Tim Cross <theophil...@gmail.com> writes:

> All other language specifiers comply to the pattern of source block
> languages being the language major mode name without the '-mode', but
> there is no elisp-mode.

Sorry to be pedantic, but I think shell source blocks are another
exception here. They can use various synonyms for the source language,
such as "shell", "sh", or any other name in org-babel-shell-names. Also,
while "shell-mode" is a major-mode, it is not the mode used by the
source buffer -- it is the mode used for the interactive shell created
by the `shell' command.

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