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February 3, 2006 at 3:31 pm #19

Nzbuu
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I’ve managed to put together a scheme for syntax highlighting for MATLAB. I’ll post a link once I’ve had a chance to get it on my website.

If I’ve not done it in a few days, then please remind me.

Cheers,

James

February 3, 2006 at 10:29 pm #14813

Nzbuu
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As promised, you can find the MATLAB scheme here: http://www.jamesmyatt.co.uk/page.php?target=pnotepad&style=default

Any comments are very welcome.

In addition, my website’s also under development so comments on that are welcome too.

Cheers,

James

February 4, 2006 at 10:08 am #14814

jreinhardt
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Thank you for the scheme.

I am working with octave, a free software that is mostly syntax compatible to Matlab.

(www.octave.org)

In Octave it is possible to put comments behind a #. I don’t know what Matlab does with this sort of comments, but perhaps it would be possible to add it to your scheme.

What about adding keywords for common functions?

February 6, 2006 at 7:35 pm #14815

Nzbuu
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Right, I’ve added Octave and renamed the file. It’s still linked to from the same place tho’.

I’m working on the common functions. Well, I’m working on other function: I got a full list of all the functions in the base version of MATLAB .

My current best guess at the more complex version is available at:

http://www.jamesmyatt.co.uk/pnotepad/matlab_complex.scheme

However, be warned: it doesn’t actually work any better than the simple version.

Any suggestions on how to add the additional keyword classes would be warmly welcomed.

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