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Re: true "word wrap"

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: true "word wrap"
Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2002 14:13:59 -0700
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Bijan Soleymani wrote:

I've attached my small file. It remaps C-n and C-p to work by screen
lines instead of logical lines. I know I should make this into a minor
mode, but I am a relative newbie to emacs lisp.

Have you tried screen-lines.el? It's at

;;; Commentary:

;; This package provides "Screen Lines" minor mode.
;; In this minor mode, the following standard commands work in terms of
;; screen lines, as opposed to text lines when they are called interactively.
;;     `beginning-of-line' (C-a)
;;     `end-of-line'       (C-e)
;;     `next-line'         (C-n, down)
;;     `previous-line'     (C-p, up)
;;     `kill-line'         (C-k)
;; Screen Lines minor mode should be handy when you edit a file with
;; long lines like this: <DT><A HREF=""; 
ADD_DATE="977149523" LAST_VISIT="977488726" LAST_MODIFIED="977149517">Emacs keybinding help 
;; In order to test this as you see this file, proceed as follows:
;;   1: Load this package:  M-x eval-buffer
;;   2: Toggle the mode for the current buffer: M-x screen-lines-mode
;;   3: Move around the above long line.
;; You might want to check screenline.el written by Joshua E. Buhl
;; <address@hidden> which does text property business properly and
;; doesn't use `defadvice' facility.
;; Or window-lines.el by enami tsugutomo <address@hidden> which is
;; lightweight.

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