An Emacs language mode creation tutorial
Emacs is a wonderful thing.
"I've written several Emacs modes for various obscure or in-house tool languages. When starting my first mode, I found that there weren't a lot of lucid explanations of how to write a mode intended for language editing. Even Writing GNU Emacs Extensions doesn't cover topics like syntax highlighting and indentation. And generic-mode, distributed with recent versions of Emacs, doesn't handle indentation.
Here, I walk through my wpdl-mode.el, a mode for editing Workflow Process Definition Language files. " An Emacs language mode creation tutorial
(Submitted by Noel Fri Feb 10, 2006 )
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