Rinari is a Ruby on Rails Minor Mode for GNU/Emacs.
Problem: Most key mappings / keyboard shortcuts rely on the hard coded strings
C-; f c ->
rinari-find-controller). These prefixes are difficult to access on a German keyboard because they require the shift modifier.
Solution: The following code adds a comma to the list of rinari-prefix strings. Add it to your GNU/Emacs configuration file (i.e.
(add-to-list 'load-path "~/your-path-to-rinari-source-code/rinari") ;; This patch must appear before the line "(require 'rinari)"! (defvar rinari-minor-mode-prefixes (list ";" "'" ",") ;; CHANGE Added comma to prefix list "List of characters, each of which will be bound (with C-c) as a rinari-minor-mode keymap prefix.") (require 'rinari)
**Result: **We can now access the command
rinari-find-controller with the key sequence
C-c , f c.
Side note: I’m all ears for more Emacs-Lispy solutions to this problem. ;-)