On Thu, 27 Jan 2005, hierro(a)poseidon.me.jhu.edu wrote:
I have a problem whenever I try to edit a fortran90 file with xemacs
(it does not happen with emacs or when I am editing a fortran77 file
The keys M-BS simply do not work. Instead of deleting the previous
word, that command only causes all the text to get selected. As an
example, I loaded the file foo.f90
The f90.el file that defines the f90 mode in Xemacs defines the
"\C-\M-h" key to be f90-mark-subprogram, xemacs puts \C-h ascii type
commands on both control h and backspace. So, it is more of a
(non) feature than a bug.
You can change the command definitions around with something like this
in your .emacs.
(define-key f90-mode-map [(control meta h)] 'f90-mark-subprogram)
(define-key f90-mode-map [(meta backspace)] 'backward-kill-word)))