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bug#30349: 27.0.50; Cuonfusing documentation about pipe processes


From: Philipp
Subject: bug#30349: 27.0.50; Cuonfusing documentation about pipe processes
Date: Sun, 04 Feb 2018 17:29:30 +0100

I've found a few confusing items about pipe processes in the
documentation:


C-h f make-pipe-process says:

":buffer BUFFER -- BUFFER is the buffer (or buffer-name) to associate
with the process.  Process output goes at the end of that buffer,
unless you specify an output stream or filter function to handle the
output."

=> How do you specify an output stream?


The manual says about pipe processes:

@item :stop @var{stopped}
If @var{stopped} is address@hidden, start the process in the
stopped state.

=> What does "the stopped state" mean?  How can a pipe be "stopped"?


This is not a big issue, it probably just needs a bit of editorial work.



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