RichEdit syntax coloring

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Re: RichEdit syntax coloring

Postby D.J.Peters » Sep 08, 2020 8:38

SARG wrote:Maybe I would use your code. Do you agree ?
"agree" for what ?
It's Windows API not any trick !

Do what ever you like with this demo code.

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Re: RichEdit syntax coloring

Postby D.J.Peters » Sep 08, 2020 10:59

Pitfalls to avoid stings in single or multiline comments ha ha ha
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What a f***

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Re: RichEdit syntax coloring

Postby aurelVZAB » Sep 08, 2020 14:56

Joshy
I understand that is not real editor
thanks on explanation about assembly that is not needed..
well for a difference I use only Windows for programming and for most other things
I never compile anything on linux even i have one installed on one of my old computers
---shame on me again---
ahh you say FLTK...i don't know but i simply don't like to use all this external libs on windows
windows api programs sometimes not work properly then with IUP,Fltk and others we have just more troubles
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Re: RichEdit syntax coloring

Postby nastasa eodor » Sep 24, 2020 11:14

i promise you that, so that is http://rqwork.de/zips/richedit_highlight.zip
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Re: RichEdit syntax coloring

Postby aurelVZAB » Sep 24, 2020 20:23

Ohh
thanks !!
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Re: RichEdit syntax coloring

Postby nastasa eodor » Sep 25, 2020 7:39

aurelVZAB wrote:Ohh
thanks !!

no mention, i hope that help you, you can develop a real editor
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Re: RichEdit syntax coloring

Postby aurelVZAB » Sep 25, 2020 10:40

I hope too,in first place i need small editor for my new interpreter that i can use it without need
for scintilla ,well i like it of course..but require one .dll more.
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Re: RichEdit syntax coloring

Postby nastasa eodor » Sep 27, 2020 7:09

aurelVZAB wrote:I hope too,in first place i need small editor for my new interpreter that i can use it without need
for scintilla ,well i like it of course..but require one .dll more.


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