Commit c7cac5cc authored by Michael Kifer's avatar Michael Kifer
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2008-16-06 Michael Kifer <kifer@cs.stonybrook.edu>

	* viper.texi (viper-ESC-keyseq-timeout, viper-ESC-key): removed.
parent 42acc581
2008-16-06 Michael Kifer <kifer@cs.stonybrook.edu>
* viper.texi (viper-ESC-keyseq-timeout, viper-ESC-key): removed.
2008-11-14 Chong Yidong <cyd@stupidchicken.com>
* ns-emacs.texi: Moved into macos.texi in the main Emacs manual.
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......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ developing GNU and promoting software freedom.''
@titlepage
@title Viper Is a Package for Emacs Rebels
@subtitle a Vi emulator for Emacs
@subtitle April 2007, Viper Version 3.13.1
@subtitle November 2008, Viper Version 3.11.2
@author Michael Kifer (Viper)
@author Aamod Sane (VIP 4.4)
......@@ -1721,15 +1721,6 @@ Normally, this is not necessary, since graphical displays have separate
Meta keys (usually on each side of the space bar). On a dumb terminal, Viper
sets this variable to @code{twice}, which is almost like @code{nil}, except
that double @key{ESC} beeps. This, too, lets @key{ESC} to be used as a Meta.
@item viper-ESC-keyseq-timeout 200 on tty, 0 on windowing display
Escape key sequences separated by this much delay (in milliseconds) are
interpreted as command, ignoring the special meaning of @key{ESC} in
VI. The default is suitable for most terminals. However, if your terminal
is extremely slow, you might want to increase this slightly. You will know
if your terminal is slow if the @key{ESC} key sequences emitted by the
arrow keys are interpreted as separately typed characters (and thus the
arrow keys won't work). Making this value too large will slow you down, so
exercise restraint.
@item viper-fast-keyseq-timeout 200
Key sequences separated by this many milliseconds are treated as Vi-style
keyboard macros. If the key sequence is defined as such a macro, it will be
......@@ -1896,10 +1887,6 @@ changed interactively after Viper is loaded.
In Insert state, this key acts as a temporary escape to Vi state, i.e., it
will set Viper up so that the very next command will be executed as if it
were typed in Vi state.
@item viper-ESC-key "\e"
Specifies the key used to escape from Insert/Replace states to Vi.
Must be set in @file{.viper}. This variable cannot be
changed interactively after Viper is loaded.
@item viper-buffer-search-char nil
Key used for buffer search. @xref{Viper Specials}, for details.
@item viper-surrounding-word-function 'viper-surrounding-word
......@@ -1946,7 +1933,6 @@ can include a line like this in your @file{.viper} file:
@vindex @code{viper-vi-style-in-minibuffer}
@vindex @code{viper-no-multiple-ESC}
@vindex @code{viper-always}
@vindex @code{viper-ESC-keyseq-timeout}
@vindex @code{viper-fast-keyseq-timeout}
@vindex @code{viper-ex-style-motion}
@vindex @code{viper-ex-style-editing}
......@@ -1965,7 +1951,6 @@ can include a line like this in your @file{.viper} file:
@vindex @code{viper-replace-region-start-symbol}
@vindex @code{viper-allow-multiline-replace-regions}
@vindex @code{viper-toggle-key}
@vindex @code{viper-ESC-key}
@vindex @code{viper-buffer-search-char}
@vindex @code{viper-surrounding-word-function}
@vindex @code{viper-vi-state-hook}
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