[Openmcl-devel] Contrib: syntax-styling
ralex at cs.colorado.edu
Mon Oct 19 13:03:16 EDT 2009
Nice work, I like it.
Even with the limited temp text attributes could you add bold and
At the moment it does not work well with anticipatory-symbol-
completion. Is there I method that I would have to call when inserting
a completion to trigger colorization?
On Oct 17, 2009, at 4:46 PM, Glen Foy wrote:
> Contrib: syntax-styling
> This is an abbreviated version of a Fred syntax-styling utility.
> Hemlock currently uses temporary text attributes, so styling is
> limited to color, and underlining. I've added capitalization. You
> can't mix fonts, font sizes, and font styles the way you could with
> There's no preference dialog and only one built-in style. To
> develop your own style, hack the parameters at the top of syntax-
> You'll need a newer Mac to use this. Cocoa-Hemlock is shaping up to
> be a very capable Lisp editor, but it is just not as fast as old
> Fred. This runs okay on a Core 2 Duo Mac Mini, 2.0 GHz, 4 GB.
> If we get full font support with persistent text attributes, I'll
> see if it's possible to port the complete Fred utility, which does
> more styling than any reasonable human being would ever want. This
> utility does a pretty decent job, though. Maybe if I add a
> preference dialog, this will be sufficient. This is beta.
> To give it a try:
> cd ccl/contrib/
> svn update
> (require :syntax-styling)
> <Pasted Graphic 1.tiff>
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Prof. Alexander Repenning
University of Colorado
Computer Science Department
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