Of course it does : New commands, key binds, and menu items. A new text property 'inhibit-read-only' can be used in read-only buffers to allow certain parts of the text to be writable. Very much in keeping with the fashion, this logo is in the flat style that is popular on smartphones today. The full build transcript is below. Unfortunately, with Meta mapped to the Apple Command key, Shift-Meta-7 is a menu shortcut. This fixes issues with short-lived commands and makes visual programs more useful in general. Minibuffer You can use and arrow keys to move through history by lines.
The built binaries still run on all versions of Windows starting with Windows 9X. Works for functions, variables, faces, etc. Lisp programs that shouldn't be affected by Subword mode should call the new functions 'forward-word-strictly' and 'backward-word-strictly' instead. Emacs has historically fared poorly with any project that is not a singular file; see for instance M-x compile, et al. New command 'hif-evaluate-macro', bound to 'C-c e', displays the result of evaluating a macro.
Overloaded operators are also tagged. If you want the old, locale-independent sorting, customize the new option 'ls-lisp-use-string-collate' to the nil value. The main commands included in it are 'project-find-file' and 'project-find-regexp'. Nick completion is now case-insensitive again after inadvertently being made case-sensitive in Emacs 24. Running 'autoreconf -fi -I m4'.
I'm running Snow Leopard 10. The security changes that the script wants to implement make me nervous. New variable 'package-menu-async' controls whether the package-menu uses asynchronous downloads. They would probably look even funnier if you were writing code rather than just English text. The function 'font-info' now returns more details about a font. See the Emacs Lisp manual for interface details. I did not even know that you could do this.
You are recommended to do this as soon as you have firmly upgraded to Emacs 25. Since there are tons of open source packages, the Emacs developers do not introduce changes in new releases that break the previous ones, but they instead use deprecation. Lisp programs that use 'track-mouse' for dragging across large portions of the Emacs display, and want to avoid changes in the pointer shape during dragging, should bind the variable 'track-mouse' to the special value 'dragging' in the body of the form. Previously, it was an optional argument, now it's mandatory. . The old behavior was problematic in languages like German where downcasing rules depend on grammar.
New custom variable 'hide-ifdef-expand-reinclusion-protection' to prevent reinclusion protected a. New make target 'check-expensive' to run additional tests. A password is now hidden also when typed in batch mode. In particular, it now returns the average width of the font's characters, which can be used for geometry-related calculations. New user interface for the 'A' and 'Q' commands.
The new function 'buffer-substring-with-bidi-context' allows you to copy a portion of a buffer into a different location while preserving the visual appearance both of the copied text and the text at destination, even when the copied text includes mixed bidirectional text and directional control characters. New variable 'fast-but-imprecise-scrolling' inhibits fontification during full screen scrolling operations, giving less hesitant operation during auto-repeat of 'C-v', 'M-v' at the cost of possible inaccuracies in the end position. Browse-url Support for the Google Chrome web browser. Method-specific parameters can be overwritten now with variable 'tramp-connection-properties'. See the 'vc-faces' customization group.
Very nice change as this should stop people from accidentally deleting package dependencies. Windows 'select-enable-primary' is ineffective since the system doesn't have the equivalent of a primary selection. If you cannot get 24. For fullheight and fullwidth frames, the behavior may depend on the toolkit used. This shorthand makes interacting with buffers from eshell more convenient. All functions are prefixed with 'seq-' and work on lists, strings and vectors.