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Re: want additional type of C-p that puts you where you were


From: Dan Jacobson
Subject: Re: want additional type of C-p that puts you where you were
Date: 27 Sep 2001 10:03:56 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.0808 (Gnus v5.8.8) Emacs/20.7

>>>>> "Paul" == Paul Jarc <address@hidden> writes:

Paul> Dan Jacobson <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>>>>> "Chet" == Chet Ramey <address@hidden> writes:
Chet> C-pC-aM-fM-f
>> 
>> well yeah, but what if you need 13 M-f's, and even these 4 strokes get
>> painful if needed over and over.

Paul> Bind the sequence to a single keystroke in your .inputrc.

OK, it would be sort of
{ C-@ #set a mark
RET
C-p
C-x C-x}
however that would be bound to a RET substitute, like the C-o concept
--- pretty good ... but I want a little bit more ... I want a C-p like
command that puts me back where I was when I hit RET ... however I
fear such place info is not kept .... I just tried binding the above
C-@ ... sequence to a keyboard macro --- no go.  [And by the way, if it
did work it would be nice if I could dump this keyboard macro to the
stdout in a form that could be appended to .inputrc ... any way or
must write it out again longhand??]

Regarding ^Here^here stuff: that's that csh family of um, printing
terminal :-) commands... I turned that all off as I was tired of "!" bombs...
Neat, but I want a "visual" solution.
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