stassats at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 14:25:21 UTC 2010
Attila Lendvai <attila.lendvai at gmail.com> writes:
> i looked into why the editing keys take precedence over the repl
> bindings, but i'm lacking the knowledge of how keymaps and minor/major
> modes interact.
> the problem is most probably around defun slime-repl-mode in slime-repl.el.
> is has a (use-local-map slime-repl-mode-map), but still somehow the
> slime-editing-mode gets precedence.
> fuzzy completion had a similar issue which i've resolved with the
> following code snipplet:
> (setf minor-mode-map-alist
> (stable-sort minor-mode-map-alist
> (lambda (a b)
> (eq a 'slime-fuzzy-target-buffer-completions-mode))
> :key #'car))
> ...but slime-repl-mode is not a minor mode, so this trick can not help there.
All modes are using a shared key-map for the ease of defining new keys.
Maybe it's better to have a function which will define a
keybinding for all relevant slime modes?
With Best Regards, Stas.
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