#20 updated built-in pattern sets and styles


Patches for highlightData.c and preferences.c, updating
all buil-in patterns, and adding patterns for regex,
CSS, and XML.

Added styles Regex, Pointer, and Warning.


  • Joor Loohuis

    Joor Loohuis - 2001-08-06

    patch (generated with diff -c)

  • Scott Tringali

    Scott Tringali - 2001-08-07
    • assigned_to: nobody --> tringali
    • status: open --> open-fixed
  • Scott Tringali

    Scott Tringali - 2001-08-07

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    I've committed the updates, with a few small changes:

    1) Renamed "CSS2" to "CSS" to be consistent with other
    pattern names (no version numbers)
    2) Renamed "regex" to "Regex" to be consistent with other
    pattern names (all have caps, even if the language
    doesn't, e.g., "Sh Ksh Bash")
    3) The C pattern is left out for now until performance
    problems/overcoloring is worked out.

    I ran quick smoke tests on the new updates for which I
    have code laying around for: CSS, XML, C, C++, Perl, and
    Tcl. My smoke test is to load up the largest source file
    I have in that language, grab the scrollbar, and scroll
    wildly. (Not too scientific, to be sure.) If there's no
    perceptible delay that wasn't already there in 5.1.1, it
    gets my blessing. I must say the new CSS and XML patterns
    are quick, good-looking, and well thought out.

    Far more languages were updated, so please try them out.

    Checking in ReleaseNotes;
    /cvsroot/nedit/nedit/ReleaseNotes,v <-- ReleaseNotes
    new revision: 1.9; previous revision: 1.8
    Checking in source/highlightData.c;
    /cvsroot/nedit/nedit/source/highlightData.c,v <--
    new revision: 1.14; previous revision: 1.13
    Checking in source/preferences.c;
    /cvsroot/nedit/nedit/source/preferences.c,v <--
    new revision: 1.28; previous revision: 1.27

  • Alexander Mai

    Alexander Mai - 2001-08-25

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    Closing it.

  • Alexander Mai

    Alexander Mai - 2001-08-25
    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed

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