Is there an editor that allows syntax highlighting to be specified with regular expressions. For example: /e??/ would match the general registers.
Posted on 2001-06-24 21:10:00 by eet_1024
In UltraEdit, the syntax highlighting is specified in a text file. You can use the C syntax as an example to specify the ASM highlighting.
Posted on 2001-06-25 06:36:00 by karim
eet_1024, there's a source file editor called nedit, which I use for unix (yuk) programs, it uses regular expressions and keyword lists for syntax hilighting. there is a Win32 port, but I have never used it, so I don't know what it's like... nedit homepage umbongo
Posted on 2001-06-25 07:39:00 by umbongo