Commit e645a1dd authored by Jim Blandy's avatar Jim Blandy
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;; keybinding for standard default sunterm keys
;; Copyright (C) 1987 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
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;; Jeff Peck, Sun Microsystems Inc <>
;; The function key sequences for the console have been converted for
;; use with function-key-map, but the *tool stuff hasn't been touched.
(defun ignore-key ()
"interactive version of ignore"
(defun scroll-down-in-place (n)
(interactive "p")
(previous-line n)
(scroll-down n))
(defun scroll-up-in-place (n)
(interactive "p")
(next-line n)
(scroll-up n))
(defun kill-region-and-unmark (beg end)
"Like kill-region, but pops the mark [which equals point, anyway.]"
(interactive "r")
(kill-region beg end)
(setq this-command 'kill-region-and-unmark)
(set-mark-command t))
(defun select-previous-complex-command ()
"Select Previous-complex-command"
(if (zerop (minibuffer-depth))
(repeat-complex-command 1)
(previous-complex-command 1)))
(defun rerun-prev-command ()
"Repeat Previous-complex-command."
(eval (nth 0 command-history)))
(defvar grep-arg nil "Default arg for RE-search")
(defun grep-arg ()
(if (memq last-command '(research-forward research-backward)) grep-arg
(let* ((command (car command-history))
(command-name (symbol-name (car command)))
(search-arg (car (cdr command)))
(and command-name (string-match "search" command-name)))
(if (and search-command (stringp search-arg)) (setq grep-arg search-arg)
(setq search-command this-command
grep-arg (read-string "REsearch: " grep-arg)
this-command search-command)
(defun research-forward ()
"Repeat RE search forward."
(re-search-forward (grep-arg)))
(defun research-backward ()
"Repeat RE search backward."
(re-search-backward (grep-arg)))
;;; handle sun's extra function keys
;;; this version for those who run with standard .ttyswrc and no emacstool
;;; sunview picks up expose and open on the way UP,
;;; so we ignore them on the way down
(defvar sun-esc-bracket nil
"*If non-nil, rebind ESC [ as prefix for Sun function keys.")
(define-prefix-command 'sun-raw-prefix 'sun-raw-map)
(define-key function-key-map "\e[" 'sun-raw-prefix)
(define-key sun-raw-map "210z" [r3])
(define-key sun-raw-map "213z" [r6])
(define-key sun-raw-map "214z" [r7])
(define-key sun-raw-map "216z" [r9])
(define-key sun-raw-map "218z" [r11])
(define-key sun-raw-map "220z" [r13])
(define-key sun-raw-map "222z" [r15])
(define-key sun-raw-map "193z" [again])
(define-key sun-raw-map "194z" [props])
(define-key sun-raw-map "195z" [undo])
; (define-key sun-raw-map "196z" 'ignore-key) ; Expose-down
; (define-key sun-raw-map "197z" [put])
; (define-key sun-raw-map "198z" 'ignore-key) ; Open-down
; (define-key sun-raw-map "199z" [get])
(define-key sun-raw-map "200z" [find])
; (define-key sun-raw-map "201z" 'kill-region-and-unmark) ; Delete
(define-key sun-raw-map "226z" [t3])
(define-key sun-raw-map "227z" [t4])
(define-key sun-raw-map "229z" [t6])
(define-key sun-raw-map "230z" [t7])
(define-key sun-raw-map "A" [up]) ; R8
(define-key sun-raw-map "B" [down]) ; R14
(define-key sun-raw-map "C" [right]) ; R12
(define-key sun-raw-map "D" [left]) ; R10
(global-set-key [r3] 'backward-page)
(global-set-key [r6] 'forward-page)
(global-set-key [r7] 'beginning-of-buffer)
(global-set-key [r9] 'scroll-down)
(global-set-key [r11] 'recenter)
(global-set-key [r13] 'end-of-buffer)
(global-set-key [r15] 'scroll-up)
(global-set-key [again] 'redraw-display)
(global-set-key [props] 'list-buffers)
(global-set-key [undo] 'undo)
(global-set-key [put] 'sun-select-region)
(global-set-key [get] 'sun-yank-selection)
(global-set-key [find] 'exchange-point-and-mark)
(global-set-key [t3] 'scroll-down-in-place)
(global-set-key [t4] 'scroll-up-in-place)
(global-set-key [t6] 'shrink-window)
(global-set-key [t7] 'enlarge-window)
(if sun-esc-bracket (global-unset-key "\e["))
;;; Since .emacs gets loaded before this file, a hook is supplied
;;; for you to put your own bindings in.
