Commit c25d0edb authored by Stefan Monnier's avatar Stefan Monnier
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(tex-verbatim-environments): Add safe-local-variable property.

(tex-font-lock-syntactic-keywords): Lookup tex-verbatim-environments
when starting font-lock rather than when loading tex-mode.el.
parent 1de49d4e
2007-07-16 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
* textmodes/tex-mode.el (tex-verbatim-environments):
Add safe-local-variable property.
(tex-font-lock-syntactic-keywords): Lookup tex-verbatim-environments
when starting font-lock rather than when loading tex-mode.el.
* progmodes/sh-script.el (sh-font-lock-quoted-subshell): Skip over the
whole $( rather than just the $. Rename from sh-quoted-subshell.
(sh-font-lock-syntactic-keywords): Adjust call accordingly.
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......@@ -637,26 +637,31 @@ An alternative value is \" . \", if you use a font with a narrow period."
(defvar tex-verbatim-environments
'("verbatim" "verbatim*"))
(put 'tex-verbatim-environments 'safe-local-variable
(lambda (x) (require 'cl) (every 'stringp x)))
(defvar tex-font-lock-syntactic-keywords
(let ((verbs (regexp-opt tex-verbatim-environments t)))
`((,(concat "^\\\\begin *{" verbs "}.*\\(\n\\)") 2 "|")
;; Technically, we'd like to put the "|" property on the \n preceding
;; the \end, but this would have 2 disadvantages:
;; 1 - it's wrong if the verbatim env is empty (the same \n is used to
;; start and end the fenced-string).
;; 2 - font-lock considers the preceding \n as being part of the
;; preceding line, so things gets screwed every time the previous
;; line is re-font-locked on its own.
;; There's a hack in tex-font-lock-keywords-1 to remove the verbatim
;; face from the \ but C-M-f still jumps to the wrong spot :-( --Stef
(,(concat "^\\(\\\\\\)end *{" verbs "}\\(.?\\)") (1 "|") (3 "<"))
;; ("^\\(\\\\\\)begin *{comment}" 1 "< b")
;; ("^\\\\end *{comment}.*\\(\n\\)" 1 "> b")
("\\\\verb\\**\\([^a-z@*]\\)"
;; Do it last, because it uses syntax-ppss which needs the
;; syntax-table properties of previous entries.
1 (tex-font-lock-verb (match-end 1))))))
'((eval . `(,(concat "^\\\\begin *{"
(regexp-opt tex-verbatim-environments t)
"}.*\\(\n\\)") 2 "|"))
;; Technically, we'd like to put the "|" property on the \n preceding
;; the \end, but this would have 2 disadvantages:
;; 1 - it's wrong if the verbatim env is empty (the same \n is used to
;; start and end the fenced-string).
;; 2 - font-lock considers the preceding \n as being part of the
;; preceding line, so things gets screwed every time the previous
;; line is re-font-locked on its own.
;; There's a hack in tex-font-lock-keywords-1 to remove the verbatim
;; face from the \ but C-M-f still jumps to the wrong spot :-( --Stef
(eval . `(,(concat "^\\(\\\\\\)end *{"
(regexp-opt tex-verbatim-environments t)
"}\\(.?\\)") (1 "|") (3 "<")))
;; ("^\\(\\\\\\)begin *{comment}" 1 "< b")
;; ("^\\\\end *{comment}.*\\(\n\\)" 1 "> b")
("\\\\verb\\**\\([^a-z@*]\\)"
;; Do it last, because it uses syntax-ppss which needs the
;; syntax-table properties of previous entries.
1 (tex-font-lock-verb (match-end 1)))))
(defun tex-font-lock-unfontify-region (beg end)
(font-lock-default-unfontify-region beg end)
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