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;;; font-lock.el --- decorating source files with fonts/colors based on syntax

;; Copyright (C) 1992-1995, 1997 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Copyright (C) 1995 Amdahl Corporation.
;; Copyright (C) 1996, 2000, 2001 Ben Wing.

;; Author: Jamie Zawinski <jwz@jwz.org>, for the LISPM Preservation Society.
;; Minimally merged with FSF 19.34 by Barry Warsaw <bwarsaw@python.org>
;; Then (partially) synched with FSF 19.30, leading to:
;; Next Author: RMS
;; Next Author: Simon Marshall <simon@gnu.ai.mit.edu>
;; Latest XEmacs Author: Ben Wing
;; Maintainer: XEmacs Development Team
;; Keywords: languages, faces

;; This file is part of XEmacs.

;; XEmacs is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
;; under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
;; any later version.

;; XEmacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
;; WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
;; General Public License for more details.

;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with XEmacs; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the 
;; Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
;; Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.

;;; Synched up with: FSF 19.30 except for the code to initialize the faces.

;;; Commentary:

;; Font-lock-mode is a minor mode that causes your comments to be
;; displayed in one face, strings in another, reserved words in another,
;; documentation strings in another, and so on.
;;
;; Comments will be displayed in `font-lock-comment-face'.
;; Strings will be displayed in `font-lock-string-face'.
;; Doc strings will be displayed in `font-lock-doc-string-face'.
;; Function and variable names (in their defining forms) will be
;;  displayed in `font-lock-function-name-face'.
;; Reserved words will be displayed in `font-lock-keyword-face'.
;;
;; Don't let the name fool you: you can highlight things using different
;; colors or background stipples instead of fonts, though that is not the
;; default.  See the variables `font-lock-use-colors' and
;; `font-lock-use-fonts' for broad control over this, or see the
;; documentation on faces and how to change their attributes for
;; fine-grained control.
;;
;; To make the text you type be fontified, use M-x font-lock-mode.  When
;; this minor mode is on, the fonts of the current line will be updated
;; with every insertion or deletion.
;;
;; By default, font-lock will automatically put newly loaded files
;; into font-lock-mode if it knows about the file's mode.  See the
;; variables `font-lock-auto-fontify', `font-lock-mode-enable-list',
;; and `font-lock-mode-disable-list' for control over this.
;;
;; The `font-lock-keywords' variable defines other patterns to highlight.
;; The default font-lock-mode-hook sets it to the value of the variables
;; lisp-font-lock-keywords, c-font-lock-keywords, etc, as appropriate.
;; The easiest way to change the highlighting patterns is to change the
;; values of c-font-lock-keywords and related variables.  See the doc
;; string of the variable `font-lock-keywords' for the appropriate syntax.
;;
;; The default value for `lisp-font-lock-keywords' is the value of the variable
;; `lisp-font-lock-keywords-1'.  You may like `lisp-font-lock-keywords-2' 
;; better; it highlights many more words, but is slower and makes your buffers
;; be very visually noisy.
;;
;; The same is true of `c-font-lock-keywords-1' and `c-font-lock-keywords-2';
;; the former is subdued, the latter is loud.
;;
;; You can make font-lock default to the gaudier variety of keyword
;; highlighting by setting the variable `font-lock-maximum-decoration'
;; before loading font-lock, or by calling the functions
;; `font-lock-use-default-maximal-decoration' or
;; `font-lock-use-default-minimal-decoration'.
;;
;; On a Sparc10, the initial fontification takes about 6 seconds for a typical
;; 140k file of C code, using the default configuration.  The actual speed
;; depends heavily on the type of code in the file, and how many non-syntactic
;; patterns match; for example, Xlib.h takes 23 seconds for 101k, because many
;; patterns match in it.  You can speed this up substantially by removing some
;; of the patterns that are highlighted by default.  Fontifying lisp code is
;; significantly faster, because lisp has a more regular syntax than C, so the
;; regular expressions don't have to be as complicated.
;;
;; It's called font-lock-mode here because on the Lispms it was called
;; "Electric Font Lock Mode."  It was called that because there was an older
;; mode called "Electric Caps Lock Mode" which had the function of causing all
;; of your source code to be in upper case except for strings and comments,
;; without you having to blip the caps lock key by hand all the time (thus the
;; "electric", as in `electric-c-brace'.)

;; See also the related packages `fast-lock' and `lazy-lock'.  Both
;; attempt to speed up the initial fontification.  `fast-lock' saves
;; the fontification info when you exit Emacs and reloads it next time
;; you load the file, so that the file doesn't have to be fontified
;; again.  `lazy-lock' does "lazy" fontification -- i.e. it only
;; fontifies the text as it becomes visible rather than fontifying
;; the whole file when it's first loaded in.

;; Further comments from the FSF:

;; Nasty regexps of the form "bar\\(\\|lo\\)\\|f\\(oo\\|u\\(\\|bar\\)\\)\\|lo"
;; are made thusly: (regexp-opt '("foo" "fu" "fubar" "bar" "barlo" "lo")) for
;; efficiency.

;; What is fontification for?  You might say, "It's to make my code look nice."
;; I think it should be for adding information in the form of cues.  These cues
;; should provide you with enough information to both (a) distinguish between
;; different items, and (b) identify the item meanings, without having to read
;; the items and think about it.  Therefore, fontification allows you to think
;; less about, say, the structure of code, and more about, say, why the code
;; doesn't work.  Or maybe it allows you to think less and drift off to sleep.
;;
;; So, here are my opinions/advice/guidelines:
;; 
;; - Use the same face for the same conceptual object, across all modes.
;;   i.e., (b) above, all modes that have items that can be thought of as, say,
;;   keywords, should be highlighted with the same face, etc.
;; - Keep the faces distinct from each other as far as possible.
;;   i.e., (a) above.
;; - Make the face attributes fit the concept as far as possible.
;;   i.e., function names might be a bold color such as blue, comments might
;;   be a bright color such as red, character strings might be brown, because,
;;   err, strings are brown (that was not the reason, please believe me).
;; - Don't use a non-nil OVERRIDE unless you have a good reason.
;;   Only use OVERRIDE for special things that are easy to define, such as the
;;   way `...' quotes are treated in strings and comments in Emacs Lisp mode.
;;   Don't use it to, say, highlight keywords in commented out code or strings.
;; - Err, that's it.


;;; Code:

(require 'fontl-hooks)

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;      user variables       ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

(defgroup font-lock nil
  "Decorate source files with fonts/colors based on syntax.
Font-lock-mode is a minor mode that causes your comments to be
displayed in one face, strings in another, reserved words in another,
documentation strings in another, and so on.

Comments will be displayed in `font-lock-comment-face'.
Strings will be displayed in `font-lock-string-face'.
Doc strings will be displayed in `font-lock-doc-string-face'.
Function and variable names (in their defining forms) will be displayed
 in `font-lock-function-name-face'.
Reserved words will be displayed in `font-lock-keyword-face'.
Preprocessor conditionals will be displayed in `font-lock-preprocessor-face'."
  :group 'languages)

(defgroup font-lock-faces nil
  "Faces used by the font-lock package."
  :group 'font-lock
  :group 'faces)


(defcustom font-lock-verbose t
  "*If non-nil, means show status messages when fontifying.
See also `font-lock-message-threshold'."
  :type 'boolean
  :group 'font-lock)

(defcustom font-lock-message-threshold 6000
  "*Minimum size of region being fontified for status messages to appear.

The size is measured in characters.  This affects `font-lock-fontify-region'
but not `font-lock-fontify-buffer'. (In other words, when you first visit
a file and it gets fontified, you will see status messages no matter what
size the file is.  However, if you do something else like paste a
chunk of text, you will see status messages only if the changed region is
large enough.)

Note that setting `font-lock-verbose' to nil disables the status
messages entirely."
  :type 'integer
  :group 'font-lock)

;;;###autoload
(defcustom font-lock-auto-fontify t
  "*Whether font-lock should automatically fontify files as they're loaded.
This will only happen if font-lock has fontifying keywords for the major
mode of the file.  You can get finer-grained control over auto-fontification
by using this variable in combination with `font-lock-mode-enable-list' or
`font-lock-mode-disable-list'."
  :type 'boolean
  :group 'font-lock)

;;;###autoload
(defcustom font-lock-mode-enable-list nil
  "*List of modes to auto-fontify, if `font-lock-auto-fontify' is nil."
  :type '(repeat (symbol :tag "Mode"))
  :group 'font-lock)

;;;###autoload
(defcustom font-lock-mode-disable-list nil
  "*List of modes not to auto-fontify, if `font-lock-auto-fontify' is t."
  :type '(repeat (symbol :tag "Mode"))
  :group 'font-lock)

;;;###autoload
(defcustom font-lock-use-colors '(color)
  "*Specification for when Font Lock will set up color defaults.
Normally this should be '(color), meaning that Font Lock will set up
color defaults that are only used on color displays.  Set this to nil
if you don't want Font Lock to set up color defaults at all.  This
should be one of

-- a list of valid tags, meaning that the color defaults will be used
   when all of the tags apply. (e.g. '(color x))
-- a list whose first element is 'or and whose remaining elements are
   lists of valid tags, meaning that the defaults will be used when
   any of the tag lists apply.
-- nil, meaning that the defaults should not be set up at all.

\(If you specify face values in your init file, they will override any
that Font Lock specifies, regardless of whether you specify the face
values before or after loading Font Lock.)

See also `font-lock-use-fonts'.  If you want more control over the faces
used for fontification, see the documentation of `font-lock-mode' for
how to do it."
  ;; Hard to do right.
  :type 'sexp
  :group 'font-lock)

;;;###autoload
(defcustom font-lock-use-fonts '(or (mono) (grayscale))
  "*Specification for when Font Lock will set up non-color defaults.

Normally this should be '(or (mono) (grayscale)), meaning that Font
Lock will set up non-color defaults that are only used on either mono
or grayscale displays.  Set this to nil if you don't want Font Lock to
set up non-color defaults at all.  This should be one of

-- a list of valid tags, meaning that the non-color defaults will be used
   when all of the tags apply. (e.g. '(grayscale x))
-- a list whose first element is 'or and whose remaining elements are
   lists of valid tags, meaning that the defaults will be used when
   any of the tag lists apply.
-- nil, meaning that the defaults should not be set up at all.

\(If you specify face values in your init file, they will override any
that Font Lock specifies, regardless of whether you specify the face
values before or after loading Font Lock.)

See also `font-lock-use-colors'.  If you want more control over the faces
used for fontification, see the documentation of `font-lock-mode' for
how to do it."
  :type 'sexp
  :group 'font-lock)

;;;###autoload
(defcustom font-lock-maximum-decoration t
  "*If non-nil, the maximum decoration level for fontifying.
If nil, use the minimum decoration (equivalent to level 0).
If t, use the maximum decoration available.
If a number, use that level of decoration (or if not available the maximum).
If a list, each element should be a cons pair of the form (MAJOR-MODE . LEVEL),
where MAJOR-MODE is a symbol or t (meaning the default).  For example:
 ((c++-mode . 2) (c-mode . t) (t . 1))
means use level 2 decoration for buffers in `c++-mode', the maximum decoration
available for buffers in `c-mode', and level 1 decoration otherwise."
  :type '(choice (const :tag "default" nil)
		 (const :tag "maximum" t)
		 (integer :tag "level" 1)
		 (repeat :menu-tag "mode specific" :tag "mode specific"
			 :value ((t . t))
			 (cons :tag "Instance"
			       (radio :tag "Mode"
				      (const :tag "all" t)
				      (symbol :tag "name"))
			       (radio :tag "Decoration"
				      (const :tag "default" nil)
				      (const :tag "maximum" t)
				      (integer :tag "level" 1)))))
  :group 'font-lock)

;;;###autoload
(define-obsolete-variable-alias 'font-lock-use-maximal-decoration
  'font-lock-maximum-decoration)

;;;###autoload
(defcustom font-lock-maximum-size (* 250 1024)
  "*If non-nil, the maximum size for buffers for fontifying.
Only buffers less than this can be fontified when Font Lock mode is turned on.
If nil, means size is irrelevant.
If a list, each element should be a cons pair of the form (MAJOR-MODE . SIZE),
where MAJOR-MODE is a symbol or t (meaning the default).  For example:
 ((c++-mode . 256000) (c-mode . 256000) (rmail-mode . 1048576))
means that the maximum size is 250K for buffers in `c++-mode' or `c-mode', one
megabyte for buffers in `rmail-mode', and size is irrelevant otherwise."
  :type '(choice (const :tag "none" nil)
		 (integer :tag "size")
		 (repeat :menu-tag "mode specific" :tag "mode specific"
			 :value ((t . nil))
			 (cons :tag "Instance"
			       (radio :tag "Mode"
				      (const :tag "all" t)
				      (symbol :tag "name"))
			       (radio :tag "Size"
				      (const :tag "none" nil)
				      (integer :tag "size")))))
  :group 'font-lock)

;;;###autoload
(defcustom font-lock-fontify-string-delimiters nil
  "*If non-nil, apply font-lock-string-face to string delimiters as well as
string text when fontifying."
  :type 'boolean
  :group 'font-lock)

;; Fontification variables:

;;;###autoload
(defvar font-lock-keywords nil
  "A list defining the keywords for `font-lock-mode' to highlight.

 FONT-LOCK-KEYWORDS := List of FONT-LOCK-FORM's.

 FONT-LOCK-FORM     :== MATCHER
                      | (MATCHER . MATCH)
                      | (MATCHER . FACE-FORM)
                      | (MATCHER . HIGHLIGHT)
                      | (MATCHER HIGHLIGHT ...)
                      | (eval . FORM)

 MATCHER            :== A string containing a regexp.
                      | A variable containing a regexp to search for.
                      | A function to call to make the search.
                        It is called with one arg, the limit of the search,
                        and should leave MATCH results in the XEmacs global
                        match data.

 MATCH              :== An integer match subexpression number from MATCHER.

 FACE-FORM           :== The symbol naming a defined face.
                      | Expression whos value is the face name to use.  If you
                        want FACE-FORM to be a symbol that evaluates to a face,
                        use a form like \"(progn sym)\".

 HIGHLIGHT          :== MATCH-HIGHLIGHT
                      | MATCH-ANCHORED

 FORM               :== Expression returning a FONT-LOCK-FORM, evaluated when
                        the FONT-LOCK-FORM is first used in a buffer.  This
                        feature can be used to provide a FONT-LOCK-FORM that
                        can only be generated when Font Lock mode is actually
                        turned on.

 MATCH-HIGHLIGHT    :== (MATCH FACE-FORM OVERRIDE LAXMATCH)

 OVERRIDE           :== t        - overwrite existing fontification
                      | 'keep    - only parts not already fontified are
                                   highlighted.
                      | 'prepend - merge faces, this fontification has
                                   precedence over existing
                      | 'append  - merge faces, existing fontification has
                                   precedence over
                                   this face.

 LAXMATCH           :== If non-nil, no error is signalled if there is no MATCH
                        in MATCHER.

 MATCH-ANCHORED     :== (ANCHOR-MATCHER PRE-MATCH-FORM \\
                                          POST-MATCH-FORM MATCH-HIGHLIGHT ...)

 ANCHOR-MATCHER     :== Like a MATCHER, except that the limit of the search
                        defaults to the end of the line after PRE-MATCH-FORM
                        is evaluated.  However, if PRE-MATCH-FORM returns a
                        position greater than the end of the line, that
                        position is used as the limit of the search.  It is
                        generally a bad idea to return a position greater than
                        the end of the line, i.e., cause the ANCHOR-MATCHER
                        search to span lines.

 PRE-MATCH-FORM     :== Evaluated before the ANCHOR-MATCHER is used, therefore
                        can be used to initialize before, ANCHOR-MATCHER is
                        used.  Typically, PRE-MATCH-FORM is used to move to
                        some position relative to the original MATCHER, before
                        starting with the ANCHOR-MATCHER.

 POST-MATCH-FORM    :== Like PRE-MATCH-FORM, but used to clean up after the
                        ANCHOR-MATCHER.  It might be used to move, before
                        resuming with MATCH-ANCHORED's parent's MATCHER.

For example, an element of the first form highlights (if not already highlighted):

  \"\\\\\\=<foo\\\\\\=>\"                    Discrete occurrences of \"foo\" in the value
                                 of the variable `font-lock-keyword-face'.

