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Re: modify syntax highlighting in auctex


From: Fabian Braennstroem
Subject: Re: modify syntax highlighting in auctex
Date: 3 Aug 2005 09:38:42 GMT
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Hi to both,

On 2005-08-02, Reiner Steib <address@hidden>
wrote:
>  On Tue, Aug 02 2005, Fabian Braennstroem wrote:
> 
> > all I want to modify syntax highlighting in auctex for the
> > use of beamer documents. Each frame/slide starts with the keyword
> > 'frametitle' and now I want that is has the same style like the
> > 'subsection' keyword, but with a different color, e.g.
> > green.
>  [...]
> > Maybe, it is even possible to change the color of the words
> > frame and framtitle and enlarge and color the title-text!?
> 
>  The following patch (against current CVS [1]) for style/beamer.sty
>  enables \subsection-like highlighting of \frametitle:
> 
>  --8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
>  --- beamer.el        26 Mar 2005 19:31:54 +0100      1.9
>  +++ beamer.el        02 Aug 2005 14:05:41 +0200      
>  @@ -109,7 +109,14 @@
>                     env
>                     (let ((width (read-input "(Optional) Area width: ")))
>                       (unless (zerop (length width))
>  -                      (format "[%s]" width)))))))))
>  +                      (format "[%s]" width)))))))
>  +
>  +   ;; Definitions for font-latex
>  +   (when (and (featurep 'font-latex)
>  +          (eq TeX-install-font-lock 'font-latex-setup))
>  +     ;; Textual keywords
>  +     (add-to-list 'font-latex-match-sectioning-3-keywords-local 
> "frametitle")
>  +     (font-latex-match-sectioning-3-make))))
>   
>   (defun TeX-arg-beamer-overlay-spec (optional &optional prompt)
>     "Prompt for overlay specification." 
>  --8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---
> 
>  You may also add your own keywords as the manual suggests, but this is
>  done no matter if you actually use the beamer class or not:
> 
>  ,----[ (info "(auctex)Font Locking") ]
> |    You can add your own sectioning commands be adding them to the
> | keyword lists: `font-latex-match-sectioning-0-keywords'
> | (`font-latex-sectioning-0-face') ...
> | `font-latex-match-sectioning-5-keywords'
> | (`font-latex-sectioning-5-face').
>  `----
> 
>  I.e. (setq font-latex-match-sectioning-3-keywords (list "frametitle"))
>  should do the trick, see `C-h v font-latex-match-sectioning-3-keywords
>  RET' for more.

Thanks! Somehow, both example don't work. The patch probably
just because I patched the beamer.el by hand; I will try the
correct way. Using the no-patch variant nothing happens and
when I try to describe variables with 'C-h v ' I just find
'font-latex-match-sectioning-3-keywords'; there are no other
sectioning variables available!?

> 
>  Bye, Reiner.
> 
>  [1] probably it wont work with AUCTeX <= 11.55 because some functions
>      have been renamed.

Aeh, just found that I use auctex 11.52 ... I actually
already installed 11.55, but this happens when mixing two
different package manager (archlinux and gentoo); stupid. I
will clean up my system and try it again.

Greetings, Fabian


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