[erlang-questions] Emacs for Erlang with vi like keybindings and handy short references ?

Jachym Holecek <>
Mon Feb 14 23:34:23 CET 2011


# Icarus Alive 2011-02-14:
> Had posted another question on Stackoverflow, and since I've not got a
> answer (or even an attempt at answering) there yet, wondering if I
> might have better luck here. The question there: http://bit.ly/emE1W3
> 
> Restated here (slightly expanded/clarified):
> 
> I have come accross vi-style keybindings for Emacs, but none in the
> Erlang contact. My past experience in mixing Lisp based config in
> .emacs file for enabling various modes etc., hasn't been very pleasant
> so far (thanks to my lack of Lisp knowledge and unfamiliarity with
> Emacs). Then again, have read several articles on Emacs + Erlang, but
> is there something that might be slightly easier for folks familiar
> mostly with vi (and who are unfamiliar with Lisp) ? The entire set of
> possibilities (keybindings) is quite overwhelming. Is there a
> condensed key-map/shortcuts reference specially relevant for Erlang
> development?

I just use viper-mode, erlang-mode and two commands from distel. Also
ECB and tabbar are good to have...

Regards,
	-- Jachym


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