CC Mode Changes for CC Mode 5.15

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Version History

Changes for 5.33
Changes for 5.32
Changes for 5.31
Changes for 5.30
Changes for 5.29
Changes for 5.28
Changes for 5.27
Changes for 5.26
Changes for 5.25
Changes for 5.24
Changes for 5.21
Changes for 5.20
Changes for 5.19
Changes for 5.18
Changes for 5.17
Changes for 5.16
Changes for 5.15
Changes for 5.14
Changes from v4 to v5
                                   

Here are a list of user visible changes with version 5.15. See also the list of user visible changes for version 5.14.

  • A new syntactic symbol: template-args-cont, used in C++ template declarations where the argument list spans multiple lines.

  • In "java" style, c-hanging-comment-starter-p defaults to nil to preserve Javadoc starter lines.

  • Line oriented comments (i.e. C++ style comments) are now recognized by default in all modes, including C mode (as per the ANSI 9X C draft standard). Thus the function c-enable-//-in-c-mode has been removed.

  • Auto-filling of comments has been improved.

    CC Mode will now properly auto-fill both line and block oriented comments, and allows you to choose the leader string on block oriented continued comments, via the variable c-comment-continuation-stars. See the CC Mode manual for details.

  • c-electric-slash is electric in all modes.

  • The need for c-mode-19.el is automatically detected now.

    You do not need to load or require it in your .emacs file.


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