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At 09:17 AM 28/01/02 +0100, Nicolas LEHUEN wrote:
>Regarding auto-completion, on this screen-shot :
>We can see that when typing '</', a list of tags to be closed is proposed.
>This is not required. At any moment, in an XML document, there is only one
>tag to be closed, the last opened one.
I have an xml-mode for emacs that I wrote way before xml
happened, it used to be called structext-mode. It's not
nearly as clever as PSGML and runs on regexes so can be
fooled, but it has two things that are totally addictive:
- type / and it puts in the right end-tag
- type C-C / and it puts in the right start-tag (assuming you're
in a repeating pattern)