Gmail eats Python
cs at zip.com.au
Thu Jul 30 02:45:14 CEST 2015
On 29Jul2015 18:32, Laura Creighton <lac at openend.se> wrote:
>In a message of Tue, 28 Jul 2015 20:35:15 -0700, Rustom Mody writes:
>>- I should not have to customize emacs so that CTRL/A, CTRL/E, CTRL/N, and
>>CTRL/P continue to work the way they've done since the mid-1970s.
>>¹ emacs 18 dates from around 1992 (!!)
>No, the original one was written in 1976.
>These control characters are the very basic move characters in emacs.
>People have always been free to remap them if they want them to do
>something else, but waking up in the morning and discovering that you
>cannot move to the front of your current line, to the end ot it, one line
>up and one line down because somebody has changed this ***for everybody***
>would get me quite upset, too.
Yeah, I'd be annoyed too. I'm a vi user, but use the emacs mode for shell
command line editing as it is modeless. ^A, ^E, ^P and ^N are really quite
>Laura (happy emacs user since 1979)
Cameron Simpson <cs at zip.com.au> (happy vi user since 1985)
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