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Re: new faces

From: Bozhidar Batsov
Subject: Re: new faces
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2014 23:31:49 +0200

On Monday, March 24, 2014, Bois Francois-Xavier <address@hidden> wrote:
> > font-lock-tag-name-face
> > font-lock-tag-bracket-face
> These seem very HTML specific, so not really appropriate for font-lock-*-face.

I am thinking of markdown, apache-mode, wiki/ini-mode, org-mode (not
sure for this one), and of course all the xml/html modes

> > font-lock-attr-name-face
> This one probably corresponds to "argument names", so in Lisp it could
> be used for keyword symbols.  IOW I'm OK with adding such a face.
> > font-lock-attr-value-face
> AFAIK an attribute value is an _expression_, so I'm not sure why we'd want
> to give it a special face.  I guess it's another way to say that this is
> also too HTML-specific to make much sense for font-lock-*-face.
> > font-lock-symbol-face
> I have no idea what this one is, neither for HTML nor for any other mode.

I was thinking of this kind of syntax (with js or ruby)

{symbolX: "aa", symbolY: 123}

Can be used for Lisp's keyword type (:something) as well.  

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