Commit 841f1ff5 authored by Thomas Roessler's avatar Thomas Roessler

Nits from Michael Sobolev.

parent abf0250d
......@@ -693,7 +693,7 @@ same which is visible using the ``-v'' <ref id="commandline"
name="command line"> switch or using the <tt/show-version/ key (default:
V) from the index menu.
<sect1>Syntax of Initialization Files
<sect1>Syntax of Initialization Files<label id="muttrc-syntax">
<p>
An initialization file consists of a series of <ref id="commands"
......@@ -1452,7 +1452,7 @@ expressions, by using various operators to combine smaller expressions.
Note that the regular expression can be enclosed/delimited by either " or
' which is useful if the regular expression includes a white-space
character. See <ref id="sect1" name="Syntax of Initialization Files">
character. See <ref id="muttrc-syntax" name="Syntax of Initialization Files">
for more information on " and ' delimiter processing. To match a literal
" or ' you must preface it with \ (backslash).
......@@ -1465,14 +1465,14 @@ The period ``.'' matches any single character. The caret ``&circ;'' and
the dollar sign ``&dollar'' are metacharacters that respectively match
the empty string at the beginning and end of a line.
A list of characters enclosed by ``&lsqb;'' and ``&rsqb'' matches any
A list of characters enclosed by ``&lsqb;'' and ``&rsqb;'' matches any
single character in that list; if the first character of the list
is a caret ``&circ;'' then it matches any character <bf/not/ in the
list. For example, the regular expression <bf/&lsqb;0123456789&rsqb/
list. For example, the regular expression <bf/&lsqb;0123456789&rsqb;/
matches any single digit. A range of ASCII characters may be specified
by giving the first and last characters, separated by a hyphen
``&hyphen;''. Most metacharacters lose their special meaning inside
lists. To include a literal ``&rsqb'' place it first in the list.
lists. To include a literal ``&rsqb;'' place it first in the list.
Similarly, to include a literal ``&circ;'' place it anywhere but first.
Finally, to include a literal hyphen ``&hyphen;'' place it last.
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