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I have now added support for Tex-Style literate code on EclipseFP. It
works, but the editor doesn't yet know how to properly color the code.
Seems like the only kind of literate code it expects is the square
Any ideas on how to fix this?
> I have now added support for Tex-Style literate code on EclipseFP. It
> works, but the editor doesn't yet know how to properly color the code.
> Seems like the only kind of literate code it expects is the square
> brace one.
Yes. The problem is that there is not really a pluggable syntax coloring=20
for Eclipse editors. We would have to define the rules for Tex=20
highlighting. I don't know how complicated that is. There are one or two=20
Tex plugins around (Texlipse and ecletex, both at sf). They have done it=20
afaik with not too much effort.
> Any ideas on how to fix this?
> Thiago Arrais
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