  (\"fu\\\\(bar\\\\)\" . 1)            Substring \"bar\" within all occurrences of
                                 \"fubar\" in the value of
                                 `font-lock-keyword-face'.

  (\"fubar\" . fubar-face)         Occurrences of \"fubar\" in the value of
                                 `fubar-face'.

  (\"foo\\\\|bar\" 0 foo-bar-face t) Occurrences of either \"foo\" or \"bar\" in the
                                 value of `foo-bar-face', even if already
                                 highlighted.

  (fubar-match 1 fubar-face)     The first subexpression within all
                                 occurrences of whatever the function
                                 `fubar-match' finds and matches in the value
                                 of `fubar-face'.

  (\"\\\\\\=<anchor\\\\\\=>\" (0 anchor-face) (\"\\\\\\=<item\\\\\\=>\" nil nil (0 item-face)))
   -------------- ---------------  ------------ --- --- -------------
       |            |               |            |   |          |
   MATCHER          |         ANCHOR-MATCHER     |   +------+ MATCH-HIGHLIGHT
             MATCH-HIGHLIGHT                 PRE-MATCH-FORM |
                                                           POST-MATCH-FORM

  Discrete occurrences of \"anchor\" in the value of `anchor-face', and
  subsequent discrete occurrences of \"item\" (on the same line) in the value
  of `item-face'.  (Here PRE-MATCH-FORM and POST-MATCH-FORM are nil.
  Therefore \"item\" is initially searched for starting from the end of the
  match of \"anchor\", and searching for subsequent instance of \"anchor\"
  resumes from where searching for \"item\" concluded.)

For highlighting single items, typically only MATCH-HIGHLIGHT is required.
However, if an item or (typically) several items are to be highlighted
following the instance of another item (the anchor) then MATCH-ANCHORED may be
required.

These regular expressions should not match text which spans lines.  While
\\[font-lock-fontify-buffer] handles multi-line patterns correctly, updating when you
edit the buffer does not, since it considers text one line at a time.

Be very careful composing regexps for this list; the wrong pattern can
dramatically slow things down!
")

(defvar font-lock-keywords-alist nil
  "Alist of additional `font-lock-keywords' elements for major modes.

Each element has the form (MODE KEYWORDS . HOW).
`font-lock-set-defaults' adds the elements in the list KEYWORDS to
`font-lock-keywords' when Font Lock is turned on in major mode MODE.

If HOW is nil, KEYWORDS are added at the beginning of
`font-lock-keywords'.  If it is `set', they are used to replace the
value of `font-lock-keywords'.  If HOW is any other non-nil value,
they are added at the end.

This is normally set via `font-lock-add-keywords' and
`font-lock-remove-keywords'.")

(defvar font-lock-removed-keywords-alist nil
  "Alist of `font-lock-keywords' elements to be removed for major modes.

Each element has the form (MODE . KEYWORDS).  `font-lock-set-defaults'
removes the elements in the list KEYWORDS from `font-lock-keywords'
when Font Lock is turned on in major mode MODE.

This is normally set via `font-lock-add-keywords' and
`font-lock-remove-keywords'.")

;;;###autoload
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-keywords)

;;;###autoload
(defvar font-lock-syntactic-keywords nil
  "A list of the syntactic keywords to highlight.
Can be the list or the name of a function or variable whose value is the list.
See `font-lock-keywords' for a description of the form of this list;
the differences are listed below.  MATCH-HIGHLIGHT should be of the form:

 (MATCH SYNTAX OVERRIDE LAXMATCH)

where SYNTAX can be of the form (SYNTAX-CODE . MATCHING-CHAR), the name of a
syntax table, or an expression whose value is such a form or a syntax table.
OVERRIDE cannot be `prepend' or `append'.

For example, an element of the form highlights syntactically:

 (\"\\\\$\\\\(#\\\\)\" 1 (1 . nil))

 a hash character when following a dollar character, with a SYNTAX-CODE of
 1 (meaning punctuation syntax).  Assuming that the buffer syntax table does
 specify hash characters to have comment start syntax, the element will only
 highlight hash characters that do not follow dollar characters as comments
 syntactically.

 (\"\\\\('\\\\).\\\\('\\\\)\"
  (1 (7 . ?'))
  (2 (7 . ?')))

 both single quotes which surround a single character, with a SYNTAX-CODE of
 7 (meaning string quote syntax) and a MATCHING-CHAR of a single quote (meaning
 a single quote matches a single quote).  Assuming that the buffer syntax table
 does not specify single quotes to have quote syntax, the element will only
 highlight single quotes of the form 'c' as strings syntactically.
 Other forms, such as foo'bar or 'fubar', will not be highlighted as strings.

This is normally set via `font-lock-defaults'."
)
;;;###autoload
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-syntactic-keywords)

(defvar font-lock-defaults nil
  "The defaults font Font Lock mode for the current buffer.
Normally, do not set this directly.  If you are writing a major mode,
put a property of `font-lock-defaults' on the major-mode symbol with
the desired value.

It should be a list

\(KEYWORDS KEYWORDS-ONLY CASE-FOLD SYNTAX-ALIST SYNTAX-BEGIN)

KEYWORDS may be a symbol (a variable or function whose value is the keywords
to use for fontification) or a list of symbols.  If KEYWORDS-ONLY is non-nil,
syntactic fontification (strings and comments) is not performed.  If CASE-FOLD
is non-nil, the case of the keywords is ignored when fontifying.  If
SYNTAX-ALIST is non-nil, it should be a list of cons pairs of the form (CHAR
. STRING) used to set the local Font Lock syntax table, for keyword and
syntactic fontification (see `modify-syntax-entry').

If SYNTAX-BEGIN is non-nil, it should be a function with no args used to move
backwards outside any enclosing syntactic block, for syntactic fontification.
Typical values are `beginning-of-line' (i.e., the start of the line is known to
be outside a syntactic block), or `beginning-of-defun' for programming modes or
`backward-paragraph' for textual modes (i.e., the mode-dependent function is
known to move outside a syntactic block).  If nil, the beginning of the buffer
is used as a position outside of a syntactic block, in the worst case.

These item elements are used by Font Lock mode to set the variables
`font-lock-keywords', `font-lock-keywords-only',
`font-lock-keywords-case-fold-search', `font-lock-syntax-table' and
`font-lock-beginning-of-syntax-function', respectively.

Alternatively, if the value is a symbol, it should name a major mode,
and the defaults for that mode will apply.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-defaults)

;; FSF uses `font-lock-defaults-alist' and expects the major mode to
;; set a value for `font-lock-defaults', but I don't like either of
;; these -- requiring the mode to set `font-lock-defaults' makes it
;; impossible to have defaults for a minor mode, and using an alist is
;; generally a bad idea for information that really should be
;; decentralized. (Who knows what strange modes might want
;; font-locking?)

(defvar font-lock-keywords-only nil
  "Non-nil means Font Lock should not do syntactic fontification.
This is normally set via `font-lock-defaults'.

This should be nil for all ``language'' modes, but other modes, like
dired, do not have anything useful in the syntax tables (no comment
or string delimiters, etc) and so there is no need to use them and
this variable should have a value of t.

You should not set this variable directly; its value is computed
from `font-lock-defaults', or (if that does not specify anything)
by examining the syntax table to see whether it appears to contain
anything useful.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-keywords-only)

(defvar font-lock-keywords-case-fold-search nil
  "Whether the strings in `font-lock-keywords' should be case-folded.
This variable is automatically buffer-local, as the correct value depends
on the language in use.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-keywords-case-fold-search)

(defvar font-lock-after-fontify-buffer-hook nil
  "Function or functions to run after completion of font-lock-fontify-buffer.")

(defvar font-lock-syntax-table nil
  "Non-nil means use this syntax table for fontifying.
If this is nil, the major mode's syntax table is used.
This is normally set via `font-lock-defaults'.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-syntax-table)

;; These record the parse state at a particular position, always the start of a
;; line.  Used to make `font-lock-fontify-syntactically-region' faster.
;; Previously, `font-lock-cache-position' was just a buffer position.  However,
;; under certain situations, this occasionally resulted in mis-fontification.
;; I think the "situations" were deletion with Lazy Lock mode's deferral.  sm.
(defvar font-lock-cache-state nil)
(defvar font-lock-cache-position nil)
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-cache-state)
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-cache-position)

;; If this is nil, we only use the beginning of the buffer if we can't use
;; `font-lock-cache-position' and `font-lock-cache-state'.
(defvar font-lock-beginning-of-syntax-function nil
  "Non-nil means use this function to move back outside of a syntactic block.
If this is nil, the beginning of the buffer is used (in the worst case).
This is normally set via `font-lock-defaults'.")
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-beginning-of-syntax-function)

(defvar font-lock-fontify-buffer-function 'font-lock-default-fontify-buffer
  "Function to use for fontifying the buffer.
This is normally set via `font-lock-defaults'.")

(defvar font-lock-unfontify-buffer-function 'font-lock-default-unfontify-buffer
  "Function to use for unfontifying the buffer.
This is used when turning off Font Lock mode.
This is normally set via `font-lock-defaults'.")

(defvar font-lock-fontify-region-function 'font-lock-default-fontify-region
  "Function to use for fontifying a region.
It should take two args, the beginning and end of the region, and an optional
third arg VERBOSE.  If non-nil, the function should print status messages.
This is normally set via `font-lock-defaults'.")

(defvar font-lock-unfontify-region-function 'font-lock-default-unfontify-region
  "Function to use for unfontifying a region.
It should take two args, the beginning and end of the region.
This is normally set via `font-lock-defaults'.")

(defvar font-lock-inhibit-thing-lock nil
  "List of Font Lock mode related modes that should not be turned on.
Currently, valid mode names as `fast-lock-mode' and `lazy-lock-mode'.
This is normally set via `font-lock-defaults'.")

;;;###autoload
(defcustom font-lock-mode nil ;; customized for the option menu. dverna
  "Non nil means `font-lock-mode' is on"
  :group 'font-lock
  :type 'boolean
  :initialize 'custom-initialize-default
  :require 'font-lock
  :set #'(lambda (var val) (font-lock-mode (or val 0)))
  )

(defvar font-lock-fontified nil) ; whether we have hacked this buffer
(put 'font-lock-fontified 'permanent-local t)

;;;###autoload
(defvar font-lock-mode-hook nil
  "Function or functions to run on entry to font-lock-mode.")

; whether font-lock-set-defaults has already been run.
(defvar font-lock-defaults-computed nil)
(make-variable-buffer-local 'font-lock-defaults-computed)


;;; Initialization of faces.

;; #### barf gag retch.  Horrid FSF lossage that we need to
;; keep around for compatibility with font-lock-keywords that
;; forget to properly quote their faces.  I tried just let-binding
;; them when we eval the face expression, but that fails because
;; some	files actually use the variables directly in their init code
;; without quoting them. --ben
(defvar font-lock-comment-face 'font-lock-comment-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-doc-string-face 'font-lock-doc-string-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
;; GNU compatibility
(define-compatible-variable-alias
  'font-lock-doc-face 'font-lock-doc-string-face)
(defvar font-lock-string-face 'font-lock-string-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-keyword-face 'font-lock-keyword-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-builtin-face 'font-lock-builtin-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-function-name-face 'font-lock-function-name-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-variable-name-face 'font-lock-variable-name-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-type-face 'font-lock-type-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-constant-face 'font-lock-constant-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-reference-face 'font-lock-reference-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-preprocessor-face 'font-lock-preprocessor-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")
(defvar font-lock-warning-face 'font-lock-warning-face
  "This variable should not be set.
It is present only for horrid FSF compatibility reasons.
The corresponding face should be set using `edit-faces' or the
`set-face-*' functions.")

(defconst font-lock-face-list
  '(font-lock-comment-face
    font-lock-string-face
    font-lock-doc-string-face
    font-lock-keyword-face
    font-lock-builtin-face
    font-lock-function-name-face
    font-lock-variable-name-face
    font-lock-type-face
    font-lock-constant-face
    font-lock-reference-face
    font-lock-preprocessor-face
    font-lock-warning-face))

(defface font-lock-comment-face
  '((((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "gray80"))
    ;; blue4 is hardly different from black on windows.
    (((class color) (background light) (type mswindows)) (:foreground "blue"))
    (((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "blue4"))
    (((class grayscale) (background light))
     (:foreground "DimGray" :bold t :italic t))
    (((class grayscale) (background dark))
     (:foreground "LightGray" :bold t :italic t))
    (t (:bold t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight comments."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-string-face
  '((((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "tan"))
    (((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "green4"))
    (((class grayscale) (background light)) (:foreground "DimGray" :italic t))
    (((class grayscale) (background dark)) (:foreground "LightGray" :italic t))
    (t (:bold t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight strings."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-doc-string-face
  '((((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "light coral"))
    (((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "green4"))
    (t (:bold t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight documentation strings.
This is currently supported only in Lisp-like modes, which are those
with \"lisp\" or \"scheme\" in their name.  You can explicitly make
a mode Lisp-like by putting a non-nil `font-lock-lisp-like' property
on the major mode's symbol."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-keyword-face
  '((((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "cyan"))
    ;; red4 is hardly different from black on windows.
    (((class color) (background light) (type mswindows)) (:foreground "red"))
    (((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "red4"))
    (((class grayscale) (background light)) (:foreground "LightGray" :bold t))
    (((class grayscale) (background dark)) (:foreground "DimGray" :bold t))
    (t (:bold t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight keywords."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-builtin-face
  '((((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "Purple"))
    (((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "Cyan"))
    (((class grayscale) (background light)) (:foreground "LightGray" :bold t))
    (((class grayscale) (background dark)) (:foreground "DimGray" :bold t))
    (t (:bold t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight builtins."
:group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-function-name-face
  '((((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "aquamarine"))
    ;; brown4 is hardly different from black on windows.
    ;; I changed it to red because IMO it's pointless and ugly to
    ;; use a million slightly different colors for niggly syntactic
    ;; differences. --ben
    (((class color) (background light) (type mswindows)) (:foreground "red"))
    (((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "brown4"))
    (t (:bold t :underline t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight function names."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-variable-name-face
  '((((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "cyan3"))
    (((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "magenta4"))
    (((class grayscale) (background light))
     (:foreground "Gray90" :bold t :italic t))
    (((class grayscale) (background dark))
     (:foreground "DimGray" :bold t :italic t))
    (t (:underline t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight variable names."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-type-face
  '((((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "wheat"))
    (((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "steelblue"))
    (((class grayscale) (background light)) (:foreground "Gray90" :bold t))
    (((class grayscale) (background dark)) (:foreground "DimGray" :bold t))
    (t (:bold t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight types."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-constant-face
  '((((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "CadetBlue"))
    (((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "Aquamarine"))
    (((class grayscale) (background light))
     (:foreground "LightGray" :bold t :underline t))
    (((class grayscale) (background dark))
     (:foreground "Gray50" :bold t :underline t))
    (t (:bold t :underline t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight constants and labels."
:group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-reference-face
  '((((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "cadetblue2"))
    (((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "red3"))
    (((class grayscale) (background light))
     (:foreground "LightGray" :bold t :underline t))
    (((class grayscale) (background dark))
     (:foreground "Gray50" :bold t :underline t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight references."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-preprocessor-face
  '((((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "steelblue1"))
    (((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "blue3"))
    (t (:underline t)))
  "Font Lock Mode face used to highlight preprocessor conditionals."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defface font-lock-warning-face
  '((((class color) (background light)) (:foreground "Red" :bold t))
    (((class color) (background dark)) (:foreground "Pink" :bold t))
    (t (:inverse-video t :bold t)))
  "Font Lock mode face used to highlight warnings."
  :group 'font-lock-faces)

(defun font-lock-recompute-variables ()
  ;; Is this a Draconian thing to do?
  (mapc #'(lambda (buffer)
	    (with-current-buffer buffer
	      (font-lock-mode 0)
	      (font-lock-set-defaults t)))
	(buffer-list)))

;; Backwards-compatible crud.

