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[Bug-apl] External tools acting on interpreter commands (nabla and )ED)

From: Elias Mårtenson
Subject: [Bug-apl] External tools acting on interpreter commands (nabla and )ED)
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2014 16:47:31 +0800

Right now, the Emacs mode preprocesses all input being typed by the user, and if he types ∇ followed by a symbol name, the external function editor is opened and the command is never actually sent to the interpreter. This works fairly well, but there are some annoyances:
I think a better solution would be if there was a way I could ask GNU APL to not start the internal line-based function editor, and instead reply with some special code (prefixed by a special character perhaps?) that could trigger the opening of the function editor.

Another solution could be to control this from the native code plugin. For example a function that I could call to register a callback that is called whenever the ∇fn command is issued.

All of the above also applied to the )ED command that I discussed in my previous mail.


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