ANN: Erlang style sheet for a2ps

Johan Garpendahl Johan.Garpendahl@REDACTED
Tue Sep 3 10:04:30 CEST 2002

After seeing the discussion about the MicroLexer I suddenly remembered
that I have a style sheet for a2ps that I would like to share.
I thought it could be a good idea to beta-test it here before sending
it to the a2ps maintainers.



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# Style sheet for erlang
# Copyright (c) 2002 Johan Garpendahl
# $Id$

# This file is part of a2ps.
# This program 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.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# GNU General Public License for more details.
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
# the Free Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
# Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.

style Erlang is

written by "Johan Garpendahl <Johan.Garpendahl@REDACTED>"
version is 1.1

documentation is
  "To be done."
end documentation

first alphabet is
second alphabet is

case sensitive

keywords in Keyword are
    abs, append_element, apply, atom_to_list, binary_to_float,
    binary_to_list, binary_to_term, bump_reductions, cancel_timer,
    check_process_code, concat_binary, date, delete_module, demonitor,
    disconnect_node, display, element, erase, exit, fault, 
    float_to_list, fun_info, fun_to_list, garbage_collect, get,
    get_cookie, get_keys, group_leader, halt, hash, hd, info,
    integer_to_list, is_alive, is_builtin, is_process_alive, length,
    link, list_to_atom, list_to_binary, list_to_float,
    list_to_integer, list_to_pid, list_to_tuple, load_module, loaded,
    localtime, localtime_to_universaltime, make_ref, make_tuple, md5,
    md5_final, md5_init, md5_update, module_loaded, monitor,
    monitor_node, node, nodes, now, open_port, phash, pid_to_list,
    port_close, port_command, port_connect, port_control, port_call,
    port_info, port_to_list, ports, pre_loaded, process_display,
    process_flag, process_info, processes, purge_module,
    read_timer, ref_to_list, register, registered, resume_process,
    round, self, send_after, set_cookie, setelement, size, spawn,
    spawn_link, spawn_opt, split_binary, start_timer, statistics,
    suspend_process, system_flag, system_info, term_to_binary, throw,
    time, tl, trace, trace_info, trace_pattern, trunc, tuple_to_list,
    universaltime, universaltime_to_localtime, unlink, unregister,
    whereis, yield
end keywords

keywords in Keyword_strong are
    if, of, receive, after, "case", begin, "end", when, atom,
    constant, float, integer, list, number, pid, port, reference,
    tuple, binary, div, rem, band, bor, bxor, bsl, bsr, bnot, catch
end keywords

optional operators are
   -> \rightarrow,
   <- \leftarrow,
   /([\/][=])/ \neq,
   == \equiv,
   =< \leq,
   >= \geq
end operators

operators are
    \1 Plain, \2 Keyword_strong),

    \1 String, \2 String),

    \1 String, \2 String)
end operators

sequences are
    % Comment,
    "'" String "'",
end sequences

end style

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