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bug#8317: Subject: 24.0.50; sh-script.el took my key

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: bug#8317: Subject: 24.0.50; sh-script.el took my key
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 14:30:59 +0100
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Am 22.03.2011 14:04, schrieb Drew Adams:
having defined "C-c (" onto some useful function here,
when in Shell-script mode `sh-function` took it.
Seems bad, as "C-c" should be a reserved key for users.

See (elisp)Coding Conventions.
The last section quoted here covers `C-c ('.

      Don't define `C-c LETTER' as a key in Lisp programs.  Sequences
      consisting of `C-c' and a letter (either upper or lower case) are
      reserved for users; they are the *only* sequences reserved for
      users, so do not block them.

      Changing all the Emacs major modes to respect this convention was a
      lot of work; abandoning this convention would make that work go to
      waste, and inconvenience users.  Please comply with it.


    * Sequences consisting of `C-c' followed by a control character or a
      digit are reserved for major modes.

    * Sequences consisting of `C-c' followed by `{', `}', `<', `>', `:'
      or `;' are also reserved for major modes.

    * Sequences consisting of `C-c' followed by any other punctuation
      character are allocated for minor modes.  Using them in a major
      mode is not absolutely prohibited, but if you do that, the major
      mode binding may be shadowed from time to time by minor modes.

Yeah, thanks all, see it.

BTW maybe have a look nonetheless at

ar-parentized-atpt, ar-bracketed-atpt, ar-braced-atpt


With `C-c (' for example I get the whole expression reported, copied, marked, where-ever in parent cursor is.

These just-one-key tools save a lot of time here....




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