It would be good to add posibility to collapse blocks of code and from bottom side too. For me, often blocks have over 70 lines and it's a bit problematical to scroll up each time to collapse long section of code.
in C-like languages you can jump to matching opening brace with CTRL+B shortcut.
What about XML? It would be cool if it would be possible to either collapse a node at its closing tag or to jump to the opening tag from the closing tag via Ctrl+B.
I hate XMl with passion, I have no idea how to enable jump to opening tab in XML.
Try asking in https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/scintilla-interest
I use XML where it fits :-)
The lexer has the information about the matching XML tags since corresponding tags are highlighted. Is it possible to get it via API (NP++ or Scintilla)? If it's possible then it should be an easy task to write a script using the python plugin. But does such API exist?
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