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Is there any easy way (or maybe a package) which provides Ctrl-Del/Backspace behavior like in Sublime? The default rule of sublime is delete-to-next-word-boundary. I did not find similar options. Emacs kinda delete too much for my taste.

Sublime Text Example

("C-h" . neotree-hidden-file-toggle)
("< |

Hit Ctrl-Backspace

("C-h" . neotree-hidden-file-toggle)
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Hit Ctrl-Backspace

("C-h" . neotree-hidden-file-toggle)

Emacs Example

("C-h" . neotree-hidden-file-toggle)
("< | 

Hit Ctrl-Backspace

("C-h" . neotree-hidden-file-
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  • I haven't tried this package, but it looks like it might be of use to you. May 18, 2016 at 4:02
  • Btw, if I wanted to delete what you deleted in the first Ctrl-Backspace in the Sublime Text example, by habit, I would just do C-a C-k or C-SPC C-a (followed by whatever I needed to type instead as I have delete-selection-mode enabled.) May 18, 2016 at 4:06
  • Did you find a solution yet?
    – loki
    Aug 19, 2019 at 13:30

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