Linked to the newest version of the file, added a note about the iinsert() patch.
Noted that they were both installed as part of logon.
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lkb.el (available here) adds an LKB menu to the emacs menu bar and provides some useful keybinds (see below).
;;; load them (load-file "/path/to/lkb.el") (load-file "/path/to/tdl-mode.el") ;;; use it for .tdl and .mtr files (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.tdl\\'" . tdl-mode)) (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.mtf\\'" . tdl-mode)) ;;; make a menu of types in this file (add-hook 'tdl-mode-hook (function (lambda () (imenu-add-to-menubar "Types"))))
They are both installed as part of Logon.
There are also some general key bindings for controlling the lkb when using LkbEmacs.
The "⁁" shows where the cursor is placed at the end of the command.
C-c p: parse using the main grammar (lkb::do-parse-tty "⁁")
C-c r: parse using a client grammar
C-c u: start a client grammar
(tsdb::tsdb :cpu :⁁ :file t)
C-c g: load a grammar
C-c G: reload a grammar
C-c i: index for generation
C-c I: reload and index grammar
C-c l: show a word (unexpanded)
(lkb::show-word-aux-tty "⁁" nil)
C-c L: show a word (expanded)
(lkb::show-word-aux-tty "⁁" t)
You can also use commands from Inferior Common Lisp, such as the extremely useful:
C-c C-p:find the previous command
C-c C-n: find the next command in the ring
Older versions of emacs use insert-string(), while newer versions use insert(). The newest version of lkb.el can handle both (thanks to Stephan Oepen and Joshua Crowgey).