changeset 161:1202030e8c52

Fixed grammar.
author Oleksandr Gavenko <gavenkoa@gmail.com>
date Tue, 30 Oct 2018 20:23:22 +0200
parents 86f16efac74f
children 2f52511eaba7
files 9c6e5976-e228-11e6-a216-485b39c42d0f/index.rst
diffstat 1 files changed, 18 insertions(+), 19 deletions(-) [+]
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--- a/9c6e5976-e228-11e6-a216-485b39c42d0f/index.rst	Tue Oct 30 20:14:01 2018 +0200
+++ b/9c6e5976-e228-11e6-a216-485b39c42d0f/index.rst	Tue Oct 30 20:23:22 2018 +0200
@@ -6,19 +6,19 @@
 :updated: 2017-01-24
 :tags: emacs, win, cygwin
 
-I haven't used Windows for a long time and new job may require Windows environment. So I checked out
-new ways to use Emacs under Windows.
+I haven't used Windows for a long time and my new job may require Windows environment. So I checked
+out new ways to use Emacs under Windows.
 
 I used to prefer native Emacs over Cygwin because of native widgets and copy/paste. With
-`cygwin-mount` cross-compiling from Cygwin to native win application would be easy.
+``cygwin-mount`` cross-compiling from Cygwin to native Windows application would be easy.
 
-The only problem I encountered that `hg` is a Python script, not an executable and can't be called
-from native Emacs. To work around with issue I wrote simple Cygwin application that route call and
-arguments to script.
+The only problem I've encountered is that ``hg`` is a Python script, not an executable and can't be
+called from native Emacs. To work around an issue I wrote simple Cygwin application that re-route
+call and arguments to the script.
 
-So you just rename this utility to ``$SCRIPT.exe`` and put it behind Cygwin in a ``PATH``. It have
-basic protection from infinite calling to itself and allows using of scripts under from Cygwin in
-native Windows application, like native Emacs.
+Just rename this utility to ``$SCRIPT.exe`` and put it behind Cygwin in the ``PATH``. It has a basic
+protection from infinite calling to itself and allows using of Cygwin scripts in native Windows
+application, like native Emacs.
 
 Source code of utility is available on http://hg.defun.work/utils/file/tip/cygwin/cygrun/cygrun.c
 
@@ -37,16 +37,16 @@
 
   DISPLAY=:0 xterm
 
-With some tweaking it is possible smoother integration::
+With some tweaking integration will be smoother::
 
   XWin -clipboard -silent-dup-error -xkblayout "us,ru" -xkboptions "grp:caps_toggle"
 
-Nowadays there is ``emacs-w32`` build in Cygwin repositories. It uses native widgets and in all
-other cases is regular Cygwin application. So I have Hg/Git and TRAMP working out of the box!
+Nowadays there is ``emacs-w32`` build in Cygwin repository. It uses native widgets but in all other
+cases it is a regular Cygwin application. So I will have Hg/Git and TRAMP working out of the box!
 
-Only issue with ``emacs-w32`` executable is that all Cygwin executables compiled with
+The only issue with ``emacs-w32`` executable is that all Cygwin executables compiled with
 ``--subsystem=console`` or ``-mconsole`` (which is by default). That causes opening Windows console
-window along with GUI. That console window distracts me during ``Alt+TAB``.
+window along with app GUI. That console window distracts me during ``Alt+TAB``.
 
 https://cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2016-05/msg00375.html
   Re: Is it possible to hide emacs-w32 console window?
@@ -54,7 +54,6 @@
 Cygwin programs can't be compiled with ``-mwindows`` (or ``--subsystem=windows``). Reason for this
 described in ``run(1)`` man page::
 
-
   run - start programs with hidden console window
 
   SYNOPSIS
@@ -76,11 +75,11 @@
 
   run emacs-w32
 
-I have "smart" starter of Emacs with short and convenient for quick typing name ``e`` and batch file
-``e.bat``. Because I switched to ``emacs-w32`` as a default for Windows I updated ``e.bat``
-implementation to take care about ``run``::
+I have "smart" starter of Emacs with short and convenient name for quick typing: ``e`` and batch
+file ``e.bat``. Because I switched to ``emacs-w32`` as a default for Windows I updated ``e.bat``
+implementation to use ``run`` goodies::
 
   run emacsclient-w32 -a emacs-w32 %*
 
-Full script available at:: http://hg.defun.work/utils/file/tip/emacs/e.bat
+Full script is available at:: http://hg.defun.work/utils/file/tip/emacs/e.bat