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Sat, 16 Jun 2012 19:28:48 -0500
Gnus/5.130006 (Ma Gnus v0.6) Emacs/24.1 (darwin)
* What does it do?
If you have lots of keybindings set in your .emacs file, it can be hard to
know which ones you haven't set yet -- and which may now be overriding some
new default in a new Emacs version. This module aims to solve that problem.
Bind keys as follows in your .emacs:
(bind-key "C-c x" 'my-ctrl-c-x-command)
If you want the keybinding to override all minor modes that may also bind the
same key, use the `bind-key*` form:
(bind-key* "<C-return>" 'other-window)
If you want to rebind a key only for a particular mode, use:
(bind-key "C-c x" 'my-ctrl-c-x-command some-other-mode-map)
To unbind a key within a keymap (for example, to stop your favorite major mode
from changing a binding that you don't want to override everywhere), use
(unbind-key "C-c x" some-other-mode-map)
After Emacs loads, you can see a summary of all your personal keybindings
currently in effect with this command:
It will tell you if you've overriden a default keybinding, and what that
default was. Also, it will tell you if the key was rebound after your binding
it with `bind-key`, and what it was rebound it to.
* Where to get it?
The home page of the project is https://github.com/jwiegley/bind-key
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