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### More Programming Enhancements in Epsilon 11

• The fill-c-comment command (now renamed to fill-comment) now works in more modes, including PostScript & Python.

• In Perl mode, a "here document" can now indicate that its contents should be syntax highlighted in a different language, by specifying a terminating string with an extension. At the moment the extensions .tex and .html are recognized. So for example a here document that begins with <<"end.html" will be colored as HTML.

• In Epsilon the default tab size is now 8. As a result the c-tab-override variable has been set to zero by default.

• In some modes, typing closing delimiters like ) or ] inside comments or strings no longer produces a warning about an unmatched delimiter.

• Commands like forward-ifdef that recognize preprocessor conditionals now treat #asm and #endasm like other conditionals.

• C mode includes new customization variables c-indent-after-namespace and fill-c-comment-plain.

• C-mode tagging now tags enums and works better with Java files (in addition to other parsing improvements).

• TeX mode coloring now recognizes the  construct. The new tex-close-environment command on Alt-Shift-Z makes it easier to write LaTeX; it searches for the previous unmatched \begin directive and inserts a matching \end directive.

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