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Syntax highlight CSS in a swing app?

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I've build a small swing app for editing and merging CSS files, which I have to do often. Currently I use JTextArea instances for displaying the contents of the files. Ideally, I'd like to have color syntax highlighting of the CSS. Is there an easy enough way to do that?

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FeralCTO
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