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  • manandbytes 00:02 on October 20, 2009 Постоянная ссылка |
    Метки: , gnus   

    No more ‘J-j g J-s J-j’, just ‘g’ 

    I read my e-mail with Gnus and have enabled agent mode because it’s impractical to be connected to the internet in order to compose or reply and even to read e-mail. I like an idea to get quick access to my e-mail no matter if I’m online or not.

    Finally I have been tired pressing J-j g J-s J-j many times a day just to send and receive messages. Fortunately Emacs easily allows to reduce a number of key presses due to its great extensibility. What I needed is to tell Emacs which actions to run when a default keyboard shortcut g is pressed in the summary buffer.

    Ok, C-h f define-key shows how to define a keyboard shortcut. But how do I figure out what functions to use? C-h c followed by a single key or its combination gives a function behind any keyboard shortcut. So the solution is simple:

    (define-key
      gnus-group-mode-map (kbd "g") (lambda () (interactive)
       (gnus-agent-toggle-plugged t)
       (gnus-group-get-new-news)
       (gnus-agent-fetch-session)
       (gnus-agent-toggle-plugged nil)))
    

    You don’t even have to know what does this lambda and interactive mean. Well, in most cases 😉

    … even more work for machines ©

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  • manandbytes 00:20 on October 8, 2009 Постоянная ссылка |
    Метки: , ,   

    Emaclipse? 

    I use Emacs and Eclipse for several years but just recently realized that the Quick Access feature in Eclipse and M-x in Emacs are the same and it would be better to use the same keyboard shortcut for both. So what should I choose: Ctrl+3 or M-x?

     
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