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Text file list of functions by type

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I found a nice editor called PHP Designer 2005 (http://www.mpsoftware.dk).

It's extensible and I wanted to try my hand at creating a syntax file for this editor for AutoIT (granted I'll still use Scite for now as my main editor)

Is there a simple text file of the function names somewhere? is there one where like-based functions are grouped together (ie Arrays, string functions) like the help file has it? Would it be possible to output that index to a simple text file for the purpose of converting to a syntax file?

If I'm lucky, how about another one that includes the new beta commands as well.

TIA

I found the Scite4AutoIT3 property files so I have a good start but I'd hate to have to do groupings and get them wrong. Any help here would be great

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I found a nice editor called PHP Designer 2005 (http://www.mpsoftware.dk).

It's extensible and I wanted to try my hand at creating a syntax file for this editor for AutoIT (granted I'll still use Scite for now as my main editor)

Is there a simple text file of the function names somewhere?  is there one where like-based functions are grouped together (ie Arrays, string functions) like the help file has it?  Would it be possible to output that index to a simple text file for the purpose of converting to a syntax file?

If I'm lucky, how about another one that includes the new beta commands as well.

TIA

I found the Scite4AutoIT3 property files so I have a good start but I'd hate to have to do groupings and get them wrong.  Any help here would be great

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PHPEditor is written in Delphi and uses Synedit ,which is the syntax editor component that I also use in AutoEd. If you download AutoEd from my sig and look in the data subfolder you will find that I use a similar layout of *.dat files (text) with all the autoIt keywords and functions .

another similar editor (open source) is:

http://devphp.sourceforge.net/

which also uses synedit and the external config files

note: the *.dat file are not integral to synedit it's just a coincidence that we all used a like minded aproach to coding practice.

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