Unicode - the lighter side
Wed Nov 5 16:08:44 CET 2003
One nice thing about Unicode is that you get a lot of extra APL-esque
gadget characters. I grabbed some code off the 'net  that lets you
put these to use in Emacs - so you get both syntax-colouring and
It's pretty cute. If you load the attached file into Emacs, and then
do `M-x pretty-erlang' in an Erlang buffer, it swizzles in some
fancy symbols. For example, this contrived code:
negative(X) -> abs(X) /= X.
positive(X) -> not negative(X) and (X /= 0).
zero(X) -> not negative(X) and not positive(X).
between(X, Y, Z) -> (X>=Y) and (X=<Z).
wakeup -> ok
after Timeout ->
Looks like the picture here:
You'll need to have the right fonts. It "just works" for me, having
installed all the Debian font packages a ways back.
Luke (champion of all that is crass)
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