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[AUCTeX-devel] Re: keybinding: next and previous error

From: Richard Lewis
Subject: [AUCTeX-devel] Re: keybinding: next and previous error
Date: Sat, 28 May 2005 02:00:42 +0100
User-agent: Gnus Emacs (gnu/linux)

Ralf Angeli <address@hidden> writes:

> * David Kastrup (2005-05-27) writes:
>> Can you summarize the effect on current XEmacs versions and Emacs 21?
> The only key binding for `next-error' on those is `C-x `'.  This will
> then be available for `TeX-next-error'.
>> If we steal M-g from XEmacs' goto-line, we should perhaps remap M-g
>> M-g and M-g g there.
> I doubt that XEmacs users will find this very funny.  We should rather
> leave `M-g' alone.
>> And I don't know if on Emacs 21 M-g n and M-g p are still available.
>> If not, we'd have to think what to do here.
> Currently I don't have access to an Emacs 21, so checking this would
> be rather inconvenient.  In case there already is a binding for `M-g'
> we should probably leave it alone as well.

On emacs 21.4 (the one to be included the next Debian stable release)
M-g seems to have something to do with setting faces, eg

  M-g b runs the command facemenu-set-bold
  M-g i runs the command facemenu-set-italic

also M-g M-g runs the command font-lock-fontify-block

[for some reason C-h k M-g does exactly the same as plain M-g, in
particular it does not tell you wtf it actually does]
M-g n (and M-g g and M-g p) are undefined

I hope you are not going to remove C-c ` completely (on uk keyboards `
is to the left of the 1, quite easy to type)

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