[Pkg-jed-commit] r439 - in jed/trunk/debian: . patches
g.milde at web.de
Mon Sep 18 11:00:22 UTC 2006
On 18.09.06, Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
> * Jörg Sommer <joerg at alea.gnuu.de> [2006-09-18 00:31]:
> > Rafael Laboissiere schrieb am Sun 17. Sep, 16:10 (+0200):
> > > * Jörg Sommer <jo-guest at costa.debian.org> [2006-09-17 01:11]:
> > > > + * Added a patch to make the shift line commands respect the repeat count.
> > > > + ^[4^C> to increase the indent level by four steps. [JS]
> > > ^^^^^
> > >
> > > Strange characters, again. However, I do not think that they are
> > > locale-related. Could you please fix this, Jörg?
> > How else would you describe ???ESC 4 ^C >????
> Oh, I see, this are keystrokes. I got confused because the changelog entry
> is not clear. What about this:
> * debian/patches/pymode-repeat-shift.dpatch: Added a patch to make the
> shift line commands respect the repeat count (the prefix argument) in
> Python mode. For instance, the keystrokes "^[4^C>" will correctly
> increase the indent level by four steps.
The standard Jed way? ESC 4 ^C >
Human readable? ESC 4 Ctrl-C >
Alt-4 Ctrl-C >
Meta-4 Ctrl-C >
Do we need to give a keypress example at all in the changelog?
1. The keybinding is not unique: e.g. with the cua emulation, it would be
Alt-4 Ctrl-E >
With the numbuf.sl extension from jed-extra even Alt-4 becomes incorrect.
2. This is just an example of use. As-is, it obscures the fact that this is a
generic change not restricted to four steps. So at least an
"with the emacs emulation for example..." would be needed.
* Added a patch to make the shift line commands respect a
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