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- To: MOON at MIT-MC
- From: Kent M. Pitman <KMP at MIT-MC>
- Date: Mon ,26 Jan 81 00:14:00 EDT
- Cc: LISP-FORUM at MIT-MC
Certainly Emacs is no problem. M-X Lisp Mode can be trivially made to look
at the information in the -*-...-*- region and set q..D appropriately.
We may be able to coax Maclisp to win, too; we'll see.
Might I suggest that Syntax: take a list instead of a symbol? Eg,
-*- Mode: Lisp; Syntax: (Slash MyOption1 ...); -*-
or maybe even an alist of features and values as in
-*- Mode: Lisp; Syntax: ((Slash . nil) (MyOption1 . T) ...); -*-
if you don't already have something like this in the works?