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Re: customizing MCL
- To: Michael Travers <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Janet Cahn <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: customizing MCL
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill St. Clair)
- Date: Tue, 21 Jun 1994 09:03:42 -0400
- Cc: email@example.com
At 1:20 AM 6/21/94 -0400, Michael Travers wrote:
> what is the function that corresponds to M-x?
> i'd like to bind M-x to a single keystroke.
>There isn't a M-x command in FRED, I believe.
That is correct.
> also, there seems to be no 'describe-key-binding
> function in fred, as there is in unix (name might
> not be exactly right). is this true (i hope not)?
>You can do something like:
> (comtab-get-key *comtab* '(:control #\a))
>to get the definition for c-a. There is also a
There is a comtab-key-documentation function, but it returns
NIL for all of the builtin comtabs. You can use comtab-set-key
to set the function and doc-string for a key binding.
> and i'd also like to bind C-x to a single keystroke.
> in emacs, i had to write a small function to do this.
> does such a function exist in MCL?
>I tried this:
> (comtab-set-key *comtab* #\` (comtab-get-key *comtab* '(:control #\x)))
>and it seems to work.
That works. You can also do it as follows, since Fred comtabs support
(comtab-set-key *comtab* #\` (keystroke-code '(:control #\x)))