhibit_non_essential_conversion_operations):
	* print.c (begin_inhibit_non_essential_conversion_operations):
	* print.c (debug_print_enter):
	* print.c (debug_p4):
	* process-nt.c (validate_signal_number):
	* process-nt.c (nt_send_process):
	* process-nt.c (nt_open_network_stream):
	* process-nt.c (Fmswindows_set_process_priority):
	* process-unix.c:
	* process-unix.c (connect_to_file_descriptor):
	* process-unix.c (get_internet_address):
	* process-unix.c (child_setup):
	* process-unix.c (unix_update_status_if_terminated):
	* process-unix.c (unix_reap_exited_processes):
	* process-unix.c (unix_send_process):
	* process-unix.c (unix_kill_child_process):
	* process-unix.c (unix_open_network_stream):
	* process-unix.c (unix_open_multicast_group):
	* process.c (create_process):
	* process.c (Fstart_process_internal):
	* process.c (Fset_process_window_size):
	* process.c (read_process_output):
	* process.c (status_message):
	* process.c (status_notify):
	* process.c (Fprocess_exit_status):
	* process.c (decode_signal):
	* process.c (Fprocess_send_eof):
	* profile.c:
	* profile.c (profile_sow_backtrace):
	* profile.c (profile_reap_backtrace):
	* profile.c (Fstart_profiling):
	* profile.c (get_profiling_info_timing_maphash):
	* profile.c (Fget_profiling_info):
	* profile.c (set_profiling_info_timing_maphash):
	* ralloc.c:
	* ralloc.c (MLVAL):
	* rangetab.c (Fget_range_table):
	* rangetab.c (Fput_range_table):
	* rangetab.c (Fmap_range_table):
	* rangetab.c (rangetab_data_validate):
	* redisplay-msw.c (mswindows_output_vertical_divider):
	* redisplay-output.c (redisplay_move_cursor):
	* redisplay-output.c (redisplay_output_layout):
	* redisplay-output.c (redisplay_output_window):
	* redisplay-output.c (redisplay_redraw_exposed_area_1):
	* redisplay-output.c (redisplay_redraw_exposed_area):
	* redisplay-output.c (bevel_modeline):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_get_gc):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_string):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_vertical_divider):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_blank):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_eol_cursor):
	* redisplay.c (tab_char_width):
	* redisplay.c (add_glyph_rune):
	* redisplay.c (create_text_block):
	* redisplay.c (generate_fstring_runes):
	* redisplay.c (create_string_text_block):
	* redisplay.c (regenerate_window):
	* redisplay.c (regenerate_window_extents_only_changed):
	* redisplay.c (regenerate_window_incrementally):
	* redisplay.c (regenerate_window_point_center):
	* redisplay.c (redisplay_window):
	* redisplay.c (validate_line_start_cache):
	* redisplay.c (update_line_start_cache):
	* scrollbar-gtk.c (scrollbar_cb):
	* scrollbar-msw.c (mswindows_handle_scrollbar_event):
	* scrollbar-x.c (x_update_vertical_scrollbar_callback):
	* scrollbar-x.c (x_update_horizontal_scrollbar_callback):
	* scrollbar.c (scrollbar_reset_cursor):
	* scrollbar.c (Fscrollbar_line_up):
	* scrollbar.c (Fscrollbar_line_down):
	* scrollbar.c (Fscrollbar_page_up):
	* scrollbar.c (Fscrollbar_page_down):
	* scrollbar.c (Fscrollbar_to_bottom):
	* scrollbar.c (Fscrollbar_vertical_drag):
	* scrollbar.c (Fscrollbar_set_hscroll):
	* scrollbar.c (specifier_vars_of_scrollbar):
	* search.c (string_match_1):
	* search.c (skip_chars):
	* search.c (search_command):
	* search.c (Freplace_match):
	* search.c (match_limit):
	* search.c (Fmatch_data):
	* search.c (Fstore_match_data):
	* select-gtk.c (gtk_get_foreign_selection):
	* select-msw.c (x_sym_p):
	* select-msw.c (symbol_to_ms_cf):
	* select-msw.c (ms_cf_to_symbol):
	* select-msw.c (mswindows_own_selection):
	* select-msw.c (mswindows_register_selection_data_type):
