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By owen
#188328
OK so I emailed the developer (Vadim) and whilst you cannot add languages yourself he did say:
"There is no way to add the new highlight into CodeBox manually.
However, I would add it myself if you share .tmSyntax with me.

So the next version of the app would bring support for GDL snippets :)"
So if i manage to get a syntax working it may make it into Codeboxs' language library. A little daunting!
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By Joachim Suehlo
#188342
Thank You Owen for sharing your work with us.
Great Job!
Code Collapsing is a great feature for overlooking the Code;
if you are writing disciplined code (e.g. in the coordinate transformations)
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By owen
#188437
Updated:

- Small fix to regex used to identify keyword boundaries via adjacent whitespace characters. Should now correctly work with only single whitespace between keywords

cheers,

owen
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By runxel
#240215
There is another great (if not the best) editor out there, called Sublime Text. It runs on all platforms.

I made a package that gives you syntax highlighting, auto completion and snippets. Please look at the Github page for more detailed infos.
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By owen
#240405
runxel,

this is really great .. something like this should have been built into the AC GDL editor a long time ago

almost makes me want to dust of an unfinished GDL project and finish it :)
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By runxel
#240610
owen wrote: this is really great .. something like this should have been built into the AC GDL editor a long time ago

almost makes me want to dust of an unfinished GDL project and finish it :)
Hello Owen!
Thank you very much for your commendation (my warmest thanks to you too, Jochen, of course!).