Hi Alan, I thought you wouldn't mind if I brought this to the list in
a new thread...
On Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 4:34 AM, Alan Schmitt
> Eduardo Ochs
> > Btw, can you tell me what are the worst conflicts of keys between eev
> > and the rest?...
> The one that bothered me most is M-j, which I'm using to join lines.
Here are two very quick workarounds while we don't have anything
better... The first one:
(defalias 'e 'eev-mode)
`M-x e RET' turns eev-mode on and off, and you can see by the "eev"
lighter in the mode line whether it is on or off...
The second one:
(defun eejump-7 () (my-join-lines))
supposing that your "join lines" function is in `my-join-lines'...
then while eev-mode is on you can use M-7 M-j to run
By the way I use one-letter function names often, so for me `M-x
letter RET' is very quick to type (because of practice!)... many of my
files have things like these near the top,
% (defun c () (interactive) (find-sh "cd ~/LATEX/ && latex foo.tex"))
% (defun c () (interactive) (find-sh "cd ~/LATEX/ && pdflatex foo.tex"))
% (defun d () (interactive) (find-xdvipage "~/LATEX/foo.dvi"))
% (defun d () (interactive) (find-xpdfpage "~/LATEX/foo.pdf"))
where some of my conventions are: `c' to "compile", `d' for "display".
This is not documented yet... the template that I use to create new
LaTeX files with things like these at the top is in one of my personal
.emacs.something files - actually here, ugly and full of obsolete
I've thought about creating some sample functions like
`find-C-prog-links', `find-python-prog-links', `find-sh-prog-links',
`find-make-prog-links', etc, with these templates, mainly tailored for
students who are just beginning to play with these languages, but
never did that... shame on me!
More later! Cheers,