[ESS] ESS and font-lock support.

gerald.jean at dgag.ca gerald.jean at dgag.ca
Fri Dec 17 17:28:24 CET 2010

Hello Rich,

thanks a lot for your comments, I had not looked at "ess-font-lock.el"
close enough to notice de different font locking functions.  I just copied
one of those functions to my .emacs file, renamed it and adjusted to colors
of my liking.  I'll play around a little bit with them to see what I do

Thanks again,

Gérald Jean
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ess-help-bounces at stat.math.ethz.ch a écrit sur 2010/12/17 10:44:24 :

> Gérald Jean
> On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 9:51 AM, Rodney Sparapani <rsparapa at mcw.edu>
> > On 12/17/10 07:42 AM, gerald.jean at dgag.ca wrote:
> > SNIP
> >
> >
> > (require 'ess-site)
> >> (require 'ess-font-lock)
> >> (ess-font-lock-db)  ;;  This single function caused the problem.
> >
> >
> ess-font-lock-db is one of a series of color schemes.  I wrote several
> placed
> them in ess-font-lock.el .  I recommend
> that you write your own ess-font-lock-gj, based on the functions in
> ess-font-lock.el, and use that in your .emacs instead of the
> ess-font-lock-db.  I would be happy to add your
> function as an additional option
> to ess-font-lock.el, just like I added David's some time ago.  As you can
> guess from the
> comments in the file, I normally use ess-font-lock-rmh.  If I have more
> one open
> emacs instance (for example as administrator in one of them), then I
> use another
> one so I can visually distinguish them.
> Rich
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