Gregory Neil Shapiro <gshapiro(a)sendmail.org> writes:
I had to set this to return to 21.0 behavior:
(setq delete-key-deletes-forward nil)
No, I've already got that. And when I hit a key which is recognized
as a DEL, it deletes backward. This is fine, but this is not the problem.
The problem is that hitting a key which actually generates \177 is not
recognized by XEmacs as a DEL in the first place, but instead as a
"BS". I don't even know what a "BS" is supposed to be in the
of an xterm, considering that XEmacs knows what an actual C-h is (and
considers it somehow distinct from "BS"), and that I know that the key
I think of as DEL does in fact generate \177.