Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden
IMO, being able to bind C-[ to something else is not an important
feature, not enough to break the compatibility. But that's me.
Perhaps it makes sense from a compatibility standpoint, but I
suspect that many users would be surprised by the inability to
rebind C-[ or C-i. (Binding C-i also rebinds TAB.)
Would it make sense to show a warning when trying to bind keys such as
C-[ or C-i? (Or, perhaps better, to show it in the "*Help*" buffer?
C-h k C-[ only shows "ESC- " when I try, though.)
Yes, that's when I started to be confused...
Would it make sense to introduce a variable to turn this behaviour off
in a graphical environment? The default could stay as is.