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Rebinding your caps-lock key to control is a popular thing to do (though there are arguments against it, even if a bit pedantic). However, the language I find a lot of my time in uses runs of capitals pretty extensively.

Is there a caps-lock-mode that can simulate the behavior? (Without affecting existing keybindings of course, e.g. striking C-x C-s will not send C-X C-S.)

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    You can always use M-u (upcase-word) and C-x C-u (upcase-region). With a negative prefix arg you could upcase some number of words that you just typed, e.g. M-- M-4 M-u to upcase the last four words. – glucas Mar 27 '15 at 20:13
  • @glucas That's what I've been doing (upcase-region), but it's not quite the same. – Sean Allred Mar 27 '15 at 20:15
  • Yeah - does seem like having an upcase minor mode you could toggle would be more convenient in such cases. – glucas Mar 27 '15 at 20:18
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Try the caps-lock minor mode package:

Summary: Caps-lock as a minor mode
Homepage: http://elpa.gnu.org/packages/caps-lock.html
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