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Re: thanks for eval-after-load but...

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: thanks for eval-after-load but...
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 09:40:32 -0700
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Glenn Morris wrote:

Joe Corneli wrote:

After running this

(eval-after-load "sh-script" '(put 'sh-maybe-here-document 'disabled t))

and opening a bash script with this in it

grep "<<$SF>>" $HOME/.todo/$TODOLIST > $HOME/p

`ade=$?' and following text is still in sh-heredoc-face

So I guessed wrong, and disabling that command is not enough.

From the section of the emacs manual "Disabling commands":

    Disabling a command has no effect on calling it as a function
    from Lisp programs.

That is, it only affects interative use via M-x.

The incorrect identification of the line you quote as a heredoc is
fixed in the CVS version of emacs.

So does this work in the meantime?

(eval-after-load "sh-script"
  '(defalias (quote sh-maybe-here-document) (quote ignore)))

Kevin Rodgers

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