|Subject:||Re: Ctrl-[ ?|
|Date:||Fri, 7 Jun 2019 00:01:41 +0900|
Well, for some people, obviously not for everybody.
My issue was understanding *why* it was the case. The history with ascii is cute but really makes just as much sense to me as if I had to enter unicode escaped sequences in emacs to be able to type Japanese.
? Which is not what I'd like to have here.
What I'd like to have is some documentation about that issue in the Emacs manual *and* a documented way to override that behavior on my side.
What compatibility would that break ? If I were to bind C-[ in GUI emacs to something that I find more convenient than ESC in that position, how would that break something ?
That could be me too if you explained the issue in a more intelligible way.
Now I see that some things are explained in "Named ASCII Control Characters" in the manual. That part definitely needs some explicit wording for non nerds.
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