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Re: superword-mode

From: Davis Herring
Subject: Re: superword-mode
Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2013 14:16:26 -0600
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> TZ> 1) use `forward-sexp' instead of `forward-symbol'
> TZ> 2) implement a local version of `forward-symbol'
> TZ> 3) autoload `forward-symbol'
> In order to avoid breakage I implemented (1) but please tell me if you
> think that's the wrong decision.  Thanks.

I think it's certainly wrong to do (1) -- a balanced set of parentheses
or so is not a natural extension of a word the way a symbol is, and it
seems useful for M-f and C-M-f to remain distinct under
`superword-mode'.  I don't have a preference between (2) and (3), except
to say that either the (2) version or the thingatpt version could be
(re)written to use \_< and \_> just like `cfengine-mode'.


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