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or for all perl files:
(add-hook 'cperl-mode-hook '(lambda () (and (setq outline-regexp "sub") (outline-minor-mode +))))
(setq outline-regexp "sub\\|^\\S-")
leaves all unindented text visible (eg, 'use', etc. outside of subs).

Wrong:   Newline isn't a space character (at least in my tables) it's an '>' -- "end of comment" character (sigh). the only regexp I could actually make work is "sub\\|^[^ <tab><c-J>]"where I actually ctl-q inserted the tab and newline.


In reply to Re: Emacs outline mode for Perl by petral
in thread Emacs outline mode for Perl by clemburg

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