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Re: [jasspa] HTML-Hilight inside tcl file

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  • Steven Phillips
    Detlef, Can you please send me an example and I will look at this. Also did you have any thoughts on the single template file approach? Steve
    Message 1 of 2 , May 10, 2004
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      Detlef,

      Can you please send me an example and I will look at this. Also did you have
      any thoughts on the single template file approach?

      Steve

      > Subject: [jasspa] HTML-Hilight inside tcl file
      > From: Dr. Detlef Groth <dgroth@...>
      > Date: Monday, May 10, 2004, 9:20:24 AM
      > To: jasspa@yahoogroups.com
      > Hello,

      > Hope everybody has a nice weekend.

      > I am trying to get some HTML-hilighting inside a tcl-source file.
      > Inside an if {0} block I added some html documentation for documenting
      > a package:

      > to mytcl.emf I added:
      > ; Force the hilighting mode to load if not already loaded.
      > !if ¬ &exi .hilight.html
      > !force execute-file "hkhtml"
      > !endif
      > ; If the hilighting mode is loaded then modify it.
      > !if &and &sin "h" .fhook-html.setup &band .hilight.flags 0x02
      > hilight .hilight.tcl 0x80 "^>html>" .hilight.html .scheme.hide
      > hilight .hilight.html 0x80 "^>tcl>" .hilight.tcl .scheme.hide
      > !endif

      > However It does not work as expected. Only the line:
      >>html>
      > and the first tag
      > <html> are hilighted. Any ideas ?

      > regards,
      > Detlef





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