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Re: Any hope of being able to redefine C-x without problems???


From: Christian Seberino
Subject: Re: Any hope of being able to redefine C-x without problems???
Date: 20 Sep 2003 23:47:40 -0700

Jesper

There is no way to write some lisp code that makes me able
to define C-x and alter gdb to not have a problem?
I thought you could do anything in elisp? 


Chris

Jesper Harder <address@hidden> wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> address@hidden (Christian Seberino) writes:
> 
> > Now I am trying to use gdb (debugger) within Emacs and it can't even
> > start because gdb defines it's "prefix" to be C-x.
> >
> > I tried to redefine gud-key-prefix but I could not.  It seems C-x is
> > extra touchy.  Any hope of pulling this off?
> 
> No.  Emacs reserves a number of key bindings for users, which modes
> mustn't touch.  They are
> 
> * `C-c LETTER'   (C-c followed by any letter), and
> * The function key F5-F9.
> 
> Use one of those reserved bindings to avoid conflict with major and
> minor modes.


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