	* select-msw.c (mswindows_selection_data_type_name):
	* select-x.c:
	* select-x.c (x_get_foreign_selection):
	* select-x.c (Fx_get_cutbuffer_internal):
	* select-x.c (Fx_rotate_cutbuffers_internal):
	* select-xlike-inc.c (selection_data_to_lisp_data):
	* select-xlike-inc.c (lisp_data_to_selection_data):
	* select.c (Favailable_selection_types):
	* sgiplay.c (close_sound_file):
	* sgiplay.c (play_sound_file):
	* sgiplay.c (restore_audio_port):
	* sgiplay.c (audio_initialize):
	* sgiplay.c (set_channels):
	* sgiplay.c (set_output_format):
	* sound.c (Fplay_sound_file):
	* sound.c (parse_sound_alist_elt):
	* sound.c (Fplay_sound):
	* specifier.c:
	* specifier.c (print_specifier):
	* specifier.c (canonicalize_tag_set):
	* specifier.c (call_charset_predicate):
	* specifier.c (Fdefine_specifier_tag):
	* specifier.c (specifier_instance_1):
	* specifier.c (integer_validate):
	* specifier.h (XFIXNUMEGER_SPECIFIER):
	* symbols.c:
	* symbols.c (Fintern):
	* symbols.c (Fintern_soft):
	* symbols.c (Funintern):
	* symbols.c (oblookup):
	* symbols.c (do_symval_forwarding):
	* symbols.c (set_default_buffer_slot_variable):
	* symbols.c (set_default_console_slot_variable):
	* symbols.c (store_symval_forwarding):
	* symbols.c (Fset):
	* symbols.c (Fsetq_default):
	* symbols.c (symbol_value_buffer_local_info):
	* symbols.c (user_variable_alias_check_fun):
	* symbols.c (Fuser_variable_p):
	* syntax.c (Fsyntax_cache_info):
	* syntax.c (Fset_syntax_table):
	* syntax.c (reset_syntax_cache_range):
	* syntax.c (update_syntax_cache):
	* syntax.c (syntax_match):
	* syntax.c (Fforward_word):
	* syntax.c (Fforward_comment):
	* syntax.c (scan_lists):
	* syntax.c (Fscan_lists):
	* syntax.c (Fscan_sexps):
	* syntax.c (scan_sexps_forward):
	* syntax.c (Fparse_partial_sexp):
	* syntax.c (copy_to_mirrortab):
	* syntax.c (copy_if_not_already_present):
	* syntax.c (update_just_this_syntax_table):
	* syntax.c (define_standard_syntax):
	* syntax.c (SET_RANGE_SYNTAX):
	* syntax.c (complex_vars_of_syntax):
	* syntax.h:
	* sysdep.c:
	* sysdep.c (init_system_name):
	* sysdep.c (get_random):
	* tests.c:
	* tests.c (test_hash_tables_mapper):
	* tests.c (test_hash_tables_modifying_mapper):
	* tests.c (test_hash_tables_predicate):
	* tests.c (Ftest_hash_tables):
	* text.c (get_buffer_pos_char):
	* text.c (get_string_pos_char_1):
	* text.c (non_ascii_valid_ichar_p):
	* text.c (Fmake_char):
	* text.c (Fchar_octet):
	* text.c (Fsplit_char):
	* toolbar-msw.c (allocate_toolbar_item_id):
	* toolbar-msw.c (mswindows_clear_toolbar):
	* toolbar-msw.c (mswindows_output_toolbar):
	* toolbar-msw.c (mswindows_get_toolbar_button_text):
	* toolbar-msw.c (mswindows_handle_toolbar_wm_command):
	* toolbar-xlike.c (__prepare_button_area):
	* toolbar-xlike.c (xlike_get_button_size):
	* toolbar.c (Fcheck_toolbar_button_syntax):
	* toolbar.c (specifier_vars_of_toolbar):
	* tooltalk.c (tooltalk_constant_value):
	* tooltalk.c (Fadd_tooltalk_message_arg):
	* tooltalk.c (Fadd_tooltalk_pattern_arg):
	* tooltalk.c (init_tooltalk):
	* tooltalk.c (MAKE_CONSTANT):
	* tooltalk.c (vars_of_tooltalk):
	* tooltalk.h (CHECK_TOOLTALK_CONSTANT):
	* tooltalk.h (VALID_TOOLTALK_MESSAGEP):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_box_query_child_packing):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_button_box_get_child_size):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_calendar_get_date):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_clist_get_text):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_clist_get_selection):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_clist_get_pixmap):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_clist_get_pixtext):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_editable_insert_text):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_curve_get_vector):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_notebook_query_tab_label_packing):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_widget_get_pointer):
