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Fw: New Emacs awk-mode

Alan Mackenzie wrote:
> A new version of Emacs's CC Mode was released this afternoon.  It has
> support for AWK integrated into it, rendering the older awk-mode.el
> obsolete.
> This new awk-mode indents code correctly (without needing to terminate
> each line with a semicolon).  It's font locking (i.e. syntax
> highlighting) has been improved.
> You will need a young (or middle-aged) version of (X)Emacs to use the
> new AWK Mode, namely GNU Emacs 20.1 (or newer) or XEmacs 21.4 (or
> newer).
> CC-Mode-5.30 is available as a tarball from
> <>.
> _PLEASE_ read the file README on how to get the new awk-mode properly
> installed in place of the old awk-mode.el.
> CC Mode 5-30 is a pretty snazzy way to edit C, C++, Java, .... as
> well. :-)
> Bug reports, feature requests, and so on, are best sent to the CC Mode
> mailing list at <>, but things said on this
> newsgroup will get noticed too.
> Enjoy!
> --
> Alan Mackenzie (Munich, Germany)
> Email: aacm@muuc.dee; to decode, wherever there is a repeated letter
> (like "aa"), remove half of them (leaving, say, "a").

This may interest some of you.  Alan posted it in comp.lang.awk

Peter S Tillier
"Who needs perl when you can write dc, sokoban,
arkanoid and an unlambda interpreter in sed?"

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