[stringtemplate-interest] SttingTemplate language editor
simon_may at bridleway.freeserve.co.uk
Sun May 18 11:40:07 PDT 2008
Hi. I should have mentioned that I work in Visual Studio. I have also
thought about writing an editor based on a Syntax Editor Control, there are
a few out there. But I a) have not experience in this area and b) know that
without an AST (or similar - as I say I am on foreign ground here) it would
Still here's hoping we can resolve it soon.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rabea Gransberger" <rgransberger at gmx.de>
Cc: <stringtemplate-interest at antlr.org>
Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2008 7:04 PM
Subject: Re: [stringtemplate-interest] SttingTemplate language editor
> I started writing an eclipse plugin for ST syntax highlighting, outline
> and maybe more. But I would like to wait for a release of ST which uses
> two grammars instead of one
> so that it is possible to have an AST for a file. It's to difficult to
> continue with the plugin without an AST. Until now it has some basic
> highlighting and an outline (which works not so very well at all).
> Have you tried out this one?
> Simon May schrieb:
>> I have been using ST for a code generation for a couple of years now and
>> have amassed many hundreds of templates in groups running to thousands of
>> lines. Best thing since sliced bread compared with the old ways of doing
>> things (asp model generators like codsmith). These group files are big
>> and complicated and editing with the equivilent of notepad sucks. Often a
>> small syntax error can really mess me up for hours trying to find it.
>> Does anyone have or know of an editor with some intelligence that can
>> help me out.
>> Thanks in advance
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