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bug#4362: 23.1: proced -- Mode help lists 'd' as mark command (prefer 'm
bug#4362: 23.1: proced -- Mode help lists 'd' as mark command (prefer 'm')
Fri, 11 Sep 2009 04:17:04 +0300
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.1.50 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu)
>> But now `C-h m' displays:
>> m proced-mark
>> d proced-mark-alt
>> that causes a false impression that these commands are different.
> Perhaps C-h m should merge aliases like where-is seems to do.
>> A simpler fix would be just changing the order of `d' and `m' bindings
>> in `proced-mode-map' like:
> I just copied the undo/advertised-undo approach. Please feel free to
> change this as you see fit.
Using the `:advertised-binding' property just implemented by Stefan is
a nice solution. But other changes in `where-is-internal' broke preferred
key bindings in docstrings. For example, compare the old and new
output of `C-h f Info-mode RET':
- h Invoke the Info tutorial.
+ M-x Info-help Invoke the Info tutorial.
- u Move "up" from this node.
+ ^ Move "up" from this node.
- t Go to the Top node of this file.
+ < Go to the Top node of this file.
- b Go to beginning of node.
+ . Go to beginning of node.
- w Put name of current Info node in the kill ring.
+ c Put name of current Info node in the kill ring.
Should we put `:advertised-binding' for all old preferred key bindings