[ESS] ESS with Vista
spencer.graves at prodsyse.com
Fri Mar 20 22:10:14 CET 2009
Dear Martin & Stephan:
Thanks very much for the replies.
Per your suggestions (and with further help from Sundar
Dorai-Raj), I added the following to ".emacs":
(global-set-key [(control tab)] "\C-xo") ;; C-tab switch buffers
(global-set-key "\C-cg" 'goto-line) ;; 'Ctrl-c g' jumps to a line number
(global-set-key "\C-cc" 'comment-region) ;; 'Ctrl-c c' comments a region
(global-set-key "\C-cr" 'replace-regexp)
I'm not exactly certain what all this does, but it seems to have
fixed my immediate problems. Moreover, your suggestions also
contributed to improving my general understanding of all this so it
should be easier for me to fix problems like this in the future.
Stephen Eglen wrote:
>> AFAIK, C-[Tab] has never been defined for me in emacs.
>> There's 'C-x b' or 'C-x o' (and others) that are useful for switching
>> buffers, and if you want you can decide to bind C-[Tab] to one
>> of those. But to which one would you want ?
> here's a quick plug for my buffer switching routine, iswitchb. On
> recent Emacs (not sure what XEmacs has now), just do:
> ;; Installation:
> ;; To get the functions in this package bound to keys, use
> ;; M-x iswitchb-mode or customize the option `iswitchb-mode'.
> ;; Alternatively, add the following line to your .emacs:
> ;; (iswitchb-mode 1)
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