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Re: Q: How to programatically terminate repeat-mode

From: T.V Raman
Subject: Re: Q: How to programatically terminate repeat-mode
Date: Sun, 02 Oct 2022 17:28:28 -0700
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Juri Linkov <juri@linkov.net> writes:

Replacing the earlier (push 7 unread-command-events)
(when repeat-exit-timer
      (timer-set-idle-time repeat-exit-timer 0))

in my disable-repeat function that I called from the process-sentinel of
the media player -- with check for exit as the guard condition has no
effect and the repeat remains in effect.

>> However I needed to explicitly use (push 7 unread-command-events)
>> rather than the more readable (push repeat-exit-key
>> unread-command-events)
>> since unread-command-events doesn't like having a vector pushed onto it.
> Actually, the most reliable solution would be to use repeat-exit-timer
> because the timer function should run the repeat exit function.
> I don't know if there is a function to run the timer function immediately.
> The only way that I found is to change the timer's time to 0 seconds,
> then the existing timer will fire immediately.  For example:
>   (when repeat-exit-timer
>     (timer-set-idle-time repeat-exit-timer 0))



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