Delimiters for groups (
>>) and blocks (
end) are treated as brackets. Either highlighting of
matching group and block delimiters (consistent with the
library (see Automatic Display Of Matching Parentheses in The Emacs Editor)) or (group only) blink matching is toggled by
reduce-show-delim-mode. Highlighting is turned on
automatically when REDUCE mode is selected if
reduce-show-delim-mode is non-nil, which it is by default if the
paren library is in use. See Automatic Display Of
Matching Parentheses in The Emacs Editor, all of which applies to
this extended bracket matching facility.
Beware: Currently highlighting of matching group and block delimiters works only when point is at the end of the delimiter. This may be changed in future.
Toggle REDUCE Show Delim mode. With a prefix argument, turn REDUCE Show
Delim mode on if and only if the argument is positive. When REDUCE Show
Delim mode is enabled, any matching delimiter is highlighted after
show-paren-delay seconds of Emacs idle time.
See Customization of the REDUCE IDE.
Groups and blocks are regarded as “symbolic expressions” (sexp’s) by
Move forward across one balanced expression. With an argument, do it that many times.
Move backward across one balanced expression. With an argument, do it that many times.