"<=" in R or S

Hans Ehrbar ehrbar at econ.utah.edu
Wed Oct 4 18:00:18 CEST 2000

The command

(define-key ess-mode-map "\C-^" 'R-equals)

worked for me only because I had been in ess-mode previously
in the same emacs session.  In order to put it into the
.emacs file you have to do what Ed Kademan suggested:

   '(lambda ()
      (define-key inferior-ess-mode-map "_" "<-")))

What is the difference between inferior-ess-mode-map
and ess-mode-map?

I did not get C-= to work either, but then I remembered
that I was kermiting from an old dos machine in my home
to a linux machine in my office and then telnetting
to our Department Sun station, and this might be
responsible for not all control keys working.

Hans Ehrbar.

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