ScintillaNet SandBox

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Nov 6, 2013 at 2:57 PM
One of the big problems in creating a new ScintillaNet XML file is determining what Lexer to use and finding out what styles are available with the Lexer and more specifically what they are used for. A utility program has been created to address that problem. I have named it ScintillaNet SandBox because it is a place to play with the different Lexers and Languages. It also outputs XML files for style set for any of the native Scintilla Lexers.

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Look for the SandBox section at:
http://www.keywild.com/SQLite/KeyWild_SQLite_index.htm

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Nov 7, 2013 at 2:28 PM
Very cool. Thanks man!

Jacob
Nov 7, 2013 at 9:25 PM
You are welcome.
The PDF document for SandBox also lays out as the section structure of the Scintilanet XML files as best I could figure it out.
This app sorts out most of the information about the Lexers and the associated Styles but SandBox falls short of addressing such things as tooltips, snippets and language properties.