Pretty straightforward: How to highlight
constexpr in cc-mode (editing C++ code)?
If I use
const as in the following example
const double = 3.14
const gets highlighted as a keyword(1) (i.e., in pink), while if I write
constexpr double = 3.14
constexpr gets highlighted as
all-faces (i.e., no highlighting at all).
Ideally, a simple solution like writing
(add-to-keywords "constexpr") ;; pseudo-code
.emacs without tinkering with the code of cc-mode would be the best for me.
This question might be related: Change the way CC-mode font-lock the C++11
(1) I think that it is a keyword because placing the pointer on the word and doing M-x
customize-face RET I get:
Customize face (default ``font-lock-keyword-face'): and pressing RET I get redirected to the “Easy Customization” wizard.