(defun font-lock-reset-all-faces ()
  (dolist (face font-lock-face-list)
    (face-spec-set face (get face 'face-defface-spec))))

(defun font-lock-use-default-fonts ()
  "Reset the font-lock faces to a default set of fonts."
  (interactive)
  ;; #### !!!!
  (font-lock-reset-all-faces))

(defun font-lock-use-default-colors ()
  "Reset the font-lock faces to a default set of colors."
  (interactive)
  ;; #### !!!!
  (font-lock-reset-all-faces))

(defun font-lock-use-default-minimal-decoration ()
  "Reset the font-lock patterns to a fast, minimal set of decorations."
  (and font-lock-maximum-decoration
       (setq font-lock-maximum-decoration nil)
       (font-lock-recompute-variables)))

(defun font-lock-use-default-maximal-decoration ()
  "Reset the font-lock patterns to a larger set of decorations."
  (and (not (eq t font-lock-maximum-decoration))
       (setq font-lock-maximum-decoration t)
       (font-lock-recompute-variables)))

(defun font-lock-add-keywords (mode keywords &optional how)
  "Add highlighting KEYWORDS for MODE.

MODE should be a symbol, the major mode command name, such as `c-mode'
or nil.  If nil, highlighting keywords are added for the current buffer.
KEYWORDS should be a list; see the variable `font-lock-keywords'.
By default they are added at the beginning of the current highlighting list.
If optional argument HOW is `set', they are used to replace the current
highlighting list.  If HOW is any other non-nil value, they are added at the
end of the current highlighting list.

For example:

 (font-lock-add-keywords 'c-mode
  '((\"\\\\\\=<\\\\(FIXME\\\\):\" 1 font-lock-warning-face prepend)
    (\"\\\\\\=<\\\\(and\\\\|or\\\\|not\\\\)\\\\\\=>\" . font-lock-keyword-face)))

adds two fontification patterns for C mode, to fontify `FIXME:' words, even in
comments, and to fontify `and', `or' and `not' words as keywords.

The above procedure will only add the keywords for C mode, not
for modes derived from C mode.  To add them for derived modes too,
pass nil for MODE and add the call to c-mode-hook.

For example:

 (add-hook 'c-mode-hook
  (lambda ()
   (font-lock-add-keywords nil
    '((\"\\\\\\=<\\\\(FIXME\\\\):\" 1 font-lock-warning-face prepend)
      (\"\\\\\\=<\\\\(and\\\\|or\\\\|not\\\\)\\\\\\=>\" .
       font-lock-keyword-face)))))

The above procedure may fail to add keywords to derived modes if
some involved major mode does not follow the standard conventions.
File a bug report if this happens, so the major mode can be corrected.

Note that some modes have specialized support for additional patterns, e.g.,
see the variables `c-font-lock-extra-types', `c++-font-lock-extra-types',
`objc-font-lock-extra-types' and `java-font-lock-extra-types'."
  (cond (mode
	 ;; If MODE is non-nil, add the KEYWORDS and HOW spec to
	 ;; `font-lock-keywords-alist' so `font-lock-set-defaults' uses them.
	 (let ((spec (cons keywords how)) cell)
	   (if (setq cell (assq mode font-lock-keywords-alist))
	       (if (eq how 'set)
		   (setcdr cell (list spec))
		 (setcdr cell (append (cdr cell) (list spec))))
	     (push (list mode spec) font-lock-keywords-alist)))
	 ;; Make sure that `font-lock-removed-keywords-alist' does not
	 ;; contain the new keywords.
	 (font-lock-update-removed-keyword-alist mode keywords how))
	(t
	 ;; Otherwise set or add the keywords now.
	 ;; This is a no-op if it has been done already in this buffer
	 ;; for the correct major mode.
	 (font-lock-set-defaults)
	 (let ((was-compiled (eq (car font-lock-keywords) t)))
	   ;; Bring back the user-level (uncompiled) keywords.
	   (if was-compiled
	       (setq font-lock-keywords (cadr font-lock-keywords)))
	   ;; Now modify or replace them.
	   (if (eq how 'set)
	       (setq font-lock-keywords keywords)
	     (font-lock-remove-keywords nil keywords) ;to avoid duplicates
	     (let ((old (if (eq (car-safe font-lock-keywords) t)
			    (cdr font-lock-keywords)
			  font-lock-keywords)))
	       (setq font-lock-keywords (if how
					    (append old keywords)
					  (append keywords old)))))
	   ;; If the keywords were compiled before, compile them again.
	   (if was-compiled
	       (setq font-lock-keywords
                     (font-lock-compile-keywords font-lock-keywords)))))))

(defun font-lock-update-removed-keyword-alist (mode keywords how)
  "Update `font-lock-removed-keywords-alist' when adding new KEYWORDS to MODE."
  ;; When font-lock is enabled first all keywords in the list
  ;; `font-lock-keywords-alist' are added, then all keywords in the
  ;; list `font-lock-removed-keywords-alist' are removed.  If a
  ;; keyword was once added, removed, and then added again it must be
  ;; removed from the removed-keywords list.  Otherwise the second add
  ;; will not take effect.
  (let ((cell (assq mode font-lock-removed-keywords-alist)))
    (if cell
	(if (eq how 'set)
	    ;; A new set of keywords is defined.  Forget all about
	    ;; our old keywords that should be removed.
	    (setq font-lock-removed-keywords-alist
		  (delq cell font-lock-removed-keywords-alist))
	  ;; Delete all previously removed keywords.
	  (dolist (kword keywords)
	    (setcdr cell (delete kword (cdr cell))))
	  ;; Delete the mode cell if empty.
	  (if (null (cdr cell))
	      (setq font-lock-removed-keywords-alist
		    (delq cell font-lock-removed-keywords-alist)))))))

;; Written by Anders Lindgren <andersl@andersl.com>.
;;
;; Case study:
;; (I)  The keywords are removed from a major mode.
;;      In this case the keyword could be local (i.e. added earlier by
;;      `font-lock-add-keywords'), global, or both.
;;
;;      (a) In the local case we remove the keywords from the variable
;;          `font-lock-keywords-alist'.
;;
;;      (b) The actual global keywords are not known at this time.
;;          All keywords are added to `font-lock-removed-keywords-alist',
;;          when font-lock is enabled those keywords are removed.
;;
;;      Note that added keywords are taken out of the list of removed
;;      keywords.  This ensure correct operation when the same keyword
;;      is added and removed several times.
;;
;; (II) The keywords are removed from the current buffer.
(defun font-lock-remove-keywords (mode keywords)
  "Remove highlighting KEYWORDS for MODE.

MODE should be a symbol, the major mode command name, such as `c-mode'
or nil.  If nil, highlighting keywords are removed for the current buffer.

To make the removal apply to modes derived from MODE as well,
pass nil for MODE and add the call to MODE-hook.  This may fail
for some derived modes if some involved major mode does not
follow the standard conventions.  File a bug report if this
happens, so the major mode can be corrected."
  (cond (mode
	 ;; Remove one keyword at the time.
	 (dolist (keyword keywords)
	   (let ((top-cell (assq mode font-lock-keywords-alist)))
	     ;; If MODE is non-nil, remove the KEYWORD from
	     ;; `font-lock-keywords-alist'.
	     (when top-cell
	       (dolist (keyword-list-how-pair (cdr top-cell))
		 ;; `keywords-list-how-pair' is a cons with a list of
		 ;; keywords in the car top-cell and the original how
		 ;; argument in the cdr top-cell.
		 (setcar keyword-list-how-pair
			 (delete keyword (car keyword-list-how-pair))))
	       ;; Remove keyword list/how pair when the keyword list
	       ;; is empty and how doesn't specify `set'.  (If it
	       ;; should be deleted then previously deleted keywords
	       ;; would appear again.)
	       (let ((cell top-cell))
		 (while (cdr cell)
		   (if (and (null (car (car (cdr cell))))
			    (not (eq (cdr (car (cdr cell))) 'set)))
		       (setcdr cell (cdr (cdr cell)))
		     (setq cell (cdr cell)))))
	       ;; Final cleanup, remove major mode cell if last keyword
	       ;; was deleted.
	       (if (null (cdr top-cell))
		   (setq font-lock-keywords-alist
			 (delq top-cell font-lock-keywords-alist))))
	     ;; Remember the keyword in case it is not local.
	     (let ((cell (assq mode font-lock-removed-keywords-alist)))
	       (if cell
		   (unless (member keyword (cdr cell))
		     (nconc cell (list keyword)))
		 (push (cons mode (list keyword))
		       font-lock-removed-keywords-alist))))))
	(t
	 ;; Otherwise remove it immediately.
	 (font-lock-set-defaults)
	 (let ((was-compiled (eq (car font-lock-keywords) t)))
	   ;; Bring back the user-level (uncompiled) keywords.
	   (if was-compiled
	       (setq font-lock-keywords (cadr font-lock-keywords)))

	   ;; Edit them.
	   (setq font-lock-keywords (copy-sequence font-lock-keywords))
	   (dolist (keyword keywords)
	     (setq font-lock-keywords
		   (delete keyword font-lock-keywords)))

	   ;; If the keywords were compiled before, compile them again.
	   (if was-compiled
	       (setq font-lock-keywords
                     (font-lock-compile-keywords font-lock-keywords)))))))

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;        actual code        ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

;;; To fontify the whole buffer by language syntax, we go through it a
;;; character at a time, creating extents on the boundary of each syntactic
;;; unit (that is, one extent for each block comment, one for each line
;;; comment, one for each string, etc.)  This is done with the C function
;;; syntactically-sectionize.  It's in C for speed (the speed of lisp function
;;; calls was a real bottleneck for this task since it involves examining each
;;; character in turn.)
;;;
;;; Then we make a second pass, to fontify the buffer based on other patterns
;;; specified by regexp.  When we find a match for a region of text, we need
;;; to change the fonts on those characters.  This is done with the
;;; put-text-property function, which knows how to efficiently share extents.
;;; Conceptually, we are attaching some particular face to each of the
;;; characters in a range, but the implementation of this involves creating
;;; extents, or resizing existing ones.
;;;
;;; Each time a modification happens to a line, we re-fontify the entire line.
;;; We do this by first removing the extents (text properties) on the line,
;;; and then doing the syntactic and keyword passes again on that line.  (More
;;; generally, each modified region is extended to include the preceding and
;;; following BOL or EOL.)
;;;
;;; This means that, as the user types, we repeatedly go back to the beginning
;;; of the line, doing more work the longer the line gets.  This doesn't cost
;;; much in practice, and if we don't, then we incorrectly fontify things when,
;;; for example, inserting spaces into `intfoo () {}'.
;;;


;; The user level functions

;;;###autoload
(defun font-lock-mode (&optional arg)
  "Toggle Font Lock Mode.
With arg, turn font-lock mode on if and only if arg is positive.

When Font Lock mode is enabled, text is fontified as you type it:

 - Comments are displayed in `font-lock-comment-face';
 - Strings are displayed in `font-lock-string-face';
 - Documentation strings (in Lisp-like languages) are displayed in
   `font-lock-doc-string-face';
 - Language keywords (\"reserved words\") are displayed in
   `font-lock-keyword-face';
 - Function names in their defining form are displayed in
   `font-lock-function-name-face';
 - Variable names in their defining form are displayed in
   `font-lock-variable-name-face';
 - Type names are displayed in `font-lock-type-face';
 - References appearing in help files and the like are displayed
   in `font-lock-reference-face';
 - Preprocessor declarations are displayed in
  `font-lock-preprocessor-face';

   and

 - Certain other expressions are displayed in other faces according
   to the value of the variable `font-lock-keywords'.

Where modes support different levels of fontification, you can use the variable
`font-lock-maximum-decoration' to specify which level you generally prefer.
When you turn Font Lock mode on/off the buffer is fontified/defontified, though
fontification occurs only if the buffer is less than `font-lock-maximum-size'.
To fontify a buffer without turning on Font Lock mode, and regardless of buffer
size, you can use \\[font-lock-fontify-buffer].

See the variable `font-lock-keywords' for customization."
  (interactive "P")
  (let ((on-p (if arg (> (prefix-numeric-value arg) 0) (not font-lock-mode)))
	(maximum-size (if (not (consp font-lock-maximum-size))
			  font-lock-maximum-size
			(cdr (or (assq major-mode font-lock-maximum-size)
				 (assq t font-lock-maximum-size))))))
    ;; Font-lock mode will refuse to turn itself on if in batch mode
    ;; to avoid potential (probably not actual, though) slowdown.  We
    ;; used to try to "be nice" by avoiding doing this in temporary
    ;; buffers.  But with the deferral code we don't need this, and it
    ;; definitely screws some things up.
    (if (noninteractive)
	(setq on-p nil))
    (cond (on-p
	   (make-local-hook 'after-change-functions)
	   (add-hook 'after-change-functions
		     'font-lock-after-change-function nil t)
	   (add-hook 'pre-idle-hook 'font-lock-pre-idle-hook))
	  (t
	   (remove-hook 'after-change-functions
			'font-lock-after-change-function t)
	   (setq font-lock-defaults-computed nil
		 font-lock-keywords nil)
	   ;; We have no business doing this here, since 
	   ;; pre-idle-hook is global.	Other buffers may
	   ;; still be in font-lock mode.  -dkindred@cs.cmu.edu
	   ;; (remove-hook 'pre-idle-hook 'font-lock-pre-idle-hook)
	   ))
    (set (make-local-variable 'font-lock-mode) on-p)
    (cond (on-p
	   (font-lock-set-defaults-1)
	   (run-hooks 'font-lock-mode-hook)
	   (cond (font-lock-fontified
		  nil)
		 ((or (null maximum-size) (<= (buffer-size) maximum-size))
		  (font-lock-fontify-buffer))
		 (font-lock-verbose
		  (progress-feedback-with-label
		   'font-lock
		   "Fontifying %s... buffer too big." 'abort
		   (buffer-name)))))
	  (font-lock-fontified
	   (setq font-lock-fontified nil)
	   (font-lock-unfontify-region (point-min) (point-max))
	   (font-lock-thing-lock-cleanup))
	  (t
	   (font-lock-thing-lock-cleanup)))
    (redraw-modeline)))

;; For init-file hooks
;;;###autoload
(defun turn-on-font-lock ()
  "Unconditionally turn on Font Lock mode."
  (interactive)
  (font-lock-mode 1))

;;;###autoload
(defun turn-off-font-lock ()
  "Unconditionally turn off Font Lock mode."
  (interactive)
  (font-lock-mode 0))

;;; FSF has here:

;; support for add-keywords, global-font-lock-mode and
;; font-lock-support-mode (unified support for various *-lock modes).


;; Fontification functions.

;; We first define some defsubsts to encapsulate the way we add
;; faces to a region of text.  I am planning on modifying the
;; text-property mechanism so that multiple independent classes
;; of text properties can exist.  That way, for example, ediff's
;; face text properties don't interfere with font lock's face
;; text properties.  Due to the XEmacs implementation of text
;; properties in terms of extents, doing this is fairly trivial:
;; instead of using the `text-prop' property, you just use a
;; specified property.

(defsubst font-lock-set-face (start end face)
  ;; Set the face on the characters in the range.
  (put-nonduplicable-text-property start end 'face face)
  (put-nonduplicable-text-property start end 'font-lock t))

(defsubst font-lock-remove-face (start end)
  ;; Remove any syntax highlighting on the characters in the range.
  (put-nonduplicable-text-property start end 'face nil)
  (put-nonduplicable-text-property start end 'font-lock nil)
  (if lookup-syntax-properties
      (put-nonduplicable-text-property start end 'syntax-table nil)))

(defsubst font-lock-set-syntax (start end syntax)
  ;; Set the face on the characters in the range.
  (put-nonduplicable-text-property start end 'syntax-table syntax)
  (put-nonduplicable-text-property start end 'font-lock t))

(defsubst font-lock-any-faces-p (start end)
  ;; Return non-nil if we've put any syntax highlighting on
  ;; the characters in the range.
  ;;
  ;; used to look for 'text-prop property, but this has problems if
  ;; you put any other text properties in the vicinity.  Simon
  ;; Marshall suggested looking for the 'face property (this is what
  ;; FSF Emacs does) but that's equally bogus.  Only reliable way is
  ;; for font-lock to specially mark its extents.
  ;;
  ;; FSF's (equivalent) definition of this defsubst would be
  ;; (text-property-not-all start end 'font-lock nil)
  ;;
  ;; Perhaps our `map-extents' is faster than our definition
  ;; of `text-property-not-all'.  #### If so, `text-property-not-all'
  ;; should be fixed ...
  ;;
  (map-extents 'extent-property (current-buffer) start (1- end) 'font-lock))


;; Fontification functions.

