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This page is for text editor modes and resources to enable ADL editing with normal text editors. If you have some resources, please add under the appropriate heading below, or create a new heading if necessary.

Gvim

Gvim is an editor that supports both vi and visual modes seamlessly.

Syntax

Editor Resources / Files

Installation / Usage Instructions

Screen shots

Maintainer

ADL

adl.vim syntax file
ADL dark blue colour scheme
filetype.vim mods file

Installation

Manual:

  • Add the adl.vim to the directory .../gvim_install_dir/syntax; 
  • Add the darkblue_adl.vim file to .../gvim_install_dir/colors
  • Update the file .../gvim_install_dir/filetype.vim with the lines you find in the filetype_mods.vim file.

Or

  • install in your ~/.vim directory

Otherwise

  • use something like pathogen to manage properly.

Description

The syntax file is still pretty rough, since going further requires mastering vimscript to a greater level than I have time for right now.

The general approach for improvements is probably to add matching rules for cADL and ODIN syntax, and then map these onto colour settings as desired.

Thomas Beale

Notepad++

Notepad++ is a freeware Windows text editor, see http://notepad-plus-plus.org / for more information

Syntax

Editor Resources / Files

Installation / Usage Instructions

Screen shots

Maintainer

ADL

User-defined language file for ADL

Install via main menu->Languages-User-defined Language-> Import.

Then restart Notepad++

Armando Prieto, Venezuela

Textpad

text-editor for Windows, see http://www.textpad.com for more information

Syntax

Editor Resources / Files

Installation / Usage Instructions

Screen shots

Maintainer

ADL

Syntax-file for Textpad

Please add the file to the application-directory where other *.syn files are kept.

This is on many systems:
Program Files (x86)\TextPad 5\system\

Bert Verhees

Kate/KDevelop

Linux-KDE text-editors which use the same resources.

Syntax

Editor Resources / Files

Installation / Usage Instructions

Screen shots

Maintainer

ADL

Syntax-file for KDE

Add the file to the directory in your home-directory where other KDE support-files are added. This is probably:
.kde/share/apps/katepart/syntax/

Also configure the use of the file in ./kde/share/config/katesyntaxhighlightingrc like this:

[Cache /home/$user/.kde/share/apps/katepart/syntax/adl.xml]
author=
extension=.adl;.ADL
hidden=false
indenter=
lastModified=1316521555
license=LGPL
mimetype=text/x-adl
name=ADL
priority=
section=Scripts
style=
version=1.0

Please replace $user with your username.
There are many examples in this file how to do it.

Bert Verhees

GNU Emacs

GNU Emacs is an extensible, customizable, self-documenting, real-time display editor with macros.

Syntax

Editor Resources / Files

Installation / Usage Instructions

Screen shots

Maintainer

ADL

Emacs major mode for ADL

Please see the github project

Akimichi Tatsukawa, Japan

 

Brackets / Extension ADL Syntax Highlighting

Brackets - an open source code editor for the web.

Syntax

Editor Resources / Files

Installation / Usage Instructions

Screen shots

Maintainer

ADL

ADL Syntax Highlighting - Extension for Brackets

To install this extension in Brackets, choose;

File > Extension Manager > Available

Search for: Adl Syntax Highlighting

Marand, Slovenia

 

 

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