Is there a way to get syntax highlighting in files that don't have a filename extension? It's not uncommon for Python files to have no extension but rely on the '#!/usr/bin/python' to identify the type. Thanks.
Not currently... (Eclipse does not support it) you can try voting for it at eclipse.org...
The bug for that is: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?format=multiple&id=46297
I'm a newbie to Eclipse so sorry if this is a dumb one, but could one get around this by creating a main.py and then copying main.py to "name_of_cli_tool" as part of the build process? If so then how? (I've been trying to find out how to do this for hours!).
You can create a 'builder': right-click your project, choose 'builders', then 'new' > 'program'. Point the location to an executable that does what you want -- and in 'build options', you should specify the 'relevant resources' so that it only makes this build when that specific file is changed.
Thanks for that! Very helpful.
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