[Jed-users-l] JED: Shift-arrow to mark text
doog at google.com
Mon Apr 25 03:16:07 UTC 2011
I see that cuamark.sl instructs me to use "require", so I added this
which loaded without error. Running "jed", Shift-left/right does
*not* select the text.
However, xjed works fine.
I could not find documentation for either "evalfile" or "require" on
jedsoft.org, and am unsure of the difference.
When must evalfile be followed with "pop()"? When do we assign it to
parens: '() = evalfile("cua")'?
On Sun, Apr 24, 2011 at 7:33 PM, Doug Kramer <doog at google.com> wrote:
> Thank you for your replies. I'm a naive user, so please pardon my
> Loading wmark.sl as follows did not enable Shift-arrow to select text:
> if (BATCH == 0)
> () = evalfile("emacs");
> evalfile("wmark"); pop();
> I downloaded cuamark.sl, but cannot copy it to /usr/share/jed/lib even
> with "sudo cp":
> $ sudo cp jed/cuamark.sl /usr/share/jed/lib/
> [sudo] password for doog:
> cp: cannot stat `jed/cuamark.sl': Permission denied
> How would I load the file from ~/jed/cuamark.sl ?
> While using emacs mode, I would also like assign ^C to copy:
> setkey ("yp_copy_region_as_kill", "^C");
> However, it is set as a prefix key:
> _Reserved_Key_Prefix = "\003"; % ^C
> Is it possible to unset or override this? (I cannot edit
> I'm quite happy with the design philosophy (and implementation) of JED, and
> hope to learn better how to customize it.
> On Sun, Apr 24, 2011 at 10:42 AM, Guenter Milde <
> milde at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>> On 23.04.11, Doug Kramer wrote:
>> > Is there a way in JED for Shift-arrow to mark text?
>> Load cuamark.sl or wmark.sl.
>> Some terminal emulators do not distinguish arrow from shift-arrow
>> though. On Xjed its working fine.
Yes, it works fine with xjed.
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