So I'm writing some custom functions to help me editing some guitar chords using LaTeX's
songs package. I find convenient to rebind
isearch-exit, so that when I press
RET, the cursor is left at the beginning of the matched text (this speeds up in inserting chords in the right position). Since I do this only in some specific files, I thought to create a custom minor mode, and active that in those files using an
.dir-locals. The point is, I need to bind
isearch-mode-map (like with
define-key), but only in a buffer local way (like with
local-set-key). Can this be done?
Ideally, given this function:
(defun isearch-exit-other-end () "Exit isearch, at the opposite end of the string." (interactive) (goto-char isearch-other-end) (isearch-exit)) ;; (define-key isearch-mode-map (kbd "M-<return>") #'isearch-exit-other-end) (define-minor-mode chord-insertion-mode "Mode to help inserting chords with the LaTeX \"songs\" package, at the right spot." :lighter " chord" :keymap `((,(kbd "C-c C-c") . #'my--insert-chord) (,(kbd "C-c c") . #'my--insert-chord) ) :after-hook (???)) ;; <----- WHAT TO PLACE HERE?
I would like to do something similar to
(define-local-key isearch-mode-map (kbd "RET") #'isearch-exit-other-end)
How can I set a key buffer-locally, but in a keymap different from the active one? Thanks!