> Sure, but GNU Emacs keymaps are known to be buggy with respect
> at least. I wouldn't be surprised if the same issues affect ESC.
Hm. I'm not sure what bugs you mean. Could you be more specific?
They're pretty minor, but although binding C-g works in a given
keymap, funny things happen in keymaps that inherit from it. So the
GNU implementation makes it easy to rebind keys that almost nobody
needs to rebind, but then a few corner cases don't work. AFAIK the
XEmacs keymaps work as documented.
Yes, this actually works with `xemacs -q', so the problem is in
config (I'm sorry, the config I was testing with was very minimal, so it
didn't occur to me that could be the problem at first).
OK, well, if we can do something to help with that, let us know!
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