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--vi-keys is misdocumented

From: Benno Schulenberg
Subject: --vi-keys is misdocumented
Date: Sun, 14 May 2017 13:42:16 +0200

When running 'info/ginfo --vi doc/info-stnd.info cus inf'
it says:

     g       beginning-of-node
     G       end-of-node

But what they actually do is first-node and last-node.

But the reason I got there is because I wanted to know
how to do next-node and up-node when using --vi-keys.

     ^xn     next-node
     ^xu     up-node

But they don't work at all: Unknown command (C-x n),
Unknown command (C-x u).  What does work is ^xp,
but that one isn't listed.

Furthermore, why does b do scroll-backward, and f do
scroll-forward-page-only?  Why the asymmetry?  I would
have expected that only the combinations with Ctrl do
the page-only version (or the other way around).

Only by looking at infomap.c, did I find that <Esc><Up>
does prev-node.  But nothing seems to be bound to up-node.
How on earth do people manage with --vi-keys?


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