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Re: Mc Digest, Vol 58, Issue 11

Subject: Re: Mc Digest, Vol 58, Issue 11
From: chris glur
Date: Thu, 5 Mar 2009 13:43:51 +0300
I suspect that linux can change key-macros by
just over-loading some file. But I can't find
how to do it.

mc / mcedit can't use it's key-macros to search
[and replace] because it can't be made not to
stop to insert a serch-argument. Which is a
pity since search [and replace] a pre-know string
is often required during editing.

== Chris Glur


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> On Wed, 25 Feb 2009, Enrico Weigelt wrote:
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>> From: Enrico Weigelt <[email protected]>
>> Subject: Re: Define a shortcut key for search
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>> * Caj Zell <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>> On Jan 29, 2009, Enrico Weigelt wrote:
>>>> * Mark Ryden <[email protected]> schrieb:
>>>>
>>>> For now, hotkeys are hardcoded, so you'll have to change
>>>> the code. Is there an reasonable interest in
>>>> configurable key bindings ?
>>>
>>> Yes, very much so. Changing sort order and toggling of
>>> hidden files view would be very nice to have the
>>> possibility of configuring your own, or at least to have
>>> as shortcuts (in that case, preferably the ones Total
>>> Commander have chosen).
>>
>> I'm currently thinking of some tiny generic library for
>> this, which does like this:
>>
>> a) commands have names (maybe even cmdline args ?)
>> b) hotkeys are mappings between keycodes and commands
>> c) menus/buttons map to command names
>> d) the mappings can be loaded from external files
>>
>> But: using command names doesnt necessarily mean that
>> every time strings have to be passed and parsed, instead
>> an simple function could construct a direct pointer list
>> where the caller works on.
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>>
>> cu
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>> Enrico Weigelt    ==   metux IT service - http://www.metux.de/
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>> Please visit the OpenSource QM Taskforce:
>>      http://wiki.metux.de/public/OpenSource_QM_Taskforce
>> Patches / Fixes for a lot dozens of packages in dozens of versions:
>>      http://patches.metux.de/
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> I'd also like to see user-defined shortcut keys for mc
> please. So each user can tailor the shortcut keys for their
> own implementation of mc. Maybe mc could start with a set of
> default shorcuts that could then be customised?
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> Kind Regards,
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> Keith Roberts
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