|Subject:||Re: Problem quitting properly from transient keymap with one keystroke|
|Date:||Thu, 19 Oct 2017 11:40:36 -0400|
The problem is that set-transient-map uses pre-command-hook to test the
stay-in-transient-map function and to exit, so if a keystroke sets the
flag read by the stay-in-transient-map function to disable the transient
map, this check is not done until another key is pressed because the
pre-command-hook is not run again until then (so the code doesn't see
the flag change until then).
I can't just add a post-command-hook that calls the transient map
disable function because calling (keyboard-quit) from the
post-command-hook triggers an error and I imagine that is not a proper
Is there any clean way to exit and abort from a transient keymap upon a
single key press?
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