	* ui-byhand.c (generic_toolbar_insert_item):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_toolbar_insert_item):
	* ui-byhand.c (Fgtk_ctree_recurse):
	* ui-gtk.c:
	* ui-gtk.c (import_gtk_enumeration_internal):
	* ui-gtk.c (Fgtk_call_function):
	* ui-gtk.c (__internal_callback_destroy):
	* ui-gtk.c (Fgtk_signal_connect):
	* ui-gtk.c (Fgtk_fundamental_type):
	* ui-gtk.c (Fgtk_object_type):
	* ui-gtk.c (Fgtk_describe_type):
	* ui-gtk.c (gtk_type_to_lisp):
	* ui-gtk.c (lisp_to_gtk_type):
	* ui-gtk.c (lisp_to_gtk_ret_type):
	* ui-gtk.c (get_enumeration):
	* ui-gtk.c (symbol_to_enum):
	* ui-gtk.c (flags_to_list):
	* ui-gtk.c (enum_to_symbol):
	* undo.c (undo_prelude):
	* undo.c (record_insert):
	* undo.c (record_delete):
	* undo.c (record_property_change):
	* undo.c (Fprimitive_undo):
	* unicode.c (unicode_to_ichar):
	* unicode.c (Fchar_to_unicode):
	* unicode.c (Funicode_to_char):
	* unicode.c (add_lisp_string_to_skip_chars_range):
	* unicode.c (unicode_query):
	* unicode.c (vars_of_unicode):
	* win32.c (Fmswindows_shell_execute):
	* window-impl.h (MODELINE_OFF_SHADOW_THICKNESS_ADJUSTED):
	* window-impl.h (MODELINE_SHADOW_THICKNESS):
	* window.c (window_divider_width):
	* window.c (window_scrollbar_width):
	* window.c (window_scrollbar_height):
	* window.c (margin_width_internal):
	* window.c (Fpos_visible_in_window_p):
	* window.c (Fwindow_height):
	* window.c (Fwindow_displayed_height):
	* window.c (Fwindow_pixel_height):
	* window.c (Fwindow_text_area_height):
	* window.c (Fwindow_width):
	* window.c (Fwindow_full_width):
	* window.c (Fwindow_pixel_width):
	* window.c (Fwindow_hscroll):
	* window.c (Fmodeline_hscroll):
	* window.c (Fset_modeline_hscroll):
	* window.c (Fset_window_hscroll):
	* window.c (Fwindow_pixel_edges):
	* window.c (Fwindow_end):
	* window.c (Fwindow_last_line_visible_height):
	* window.c (Fset_window_point):
	* window.c (Fset_window_start):
	* window.c (unshow_buffer):
	* window.c (Fother_window):
	* window.c (window_loop):
	* window.c (buffer_window_count):
	* window.c (Fdelete_other_windows):
	* window.c (Fset_window_buffer):
	* window.c (Fselect_window):
	* window.c (temp_output_buffer_show):
	* window.c (Fsplit_window):
	* window.c (Fenlarge_window):
	* window.c (Fenlarge_window_pixels):
	* window.c (Fshrink_window):
	* window.c (Fshrink_window_pixels):
	* window.c (window_scroll):
	* window.c (Fscroll_left):
	* window.c (Fscroll_right):
	* window.c (Fcenter_to_window_line):
	* window.c (Fmove_to_window_line):
	* window.c (get_current_pixel_pos):
	* window.c (Fcurrent_pixel_column):
	* window.c (Fcurrent_pixel_row):
	* window.c (specifier_vars_of_window):
	* xemacs.def.in.in:
	Mechanically change INT (where it refers to non-bignum Lisp
	integers) to FIXNUM in our sources. Done for the following
	functions, enums, and macros: Lisp_Type_Int_Even,
	Lisp_Type_Int_Odd, INT_GCBITS, INT_VALBITS, make_int(), INTP(),
	XINT(), CHECK_INT(), XREALINT(), INT_PLUS(), INT_MINUS(),
	EMACS_INT_MAX (to MOST_POSITIVE_FIXNUM), EMACS_INT_MIN (to
	MOST_NEGATIVE_FIXNUM), NUMBER_FITS_IN_AN_EMACS_INT() to
	NUMBER_FITS_IN_A_FIXNUM(), XFLOATINT, XCHAR_OR_INT, INT_OR_FLOAT.
	The EMACS_INT typedef was not changed, it does not describe
	non-bignum Lisp integers.
	Script that did the change available in
	http://mid.gmane.org/20067.17650.181273.12014@parhasard.net . 

