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I am currently using visual-fill-column-mode and visual-line-mode in emacs with the following:

(add-hook 'visual-line-mode-hook 'visual-fill-column-mode)
(global-visual-line-mode t)
(define-key visual-line-mode-map [remap kill-line] nil)

This enable both mode everywhere, but I would like:

  • visual-line-mode to be enable everywhere but in terminal (e.g. ansi-term)
  • visual-fill-column-mode to be enable only in "text" and "programming"

Currently I have the following hook for ansi-term but it does not work:

(defun my-term-hook ()
  (visual-fill-column-mode nil)
  (visual-line-mode nil))
(add-hook 'term-load-hook 'my-term-hook)

And I don't on which hook I could bind those mode to enable them in all programming mode (I know about text-mode-hook for text mode)?

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You can use text-mode-hook for all text modes and prog-mode-hook for all programming language modes.

Of course, "all" should be takes with a grain of salt. Some modes does not inherit from the standard modes, in which case please contact the maintainer and report that as a bug.

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  • Thanks, prog-mode-hook solve my problem. – Holt Apr 15 '16 at 12:29

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