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Tonight: Sphinx

Tonight: Sphinx

From:
Ron DuPlain
Date:
2010-11-17 @ 21:01
Hi all,

Tonight at the Python user group we're discussing Sphinx, the
documentation tool not the search tool, though it does provide search
"for free".

Tonight: Wednesday Nov 17, 2010
6:00-8:00pm
OpenSpace, 455 Second Street SE, Suite 100 Charlottesville, VA 22902

Topic: Spinx. An amazing documentation tool for compiling camera-ready
docs in html, pdf, and epub from a concise set of restructured text
documents and Python docstrings. See http://sphinx.pocoo.org/. One
notable example of Sphinx output: http://docs.python.org/

Sphinx is an interesting doc tool whether you use Python or not.

http://pycho.us

-Ron

emacs color for String

From:
Jamie Orchard-Hays
Date:
2010-11-22 @ 21:04
I've done this several times and can never find the customization when I 
want it. I want to change the String color for Clojure code. Can't find 
the option to set. 

Re: [cville] emacs color for String

From:
Ron DuPlain
Date:
2010-11-22 @ 21:27
On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 4:04 PM, Jamie Orchard-Hays <jamieorc@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've done this several times and can never find the customization when I
want it. I want to change the String color for Clojure code. Can't find 
the option to set.
>

I don't know Clojure mode specifics, but you can customize
font-lock-string-face which Clojure mode uses:

M-x customize-face
Customize face (default all faces): font-lock-string-face

Then look for Foreground.  You can look at *Completions* for possible
values.  I'm not sure if you use the customize menu often -- note
you'll have to save your changes for the current session or for future
sessions (which edits your .emacs).

If you are looking for mode-specific edits, you should be able to take
the output .emacs snippet from customize and put it into a mode hook.
Failing that, this process should provide you with the right tips on
what to try/search next.

-Ron

Re: [cville] emacs color for String

From:
Jamie Orchard-Hays
Date:
2010-11-22 @ 22:05
Thanks, Ron. That's what I was looking for.


On Nov 22, 2010, at 4:27 PM, Ron DuPlain wrote:

> On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 4:04 PM, Jamie Orchard-Hays <jamieorc@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've done this several times and can never find the customization when 
I want it. I want to change the String color for Clojure code. Can't find 
the option to set.
>> 
> 
> I don't know Clojure mode specifics, but you can customize
> font-lock-string-face which Clojure mode uses:
> 
> M-x customize-face
> Customize face (default all faces): font-lock-string-face
> 
> Then look for Foreground.  You can look at *Completions* for possible
> values.  I'm not sure if you use the customize menu often -- note
> you'll have to save your changes for the current session or for future
> sessions (which edits your .emacs).
> 
> If you are looking for mode-specific edits, you should be able to take
> the output .emacs snippet from customize and put it into a mode hook.
> Failing that, this process should provide you with the right tips on
> what to try/search next.
> 
> -Ron