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Re: writing menus for modes

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: writing menus for modes
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 09:42:15 -0700
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Miguel Frasson wrote:

I have read the good Mode Tutorial from Emacs wiki. However, there there
is nothing about how to make menus and toolbars for a mode. I have seem
easymenu on wiki also. Is there some nice documentation about toolbars and

Have you read the Menu Bar and Tool Bar nodes of the Emacs Lisp manual?
(I assume that since you asked about the tool bar, you're interested in
the menu bar, not in pop up menus.)  It's pretty easy to add a new item
to the menu bar or tool bar as described there.  I would avoid easymenu:
it's mainly good for writing XEmacs-compatible code, and I found it hard
to use when I had to do that.

Kevin Rodgers

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