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Re: [RP] The bad old days, and the delay after hitting C-t...

From: Doug Kearns
Subject: Re: [RP] The bad old days, and the delay after hitting C-t...
Date: Wed Nov 21 16:16:03 2001
User-agent: Mutt/1.2.5i

On Wed, Nov 21, 2001 at 08:21:18PM +1100, Ben Leslie wrote:


> Ok, my hack on keylaunch now seems to have this working nicely.
> Here is an example my config file. Alt-Enter will start an rxvt,
> Everything after break= uses the normal C-t prefix.
> key=..*Return:rxvt
> break=
> key=...m:rp_select_start.sh mutt right "rxvt -e mutt"
> key=...e:rp_select_start.sh emacs left xemacs
> key=...g:ratpoison -c "colon exec galeon -w http://www.";
> I have cut all the key bind stuff out of ratpoison which is a good
> thing imho. Almost all functionality has been duplicated with
> a decent keylaunchrc file.
> Missing functionality includes bind, unbind and help, since these
> all rely on rp handling the keybindings.
> The code for keylaunch is currently pretty ugly, but if anyone
> is interested and actually knows how X progamming works I can 
> make it available.

I'm not sure if you aware that blackbox has a similar helper application
called bbkeys. I haven't looked at it lately but it might be worth
investigating, if only for ideas :-)



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