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1. The Programming Modes Package

This Info file contains the manual for the Programming Modes package.

The node name for each entry in the menu is the name of the elisp file containing the code that implements the functionality described. It is highly recommended that you briefly peruse the elisp source code since it can provide valuable information on usage and technique. This can easily be done by typing C-x 4 l <filename> RET where <filename> is the name of the elisp file to be loaded.

In many cases, the customize command can be used to customize a package's options. For those packages that support customize, the appropriate command is given. Otherwise, peruse the code as described above to learn how to set the package's options.

When you have entered a mode, you may get more info on the capabilities of that mode by pressing C-h m. You may also get online help describing functions provided by the mode by pressing C-h f <function name>.

2. Copying  
3. Editing Assembler Code  
4. Editing Autoconf Input Files  
5. Editing AWK Code  
6. Enhanced Lisp-Indent Mode  
7. Light CVS Support  
8. Viewing and Editing Context Diffs  
9. Editing Eiffel Code  
10. Editing Icon Code  
11. Editing JavaScript Code  
12. Editing Shell Script (sh, ksh, bash) Code  
13. Editing Lua Code  
14. Editing m4 Code  
15. Editing Makefiles  
16. Compiling Files According to Major-Mode  
17. Editing Modula-2 Code  
18. Editing C Code  
19. Integration with Perforce Version Control  
20. Editing Pascal Code  
21. Editing PHP Code  
22. Editing PostScript Programs  
23. Editing and Running Prolog Code  
24. Editing REXX Code  
25. Editing RPM Spec Files  
26. Editing SIMULA 87 Code  
27. Specialized Mode for SQL Interpreters  
28. Editing Tcl Code  
29. Teco Interpreter  
30. Editing Motif UIL Code  
31. Editing Verilog HDL Source  
32. Editing VRML (.wrl) Files  
33. XEmacs License  

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