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- To: MOON at MIT-AI
- From: Mike McMahon <MMCM at MIT-AI>
- Date: Sun ,13 Jul 80 16:28:00 EDT
- Cc: BUG-ZWEI at MIT-AI
Date: 13 JUL 1980 0157-EDT
From: Moon at MIT-AI (David A. Moon)
How can I get Electric Shift Lock mode to be operative on a non-lisp mode
buffer, e.g. the microcode? I have a mode hook in my init file that turns
electric shift lock minor mode on and off, but if I turn it on manually for
a buffer that the mode hook turned it off for, it appears in the mode line
but fails to upper-case any characters. Evidently there are two independent
guys each deciding whether or not electric shift lock should be operative.
A while ago someone added this flag called *GLOBAL-SHIFT-LOCK-MODE-ENABLE*
(actually without the *'s, because they did not believe in following the editor
coding conventions) that modes have to set to have it work at all.
I guess since people use the mode hook, the correct thing would be to remove
it from the sticky minor modes and flush that extraneous flag.