2011-09-06  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* redisplay-tty.c (init_tty_for_redisplay):
	Only set the console meta key flag to treat the eight bit as meta
	if the native coding system doesn't need that.
	* general-slots.h:
	* mule-coding.c:
	* mule-coding.c (syms_of_mule_coding):
	Move Qiso2022, Qseven to general-slots.h, they're now used in
	redisplay-tty.c.

2011-09-05  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* chartab.c (nsubst_structures_mapper):
	Don't use MULE-only cases in non-MULE.

2011-09-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* alloc.c:
	* alloc.c (ALLOC_FROB_BLOCK_LISP_OBJECT_1):
	* alloc.c (ALLOC_FROB_BLOCK_LISP_OBJECT):
	* alloc.c (cons_print_preprocess):
	* alloc.c (vector_print_preprocess):
	* alloc.c (vector_nsubst_structures_descend):
	* alloc.c (Fmake_symbol):
	* alloc.c (UNMARK_symbol):
	* alloc.c (sweep_symbols):
	* alloc.c (reinit_alloc_objects_early):
	* alloc.c (reinit_alloc_early):
	* bytecode.c:
	* bytecode.c (compiled_function_print_preprocess):
	* bytecode.c (compiled_function_nsubst_structures_descend):
	* bytecode.c (set_compiled_function_arglist):
	* bytecode.c (set_compiled_function_interactive):
	* bytecode.c (bytecode_objects_create):
	* chartab.c:
	* chartab.c (print_preprocess_mapper):
	* chartab.c (nsubst_structures_mapper):
	* chartab.c (char_table_nsubst_structures_descend):
	* chartab.c (chartab_objects_create):
	* elhash.c:
	* elhash.c (nsubst_structures_map_hash_table):
	* elhash.c (hash_table_nsubst_structures_descend):
	* elhash.c (print_preprocess_mapper):
	* elhash.c (hash_table_print_preprocess):
	* elhash.c (inchash_eq):
	* elhash.c (hash_table_objects_create):
	* elhash.c (syms_of_elhash):
	* elhash.h:
	* emacs.c (main_1):
	* fns.c:
	* fns.c (check_eq_nokey):
	* fns.c (Fnsubst):
	* fns.c (syms_of_fns):
	* lisp.h:
	* lisp.h (struct Lisp_Symbol):
	* lisp.h (IN_OBARRAY):
	* lisp.h (struct):
	* lisp.h (PRINT_PREPROCESS):
	* lread.c (read1):
	* lrecord.h:
	* lrecord.h (struct lrecord_implementation):
	* lrecord.h (DEFINE_DUMPABLE_MODULE_LISP_OBJECT):
	* print.c:
	* print.c (PRINT_CIRCLE_LIMIT):
	* print.c (print_continuous_numbering_changed):
	* print.c (print_prepare):
	* print.c (print_finish):
	* print.c (Fprin1_to_string):
	* print.c (print_cons):
	* print.c (print_preprocess_inchash_eq):
	* print.c (print_preprocess):
	* print.c (print_sort_get_numbers):
	* print.c (print_sort_compare_ordinals):
	* print.c (print_gensym_or_circle):
	* print.c (nsubst_structures_descend):
	* print.c (nsubst_structures):
	* print.c (print_internal):
	* print.c (print_symbol):
	* print.c (vars_of_print):
	* rangetab.c:
	* rangetab.c (range_table_print_preprocess):
	* rangetab.c (range_table_nsubst_structures_descend):
	* rangetab.c (rangetab_objects_create):
	* rangetab.c (syms_of_rangetab):
	* symbols.c:
	* symbols.c (symbol_print_preprocess):
	* symbols.c (Fintern):
	* symbols.c (Funintern):
	* symbols.c (reinit_symbol_objects_early):
	* symbols.c (init_symbols_once_early):
	* symsinit.h:
	Implement print-circle, printing circular structures in a readable
	fashion, and treating them appropriately on read. This is by means
	of two new object methods, print_preprocess (detecting
	circularities), and nsubst_structures_descend (replacing
	placeholders with the read objects).
	Expose the substitution to Lisp via #'nsubst and its new
	:descend-structures keyword.
	Store information as to whether symbols are interned in obarray or
	not in their header, making checking for keywords and uninterned
	symbols (and thus printing) cheaper.
	Default print_gensym to t, as Common Lisp does, and as a
	more-than-decade old comment suggests.

