dreadicon Posted December 5, 2014 Share Posted December 5, 2014 (edited) So, had these around for about a month, was encouraged to share them by some friendly fellow modders. It's just some syntax highlighting language settings for use with Module Manager files in Notepad++. Please give any feedback, and/or feel free to make your own highlighting based on this. INSTRUCTIONSDownload the xml Notepad++ language config file from here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2WmuS1jXmpXMl82WTl5QnRXclE/viewJust save it, then in Notepad++ go to Language -> User Defined Language -> Import... then select the downloaded file. Finally, restart Notepad++, load up the MM file, and then go to Language -> Module Manager (near the bottom)Note that because MM doesnt use a unique file extension, you will have to select the syntax highlighting each time you open a new file.There is also no intellisense/auto-complete either, as Notepad++ custom syntax highlighting is quite basic currently (without diving into manual XML tweaking, and even then)LICENSEIf relevant/needed, license is EPL: https://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.htmlThink of it like a compromise between LGPL and BSD/Apache. Basically, you can make derivative works, and do as you wish, with the caveat that changes are offered upstream, and copyleft only kicks in when the source is made available. For purposes here, I am making a single addendum as follows: 'available in source code form' refers to when the creator of the derivative work allows for further derivative works of any kind, not when the source is available. (otherwise this is basically just LGPL due to the work being inherently in source code form)Let me know if the license is a moot point, or violates anything! A PM to me with the new language file would suffice for the upstream requirement. Edited December 5, 2014 by dreadicon Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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