Re: [README] New default keybindings [second attempt]

On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 09:38:17AM +0100, Christopher Roy Bratusek wrote:
> ... What does C-M-m in emacs do? (I'm from "the other side", using
> vim) ;)

That depends and this is a problem.  Are you going to check at least
some resonable representation of various "modes"?

The above is really the same as 'M-RET' and, for example, if you are
editing TeX it is used.  In emacs you can ask for a keybinding with
'C-h k' (or from a submenu of a help menu).  Then you may see:

M-RET runs the command LaTeX-insert-item
  which is an interactive Lisp function in `latex.el'.
It is bound to C-c C-j, M-RET, <menu-bar> <LaTeX> <Item>.

Insert a new item in an environment.
You may use `LaTeX-item-list' to change the routines used to insert the item.

In another context the same key sequence can do something else
although here, as you can see, there are multiple bindings to the
same command.

A window manager trying to steal used editor keys is at least
annoying.  If it would turn out that there is no reasonable way to
switch that off then such thing would be immediately junked.


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