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Re: Emacs 22: bind keymappings with cyrrilics to corresponding latin key
Re: Emacs 22: bind keymappings with cyrrilics to corresponding latin keymappings?
Sun, 28 Oct 2007 11:02:21 -0700
i'm thinking that at most you just have to do about 26x2=52 lines of
(global-set-key (kbd "C-Þ C-Á") 'find-file)
(global-set-key (kbd "C-Ì") 'kill-line)
i don't know if there's a easy systematic way... but i'm guessing
manually doing the above is probably easier than hacking up a
as you migt know, C-h k lets you find out the command of a given
C-h f tells you the shortcuts of a given command.
The following might be convenient:
• Emacs's Keybinding Layout
• How to Define Keyboard Shortcuts in Emacs
On Oct 28, 7:29 am, "address@hidden" <address@hidden> wrote:
> I enjoy Emacs 22.1 under Debian. My locale is UTF-8, and I use qwerty/
> ÊÃÕËÅÎ keyboard layouts.
> Recently I began to feel irritated that Emacs ignores keymappings when
> I am at cyrrilic layout. For example, I enter some russian text in say
> LaTeX mode and want to refill paragraph. So I need to switch to latin
> layout, hit M-q, and switch back to continue typing. If I just hit M-q
> while at cyrrilic layout, Emacs says she doesn't know how to handle M-
> Ê. Well, that has logic, but slows me down big time.
> Is there a way to map *all* the [latin] keymappings to corresponding
> "cyrrilic" ones, so C-Þ-C-Á is C-x-C-f, C-Ì is C-k and so on? Any help
> greatly appreciated.