[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Would you believe a new feature in ITS EMACS?
- To: Bug-EMACS@AI.AI.MIT.EDU
- Subject: Would you believe a new feature in ITS EMACS?
- From: Rob Austein <SRA@XX.LCS.MIT.EDU>
- Date: Wed, 11 Jan 1989 02:35 EST
Now that I have the head of this dinky unix box on my desk instead of
my trusty VT100 hardwired to a PDP-10, I seem to have accidently
rewired my brain so that the <Tab> key means <Complete> (I also have
to suppress the tendency to type lisp forms in my *Scratch* buffer,
but that's another story).
So, I taught & Read Command Name$ that <Tab> is a synonym for
<Altmode>. Source is in AI: EMACS1; CRL 208. Read not if ye be faint
The stuff in AI: EMACS1; doesn't appear to be a complete set of
sources: some of the files have unlikely version numbers, and EINIT is
unable to generate a new [PURE] > from what's there. Perhaps we
should do something about this before XX evaporates. Anybody there
who can explain what the current state of the AI sources is believed