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lynx-dev New editing key bindings (was Re: lynx2.8.2dev.4)

From: Klaus Weide
Subject: lynx-dev New editing key bindings (was Re: lynx2.8.2dev.4)
Date: Thu, 19 Nov 1998 11:15:14 -0600 (CST)

On Wed, 18 Nov 1998 address@hidden wrote:

> 1998-11-18 (2.8.2dev.4)
 [ ... ]
>   New bindings:
>     ^B = LYE_BACK   cursor backwards 
>     ^F = LYE_FORW   cursor forwards 
>     ^K = LYE_DELEOL delete to end-of-line 
>     ^T = LYE_DELNW  delete next word 
>     ^X = LYE_DELPW  delete previous word 
>     ^^ = LYE_UPPER  upper case line (not active when kbd-layout binding is)
>     ^_ = LYE_LOWER  lower case line 

Would it be reasonable to have ^U behave like the readline default
(instead of erasing the whole line), i.e. (from the bash man page)

       unix-line-discard (C-u)
              Kill backward from point to the  beginning  of  the

I would personally prefer that behavior.


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