[Openmcl-devel] Fwd: lost word completion
joakim at joakimsandgren.com
Mon Jun 1 06:14:33 PDT 2009
that is : could someone please show me how to do this?
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> De : Joakim Sandgren <joakim at joakimsandgren.com>
> Date : 1 juin 2009 14:36:38 HAEC
> À : Gary Byers <gb at clozure.com>
> Cc : Openmcl-devel Devel <openmcl-devel at clozure.com>
> Objet : Rép : [Openmcl-devel] lost word completion
> Thank you Gary,
> Ok, please indicate me where and how to use esc-\ and I will try it
> Le 1 juin 09 à 14:19, Gary Byers a écrit :
>> On Mon, 1 Jun 2009, Joakim Sandgren wrote:
>>> Hi,The two latest trunks I have are r12148M and r12169M.
>>> In r12148M with the button "use option key as meta" back slash has
>>> functioned as a word completion. In r12148M without th button use
>>> option key as meta" back slash has been
>>> In r12148M backslash has given backslash with or without "use
>>> option key as
>>> meta" in the Apropos, Search File, and Find windows...
>>> In r12169 I now have only backslash as backslash, with ot without
>>> option key as meta" everywhere.
>>> Is this a bug, or have the word completion functionality been
>>> moved to
>>> another key?
>> Word-completion functionality (the Hemlock command "Expand Dynamic
>> Abbreviation") has alway been bound to the Hemlock key events
>> and "meta-`". On a French keyboard, it doesn't seem possible to type
>> a backquote with a single keystroke, and option-/ is the standard way
>> of typing a backslash.
>> r12169 changed the way that keystrokes in editor and listener windows
>> are interpreted when "use option key as meta" is enabled and the
>> option key is pressed; if that keystroke would produce a STANDARD-
>> (in the CL sense) in the current keyboard layout, then the character
>> is inserted as if "Quoted Insert" (c-q) was in effect; otherwise, a
>> Hemlock key event with the meta modifier is generated. This change
>> intended to make it easier to type STANDARD-CHARs (like #\backslash)
>> that may require use of the option key to generate them, but it also
>> means that the option key can't be used to set the Hemlock meta
>> modifier if it would have caused a STANDARD-CHAR to be generated.
>> It's always possible to generate a Hemlock key event that has the
>> modifier set by using the escape (ESC) key as a prefix: typing the
>> ESC key followed by any key X is treated just as if you'd typed
>> "meta-X" on a keyboard that had a meta key, so typing "esc-/" in
>> an editor or listener window will ordinarily run the "Expand Dynamic
>> Abbreviation" (lisp symbol completion) command.
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