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Re: no binding to suspend a compilation

From: Dan Jacobson
Subject: Re: no binding to suspend a compilation
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 06:14:04 +0800

     When we hit C-h m in the *compilation* buffer, we don't get the tidy
     table of keystrokes, just this English blurb about them.

RMS> Why is that a problem?
"I want my standard table of bindings, just like my Cheerios for
breakfast. Otherwise my day starts off incorrect."

RMS> Are commands missing?

Well, if there were, they wouldn't be missing if you automatically
generated the table,

RMS> If so, which ones?

Well, OK, I thus hit C-h b, and low and behold:

Major Mode Bindings: [By the way, DO say _which_ major mode, here in C-h b]
key             binding
---             -------

:               compilation-send-line:tt
q               quit-window
DEL             scroll-down
SPC             scroll-up
ESC             Prefix Command
RET             compile-goto-error
C-c             Prefix Command
<mouse-2>       compile-mouse-goto-error

ESC }           compilation-next-file
ESC {           compilation-previous-file
ESC p           compilation-previous-error
ESC n           compilation-next-error

C-c C-k         kill-compilation
C-c C-c         compile-goto-error

Plenty more than frozen C-h m tells us. Lots apparently from my
.emacs. All fair game.

So what do you think about that, Stallllman, as Austin Powers would
say :-) :-) :-)

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