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Re: ispell-region with M-$ in transient-mark-mode

From: Luc Teirlinck
Subject: Re: ispell-region with M-$ in transient-mark-mode
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2005 17:11:51 -0600 (CST)

Geoff Kuening wrote:

   Yuck!  Then how about keeping the ispell-region and ispell-buffer
   functions, but leaving them unbound by default?

Who is talking about getting rid of them?

   Then those of us who prefer the old UI could bind ispell-region to M-$.

What would prevent you from doing that?

and Han Boetes wrote:

   Would this also apply to commands as downcase-word and upcase-word
   for instance?

As I see it C-u M-u and friends would continue to operate on the next
four words, because C-u stands for a numeric argument of four.

What we are talking about is the following.  (Unless I am totally
misunderstanding things.)

Currently C-u M-$ resumes an ispell session is there is a session to
resume.  Otherwise, it currently throws an error.  The proposal is to
make C-u M-$ call `ispell' if there is no ispell session to resume
(instead of throwing an error).  Nothing would change in any situation
where currently no error is thrown.



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