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D. Buffer-Local Variables

The table below lists the general-purpose Emacs variables that are automatically local (when set) in each buffer. Many Lisp packages define such variables for their internal use; we don't list them here.

abbrev-mode
see section 46. Abbrevs And Abbrev Expansion

auto-fill-function
see section 43.13 Auto Filling

buffer-auto-save-file-name
see section 36.2 Auto-Saving

buffer-backed-up
see section 36.1 Backup Files

buffer-display-count
See section 38.6 Buffers and Windows.

buffer-display-table
see section 52.11 Display Tables

buffer-display-time
See section 38.6 Buffers and Windows.

buffer-file-format
see section 35.13 File Format Conversion

buffer-file-name
see section 37.4 Buffer File Name

buffer-file-number
see section 37.4 Buffer File Name

buffer-file-truename
see section 37.4 Buffer File Name

buffer-file-type
see section 35.14 Files and MS-DOS

buffer-invisibility-spec
see section 52.5 Invisible Text

buffer-offer-save
see section 35.2 Saving Buffers

buffer-read-only
see section 37.7 Read-Only Buffers

buffer-saved-size
see section 41.1 Point

buffer-undo-list
see section 43.9 Undo

cache-long-line-scans
see section 41.2.4 Motion by Text Lines

case-fold-search
see section 44.7 Searching and Case

ctl-arrow
see section 52.10 Usual Display Conventions

comment-column
see section `Comments' in The XEmacs User's Manual

default-directory
see section 57.3 Operating System Environment

defun-prompt-regexp
see section 41.2.6 Moving over Balanced Expressions

fill-column
see section 43.13 Auto Filling

goal-column
see section `Moving Point' in The XEmacs User's Manual

left-margin
see section 43.16 Indentation

local-abbrev-table
see section 46. Abbrevs And Abbrev Expansion

local-write-file-hooks
see section 35.2 Saving Buffers

major-mode
see section 33.1.4 Getting Help about a Major Mode

mark-active
see section 42.6 The Mark

mark-ring
see section 42.6 The Mark

minor-modes
see section 33.2 Minor Modes

modeline-format
see section 33.3.1 The Data Structure of the Modeline

modeline-buffer-identification
see section 33.3.2 Variables Used in the Modeline

modeline-format
see section 33.3.1 The Data Structure of the Modeline

modeline-modified
see section 33.3.2 Variables Used in the Modeline

modeline-process
see section 33.3.2 Variables Used in the Modeline

mode-name
see section 33.3.2 Variables Used in the Modeline

overwrite-mode
see section 43.4 Inserting Text

paragraph-separate
see section 44.8 Standard Regular Expressions Used in Editing

paragraph-start
see section 44.8 Standard Regular Expressions Used in Editing

point-before-scroll
Used for communication between mouse commands and scroll-bar commands.

require-final-newline
see section 43.4 Inserting Text

selective-display
see section 52.6 Selective Display

selective-display-ellipses
see section 52.6 Selective Display

tab-width
see section 52.10 Usual Display Conventions

truncate-lines
see section 52.2 Truncation

vc-mode
see section 33.3.2 Variables Used in the Modeline

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