Commit 4cad2c3a authored by Per Cederqvist's avatar Per Cederqvist
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(get-text): Use "@bullet{}" to represent linefeed characters inside

	hollerith strings.
(create-text-old): Ditto.
(create-anonymous-text-old): Ditto.
(Connecting to the Server): Say "linefeed", not "newline" or "line feed".
(create-text): Ditto.
(Reformattable Text (text/x-kom-basic)): Ditto.
(The User Area): Ditto.
(Text formatting): Ditto.
(Protocol Version History): Ditto.
parent 293dacaf
......@@ -1335,7 +1335,7 @@ that it will ever be superseded by ``Protocol B''.}.
The protocol version letter should be
followed by connection information required by that protocol. In
protocol A the connection information is a @type{HOLLERITH} string saying who
the user connecting is followed by a newline character.
the user connecting is followed by a linefeed character.
The format of the string should be @samp{@var{username} % @var{hostname}}.
......@@ -4400,14 +4400,14 @@ as is available will be returned.
@reqexample
@example
1 25 100 0 32766
@t{=1 @holl{25,Yawn@badspell{^J}Nothing is happening}}
@t{=1 @holl{25,Yawn@bullet{}Nothing is happening}}
2 25 100 5 32766
@t{=2 @holl{20,Nothing is happening}}
3 25 100 0 3
@t{=3 @holl{4,Yawn}}
@end example
In the example, @code{^J} represents a newline.
In the example, @code{@bullet{}} represents a linefeed.
In this example, text 100 is requested three times, first from position
0 to position 32766, then from position 5 to position 32766 and finally
......@@ -4565,7 +4565,7 @@ defined whether this messages comes before or after the reply to
the create-text message. Clients should be prepared for either
situation.
The text up to the first line feed is considered to be the subject
The text up to the first linefeed is considered to be the subject
line. The remaining text is the message body. Although messages with
only a subject are valid, clients should avoid letting users create
such messages.
......@@ -4576,12 +4576,14 @@ The only Misc-Info items valid for this call are @misc{recpt},
@reqexample
@example
1 28 @holl{20,Example\\nMessage body} 3 @{ 0 5 1 112 2 33467 @}
1 28 @holl{20,Example@bullet{}Message body} 3 @{ 0 5 1 112 2 33467 @}
@t{:16 0 33502 13 16 15 16 6 97 3 196 1 119 1 20 0}
@t{ 5 @{ 0 5 6 148 1 112 6 3438 2 33467 @} }
@t{=1 33502}
@end example
In the example, @code{@bullet{}} represents a linefeed.
In this example, person 119 creates a text containing a subject and a
one-line body. The recipient of the text is conference five, conference
112 is a CC recipient and the text is a comment to text 33467. The
......@@ -6077,12 +6079,14 @@ in protocol version 10), @misc{comm-to} and @misc{footn-to}.
@reqexample
@example
1 28 @holl{20,Example\\nMessage body} 3 @{ 0 5 1 112 2 33467 @}
1 28 @holl{20,Example@bullet{}Message body} 3 @{ 0 5 1 112 2 33467 @}
@t{:16 0 33502 13 16 15 16 6 97 3 196 1 0 1 20 0}
@t{ 5 @{ 0 5 6 148 1 112 6 3438 2 33467 @} }
@t{=1 33502}
@end example
In the example, @code{@bullet{}} represents a linefeed.
In this example, person 119 creates a text containing a subject and a
one-line body. The recipient of the text is conference five, conference
112 is a CC recipient and the text is a comment to text 33467. The
......@@ -7085,7 +7089,7 @@ defined whether this messages comes before or after the reply to
the create-text message. Clients should be prepared for either
situation.
The text up to the first line feed is considered to be the subject
The text up to the first linefeed is considered to be the subject
line. The remaining text is the message body. Although messages with
only a subject are valid, clients should avoid letting users create
such messages.
......@@ -10027,9 +10031,9 @@ that can be legibly displayed on a text terminal without formatting.
@itemize @bullet
@item Lines must be no longer than 70 characters.
@item Each line, except the last, is terminated by a single newline character.
@item Two newline characters in succession signal the end of the paragraph.
@item There must be no whitespace or newlines after the last character.
@item Each line, except the last, is terminated by a single linefeed character.
@item Two linefeed characters in succession signal the end of the paragraph.
@item There must be no whitespace or linefeeds after the last character.
@item The end of the last line also signals the end of the paragraph.
@end itemize
......@@ -10069,7 +10073,7 @@ The user-area is divided into several sub-blocks. The @code{common} block is
shared by all clients, and its formats and contents are dictated by this
protocol specification. Clients may also create one or more other blocks.
In normal texts, everything up to the first line feed is considered to
In normal texts, everything up to the first linefeed is considered to
be the subject line. The user area is an exception: it does not
contain any subject line.
......@@ -10136,7 +10140,7 @@ what you name your client's block.
This defines the structure of the common block. The common block
contains a list of variable settings. Each variable setting consists
of a name, some whitespace, and a value. Settings are separated by a
line feed character. The values can be of several different types
linefeed character. The values can be of several different types
(such as integers, strings, booleans, lists of stuff) but they are all
encoded as HOLLERITHs. The reason for this is to simplify for clients
that need to ignore the value, and so it is possible to add new value
......@@ -10487,8 +10491,8 @@ that it follows the following simple rules:
@itemize @bullet
@item Lines should be no longer than 72 characters.
@item Lines are terminated with a single newline character.
@item Paragraphs are separated by two newlines in succession.
@item Lines are terminated with a single linefeed character.
@item Paragraphs are separated by two linefeeds in succession.
@item There are no empty lines at the end of the text.
@end itemize
......@@ -11049,7 +11053,7 @@ and membership types. The magic is documented with each call.
@itemize @bullet
@item The server shall now reply with error @errorcode{not-implemented} when
a client attempts to use an unimplemented call. This feature requires
that the client uses newline as call terminator.
that the client uses linefeed as call terminator.
@end itemize
@item Added Commands
@itemize @bullet
......
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