SPUG: perltidy HTML colorer
tuck at whistlingfish.net
Wed Dec 26 20:09:09 CST 2001
-- Don Schneider <dons at amazon.com> spake thusly:
> For me, even with these, the emacs colorizer still gets confused by
> commas in a qq statement which uses balanced parentheses, braces,
> brackets, etc:
> print qq[ get rid of this, it confuses the colorizer.\n];
> Using non-balanced delimiters is better, although everything after
> the comma isn't colorized as a string:
> print qq| the next sentence is less true:\n|;
> print qq| get rid of this, it confuses the colorizer.\n|;
> Escaping the comma makes the colorizer happy:
> print qq[ the next sentence is false:\n];
> print qq[ get rid of this\, it confuses the colorizer.\n];
> Any suggestions?
Odd. For me, all of those constructs are handled correctly (both from
the standpoint of colorization and balancing/indenting). I also have no
idea why a _comma_ of all things would be causing problems.
What versions of Emacs and cperl-mode do you have? What other
cperl-mode customization settings do you have? Are you doing anything
unusual in cperl-mode-hook? You wouldn't happen to be altering the
cperl-mode-syntax-table and setting comma to a quote character or
anything like that, would you? :-)
And finally, is it possible to reproduce this in vanilla mode ('emacs
-q --no-site-file' or 'xemacs -vanilla')?
I also, by the way, have set up the following hack in .emacs for
situations where cperl-mode gets confused about colorization (which
happens more often in XEmacs than GNU Emacs):
;; Define a refontification command
(defun cperl-refontify-buffer ()
"Reload cperl mode and fontify current buffer"
(cperl-define-key "\M-f" 'cperl-refontify-buffer [(meta f)])))
Many people, by the way, would probably prefer a different keystroke.
However, that's easy to change.
This hack allows me to do Alt-F at any point to refontify the buffer. I
probably use it more often than I should (since it shouldn't really be
necessary), but it works for now until I can get around to fixing
lazy-lock in XEmacs.
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