Author Topic: Custom Lexers for C::B? (Was: XML file types?)  (Read 15957 times)

Offline rickg22

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Re: XML file types?
« Reply #15 on: August 18, 2005, 01:50:18 am »
Thomas, mind posting the lexer on the SF patch requests? That's what they are for, after all ;-)

Anyway, I'm considering adding a lexer for CLIPPER since that's what we use at the job and i'm dying to use C::B instead of the DOS editor we use there :lol:.

Unfortunately that requires Scintilla 1.64, and wxwidgets' is 1.54 :(.

On the good news, i finally found out how to use the wxScintilla control! :D It's a *nearly exact* copy of STC. That means we only have to compile it (gulp :shock: lol) and link to it. Even the constants are the same!  8)

I also consider that a plus, since we would have to spare the author from having to *make* STC separatedly. It would just compile as part of the Code::Blocks package :)
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Offline thomas

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Re: XML file types?
« Reply #16 on: August 18, 2005, 02:00:59 pm »
Thomas, mind posting the lexer on the SF patch requests? That's what they are for, after all ;-)
Already did last evening :)  RQ 1262336
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Anyway, I'm considering adding a lexer for CLIPPER since that's what we use at the job and i'm dying to use C::B instead of the DOS editor we use there :lol:.
Lol, I would die if I had to use CLIPPER at all.

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I also consider that a plus [...]
Big plus, yes.
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