MultiSyn already uses regular expressions for the start/end scheme
markers. That's why you have to escape the ? for php.
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Tuesday, June 25, 2002, 7:47:43 PM, you wrote:
EM> RE: [Synedit-devel] removal of AspAttribute in HTML highlighter
EM> ----- Original Message -----
EM> From: Flávio Etrusco
EM> To: 'synedit-devel@... '
EM> Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2002 2:26 PM
EM> Subject: RE: [Synedit-devel] removal of AspAttribute in HTML highlighter
>>I mean the VBScript highlighter (although an ASP script may be written in
EM> JScript, and the VBScript might be used as client-side script on IE...)
EM> I made an ASP highlighter using MultiSyn, attaching to it VBScript, CSS,
EM> JScript and HTML. I would like to suggest the use of regular expression to
EM> start/end string of a scheme in MultiSyn. For instance, there is a lot of
EM> Best regards,
EM> Eduardo Mauro
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