I noticed tonight that I cannot use the letter "C" while in the Erlang Shell provided by the Emacs Erlang mode in response to C-c C-z. <br><br>The upper case "C" seems to be interpreted as some type of command. Using C-h k to get help on "C" results in C- displaying in the minibuffer, as the help system waits for me to type another character, say s, whereupon I am informed that C s is undefined.
<br><br>My first guess was that I had botched something in my .emacs file, but I noticed this happens on both windows (GNU Emacs 22.0.990.1 (i386-mingw-nt5.1.2600)) and on OS X (current version of Aquamacs). <br><br>Has anyone else encountered this? It seems ridiculous to be unable to use the character "C".