;; Rather than the function, e.g., `font-lock-fontify-region' containing the
;; code to fontify a region, the function runs the function whose name is the
;; value of the variable, e.g., `font-lock-fontify-region-function'.  Normally,
;; the value of this variable is, e.g., `font-lock-default-fontify-region'
;; which does contain the code to fontify a region.  However, the value of the
;; variable could be anything and thus, e.g., `font-lock-fontify-region' could
;; do anything.  The indirection of the fontification functions gives major
;; modes the capability of modifying the way font-lock.el fontifies.  Major
;; modes can modify the values of, e.g., `font-lock-fontify-region-function',
;; via the variable `font-lock-defaults'.
;;
;; For example, Rmail mode sets the variable `font-lock-defaults' so that
;; font-lock.el uses its own function for buffer fontification.  This function
;; makes fontification be on a message-by-message basis and so visiting an
;; RMAIL file is much faster.  A clever implementation of the function might
;; fontify the headers differently than the message body.  (It should, and
;; correspondingly for Mail mode, but I can't be bothered to do the work.  Can
;; you?)  This hints at a more interesting use...
;;
;; Languages that contain text normally contained in different major modes
;; could define their own fontification functions that treat text differently
;; depending on its context.  For example, Perl mode could arrange that here
;; docs are fontified differently than Perl code.  Or Yacc mode could fontify
;; rules one way and C code another.  Neat!
;;
;; A further reason to use the fontification indirection feature is when the
;; default syntactual fontification, or the default fontification in general,
;; is not flexible enough for a particular major mode.  For example, perhaps
;; comments are just too hairy for `font-lock-fontify-syntactically-region' to
;; cope with.  You need to write your own version of that function, e.g.,
;; `hairy-fontify-syntactically-region', and make your own version of
;; `hairy-fontify-region' call that function before calling
;; `font-lock-fontify-keywords-region' for the normal regexp fontification
;; pass.  And Hairy mode would set `font-lock-defaults' so that font-lock.el
;; would call your region fontification function instead of its own.  For
;; example, TeX modes could fontify {\foo ...} and \bar{...}  etc. multi-line
;; directives correctly and cleanly.  (It is the same problem as fontifying
;; multi-line strings and comments; regexps are not appropriate for the job.)

;;;###autoload
(defun font-lock-fontify-buffer ()
  "Fontify the current buffer the way `font-lock-mode' would.
See `font-lock-mode' for details.

This can take a while for large buffers."
  (interactive)
  (let ((font-lock-verbose (or font-lock-verbose (interactive-p))))
    (funcall font-lock-fontify-buffer-function)))

(defun font-lock-unfontify-buffer ()
  (funcall font-lock-unfontify-buffer-function))

(defun font-lock-fontify-region (beg end &optional loudly)
  (funcall font-lock-fontify-region-function beg end loudly))

(defun font-lock-unfontify-region (beg end &optional loudly)
  (funcall font-lock-unfontify-region-function beg end loudly))

(defun font-lock-default-fontify-buffer ()
  (interactive)
  ;; if we don't widen, then the C code will fail to
  ;; realize that we're inside a comment.
  (save-restriction
    (widen)
    (let ((was-on font-lock-mode)
	  (font-lock-verbose (or font-lock-verbose (interactive-p)))
	  (font-lock-message-threshold 0)
	  (aborted nil))
      ;; Turn it on to run hooks and get the right font-lock-keywords.
      (or was-on (font-lock-mode 1))
      (font-lock-unfontify-region (point-min) (point-max) t)
      ;;    (buffer-syntactic-context-flush-cache)
    
      ;; If a ^G is typed during fontification, abort the fontification, but
      ;; return normally (do not signal.)  This is to make it easy to abort
      ;; fontification if it's taking a long time, without also causing the
      ;; buffer not to pop up.  If a real abort is desired, the user can ^G
      ;; again.
      ;;
      ;; Possibly this should happen down in font-lock-fontify-region instead
      ;; of here, but since that happens from the after-change-hook (meaning
      ;; much more frequently) I'm afraid of the bad consequences of stealing
      ;; the interrupt character at inopportune times.
      ;;
      (condition-case nil
	  (save-excursion
	    (font-lock-fontify-region (point-min) (point-max)))
	(t
	 (setq aborted t)))

      (or was-on			; turn it off if it was off.
	  (let ((font-lock-fontified nil)) ; kludge to prevent defontification
	    (font-lock-mode 0)))
      (set (make-local-variable 'font-lock-fontified) t)
      (when (and aborted font-lock-verbose)
	(progress-feedback-with-label 'font-lock "Fontifying %s... aborted."
				      'abort (buffer-name))))
    (run-hooks 'font-lock-after-fontify-buffer-hook)))

(defun font-lock-default-unfontify-buffer ()
  (font-lock-unfontify-region (point-min) (point-max))
  (set (make-local-variable 'font-lock-fontified) nil))

;; This used to be `font-lock-fontify-region', and before that,
;; `font-lock-fontify-region' used to be the name used for what is now
;; `font-lock-fontify-syntactically-region'.
(defun font-lock-default-fontify-region (beg end &optional loudly)
  (let ((modified (buffer-modified-p))
	(buffer-undo-list t) (inhibit-read-only t)
	(old-syntax-table (syntax-table))
	buffer-file-name buffer-file-truename)
    (unwind-protect
	(progn
	  ;; Use the fontification syntax table, if any.
	  (if font-lock-syntax-table (set-syntax-table font-lock-syntax-table))
	  ;; Now do the fontification.
	  (font-lock-unfontify-region beg end)
	  (when font-lock-syntactic-keywords
	    (font-lock-fontify-syntactic-keywords-region beg end))
	  (unless font-lock-keywords-only
	    (font-lock-fontify-syntactically-region beg end loudly))
	  (font-lock-fontify-keywords-region beg end loudly))
      ;; Clean up.
      (set-syntax-table old-syntax-table)
      (and (not modified) (buffer-modified-p) (set-buffer-modified-p nil)))))

;; The following must be rethought, since keywords can override fontification.
;      ;; Now scan for keywords, but not if we are inside a comment now.
;      (or (and (not font-lock-keywords-only)
;	       (let ((state (parse-partial-sexp beg end nil nil 
;						font-lock-cache-state)))
;		 (or (nth 4 state) (nth 7 state))))
;	  (font-lock-fontify-keywords-region beg end))

(defun font-lock-default-unfontify-region (beg end &optional maybe-loudly)
  (when (and maybe-loudly font-lock-verbose
	     (>= (- end beg) font-lock-message-threshold))
    (progress-feedback-with-label 'font-lock "Fontifying %s..." 0
				  (buffer-name)))
  (let ((modified (buffer-modified-p))
	(buffer-undo-list t) (inhibit-read-only t)
	buffer-file-name buffer-file-truename)
    (font-lock-remove-face beg end)
    (and (not modified) (buffer-modified-p) (set-buffer-modified-p nil))))

;; Following is the original FSF version (similar to our original
;; version, before the deferred stuff was added).
;;
;; I think that lazy-lock v2 tries to do something similar.
;; Those efforts should be merged.

;; Called when any modification is made to buffer text.
;(defun font-lock-after-change-function (beg end old-len)
;  (save-excursion
;    (save-match-data
;      ;; Rescan between start of line from `beg' and start of line after `end'.
;      (font-lock-fontify-region
;	(progn (goto-char beg) (beginning-of-line) (point))
;	(progn (goto-char end) (forward-line 1) (point))))))

(defvar font-lock-always-fontify-immediately nil
  "Set this to non-nil to disable font-lock deferral.
Otherwise, changes to existing text will not be processed until the
next redisplay cycle, avoiding excessive fontification when many
buffer modifications are performed or a buffer is reverted.")

;; list of buffers in which there is a pending change.
(defvar font-lock-pending-buffer-table (make-hash-table :weakness 'key))
;; table used to keep track of ranges needing fontification.
(defvar font-lock-range-table (make-range-table))

(defun font-lock-pre-idle-hook ()
  (condition-case font-lock-error
      (if (> (hash-table-count font-lock-pending-buffer-table) 0)
	  (font-lock-fontify-pending-extents))
    (error (warn "Error caught in `font-lock-pre-idle-hook': %s"
		 font-lock-error))))

;;; called when any modification is made to buffer text.  This function
;;; remembers the changed ranges until the next redisplay, at which point
;;; the extents are merged and pruned, and the resulting ranges fontified.
;;; This function could easily be adapted to other after-change-functions.

(defun font-lock-after-change-function (beg end old-len)
  (when font-lock-mode
    ;; treat deletions as if the following character (or previous, if
    ;; there is no following) were inserted. (also use the previous
    ;; character at end of line.  this avoids a problem when you
    ;; insert a comment on the line before a line of code: if we use
    ;; the following char, then when you hit backspace, the following
    ;; line of code turns the comment color.) this is a bit of a hack
    ;; but allows us to use text properties for everything.
    (if (= beg end)
	(cond ((not (save-excursion (goto-char end) (eolp)))
	       (setq end (1+ end)))
	      ((/= beg (point-min)) (setq beg (1- beg)))
	      (t nil)))
    (put-text-property beg end 'font-lock-pending t)
    (puthash (current-buffer) t font-lock-pending-buffer-table)
    (if font-lock-always-fontify-immediately
	(font-lock-fontify-pending-extents))))

(defun font-lock-fontify-pending-extents ()
  ;; ah, the beauty of mapping functions.
  ;; this function is actually shorter than the old version, which handled
  ;; only one buffer and one contiguous region!
  (save-match-data
    (maphash
     #'(lambda (buffer dummy)
	 ;; remove first, to avoid infinite reprocessing if error
	 (remhash buffer font-lock-pending-buffer-table)
	 (when (buffer-live-p buffer)
	   (clear-range-table font-lock-range-table)
	   (with-current-buffer buffer
	     (save-excursion
	       (save-restriction
		 ;; if we don't widen, then the C code in
		 ;; syntactically-sectionize will fail to realize that
		 ;; we're inside a comment. #### We don't actually use
		 ;; syntactically-sectionize any more.  Do we still
		 ;; need the widen?
		 (widen)
		 (let ((zmacs-region-stays
			zmacs-region-stays)) ; protect from change!
		   (map-extents
		    #'(lambda (ex dummy-maparg)
			;; first expand the ranges to full lines,
			;; because that is what will be fontified;
			;; then use a range table to merge the
			;; ranges. (we could also do this simply using
			;; text properties.  the range table code was
			;; here from a previous version of this code
			;; and works just as well.)
			(let* ((beg (extent-start-position ex))
			       (end (extent-end-position ex))
			       (beg (progn (goto-char beg)
					   (beginning-of-line)
					   (point)))
			       (end (progn (goto-char end)
					   (forward-line 1)
					   (point))))
			  (put-range-table beg end t
					   font-lock-range-table)))
		    nil nil nil nil nil 'font-lock-pending t)
		   ;; clear all pending extents first in case of error below.
		   (put-text-property (point-min) (point-max)
				      'font-lock-pending nil)
		   (map-range-table
		    #'(lambda (beg end val)
			;; This creates some unnecessary progress gauges.
;;			(if (and (= beg (point-min))
;;				 (= end (point-max)))
;;			    (font-lock-fontify-buffer)
;;			  (font-lock-fontify-region beg end)))
			(font-lock-fontify-region beg end))
		    font-lock-range-table)))))))
     font-lock-pending-buffer-table)))

;; Syntactic fontification functions.

(defun font-lock-lisp-like (mode)
  ;; Note: (or (get mode 'font-lock-lisp-like) (string-match ...)) is
  ;; not enough because the property needs to be able to specify a nil
  ;; value.
  (if (plist-member (symbol-plist mode) 'font-lock-lisp-like)
      (get mode 'font-lock-lisp-like)
    ;; If the property is not specified, guess.  Similar logic exists
    ;; in add-log, but I think this encompasses more modes.
    (string-match "lisp\\|scheme" (symbol-name mode))))

;; fontify-syntactically-region used to use syntactically-sectionize, which
;; was supposedly much faster than the FSF version because it was written in
;; C. However, the FSF version uses parse-partial-sexp, which is also
;; written in C, and the benchmarking I did showed the
;; syntactically-sectionize code to be slower overall. So here's the
;; FSF version, modified to support font-lock-doc-string-face.
;; -- mct 2000-12-29
;; #### Andy conditionally reverted Matt's change when we were experimenting
;; with making lookup-syntax-properties an optional feature.  I don't see how
;; this code relates to lookup-syntax-properties, though.  I wonder if the
;; bug is in our (?) version of parse-partial-sexp.  Andy says no.  Of course,
;; Matt benchmarked ... WTF knows?  sjt 2002-09-28
(defun font-lock-fontify-syntactically-region (start end &optional loudly)
  "Put proper face on each string and comment between START and END.
START should be at the beginning of a line.  Optional argument LOUDLY
is currently ignored."
  (if font-lock-keywords-only
      nil

    ;; #### Shouldn't this just be using 'loudly??
    (when (and font-lock-verbose
	       (>= (- end start) font-lock-message-threshold))
      (progress-feedback-with-label 'font-lock
				    "Fontifying %s... (syntactically)" 5
				    (buffer-name)))
    (goto-char start)

    (let ((lisp-like (font-lock-lisp-like major-mode))
	  (cache (marker-position font-lock-cache-position))
	  state string beg depth)
      ;;
      ;; Find the state at the `beginning-of-line' before `start'.
      (if (eq start cache)
	  ;; Use the cache for the state of `start'.
	  (setq state font-lock-cache-state)
	;; Find the state of `start'.
	(if (null font-lock-beginning-of-syntax-function)
	    ;; Use the state at the previous cache position, if any, or
	    ;; otherwise calculate from `point-min'.
	    (if (or (null cache) (< start cache))
		(setq state (parse-partial-sexp (point-min) start))
	      (setq state (parse-partial-sexp cache start nil nil
					      font-lock-cache-state)))
	  ;; Call the function to move outside any syntactic block.
	  (funcall font-lock-beginning-of-syntax-function)
	  (setq state (parse-partial-sexp (point) start)))
	;; Cache the state and position of `start'.
	(setq font-lock-cache-state state)
	(set-marker font-lock-cache-position start))
      ;;
      ;; If the region starts inside a string or comment, show the extent of it.
      (when (or (nth 3 state) (nth 4 state))
	(setq string (nth 3 state) beg (point))
	(setq state (parse-partial-sexp (point) end nil nil state 'syntax-table))
	(font-lock-set-face beg (point) (if string 
					    font-lock-string-face
					  font-lock-comment-face)))
      ;;
      ;; Find each interesting place between here and `end'.
      (while (and (< (point) end)
		  (progn
		    (setq state (parse-partial-sexp (point) end nil nil state
						    'syntax-table))
		    (or (nth 3 state) (nth 4 state))))
	(setq depth (nth 0 state) string (nth 3 state) beg (nth 8 state))
	(setq state (parse-partial-sexp (point) end nil nil state 'syntax-table))
	(if string
	    ;; #### It would be nice if we handled Python and other
	    ;; non-Lisp languages with docstrings correctly.
	    (let ((face (if (and lisp-like (= depth 1))
			    'font-lock-doc-string-face
			  'font-lock-string-face)))
	      (if font-lock-fontify-string-delimiters
		  (font-lock-set-face beg (point) face)
		(font-lock-set-face (+ beg 1) (- (point) 1) face)))
	  (font-lock-set-face beg (point)
			      font-lock-comment-face))))))

;;; Additional text property functions.

;; The following three text property functions are not generally available (and
;; it's not certain that they should be) so they are inlined for speed.
;; The case for `fillin-text-property' is simple; it may or not be generally
;; useful.  (Since it is used here, it is useful in at least one place.;-)
;; However, the case for `append-text-property' and `prepend-text-property' is
;; more complicated.  Should they remove duplicate property values or not?  If
;; so, should the first or last duplicate item remain?  Or the one that was
;; added?  In our implementation, the first duplicate remains.

;; XEmacs: modified all these functions to use
;; `put-nonduplicable-text-property' instead of `put-text-property', and
;; the first one to take both SETPROP and MARKPROP, in accordance with the
;; changed definitions of `font-lock-any-faces-p' and `font-lock-set-face'.

