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bug#49346: headings when using sh-mode

From: lisa-asket
Subject: bug#49346: headings when using sh-mode
Date: Sun, 4 Jul 2021 19:18:08 +0200 (CEST)

I have been using

# h1
# h2
# h3

This is similar to defining headers in html without ending up using long repeating symbols
such as `#####` or `*******`.  The number at the end defines the headline level.

From: Lars Ingebrigtsen <larsi@gnus.org>
To: lisa-asket@perso.be
Subject: bug#49346: headings when using sh-mode
Date: 04/07/2021 15:54:55 Europe/Paris
Cc: 49346@debbugs.gnu.org

lisa-asket@perso.be writes:

> I enabled `outline-minor-mode` and found that by default `sh-script`
> uses `*`, `** `, `***` as headings. Because the headings are not part
> of comments, my bash script breaks if I use headings in this way.
> Headings normally start with the comment character.

`sh-mode' has no support for outlining, so `outline-minor-mode' just
uses the default values for `outline-regexp'. So I guess this is a
wishlist item for adding support for outlining in `sh-mode'?

Does anybody have a suggestion for what that should be in `sh-mode', or
whether this doesn't really make sense for `sh-mode'?

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