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Re: zed-set-filename breaks zed keymap?

On Tue, May 26, 2020 at 8:30 PM Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I discovered that even with plain "zed file" after entering the file
> name into read-from-minibuffer, ^X^W no longer works to exit from zed,
> and a bare return DOES exit it.

The documentation for zed-set-file-name seems contradictory as well.
In the first paragraph it says:

     ... because of zed's rebindings you will have to type ^j at the
     end instead of the return key ...

but then the second paragraph says

     While zed-set-file-name is running, zed uses the keymap
     zed-normal-keymap, which is linked from the main keymap in effect
     at the time zed initialised its bindings.  (This is to make the
     return key operate normally.) ...

The return key does not in fact "operate normally" during
zed-set-file-name, but something else strange is going on with the

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