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@@ -139,14 +139,19 @@ join lists.
## 5. Other Languages
- [TODO: example]
+ Open concourse.js
+ M-x paredit-mode
+ [1, 2, 3].map()
+ Point over 2
+ C-k
+ insert: 4
While paredit-mode was designed to work with Lisp languages, it can be
used in others as well. It works with most modes based on cc-mode
(including espresso-mode for Javascript), but there are problems with
js2-mode. It also works in ruby-mode. The list modification commands
-don't expect list elements to need commas between them, so this causes
-some problems. Other than that, the functionality it provides is quite
+don't expect list elements to need commas between them, so this is not
+ideal. Other than that, the functionality it provides is quite
helpful.
## 6. Installation and Enabling
@@ -173,7 +178,8 @@ The esk-paredit-nonlisp function customizes and enables paredit for
non-Lisp languages. It's included in the Starter Kit, but if you want
to use it elsewhere, it looks like this:
- [TODO: This only works with my patched paredit! Get it upstream.]
+ [TODO: This only works with my patched paredit! Get it upstream or
+ rework this section.]
(defun esk-paredit-nonlisp ()
"Turn on paredit mode for non-lisps."

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