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198Re: Adapting modes for folding

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  • michael_j_barber
    Aug 12 11:33 PM
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      Thanks for the confirmation. It looks like I will need to define some states for a couple of modes, so I'm sure I'll be following up soon with some questions along those lines.

      I've already noticed a bit of the modal dark arts in the Python mode. Very intriguing!

      --- In SubEthaEdit@yahoogroups.com, Martin Pittenauer <map@...> wrote:
      >
      >
      > On 11.08.2009, at 20:29, michael_j_barber wrote:
      > > There are a couple of modes I use that haven't been updated. By
      > > looking through the example in the mode SDK, it seems pretty
      > > straightforward: just add foldable="yes" to appropriate states
      > > defined in SyntaxDefinition.xml for the mode. The hardest part,
      > > then, would be adding relevant states for modes that lack them.
      > >
      > That's the basic idea.
      > > Is that really all there is to it? Any other tips to know or
      > > pitfalls to beware of?
      > >
      > As always I'd advice to have a look at the modes we ship for the
      > "state of the art" in terms of black voodoo mode creation. ;)
      >
      > C.mode is pretty straight forward, XML.mode is a bit more advanced,
      > PHP-HTML.mode or ERB.mode are pretty complicated.
      >
      > I put some advanced features in the engine for fine-tuning and edge
      > cases, that we haven't yet documented, mainly because I want the dust
      > to settle a bit before we commit to "public API". So there is some
      > "headroom" should you run into a wall. In any case, let me know if
      > have trouble, I'm here to help and to learn how to make this stuff
      > more approachable for people not sitting in this office. ;)
      >
      > All the best,
      > Martin
      >
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