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Re: [PATCH] Utilize new font-lock faces for C/C++ and Python tree-sitter
Re: [PATCH] Utilize new font-lock faces for C/C++ and Python tree-sitter use
Mon, 14 Nov 2022 20:20:53 +0100
(adding back in emacs-devel)
Randy Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Hey guys,
> Seems like the mailing lists are down from what I can tell, so just
> sending the patch I sent out yesterday in case either of you wanted to
> take a look. Not sure how long the lists will be down for (or even
> what's going on).
> BTW I think it would be a good idea to figure out some guidelines for
> the tree-sitter features (and write them down somewhere) - some that
> are applicable to as many languages as possible, and preferably as
> small as possible. That way we can have consistent implementations,
> and languages can deviate where they may need to. I will think about
> composing a list of what we may want.
I think that's smart, but I envision we will diverge in any case, hehe.
> Here's what I said in the email:
> I'm just submitting C/C++ and Python for now since some of the other files are
> a little more volatile currently (there are some patches in progress).
I like it!
Are you sure we cover most of the stuff that was covered in the old
style? I see it is different visually, but that's likely the new faces
are without any color, right?
I think you should add similar changes to all the new modes:
If you have time and energy, of course :-)
- Re: [PATCH] Utilize new font-lock faces for C/C++ and Python tree-sitter use,
Theodor Thornhill <=