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Re: line-line-move-visual: was line motion problem

From: T. V. Raman
Subject: Re: line-line-move-visual: was line motion problem
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2008 06:39:12 -0700

I  think changing the behavior of the arrow keys and c-n / c-p to
default to the behavior from visual-line-mode is simply too
drastic a change for Emacs. It should be customizable, and once a
minor mode,  come with a turn-on-visual-mode that users can place
on various hooks. 

>>>>> "David" == David Reitter <address@hidden> writes:
    David> On 16 Jul 2008, at 12:26, Stefan Monnier wrote:
    >> Yes, it should be a define-minor-mode (with name ending in
    >> "-mode").  Can someone make this change?
    David> What do we conclude from the discussion related to
    David> this?
    David> My understanding is that we were going to have visual
    David> navigation (arrow keys, C-n, C-p) default to on, and
    David> leave default behavior of C- a and C-e as is, with
    David> some code (from the visual-line-mode that I posted) to
    David> optionally remap C-a and C-e to visual navigation as
    David> it is sensible in text modes.
    David> Should this be one minor mode that defaults to on, or
    David> should we have two minor modes then?  Also, should C-a
    David> and C-e default to the visual mode in all text modes?
    David> (Would that just go in text-mode-hook?)

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