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== Basic Control with Syntax Highlighting ==
 
== Basic Control with Syntax Highlighting ==
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=== Basics ===
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To make it easier to define syntax highlighting for any language the smart-code framework uses unlike the Eclipse IDE a declarative language named ldef.
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The first step when integrating a syntax highlighting editor into your application is to create a file ending with .ldef (eg java.ldef, ...).
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=== Dependencies ===
  
 
== Adding support for Autocomplete Features ==
 
== Adding support for Autocomplete Features ==
  
 
== Adding support for Error-Markers ==
 
== Adding support for Error-Markers ==

Revision as of 07:37, 26 February 2016

e(fx)clipse provides a SmartCode-Editing Framework who can be embedded in fairly any application (not only OSGi)

Integration into OSGi

Basic Control with Syntax Highlighting

Basics

To make it easier to define syntax highlighting for any language the smart-code framework uses unlike the Eclipse IDE a declarative language named ldef.

The first step when integrating a syntax highlighting editor into your application is to create a file ending with .ldef (eg java.ldef, ...).

Dependencies

Adding support for Autocomplete Features

Adding support for Error-Markers

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