In SPARQL, comments starts with a
# and follows to the end of the line. The problem is that URI's, which is a big part of SPARQL, can also contain
#, but then they are not the start of a comment. Like so
<http://example.com/foo#bar>. URI's are always surrounded by
<> and never have any spaces in them.
Normally, we would write a syntax-table like this
(defvar sparql-mode-syntax-table (modify-syntax-entry ?# "<" syntax-table) (modify-syntax-entry ?\n ">" syntax-table))
but this would include the
# of a URI. Now when the buffer is font-locked, or we try to move using the defined syntax, from the part from the URI that contains a
# is now considered a comment.
How can I make
syntax-propertize skip marking
# in URI's as beginning of comments?