Programming code is often filled with comment annotations indicating stuff that should be done in the future.
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Normally Emacs doesn’t highlight such comment annotations, unless you’re using some minor mode like fic-mode. I find such mode overkill given the fact we can cook a pretty decent solution in just about 5 lines of code:
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And that’s all there is to it. This code is not perfect, since it
FIXME: everywhere in the source code (as opposed to
only in comments), but it’s extremely highly unlikely that it’ll
appear outside of the source comments anyways.
As usual Prelude users get this functionally for free out-of-the-box.