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Re: Delegating user-reserved key binding space definition to users

From: xenodasein
Subject: Re: Delegating user-reserved key binding space definition to users
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2022 14:53:42 +0100 (CET)

Nov 25, 2022, 03:31 by yantar92@posteo.net:

> Psionic K <psionik@positron.solutions> writes:
>> Abstract commands are just command remap targets in the global map.  The
>> concrete global commands would directly command remap in the global map.
>> Abstract command bindings would be consumed when modes generate keymaps for
>> major & minor modes.  A Corfu map generator would for example see an
>> abstract command like "user-next" bound with the C-n sequence and choose to
>> shadow C-n in its map.  If the user rebinds the global abstract command,
>> the other modes could easily follow this change, perhaps even though a hook
>> to immediately propagate the change.
> +1
> Anyone who tried to re-bind default bindings for, say, C-n/C-p/n/p might
> be familiar what the problem with current Emacs approach is. It is very
> annoying to keep tweaking every single package bindings out there and
> also deal with cascading key collisions.
> -- 
> Ihor Radchenko // yantar92,
> Org mode contributor,
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Easy to configure key bindings?  Ugh who needs that, the bindings are
already perfect.  Emacs -Q is the supreme experience created in the
vein as a physics experiment colliding as many things as possible, so
everything has to be optimized for it's out of box magnificence!

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