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RE: where-is only mentions first key in interval

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: where-is only mentions first key in interval
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 08:15:09 -0800

> I've installed the patch below, so it will display as
> "dired-find-file is on RET, e..f, <menu-bar>"
> It would be better to handle such "trivial" intervals as 
> separate keys, but that's a larger change (because
> "C-x e..f" needs to be turned into "C-x e, C-x f").

If that latter fix is not going to be made instead of what you describe, then I
think the original bug is better than what you describe.  This should be fixed
right - it is a regression wrt Emacs 22 and prior.

This is user help, and help about keys, no less - the most important place to be
clear wrt key descriptions.

Per Emacs key notation, `e..f' means only one thing: the sequence of four
keystrokes `e', `.', `.', and `f'.

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