tuechler at gmx.at
Sat Feb 4 11:18:21 CET 2006
Thanks to Seth Falcon, Stephen Eglen, Tony Rossini for your helpful
answers. I will try it and see what I like most.
At 10:49 04.02.2006 +0100, A.J. Rossini wrote:
>Stephen's approach is what I do to use allout mode (require
>To test, set the header lead string to "###" (there's a menu
>to set this as one of the options).
2/4/06, Stephen Eglen <S.J.Eglen at damtp.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>> > maybe
I missed some ESS functionality, but I considere to use
outline-minor-mode in R syntax buffers. I would like to use the comment
> lines as headings. The problem I don't know to solve is that in R
>> > comments starting with ### are considered as higher level
>> > starting with ## or #.
>> yes, and that follows the
elisp convention for comments.
>> > As far as I understood outline-mode
would treat them the other way round i.e.
>> > # comment would be
considered as top level, ## comment as second,
>> and so on.
outline-regexp is a variable that controls what regexp is used to
headers at the start of a line. So, three hashes would be taken
>> as a
level 3 heading, deeper than one hash (level one). I just took a
look in the elisp, and couldn't see a way to specify the level
separately from the regexp.
>> Furthermore, if you use ESS's indenting,
you'd see that comments with
>> either one or two hashes won't be found at
the start of the line,
>> which might mess things up.
>> Possibly the
solution would be to use three hashes followed by some
>> variable number
of asterisks to denote your header:
>> ### * Init code
>> ### ** New
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