MicroEmacs written in D
To use this package, run the following command in your project's root directory:
Put the following dependency into your project's dependences section:
med, Micro Emacs in D
This is my version of MicroEmacs, based on the public domain version by Dave Conroy. I like it because it is small, fast, easilly customizable, and it ports readilly to whatever machine I need to use it on. It's written in the D programming language.
It currently works on Windows and Linux.
To edit myfile.d:
Command Name Description Keybinding Movement basic_nextline Move to next line F5 gotobol Move to start of line ^A forwchar Move forward by characters ^F, rightarrow gotoeol Move to end of line ^E backchar Move backward by characters ^B, leftarrow forwline Move forward by lines ^N, downarrow backline Move backward by lines ^P, uparrow forwpage Move forward by pages ^V, PgDn backpage Move backward by pages Esc B, PgUp gotobob Move to start of buffer Esc <, ^Home gotoeob Move to end of buffer Esc >, ^End gotoline Move to line number ^X L word_back Backup by words Esc B, ^leftarrow word_forw Advance by words Esc F, ^rightarrow Windows window_next Move to the next window ^X N, F6 window_prev Move to the previous window ^X P window_only Make current window only one ^X 1 window_split Split current window ^X 2 window_mvdn Move window down Esc N, End window_mvup Move window up Esc P, Home window_enlarge Enlarge display window ^X Z window_shrink Shrink window Esc Z window_reposition Reposition window ^X T window_refresh Refresh the screen ^L delwind Delete a window ^X D Deleting random_deblank Delete blank lines ^X O random_forwdel Forward delete ^D, Del random_backdel Backward delete ^H, 0x7F random_undelchar Undelete a character AltF Del Ddelline Delete a line ^J Dundelline Undelete a line Esc J, AltF F2 Ddelword Delete a word Ddelbword Delete a word (backwards) Dundelword Undelete a word AltF ^rightarrow, AltF ^leftarrow delfword Delete forward word Esc D delbword Delete backward word Esc H Cutting/Pasting random_kill Kill forward ^K random_yank Paste from kill buffer ^Y, ^X K, F10 region_kill Cut region to kill buffer Esc 9, F9 region_copy Copy region to kill buffer Esc 8, F8 basic_setmark Set mark F7, Esc . removemark Remove mark ^X . swapmark Swap dot and mark Esc X word_select Select word Esc W Files filenext Edit next file AltF N fileread Get a file, read only AltF R filevisit Get a file, read write AltF V filewrite Write a file AltF W fileunmodify Turn off buffer changed bits AltF U filesave Save current file AltF S filename Adjust file name AltF F filemodify Write modified files AltF M Dinsertfile Insert a file at dot AltF I Exit ctrlg Abort out of things ^@, ^G quit Quit ^C, AltF Q quickexit low keystroke style exit normexit Write modified files and exit AltF X, AltX Macros ctlxlp Begin macro ^X ( ctlxrp End macro ^X ) macrotoggle Start/End macro F12 ctlxe Execute macro ^X E, F11 Search forwsearch Search forward ^S backsearch Search backwards ^R replacestring Search and replace Esc R queryreplacestring Query search and replace Esc Q Dsearch Search F4, AltF F4 Dsearchagain Search for the same string F2 D, C and C++ search_paren Toggle over parentheses ^W, F3 random_indent Insert CR-LF, then indent random_incindent increase indentation level ^X ], AltF10 random_decindent decrease indentation level ^X [, AltF9 random_opttab optimize tabbing in line Esc I Dcppcomment convert /* */ to // ^X / <b>Configuration</b> display_norm_fg AltF2 display_norm_bg AltF1 display_mode_fg AltF4 display_mode_bg AltF3 display_mark_fg AltF5 display_mark_bg AltF6 display_eol_bg AltF7 main_saveconfig Save configuration AltC Process spawncli Run CLI in a subjob ^Z spawn Run a command in a subjob ^X ! spawn_filter Filter buffer through program ^X # spawn_pipe Run program and gather output ^X @, AltZ Dpause Pause the program (UNIX only) Buffers listbuffers Display list of buffers AltF B usebuffer Switch a window to a buffer ^X B buffer_next Switch to next buffer ^X W, AltB killbuffer Make a buffer go away Other random_setfillcol Set fill column ^X F word_wrap_line Word wrap line ^X A random_showcpos Show the cursor position ^X = random_twiddle Twiddle characters ^T random_tab Insert tab ^I, Tab random_hardtab Set hardware tabs AltF T random_newline Insert CR-LF ^M random_openline Open up a blank line ^O, AltF Ins random_quote Insert literal ^Q, ^X Q region_togglemode Toggle column region mode Esc T toggleinsert Toggle insert/overwrite mode Ins line_overwrite Write char in overwrite mode getcol Get current column misc_upper Upper case word/region Esc U misc_lower Lower case word/region Esc L capword Initial capitalize word Esc C win32toggle43 Toggle hires mode AltE ibmpctoggle43 Toggle hires mode AltE Dignore do nothing Dadvance Set into advance mode Esc downarrow Dbackup Set into backup mode Esc uparrow Dinsertdate File and date stamp AltF D scrollUnicode Scroll through Unicode variations ^X U
- dot current cursor position
- mark start of a region
- minibuffer text entry box used for entering file names and search strings
- region text between "dot" and "mark"
- ^[ also works as Esc.
- Names without a keybinding can't be accessed, but they can be called if the keybindings in main.c are updated.
- Prefixing a command with ^U enables a count to be entered, which executes the command count times.
- Pressing ^X, AltF, or Esc and then pausing will bring up a menu.
- The right mouse button will bring up a menu.
- The left mouse button can be used for setting the dot, marking regions, and adjusting window sizes.
- The minibuffer has a small history buffer, accessible with the uparrow key.
- On Win32, by clicking on the title bar, then select [Edit], you can access the Windows clipboard. This is very handy for cutting/pasting text from another window or the web browser.
- Some of the keybindings make no sense.
- The Alt function key sequences don't work on Win32.
- The control numeric pad sequences don't work on Linux.
- The colors can't be modified on any but the DOS version.
- The process functionality is flaky.
- For some reason, the mouse in the Win32 version doesn't work on Win2000, but does on WinNT.
- Registered by Walter Bright
- 1.1.0 released 2 years ago
- public domain