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Re: Rename Tree-sitter major modes from "ts" to "treesit" (was Re: tree-

From: Theodor Thornhill
Subject: Re: Rename Tree-sitter major modes from "ts" to "treesit" (was Re: tree-sitter version?)
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2022 17:38:27 +0100

On 25 November 2022 17:25:09 CET, "Daniel Martín" <mardani29@yahoo.es> wrote:
>"T.V Raman" <raman@google.com> writes:
>> also the   name "ts" as part of tree-sitter is an unfortunate
>> confusion since ts-mode is for typescript.
>> I initally wrongly assumed that ts-mode was some kind of global mode
>> that would enable tree-support for all supported modes, given the
>> names c-ts-mode etc.
>This is a good point.  The Tree-sitter Elisp library itself and its
>commands already use the "treesit" abbreviation consistently.  We're
>still on time to rename the new language modes to c-treesit-mode, and so
>on.  Thoughts?

I'd rather change ts-mode to typescript-mode or typescript-ts-mode. But we can 
discuss names, of course :-)

Even better would be some construct we've discussed many times the last months: 
not letting a specific implementation "own" a major mode name. So c-mode could 
be powered by cc mode implementation _or_ treesit.el implementation, but not a 
merged thing.

To me the natural progression would be to keep name as-is, then later when we 
have such a construct just delete the *-ts-modes.

For Emacs 30 or 31.


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