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[emacs-wiki-discuss] Re: Anchors and Lists and file extension defaults--
[emacs-wiki-discuss] Re: Anchors and Lists and file extension defaults---migrating from html and emacs-wiki
Fri, 21 Oct 2005 09:43:35 -0500
Gnus/5.110004 (No Gnus v0.4) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)
"Phillip Lord" <address@hidden> writes:
> I can't replicate this behaviour in muse, because of the interaction
> between the two markup's. Anchors have to be the start of a newline,
> and this, sadly, plays havoc with the list markup.
> No idea what to do about this, except to wonder whether anchors
> could occur of the start of a line. Then
> - #pabbrev.el This is my new...
> - #lazy-desktop.el This interacts with...
> should work.
I've tried to implement this in the following patch.
2005-10-21 14:39:50 GMT Michael Olson <address@hidden> patch-252
Allow anchors to occur near (rather than at) the beginning of line.
* lisp/muse-publish.el (muse-publish-markup-regexps): Allow non-word
characters before anchor, like " - ". Thanks to Phillip Lord for the
> Finally, I have a general comment on initially emacs-wiki and now
> muse. I would put a plea that the default behaviour to have no file
> extension be changed. I often use make to build my websites,
> combined with emacs-wiki and now probably muse. I like to be able to
> build form a command line outside of emacs (as well as
> inside!). However, Makefile's always get recognised. It also
> prevents easy autoloading of muse (as muse has to be loaded to
> recognise files) and requires the use of find-file-hook which makes
> me a bit scared! I was very happy to discover muse-mode-auto-p and
> muse-file-extension. I'd suggest that "nil" and "muse" be set as
I agree. I guess I'll go ahead and do this.
> Incidentally, would there be any interest in my ".ht" publishing
> style. It's quite small, and I expect that the number of people in
> the world insane enough to use both muse and ht2html (another
> excellent package) will be quite small....
I am indeed interested in seeing your ".ht" publishing style. What is
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