c-add-language is a compiled Lisp function in `
(c-add-language MODE BASE-MODE)
Declare a new language in the language dependent variable system.
This is intended to be used by modes that inherit CC Mode to add new
languages. It should be used at the top level before any calls to
`c-lang-defconst'. MODE is the mode name symbol for the new language,
and BASE-MODE is the mode name symbol for the language in CC Mode that
is to be the template for the new mode.
The exact effect of BASE-MODE is to make all language constants that
haven't got a setting in the new language fall back to their values in
BASE-MODE. It does not have any effect outside the language constant