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    Amend parse-partial-sexp correctly to handle two character comment delimiters · 9dcf5998
    Alan Mackenzie authored
    Do this by adding a new field to the parser state: the syntax of the last
    character scanned, should that be the first char of a (potential) two char
    construct, nil otherwise.
    This should make the parser state complete.
    Also document element 9 of the parser state.  Also refactor the code a bit.
    * src/syntax.c (struct lisp_parse_state): Add a new field.
    (internalize_parse_state): New function, extracted from scan_sexps_forward.
    (back_comment): Call internalize_parse_state.
    (forw_comment): Return the syntax of the last character scanned to the caller
    when that character might be the first of a two character construct.
    (Fforward_comment, scan_lists): New dummy variables, passed to forw_comment.
    (scan_sexps_forward): Remove a redundant state parameter.  Access all `state'
    information via the address parameter `state'.  Remove the code which converts
    from external to internal form of `state'.  Access buffer contents only from
    `from' onwards.  Reformulate code at the top of the main loop correctly to
    recognize comment openers when starting in the middle of one.  Call
    forw_comment with extra argument (for return of syntax value of possible first
    char of a two char construct).
    (Fparse_partial_sexp): Document elements 9, 10 of the parser state in the
    doc string.  Clarify the doc string in general.  Call
    internalize_parse_state.  Take account of the new elements when consing up the
    output parser state.
    * doc/lispref/syntax.texi: (Parser State): Document element 9 and the new
    element 10.  Minor wording corrections (remove reference to "trivial
    (Low Level Parsing): Minor corrections.
    * etc/NEWS: Note new element 10, and documentation of element 9 of parser
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