[plt-scheme] keybindings

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Thu Jun 23 19:50:41 EDT 2005

There is support for adding your own keybindings to drscheme now. See
the drscheme manual.


At Thu, 23 Jun 2005 18:46:06 -0500, Corey Sweeney wrote:
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> I've been making good use of the reader macros, and not suprizingly,
> I'm running out of distinctive keys to hook the reader macros too. 
> Since the reader macros actually bind to charactors, not keys, I found
> some neat unicode charactors that i could use for my reader macros,
> but the programmer still needs to be able to enter the new charactors.
> I've looked around and so far i've mainly seen mentions that changing
> the plt keymaps is a grueling expirence.   I guess I'm hoping that the
> harsh expirence is only if you are trying to add a new function, and
> that just binding a single charactor to a new key combination might be
> reasonable.
> I'm fine with moddifying the plt source if it's easier to get my
> keybindings working that way.
> My other option is to use the X11 window manager to make the
> keybinding, which i'm not sure how well will work out since it's
> unicode.  i'm guessing by default plt takes it's input as UTF-8, but
> really don't know much about how X passes key events.
> Any advice?
> Corey

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