Performance Issues Top Getting the latest CC Mode release
c-mode-common-hook(see the sample `
.emacs' file Sample .emacs File):
(define-key c-mode-base-map "\C-m" 'newline-and-indent)
This is a very common question. If you want this to be the default
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Q. I put
(c-set-offset 'substatement-open 0) in my `
.emacs' file but I get an error saying that
c-set-offset's function definition is void.
A. This means that CC Mode wasn't loaded into your
Emacs session by the time the
c-set-offset call was reached,
mostly likely because CC Mode is being autoloaded. Instead
of putting the
c-set-offset line in your top-level
.emacs' file, put it in your
simply add the following to the top of your `
See the sample `
.emacs' file Sample .emacs File for
Q. How do I make strings, comments, keywords, and other constructs appear in different colors, or in bold face, etc.?
A. ``Syntax Colorization'' is a standard Emacs feature,
font-lock-mode. It is not part of CC Mode.
Q. M-a and M-e used to move over entire balanced brace lists, but now they move into blocks. How do I get the old behavior back?
A. Use C-M-f and C-M-b to move over balanced brace blocks. Use M-a and M-e to move by statements, which will move into blocks.