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Re: Apply Emacs-Lisp `font-lock' rules to a string

From: Alexander Shukaev
Subject: Re: Apply Emacs-Lisp `font-lock' rules to a string
Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2015 02:09:08 +0200

>>> (minibuffer-message
>>>  (my-font-lock-string #'emacs-lisp-mode "\"\\\\(1\\\\|2\\\\)\""))
>> Oops, got the arguments backward there:
>> (minibuffer-message
>>  (my-font-lock-string "\"\\\\(1\\\\|2\\\\)\"" #'emacs-lisp-mode))
> Cool!  Thanks, John.  I just want to point out that plain `message'
> also works fine if you do it like this (which is recommended anyway,
> even in the documentation):
> (message "%s" (my-font-lock-string ...))

Nevertheless, I still can't find a way to make

(user-error "%s" (my-font-lock-string ...))

display colored output.  Any suggestions?


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