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Re: Should yaml-ts-mode inherit from prog-mode?

From: Randy Taylor
Subject: Re: Should yaml-ts-mode inherit from prog-mode?
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2023 01:52:47 +0000

Eli, do you have any comments?

The general consensus seems to be that yaml-ts-mode should inherit from prog-mode instead of text-mode.
The arguments in favour make sense to me.

>On Saturday, March 4th, 2023 at 13:24, Romanos Skiadas <rom.skiad@gmail.com> wrote:
>By this standard, I have more than a couple of voices in favour of it. Should it happen, given the stage the emacs29 branch is in?
>(Apologies for the cc if you are not the right person, or if you are not interested, Eli)
>>On Fri, 3 Mar 2023 at 06:23, Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org> wrote:
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>>> I haven't seen anyone argue that YAML is a programming language per se, and
>>> I don't believe that either. However, to me there is a prevalent feeling
>>> that it would be nice and consistent with the other elpa shipped modes of
>>> similar languages inherit from prog mod.
>>Practically speaking, will users who customize prog-mode prefer for those
>>customizations to affect the YAML mode? Or will they be happier
>>if it does not?
>>This is what determines whether YAML mode should inherit from
>>Dr Richard Stallman (https://stallman.org)
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