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Re: Lispref on history-add-new-input

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Lispref on history-add-new-input
Date: Fri, 02 Jun 2006 18:40:02 -0400

    > > It would be clearer to break the sentence here.
    > >
    > >     ! allowing code to explicitly manage the history by using
    > >     ! @code{add-to-history}.
    > The main purpose of this variable was to allow Lisp code to use
    > add-to-history after reading an input.  In the Info documentation
    > the description of this variable goes just after the description
    > of add-to-history, so there could be some text that connects these two.

    This might be a misunderstanding.  Perhaps Richard wasn't suggesting
    to remove that part, but instead rephrase like this:

Eli is right.  To "break the sentence" does not imply removing the
rest.  It means "put the end of a sentence here".

Eli, how about if you make your change?

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