[Idle-dev] newbie question: getting emacs keybindings in IDLE
ronmac at media.mit.edu
Fri Oct 21 22:36:42 CEST 2005
I am using IDLE version 1.1.1 in python 2.4.1 and would like to add the
simplest emacs keybindings like C-p for 'move up one line', C-f 'move
forward a character'... C-n 'move down a line'... etc....
Can you please point me to some approach that will do this? I've tried to edit the existing IDLE keybindings but didn't really get very
far (kept banging into C-f being bound to Find even though I removed all references to it in config-keys.def.... etc )
I also have tried using XEmacs and find the lack of color a real pain. I've searched the web for emacs keybindings for
IDLE and found some interesting pointers but have not got anything to work..
any help will be much appreciated..
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