i'm testing screem these days and i think i've found what
i'm looking :)
However i got a question:
since i use to edit files which i give the extension tmpl
(for the HTML::Template perl modul) i would like to have screem recognizing it as a new mime-type. Is it something
that i can do on my own (as a user) or does it need more than that ?
Very simple to do.
From the Gnome Control Center select mime-types, find text/html in the list of mime-types and select edit. In the entry beneath the extensions type tmpl, then select add
well having said the above this would make it highlight as html, to do proper highlighting would require a syntax file writing.
Look in $HOME/.screem/syntax for examples. However some of the html features may not work this way as there are still some hardcoded checks for html/sgml/xml files.
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