DCPM: emacs sytax highlighting in cperl-mode
mb at matthewb.org
Sat Nov 29 08:20:40 CST 2003
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This has been discussed before and relates to the process of
programming Perl so is not that OT.
The other day it came to my attention that it was now possible to
compile GNU Emacs with GTK2 and, as such, make it look prettier. So I
checked out the latest version from CVS and decided to have a go the
Now, `This is GNU Emacs 22.214.171.124 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version
2.2.4)' and I am typing into it on a Saturday with loads of work to do
and I noticed something about cperl-mode...I can't break the syntax
highlighting. Seriously. I just did this:
print "looks good.\n";
...and it is all highlighted correctly.
This is good. MB.
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