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Re: cperl-mode "fatigue"

From: Da Witch
Subject: Re: cperl-mode "fatigue"
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 13:31:37 +0000 (UTC)
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In <> Klaus Zeitler 
<> writes:

>>>>>> "Da" == Da Witch <> writes:
>    Da> 
>    Da> I've noticed that sometimes, especially after I have been editing a
>    Da> buffer for a long time, or if I try to use "qw( ... )", cperl-mode
>    Da> begins to show signs of "fatigue" (for lack of a better word).  For
>    Da> example, syntax-based highlighting stops, and everything I type
>    Da> appears in the default foreground text color; or else everything
>    Da> appears in the color reserved for quoted strings.
>    Da> 
>I had this problem every once in a while with all emacs 20 versions, but
>haven't observed it anymore since I switched to emacs 21. I always thought
>that this is a font-lock problem. From emacs 21.1 on I've used jit-lock
>(instead of fast-lock) as font-lock support mode.

Thanks (and to Matt too).  Nothing comes up when I type jit-lock into
Apropos, but I am using v20.7.2.  Does jit-lock come standard with
v21.1?  If not, where can I get it?



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