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I've recently started to look into the Blazor framework and noticed there is no available major-mode for editing .razor files, which are essentially a mix of C# and HTML. I then started creating a simple package using polymode for this purpose. I'm trying to follow these directions

The issue I'm having is that I can't install my code as package. On the other hand, if I paste the definitions into my config file everything works as expected.

Does anyone have a clue of what my problem may be?

MORE INFO:

  • EMACS VERSION: GNU Emacs 28.1 (build 3, x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.24.20, cairo version 1.16.0) of 2022-06-07
  • Doom core v3.0.0-dev HEAD -> master 33c5f3721 2022-07-09 21:10:40 +0200
  • Doom modules v22.07.0-dev HEAD -> master 33c5f3721 2022-07-09 21:10:40 +0200
  • I'm trying to install the package using the following function call: (package! blazor-mode :recipe (:local-repo "~/blazor-mode"))
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  • Did you used the command doom sync from terminal to install? what errors do you have?
    – Ian
    Jul 23, 2022 at 7:57
  • Yes, I've used doom sync (also tried with the -u flag, which updates the packages as well). I can see it interacts with my files (both local and from my github repo) and there are no errors. However, when I open up a .razor file, the syntax highlighting doesn't work and the blazor-mode function is not there. The doom doctor command also doesn't appear to spot any problems with my code Jul 25, 2022 at 13:49
  • Did you added a simple line (use-package blazor-mode) to your ~/.doom.d/config file?
    – Ian
    Jul 26, 2022 at 12:30

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package! can install a package from a local folder:

(package! package-name :recipe
  (:local-repo "~/path/to/code"))

Regardless, web-mode already supports .razor files! Have you tried enabling the web module?

If the web module doesn't cover razor files, try this snippet to let web-mode handle .razor files:

(add-to-list 'web-mode-engines-alist '("razor" . "\\.razor\\'"))

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