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Re: backwards-kill-word in ansi-term and C-f2

From: cvd
Subject: Re: backwards-kill-word in ansi-term and C-f2
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2009 09:23:31 -0800 (PST)
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On Feb 12, 8:46 am, cvd <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've noticed a couple of issues with CVS Emacs on OS 10.5.6:
> 1.  In ansi-term, if I use backward-kill word to remove part of a path
> at the prompt, and then type where those words were and hit Enter, the
> text that was killed was only killed "visually", but is still there,
> causing the command to fail.  This doesn't happen in Emacs 22.
> Example:
> ~$ ls /foo/bar/baz/
> M-d (which kills "baz/")
> ~$ ls /foo/bar/same
> Enter
> ls: /foo/bar/baz/same: No such file or directory
> 2.  On the Mac, you can type C-f2 to get to the menu bar, and then
> move around in the menu with the cursor keys.
> With CVS Emacs when typing C-f2, I get "<C-f2> is undefined" in the
> mini buffer.  This works in Emacs 22.
> Has anyone else experienced this (or, can confirm)?
> Thanks,
> Chris.


This thread:
seems to answer (maybe) Number 2.  I noticed that mac-pass-control-to-
system is not defined in CVS Emacs

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