[ESS] Emacs 22 -- much less fontification ..
maechler at stat.math.ethz.ch
Fri Jun 15 17:58:44 CEST 2007
>>>>> "PaDre" == Patrick Drechsler <patrick at pdrechsler.de>
>>>>> on Fri, 15 Jun 2007 12:39:19 +0200 writes:
PaDre> Kasper Daniel Hansen <khansen at stat.berkeley.edu> writes:
>> On Jun 14, 2007, at 7:50 AM, Martin Maechler wrote:
>>> Notably in *R* , strings are no longer fontfied, and "## ..."
>>> (comments) are fontified when entering but no longer afterwards ---
>>> where all input is bold-faced but not color-fontified anymore. I
>>> assume this is a new feature for all comint-based modes?
>> This will not be very helpful, but still. I am using Carbon Emacs on
>> Mac which is (currently) based on Emacs 220.127.116.11. I have been using
>> it for a while, so I cannot comment on suddenly missing
>> fontification, but I am certainly getting any character vector (ie.
>> between double quotes) fontified when editing a .R file. Ditto for
>> comments (which in my setup is coloured the same color as strings).
PaDre> I think Martin was refering to the *R* buffer, not the buffer you are
PaDre> in when editing an *.R file.
PaDre> FWIW: I can confirm the missing fontification in the *R*
PaDre> buffer. Everything is fine the *.R buffer.
Exactly, I was refering to *R* and there's no
problem in *.R buffers.
BTW: Just today, I've seen another bad example of fontification
in a *.c file :
A /* ......... */ region was
fontified as *string* - something I've never seen in earlier Emacsen.
If you want to try: It's starting at line 81 in
PaDre> Opposed to others have not seen any drastic slowdown in evaluation
PaDre> using `C-c C-c'.
Well, C-c C-r and C-c C-c are a bit different,
but both end up going via ess-eval-region, so
your comment *is* relevant.
PaDre> This is using either the current stable ESS version or the SVN
PaDre> OTOH I'm using:
PaDre> GNU Emacs 18.104.22.168 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.8.20) of
PaDre> 2007-03-18 on golem
so you haven't seen good ole' Emacs 21.x for such a long time
that you don't know anymore what you've left behind?
PaDre> Just my $0.02,
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