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Re: Electricity in keyboard macros

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Electricity in keyboard macros
Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2001 14:51:40 -0600 (MDT)

    No way.  You have to pick one -- you're not President Bush, you
    know.  Since commands are allowed (nay, encouraged!) to behave
    differently as part of a keyboard macro, what specifically is
    unreasonable about asking that

    . o 0 ( C-x b *scratch*<RET>M-x c-mode<RET>C-h b }C-x b<RET> )

    c-electric-brace do this very thing, i.e. shut up when invoked
    from a macro?

If "shut up" means only to refrain from displaying a message, there is
nothing inherently unreasonable about that.  It's strictly a question
of user convenience.

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