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Mon Sep 12 18:26:49 CEST 2011
On 2011-09-09 15:45 +0200, York Zhao wrote:
>>> The only problem I'm having with binding "f" to "ace-jump-in-line"
>>> is that "cf<char>" and "df<char> do not work if there are more
>>> than one <char> in that line after or before the point in which
>>> case I have to type an additional "move key".
The problem is that `ace-jump-mode' is not a movement command, but
rather the first of a series of commands that read input from the
keyboard, moving point after a variable number of key presses.
The only solution I can think of is to enter a recursive editing level
when invoking the first command, and to exit the level after the last:
(defadvice ace-jump-mode (after evil activate)
(defadvice ace-jump-done (after evil activate)
That way, they appear as a single command to Evil.
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