Re: detect shell script language
Lorenzo Bettini wrote:
> I need to detect the language of the script in order to highlight it
> accordingly (GNU source-highlight http://www.gnu.org/software/src-highlite)
See Emacs manual "How Major Modes are Chosen". It says
You can specify which major mode should be used for editing a certain
file by a special sort of text in the first nonblank line of the file.
The mode name should appear in this line both preceded and followed by
`-*-'. Other text may appear on the line as well. For example,
tells Emacs to use Lisp mode. Such an explicit specification overrides
any defaults based on the file name. Note how the semicolon is used to
make Lisp treat this line as a comment.