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Do not clear selections when C-M-b, C-M-f #58

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ganaware opened this Issue Feb 5, 2019 · 6 comments

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ganaware commented Feb 5, 2019

The original emacs doesn’t clear a mark when moving the cursor.

But in 0.4.0 of the Awesome Emacs Keymap, C-M-b (sexp.moveBackward) and C-M-f (sexp.moveForward) clear selections.

Don't clear selections, please.

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cpryland commented Feb 10, 2019

Don't you have to clear the selection by definition, if you're moving the cursor?

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tuttieee commented Feb 11, 2019

Currently, haruhi-s.sexp extension is used for sexp functions (

"haruhi-s.sexp"
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But Awesome Emacs Kepmap's mark-mode management is not integrated to it.

Then, I will stop using that external extension and implement the original sexp behavior in this extension working with mark-mode.

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tuttieee commented Feb 13, 2019

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tuttieee commented Feb 13, 2019

@ganaware Hi, new version 0.6.0 released and this problem is fixed in that version.
I stopped utilizing the external extension haruhi-s.sexp and implement sexp functionalities embedded in this extension. Then, in version 0.6.0, slurp and barf were eliminated.
Implementing these functionalities is technically possible and please tell me if it is needed.
If not, I will do it after other things.

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ganaware commented Feb 14, 2019

The version 0.6.0 works as expepected.
Thank you!

sexp.slurp and sexp.barf of haruhi-s.sexp correspond to mark-sexp (C-M-SPC) of Emacs, but I have never use it. So, I don't need them.

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tuttieee commented Feb 14, 2019

Thanks!
I'm closing this issue and the rest of related tasks will be in #65

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