(defsubst font-lock-fillin-text-property (start end setprop markprop value &optional object)
  "Fill in one property of the text from START to END.
Arguments PROP and VALUE specify the property and value to put where none are
already in place.  Therefore existing property values are not overwritten.
Optional argument OBJECT is the string or buffer containing the text."
  (let ((start (text-property-any start end markprop nil object)) next)
    (while start
      (setq next (next-single-property-change start markprop object end))
      (put-nonduplicable-text-property start next setprop value object)
      (put-nonduplicable-text-property start next markprop value object)
      (setq start (text-property-any next end markprop nil object)))))

;; This function (from simon's unique.el) is rewritten and inlined for speed.
;(defun unique (list function)
;  "Uniquify LIST, deleting elements using FUNCTION.
;Return the list with subsequent duplicate items removed by side effects.
;FUNCTION is called with an element of LIST and a list of elements from LIST,
;and should return the list of elements with occurrences of the element removed,
;i.e., a function such as `delete' or `delq'.
;This function will work even if LIST is unsorted.  See also `uniq'."
;  (let ((list list))
;    (while list
;      (setq list (setcdr list (funcall function (car list) (cdr list))))))
;  list)

(defsubst font-lock-unique (list)
  "Uniquify LIST, deleting elements using `delq'.
Return the list with subsequent duplicate items removed by side effects."
  (let ((list list))
    (while list
      (setq list (setcdr list (delq (car list) (cdr list))))))
  list)

;; A generalisation of `facemenu-add-face' for any property, but without the
;; removal of inactive faces via `facemenu-discard-redundant-faces' and special
;; treatment of `default'.  Uses `unique' to remove duplicate property values.
(defsubst font-lock-prepend-text-property (start end prop value &optional object)
  "Prepend to one property of the text from START to END.
Arguments PROP and VALUE specify the property and value to prepend to the value
already in place.  The resulting property values are always lists, and unique.
Optional argument OBJECT is the string or buffer containing the text."
  (let ((val (if (listp value) value (list value))) next prev)
    (while (/= start end)
      (setq next (next-single-property-change start prop object end)
	    prev (get-text-property start prop object))
      (put-text-property
       start next prop
       (font-lock-unique (append val (if (listp prev) prev (list prev))))
       object)
      (setq start next))))

(defsubst font-lock-append-text-property (start end prop value &optional object)
  "Append to one property of the text from START to END.
Arguments PROP and VALUE specify the property and value to append to the value
already in place.  The resulting property values are always lists, and unique.
Optional argument OBJECT is the string or buffer containing the text."
  (let ((val (if (listp value) value (list value))) next prev)
    (while (/= start end)
      (setq next (next-single-property-change start prop object end)
	    prev (get-text-property start prop object))
      (put-text-property
       start next prop
       (font-lock-unique (append (if (listp prev) prev (list prev)) val))
       object)
      (setq start next))))

;;; Syntactic regexp fontification functions (taken from FSF Emacs 20.7.1)

;; These syntactic keyword pass functions are identical to those keyword pass
;; functions below, with the following exceptions; (a) they operate on
;; `font-lock-syntactic-keywords' of course, (b) they are all `defun' as speed
;; is less of an issue, (c) eval of property value does not occur JIT as speed
;; is less of an issue, (d) OVERRIDE cannot be `prepend' or `append' as it
;; makes no sense for `syntax-table' property values, (e) they do not do it
;; LOUDLY as it is not likely to be intensive.

(defun font-lock-apply-syntactic-highlight (highlight)
  "Apply HIGHLIGHT following a match.
HIGHLIGHT should be of the form MATCH-HIGHLIGHT,
see `font-lock-syntactic-keywords'."
  (let* ((match (nth 0 highlight))
 	 (start (match-beginning match)) (end (match-end match))
 	 (value (nth 1 highlight))
 	 (override (nth 2 highlight)))
    (unless (numberp (car-safe value))
      (setq value (eval value)))
    (cond ((not start)
 	   ;; No match but we might not signal an error.
 	   (or (nth 3 highlight)
 	       (error "No match %d in highlight %S" match highlight)))
 	  ((not override)
 	   ;; Cannot override existing fontification.
 	   (or (map-extents 'extent-property (current-buffer)
			    start end 'syntax-table)
	       (font-lock-set-syntax start end value)))
 	  ((eq override t)
 	   ;; Override existing fontification.
	   (font-lock-set-syntax start end value))
 	  ((eq override 'keep)
 	   ;; Keep existing fontification.
 	   (font-lock-fillin-text-property start end
					   'syntax-table 'font-lock value)))))

(defun font-lock-fontify-syntactic-anchored-keywords (keywords limit)
  "Fontify according to KEYWORDS until LIMIT.
 KEYWORDS should be of the form MATCH-ANCHORED, see `font-lock-keywords',
 LIMIT can be modified by the value of its PRE-MATCH-FORM."
  (let ((matcher (nth 0 keywords)) (lowdarks (nthcdr 3 keywords)) highlights
 	;; Evaluate PRE-MATCH-FORM.
 	(pre-match-value (eval (nth 1 keywords))))
    ;; Set LIMIT to value of PRE-MATCH-FORM or the end of line.
    (if (and (numberp pre-match-value) (> pre-match-value (point)))
 	(setq limit pre-match-value)
      (save-excursion (end-of-line) (setq limit (point))))
    (save-match-data
      ;; Find an occurrence of `matcher' before `limit'.
      (while (if (stringp matcher)
 		 (re-search-forward matcher limit t)
 	       (funcall matcher limit))
 	;; Apply each highlight to this instance of `matcher'.
 	(setq highlights lowdarks)
 	(while highlights
 	  (font-lock-apply-syntactic-highlight (car highlights))
 	  (setq highlights (cdr highlights)))))
    ;; Evaluate POST-MATCH-FORM.
    (eval (nth 2 keywords))))

(defun font-lock-fontify-syntactic-keywords-region (start end)
  "Fontify according to `font-lock-syntactic-keywords' between START and END.
START should be at the beginning of a line."
;;  ;; If `font-lock-syntactic-keywords' is a symbol, get the real keywords.
  (when (symbolp font-lock-syntactic-keywords)
    (setq font-lock-syntactic-keywords (font-lock-eval-keywords
					font-lock-syntactic-keywords)))
  ;; If `font-lock-syntactic-keywords' is not compiled, compile it.
  (unless (eq (car font-lock-syntactic-keywords) t)
    (setq font-lock-syntactic-keywords (font-lock-compile-keywords
					font-lock-syntactic-keywords)))
  ;; Get down to business.
  (let ((case-fold-search font-lock-keywords-case-fold-search)
	(keywords (cdr font-lock-syntactic-keywords))
	keyword matcher highlights)
    (while keywords
      ;; Find an occurrence of `matcher' from `start' to `end'.
      (setq keyword (car keywords) matcher (car keyword))
      (goto-char start)
      (while (if (stringp matcher)
		 (re-search-forward matcher end t)
	       (funcall matcher end))
	;; Apply each highlight to this instance of `matcher', which may be
	;; specific highlights or more keywords anchored to `matcher'.
	(setq highlights (cdr keyword))
	(while highlights
	  (if (numberp (car (car highlights)))
	      (font-lock-apply-syntactic-highlight (car highlights))
	    (font-lock-fontify-syntactic-anchored-keywords (car highlights)
							   end))
	  (setq highlights (cdr highlights))))
      (setq keywords (cdr keywords)))))

;;; Regexp fontification functions.

(defsubst font-lock-apply-highlight (highlight)
  "Apply HIGHLIGHT following a match.
HIGHLIGHT should be of the form MATCH-HIGHLIGHT, see `font-lock-keywords'."
  (let* ((match (nth 0 highlight))
	 (start (match-beginning match)) (end (match-end match))
	 (override (nth 2 highlight)))
    (let ((newface (nth 1 highlight)))
      (or (symbolp newface)
	  (setq newface (eval newface)))
      (cond ((not start)
	     ;; No match but we might not signal an error.
	     (or (nth 3 highlight)
		 (error "No match %d in highlight %S" match highlight)))
	    ((= start end) nil)
	    ((not override)
	     ;; Cannot override existing fontification.
	     (or (font-lock-any-faces-p start end)
		 (font-lock-set-face start end newface)))
	    ((eq override t)
	     ;; Override existing fontification.
	     (font-lock-set-face start end newface))
	    ((eq override 'keep)
	     ;; Keep existing fontification.
	     (font-lock-fillin-text-property start end 'face 'font-lock
					     newface))
	    ((eq override 'prepend)
	     ;; Prepend to existing fontification.
	     (font-lock-prepend-text-property start end 'face newface))
	    ((eq override 'append)
	     ;; Append to existing fontification.
	     (font-lock-append-text-property start end 'face newface))))))

(defsubst font-lock-fontify-anchored-keywords (keywords limit)
  "Fontify according to KEYWORDS until LIMIT.
KEYWORDS should be of the form MATCH-ANCHORED, see `font-lock-keywords',
LIMIT can be modified by the value of its PRE-MATCH-FORM."
  (let ((matcher (nth 0 keywords)) (lowdarks (nthcdr 3 keywords)) highlights
	;; Evaluate PRE-MATCH-FORM.
	(pre-match-value (eval (nth 1 keywords))))
    ;; Set LIMIT to value of PRE-MATCH-FORM or the end of line.
    (if (and (numberp pre-match-value) (> pre-match-value (point)))
	(setq limit pre-match-value)
      (save-excursion (end-of-line) (setq limit (point))))
    (save-match-data
      ;; Find an occurrence of `matcher' before `limit'.
      (while (if (stringp matcher)
		 (re-search-forward matcher limit t)
	       (funcall matcher limit))
	;; Apply each highlight to this instance of `matcher'.
	(setq highlights lowdarks)
	(while highlights
	  (font-lock-apply-highlight (car highlights))
	  (setq highlights (cdr highlights)))))
    ;; Evaluate POST-MATCH-FORM.
    (eval (nth 2 keywords))))

(defun font-lock-fontify-keywords-region (start end &optional loudvar)
  "Fontify according to `font-lock-keywords' between START and END.
START should be at the beginning of a line."
  (let ((loudly (and font-lock-verbose
		     (>= (- end start) font-lock-message-threshold))))
    (unless (eq (car-safe font-lock-keywords) t)
      (setq font-lock-keywords
	    (font-lock-compile-keywords font-lock-keywords)))
    (let* ((case-fold-search font-lock-keywords-case-fold-search)
	   (keywords (cdr font-lock-keywords))
	   (bufname (buffer-name)) 
	   (progress 5) (old-progress 5)
	   (iter 0)
	   (nkeywords (length keywords))
	   keyword matcher highlights)
      ;;
      ;; Fontify each item in `font-lock-keywords' from `start' to `end'.
      ;; In order to measure progress accurately we need to know how
      ;; many keywords we have and how big the region is. Then progress
      ;; is ((pos - start)/ (end - start) * nkeywords 
      ;; 	+ iteration / nkeywords) * 100
      (while keywords
	;;
	;; Find an occurrence of `matcher' from `start' to `end'.
	(setq keyword (car keywords) matcher (car keyword))
	(goto-char start)
	(while (and (< (point) end)
		    (if (stringp matcher)
			(re-search-forward matcher end t)
		      (funcall matcher end)))
	  ;; calculate progress
	  (setq progress
		(+ (/ (* (- (point) start) 95) (* (- end start) nkeywords))
		   (/ (* iter 95) nkeywords) 5))
	  (when (and loudly (> progress old-progress))
	    (progress-feedback-with-label 'font-lock
					  "Fontifying %s... (regexps)"
					  progress bufname))
	  (setq old-progress progress)
	  ;; Apply each highlight to this instance of `matcher', which may be
	  ;; specific highlights or more keywords anchored to `matcher'.
	  (setq highlights (cdr keyword))
	  (while highlights
	    (if (numberp (car (car highlights)))
		(let ((end (match-end (car (car highlights)))))
		  (font-lock-apply-highlight (car highlights))
		  ;; restart search just after the end of the
		  ;; keyword so keywords can share bracketing
		  ;; expressions.
		  (and end (goto-char end)))
	      (font-lock-fontify-anchored-keywords (car highlights) end))
	    (setq highlights (cdr highlights))))
	(setq iter (1+ iter))
	(setq keywords (cdr keywords))))
    (if loudly
	(progress-feedback-with-label 'font-lock "Fontifying %s... " 100
				      (buffer-name)))))


;; Various functions.

;; Turn off other related packages if they're on.  I prefer a hook. --sm.
;; These explicit calls are easier to understand
;; because people know what they will do.
;; A hook is a mystery because it might do anything whatever. --rms.
(defun font-lock-thing-lock-cleanup ()
  (cond ((and (boundp 'fast-lock-mode) fast-lock-mode)
	 (fast-lock-mode -1))
	((and (boundp 'lazy-lock-mode) lazy-lock-mode)
	 (lazy-lock-mode -1))
	((and (boundp 'lazy-shot-mode) lazy-shot-mode)
	 (lazy-shot-mode -1))))

;; Do something special for these packages after fontifying.  I prefer a hook.
(defun font-lock-after-fontify-buffer ()
  (cond ((and (boundp 'fast-lock-mode) fast-lock-mode)
	 (fast-lock-after-fontify-buffer))
	((and (boundp 'lazy-lock-mode) lazy-lock-mode)
	 (lazy-lock-after-fontify-buffer))))


;; Various functions.

(defun font-lock-compile-keywords (keywords)
  "Compile KEYWORDS (a list) and return the list of compiled keywords.
Each keyword has the form (MATCHER HIGHLIGHT ...).  See `font-lock-keywords'."
  (if (eq (car-safe keywords) t)
      keywords
    (cons t (mapcar 'font-lock-compile-keyword keywords))))

(defun font-lock-compile-keyword (keyword)
  (cond ((nlistp keyword)		; Just MATCHER
	 (list keyword '(0 font-lock-keyword-face)))
	((eq (car keyword) 'eval)	; Specified (eval . FORM)
	 (font-lock-compile-keyword (eval (cdr keyword))))
	((numberp (cdr keyword))	; Specified (MATCHER . MATCH)
	 (list (car keyword) (list (cdr keyword) 'font-lock-keyword-face)))
	((symbolp (cdr keyword))	; Specified (MATCHER . FACENAME)
	 (list (car keyword) (list 0 (cdr keyword))))
	((nlistp (nth 1 keyword))	; Specified (MATCHER . HIGHLIGHT)
	 (list (car keyword) (cdr keyword)))
	(t				; Hopefully (MATCHER HIGHLIGHT ...)
	 keyword)))

(defun font-lock-eval-keywords (keywords)
  "Evaluate KEYWORDS if a function (funcall) or variable (eval) name."
  (if (listp keywords)
      keywords
    (font-lock-eval-keywords (if (fboundp keywords)
				 (funcall keywords)
			       (eval keywords)))))

(defun font-lock-choose-keywords (keywords level)
  ;; Return LEVELth element of KEYWORDS.  A LEVEL of nil is equal to a
  ;; LEVEL of 0, a LEVEL of t is equal to (1- (length KEYWORDS)).
  (let ((level (if (not (consp level))
		   level
		 (cdr (or (assq major-mode level) (assq t level))))))
    (cond ((symbolp keywords)
	   keywords)
	  ((numberp level)
	   (or (nth level keywords) (car (reverse keywords))))
	  ((eq level t)
	   (car (reverse keywords)))
	  (t
	   (car keywords)))))


;;; Determining which set of font-lock keywords to use.

(defun font-lock-find-font-lock-defaults (modesym)
  ;; Get the defaults based on the major mode.
  (let (raw-defaults)
    ;; I want a do-while loop!
    (while (progn
	     (setq raw-defaults (get modesym 'font-lock-defaults))
	     (and raw-defaults (symbolp raw-defaults)
		  (setq modesym raw-defaults)))
      )
    raw-defaults))

(defun font-lock-examine-syntax-table ()
  ; Computes the value of font-lock-keywords-only for this buffer.
  (if (eq (syntax-table) (standard-syntax-table))
      ;; Assume that modes which haven't bothered to install their own
      ;; syntax table don't do anything syntactically interesting.
      ;; Really, the standard-syntax-table shouldn't have comments and
      ;; strings in it, but changing that now might break things.
      nil
    ;; else map over the syntax table looking for strings or comments.
    (let (got-one)
      ;; XEmacs 20.0 ...
      (if (fboundp 'map-syntax-table)
	  (setq got-one
		(map-syntax-table
		 #'(lambda (key value)
		     (memq (char-syntax-from-code value)
			   '(?\" ?\< ?\> ?\$)))
		 (syntax-table)))
	;; older Emacsen.
	(let ((i (1- (length (syntax-table)))))
	  (while (>= i 0)
	    (if (memq (char-syntax i) '(?\" ?\< ?\> ?\$))
		(setq got-one t i 0))
	    (setq i (1- i)))))
      (set (make-local-variable 'font-lock-keywords-only) (not got-one)))))

;; font-lock-set-defaults is in fontl-hooks.el.

