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Re: Keybinding that loops through Major Modes

From: Christopher Dimech
Subject: Re: Keybinding that loops through Major Modes
Date: Mon, 2 Nov 2020 23:11:57 +0100

Have used Org Babel before.  My situation is more complicated
because I use Org Commands in Source Files as well.  To add
further complication, I also add rec commands that can be parsed
by Gnu Recutils, which is useful to we because I can compute some
metrics for my code, such as the Cyclomatic Complexity of each

> Sent: Monday, November 02, 2020 at 10:31 PM
> From: "Vegard Vesterheim" <>
> To: "Christopher Dimech" <>
> Cc:,
> Subject: Re: Keybinding that loops through Major Modes
> On Mon, 2 Nov 2020 22:10:02 +0100 Christopher Dimech <> wrote:
> > I shall explain better then.  In my .texi files I customarily include 
> > commands
> > from other modes or want to use some hooks from other modes (e.g. org-mode).
> > So even after I load a file with the default mode, I would need to quickly
> > shift to another mode temporarily, then switch back to normal-mode.
> I realize this is not an answer to your original question. But have you
> considered writing your file in org-mode? Org-mode can export to
> several formats, also texi.
> Org-mode has this thing called babel
> ( which allows you to embed
> (and even execute) blocks of code in your document.
> From the manual
> (
> Use C-c ' to edit the current code block. It opens a new major mode edit
> buffer containing the body of the source code block, ready for any edits.
> --
> Vennlig hilsen/Best regards
> Vegard Vesterheim
> Senior Software engineer
> +47 48 11 98 98

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