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Re: C-comments in sgml-mode's html-mode

From: Edward Welbourne
Subject: Re: C-comments in sgml-mode's html-mode
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 10:57:35 +0200

> Some css-mode I presume.

That was my guess, too (see initial report).

>> There are text properties here:
>>   face                 (bold underline font-lock-comment-face)
>>   fontified            t

> Looks like a weird mixture of html- and css-mode.  Are you using
> a css-mode or html-helper-mode?

However, C-h m gives me a buffer full of mode information in which
searching for css gets no hits, as does searching for helper.  It
starts with <quote>

Enabled minor modes: Auto-Compression Blink-Cursor File-Name-Shadow
Font-Lock Global-Font-Lock Line-Number Mouse-Wheel Tooltip
Unify-8859-On-Encoding Utf-Translate-Cjk

</quote> (and I've no idea what's putting in File-Name-Shadow, Tooltip
or the two encoding-related ones on the last line), introducing the
major mode as: <quote>

HTML mode:
Major mode based on SGML mode for editing HTML documents.



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