;;;###autoload
(defun font-lock-set-defaults-1 (&optional explicit-defaults)
  ;; does everything that font-lock-set-defaults does except
  ;; enable font-lock-mode.  This is called by `font-lock-mode'.
  ;; Note that the return value is used!

  (if (and font-lock-defaults-computed (not explicit-defaults))
      ;; nothing to do.
      nil

    (or font-lock-keywords
	(let* ((defaults (or (and (not (eq t explicit-defaults))
				  explicit-defaults)
			     ;; in case modes decide to set
			     ;; `font-lock-defaults' themselves,
			     ;; as in FSF Emacs.
			     font-lock-defaults
			     (font-lock-find-font-lock-defaults major-mode)))
	       (keywords (font-lock-choose-keywords
			  (nth 0 defaults) font-lock-maximum-decoration)))

	  ;; Keywords?
	  (setq font-lock-keywords (if (fboundp keywords)
				       (funcall keywords)
				     (eval keywords)))
	  (or font-lock-keywords
	      ;; older way:
	      ;; try to look for a variable `foo-mode-font-lock-keywords',
	      ;; or similar.
	      (let ((major (symbol-name major-mode))
		    (try #'(lambda (n)
			     (if (stringp n) (setq n (intern-soft n)))
			     (if (and n
				      (boundp n))
				 n
			       nil))))
		(setq font-lock-keywords 
		      (symbol-value
		       (or (funcall try (get major-mode 'font-lock-keywords))
			   (funcall try (concat major "-font-lock-keywords"))
			   (funcall try (and (string-match "-mode\\'" major)
					     (concat (substring 
						      major 0 
						      (match-beginning 0))
						     "-font-lock-keywords")))
			   'font-lock-keywords)))))

	  ;; Case fold?
	  (if (>= (length defaults) 3)
	      (setq font-lock-keywords-case-fold-search (nth 2 defaults))
	    ;; older way:
	    ;; look for a property 'font-lock-keywords-case-fold-search on
	    ;; the major-mode symbol.
	    (let* ((nonexist (make-symbol ""))
		   (value (get major-mode 'font-lock-keywords-case-fold-search
			       nonexist)))
	      (if (not (eq nonexist value))
		  (setq font-lock-keywords-case-fold-search value))))

	  ;; Syntactic?
	  (if (>= (length defaults) 2)
	      (setq font-lock-keywords-only (nth 1 defaults))
	    ;; older way:
	    ;; cleverly examine the syntax table.
	    (font-lock-examine-syntax-table))
	   
	  ;; Syntax table?
	  (if (nth 3 defaults)
	      (let ((slist (nth 3 defaults)))
		(setq font-lock-syntax-table
		      (copy-syntax-table (syntax-table)))
		(while slist
		  (modify-syntax-entry (car (car slist)) (cdr (car slist))
				       font-lock-syntax-table)
		  (setq slist (cdr slist)))))

	  ;; Syntax function?
	  (cond (defaults
		  (setq font-lock-beginning-of-syntax-function
			(nth 4 defaults)))
		(t
		 ;; older way:
		 ;; defaults not specified at all, so use `beginning-of-defun'.
		 (setq font-lock-beginning-of-syntax-function
		       'beginning-of-defun)))))

    (setq font-lock-cache-position (make-marker))
    (setq font-lock-defaults-computed t)))


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;         keywords         ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

;;; Various major-mode interfaces.
;;; Probably these should go in with the source of the respective major modes.

;; The defaults and keywords listed here should perhaps be moved into
;; mode-specific files.

;; For C and Lisp modes we use `beginning-of-defun', rather than nil,
;; for SYNTAX-BEGIN.  Thus the calculation of the cache is usually
;; faster but not infallible, so we risk mis-fontification.  --sm.

(put 'c-mode 'font-lock-defaults 
     '((c-font-lock-keywords
	c-font-lock-keywords-1 c-font-lock-keywords-2 c-font-lock-keywords-3)
       nil nil ((?_ . "w")) beginning-of-defun))
(put 'c++-c-mode 'font-lock-defaults 'c-mode)
(put 'elec-c-mode 'font-lock-defaults 'c-mode)

(put 'c++-mode 'font-lock-defaults
     '((c++-font-lock-keywords
	c++-font-lock-keywords-1 c++-font-lock-keywords-2
	c++-font-lock-keywords-3)
       nil nil ((?_ . "w") (?~ . "w")) beginning-of-defun))

(put 'java-mode 'font-lock-defaults 
     '((java-font-lock-keywords
	java-font-lock-keywords-1 java-font-lock-keywords-2
	java-font-lock-keywords-3)
       nil nil ((?_ . "w")) beginning-of-defun
       (font-lock-mark-block-function . mark-defun)))

(put 'lisp-mode 'font-lock-defaults
     '((lisp-font-lock-keywords
	lisp-font-lock-keywords-1 lisp-font-lock-keywords-2)
       nil nil
       ((?: . "w") (?- . "w") (?* . "w") (?+ . "w") (?. . "w") (?< . "w")
	(?> . "w") (?= . "w") (?! . "w") (?? . "w") (?$ . "w") (?% . "w")
	(?_ . "w") (?& . "w") (?~ . "w") (?^ . "w") (?/ . "w"))
       beginning-of-defun))
(put 'emacs-lisp-mode 'font-lock-defaults 'lisp-mode)
(put 'lisp-interaction-mode 'font-lock-defaults 'lisp-mode)

(put 'scheme-mode 'font-lock-defaults
     '(scheme-font-lock-keywords
       nil t
       ((?: . "w") (?- . "w") (?* . "w") (?+ . "w") (?. . "w") (?< . "w")
	(?> . "w") (?= . "w") (?! . "w") (?? . "w") (?$ . "w") (?% . "w")
	(?_ . "w") (?& . "w") (?~ . "w") (?^ . "w") (?/ . "w"))
       beginning-of-defun))
(put 'inferior-scheme-mode 'font-lock-defaults 'scheme-mode)
(put 'scheme-interaction-mode 'font-lock-defaults 'scheme-mode)

(put 'tex-mode 'font-lock-defaults
     ;; For TeX modes we could use `backward-paragraph' for the same reason.
     '(tex-font-lock-keywords nil nil ((?$ . "\""))))
;; the nine billion names of TeX mode...
(put 'bibtex-mode	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'plain-tex-mode	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'slitex-tex-mode	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'SliTeX-mode	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'slitex-mode	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'latex-tex-mode	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'LaTex-tex-mode	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'latex-mode        'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'LaTeX-mode        'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'japanese-LaTeX-mode 'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'japanese-SliTeX-mode 'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'FoilTeX-mode	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'LATeX-MoDe	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
(put 'lATEx-mODe	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)
;; ok, this is getting a bit silly ...
(put 'eDOm-xETAl	'font-lock-defaults 'tex-mode)

;;; Various regexp information shared by several modes.
;;; Information specific to a single mode should go in its load library.

(defconst lisp-font-lock-keywords-1
  (list
   ;; Anything not a variable or type declaration is fontified as a function.
   ;; It would be cleaner to allow preceding whitespace, but it would also be
   ;; about five times slower.
   (list (concat "^(\\(def\\("
		  ;; Variable declarations.
		  "\\(const\\(\\|ant\\)\\|ine-key\\(\\|-after\\)\\|var\\|custom\\)\\|"
		  ;; Structure declarations.
		  "\\(class\\|struct\\|type\\)\\|"
		  ;; Everything else is a function declaration.
		  "\\([^ \t\n\(\)]+\\)"
		  "\\)\\)\\>"
		  ;; Any whitespace and declared object.
		  "[ \t'\(]*"
		  "\\([^ \t\n\(\)]+\\)?")
	  '(1 font-lock-keyword-face)
	  '(8 (cond ((match-beginning 3) 'font-lock-variable-name-face)
		    ((match-beginning 6) 'font-lock-type-face)
		    (t 'font-lock-function-name-face))
	      nil t))
   )
 "Subdued level highlighting Lisp modes.")

(defconst lisp-font-lock-keywords-2
  (append lisp-font-lock-keywords-1
   (list
    ;;
    ;; Control structures.  ELisp and CLisp combined.
    ;;
    (cons
     (concat
      "(\\("
      ;; beginning of generated stuff
      ;; to regenerate, use the regexp-opt below, then delete the outermost
      ;; grouping, then use the macro below to break up the string.
      ;; (regexp-opt
      ;;   '("cond" "if" "while" "let" "let*" "prog" "progn" "prog1"
      ;;     "prog2" "progv" "catch" "throw" "save-restriction"
      ;;     "save-excursion" "save-window-excursion"
      ;;     "save-current-buffer" "with-current-buffer"
      ;;     "save-selected-window" "with-selected-window"
      ;;     "save-selected-frame" "with-selected-frame"
      ;;     "with-temp-file" "with-temp-buffer" "with-output-to-string"
      ;;     "with-string-as-buffer-contents"
      ;;     "save-match-data" "unwind-protect" "call-with-condition-handler"
      ;;     "condition-case" "track-mouse" "autoload"
      ;;     "eval-after-load" "eval-and-compile" "eval-when-compile"
      ;;     "when" "unless" "do" "dolist" "dotimes" "flet" "labels"
      ;;     "lambda" "block" "return" "return-from" "loop") t)
      ;; (setq last-kbd-macro
      ;;   (read-kbd-macro "\" C-7 C-1 <right> C-r \\\\| 3*<right> \" RET"))
      "autoload\\|block\\|c\\(?:a\\(?:ll-with-condition-handler\\|tch\\)\\|"
      "ond\\(?:ition-case\\)?\\)\\|do\\(?:list\\|times\\)?\\|"
      "eval-\\(?:a\\(?:fter-load\\|nd-compile\\)\\|when-compile\\)\\|flet\\|"
      "if\\|l\\(?:a\\(?:bels\\|mbda\\)\\|et\\*?\\|oop\\)\\|prog[12nv]?\\|"
      "return\\(?:-from\\)?\\|save-\\(?:current-buffer\\|excursion\\|"
      "match-data\\|restriction\\|selected-\\(?:frame\\|window\\)\\|"
      "window-excursion\\)\\|t\\(?:hrow\\|rack-mouse\\)\\|un\\(?:less\\|"
      "wind-protect\\)\\|w\\(?:h\\(?:en\\|ile\\)\\|ith-\\(?:current-buffer\\|"
      "output-to-string\\|s\\(?:elected-\\(?:frame\\|window\\)\\|"
      "tring-as-buffer-contents\\)\\|temp-\\(?:buffer\\|file\\)\\)\\)"
      ;; end of generated stuff
      "\\)\\>") 1)
    ;;
    ;; Feature symbols as references.
    '("(\\(featurep\\|provide\\|require\\)\\>[ \t']*\\(\\sw+\\)?"
      (1 font-lock-keyword-face) (2 font-lock-reference-face nil t))
    ;;
    ;; Words inside \\[] tend to be for `substitute-command-keys'.
    '("\\\\\\\\\\[\\(\\sw+\\)]" 1 font-lock-reference-face prepend)
    ;;
    ;; Words inside `' tend to be symbol names.
    '("`\\(\\sw\\sw+\\)'" 1 font-lock-reference-face prepend)
    ;;
    ;; CLisp `:' keywords as references.
    '("\\<:\\sw+\\>" 0 font-lock-reference-face prepend)
    ;;
    ;; ELisp and CLisp `&' keywords as types.
    '("\\<\\&\\(optional\\|rest\\|whole\\)\\>" . font-lock-type-face)
    ))
  "Gaudy level highlighting for Lisp modes.")

(defvar lisp-font-lock-keywords lisp-font-lock-keywords-1
  "Default expressions to highlight in Lisp modes.")

;; The previous version, before replacing it with the FSF version.
;(defconst lisp-font-lock-keywords-1 (purecopy
; '(;;
;   ;; highlight defining forms.  This doesn't work too nicely for
;   ;; (defun (setf foo) ...) but it does work for (defvar foo) which
;   ;; is more important.
;   ("^(def[-a-z]+\\s +\\([^ \t\n\)]+\\)" 1 font-lock-function-name-face)
;   ;;
;   ;; highlight CL keywords (three clauses seems faster than one)
;   ("\\s :\\(\\(\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\)\\>" . 1)
;   ("(:\\(\\(\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\)\\>" . 1)
;   ("':\\(\\(\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\)\\>" . 1)
;   ;;
;   ;; this is highlights things like (def* (setf foo) (bar baz)), but may
;   ;; be slower (I haven't really thought about it)
;;   ("^(def[-a-z]+\\s +\\(\\s(\\S)*\\s)\\|\\S(\\S *\\)"
;;    1 font-lock-function-name-face)
;   ))
; "For consideration as a value of `lisp-font-lock-keywords'.
;This does fairly subdued highlighting.")
;
;(defconst lisp-font-lock-keywords-2 (purecopy
;  (append lisp-font-lock-keywords-1
;   '(;;
;     ;; Highlight control structures
;     ("(\\(cond\\|if\\|when\\|unless\\|[ec]?\\(type\\)?case\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)
;     ("(\\(while\\|do\\|let\\*?\\|flet\\|labels\\|prog[nv12*]?\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)
;     ("(\\(do\\*\\|dotimes\\|dolist\\|loop\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)
;     ("(\\(catch\\|\\throw\\|block\\|return\\|return-from\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)
;     ("(\\(save-restriction\\|save-window-restriction\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)
;     ("(\\(save-excursion\\|unwind-protect\\|condition-case\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)
;     ;;
;     ;; highlight function names in emacs-lisp docstrings (in the syntax
;     ;; that substitute-command-keys understands.)
;     ("\\\\\\\\\\[\\([^]\\\n]+\\)]" 1 font-lock-keyword-face t)
;     ;;
;     ;; highlight words inside `' which tend to be function names
;     ("`\\([-a-zA-Z0-9_][-a-zA-Z0-9_][-a-zA-Z0-9_.]+\\)'"
;      1 font-lock-keyword-face t)
;     )))
; "For consideration as a value of `lisp-font-lock-keywords'.
;
;This does a lot more highlighting.")

(defvar scheme-font-lock-keywords
  (eval-when-compile
    (list
     ;;
     ;; Declarations.  Hannes Haug <hannes.haug@student.uni-tuebingen.de> says
     ;; this works for SOS, STklos, SCOOPS, Meroon and Tiny CLOS.
     (list (concat "(\\(define\\("
		   ;; Function names.
		   "\\(\\|-\\(generic\\(\\|-procedure\\)\\|method\\)\\)\\|"
		   ;; Macro names, as variable names.  A bit dubious, this.
		   "\\(-syntax\\)\\|"
		   ;; Class names.
		   "\\(-class\\)"
		   "\\)\\)\\>"
		   ;; Any whitespace and declared object.
		   "[ \t]*(?"
		   "\\(\\sw+\\)?")
	   '(1 font-lock-keyword-face)
	   '(8 (cond ((match-beginning 3) 'font-lock-function-name-face)
		     ((match-beginning 6) 'font-lock-variable-name-face)
		     (t 'font-lock-type-face))
	       nil t))
     ;;
     ;; Control structures.
;(regexp-opt '("begin" "call-with-current-continuation" "call/cc"
;	       "call-with-input-file" "call-with-output-file" "case" "cond"
;	       "do" "else" "for-each" "if" "lambda"
;	       "let\\*?" "let-syntax" "letrec" "letrec-syntax"
;	       ;; Hannes Haug <hannes.haug@student.uni-tuebingen.de> wants:
;	       "and" "or" "delay"
;	       ;; Stefan Monnier <stefan.monnier@epfl.ch> says don't bother:
;	       ;;"quasiquote" "quote" "unquote" "unquote-splicing"
;	       "map" "syntax" "syntax-rules"))
     (cons
      (concat "(\\("
	      "and\\|begin\\|c\\(a\\(ll\\(-with-\\(current-continuation\\|"
	      "input-file\\|output-file\\)\\|/cc\\)\\|se\\)\\|ond\\)\\|"
	      "d\\(elay\\|o\\)\\|else\\|for-each\\|if\\|"
	      "l\\(ambda\\|et\\(-syntax\\|\\*?\\|rec\\(\\|-syntax\\)\\)\\)\\|"
	      "map\\|or\\|syntax\\(\\|-rules\\)"
	      "\\)\\>") 1)
     ;;
     ;; David Fox <fox@graphics.cs.nyu.edu> for SOS/STklos class specifiers.
     '("\\<<\\sw+>\\>" . font-lock-type-face)
     ;;
     ;; Scheme `:' keywords as references.
     '("\\<:\\sw+\\>" . font-lock-reference-face)
     ))
"Default expressions to highlight in Scheme modes.")

