pig-mode is an Emacs major mode for editing Pig scripts. Currently it supports syntax highlighting and indentation for Pig versions 0.2 to 0.11. It also supports a local grunt shell as well as snippets. We track the changes to Pig syntax and try to support new Pig features ASAP.
PS. This project was originally hosted on sourceforge.net; we still maintain the page there, but from now on all new changes will be pushed to github first.
The easiest way is to install the ELPA package from MELPA with
package-install RET pig-mode. All dependencies are automatically
pig-mode manually, clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/motus/pig-mode
Put it somewhere
emacs knows to look for it and in your
file, add this:
Set variables in
.emacs or with
customize-group RET pig RET
(this works only after
pig-mode has been loaded).
(setq pig-executable "/path/to/pig-0.11.1/bin/pig") (setq pig-executable-options '("-x" "local")) (setq pig-executable-prompt-regexp "^grunt> ") (setq pig-indent-level 4) (setq pig-version "0.11.1")
Add the following to set up processing snippets for yasnippet:
(autoload 'pig-snippets-initialize "pig-snippets" nil nil nil) (eval-after-load 'yasnippet '(pig-snippets-initialize))
The default key-bindings are:
C-c C-z Run Grunt Shell. C-c C-r Pig Eval Region. C-c C-l Pig Eval Line. C-c C-b Pig Eval Buffer. C-c C-f Attempt to find the doc page for a given keyword. C-c C-s Site-search Apache Pig web for a given query.