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Re: Possible to bind C-o to some function in an ansi-term? (Add somethin
Re: Possible to bind C-o to some function in an ansi-term? (Add something to term-mode-hook?)
Fri, 07 Aug 2015 21:28:21 -0400
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.5 (gnu/linux)
Emanuel Berg <address@hidden> writes:
> Chris Seberino <address@hidden> writes:
>> Possible to bind C-o to some function in an
>> ansi-term? (Add something to term-mode-hook?)
> What is an ansi-term?
Try M-x ansi-term
It's a Emacs terminal that accepts the ansi-terminal escape sequences.
> I can bind C-o the normal way with no problem.
I think the OP may need to do the binding in term-mode-hook.
But I confess, I don't really understand term.el and
I haven't tried.
It has a term-mode-map and some other maps that just confuse me.
I never found any of the multitude of Emacs shells useful.
I tried, but dired, M-x grep, locate, compile, etc.
get the job done for me.