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[elpa] externals/mines 97e0a05 43/43: * mines.el: Adjust docs for the @

 From: Stefan Monnier Subject: [elpa] externals/mines 97e0a05 43/43: * mines.el: Adjust docs for the @ => SPC change Date: Mon, 30 Nov 2020 18:44:21 -0500 (EST)

```branch: externals/mines
commit 97e0a054523de2a313d9c9e678f77985b284ca3c
Author: Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
Commit: Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>

* mines.el: Adjust docs for the @ => SPC change
---
mines.el | 16 +++++++---------
1 file changed, 7 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)

diff --git a/mines.el b/mines.el
index 6ae3f97..9562e09 100644
--- a/mines.el
+++ b/mines.el
@@ -38,8 +38,8 @@
;;    contain a number: the number of bombs at distance 1 from this cell.
;;    If you reveal the content of this cell, then this number is shown.
;;
-;; 3. Cells without a bomb at distance > 1 from any bomb contain '@'.
-;;    If you reveal the content of this cell, then '@' is shown and
+;; 3. Cells without a bomb at distance > 1 from any bomb contain ' '.
+;;    If you reveal the content of this cell, then ' ' is shown and
;;    all adjacent cells are recursively revealed.
;;
;;
@@ -670,23 +670,21 @@ Called with a prefix prompt for the difficulty level."
"Major mode for playing Minesweeper.

The target of the game is discover which cells contain mines.
-You reveal the content of the mine at point with \\[mines-dig\].
+You reveal the content of the mine at point with \\[mines-dig].
1. If you look at one cell containing a mine you lost.

2. A cell without a mine with N neighbour cells containing mines
shows N when you look at it.

3. A cell without a mine and without neighbour cells having mines
-   shows the character `@' when you look at it; all adjacent cells
+   shows the character ` ' when you look at it; all adjacent cells
are recursively revealed.

For instance, following is a possible configuration:

-@ @ @ @ @
-1 2 2 1 @
-1 x x 1 @
-1 2 2 1 @
-@ @ @ @ @
+    1 2 2 1
+    1 x x 1
+    1 2 2 1

You can move between cells using the arrow keys, or using vi
or Emacs keystrokes (↑↓→←) = (kjlh) = (pnfb).

```

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