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    • Eric James Michael Ritz's avatar
      Change the default ‘C-c w’ and ‘C-c W’ key-bindings · 84f16664
      Eric James Michael Ritz authored
      Section 22.2.1 of the Emacs Lisp Manual, “Major Mode Conventions,”
      says the following about keys:
      
          The key sequences bound in a major mode keymap should usually
          start with ‘C-c’, followed by a control character, a digit, or
          ‘{’, ‘}’, ‘<’, ‘>’, ‘:’ or ‘;’.  The other punctuation characters
          are reserved for minor modes, and ordinary letters are reserved
          for users.
      
      Users should be able to safely use a key sequence such as ‘C-c w’
      without concern for conflicts with any major mode.  However, Wiki Nav
      Mode violates that reservation.  Therefore, this patch changes
      
          C-c w    ->    C-c C-w
          C-c W    ->    C-c C-W
      
      in order to avoid conflicts with users’ keys.
      84f16664
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