LotusScript 4.0 (R5) mode for jEdit

This file gives syntax highlighting of LotusScript in jEdit (tested with 4.1 and 4.2pre1). Put it into (jEdit home)/modes and add these lines to the (jEdit home)/modes/catalog file: <MODE NAME=”lotusscript” FILE=”lotusscript.xml” FILE_NAME_GLOB=”*.{ls,lss}” /> Original post at jedit.org Added Me. Whitespace control added, thanks Alexander Knie!

Blog 2003-04-29 22:37:28

I have to apologize for not mentioning in advance that we were changing our ISP today. There will be problems reaching the site for a few days.

Blog 2003-04-23 22:28:58

Got the Core Java Technologies Tech Tips via mail today, and it tipped about validating URLs, a technique that can (and should) be used in blogs to remove URLs that are broken. I know Anthony have made something that could be useful.

Blog 2003-04-23 00:18:49

Deja vu! Russell Beattie makes me think back to when computers, like the Sinclair Spectrum, Atari 1040 and Amiga 500 all where built in the keyboard! And they were quiet too, with no fans or hard drives :-). Now, all PCs, except the newest ones, sounds as jumbojets! My next project is to buy parts […]

Blog 2003-04-22 00:04:34

I normally use TextPad when editing text files, as it is very fast. But jEdit has several advantages. Like it´s built-in BeanShell support. It can be used to change a text programatically. Say, for instance, that you have a list of fields that you want to delete with an agent. You could just select all […]