[Openmcl-devel] keyword color

Joakim Sandgren info at joakimsandgren.com
Fri Nov 3 00:06:20 UTC 2017


Thanks I’ll do that. The strange thing is that it did work, some versions ago. But I don’t remember which version or when it stopped working. And as you say it do seems like the keywords never get to computer-coloring-... did someone change the code?? I’ll file a bug report...
J

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> Le 2 nov. 2017 à 22:10, Shannon Spires <svs at bearlanding.com> a écrit :
> 
> Best I can tell, this is a bug. Looks like #’hemlock::compute-symbol-coloring-in-region never even sees keywords. Please file a bug report.
> -SS
> 
>> On Aug 26, 2017, at 8:16 AM, Joakim Sandgren <info at joakimsandgren.com> wrote:
>> 
>> hello all,
>> I’m in the version 1.12-dev-r16812M-trunk  (DarwinX8664)
>> and are using the colde colors hemlock::*lisp-code-colors*.
>> 
>> I always put this in ccl-ide-init.lisp:
>> 
>> (setf hemlock::*lisp-code-colors* 
>>     '((:string (.4 .4 .4 1))
>>       (:comment :brown)
>>       (:double-comment (.9 .4 .1)) ;;:orange
>>       (:triple-comment :red)
>>       (:system-symbol (0 .5 0 1))
>>       (:definition (0 0 .7 1) ) ;1 0 1 1
>>       (:keyword  :purple)
>>       (:unmatched-paren :red)
>>       (:matched-paren (:background (0.3 0.875 0.8125 1)))))
>> 
>> and if I change here, the colors changes. so this works.
>> but not the keyword color.
>> 
>> if I comment out this I have the default colors, but still not the keyword color…
>> 
>> why? can somebody help me ?
>> 
>> sincerely,
>> joakim
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