Writing perl code with colored syntax
Is there a way that I can get colored syntax when I write perl code
with Note Tab. A seach of the archives hasn't proven too helpful.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sachin_karol" <sachin@s...> wrote:
> Is there a way that I can get colored syntax when I write perl
> with Note Tab. A seach of the archives hasn't proven too helpful.Not yet, but when version 5 is released one of these days that is one
of the features we're anticipating.
- At 10:12 PM 1/31/2004 +0000, you wrote:
>Hi,You can launch a little supplementary text viewer/editor to highlight your perl script. Here's one:
> Is there a way that I can get colored syntax when I write perl code
>with Note Tab. A seach of the archives hasn't proven too helpful.
You can use a little clip to launch your current notetab text into this tk perl text editor and it will show up highlighted.
I actually wrote a similar little tk perl text editor last year but haven't done much with it in a long while. Under the circumstances you'll be better off with t-pad which you can freely customize if you like.
I'd be glad to share my clip which I use to launch it. It works fine with t-pad. I have a button for it on my Notetab clipbar so it is quite convenient to use.