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Re: Gnu Emacs Ada mode beta test 7.0.0

From: Stephen Leake
Subject: Re: Gnu Emacs Ada mode beta test 7.0.0
Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2019 12:15:20 -0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.2 (windows-nt)

Simon Wright <address@hidden> writes:

> Now building & installing fine (while recovering from partial
> installs, I had to stop and restart emacs - more than once, I _think_
> - to end up with a consistent mode).

That makes sense.

> There used to be a command in gpr-mode, C-c C-p, which set the current
> file as the current GPR. I miss this!
> There's a line
>     (define-key map "\C-c\C-P" 'gpr-set-as-project)
> in gpr-mode.el but no such function. (why P and not p?)

Here's a patch:

--- gpr-mode.el 2c7b9a523c0b99641a63acbfa48691fc6ece3bf3
+++ gpr-mode.el babdd054c675212db8a73439103c638197e34d0e
@@ -352,6 +352,11 @@ Must match Language_Protoco
   :type 'string
   :group 'gpr)
+(defun gpr-set-as-project ()
+  "Set current buffer (a gpr file) as current project file."
+  (interactive)
+  (wisi-prj-dtrt-parse-file (buffer-file-name) (gpr-prj-default 
(buffer-file-name)) (buffer-file-name)))
 (defun gpr-mode ()

I don't know why P and not p.

> When in ada-mode, there's the "Wisi Prj Select" menu which could have
> a better name ("Ada Projects"?)

wisi projects can be used for any language; I use them for .wy and java
(both Android and windows).

They are competing with EDE projects.

> Was pleased to see that, if there's more than one project open,
> compiling an Ada source does so in the context of the correct GPR.

Good. Although that can get confusing, depending on which wisi function
you have in project-find-functions.

> I find that Ada source isn't fontified when opened (GPR source is): I
> toggled font-lock-mode to get fontification.

Do you have global-font-lock-mode enabled? If not, you need to add
font-lock-mode to ada-mode-hook.

Although you should also need to add it to gpr-mode-hook; is that true?

> Season's greetings! 

Happy solstice

> & many thanks for the work.

Thanks for the feedback.

-- Stephe

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