|Subject:||Re: two more emacs questions|
|Date:||Fri, 17 Nov 2006 14:31:55 -0600|
On Nov 17, 2006, at 1:05 PM, Vadim Bendebury wrote:
I do this for C mode: (modify-syntax-entry 95 "w" c-mode-syntax-table)
1) There are comments somewhere that explicitly say "don't do this!!!" but I never figured out why. I'd like to here from others why this is not recommended.
2) There are lots of syntax tables. Most major-modes have their own. Some minor-modes I think diddle with them too. Plus there is a global syntax table. So, you will need to explore and figure out which syntax tables you want to change. Then add the modification to the appropriate hook(s).
I have this in my .emacs file:
'(c-initialization-hook (function (lambda nil (modify-syntax-entry 95 "w" c-mode-syntax-table))))
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