Harmonia-Mode for XEmacs

(Michael Toomim)

An important part of Harmonia research is to incorporate language-based services into applications that support end-user program development. These services include syntax highlighting, auto-indentation, semantic search-and-replace, structural navigation, structural undo, program transformations, and hypertext annotations. We have integrated Harmonia into XEmacs to provide interactive, on-line services to the end user in the program composition, editing and navigation process, and we continually improve this support based on user's feedback.

The first version of Harmonia-Mode mode has been released to the public. You may download it here.