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[jasspa] newbie: How to turn on line-wrap as default like Emacs

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  • Liyu Liu
    Hi: I just came to JASSPA recently and find it a good coding tool. It sounds to me that it does not use elisp. My knowlege about el is also extremely limited,
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 16, 2000
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      Hi:
       
      I just came to JASSPA recently and find it a good coding tool. It sounds to me that it does not use elisp. My knowlege about el is also extremely limited, though. So how do I turn on line-wrapping like Emacs defaultly do?
       
      Thanks,
       
      Luke
    • Jon Green
      I m afraid that there is currently no support the line wrapping aka GNU emacs. Within the documentation modes then wrapping is normally enabled though the
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 16, 2000
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        I'm afraid that there is currently no support the line wrapping 'aka' GNU
        emacs. Within the documentation modes then wrapping is normally enabled
        though the "hkXXX" files using:-

        1 buffer-mode "wrap"

        Look in hkdoc.emf. This is not the type of wrapping that you are refering
        to - I think you mean the display of a single file line which wraps over
        multiple buffer lines - which is not currently supported.

        With respect to you 2nd question - this distribution does not use lisp.
        There is a macro language, these are the .emf files. These are fairly
        easy to read and code up - in most instances !!

        > Liyu Liu wrote:
        >
        > Hi:
        >
        > I just came to JASSPA recently and find it a good coding tool. It sounds to me
        > that it does not use elisp. My knowlege about el is also extremely limited,
        > though. So how do I turn on line-wrapping like Emacs defaultly do?
        >
        > Thanks,
        >
        > Luke
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