06-11-2015 12:29 AM - edited 10-26-2015 12:07 AM
During my study of the NetMRI CCS language, I was missing some tool for syntax highlighting. I usually use notepad++ for all my text editing needs, so I've spent some time making a language definition for notepad ++.
It might not be perfect but I though I would share it for others to use:
Instructions for adding it to notepad++ you can find here
It will give you something like this in notepad ++:
06-11-2015 05:55 PM
WOW this is brilliant, I will need to test this when I get home to my Windows box(MAC Laptop here)
Thanks for the hardwork and sharing
10-22-2015 12:19 PM
we'll get to the bottom of it and ensure it's available!
10-26-2015 08:00 AM - edited 10-26-2015 08:13 AM
Of course! BTW, in the "options" menu (top right of the thread) a dropdown selection "email a friend" may be helpful if you'd like colleagues or peers to see this as well. In fact, I'd like to craft a blog and highlight this. Would you mind?
02-02-2017 11:41 PM
For you information.
I've "open sourced" this here:
If there are people that have experience in writing definitions for other editors (Pycharm/IDEA, Atom, ACE editor, Sublime Text, etc...) the feel free to do so. All efforts are welcome.
I've tried to do so for Pycharm, but I haven't gotten my head around it yet...
4 weeks ago
Hi all, I'm using Notepad++ to read some PPCL (proprietary Siemens language). Their comment lines are defined by just a 'C' after the line number, but I'm having trouble telling Notepad++ how to define this and ignore any other line that has a 'C' in it. Has anybody dealt with a user defined language or know of a Notepad++ PPCL plugin? Thanks