[plt-scheme] backward-kill-word (m:del) not working

From: Rommel M. Martinez (ebzzry at gmail.com)
Date: Wed Jun 24 12:44:18 EDT 2009

On Wed, Jun 24, 2009 at 8:42 PM, Matthew Flatt<mflatt at cs.utah.edu> wrote:
> At Mon, 22 Jun 2009 23:54:09 +0800, "Rommel M. Martinez" wrote:
>> I'm wondering why is it that hitting the default keybinding
>> for backward-kill-word (m:del/esc:del) no longer works in 4.2. It
>> used to work before. I have only tested it so far for the Linux and
>> Windows ports (although on which platforms is this behavior being
>> observed may not be relevant at all)
> This is now fixed in SVN for the next version.
> The problem was in the recent port of the editor classes to Scheme,
> where "delete" in a keymap was mapped to a 'delete key event (which
> never happens) instead of a #\rubout key event.
> That is, line 42 of
>  <plt>/collects/mred/private/wxme/keymap.ss
> should have been
>        ("delete" . #\rubout)
> Thanks for the report,
> Matthew

It would have been better if i used the bug report facility found
inside the IDE or a the bugs.plt-scheme.org. I'll use those next time.

Thanks anyway :)

Rommel M. Martinez

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