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Re: Tutorial incorrectly thinks emacs -Q uses customizations. Alarmist a
Lennart Borgman (gmail)
Re: Tutorial incorrectly thinks emacs -Q uses customizations. Alarmist and confusing tutorial intro.
Sun, 28 Jan 2007 12:34:52 +0100
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Chris Moore wrote:
"Lennart Borgman (gmail)" <address@hidden> writes:
Drew Adams wrote:
Clicking either of the "more info" links leads to further incorrect
Please tell what the incorrect information is.
I'm guessing it's this:
The default Emacs binding for the key <M-backspace> is the command
`backward-kill-word'. However, your customizations have rebound it to
the command `nil'.
"the command `nil'"? `nil' isn't a command!
Ah, yes. It is part of the same bug. I initially misunderstood the
translation key maps and their function versus the key lookup functions.
I think the problem Drew saw only shows up on w32, but I am not quite
sure. If the tutorial is started after emacs -Q on GNU/Linux, does it
looks ok then?