2011-08-28  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* event-Xt.c (x_to_emacs_keysym):
	Take a new pointer argument, X_KEYSYM_OUT, where we store the X11
	keysym that we actually used.
	* event-Xt.c (x_event_to_emacs_event):
	Call x_to_emacs_keysym with its new pointer argument, so we have
	access to the X11 keysym used.
	When checking whether a keysym obeys caps lock, use the X11 keysym
	rather than the XEmacs keysym.
	When checking whether a key has two distinct keysyms depending on
	whether shift is pressed or not, use the X11 keysym passed back by
	x_to_emacs_keysym rather than working it out again using
	XLookupKeysym().
	* event-Xt.c (keysym_obeys_caps_lock_p):
	Use XConvertCase() in this function, now we're receiving the
	actual X keysym used.

2011-08-24  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* config.h.in:
	Move REALPATH_CORRECTS_CASE, DEFAULT_FILE_SYSTEM_IGNORE_CASE to
	../configure.ac rather than implementing them in terms of
	HAVE_DYLD here.

2011-08-23  Stephen Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	Fix performance regression in refactored syntax cache setup.
	More doc improvements.
	
	* syntax.h (enum syntax_source):
	New.  Specify whether syntax is from property or buffer.
	(struct syntax_cache):
	Use enum syntax_source source, instead of no_syntax_table_prop
	and use_code.
	Improve comments.
	(SOURCE_IS_TABLE):
	New predicate.
	(SYNTAX_CODE_FROM_CACHE):
	Use it instead of use_code, and adjust logic.

