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Re: How use keybindings in term mode?

From: Nurullah Akkaya
Subject: Re: How use keybindings in term mode?
Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2009 18:24:01 +0200

On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 9:11 AM, Xah Lee <address@hidden> wrote:
On Jan 30, 10:59 pm, "address@hidden"
<address@hidden> wrote:
> "term" (term mode) is more like a real shell than "shell"
> I noticed you can't do certain keybindings in term mode.  It is as if
> you lose all your Emacs key binding when you use term mode.
> Is there some way to find a happy medium between term and shell?
> In other words, more power than shell w/o losing so many keybindings
> like in term mode?
> chris

there is a thing called Asking Too Much. Lol.

there's "shell", and there's "term". (and there's "eshell" and

each one is created to be optimal for some purposes.

Sure, you can add your personal customization on top of any to give
your "happy middle". Though, unless you have a specific customization
question... there's no such as happy middle in the already 4 variants.

my personal q is what's the diff between term and terminal-emulator...
never spend time on it. I'm very happy with just "shell". For any term
need, i switch to a "real" term emulator.


you can switch between term modes. using C-c c-j will put you in line mode where term is behaves like a buffer , then u can use C-c c-k to switch back to char mode. also if you have global set  keys in your .emacs they will work.

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