There isn't a Spyce editor per-se. But there are many editors that will
perform the syntax-highlighting that you are looking for. First, a syntax
file has already been created for VIM. This editor works on almost all the
platform. You can download the syntax file from the contributions section
of the website.
Second, if you choose to use the <% %> (jsp-like) delimeters, then you can
use a whole slew of editors without any problem. They will think that you
are writing JSP and try to highlight the code and html parts (even though
the code is actually Python), and that should help.
As the community grows, I expect that people will write syntax files and
plugins for other editors and environments, including emacs, eclipse and
possibly even dreamweaver.
All the best,
On Wed, 2 Apr 2003, ali wrote:
>is there a spyce editor available??? (aside from jext )???
>am using linux and dont have any plans of installing java on my linux box....
>dont know if this is the right forum but i'll ask it anyway...
>is there a linux counterpart for:
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