I'm using ScintillaNet (thanks!!) for a simple but specialised XML file editor. I have got most things working fine, but am stumped by one item: I want xml content to be displayed with fold/unfold marks corresponding to the content depth .. i.e. a line with
<stuff> on it would have a fold-mark.
The demo editor Scide does this automatically when you load an Xml file, but my editor doesn't, though it does syntax-highlight Xml properly. I wondered if it was something to do with making a margin visible, but I can't see anything about that in the docs,
and Scide doesn't seem to do anything specific that way.
How can I enable auto-folding?
A few general comments:
- ScintillaNet is really good - thanks very much - but why has there been no official release of 3.x or 4.x?
- Why is Scide/ScintillaNet still using v1.7 of Scintilla.dll - is there a problem with later versions?
- It would be good to see an official interface to set a specific editor font for all text, without having to implement a whole styling UI. My current solution involves a for-loop setting all Style[i].Font properties, but this seems like a huge hack to me.