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Re: Idea for compilation mode

From: Stephan Stahl
Subject: Re: Idea for compilation mode
Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 15:31:44 +0200
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Andreas Schwab <address@hidden> wrote:

> Stephan Stahl <address@hidden> writes:
> |> My point was not to replace C-x ` but to add some keybindings to make
> compile 
> |> mode better. When compiling i think one is often in the compile buffer and
> |> could surely use this bindings.
> When you are inside the compilation buffer you can hit RET to jump to an
> error.

When i first replied to this thread my idea was only to add a few key bindings 
to compile mode. Like C-c C-r for recompile, C-c C-g for grep and C-c C-c for 
compile. And to extend compile mode to handle errors and warnings different and 
to provide key bindings for those.

Someone else started that C-x ` -replacement-thing. I do not have much of a 
opinion about that. It was suggestest to use C-x C-n instead if only few people 
want to use its current binding set-goal-column. I added that it then would be 
nice to use C-x C-p  for previous-error. C-x C-p has a binding at the moment 
(mark-page) which could/should be moved to C-x p which is free at the moment 
and which would then be similar to C-x h (mark-whole-buffer).

So i have to say thanks for pointing out to use RET but i know that allready. 
Maybe my previous messages were not clear enough. Sorry for the confusion.

Stephan Stahl

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