Re: Key bindings
Greetings! And thanks so much for the info! But I've just released a
version using C-c . <key> following the excerpt from the elisp manual
posted by Alan Shutko earlier today. Is this acceptable? Would be
easy to change again to C-c C-x, but I'd really like to get it right
the next time, if there is one :-)!
Andreas Fuchs <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Today, Camm Maguire <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Greetings! I maintain cxref, which does not provide an emacs minor
> > mode, but does have an .el file with useful C editing functions bound
> > by default to C-c ? key combinations. A bug was filed, saying that
> > C-c was reserved for the user. What can I use here? Please cc me
> > directly, as I don't subscribe to this list.
> For non-user keybindings, you should use C-c C-<key> prefixes. The C-c
> <key> prefixes are all reserved for the user. I think C-c C-x (for
> c_x_ref) or C-c C-r might work. I don't recommend you use C-c C-c, for
> most major modes reserve this combination for special tasks.
> Andreas Fuchs, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>, antifuchs
> Hail RMS! Hail Cthulhu! Hail Eris! All hail Discordia!
Camm Maguire firstname.lastname@example.org
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