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Re: isearch and M-y/C-y

From: Andrew W. Nosenko
Subject: Re: isearch and M-y/C-y
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2008 03:05:51 +0200

What about C-k if it is not occupied already?

On 11/19/08, Juri Linkov <address@hidden> wrote:
>>    > Can we please make it so that C-y yanks text in isearch (when
>>    > doing C-s), and M-y can do whatever C-y is doing now...
>>    >
>>    > The current default is not very friendly, and not really what
>>    > you'd exepct C-y to do..
>>    I'm afraid we can't change old traditional isearch keybindings.
>>    What we can do is to create a new isearch submode with better
>>    keybindings.
>> Why not?  Just because they are old does not mean that they are set in
>> stone, we have done such changes before as well.
> Given that we rebind C-y to yank text in isearch (`isearch-yank-kill'),
> can you find a good keybinding for `isearch-yank-line' that is
> currently on `C-y'?  (It would be good to reserve `M-y' for a new
> command `isearch-yank-pop' by analogy with `M-y' `yank-pop').
> --
> Juri Linkov
> http://www.jurta.org/emacs/

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