Commit 58f1634a authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

(isearch-mode-map): Delete the binding for C-h.

parent 0b2974ab
......@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
;; Author: Daniel LaLiberte <liberte@cs.uiuc.edu>
;; |$Date: 1993/03/17 17:17:05 $|$Revision: 1.26 $
;; |$Date: 1993/03/21 05:50:17 $|$Revision: 1.27 $
;; This file is not yet part of GNU Emacs, but it is based almost
;; entirely on isearch.el which is part of GNU Emacs.
......@@ -92,8 +92,12 @@
;;;====================================================================
;;; Change History
;;; $Header: /home/gd/gnu/emacs/19.0/lisp/RCS/isearch.el,v 1.26 1993/03/17 17:17:05 eric Exp jimb $
;;; $Header: /gd/gnu/emacs/19.0/lisp/RCS/isearch.el,v 1.27 1993/03/21 05:50:17 jimb Exp rms $
;;; $Log: isearch.el,v $
; Revision 1.27 1993/03/21 05:50:17 jimb
; * isearch.el (isearch-switch-frame-handler): Call
; handle-switch-frame instead of select-frame; it has been renamed.
;
; Revision 1.26 1993/03/17 17:17:05 eric
; Add standard library headers.
;
......@@ -349,16 +353,9 @@ Default value, nil, means edit the string instead.")
(define-key map "?" 'isearch-*-char)
(define-key map "|" 'isearch-|-char)
;; You can reenable global keys by binding them locally to nil.
;; For the help char this doesnt work quite as expected because
;; isearch-mode is not a major mode. Also the echo area is not
;; restored after the help command while isearch-mode is
;; still active. Furthermore, we should not assume that the
;; help-command is on C-h. But here is how it would be done:
;; (define-key map "\C-h" nil)
;; Instead bind C-h to special help command for isearch-mode.
(define-key map "\C-h" 'isearch-mode-help)
;;; Turned off because I find I expect to get the global definition--rms.
;;; ;; Instead bind C-h to special help command for isearch-mode.
;;; (define-key map "\C-h" 'isearch-mode-help)
;; To handle local bindings with meta char prefix keys, define
;; another full keymap. This must be done for any other prefix
......
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