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Re: debugging grub

From: Jeff Sheinberg
Subject: Re: debugging grub
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 17:28:44 -0400

Yoshinori Okuji writes:
 >  --- Daniele Bellucci <address@hidden> wrote:
 > > C-s [Set mark]
 > > C-w [move text starting from C-s to current position {or viceversa} in
 > > kill_buf]
 > > C-m [move forward a word]
 > > C-n [move backward a word]
 > They are not like Emacs at all.


I would welcome patches that use these (Emacs) bindings,

    C-@ set mark
    C-w kill region
    C-y yank region
    M-f forward word
    M-b backward word

Where the Alt key on a pc101 keyboard sets the Meta bit.

I believe that there is an Alt key on the pc104 also.

For those keyboards lacking an Alt or Meta key, then Esc-<key>
should be used to set the Meta bit.

Note that bash, ksh{88,93}, and even the X athena text widget can
handle the common Emacs key bindings.

Jeff Sheinberg

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