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Re: hightlight if/ifdef blocks


From: Martin
Subject: Re: hightlight if/ifdef blocks
Date: 5 Nov 2006 03:01:15 -0800
User-agent: G2/1.0

As far as I understood the hide-ifdef-mode correctly it can either hide
code completely or partially.
As I just want to highlight the code this (in fact) doesn't help me.
Thanks anyway

Martin



Fang lun gang wrote:
> >>>>> "Martin" == Martin  <address@hidden> writes:
>
>     Martin> might or might not work with the one or the other compiler.  To
>     Martin> avoid this uncertainty I should use #if 0 which I think makes 
> sense
>     Martin> and is ok for me. (can't find the post though, sorry ...)  
> However,
>     Martin> emacs does not show me these blocks as "unused" comments, but as
>     Martin> c-code.  So, back to my original question ... how to get these
>     Martin> blocks to change their color :-)
>
> Thanks at first.
>
> As to your original question, I known there is a hide-ifdef-mode although it
> may not satisfy you. 
> 
> -- 
> Fang lun gang



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