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Editor with Highlighting

Has some on a component (with full source) for developing an Editor with Highlighting. Or how can i create this (Which component should i use for it)
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snoopy_Spy
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edeyCommented:
there is this page for the MWEDIT project:

http://members.xoom.com/primozg/mw/mwedit.htm

and this undu article on syntax highlighters:

http://www.undu.com/Articles/981027d.html


GL
Mike
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LischkeCommented:
Yup, mwEdit is a good one, but if you want Widestring/Unicode support as well as other stuff e.g. the IDE offers (like tabulator handling) then tell me and I send you my TSyntaxEdit (still in beta, as I'm in the process on finishing my Unicode unit which provides the search engines to the edit control).

Ciao, Mike
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xpherCommented:
Hi Mike
Any chance of a copy of TSyntaxEdit?

email chris@chrazel.force9.co.uk

cheers hoping
Chris
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snoopy_SpyAuthor Commented:
Hi mike,
Please send it to snoopy@rudolfinum.sth.ac.at
Thanxs
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LischkeCommented:
Okay, guys, its on the way to you. But keep in mind it is still beta and no help available!

Ciao, Mike
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xpherCommented:
Hi Mike
It may be beta but it's damned impressive. Wordwrap?

cheers
Chris
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LischkeCommented:
Mmm, I thought a while about implementing word wrap, but I finally decided against it as it would require a remarkable amount of extra work in an already very complex control. Just to give you a hint: with Unicode words may not be separated by spaces and need to be wrapped by very language specific rules which involve sometimes lookups in large dictionaries because the rules cannot be expressed by algorithms.


snoopy,

what will now happen with your question here?

Ciao, Mike
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