I use keyfreq to record the commands I use in emacs and periodically check the log to see what I should rebind, etc. here's a list of every command I used that has more than 100 uses (which hilariously to me, is almost 100 commands).
keyfreq stores its content in a file (which sometimes I've had conflict issues with in the past so consider this output "sampled" in terms of absolute number). The output records what mode I'm in and the command used as well as a number (presumably uses?).
The first two on my list are deletions. The first is a
normal press of the delete key. The second is more
interesting. It's a function from smartparens
that I didn't even know I was calling. It makes sense though
because I've been using it in strict mode since I redid my
emacs config and that makes me keep all parens balanced all
the time (or use
C-q to insert one-offs).
ack my keyfreq file for
sp-backward I end up with a
ton of matches. I didn't expect there to be so many
sp-backward commands. It turns out this one mostly comes
go-mode and secondarily from
web-mode. This makes
There are actually a bunch more
sp- commands that I use
without even realizing it, such as
gleaned a uniqued list using some
ack. Smartparens seems
to have some cool features so I should definitely look into
the other commands it offers.
(I'm excited about wrapping/slurping/etc)
duh; save early, save often or perish. I might be mixing my phrases here...
I should put more effort into avoiding the arrow keys when
I'm hands-on-keyboard since
C-f/b do the same thing
Yeah, I don't use a mouse in emacs, but I do use a mouse to swap applications because I'm on OSX and don't have a tiling window manager or something cool like that.
I honestly have no idea why this one is getting called so often. I write a lot of markdown (blog posts, READMEs, etc) but feel like its getting called by something connected to one of the delete functions I use so much.
Something to do with incrementally searching printing characters. Not super sure but I do search a lot so I'd expect stuff related to searching or ivy/swiper at this point.
indenting, adding a character to the beginning of a set of lines, regex replacement, etc. Everything needs a region to operate on.
Completion, in the minibuffer.
And a bunch of other stuff that's less interesting.
I see a bunch of commands that I've replaced or recently switched to so I think I'll delete the file and see how Q1 2018 goes.