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I am trying to make the Evil function evil-jump-to-tag, C--] behave like the Emacs binding M--..

The normal behaviour is fine for browsing Tags files, but I want it to work also for Slime's slime-edit-definition, Elisps' elisp-slime-nav-find-elisp-thing-at-point, Clojures cider-jump-to-var, etc...

These major modes and many more have bound some equivalent of jump-to-definition to the keybinding M--..

To get the same behaviour for Evil-mode, do I need to bind a keybinding locally for every of these modes, or is it possible to take a keybinding and tell Emacs, that whenever this key is pressed, use the function bound for that key in Emacs mode?

I am trying to make the Evil function evil-jump-to-tag, C-] behave like the Emacs binding M-..

The normal behaviour is fine for browsing Tags files, but I want it to work also for Slime's slime-edit-definition, Elisps' elisp-slime-nav-find-elisp-thing-at-point, Clojures cider-jump-to-var, etc...

These major modes and many more have bound some equivalent of jump-to-definition to the keybinding M-..

To get the same behaviour for Evil-mode, do I need to bind a keybinding locally for every of these modes, or is it possible to take a keybinding and tell Emacs, that whenever this key is pressed, use the function bound for that key in Emacs mode?

I am trying to make the Evil function evil-jump-to-tag, C-] behave like the Emacs binding M-..

The normal behaviour is fine for browsing Tags files, but I want it to work also for Slime's slime-edit-definition, Elisps' elisp-slime-nav-find-elisp-thing-at-point, Clojures cider-jump-to-var, etc...

These major modes and many more have bound some equivalent of jump-to-definition to the keybinding M-..

To get the same behaviour for Evil-mode, do I need to bind a keybinding locally for every of these modes, or is it possible to take a keybinding and tell Emacs, that whenever this key is pressed, use the function bound for that key in Emacs mode?

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Evil: map keybindings the vim way?

I am trying to make the Evil function evil-jump-to-tag, C-] behave like the Emacs binding M-..

The normal behaviour is fine for browsing Tags files, but I want it to work also for Slime's slime-edit-definition, Elisps' elisp-slime-nav-find-elisp-thing-at-point, Clojures cider-jump-to-var, etc...

These major modes and many more have bound some equivalent of jump-to-definition to the keybinding M-..

To get the same behaviour for Evil-mode, do I need to bind a keybinding locally for every of these modes, or is it possible to take a keybinding and tell Emacs, that whenever this key is pressed, use the function bound for that key in Emacs mode?