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Please select here syntax highlighting for which language you miss? (do not add exisitng ones)

MatLab
1 (14.3%)
Lingo
0 (0%)
CFML
0 (0%)
Clarion
2 (28.6%)
1C
0 (0%)
OpenOfficeBasic
1 (14.3%)
Clojure
1 (14.3%)
Scala
2 (28.6%)

Total Members Voted: 5

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Offline alex

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Which syntax highlighting you need?
« on: June 09, 2009, 09:54:15 pm »
the result of the poll would be used to find priority in adding of new schemes.
If language you need is missing here, please post in this thread, I would add it to the poll.

Best regards,
Alex.

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2009, 09:41:50 am »
I'd like a syntax file for OpenOfficeBasic.
Sure, there is already a Basic syntax file, but oriented Microsoft (VB/VBA).

How do you think ?

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2009, 11:27:29 am »
Hello JJK,

I have added it to the list. Let us see who else need it ;) But if I would have time I would add the schema.
Do you know any editor that can highlight it well?

Best regards,
Alex.

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2009, 03:19:00 pm »
Cool, I'll wait. Formatting by HE is so unique and useful ! But
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Do you know any editor that can highlight it well?
Unfortunately, no, none.

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
« Reply #4 on: April 08, 2010, 09:27:01 am »
Apache .conf & .htacsess files highliters to be made easier:

//possible common values 
KeyWords1:           
Code: [Select]
                        from all Indexes None allow deny On Off common warn referer agent
                        standalone combined registry Includes IncludesNoExec
                        Indexes MultiViews ExecCGI FollowSymLinks FileInfo AuthConfig
                        FancyIndexing VersionSort FoldersFirst application INCLUDES
                        nokeepalive downgrade force response localhost type-map
                        user valid-user group env set append Request_URI send-as-is
                        Prefer Fallback Min Full TXT IMG SND VID CMP SSPI prefer-language
                        downgrade-1.0 force-response-1.0 redirect-carefully no-gzip dont-vary

//more codes, that can be XML tags like, i.e. it have to organize foldable sections and so on
KeyWords2:             
Code: [Select]
                       IfDefine IfModule Directory DirectoryMatch Files FilesMatch
                       Location LocationMatch Proxy LimitExcept Limit VirtualHost
// and this - common attribute keys
KeyWords3:
Code: [Select]
                       BrowserMatch ScriptAlias Action LoadModule AddHandler
                        AddCharset AddLanguage AddEncoding AccessFileName AddDefaultCharset
                        ReadmeName HeaderName DefaultIcon AddIcon AddIconByType AddIconByEncoding
                        Options AllowOverride Order Allow Alias Deny Satisfy
                        MIMEMagicFile TypesConfig DefaultType DirectoryIndex UserDir     
                        ScriptInterpreterSource ServerSignature IndexIgnore
                        CustomLog LogFormat LogLevel DocumentRoot ServerName ServerAdmin Port
                        AddModule ClearModuleList ThreadsPerChild MaxRequestsPerChild
                        KeepAliveTimeout MaxKeepAliveRequests KeepAlive Timeout
                        ScoreBoardFile PidFile ServerRoot ServerType
                        UseCanonicalName HostnameLookups IndexOptions
                        LanguagePriority AddType ErrorLog ResourceConfig AccessConfig
                        BindAddress Listen ExtendedStatus CacheNegotiatedDocs AddDescription
                        MetaDir ErrorDocument MetaSuffix SetHandler ProxyRequests ProxyVia
                        CacheRoot CacheSize CacheGcInterval CacheMaxExpire CacheLastModifiedFactor
                        CacheDefaultExpire NoCache NameVirtualHost ProxyPassReverse ProxyPass
                        ExpiresActive ExpiresDefault DavLockDB AddOutputFilterByType AddOutputFilter
                        SSIErrorMsg SSITimeFormat SSIUndefinedEcho SetEnvIf SetEnv JkUriSet JkSet
                        Dav AuthName AuthType SSPIAuth SSPIAuthoritative SSPIOfferBasic SSPIDomain
                        Require Include SetEnvIfNoCase ForceLanguagePriority DeflateCompressionLevel
                        ServerTokens PHPIniDir LoadFile RedirectMatch
and some notes:
1. line comments begins with # (like most UNIX script langs)
2. Keywords are case sensetive

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
« Reply #5 on: April 08, 2010, 10:48:10 am »
Hi SynCap,

welcome on forum.

some questions about syntax:
- is syntax of .htacsess is different from syntax of *.conf files? Than better to have two schemes.
- do you have some complex examples of .htacsess files and *.conf files I can use for verifying of the schemes? (Ok, I have *.conf examples but not of the htacsess).

And thanks for keywords (syntax schemes of course will be better, but OK Apache configuration is rather widely used, so I can do this by myself ;) ).

Best regards,
Alex.
« Last Edit: April 08, 2010, 10:51:33 am by alex »

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
« Reply #6 on: December 11, 2011, 05:02:46 am »
Just starting to read up on Clojure, so that would be nice. Not sure how much the LISP syntax highlighter would do as a stand in.

Some projects at my work are in Scala, and though I don't currently know Scala, that would also be a useful addition. Would prefer to learn a new language in a light-weight text editor rather than an IDE as I think it forces you to remember the syntax better, without relying on an IDE to point out mistakes.

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
« Reply #7 on: December 11, 2011, 06:21:09 pm »
Hi Scully,

I have added both syntaxes to the poll, so let us see how others vote for it.
But actually, if can try to create a syntax schema by your self, and I will do my best to help you there.
As another reason for creating of the new schema is to get free license ;)

Best regards,
Alex.

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
« Reply #8 on: December 26, 2011, 03:47:16 am »
I'd like to have a go, but sadly I don't know either language well enough yet.

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
« Reply #9 on: January 21, 2012, 12:39:18 am »
Please add support for PowerShell

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Re: Which syntax highlighting you need?
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