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bug#9809: 24.0.90; flyspell-auto-correct-word hard to access in org-mode


From: Bastien
Subject: bug#9809: 24.0.90; flyspell-auto-correct-word hard to access in org-mode
Date: Sun, 01 Apr 2012 12:00:19 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.94 (gnu/linux)

Bastien Guerry <address@hidden> writes:

> Glenn Morris <address@hidden> writes:
>
>> Eric Hanchrow wrote:
>>
>>> I started emacs with "emacs -Q".  Then I typed
>>>
>>>     M-x o r g - m o d e <return> M-x f l y s p e l l -
>>>     m o d e <return> C-h c <M-tab> C-h c M-TAB
>>>
>>> C-h c <M-tab> showed me "<M-tab> runs the command pcomplete".
>>> C-h c  M-TAB (which I typed via Ctrl+Alt+i) showed me "M-TAB runs the
>>> command flyspell-auto-correct-word".
>>>
>>> I expected _both_ key events -- <M-tab> and M-TAB -- to show me
>>> flyspell-auto-correct-word.
>>
>> This occurs because org.el for some reason tries to define the M-TAB key
>> 3 different ways:
>>
>> (org-defkey org-mode-map [(meta tab)] 'pcomplete)
>> (org-defkey org-mode-map "\M-\t" 'pcomplete)
>> (org-defkey org-mode-map "\M-\C-i"      'pcomplete)
>>
>> Removing all but the second definition would fix this.
>>
>> Ref "Named ASCII Control Characters" in the lispref.
>>
>>     If you do not want to distinguish between (for example) <TAB> and
>>     `C-i', make just one binding, for the ASCII character <TAB> (octal
>>     code 011). If you do want to distinguish, make one binding for this
>>     ASCII character, and another for the "function key" `tab'.
>
> Thanks.  This is now fixing in Org repo, I'll close the bug when
> this goes into Emacs.

Fixed in Emacs trunk.  Closing this bug.

-- 
 Bastien





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