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Re: going back in time

From: Eric Abrahamsen
Subject: Re: going back in time
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2010 12:33:02 -0700
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Štěpán Němec <address@hidden> writes:

> Andrea Crotti <address@hidden> writes:
>> I was just wondering if there could be kind of undo operation for higher
>> level problems.
>> For example now I just installed ruby-tests.el from emacswiki, which (I
>> saw too late) unfortunately has some "global-set-keys" with combinations
>> that normally I use for other things.
>> Is there any way to revert back to the last global state (it might be
>> useful also in other cases of cours)?
> No (other than redoing your original bindings yourself, obviously).
> And if a package unconditionally/irreversibly adds global bindings, you
> can safely say it's badly written and complain to its author. That's
> what modes and keymaps are for.

Out of curiosity, does unload-feature also unload that feature's
keybindings? How would a package author provide keybindings in
reversible way?


> Štěpán

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