git clone 'git://github.com/HKey/keyset.git'
A small library for structuring key bindings.
This library provides: - abstraction of key sequence - changing key sequence by the layout
Add following code to your
First, you define abstract key sequences, and then use them by
(keyset-defkey :next “n”)
(keyset-defkey :next-line '(:C :next))
;; This is equivalent to (define-key any-map (kbd “C-n”) 'next-line) (define-key any-map (keyset-key :next-line) 'next-line) ```
In keyset, you can define different key sequence for each layout.
For example, if you want to define key sequence for default layout
and dvorak layout, you will use &rest parameter of
keyset-layout to the layout that you want to use.
(keyset-defkey :vim-next-line “j” :dvorak “h”)
(setq keyset-layout :dvorak)
;; This is equivalent to (define-key any-map (kbd “h”) 'next-line) (define-key any-map (keyset-key :vim-next-line) 'next-line) ```
(keyset-key "abc") |
(kbd "abc") |
(keyset-key :C "a") |
(kbd "C-a") |
(keyset-key 'f11) |
(kbd "<f11>") |