2139Re: [emacs-nxml-mode] rnc-mode updated for GNU Emacs 23+
- Dec 18, 2012* Tom Emerson <tremerson@...> [2012-12-18 12:45-0500]
> Greetings,I heard from some zealots that HTML5 documents like
> I noticed that rnc-mode has not been updated for quite some time, and
> that the canonical download link at Pantor stopped working.
> I created a repo on github for rnc-mode, and fixed it to work with GNU
> Emacs 23 and 24. You can clone from here:
> I will be creating a Marmalade (or MELPA, I haven't decided yet)
> package for it in the next day or so, which will make it easier for
> people to install.
> If you have features/bugs that you'd like addressed, feel free to
> submit an issue on GitHub.
should be editable in emacs. The schema change (e.g. <section/> tags)
is pretty easy to handle, but I've no idea if nxml-mode could
conceivably handle the non-XML-ness of HTML5, e.g.
@prefix : <http://example.org/elements> .
:atomicNumber 2 ; # xsd:integer
:atomicMass 4.002602 ; # xsd:decimal
:specificGravity 1.663E-4 . # xsd:double
Does it make sense that there could be a feature to change the
escaping rules inside <script/> elements? (If anyone's dying to know
how to embed a script in a script, I'll find out.)
Anyways I'll raise an issue if a brief conversation here gives me
confidence that it's not an insane feature request.
I also noticed a while ago that someone asked about an auto-fill where
once you create an element, nxml prompts you for the embedded required
attributes and subelements (a feature which I miss from xml-mode).
Would the poster of that email like to file it as a feature req?
> Share and enjoy,--
> Tom Emerson
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