SciTE erlang support source code patches

Peter-Henry Mander <>
Tue Jun 3 17:07:18 CEST 2003


Hi James,

You're welcome to have a look, I'm open to suggestions and improvements. 
I'd be interested to know if this also compiles properly under 
M$-Windows too.

Unless you wish to avoid (re)compiling from source, perhaps the best for 
me to keep track of changes is for you to use the patches I sent to 
Chris Pressey which I've included.

It's not perfect, I've noticed a mistake in the erlang.properties file, 
so I've added that too, and forwarded this mail to Chris for his benefit.

Pete.

James Hague wrote:
>>I'm planning to feed back my work into the SciTE
>>project so that Erlang  becomes one of the many
>>languages it supports. But before I do, is 
>>anyone interested in giving it a spin and offering
>>some criticism?
> 
> 
> After seeing your post I tried SciTE.  Very nice!  I'd be interested in
> seeing your Erlang support for it.
> 
> James
> 
> 

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