Crimson Editor Context files for .s source files

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Twilighte
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Crimson Editor Context files for .s source files

Post by Twilighte » Thu Jan 26, 2012 8:10 pm

Crimson Editor is a free text editor i use for all source code editing under Windows. It uses Link, Spec and Key files for contextual highlighting of source code and stuff :p

http://www.crimsoneditor.com/

Anyway i've only just returned to look at O-Type source again (having had an inspiration to sort out the level scripting) and thought it nice to set up these files in Crimson to make my source files much more legable.

There are three files.
A Link file that links the extension (.s) to the .Key file (Holds keywords and directive words) and the .Spec file which holds the syntax of a .s document. Files are below...

http://www.defence-force.org/ftp/forum/ ... 02-asm.zip

If you are interested in using these files then place each file as follows...

extension.s - Put in /programfiles/Crimson Editor/link directory
6502-asm.key - Put in /programfiles/Crimson Editor/spec directory
6502-asm.spc - Put in /programfiles/Crimson Editor/spec directory

Note if you installed crimson to somewhere other than program files the above address will be slightly different :p

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Post by Chema » Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:02 pm

Thanks Twilighte!

I was looking for a good editor for Oric programming for my Windows-7 PC, and having something with syntax coloring is great!

You might want to add the SEC keyword, which is missing. Also XA supports comments using /* and */, so maybe adding those would be a good idea.

Oh, and xa also supports some other preprocessor directives which are quite useful (such as #ifdef, #else, #endif,...) and I think they are not being colored (?).

Others which might be missing are the segments (.data, .zero, ...) the .word and .asc,...

I will have a look at how to manage projects with this...

Thanks again! And it's great to see you put your hands on OType again :)

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Post by Xeron » Thu Jan 26, 2012 9:03 pm

I'm an Editplus fan myself. I made a Z80 syntax definition for it years ago. If anyone like Editplus, I can probably make an XA syntax for it.

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Post by JamesD » Thu Jan 26, 2012 11:08 pm

I use Notpad++. I wrote syntax configurations for several CPUs and I think the 6502 was one of them. I don't know how complete it is and it was probably not XA syntax.

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Post by barnsey123 » Fri Jan 27, 2012 1:39 pm

Crimson all the way for me (use it all the time at work and for Oric stuff)

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