[erlang-questions] A better shell.

YourSurrogateGod <>
Thu Sep 18 00:49:12 CEST 2008


Speaking of GTK bindings. Are there any so that one could make Gnome
applications (use all of the widgets and such) with Erlang? I haven't
heard of any at the moment...

If there are tutorials or examples, that would be great.

On Sep 17, 5:44 am, "Tuncer Ayaz" <> wrote:
> 2008/9/17 Robert Virding <>:
>
> > Thanks for the tip. Only problem is that Conkeror is now a separate browser.
> > However, you did get me searching and I found an add-on to Firefox (which I
> > use) called Firemacs which gives a some of the common key bindings inside
> > Firefox. I will check it out and see what I think.
>
> If you're on a Mac you can set the Accel key to Meta in about:config:
> ui.key.accelKey -> 224
>
> If you're using Gtk+ you can switch Gtk+ to Emacs bindings in ~/.gtkrc-2.0:
> gtk-key-theme-name = "Emacs"
>
> All Vi fans could consider using the Vimperator extension.
>
>
>
>
>
> > Robert
>
> > 2008/9/17 Gleb Peregud <>
>
> >> Check out Conkeror project (and old Conkeror extension for Firefox too).
>
> >> BR
>
> >> On 9/16/08, Robert Virding <> wrote:
> >> > Well, I suppose one answer is to go in and hack edlin.erl which is in
> >> > stdlib. Then you can change the commands to be whatever you like. As
> >> > long as
> >> > you only use the already defined operations it is not difficult.
>
> >> > Of course the alternative is to learn the emacs commands. :-)
>
> >> > Robert
>
> >> > P.S. Does anyone know how to make gmail/Firefox use emacs commands
> >> > instead
> >> > of the ones they do now?
>
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