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How to make his own SciLexer?

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Hello there!

Has someone an tutorial or an example-script, which shows how to make his own Sci-Lexer in AutoIt?

Thanks a lot!

Have a nice day,

Matthias

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Hello there!

Has someone an tutorial or an example-script, which shows how to make his own Sci-Lexer in AutoIt?

Thanks a lot!

Have a nice day,

Matthias

What do you mean?

Do you want to use the existing Lexers in SciLexer.dll ? (see kip's example)

Do you want to write your own lexer for another Lexer ? (See the Interest website for Scintilla how this can be done in C++)

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Hello again!

Yes, I'm meaning how to write my own Sci Lexer.

I know that homepage, but how can I do it in AutoIt?

Have a nice day,

Matthias

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Hello again!

Yes, I'm meaning how to write my own Sci Lexer.

I know that homepage, but how can I do it in AutoIt?

Have a nice day,

Matthias

You cannot add new lexers to scilexer.dll with autoit, and if you mean you want to create your own lexer in Autoit3 I wish you lots of success. >_<

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That means, it isn't possible to make my own sytaxhiglighting?

Is it possible to run C++-Code in a DLL to get my own lexer?

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