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Syntax colored editor like the IDE-editor

Posted on 1997-09-04
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I know that Stingray Software are creating one at the moment, however do you have suggestions where to find  another kind of CEditView-like control which support syntax-colored editing of source code based on keywords/comments (same as the IDE-editor)
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Take a look at www.tetradyne.com SourceView control.
Or you cam implement it yourself by creating a dictionary of keywords and matching keyword to last edited word(s). If there is a match then you cam repaint selected word(s) in specified colors.
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I've tried syntax highlighting the Rich Edit Control and it works
fine except when you load the file it takes too long. SourceView
is what I'm currently using and it works great!



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