	* syntax.c (syntax_cache_table_was_changed):
	Check cache-&gt;source (cache-&gt;no_syntax_table_prop is gone).
	(reset_syntax_cache_range):
	All information about OBJECT and BUFFER is in CACHE already.
	Also reset markers in OBJECT if it is a buffer.
	Rename INFINITE to VALID_EVERYWHERE.
	(init_syntax_cache):
	Initialize source (cache-&gt;no_syntax_table_prop is gone).
	Maybe initialize start and end to null markers.
	Initialize cache range with reset_syntax_cache_range.
	(update_syntax_cache):
	Use source instead of no_syntax_table_prop and use_code.
	(setup_syntax_cache):
	Add header comment.  Improve other comments.
	Make calls to reset_syntax_cache_range and init_syntax_cache match
	their prototypes.
	(init_buffer_syntax_cache):
	Use init_syntax_cache to do the work.
	(signal_syntax_cache_extent_changed):
	Make call to reset_syntax_cache_range match its prototype.
	Improve local variable naming.

2011-08-08  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* syntax.c (update_syntax_cache):
	Use buffer_or_string_accessible_*, not buffer_or_string_absolute_*.
	Patch and test suggested by Alan Mackenzie.
	Fix initialization of insertion type for start and end in struct
	syntax_cache.

2011-08-06  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* syntax.c:
	Remove some obsolete or unintelligible #### comments.
	Improve many toplevel comments.

	(Fsyntax_designator_chars):
	(Fchar_syntax):
	(Fmatching_paren):
	(Fforward_word):
	(Fforward_comment):
	(Fscan_lists):
	(Fscan_sexps):
	(Fbackward_prefix_chars):
	(parse-sexp-ignore-comments):
	(lookup-syntax-properties):
	(words-include-escapes):
	Improve docstrings.

	* syntax.h:
	Document functions and restrictions struct syntax_cache members.
	Improve many toplevel comments.
	Delete syntax code parsing macros unused for a decade or so.
	(#if 0'd out since May 2002.)

2011-08-06  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* syntax.c (reset_buffer_syntax_cache_range):
	Rename to reset_syntax_cache_range.

	(setup_syntax_cache):
	(init_buffer_syntax_cache):
	(init_syntax_cache):
	(reset_syntax_cache_range):
	Refactor and document.

	(signal_syntax_cache_extent_changed):
	Remove obsolete comment.

2011-08-05  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	There are only (octal) 0200 ASCII characters, and only 128 values
	supplied in the definition.

	* syntax.h (syntax_spec_code):
	* syntax.c (syntax_spec_code):
	Declare array with correct dimension.
	* search.c (skip_chars):
	Correct bounds check on index of syntax_spec_code.

2011-08-04  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* search.c (byte_scan_buffer):
	Rename local variables to suppress GCC "shadowed global" warnings.
	The warnings are due to ANSI functions from &lt;math.h&gt; on Darwin.

2011-08-04  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* mule-coding.c (shift_jis_convert):
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_output_vertical_divider):
	Rename local variables to suppress GCC "shadowed global" warnings.
	The warnings are due to non-ANSI functions from &lt;math.h&gt; on Darwin.

2011-08-04  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* glyphs-eimage.c (png_instantiate): Rename a shadowing loop index
	which shadows another local to quiet GCC.

2011-08-03  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* glyphs-eimage.c (_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE, _FILE_OFFSET_BITS):
	Define these macros to suppress GCC warnings caused by excessive
	zlib magic.

2011-08-03  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* dumper.c (pdump_file_try): Add prototype to suppress GCC warning.

2011-06-25  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* console.c:
	* console.c (allocate_console):
	* console.c (vars_of_console):
	* console.c (complex_vars_of_console):
	* lisp.h:
	Add a new keymap variable, function-key-map-parent; use it as the
	parent of each console-specific function-key-map.  This is
	appropriate for things like x-compose processing.

2011-06-19  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* fns.c:
	* fns.c (list_delete_duplicates_from_end):
	Correct a couple of comments in this file.
	* fns.c (sublis):
	Remove a superfluous gcpro1.

