I wanted an alternative to the awful
C-^ shortcut for moving up one directory so I added the following to
(defun dc/dired-mode-keys () "User defined keys for dired mode." (interactive) (local-set-key (kbd "s-m" 'dired-up-directory))) (add-hook 'dired-mode-hook 'dc/dired-mode-keys)
However, when I open Emacs with this code enabled (i.e., uncommented in the init file), I lose basic dired functionality. For example, when I press
a to open a directory (in the same buffer), I get the following error in the mini-buffer.
Wrong number of arguments: (1 . 1), 2
I've confirmed that
s-m is not a native key-binding in
dired-mode (I believe very few if any
super key combos are natively bound), and I'm pretty sure my code doesn't unbind any of the native key-bindings in dired-mode.
What am I doing wrong in the function above?