idurand at labri.fr
Tue Jan 12 07:46:02 UTC 2010
Matthias Koeppe a écrit :
> On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 6:32 AM, Tobias C. Rittweiler <tcr at freebits.de> wrote:
>> Irène Durand <idurand at labri.fr> writes:
>>> In SLIME, I was used to use the key C-c-C-u which was bound to the command
>> Perhaps there's even a standard Emacs key binding which is equivalent to
>> (kill-region (point) (point-max))
>> So you can use C-M-a to jump to the start of the REPL, and then issue
>> that keybinding if it exists -- obliterating the need for
> It would be great to have C-c C-u available for slime-repl-kill-input.
> It's an important comint.el key binding that many users (including
> myself) use all the time. We should try to keep the SLIME REPL as
> close as possible to comint.el behavior.
> I would think the use of slime-undefine-function is much rarer, so we
> could move that to a different keybinding.
I completly agree with Matthias. I was used to use C-c C-u during my Lisp
courses and I got trapped when suddenly the key started to call fmakunbound!
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