helm-c-apropos: C-z action does not work. #181

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vspinu opened this Issue Dec 28, 2012 · 9 comments

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vspinu commented Dec 28, 2012

C-z does nothing, C-e works.

I am on the most recent melpa package: 20121227.2226

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Are you sure? C-z should display the first line of docstring in mode-line.
I can't reproduce here.

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thierryvolpiatto commented Dec 28, 2012

Are you sure? C-z should display the first line of docstring in mode-line.
I can't reproduce here.

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Indeed. I didn't notice that.

Since when is this behavior? It used to pop the help buffer with the
full documentation. I would like to have that back if possible. Is it
configurable?

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Are you sure? C-z should display the first line of docstring in mode-line.
I can't reproduce here.

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Indeed. I didn't notice that.

Since when is this behavior? It used to pop the help buffer with the
full documentation. I would like to have that back if possible. Is it
configurable?

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Are you sure? C-z should display the first line of docstring in mode-line.
I can't reproduce here.

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Vitalie Spinu notifications@github.com writes:

Indeed. I didn't notice that.

Since when is this behavior?
Don't remember, but quite long time now.

It used to pop the help buffer with the full documentation.
Maybe long time ago, recently, maybe you did that with helm-M-x?

I would like to have that back if possible. Is it configurable?
No, but it can be implemented.

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Are you sure? C-z should display the first line of docstring in mode-line.
I can't reproduce here.


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Vitalie Spinu notifications@github.com writes:

Indeed. I didn't notice that.

Since when is this behavior?
Don't remember, but quite long time now.

It used to pop the help buffer with the full documentation.
Maybe long time ago, recently, maybe you did that with helm-M-x?

I would like to have that back if possible. Is it configurable?
No, but it can be implemented.

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on Fri, 28 Dec 2012 04:20:24 -0800 wrote:

Are you sure? C-z should display the first line of docstring in mode-line.
I can't reproduce here.


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I am probably confused.

It used to show the help buffer in anything; helm-info-at-point is also showing the full doc on C-z. I think it would be more consistent (and arguably more useful) if helm-c-apropos would show the full doc.

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I am probably confused.

It used to show the help buffer in anything; helm-info-at-point is also showing the full doc on C-z. I think it would be more consistent (and arguably more useful) if helm-c-apropos would show the full doc.

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Ok I don't use much this feature myself also, and it is even simpler and easy to maintain for me, I will remove it.

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thierryvolpiatto commented Dec 28, 2012

Ok I don't use much this feature myself also, and it is even simpler and easy to maintain for me, I will remove it.

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This feature is also available in lisp completion, and there yes it is useful.
I suppose I bring that to helm apropos after implementing it for lisp completion,(don't remember) but that was a bad idea.

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thierryvolpiatto commented Dec 28, 2012

This feature is also available in lisp completion, and there yes it is useful.
I suppose I bring that to helm apropos after implementing it for lisp completion,(don't remember) but that was a bad idea.

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Fixed thanks.

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thierryvolpiatto commented Dec 28, 2012

Fixed thanks.

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Oh, you are lightning fast. Thanks a bunch.

BTW, what is the lisp completion feature you are talking about?

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Oh, you are lightning fast. Thanks a bunch.

BTW, what is the lisp completion feature you are talking about?

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Vitalie Spinu notifications@github.com writes:

Oh, you are lightning fast. Thanks a bunch.
Removing code is fast ;-)

BTW, what is the lisp completion feature you are talking about?
helm-lisp-completion-at-point (C-x c )
You can (re)bind it like this:

;;; Lisp complete or indent. (Rebing )
;;
(helm-define-multi-key lisp-interaction-mode-map
[remap indent-for-tab-command] ;""
'(helm-lisp-indent
helm-lisp-completion-at-point)
0.3)

;;; lisp complete. (Rebind M-)
;;
(define-key lisp-interaction-mode-map [remap completion-at-point] 'helm-lisp-completion-at-point)
(define-key emacs-lisp-mode-map [remap completion-at-point] 'helm-lisp-completion-at-point)

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thierryvolpiatto commented Dec 28, 2012

Vitalie Spinu notifications@github.com writes:

Oh, you are lightning fast. Thanks a bunch.
Removing code is fast ;-)

BTW, what is the lisp completion feature you are talking about?
helm-lisp-completion-at-point (C-x c )
You can (re)bind it like this:

;;; Lisp complete or indent. (Rebing )
;;
(helm-define-multi-key lisp-interaction-mode-map
[remap indent-for-tab-command] ;""
'(helm-lisp-indent
helm-lisp-completion-at-point)
0.3)

;;; lisp complete. (Rebind M-)
;;
(define-key lisp-interaction-mode-map [remap completion-at-point] 'helm-lisp-completion-at-point)
(define-key emacs-lisp-mode-map [remap completion-at-point] 'helm-lisp-completion-at-point)

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