The StartExpr and EndExpr properties are builton regular expression. =
So any regular expression is valid. This is what I use in my apps:
for that to work, u need to have the caseSensitive version of multisyn. =
(that is, saving u to type [sS], instead, you only need to switch a =
CaseSensitive property in MultiSyn). If you don't have it, i'll see if i =
can find it in my hardrive.
----- Original Message -----=20
From: Jacob Dybala=20
Sent: Friday, September 28, 2001 3:40 AM
Subject: [Synedit-devel] (no subject)
This is my first posting on this list so please be pacient. This is =
a problem, that has been bothering me eversince I started using SynEdit =
(mwEdit at the time). I know how to make "choices" i.e.: big or small =
letter ([eE]) but how do I make choices like "it can be there but does =
not have to"? Example:
<style type=3D"text/css"> and <style type=3Dtext/css>
Although the second example is NOT proper HTML I wish to include it in =
my highlighter due to the fact, that some programs generate this type of =
code, and sites do contain it (www.yahoo.com).
So my question is: how would I mark the " character so it can either =
be there or not.
Thank you for you help,