[Lazarus] ctrl mouse link in "compiler directives" or comments (which color)?
lazarus at mfriebe.de
Tue Jul 15 11:50:50 CEST 2008
Mattias Gärtner wrote:
>> On the other Hand if ever an optimizer should bundle other words (like
>> identifiers with the separating dots) into one word, then the current
>> method would fail as well.
> I *thought* the new marker concept would handle this. Marker bounds should be
> independent of highlighter bounds.
The new Markup will handle this, that is why I was asking.
Because If I needed to carry the current behaviour, I would need to do a
lot of extra steps.
I will most likely let the user decide on coloring via the
Editor-Enviroments/Highlighter settings (as for Special-Line or
Selection). So if the user set foreground to "default" (clNone) there
will only be underlining. Otherwise there is a fixed color.
I am still looking into getting underlining via fontstyle to work reliable.
The new Markup will handle:
- "Highlight all" currently for incremental search, but planed also for
normal sarch/replace, or outside search (other occurrences of selected
block, or word under cursor)
- Matching Brackets
- Special Lines
- Selected Block
as well as new Markups. (e.g. for code-templates)
All Markups work independent of the Highlighter. They only instruct to
keep/alter/override selected color or style information.
Each Markup works similar to a plug-in, so it will be easy to write
extra markup-modules. Hopefully I will have the next part of the
implementation ready by the end of this week.
As a side effect it also has several fixes:
- Bracket highlight with utf8 chars in line
- Block and special line with Foreground=clNone (just change the
Background Color, keep the Foreground according to highlighter); depends
on settings. (probably also honour font style)
- Display of selection in column mode, if some lines include tabs
- Paintlines will be simplified. Selected-Block Highlighting happens
before the token Accu. So all tokens that are in the selection can be
joined in the token-accu
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