2011-06-19  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* elhash.c (Feq_hash):
	Document that this returns, for non-immediate objects, a value
	that is unique among currently-reachable objects.

2011-05-29  Didier Verna  &lt;didier@xemacs.org&gt;

	* console-impl.h (struct console_methods): Remove device parameter
	from the clear_region method prototype.
	* redisplay-output.c (redisplay_clear_region): Remove the device
	parameter from the clear_region method call.
	* console-stream.c (stream_clear_region):
	* redisplay-msw.c (mswindows_clear_region):
	* redisplay-tty.c (tty_clear_region): Update accordingly.
	* redisplay-xlike-inc.c (XLIKE_clear_region): Ditto. Get the
	device from the frame structure instead.

2011-05-20  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* Makefile.in.in: Default DESTDIR to the empty string, and use it in
	install targets.

2011-05-20  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* config.h.in:
	* data.c (Faref):
	* fns.c (check_losing_bytecode):
	* fns.c (concat):
	* fns.c (Felt):
	Remove the LOSING_BYTECODE compile-time option entirely. It
	allowed access to the elements of a compiled function using
	#'aref, and has been turned off since 1997.

2011-05-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* eval.c:
	* eval.c (Fdefmacro):
	* eval.c (syms_of_eval):
	Support macro-declaration-function in defmacro, incompletely and
	without documentation.
	* lisp.h:
	Declare Fnth here, necessary for the previous changes.

2011-05-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* s/netbsd.h:
	Remove an extraneous #endif, hopefully fixing the NetBSD and
	OpenBSD builds; thank you Adam Sjøgren!

2011-05-07  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* fns.c (Fsplit_path): Removed.
	* fns.c (syms_of_fns):
	Move #'split-path to subr.el, as was always the intention.

2011-05-03  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* dumper.c (pdump_file_try): Remove static qualifier.
	Thanks to Hans de Graaff of Gentoo and Marcus Crestani.

2011-05-01  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* lread.c (parse_integer):
	GMP's mpz_set_string deals with a leading plus badly, make sure it
	never sees one coming from this function.

2010-12-31  Mike Kupfer  &lt;mike.kupfer@xemacs.org&gt;

	* redisplay.c (pixel_to_glyph_translation):
	Handle redisplay edge case.
	With motion events when entering a frame and the minibuffer is
	active, row and column can be zero, and there aren't any runes.

2011-04-30  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* specifier.c (Fspecifier_matching_instance):
	Add comment about backward-incompatibility of MATCHSPEC.</pre>

          <h2>ChangeLog Entries from <a name="tests:ChangeLog">tests/ChangeLog</a></h2>
          <p>goto <a href="#announcement">announcement</a>,
            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>
          <pre xml:space="preserve">

2012-08-02  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* XEmacs 21.5.32 "habanero" is released.

2012-05-12  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/mule-tests.el:
	Test #'truncate-string-to-width, thank you Colin Walters.

2012-05-06  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/lisp-tests.el:
	Use &amp;environment appropriately in #'macrolet, instead of relying
	on #'macroexpand to guess what we mean.

2012-05-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/regexp-tests.el (equal):
	* automated/regexp-tests.el (Assert-char-class):
	Correct a stray parenthesis; add tests for the predefined
	character classes with #'skip-chars-{forward,backward}; update the
	tests to reflect some changed design decisions on my part.

2012-04-25  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/regexp-tests.el: Check that #'posix-string-match
	actually returns the longest match; thank you Ilya Shlyakhter in
	jn1j8t$ujq$1@dough.gmane.org !

2012-04-21  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/regexp-tests.el:
	* automated/regexp-tests.el (Assert-char-class):
	Check that #'string-match errors correctly with an over-long
	character class name.
	Add tests for character class functionality that supports
	non-ASCII characters. These tests expose bugs in GNU Emacs
	24.0.94.2, but pass under current XEmacs.

2012-04-21  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/regexp-tests.el:
	* automated/regexp-tests.el (Assert-char-class):
	Test the character classes functionality that was always in
	regex.c but that has only just been turned on. These tests pass on
	GNU Emacs 24.0.94.2.

