[Python-mode] Don't bind C-c C-h

Barry Warsaw barry at python.org
Fri Mar 19 16:21:16 CET 2010

On Mar 19, 2010, at 03:58 PM, Reinout van Rees wrote:

>Hm. It is apparently not as clear-cut as I always took it to be.  Emacs' 
>info (for instance 
>http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/chemnet/use/info/emacs/emacs_11.html ):
>   C-h or F1 means "help" in various other contexts as well. For
>   example, in query-replace, it describes the options available.
>   After a prefix key, it displays a list of the alternatives that
>   can follow the prefix key. (A few prefix keys don't support this
>   because they define other meanings for C-h.)
>So it *is* apparently OK to use ctrl-h in other meanings!


>But ctrl-c ctrl-h seems to work in every mode I just tested it on: it 
>gives a nice overview of possible keys.

I'm not opposed to moving it and leaving C-c C-h for common functionality.  I
know how much it hurts when modes break your DNA-ingrained assumptions (hello,

Any objections to C-c C-e?


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