I want to redefine keybindings for the commandline of a lisp dialect. The commandline is actually modeled after Vi and implemented with tput/terminfo. I want an alternative version with Emacs keybindings, and I would like to give it a try without using gnu readline or so.
A typical key assignment looks like this:
(setq *XtF1 (in '("tput" "kf1") (line T)) ...
This question is about the
part, ignore the rest. Now, "kf1" is easy to find in the terminfo man-page:
key_f1 kf1 k1 F1 function key
I find there 3 entries for "meta" too:
has_meta_key km km Has a meta key (i.e., sets 8th-bit) meta_off rmm mo turn off meta mode meta_on smm mm turn on meta mode (8th-bit on)
But how can I use this info to define typical Emacs keybindings like e.g. M-f, M-b, M-d etc. with tput?