Emacs; how to override built-in xml-mode?
I just got a recent emacs going on Mac OS X (had to build it, no big deal), 126.96.36.199, and these days it comes with an SGML-mode and an HTML-mode and hey-hey, an XML-mode. This is cool, but I've got my own XML-mode (which when I wrote it in, dig this, 1989, was called structext-mode) and of course it has a function called 'xml-mode you run. Anyhow, I'm having the dickens of a time overriding Emacs' auto-mode machinery and convincing it I really want to use mine instead of the built-in one. I thought I knew how this stuff worked but it's been a few years... anyone got a pointer to a HOWTO? -Tim
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