--- a/Doc/lib/liblogging.tex
+++ b/Doc/lib/liblogging.tex
@@ -429,10 +429,8 @@
 \end{methoddesc}
 
 \begin{methoddesc}{findCaller}{}
-Finds the caller's source filename and line number. Returns the filename,
-line number and function name as a 3-element tuple.
-\versionchanged[The function name was added. In earlier versions, the
-filename and line number were returned as a 2-element tuple.]{2.4}
+Finds the caller's source filename and line number. Returns the filename
+and line number as a 2-element tuple.
 \end{methoddesc}
 
 \begin{methoddesc}{handle}{record}
@@ -1082,11 +1080,8 @@
 communicate with a remote \UNIX{} machine whose address is given by
 \var{address} in the form of a \code{(\var{host}, \var{port})}
 tuple.  If \var{address} is not specified, \code{('localhost', 514)} is
-used.  The address is used to open a UDP socket.  An alternative to providing
-a \code{(\var{host}, \var{port})} tuple is providing an address as a string,
-for example "/dev/log". In this case, a Unix domain socket is used to send
-the message to the syslog. If \var{facility} is not specified,
-\constant{LOG_USER} is used.
+used.  The address is used to open a UDP socket.  If \var{facility} is
+not specified, \constant{LOG_USER} is used.
 \end{classdesc}
 
 \begin{methoddesc}{close}{}