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= Useful Keybindings =
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nnoremap fd :cf /tmp/autotoest.txt:compiler rubyunitwould be betetr than nmap fd :cf /tmp/autotest.txt :compiler rubyunitbecause* can be mapped into another key (actually I did)* if you type numbers before fd unconciously, the command cf would run many times
 
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; {{CommandKeys|C-x 8 RET|ucs-insert}}
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: Use this to input a unicode charcter without resorting to any of the [[Input methods]]. For example, to insert a  [http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/2603/index.htm snowman] type {{CommandKeys|C-x 8 RET SNOWMAN RET}} or type {{CommandKeys|C-x 8 RET 2603 RET}}.
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You know those empty blocks for characters when no suitable font is found?
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Well Emacs 24 will show the hex code in the block. From C-h n (news):
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"Enhanced support for characters with no glyphs in available fonts.
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If a character has no glyphs in any of the available fonts, Emacs
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normally displays it either as a hexadecimal code in a box or as a
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thin 1-pixel space. In addition to these two methods, Emacs can
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display these characters as empty box, as an acronym, or not display
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them at all.  To change how these characters are displayed, customize
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the variable `glyphless-char-display-control'."
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Latest revision as of 21:21, 22 June 2012

nnoremap fd :cf /tmp/autotoest.txt:compiler rubyunitwould be betetr than nmap fd :cf /tmp/autotest.txt :compiler rubyunitbecause* can be mapped into another key (actually I did)* if you type numbers before fd unconciously, the command cf would run many times