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verion

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It seems that I can't read the code without syntax highlighting :)

So if that is your case - and you want code editor with syntax highlighting for .nut files - use links below.
And if you know any editor that highlights .nut syntax - post your links using this scheme:

++++++++++++++++++++++
start of how to format info
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operating-system
=============

#name-of-software

editor:
link-to-download-editor

plugins/extension:
link-to-plugin-extension (if needed)

info:
additional-info-about-how-to-make-it-work (if needed)

++++++++++++++++++++++
end of how to format info
++++++++++++++++++++++





Windows
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#notepad++ (info from liquid8d)

editor:
http://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/

plugin/extension:
http://forum.liberty-unleashed.co.uk/index.php?topic=442.0


OS X
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#Brackers

editor:
http://brackets.io

plugin/extension:
Language switcher extension for Brackets https://github.com/p4bl1t0/brackets-languageswitcher/archive/master.zip

info:
- install extension as above
- from top menu select File Language
- select language from list (there is no squirrel syntax, but for me Groovy works quite ok - and that is most important for me - properly marking comments)


#Sublime Text 3 (not free)

editor:
http://brackets.io

plugin/extension:


info:
Just download all files from link abowe, open your sublime text and go to "preferences > browse packages ", then open 'user' folder and drop all downloaded files there. Restart your sublime text and that's all - autocomplete and squirrel syntax highlighting should work.
« Last Edit: September 12, 2015, 01:40:06 PM by verion »