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I would like to know how to draw a view like in developper studio. In particular, the zone (gray bar)where we can set break points.
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You'll probably need to define your own class for this, especially if you want to be able to edit.

If it is for display only (or single line editing), then a list view might be appropriate.

Have a look at http://www.codeguru.com for some examples of syntax-coloured editors - they would make be a good starting point for the type of view you seem to want (as they already do all their own coding for editing, highlighting etc .. just modify/add some code for the LHS grey area).

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