ILisp doesn't seem to define the Emacs character syntax of "@". I've
set it to be a "prefix character" (Emacs terminology), so that M-(
doesn't insert an extra space. This is the syntax class used in Elisp
mode, and I find it useful when typing backquote templates.
I've done this by adding
(modify-syntax-entry ?@ ". p" lisp-mode-syntax-table)
to ilisp-ext.el and it seems to work OK. Is this reasonable?
Hope this is of some use to someone,
P.S. While I'm here, apart from the reason noted in ilisp-ext.el as to
why changing "." syntax is a tradeoff, I think it may also work badly
with M-(, since using M-( to type #.(...) adds a possibly extraneous
space. This effect also shows up in Elisp modes, but then Elisp
doesn't have read expressions.
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