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Skeleton is very powerful special-purpose mini-language implemented in
EmacsLisp. The definition of a skeleton looks like a mixture of an EmacsLisp
Implementations. electric-pair-mode; autopair.el. How does this work? Using with
paredit-mode; Extending with auto-pairs+.el. smartparens.el; SkeletonMode.
Apr 9, 2009 ... Tempo is like SkeletonMode - no documentation other than what is in the source
code or what you can find in other pieces of source code that ...
Both are rather simple and offer the insertion of tags based on a list of tag names
and appropriate skeletons (see SkeletonMode). The original html-mode.el was ...
... though template.el is geared towards creating initial file content: unlike
TempoMode or SkeletonMode, template.el is not intended for inserting code
Apr 30, 2011 ... SkeletonMode – Bundled with Emacs 22 with full doc. See (info "(autotype)Top");
expand.el – comes with Emacs; seems like a super-charged ...
Jan 18, 2008 ... But SkeletonMode can make more useful templates. When skeleton is large you
may want to enhance speed of movements within just inserted ...
Jul 4, 2009 ... Daniel Pfeiffer is the author or contributor to various modes and libraries that
come with Emacs. ConfMode? ShMode · SkeletonMode ...
... "<p>Redirecting to\n" "<a href=\"" str "\">" v1 "</a>.\n" "…</p>\n" "</body>\
n" "</html>"). For more information on defining a skeleton, see SkeletonMode.
Starting a new Emacs Lisp file with 'M-x auto-insert' will use SkeletonMode to
give the standard format for your source code. Enabling the global minor mode ...
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