Commit 3f150a60 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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(f90-break-delimiters, f90-no-break-re): Doc fixes.

parent b0d5b05b
2009-07-01 Glenn Morris <>
* progmodes/f90.el (f90-break-delimiters, f90-no-break-re): Doc fixes.
2009-07-01 Evangelos Evangelou <> (tiny change)
* progmodes/f90.el (f90-no-break-re): Add "(/" and "/)". (Bug#3730)
......@@ -254,9 +254,10 @@ additionally blinks the cursor to the start of the block."
(defcustom f90-break-delimiters "[-+\\*/><=,% \t]"
"Regexp matching delimiter characters at which lines may be broken.
There are certain tokens comprised entirely of characters
matching this regexp that should not be split, and these are
specified by the constant `f90-no-break-re'."
There are some common two-character tokens where one or more of
the members matches this regexp. Although Fortran allows breaks
within lexical tokens (provided the next line has a beginning ampersand),
the constant `f90-no-break-re' ensures that such tokens are not split."
:type 'regexp
:group 'f90)
(put 'f90-break-delimiters 'safe-local-variable 'stringp)
......@@ -824,11 +825,12 @@ Can be overridden by the value of `font-lock-maximum-decoration'.")
(defconst f90-no-break-re
(regexp-opt '("**" "//" "=>" ">=" "<=" "==" "/=" "(/" "/)") 'paren)
"Regexp specifying where not to break lines when filling.
This regexp matches certain tokens comprised entirely of
characters matching the regexp `f90-break-delimiters' that should
not be split by filling. Each element is assumed to be two
characters long.")
"Regexp specifying two-character tokens not to split when breaking lines.
Each token has one or more of the characters from `f90-break-delimiters'.
Note that if only one of the characters is from that variable,
then the presence of the token here allows a line-break before or
after the other character, where a break would not normally be
allowed. This minor issue currently only affects \"(/\" and \"/)\".")
(defvar f90-cache-position nil
"Temporary position used to speed up region operations.")
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