> > >> Since buffer commands all have a single char I wanted a single char one > > >> too. The "c" for "cursor" was taken already, so i choose the "u" (second > > >> char in "cursor"). If somebody has a better suggestion, let us know ;) > > > > > I think a new backslash variable isn't the way to go. I would use a > > > \pset variable to control what is happening. > > > > That seems like it would be very awkward to use: you'd have to type > > quite a bit to go from one mode to the other. > > > > Personally I think that insisting on a one-letter command name is not > > such a good idea if you can't pick a reasonably memorable name. > > I'd suggest "\gc" (\g with a Cursor) or "\gb" (\g for a Big query) > > or some such.
\gc sounds like a good idea to me :) (I must admit gc reminds me about 'garbage collector', which in a weired way is related with what we're doing here... At least more related than 'Great Britain' ;) > So add it as a modifyer to \g? Yea, that works, but it doesn't work for > ';' as a 'go' command, of course, which is perhaps OK. Yes, it was intended to differentiate this command from ';'; Bye, Chris. -- Chris Mair http://www.1006.org ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 1: if posting/reading through Usenet, please send an appropriate subscribe-nomail command to [EMAIL PROTECTED] so that your message can get through to the mailing list cleanly