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> > Any objection to a new C-h C-b binding, to jump to the
> > "Reporting Bugs" section of the manual:
> No great objection, but I'd rather not use a help key up for that. Will you
> also want to bind a `C-h' key for (emacs) `Language Help'? And for (emacs)
> `Apropos'? And for (emacs) `Coding Systems'?
Different issue. Binding a key to Reporting Bugs is not for the user
who strokes it, but for the developer who reads the reports.
The problem is that this is not very discoverable; I would guess that
the people who know where to find it don't actually need it.
Furthermore, the need for a quick link will decay rapidly for most
> Example: In my file `help-fns+.el' I added `C-h M-k' for my `describe-keymap'
Speaking of redundant bindings (C-h m ...)
> Instead of binding `C-h C-b' to take you to (emacs) `Bugs', I'd sooner see us
> add a link to (emacs) `Bugs' in the doc string of
Why there? That has the same problems as above (except that links
aren't a scarce resource). The link should be in the blurb that
appears when you invoke r-e-b, where it is obviously useful and