;; The previous version, before replacing it with the FSF version.
;(defconst scheme-font-lock-keywords (purecopy
; '(("(define[ \t]+(?\\([^ \t\n\)]+\\)" 1 font-lock-function-name-face)
;   ("(\\(cond\\|lambda\\|begin\\|if\\|else\\|case\\|do\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)
;   ("(\\(\\|letrec\\|let\\*?\\|set!\\|and\\|or\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)
;   ("(\\(quote\\|unquote\\|quasiquote\\|unquote-splicing\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)
;   ("(\\(syntax\\|syntax-rules\\|define-syntax\\|let-syntax\\|letrec-syntax\\)[ \t\n]" . 1)))
;  "Expressions to highlight in Scheme buffers.")

(defconst c-font-lock-keywords-1 nil
  "Subdued level highlighting for C modes.")

(defconst c-font-lock-keywords-2 nil
  "Medium level highlighting for C modes.")

(defconst c-font-lock-keywords-3 nil
  "Gaudy level highlighting for C modes.")

(defconst c++-font-lock-keywords-1 nil
  "Subdued level highlighting for C++ modes.")

(defconst c++-font-lock-keywords-2 nil
  "Medium level highlighting for C++ modes.")

(defconst c++-font-lock-keywords-3 nil
  "Gaudy level highlighting for C++ modes.")

(defun font-lock-match-c++-style-declaration-item-and-skip-to-next (limit)
  ;; Match, and move over, any declaration/definition item after point.
  ;; The expect syntax of an item is "word" or "word::word", possibly ending
  ;; with optional whitespace and a "(".  Everything following the item (but
  ;; belonging to it) is expected to by skip-able by `forward-sexp', and items
  ;; are expected to be separated with a "," or ";".
  (if (looking-at "[ \t*&]*\\(\\(?:\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\)\\(::\\(\\(?:\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\)\\)?[ \t]*\\((\\)?")
      (save-match-data
	(condition-case nil
	    (save-restriction
	      ;; Restrict to the end of line, currently guaranteed to be LIMIT.
	      (narrow-to-region (point-min) limit)
	      (goto-char (match-end 1))
	      ;; Move over any item value, etc., to the next item.
	      (while (not (looking-at "[ \t]*\\([,;]\\|$\\)"))
		(goto-char (or (scan-sexps (point) 1) (point-max))))
	      (goto-char (match-end 0)))
	  (error t)))))

(let ((c-keywords
;      ("break" "continue" "do" "else" "for" "if" "return" "switch" "while")
       "break\\|continue\\|do\\|else\\|for\\|if\\|return\\|switch\\|while")
      (c-type-types
;      ("auto" "extern" "register" "static" "typedef" "struct" "union" "enum"
;	"signed" "unsigned" "short" "long" "int" "char" "float" "double"
;	"void" "volatile" "const")
       (concat "auto\\|c\\(har\\|onst\\)\\|double\\|e\\(num\\|xtern\\)\\|"
	       "float\\|int\\|long\\|register\\|"
	       "s\\(hort\\|igned\\|t\\(atic\\|ruct\\)\\)\\|typedef\\|"
	       "un\\(ion\\|signed\\)\\|vo\\(id\\|latile\\)"))	; 6 ()s deep.
      (c++-keywords
;      ("break" "continue" "do" "else" "for" "if" "return" "switch" "while"
;	"asm" "catch" "delete" "new" "operator" "sizeof" "this" "throw" "try"
;       "protected" "private" "public" "const_cast" "dynamic_cast" "reinterpret_cast"
;       "static_cast" "and" "bitor" "or" "xor" "compl" "bitand" "and_eq"
;	"or_eq" "xor_eq" "not" "not_eq" "typeid" "false" "true")
       (concat "a\\(nd\\(\\|_eq\\)\\|sm\\)\\|"
	       "b\\(it\\(or\\|and\\)\\|reak\\)\\|"
	       "c\\(atch\\|o\\(mpl\\|n\\(tinue\\|st_cast\\)\\)\\)\\|"
	       "d\\(elete\\|o\\|ynamic_cast\\)\\|"
	       "else\\|"
	       "f\\(alse\\|or\\)\\|if\\|"
	       "n\\(ew\\|ot\\(\\|_eq\\)\\)\\|"
	       "p\\(r\\(ivate\\|otected\\)\\|ublic\\)\\|"
	       "or\\(\\|_eq\\)\\|"
	       "re\\(interpret_cast\\|turn\\)\\|"
	       "s\\(izeof\\|tatic_cast\\|witch\\)\\|"
	       "t\\(h\\(is\\|row\\)\\|r\\(ue\\|y\\)\\|ypeid\\)\\|"
	       "xor\\(\\|_eq\\)\\|while"))
      (c++-type-types
;      ("auto" "extern" "register" "static" "typedef" "struct" "union" "enum"
;	"signed" "unsigned" "short" "long" "int" "char" "float" "double"
;	"void" "volatile" "const" "class" "inline" "friend" "bool"
;	"virtual" "complex" "template" "explicit" "mutable" "export" "namespace"
;       "using" "typename" "wchar_t")
       (concat "auto\\|bool\\|c\\(har\\|lass\\|o\\(mplex\\|nst\\)\\)\\|"
	       "double\\|"
	       "e\\(num\\|x\\(p\\(licit\\|ort\\)\\|tern\\)\\)\\|"
	       "f\\(loat\\|riend\\)\\|"
	       "in\\(line\\|t\\)\\|long\\|mutable\\|namespace\\|register\\|"
	       "s\\(hort\\|igned\\|t\\(atic\\|ruct\\)\\)\\|"
	       "t\\(emplate\\|ype\\(def\\|name\\)\\)\\|"
	       "u\\(\\(n\\(ion\\|signed\\)\\|sing\\)\\)\\|"
	       "v\\(irtual\\|o\\(id\\|latile\\)\\)\\|"
	       "wchar_t"))		; 11 ()s deep.
      (ctoken "\\(\\sw\\|\\s_\\|[:~*&]\\)+")
      )
 (setq c-font-lock-keywords-1
  (list
   ;;
   ;; These are all anchored at the beginning of line for speed.
   ;;
   ;; Fontify function name definitions (GNU style; without type on line).
   
   ;; In FSF this has the simpler definition of "\\sw+" for ctoken.
   ;; I'm not sure if ours is more correct.
   ;; This is a subset of the next rule, and is slower when present. --dmoore
   ;; (list (concat "^\\(" ctoken "\\)[ \t]*(") 1 'font-lock-function-name-face)
   ;;
   ;; fontify the names of functions being defined.
   ;; FSF doesn't have this but I think it should be fast for us because
   ;; our regexp routines are more intelligent than FSF's about handling
   ;; anchored-at-newline. (When I added this hack in regex.c, it halved
   ;; the time to do the regexp phase of font-lock for a C file!) Not
   ;; including this discriminates against those who don't follow the
   ;; GNU coding style. --ben
   ;; x?x?x?y?z should always be: (x(xx?)?)?y?z --dmoore
   (list (concat
	  "^\\("
          "\\(" ctoken "[ \t]+\\)"	; type specs; there can be no
	  "\\("
          "\\(" ctoken "[ \t]+\\)"	; more than 3 tokens, right?
          "\\(" ctoken "[ \t]+\\)"
	  "?\\)?\\)?"
          "\\([*&]+[ \t]*\\)?"		; pointer
          "\\(" ctoken "\\)[ \t]*(")	; name
         10 'font-lock-function-name-face)
   ;;
   ;; This is faster but not by much.  I don't see why not.
   ;(list (concat "^\\(" ctoken "\\)[ \t]*(") 1 'font-lock-function-name-face)
   ;;
   ;; Added next two; they're both jolly-good fastmatch candidates so
   ;; should be fast. --ben
   ;;
   ;; Fontify structure names (in structure definition form).
   (list (concat "^\\(typedef[ \t]+struct\\|struct\\|static[ \t]+struct\\)"
      	   "[ \t]+\\(" ctoken "\\)[ \t]*\\(\{\\|$\\)")
         2 'font-lock-function-name-face)
   ;;
   ;; Fontify case clauses.  This is fast because its anchored on the left.
   '("case[ \t]+\\(\\(\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\)[ \t]+:". 1)
   ;;
   '("\\<\\(default\\):". 1)
   ;; Fontify filenames in #include <...> preprocessor directives as strings.
   '("^#[ \t]*include[ \t]+\\(<[^>\"\n]+>\\)" 1 font-lock-string-face)
   ;;
   ;; Fontify function macro names.
   '("^#[ \t]*define[ \t]+\\(\\(\\sw+\\)(\\)" 2 font-lock-function-name-face)
   ;;
   ;; Fontify symbol names in #if ... defined preprocessor directives.
   '("^#[ \t]*if\\>"
     ("\\<\\(defined\\)\\>[ \t]*(?\\(\\sw+\\)?" nil nil
      (1 font-lock-preprocessor-face) (2 font-lock-variable-name-face nil t)))
   ;;
   ;; Fontify symbol names in #elif ... defined preprocessor directives.
   '("^#[ \t]*elif\\>"
     ("\\<\\(defined\\)\\>[ \t]*(?\\(\\sw+\\)?" nil nil
      (1 font-lock-preprocessor-face) (2 font-lock-variable-name-face nil t)))
   ;;
   ;; Fontify otherwise as symbol names, and the preprocessor directive names.
   '("^\\(#[ \t]*[a-z]+\\)\\>[ \t]*\\(\\sw+\\)?"
     (1 font-lock-preprocessor-face) (2 font-lock-variable-name-face nil t))
   ))

 (setq c-font-lock-keywords-2
  (append c-font-lock-keywords-1
   (list
    ;;
    ;; Simple regexps for speed.
    ;;
    ;; Fontify all type specifiers.
    (cons (concat "\\<\\(" c-type-types "\\)\\>") 'font-lock-type-face)
    ;;
    ;; Fontify all builtin keywords (except case, default and goto; see below).
    (cons (concat "\\<\\(" c-keywords "\\)\\>") 'font-lock-keyword-face)
    ;;
    ;; Fontify case/goto keywords and targets, and case default/goto tags.
    '("\\<\\(case\\|goto\\)\\>[ \t]*\\([^ \t\n:;]+\\)?"
      (1 font-lock-keyword-face) (2 font-lock-reference-face nil t))
    '("^[ \t]*\\(\\sw+\\)[ \t]*:" 1 font-lock-reference-face)
    )))

 (setq c-font-lock-keywords-3
  (append c-font-lock-keywords-2
   ;;
   ;; More complicated regexps for more complete highlighting for types.
   ;; We still have to fontify type specifiers individually, as C is so hairy.
   (list
    ;;
    ;; Fontify all storage classes and type specifiers, plus their items.
    (list (concat "\\<\\(" c-type-types "\\)\\>"
		  "\\([ \t*&]+\\sw+\\>\\)*")
	  ;; Fontify each declaration item.
	  '(font-lock-match-c++-style-declaration-item-and-skip-to-next
	    ;; Start with point after all type specifiers.
	    (goto-char (or (match-beginning 8) (match-end 1)))
	    ;; Finish with point after first type specifier.
	    (goto-char (match-end 1))
	    ;; Fontify as a variable or function name.
	    (1 (if (match-beginning 4)
		   font-lock-function-name-face
		 font-lock-variable-name-face))))
    ;;
    ;; Fontify structures, or typedef names, plus their items.
    '("\\(}\\)[ \t*]*\\sw"
      (font-lock-match-c++-style-declaration-item-and-skip-to-next
       (goto-char (match-end 1)) nil
       (1 (if (match-beginning 4)
	      font-lock-function-name-face
	    font-lock-variable-name-face))))
    ;;
    ;; Fontify anything at beginning of line as a declaration or definition.
    '("^\\(\\sw+\\)\\>\\([ \t*]+\\sw+\\>\\)*"
      (1 font-lock-type-face)
      (font-lock-match-c++-style-declaration-item-and-skip-to-next
       (goto-char (or (match-beginning 2) (match-end 1))) nil
       (1 (if (match-beginning 4)
	      font-lock-function-name-face
	    font-lock-variable-name-face))))
    )))

 (setq c++-font-lock-keywords-1
  (append
   ;;
   ;; The list `c-font-lock-keywords-1' less that for function names.
   ;; the simple function form regexp has been removed. --dmoore
   ;;(cdr c-font-lock-keywords-1)
   c-font-lock-keywords-1
   ;;
   ;; Fontify function name definitions, possibly incorporating class name.
   (list
    '("^\\(\\sw+\\)\\(::\\(\\sw+\\)\\)?[ \t]*("
      (1 (if (match-beginning 2)
	     font-lock-type-face
	   font-lock-function-name-face))
      (3 (if (match-beginning 2) font-lock-function-name-face) nil t))
    )))

 (setq c++-font-lock-keywords-2
  (append c++-font-lock-keywords-1
   (list
    ;;
    ;; The list `c-font-lock-keywords-2' for C++ plus operator overloading.
    (cons (concat "\\<\\(" c++-type-types "\\)\\>") 'font-lock-type-face)
    ;;
    ;; Fontify operator function name overloading.
    '("\\<\\(operator\\)\\>[ \t]*\\([][)(><!=+-][][)(><!=+-]?\\)?"
      (1 font-lock-keyword-face) (2 font-lock-function-name-face nil t))
    ;;
    ;; Fontify case/goto keywords and targets, and case default/goto tags.
    '("\\<\\(case\\|goto\\)\\>[ \t]*\\([^ \t\n:;]+\\)?"
      (1 font-lock-keyword-face) (2 font-lock-reference-face nil t))
    '("^[ \t]*\\(\\sw+\\)[ \t]*:[^:]" 1 font-lock-reference-face)
    ;;
    ;; Fontify other builtin keywords.
    (cons (concat "\\<\\(" c++-keywords "\\)\\>") 'font-lock-keyword-face)
    )))

 (setq c++-font-lock-keywords-3
  (append c++-font-lock-keywords-2
   ;;
   ;; More complicated regexps for more complete highlighting for types.
   (list
    ;;
    ;; Fontify all storage classes and type specifiers, plus their items.
    (list (concat "\\<\\(" c++-type-types "\\)\\>"
		  "\\([ \t*&]+\\sw+\\>\\)*")
	  ;; Fontify each declaration item.
	  '(font-lock-match-c++-style-declaration-item-and-skip-to-next
	    ;; Start with point after all type specifiers.
	    (goto-char (or (match-beginning 13) (match-end 1)))
	    ;; Finish with point after first type specifier.
	    (goto-char (match-end 1))
	    ;; Fontify as a variable or function name.
	    (1 (cond ((match-beginning 2) 'font-lock-type-face)
		     ((match-beginning 4) 'font-lock-function-name-face)
		     (t 'font-lock-variable-name-face)))
	    (3 (if (match-beginning 4)
		   'font-lock-function-name-face
		 'font-lock-variable-name-face) nil t)))
    ;;
    ;; Fontify structures, or typedef names, plus their items.
    '("\\(}\\)[ \t*]*\\sw"
      (font-lock-match-c++-style-declaration-item-and-skip-to-next
       (goto-char (match-end 1)) nil
       (1 (if (match-beginning 4)
	      font-lock-function-name-face
	    font-lock-variable-name-face))))
    ;;
    ;; Fontify anything at beginning of line as a declaration or definition.
    '("^\\(\\sw+\\)\\>\\([ \t*]+\\sw+\\>\\)*"
      (1 font-lock-type-face)
      (font-lock-match-c++-style-declaration-item-and-skip-to-next
       (goto-char (or (match-beginning 2) (match-end 1))) nil
       (1 (cond ((match-beginning 2) 'font-lock-type-face)
		((match-beginning 4) 'font-lock-function-name-face)
		(t 'font-lock-variable-name-face)))
       (3 (if (match-beginning 4)
	      'font-lock-function-name-face
	    'font-lock-variable-name-face) nil t)))
    )))
 )

(defvar c-font-lock-keywords c-font-lock-keywords-1
  "Default expressions to highlight in C mode.")

