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In shell-mode; alias keyword is not recognized as font-lock-builtin-face type and remain as white color (with the current theme I am using it should be in different color)

=> Is it possible to add alias keyword into font-lock-builtin-face class?


This issue occurs in Ubuntu machine; with the same configuration it does not occur in a mac machine.

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Adding this to your config should work the way you want, which BTW is the normal way to add font-lock keywords.

(font-lock-add-keywords 'shell-mode
  '(("alias" . font-lock-builtin-face)))

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