(defvar sun-raw-map-hooks nil
"List of forms to evaluate after setting sun-raw-map.")
(let ((hooks sun-raw-map-hooks))
(while hooks
(eval (car hooks))
(setq hooks (cdr hooks))
;;; This section adds defintions for the emacstool users
;;; emacstool event filter converts function keys to C-x*{c}{lrt}
;;; for example the Open key (L7) would be encoded as "\C-x*gl"
;;; the control, meta, and shift keys modify the character {lrt}
;;; note that (unshifted) C-l is ",", C-r is "2", and C-t is "4"
;;; {c} is [a-j] for LEFT, [a-i] for TOP, [a-o] for RIGHT.
;;; A higher level insists on encoding {h,j,l,n}{r} (the arrow keys)
;;; as ANSI escape sequences. Use the shell command
;;; % setkeys noarrows
;;; if you want these to come through for emacstool.
;;; If you are not using EmacsTool,
;;; you can also use this by creating a .ttyswrc file to do the conversion.
;;; but it won't include the CONTROL, META, or SHIFT keys!
;;; Important to define SHIFTed sequence before matching unshifted sequence.
;;; (talk about bletcherous old uppercase terminal conventions!*$#@&%*&#$%)
;;; this is worse than C-S/C-Q flow control anyday!
;;; Do *YOU* run in capslock mode?
;;; Note: al, el and gl are trapped by EmacsTool, so they never make it here.
(defvar meta-flag t)
(defvar suntool-map (make-sparse-keymap)
"*Keymap for Emacstool bindings.")
(define-key suntool-map "gr" 'beginning-of-buffer) ; r7
(define-key suntool-map "iR" 'backward-page) ; R9
(define-key suntool-map "ir" 'scroll-down) ; r9
(define-key suntool-map "kr" 'recenter) ; r11
(define-key suntool-map "mr" 'end-of-buffer) ; r13
(define-key suntool-map "oR" 'forward-page) ; R15
(define-key suntool-map "or" 'scroll-up) ; r15
(define-key suntool-map "b\M-L" 'rerun-prev-command) ; M-AGAIN
(define-key suntool-map "b\M-l" 'prev-complex-command) ; M-Again
(define-key suntool-map "bl" 'redraw-display) ; Again
(define-key suntool-map "cl" 'list-buffers) ; Props
(define-key suntool-map "dl" 'undo) ; Undo
(define-key suntool-map "el" 'ignore-key) ; Expose-Open
(define-key suntool-map "fl" 'sun-select-region) ; Put
(define-key suntool-map "f," 'copy-region-as-kill) ; C-Put
(define-key suntool-map "gl" 'ignore-key) ; Open-Open
(define-key suntool-map "hl" 'sun-yank-selection) ; Get
(define-key suntool-map "h," 'yank) ; C-Get
(define-key suntool-map "il" 'research-forward) ; Find
(define-key suntool-map "i," 're-search-forward) ; C-Find
(define-key suntool-map "i\M-l" 'research-backward) ; M-Find
(define-key suntool-map "i\M-," 're-search-backward) ; C-M-Find
(define-key suntool-map "jL" 'yank) ; DELETE
(define-key suntool-map "jl" 'kill-region-and-unmark) ; Delete
(define-key suntool-map "j\M-l" 'exchange-point-and-mark); M-Delete
(define-key suntool-map "j,"
'(lambda () (interactive) (pop-mark 1))) ; C-Delete
(define-key suntool-map "fT" 'shrink-window-horizontally) ; T6
(define-key suntool-map "gT" 'enlarge-window-horizontally) ; T7
(define-key suntool-map "ft" 'shrink-window) ; t6
(define-key suntool-map "gt" 'enlarge-window) ; t7
(define-key suntool-map "cT" '(lambda(n) (interactive "p") (scroll-down n)))
(define-key suntool-map "dT" '(lambda(n) (interactive "p") (scroll-up n)))
(define-key suntool-map "ct" 'scroll-down-in-place) ; t3
(define-key suntool-map "dt" 'scroll-up-in-place) ; t4
(define-key ctl-x-map "*" suntool-map)
;;; Since .emacs gets loaded before this file, a hook is supplied
;;; for you to put your own bindings in.
