: Learning GNU Emacs, 3rd Edition

TableA-6.Programming

TableA-6.Programming

TableA-6.Programming (Chapter 9)

Variable Default Description
compile-command "make -k" Default compilation command to use when compiling files via Emacs language modes. For example, to set ant as the default compilation tool, set this to "ant -emacs".
compilation-error-regexp-alist (very long regular expression) Regular expression designed to match error messages from all the compilers supported by Emacs.
comment-column 32 The column at which Emacs should insert comments. If code reaches this column, inserts comment one space beyond code.
comment-multi-line nil If t, continue comment on the next line. If nil, start a new comment on the next line.
c-style-alist (see Chapter 9) The code indentation style to use. Many are available; see Chapter 9.
debug-on-error nil If non-nil, emacs will go into debug mode when an error occurs in evaluating Lisp code. This can be handy when you're trying out a new function, but you probably want to read the debugger's help first to learn your way around.
c-macro-preprocessor "/lib/cpp -C" Defines which command is used to invoke C preprocessor when you type C-c C-e.
stack-trace-on-error nil If non-nil, Emacs displays a stack trace when an error occurs in evaluating Lisp code. This is useful in similar situations as debug-on-error and might give you enough information without having to learn the debugger interface.


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