(defvar c++-font-lock-keywords c++-font-lock-keywords-1
  "Default expressions to highlight in C++ mode.")

;;; Java.

;; Java support has been written by XEmacs people, and it's apparently
;; totally divergent from the FSF.  I don't know if it's better or
;; worse, so I'm leaving it in until someone convinces me the FSF
;; version is better.  --hniksic

(defconst java-font-lock-keywords-1 nil
 "For consideration as a value of `java-font-lock-keywords'.
This does fairly subdued highlighting.")

(defconst java-font-lock-keywords-2 nil
 "For consideration as a value of `java-font-lock-keywords'.
This adds highlighting of types and identifier names.")

(defconst java-font-lock-keywords-3 nil
 "For consideration as a value of `java-font-lock-keywords'.
This adds highlighting of Java documentation tags, such as @see.")

(defvar java-font-lock-type-regexp
  (concat "\\<\\(boolean\\|byte\\|char\\|double\\|float\\|int"
         "\\|long\\|short\\|void\\)\\>")
  "Regexp which should match a primitive type.")

(defvar java-font-lock-identifier-regexp
  (let ((letter "a-zA-Z_$\300-\326\330-\366\370-\377")
	(digit  "0-9"))
    (concat "\\<\\([" letter "][" letter digit "]*\\)\\>"))
  "Regexp which should match all Java identifiers.")

(defvar java-font-lock-class-name-regexp
  (let ((capital-letter "A-Z\300-\326\330-\337")
	(letter "a-zA-Z_$\300-\326\330-\366\370-\377")
	(digit  "0-9"))
    (concat "\\<\\([" capital-letter "][" letter digit "]*\\)\\>"))
  "Regexp which should match a class or an interface name.
The name is assumed to begin with a capital letter.")

(let ((java-modifier-regexp
       (concat "\\<\\(abstract\\|const\\|final\\|native\\|"
	       "private\\|protected\\|public\\|"
	       "static\\|synchronized\\|transient\\|volatile\\)\\>")))

  ;; Basic font-lock support:
  (setq java-font-lock-keywords-1
	(list
	 ;; Keywords:
	 (list        
	  (concat
	   "\\<\\("
	   "assert\\|"
	   "break\\|byvalue\\|"
	   "case\\|cast\\|catch\\|class\\|continue\\|"
	   "do\\|else\\|enum\\|extends\\|"
	   "finally\\|for\\|future\\|"
	   "generic\\|goto\\|"
	   "if\\|implements\\|import\\|"
	   "instanceof\\|interface\\|"
	   "new\\|package\\|return\\|switch\\|"
	   "throws?\\|try\\|while\\)\\>")
	  1 'font-lock-keyword-face)

	 ;; Modifiers:
	 (list java-modifier-regexp 1 font-lock-type-face)

	 ;; Special constants:
	 '("\\<\\(this\\|super\\)\\>" (1 font-lock-reference-face))
	 '("\\<\\(false\\|null\\|true\\)\\>" (1 font-lock-keyword-face))

	 ;; Class names:
	 (list (concat "\\<\\(class\\|interface\\)\\>\\s *"
		       java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
	       2 'font-lock-function-name-face)
        
	 ;; Package declarations:
	 (list (concat "\\<\\(package\\|import\\)\\>\\s *"
		       java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
	       '(2 font-lock-reference-face)
	       (list (concat
		      "\\=\\.\\(" java-font-lock-identifier-regexp "\\)")
		     nil nil '(1 (if (equal (char-after (match-end 0)) ?.)
				     'font-lock-reference-face
				   'font-lock-type-face))))
	 
	 ;; Constructors:
	 (list (concat
		"^\\s *\\(" java-modifier-regexp "\\s +\\)*"
		java-font-lock-class-name-regexp "\\s *\(")
	       (list 3
		     '(condition-case nil
			  (save-excursion
			    (goto-char (scan-sexps (- (match-end 0) 1) 1))
			    (parse-partial-sexp (point) (point-max) nil t)
			    (and (looking-at "\\($\\|\\<throws\\>\\|{\\)")
				 'font-lock-function-name-face))
			(error 'font-lock-function-name-face))))

	 ;; Methods:
	 (list (concat "\\(" java-font-lock-type-regexp "\\|"
		       java-font-lock-class-name-regexp "\\)"
		       "\\s *\\(\\[\\s *\\]\\s *\\)*"
		       java-font-lock-identifier-regexp "\\s *\(")
	       5
	       'font-lock-function-name-face)

	 ;; Labels:
	 (list ":"
	       (list
		(concat "^\\s *" java-font-lock-identifier-regexp "\\s *:")
		'(beginning-of-line) '(end-of-line)
		'(1 font-lock-reference-face)))

	 ;; `break' and continue' destination labels:
	 (list (concat "\\<\\(break\\|continue\\)\\>\\s *"
		       java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
	       2 'font-lock-reference-face)

	 ;; Case statements:
	 ;; In Java, any constant expression is allowed.
	 '("\\<case\\>\\s *\\(.*\\):" 1 font-lock-reference-face)))

  ;; Types and declared variable names:
  (setq java-font-lock-keywords-2
	(append 

	 java-font-lock-keywords-1
	 (list
	  ;; Keywords followed by a type:
	  (list (concat "\\<\\(extends\\|instanceof\\|new\\)\\>\\s *"
			java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
		'(2 (if (equal (char-after (match-end 0)) ?.)
			'font-lock-reference-face 'font-lock-type-face))
		(list (concat "\\=\\." java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
		      '(goto-char (match-end 0)) nil
		      '(1 (if (equal (char-after (match-end 0)) ?.)
			      'font-lock-reference-face 'font-lock-type-face))))

	  ;; Keywords followed by a type list:
	  (list (concat "\\<\\(implements\\|throws\\)\\>\\ s*"
			java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
		'(2 (if (equal (char-after (match-end 0)) ?.)
			font-lock-reference-face font-lock-type-face))
		(list (concat "\\=\\(\\.\\|\\s *\\(,\\)\\s *\\)"
			      java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
		      '(goto-char (match-end 0)) nil
		      '(3 (if (equal (char-after (match-end 0)) ?.)
			      font-lock-reference-face font-lock-type-face))))

	  ;; primitive types, can't be confused with anything else.
	  (list java-font-lock-type-regexp
		'(1 font-lock-type-face)
		'(font-lock-match-java-declarations
		  (goto-char (match-end 0))
		  (goto-char (match-end 0))
		  (0 font-lock-variable-name-face)))

	  ;; Declarations, class types and capitalized variables:
	  ;;
	  ;; Declarations are easy to recognize.  Capitalized words
	  ;; followed by a closing parenthesis are treated as casts if they
	  ;; also are followed by an expression.  Expressions beginning with
	  ;; a unary numerical operator, e.g. +, can't be cast to an object
	  ;; type.
	  ;;
	  ;; The path of a fully qualified type, e.g. java.lang.Foo, is
	  ;; fontified in the reference face.
	  ;;
	  ;; An access to a static field, e.g. System.out.println, is
	  ;; not fontified since it can't be distinguished from the
	  ;; usage of a capitalized variable, e.g. Foo.out.println.

	  (list (concat java-font-lock-class-name-regexp
			"\\s *\\(\\[\\s *\\]\\s *\\)*"
			"\\(\\<\\|$\\|)\\s *\\([\(\"]\\|\\<\\)\\)")
		'(1 (save-match-data
		      (save-excursion
			(goto-char
			 (match-beginning 3))
			(if (not (looking-at "\\<instanceof\\>"))
			    'font-lock-type-face))))
		(list (concat "\\=" java-font-lock-identifier-regexp "\\.")
		      '(progn
			 (goto-char (match-beginning 0))
			 (while (or (= (preceding-char) ?.)
				    (= (char-syntax (preceding-char)) ?w))
			   (backward-char)))
		      '(goto-char (match-end 0))
		      '(1 font-lock-reference-face)
		      '(0 nil))		; Workaround for bug in XEmacs.
		'(font-lock-match-java-declarations
		  (goto-char (match-end 1))
		  (goto-char (match-end 0))
		  (1 font-lock-variable-name-face))))))
	
  ;; Modifier keywords and Java doc tags
  (setq java-font-lock-keywords-3
	(append
 
	 '(
	   ;; Feature scoping:
	   ;; These must come first or the Modifiers from keywords-1 will
	   ;; catch them.  We don't want to use override fontification here
	   ;; because then these terms will be fontified within comments.
	   ("\\<private\\>"   0 font-lock-string-face)
	   ("\\<protected\\>" 0 font-lock-preprocessor-face)
	   ("\\<public\\>"    0 font-lock-reference-face))
	 java-font-lock-keywords-2
 
	 (list

	  ;; Javadoc tags
	  '("@\\(author\\|deprecated\\|exception\\|throws\\|param\\|return\\|see\\|since\\|version\\|serial\\|serialData\\|serialField\\)\\s "
	    0 font-lock-keyword-face t)

	  ;; Doc tag - Parameter identifiers
	  (list (concat "@param\\s +" java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
		1 'font-lock-variable-name-face t)

	  ;; Doc tag - Exception types
	  (list (concat "@\\(exception\\|throws\\)\\s +"
			java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
		'(2 (if (equal (char-after (match-end 0)) ?.)
			font-lock-reference-face font-lock-type-face) t)
		(list (concat "\\=\\." java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
		      '(goto-char (match-end 0)) nil
		      '(1 (if (equal (char-after (match-end 0)) ?.)
			      'font-lock-reference-face 'font-lock-type-face) t)))
    
	  ;; Doc tag - Cross-references, usually to methods 
	  '("@see\\s +\\(\\S *[^][ \t\n\r\f(){},.;:]\\)"
	    1 font-lock-function-name-face t)
    
	  ;; Doc tag - docRoot (1.3)
	  '("\\({ *@docRoot *}\\)"
	    0 font-lock-keyword-face t)
	  ;; Doc tag - beaninfo, unofficial but widely used, even by Sun
	  '("\\(@beaninfo\\)"
	    0 font-lock-keyword-face t)
	  ;; Doc tag - Links
	  '("{ *@link\\(?:plain\\)?\\s +\\([^}]+\\)}"
	    0 font-lock-keyword-face t)
	  ;; Doc tag - Links
	  '("{ *@link\\(?:plain\\)?\\s +\\(\\(\\S +\\)\\|\\(\\S +\\s +\\S +\\)\\) *}"
	    1 font-lock-function-name-face t)
    
	  )))
  )

(defvar java-font-lock-keywords java-font-lock-keywords-1
  "Additional expressions to highlight in Java mode.")

;; Match and move over any declaration/definition item after
;; point.  Does not match items which look like a type declaration
;; (primitive types and class names, i.e. capitalized words.)
;; Should the variable name be followed by a comma, we reposition
;; the cursor to fontify more identifiers.
(defun font-lock-match-java-declarations (limit)
  "Match and skip over variable definitions."
  (save-restriction
    (narrow-to-region (point-min) limit)

    (if (looking-at "\\s *\\(\\[\\s *\\]\\s *\\)*")
	(goto-char (match-end 0)))
    (and
     (looking-at java-font-lock-identifier-regexp)
     (save-match-data
       (not (string-match java-font-lock-type-regexp
			  (buffer-substring (match-beginning 1)
					    (match-end 1)))))
     (save-match-data
       (save-excursion
	 (goto-char (match-beginning 1))
	 (not (looking-at
	       (concat java-font-lock-class-name-regexp
		       "\\s *\\(\\[\\s *\\]\\s *\\)*\\<")))))
     (save-match-data
       (condition-case nil
	   (progn
	     (goto-char (match-end 0))
	     ;; Note: Both `scan-sexps' and the second goto-char can
	     ;; generate an error which is caught by the
	     ;; `condition-case' expression.
	     (while (not (looking-at "\\s *\\(\\(,\\)\\|;\\|$\\)"))
	       (goto-char (or (scan-sexps (point) 1) (point-max))))
	     (goto-char (match-end 2)))   ; non-nil
	 (error t))))))


(defvar tex-font-lock-keywords
;  ;; Regexps updated with help from Ulrik Dickow <dickow@nbi.dk>.
;  '(("\\\\\\(begin\\|end\\|newcommand\\){\\([a-zA-Z0-9\\*]+\\)}"
;     2 font-lock-function-name-face)
;    ("\\\\\\(cite\\|label\\|pageref\\|ref\\){\\([^} \t\n]+\\)}"
;     2 font-lock-reference-face)
;    ;; It seems a bit dubious to use `bold' and `italic' faces since we might
;    ;; not be able to display those fonts.
;    ("{\\\\bf\\([^}]+\\)}" 1 'bold keep)
;    ("{\\\\\\(em\\|it\\|sl\\)\\([^}]+\\)}" 2 'italic keep)
;    ("\\\\\\([a-zA-Z@]+\\|.\\)" . font-lock-keyword-face)
;    ("^[ \t\n]*\\\\def[\\\\@]\\(\\w+\\)" 1 font-lock-function-name-face keep))
  ;; Rewritten and extended for LaTeX2e by Ulrik Dickow <dickow@nbi.dk>.
  '(("\\\\\\(begin\\|end\\|newcommand\\){\\([a-zA-Z0-9\\*]+\\)}"
     2 font-lock-function-name-face)
    ("\\\\\\(cite\\|label\\|pageref\\|ref\\){\\([^} \t\n]+\\)}"
     2 font-lock-reference-face)
    ("^[ \t]*\\\\def\\\\\\(\\(\\w\\|@\\)+\\)" 1 font-lock-function-name-face)
    "\\\\\\([a-zA-Z@]+\\|.\\)"
    ;; It seems a bit dubious to use `bold' and `italic' faces since we might
    ;; not be able to display those fonts.
    ;; LaTeX2e: \emph{This is emphasized}.
    ("\\\\emph{\\([^}]+\\)}" 1 'italic keep)
    ;; LaTeX2e: \textbf{This is bold}, \textit{...}, \textsl{...}
    ("\\\\text\\(\\(bf\\)\\|it\\|sl\\){\\([^}]+\\)}"
     3 (if (match-beginning 2) 'bold 'italic) keep)
    ;; Old-style bf/em/it/sl. Stop at `\\' and un-escaped `&', for good tables.
    ("\\\\\\(\\(bf\\)\\|em\\|it\\|sl\\)\\>\\(\\([^}&\\]\\|\\\\[^\\]\\)+\\)"
     3 (if (match-beginning 2) 'bold 'italic) keep))
  "Default expressions to highlight in TeX modes.")

(defconst ksh-font-lock-keywords 
  (list
   '("\\(^\\|[^\$\\\]\\)#.*" . font-lock-comment-face)
   '("\\<\\(if\\|then\\|else\\|elif\\|fi\\|case\\|esac\\|for\\|do\\|done\\|foreach\\|in\\|end\\|select\\|while\\|repeat\\|time\\|function\\|until\\|exec\\|command\\|coproc\\|noglob\\|nohup\\|nocorrect\\|source\\|autoload\\|alias\\|unalias\\|export\\|set\\|echo\\|eval\\|cd\\|log\\|compctl\\)\\>" . font-lock-keyword-face)
   '("\\<\\[\\[.*\\]\\]\\>" . font-lock-type-face)
   '("\$\(.*\)" . font-lock-type-face)
   )
  "Additional expressions to highlight in ksh-mode.")

(defconst sh-font-lock-keywords 
  (list
   '("\\(^\\|[^\$\\\]\\)#.*" . font-lock-comment-face)
   '("\\<\\(if\\|then\\|else\\|elif\\|fi\\|case\\|esac\\|for\\|do\\|done\\|in\\|while\\|exec\\|export\\|set\\|echo\\|eval\\|cd\\)\\>" . font-lock-keyword-face)
   '("\\[.*\\]" . font-lock-type-face)
   '("`.*`" . font-lock-type-face)
   )
  "Additional expressions to highlight in sh-mode.")


;; Install ourselves:

(add-hook 'find-file-hooks 'font-lock-set-defaults t)

;;;###autoload
(add-minor-mode 'font-lock-mode " Font")

;; Provide ourselves:

(provide 'font-lock)

;;; font-lock.el ends here
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