Krishnakumar Veeraraghavan wrote:
> Attached is a screemshot showing a sample emacs session on my desktop.
> As you can see, it looks pretty decent. Feel free to add it to the ECB
> screenshots section.
> As a new user, I'm sorta baffled by the number of keystrokes it takes
> to move around the windows (frames ?). The primary purpose of using a
> code browser is to help the user navigate large bodies of code. I
> would suggest using the function keys for example to move from one
> window to another. To go from the editor to the method window, I have
> to type C-c . g m - consider the fact that the control key is badly
> placed on most keyboards, it is really a punishment. Would'nt say F5
> be a lot more easier ?
Yes, of course! I agree with you in 100% - But: A package like ECB can =
bind some ecb-commands to common keys like the function keys because a =
of Emacs-users have already bindings there - therefore a package needs a =
prefix which is unique - for ECB is this [C-c .] (BTW: [C-c <anything =
is mentioned by Emacs to be used as standard package-prefix. Each =
Should respect such conventions.
But feel free to bind all ecb-commands to keys you like....so e.g. bind
a function key to the command ecb-goto-window-methods....use the option
`ecb-key-map' for this....
Does this help?
> That said, I really like ECB (and CEDET). Keep up the great work.
> Looking for more improvements and stabilization.
Thanks for praising :-))
> A happy ECB user,