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Date: Mon ,28 Jul 80 03:38:00 EDT
From: Zvona at MIT-AI (David Chapman)
To: (BUG ZWEI) at MIT-AI
In system 32.3, with microcode 674, on LISP Machine One:
Doing a m-. on a function with a ? in the name is impossible
(except maybe using octal escape) because c-q ? documents c-q.
The whole business of squeezing two unrelated commands into this
one character is a real screw.
c-Q in the minibuffer should be just quote. Or c-Q should always quote
any character whose current command binding is not self-insert
(*standard-command*) even if that character is a various quantities
command. Eventually though these commands should be moved to hyper or
super keys in some fashion.