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+;; $Id$ -*- emacs-lisp -*-
+;; Here's a sample .emacs file that might help you along the way.
+;; First comes a setup that is ideal when you are only working with
+;; rockbox. Just select the next few lines, paste it into your .emacs
+;; and change the path to the tools folder. (If you are using more
+;; than one style. Look further down the this file.)
+(add-hook 'c-mode-common-hook 'rockbox-c-mode-common-hook)
+;; If you are using more than one style in maybe more than one project
+;; the example below might help out. It uses a predicate hook pair to
+;; select the right hook to use.
+(defvar my-style-selective-mode-hook nil
+ "Holds a list of predicate and hooks pairs. (list (PREDICATE . HOOK)
+...) It is used by my-mode-selective-mode-hook-function for choosing
+the right hook to run.")
+(defun my-style-selective-mode-hook-function ()
+ "Run each PREDICATE in `my-style-selective-mode-hook' to see if the
+HOOK in the pair should be executed. If the PREDICATE evaluate to non
+nil HOOK is executed and the rest of the hooks are ignored."
+ (let ((h my-style-selective-mode-hook))
+ (while (not (eval (caar h)))
+ (setq h (cdr h)))
+ (funcall (cdar h))))
+;;; Example configuration.
+;; Add the selective hook to the c-mode-common-hook
+(add-hook 'c-mode-common-hook 'my-style-selective-mode-hook-function)
+;; Add your own hooks and predicates. The predicate should evaluate to
+;; non nil if the hook in the pair is supposed to be evaluated. In the
+;; example a part of the path is used to select what style to
+;; use. Choose what is appropriate for you.
+ '((string-match "rockbox" (buffer-file-name)) . rockbox-c-mode-common-hook))
+ '((string-match "other" (buffer-file-name)) . other-c-mode-common-hook))
+;; Make sure the default style is appended.
+(add-hook 'my-style-selective-mode-hook '(t . my-c-mode-common-hook) t)