2012-01-14  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/lisp-tests.el:
	Check that `byte-compile-catch' doesn't strip keyword (as such,
	non-quoted) TAGs.

2012-01-01  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/completion-tests.el: New.
	Test #'try-completion, #'all-completion and #'test-completion with
	list, vector and hash-table COLLECTION arguments.

2011-12-30  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/hash-table-tests.el:
	No longer use the obsolete function names in the tests, now
	they've been removed from cl.el.

2011-12-03  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/lisp-reader-tests.el:
	Check that integer object labels (using the #N=... syntax) treat 
	bignums as such, rather than as fixnums that have wrapped.

2011-11-09  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	Update some tests that have started failing because of some
	changed design decisions.
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (eq):
	(type-of 42) now returns the symbol fixnum.
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (needs-lexical-context):
	(function ...) doesn't create a lexical context, and this is now the
	case in interpreted as well as in compiled code.
	* automated/mule-tests.el (featurep):
	Silence messages when byte-compiling files; if a file doesn't have
	the escape-quoted coding cookie, it will now have the
	raw-text-unix coding cookie, look for that instead of looking for
	the absence of the escape-quoted coding cookie.

2011-10-03  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/case-tests.el (uni-mappings):
	* automated/database-tests.el (delete-database-files):
	* automated/hash-table-tests.el (iterations):
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (test1):
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (a):
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (cl-floor):
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (foo):
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (list-nreverse):
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (needs-lexical-context):
	* automated/mule-tests.el (featurep):
	* automated/os-tests.el (original-string):
	* automated/os-tests.el (with):
	* automated/symbol-tests.el (check-weak-list-unique):
	Replace #'flet with #'labels where appropriate in these tests,
	following my own advice on style in the docstrings of those
	functions.

2011-10-02  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/lisp-tests.el:
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (+):
	Test #'labels and inlining.

2011-09-04  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/lisp-reader-tests.el:
	* automated/lisp-tests.el (literal-with-uninterned):
	* automated/symbol-tests.el (foo):
	Test print-circle, for printing (mutually-)recursive and circular
	structures.
	Bind print-continuous-numbering where appropriate.

2011-08-24  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/lisp-tests.el:
	Add a test of apply partially that depends on the relative order
	of its arguments.

2011-08-12  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/lisp-tests.el:
	Trivial tests of #'apply-partially, just added to subr.el.

2011-08-08  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* automated/syntax-tests.el:
	Add test of syntax cache suggested by Alan Mackenzie.

2011-08-06  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* automated/syntax-tests.el: Suggest test from old syntax-cache bug.

2011-08-06  Stephen J. Turnbull  &lt;stephen@xemacs.org&gt;

	* automated/os-tests.el:
	* automated/syntax-tests.el:
	Move tests of `substitute-in-file-name' from syntax to os.

	* automated/syntax-tests.el:
	Add lisp-maint required file terminator.

2011-07-31  Mats Lidell  &lt;matsl@xemacs.org&gt;
	* automated/process-tests.el: shell-command tests.
	
2011-07-22  Mats Lidell  &lt;matsl@xemacs.org&gt;
	* automated/syntax-ppss-tests.el: Add tests for syntax-ppss.el.

2011-06-28  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/mule-tests.el:
	Update the charsets-in-region test to reflect the GPLv3 HELLO
	file.

2011-05-20  Jerry James  &lt;james@xemacs.org&gt;

	* tooltalk/Makefile (DESTDIR): New variable for all Makefiles, unused
	in this one.

2011-05-01  Aidan Kehoe  &lt;kehoea@parhasard.net&gt;

	* automated/lisp-reader-tests.el:
	If the bignum feature is available, check that a leading plus sign
	is treated correctly when reading bignum integers.</pre>

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            <a href="#summary">summary</a>,
            <a href="#changes">changes</a></p>

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