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Re: blank-mode.el

From: Vinicius Jose Latorre
Subject: Re: blank-mode.el
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 12:37:35 -0300
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Kim F. Storm wrote:
Vinicius Jose Latorre <address@hidden> writes:

So, if blank-toggle is binded to a key, for example, C-c b, then the
user could

   C-c b t      toggle tabs
   C-c b s      toggle spaces and hard spaces
   C-c b r      toggle trailing blanks
   C-c b b      toggle spaces before tab
   C-c b l      toggle lines

I like the idea (and blank-mode in general), but according to the
Emacs Lisp reference, C-c b is reserved for major modes:

   The key sequences bound in a minor mode should consist of `C-c'
followed by one of `.,/?`'"[]\|~!#$%^&*()-_+='.  (The other punctuation
characters are reserved for major modes.)

No problem, the key binding above was only an example, it could be any other key binding.

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