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Thu, 03 Jul 2003 20:07:08 -0400
> I agree that it would be better if they were the same, but I can't
> think of a less disruptive method for having two major modes in the
> same buffer, and to allow the usual parsing functions for each of the
> modes to function more-or-less normally.
I think it's pretty disruptive (`intangible' properties already tend to
break a lot of code). Also, when there are two blocks of C code separated
by something else, it's not clear whether the first should influence the
second or not.
I expect that mmm-mode can be extended to use point-motion hooks like
point-enter and point-leave to simulate your suggestions. I think such
experimentation is necessary before being able to decide what kind
of additional support is needed, if any. Sadly I haven't heard much from
mmm-mode developers on this list. Maybe we should invite them so they
can share their horror stories and wishes.
- Re: narrow-to-here-document,
Stefan Monnier <=