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Re: c++ and c common mode


From: Hadron Quark
Subject: Re: c++ and c common mode
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2006 17:10:27 +0100
User-agent: Gnus

"Robert Thorpe" <address@hidden> writes:

> Hadron Quark wrote:
>> "Robert Thorpe" <address@hidden> writes:
>> > Hadron Quark wrote:
>> >> Leo <address@hidden> writes:
>> >>
>> >> > * [2006.12.13 03:43 +0100] Hadron Quark wrote:
>> >> >                            ^^^^^^^^^^^^
>> >> >> I am duplicating hook additions e.g
>> >> >>
>> >> >> (add-hook 'c-mode-common-hook 'my-c-init)
>> >> >
>> >> > I think this line is sufficient.
>> >>
>> >> The one line I *did* have to duplicate was the define-key to add to both
>> >> keyboard maps:
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> ,----
>> >> |   (let ((dl '(
>> >> |               ([f1] . jump-man-page)
>> >> |               ([backtab] . semantic-ia-complete-symbol)
>> >> |               ([f5] . find-tag-noconfirm)
>> >> |               ([f6] . find-tag-repeat)
>> >> |               ([f7] . pop-tag-mark)
>> >> |               ([f2] . gdb-restore-windows)
>> >> |               ([f10] . compile)
>> >> |               ([f11] . next-error)
>> >> |               ([f12] . gdba))))
>> >> |     (dolist (i dl)
>> >> |       (define-key c-mode-map (car i) (cdr i))
>> >> |       (define-key c++-mode-map (car i) (cdr i))
>> >> |       ))
>> >> `----
>> >>
>> >> is there a better way? Some common "subset" for "c like" files?
>> >
>> > Add-hook just adds a function, so why not put the above in a function?
>> >
>>
>> It is : it was just an extract to show the duplication of the define-key 
>> lines.
>
> Ah, I'm with yer now.  You could do:-
>
> (defun define-key-c-and-c++-map (key x)
>   (define-key c-mode-map key x)
>   (define-key c++-mode-map key y))
>

Thanks, but  I realise that - not much of a saving IMO and more
cluttering up of name space. I guess I was asking if there is a "base
key map" shared by all "c like" file modes so I only have to define-key
once. No big deal I agree, but was just trying to tidy my emacs
libraries which are full of this & that at the moment as I built up my
emacs gdb support knowledge.



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