|Subject:||Re: Small improvements to ruby-mode|
|Date:||Sat, 6 Jul 2013 08:14:58 +0300|
> I thought the manual installation instructions were leftovers from the oldSMIE comes with Emacs since 23.4 and ruby-mode doesn't use SMIE:
> ruby-mode. I was under the impression that since ruby-mode started using
> SMIE it's not a good idea to distribute it separately, since it might not
> behave appropriately on older Emacsen. Perhaps I'm wrong.
I installed a rough first cut at what could become SMIE support, but
since I don't use Ruby, I probably won't do it myself and it looks like
noone's interested to pick up the work.
If they have nothing better to do than watch the lights of the Xmas
> That's unfortunate. Files with tabs look like Christmas trees for most
> whitespace-mode users.
tree, it's their choice. IOW I think the problem is that those users
should get a life.
Why have a special face for the negation char? What's so special about
>> * make use of `font-lock-negation-char-face` for !
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