[lug] Emacs problem

Steve T. maxl at squeep.com
Thu Aug 16 18:16:14 MDT 2001

On Thu, Aug 16, 2001 at 05:39:11PM -0600, Tkil wrote:
> >>>>> "Steve" == Steve T <maxl at squeep.com> writes:
> Steve> Interestingly enough, XEmacs never gets the keystrokes - which
> Steve> is doubly odd, because I happen to be running it in console.
> Steve> Any idea how to tell what's intercepting the keystroke and fix
> Steve> it?
> does the sequnce "ESC >" work?  i haven't done enough work on the
> console to guess what might be eating ALT/META events....

Interestingly enough, it does - why is this?

> Steve> For some odd reason, my version of XEmacs (21.4.14) doesn't
> Steve> seem to have this.
> that's *very* odd.  view-lossage has been in GNU emacs the entire time
> i've been using it, which means something like 15 years by now.  the
> docs for it on my box at work (RH7.1, XEmacs 21.4.14) gives the
> following for M-x describe-function RET view-lossage RET:

I have view-lossage, but I don't have key-bindings, for some reason.


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