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Re: rendering a string as a new line?

From: Oliver Scholz
Subject: Re: rendering a string as a new line?
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 17:21:22 +0200
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"Stefan Monnier" <address@hidden> writes:

>> It's more or less a guess. It depends on the actual tag. If it is
>> indeed an XML tag among other XML tags, then it could be hairy to
>> write a CCL program. I believe that you could always--as a last
>> resort--implement a state machine to decode arbitrary tags, using the
>> `branch' statement from CCL, but it would still be hairy. As I said,
>> depending on the actual tag.
> You can always use post-conversion functions to use regexps.

Sure, but then why bother to use a coding-system at all?

>> This is all very hypothetical. Now I am curious how those tags
>> actually look like and what the file format in question is.
> Given what he said, I'd say that a few good font-lock patterns
> adding a display property should do the trick.

I agree.

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