[ANN] JXS syntax coloring for SubEthaEdit

May 10, 2008 at 9:15pm

[ANN] JXS syntax coloring for SubEthaEdit

Hi all,

I have written 2 syntax “modes” combining XML syntax coloring with Cg and
GLSL, to properly display the mixed format in JXS files. The code inside
< ![CDATA[ and ]]> tags is treated as Cg or GLSL, the code outside as XML.

I have set the default to GLSL when opening a .jxs file. I picked that one
because GLSL seems most common amongst Jitter shaders.

If you have SubEthaEdit installed the only thing you need to do is double
click the .mode files and the app will install them for you.

This is a first shot, so there might still be things missing. Report any
missing types/methods and I’ll add them. The zip is in a temp location, I’ll
put it in a proper page later.

http://www.vauxlab.com/tmp/JxsModes.zip

Hope this is useful to some of you.

Cheers,
Thijs

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May 11, 2008 at 11:24am

thats great, i use notepad++ for windows codeing and found something of a
similar hack.
http://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=4684507
but couldnt get it work, if anyone get it working please share and let us
windows user have a working free glsl ide (or at least code highlights)

On Sun, May 11, 2008 at 12:15 AM, Thijs Koerselman <
thijskoerselman@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I have written 2 syntax “modes” combining XML syntax coloring with Cg and
> GLSL, to properly display the mixed format in JXS files. The code inside
> < ![CDATA[ and ]]> tags is treated as Cg or GLSL, the code outside as XML.
>
> I have set the default to GLSL when opening a .jxs file. I picked that one
> because GLSL seems most common amongst Jitter shaders.
>
> If you have SubEthaEdit installed the only thing you need to do is double
> click the .mode files and the app will install them for you.
>
> This is a first shot, so there might still be things missing. Report any
> missing types/methods and I’ll add them. The zip is in a temp location, I’ll
> put it in a proper page later.
>
> http://www.vauxlab.com/tmp/JxsModes.zip
>
> Hope this is useful to some of you.
>
> Cheers,
> Thijs
>
>
>
>
>

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