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- Subject: Re: Emacs lua-mode with outline-minor-mode in Win32?
- From: "Jim Whitehead II" <jnwhiteh@...>
- Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2008 08:30:22 +0100
On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 7:01 AM, Veli-Pekka Tätilä <email@example.com> wrote:
> A quick question:
> Does the lua mode for Emacs allow you to use outline minor mode to hide bodies of functions? As Perl mode does I thought it would but nothing happens when I use the hide body command, oh well. I wonder if it's something quirky on this Win32 machine. I'm fairly new to Emacs but *really* like out-line minor mode and dynamic auto complete. Saves me a lot of time with a screen reader.
> So far I've yet to figure out how to read the mode docs other than the source. c-h m only gives a very brief description and then starts talking about minor modes I've got on. I'm using speechd-el in Linux and my WIn32 reader, Supernova, in Windows. Both have Emacs now.
> Any help appreciated.
> I'm new to Emacs, I've read about it loads but only used it for a few days so far. I like it for the most part but let's not get into that.
>From my recollection, it does not. You will find that the emacs
plugin for Lua is extremely out of date and has quite a number of
issues with both the syntax highlighting and the indentation magic. I
had hoped to fix it and get a new one written at one point, but I no
longer use emacs so I don't see that happening any time soon.