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Re: Is there a mode that helps enforce coding guidelines?


From: Colin Marquardt
Subject: Re: Is there a mode that helps enforce coding guidelines?
Date: Tue, 03 Jun 2003 17:58:23 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.1002 (Gnus v5.10.2) Emacs/21.3 (usg-unix-v)

address@hidden (Petter Wintzell) writes:

> Is there an Emacs mode that can help a programmer follow a set of
> coding guidelines and style rules? I am thinking of the simple rules
> that exist in many companies and projects regarding line length,
> comment style, indent style, hanging braces, variable names and what
> not.
>
> I would like a mode that highlighted the text when I broke a
> guideline. It would also be nice if the mode could help me correct the
> error.

Take a look at <http://www.jpl.org/elips/develock.el.gz>:

,----
| ;;; Commentary:
| 
| ;; Develock is a minor mode which provides the ability to make font-
| ;; lock highlight leading and trailing whitespaces, long lines and the
| ;; other garbages in the file buffer for Lisp modes, ChangeLog mode,
| ;; Texinfo mode, C modes, Java mode, Jde-mode , CPerl mode, Perl mode,
| ;; HTML modes and some Mail modes.  Here is an example of how to set
| ;; up your startup file (possibly .emacs) to use Develock:
`----

HTH,
  Colin


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