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Richard M. Stallman
Fri, 20 Jan 2006 17:59:00 -0500
1. I don't see `move-beginning-of-line' documented in the Emacs-Lisp
manual or mentioned in NEWS. Shouldn't it be?
It would be inefficient to duplicate in the Lisp manual all the
user-level commands that are in the Emacs Manual. As for NEWS,
this is not a new feature, it is a bug fix.
2. `C-a' is bound to `move-beginning-of-line', but <home> is bound to
`beginning-of-line'. Is this intentional?
That would be a bug, but in the latest sources <home> is bound to
3. I don't see <home> documented in the Emacs manual (for
`beginning-of-line' or `move-beginning-of-line'). Shouldn't it be
I don't see why. We made <home> do what people might expect,
but there is no reason to document it.
Richard M. Stallman <=