(defvar suntool-map-hooks nil
"List of forms to evaluate after setting suntool-map.")
(let ((hooks suntool-map-hooks))
(while hooks
(eval (car hooks))
(setq hooks (cdr hooks))
;;; If running under emacstool, arrange to call suspend-emacstool
;;; instead of suspend-emacs.
;;; First mouse blip is a clue that we are in emacstool.
;;; C-x C-@ is the mouse command prefix.
(autoload 'sun-mouse-handler "sun-mouse"
"Sun Emacstool handler for mouse blips (not loaded)." t)
(defun emacstool-init ()
"Set up Emacstool window, if you know you are in an emacstool."
;; Make sure sun-mouse and sun-fns are loaded.
(require 'sun-fns)
(define-key ctl-x-map "\C-@" 'sun-mouse-handler)
(if (< (sun-window-init) 0)
(message "Not a Sun Window")
(substitute-key-definition 'suspend-emacs 'suspend-emacstool global-map)
(substitute-key-definition 'suspend-emacs 'suspend-emacstool esc-map)
(substitute-key-definition 'suspend-emacs 'suspend-emacstool ctl-x-map))
(concat "\033]lEmacstool - GNU Emacs " emacs-version "\033\\"))
(defun sun-mouse-once ()
"Converts to emacstool and sun-mouse-handler on first mouse hit."
(sun-mouse-handler) ; Now, execute this mouse blip.
(define-key ctl-x-map "\C-@" 'sun-mouse-once)
;;;; Define VT100 function key escape sequences in function-key-map.
;;; CSI sequences - those that start with "\e[".
(define-prefix-command 'vt100-CSI-prefix 'vt100-CSI-map)
(define-key function-key-map "\e[" 'vt100-CSI-prefix)
(define-key vt100-CSI-map "A" [up])
(define-key vt100-CSI-map "B" [down])
(define-key vt100-CSI-map "C" [right])
(define-key vt100-CSI-map "D" [left])
(defun enable-arrow-keys ()
"Enable the use of the VT100 arrow keys for cursor motion.
Because of the nature of the VT100, this unavoidably breaks
the standard Emacs command ESC [; therefore, it is not done by default,
but only if you give this command."
(global-unset-key "\e["))
;;; SS3 sequences - those that start with "\eO".
(define-prefix-command 'vt100-SS3-prefix 'vt100-SS3-map)
(define-key function-key-map "\eO" 'vt100-SS3-prefix)
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "A" [up])
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "B" [down]) ; down-arrow
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "C" [right]) ; right-arrow
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "D" [left]) ; left-arrow
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "M" [kp-enter]) ; Enter
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "P" [kp-f1]) ; PF1
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "Q" [kp-f2]) ; PF2
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "R" [kp-f3]) ; PF3
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "S" [kp-f4]) ; PF4
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "l" [kp-separator]) ; ,
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "m" [kp-subtract]) ; -
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "n" [kp-period]) ; .
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "p" [kp-0]) ; 0
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "q" [kp-1]) ; 1
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "r" [kp-2]) ; 2
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "s" [kp-3]) ; 3
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "t" [kp-4]) ; 4
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "u" [kp-5]) ; 5
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "v" [kp-6]) ; 6
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "w" [kp-7]) ; 7
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "x" [kp-8]) ; 8
(define-key vt100-SS3-map "y" [kp-9]) ; 9
;;; Controlling the screen width.
(defconst vt100-wide-mode (= (screen-width) 132)
"t if vt100 is in 132-column mode.")
(defun vt100-wide-mode (&optional arg)
"Toggle 132/80 column mode for vt100s."
(interactive "P")
(setq vt100-wide-mode
(if (null arg) (not vt100-wide-mode)
(> (prefix-numeric-value arg) 0)))
(send-string-to-terminal (if vt100-wide-mode "\e[?3h" "\e[?3l"))
(set-screen-width (if vt100-wide-mode 132 80)))
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