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font-lock issue with cpp syntax highlighting

From: Rob Hutten
Subject: font-lock issue with cpp syntax highlighting
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 16:58:17 -0400



Apologies if this is a newbie question.  A few of us here have combed list archives and the next in general but cannot find an answer to our question.


We have two development environments in which our coder uses emacs:


Old:  emacs-21.3.1 on RHEL4


New: emacs-21.4.1 on CentOS 5.2


Both environments share the same cpp.elc and jackknife environment files.  Yet the syntax highlighting for C++ code seems to be using different parsing rules; we understand how to map colours to certain syntactical elements, but we're in the dark as to exactly how the C++-specific syntactical elements (i.e. constants, types, namespaces, etc.) are defined.


If some kind soul could help shed a little light here, we'd be very grateful.






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