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From: Brian Skahan <bskahan@e...>
Subject: Re: mixing different languages (was: RE: [Caml-list] dynamic HTML pages)
* Fred Yankowski <fred@ontosys.com> [030409 13:05]:
> On Tue, Apr 08, 2003 at 02:28:50PM +0200, David Monniaux wrote:
> > Are there any text editors that are aware of such mixed programs?
> 
> Emacs has an available MMM package -- Multiple Major Modes -- that
> applies different modes to different sections of any given file based
> on patterns that define the different language regions.  It works
> fairly well with, for example, PHP code embedded in HTML, presenting
> the PHP code with php-mode and the HTML code with an html mode, using
> the font-coloring and other mode-specific view and behavior specific
> to each mode in the particular regions.

Vim has a similar feature, though I don't think its implemented for ocaml at
the moment.  It works for mixed php/html, python(psp)/html, and jsp/html.
Porting the jsp syntax file to psp was trivial, so I expect getting ocaml to
work would not be difficult.

Regards,
Brian

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