I really like typing in vim, but vimscript makes zero sense. Since I'm getting interested in Lisp/Clojure, and I've heard nice things about evil mode for emacs, I thought I'd give it a try.
Unfortunately I got weird behavior within moments of my first test file. I expected
S to delete a line and drop me into insert mode; instead I got a "Wrong number of arguments" error and a lot of noise in the minibuffer.
I discovered that using
c-h k while in insert mode will tell you what command is run by the following keystroke. Emacs tells me that
S runs the
self-insert-command, but googling around suggests this might be a red herring, as this command is evidently run frequently by processes and not so much by users.
How can I get the key behavior that I want?
ETA: I'm using someone else's .emacs.d. They did define a keybinding for "s-s", but the behavior persists after it's commented out. I don't know how to find if the key is defined elsewhere other than grepping for "s-s" and eyeballing the large number of results.