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Re: keybinding to duplicate the current line.

From: Ken Hori
Subject: Re: keybinding to duplicate the current line.
Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2010 07:48:14 -0800

I just took a look inside lisp/ dir.

modula2.el overrides C-c <letter> keybindings (and so it is a bug).

All else look good (inf-lisp.el and sgml-mode.el do have a non-default-on switch to give
C-c <letter> bindings).

There are more than a few non-standard elisp packages (@ELL or emacs-wiki) that
are not aware of the C-c <letter> convention, I'm sure.
I guess I'll stick with not using C-c prefix for now.

On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 7:38 AM, Chong Yidong <address@hidden> wrote:
Deniz Dogan <address@hidden> writes:

> 2010/1/17 Ken Hori <address@hidden>:
>> C-c prefix is supposed to be "reserved" for end-users.
>> But the sad reality is that more than several major-modes
>> break the convention by overriding C-c ... . So I no longer
>> use C-c prefix and instead define my own keymap.
>> It is more secure, at least probabilistically speaking.
> I don't think any major mode I know of binds "C-c <letter>". Note that
> by <letter> I mean e.g. "C-c i", "C-c a", etc., not "C-c C-i" or "C-c
> C-a".

Indeed.  If you find any major mode that binds C-c <letter>, it is a
bug, so please report it.

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