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Re: Is Elisp really that slow?


From: 조성빈
Subject: Re: Is Elisp really that slow?
Date: Sun, 19 May 2019 19:35:58 +0900

2019. 5. 19. 오후 5:16, Van L <address@hidden> 작성:

> Emanuel Berg writes:
> 
>> Ergus wrote:
>> I don't consider myself an Emacs expert -
>> far from it. But I've been here for 10+
>> years, so I'm happy with my Emacs and my
>> skill level.  But this place still
>> doesn't feel like home!  That is strange.
> 
> Is it possible to have the best of all possible
> worlds?
> 
> For conservatives, a winter release of old gold keybindings.
> For the free radicals, a spring release with modernizations.

What if having a compatibility-mode that can be activated by something like:
```elisp
(classic-keybindings-mode 1)
```
and refine the default keybindings to be more consistent/mnemonic? People who 
miss the old keybindings will be elisp-proficient; Adding 1 s-exp to the init 
file won’t be a barrier.
For the refined keybindings, Spacemacs can provide a good starting point.

> When I use a long M-x sequence, a shortcut suggestion appears. It disappears 
> before I can catch it. Can it stay for 30 seconds? Can there be an instant 
> interactive override to set it whatever you like?

I would like a semi-AI that suggests interactive functions based on key presses 
or actions the user performs... `You can use C-e (goto-end-line) to perform 12 
keystokes you performed.'
Saying about discoverability, I would like a context-sensitive right-click 
mouse menu, something like Microsoft Office. Most newcomers are familiar with 
finding functionality with the mouse; and it isn’t intuitive to find new 
keybindings/functions that Emacs provide to boost productivity. (Actually, 
that’s one of my problems; how should I find new functions...?)

> Evolutionary programming of popular custom keybindings collected at upstream 
> and put thru obstacle course competition is one way of composing a spring 
> release.
> 
> -- 
> © 2019 Van L
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>                             "The interface is a nightmare." - Brendan Schaub
> 




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