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E. Standard Keymaps

The following symbols are used as the names for various keymaps. Some of these exist when XEmacs is first started, others are loaded only when their respective mode is used. This is not an exhaustive list.

Almost all of these maps are used as local maps. Indeed, of the modes that presently exist, only Vip mode and Terminal mode ever change the global keymap.

bookmark-map
A keymap containing bindings to bookmark functions.

Buffer-menu-mode-map
A keymap used by Buffer Menu mode.

c++-mode-map
A keymap used by C++ mode.

c-mode-map
A keymap used by C mode. A sparse keymap used by C mode.

command-history-map
A keymap used by Command History mode.

ctl-x-4-map
A keymap for subcommands of the prefix C-x 4.

ctl-x-5-map
A keymap for subcommands of the prefix C-x 5.

ctl-x-map
A keymap for C-x commands.

debugger-mode-map
A keymap used by Debugger mode.

dired-mode-map
A keymap for dired-mode buffers.

edit-abbrevs-map
A keymap used in edit-abbrevs.

edit-tab-stops-map
A keymap used in edit-tab-stops.

electric-buffer-menu-mode-map
A keymap used by Electric Buffer Menu mode.

electric-history-map
A keymap used by Electric Command History mode.

emacs-lisp-mode-map
A keymap used by Emacs Lisp mode.

help-map
A keymap for characters following the Help key.

Helper-help-map
A keymap used by the help utility package.
It has the same keymap in its value cell and in its function cell.

Info-edit-map
A keymap used by the e command of Info.

Info-mode-map
A keymap containing Info commands.

isearch-mode-map
A keymap that defines the characters you can type within incremental search.

itimer-edit-map
A keymap used when in Itimer Edit mode.

lisp-interaction-mode-map
A keymap used by Lisp mode.

lisp-mode-map
A keymap used by Lisp mode.

A keymap for minibuffer input with completion.

minibuffer-local-isearch-map
A keymap for editing isearch strings in the minibuffer.

minibuffer-local-map
Default keymap to use when reading from the minibuffer.

minibuffer-local-must-match-map
A keymap for minibuffer input with completion, for exact match.

mode-specific-map
The keymap for characters following C-c. Note, this is in the global map. This map is not actually mode specific: its name was chosen to be informative for the user in C-h b (display-bindings), where it describes the main use of the C-c prefix key.

modeline-map
The keymap consulted for mouse-clicks on the modeline of a window.

objc-mode-map
A keymap used in Objective C mode as a local map.

occur-mode-map
A local keymap used by Occur mode.

overriding-local-map
A keymap that overrides all other local keymaps.

query-replace-map
A local keymap used for responses in query-replace and related commands; also for y-or-n-p and map-y-or-n-p. The functions that use this map do not support prefix keys; they look up one event at a time.

read-expression-map
The minibuffer keymap used for reading Lisp expressions.

read-shell-command-map
The minibuffer keymap used by shell-command and related commands.

shared-lisp-mode-map
A keymap for commands shared by all sorts of Lisp modes.

text-mode-map
A keymap used by Text mode.

toolbar-map
The keymap consulted for mouse-clicks over a toolbar.

view-mode-map
A keymap used by View mode.

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