Fedora :: XEmacs Syntax Highlighting Does Not Work

Mar 30, 2011

I have installed FEDORA 14 in my machine. I am not able to have the syntax highlighting in the xemacs. I tried a file.f90 for a FORTRAN 90 program . I tried to flag the syntax highlighting in this buffer without success.
rpm -q xemacs

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Debian :: Can't Get Work Terminal Syntax Highlighting

May 6, 2010

I can't get work terminal syntax highlighting for other users then root.To get the same result I've created /home/user/.bashrc and added the above options.I've also tried to override LS_OPTIONS in system-wide: /etc/bash.bashrc.In all cases is the highlighting working only for root.

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Nov 9, 2010

I've been battling with this weird problem for a while now and since I can't seem to find a decent answer I'm hoping one of you guys can steer me in the right direction. The problem is simple... syntax highlighting is not working consistently on ".rb" files.

My user name on my Ubuntu 10.04 LTS is jean-marc. So if I do
touch /home/jean-marc/testing.rb
and then
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The file comes up as "Plain Text"

If I copy the file into /tmp/ and do gedit /tmp/testing.rb
the file comes up as "Ruby"
If I do
gedit /home/jean-marc/afile.rb
and the file does not exists the file comes up as "Ruby"

If I manually set the Syntax Highlight mode on my file gedit seems to remember it. Since most of the files are generated through scripting they all come as "Plain Text" and it's definitely not the best way to edit them. Also, the files, no matter where they are show up as "Ruby script (application/x-ruby)" when showing the attributes through nautilus. Now, before someone tells use, use this software or that software instead of gedit, well I'm happy with the tool and its plugins. I'm efficient with it and I'd rather stick to it.

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On this Red Hat Box that I am using there is no .vimrc file for the user root. So, I created one and entered only one line to highlight syntax with colors when I am writing scripts in PHP and Bash. But it is not working.

[root@localhost ~]# cat ~/.vimrc
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I'm using a dark theme (Obsidian Coast) which is making things a pain to read using the default LaTeX syntax highlighting and color schema of Kate. I can edit the schema just fine, but that does not affect the colors of certain highlighting features, such as the color of expressions which fill in the ellipses of "section{...}", which turn out black or "egin{...}" which turn out dark blue.

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Jul 27, 2011

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Jun 17, 2010

I've been looking though different editors for one that has good printing support. Ideally it should be able to print C++ code with line numbers, syntax highlighting, multiple columns per page, customizable fonts and sizes and a print preview feature so that I can make sure it looks right before sending it to the printer. It appears that notepad++ had at least some of these features, but it is not available on linux. The best I could do so far is to copy/paste the output of 'cat -n foo.cpp' into oowriter and format it into two colums. I don't get synax highlighting though and I have to manually replace tabs with a few spaces as well as some excessive leading spaces before the line numbering.

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Feb 2, 2010

I am attempting to install Xemacs-21.4.22 on Centos 5.4 and get the following error message when I attempt to... make install

xlwmenu.c:39:28: error: X11/bitmaps/gray: No such file or directory
xlwmenu.c: In function 'XlwMenuInitialize':
xlwmenu.c:3015: error: 'gray_bits' undeclared (first use in this function)
xlwmenu.c:3015: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
xlwmenu.c:3015: error: for each function it appears in.)
xlwmenu.c:3016: error: 'gray_width' undeclared (first use in this function)
xlwmenu.c:3016: error: 'gray_height' undeclared (first use in this function)
make[1]: *** [xlwmenu.o] Error 1

I understand that there are some X11 bitmaps not included in Centos 5.4 however I have no idea how to install them.

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Mar 7, 2011

When ever i open vim, i get the error that the following error: E484: Can't open file/abcd/configFiles/vim/syntax/syntax.vim There was a .vimrc file in my home folder that i have removed.

Still i keep getting the same error. Presently in my home folder there is no .gvimrc or .vimrc file.

But still i keep getting the same error. I am not too sure where this file is mentioned.

Background info: The SHELL has been changed from tcsh to bash Earlier i had created a .vimrc file in tcsh, i have removed the .vimrc in bash SHELL.

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When I open a new buffer in XEmacs it places the tab all the way to the left of the toolbar, pushing all the other tabs one space to the right. How can I configure it so that it appends the new tab to the right of all the previous tabs without shifting the previously opened tabs over one.

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Jul 21, 2010

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Nov 22, 2010

I was experimenting with Emacs and Xemacs - trying to chose between them. Finally I've re-installed Xemacs and find that keyboard in Xemacs don't operate.
I'm using openSuSE 11.3
Emacs 23.1.1
Xemacs 21.59....
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May 25, 2011

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Mar 11, 2010

When I am adding removing packages to get more hard drive space, this is not the first time I left too many pages open and it crashes on me. My son would fix it by typing in the terminal sudo something, but I want to know how to do this. The only thing not working is the add/remove packages at the moment. Here is what it said, E:dpkg was interrupted you must manually run 'dpkg--configure -a' to correct the problem E: _cache-open()failed please report. Please, could someone tell me how to get the default back or whatever. When I type in the terminal, it refused my password until I tried several times, plus, it finally says in the terminal No such command. Bash. No such command. I am hoping this question is one you do recognize the answer for.

I tried using Yum to remove the package. Like this:

To remove or uninstall a package:


yum -y remove ,package name>

Terminal goes: Bash syntax error near unexpected token `newline'

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Apr 20, 2011

I am a Novell (now defunct) CNE tring to learn Linux and am having a lot of trouble finding out where the WB 6-6 is wrong in the syntax for adding local4... the the syslog-ng config file. In the instructions there are discrepancies between commas and simi-comma, they are both in the statements in no particular order. there is no pattern to them. Here is what the book shows:

filter f_local4debug { level(debug) and facility(local4); };

When I try to input this in the Gnome terminal window to try and find out where it goes wrong I get the following: -bash: syntax error near unexpected token "(" If I can get the correct syntax I belive I can use the info to get past the rest of this portion of the lesson. I am desperate to learn Linux as the only jobs out there for a Novell CNE are migrations to MS, which really sucks, since MS really really sucks.

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Apr 3, 2011

In Windows Server 2008, I can configure a static IP address with the following syntax:Code:
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May 12, 2011

I have OpenSuse 11.4 with KDE 4.6.2 in my laptop. The version of Kile I am using is 2.0.86. I would like to change the bracket highlight color from Black to Yellow (In previous version of Kile it was yellow). I have found no option to change the bracket highlight color in settings -> configure kile. The documentation says that it is possible but does not mention how. Can anyone help me in this regard ?

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Mar 31, 2011

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Dec 14, 2010

I've noticed that when running an mtr (my traceroute) that sometimes some of the hops would light up. It will flash for about half a second then return back to its normal colour.I've search the net, but have not yet found an explanation as to what it means.

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Dec 19, 2009

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Nov 9, 2010

When I highlight a line in an Open Office doc, I can't find a way to UN-highlight it. Am I missing something obvious

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Mar 30, 2010

I use F12 and I need help with correct syntax to specify range of IP address in hosts.allow or hosts.deny or in /etc/exports file eg. to

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Sep 15, 2010

I was learning to write a make file, I could understand most part of it of course with few exception I dint understand what does the below commands make(red font). I would like to understand what those syntax represent rather than mugging up without knowing what it means.

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