After a couple of hours work, I have now successfully converted my
application to SynEdit v.1.01! Not that I feel a big difference, but it
gives me some new possibilities and since mwEdit is dead, it seems like a
As far as the Modelica language is concerned, the language is a language for
modeling physical systems, e.g. electrical systems, mechanical systems or
thermodynamic systems. It saw the first light of day in 1996 and has
continued to grow since then. Today companies like Ford, Toyota and United
Technologies are using it for modeling some of their components.
The only other editor that supports Modelica (as far as I know) is emacs.
Therefore I wrote the Free Modelica Editor in Delphi.
I can give you a link on it if you like.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: synedit-devel-admin@...
> [mailto:synedit-devel-admin@... Behalf Of Michael
> Sent: 24. oktober 2000 18:35
> To: synedit-devel@...
> Subject: Re: [Synedit-devel] Multi line strings
> > By the way: I've written an application using mwEdit to support the
> > Modelica language (see http://www.modelica.org). I now consider converting
> > to SynEdit. Would that be easy?
> I think so. There should be a text how to do this on the SynEdit
> website http://synedit.sourceforge.net.
> David, are you still reading this? Please tell me whether you still
> have the time and are willing to update this website, otherwise we
> might need to find somebody else to do it.
> > Further, once I get the syntax highlighter for the Modelica language
> > running in SynEdit, would you consider it to make it part of the
> > SynEdit distribution?
> What shall I say?
> Do you consider this a fairly commonly used language? It's just that
> we have already some specimens for the Weird Section...
> On the other hand, if it demonstrates an interesting way to code
> things I would be interested to include it. Just decide yourself, and
> send it to me if you think it should be included for the benefit of
> Michael Hieke
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