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The stuff that didn't fit in anywhere else is documented here.
require-final-newlineat mode initialization; see that variable for details about the value. If a language isn't present on the association list, CC Mode won't touch
require-final-newlinein buffers for that language.
The default is to set
t in the
languages that mandates that source files should end with newlines,
i.e. C, C++ and Objective-C.
nil, the syntactic analysis for the current line is shown in the echo area when it's indented (unless
nil). That's useful when finding out which syntactic symbols to modify to get the indentation you want.
nil, certain syntactic errors are reported with a ding and a message, for example when an
elseis indented for which there is no corresponding
Note however that CC Mode doesn't make any special effort to check for syntactic errors; that's the job of the compiler. The reason it can report cases like the one above is that it can't find the correct anchoring position to indent the line in that case.
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