[ESS] disabling C-c h bound to ess-handy-commands
spinuvit at gmail.com
Mon Oct 8 15:13:19 CEST 2012
>> Rodney Sparapani <rsparapa at mcw.edu>
>> on Mon, 08 Oct 2012 07:58:28 -0500 wrote:
> On 10/07/2012 03:32 PM, Vitalie Spinu wrote:
>> C-c C-r ess-eval-region
>> If transient-mark is active. This one is redundant with C-c C-c,
>> C-M-x, C-RET. Roxygen would be good on it.
> Hmmm... I have used C-c C-r quite a lot actually (my fingers do it without me
> really thinking about it). I would like to keep it.
> You say, "If transient-mark is active". What happens otherwise?
> I'm grasping at anything that could possibly save this keypress.
No worries, C-c C-r is in the front of list ;)
Here is a constructive proposal:
C-c C-e ess-extra-map (includes roxygen, which already hands on it)
C-c C-d ess-doc-map (ess-dump-object-into-edit-buffer is moved onto C-c C-e C-e)
C-c C-d ess-dev-map (ess-execute-in-tb is moved on C-c C-e C-t)
C-c C-a ess-handy-commands
Remove C-c C-y (C-c C-z does the job and is faster)
Remove C-c C-k (C-c C-s should be enough and is faster)
;; Not very sure about this one:
Remove C-c C-f (C-c C-c and C-M-x do that anyways)
C-c C-f is a very handy key and can be assigned to something very nice
(like tooltips on object structure http://www.sigmafield.org/comment/10
which we are planing to move into ESS soon).
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