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jEdit and AutoIt

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I've been coding in jEdit [jedit.org] for years and I am kind of reluctant to install yet another editor. However out of the 130 languages that jEdit supports AutoIt is not one of them. Google had a few results and I'm not sure which one, if any, to try. Has anyone used jEdit with AutoIt before? I also searched the forums here but the information is from 2004 so I figured I'd ask the question again. Thanks for any help or advice you have.

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Give Scite a try...You wont be able to live without it...

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Give Scite a try...You wont be able to live without it...

>_<

Don't get me wrong, I really like SciTe too. The place where I do most of my business has deployed jEdit on every workstation. I've been running SciTe off my thumb drive for AutoIt3 :)

Maybe I should just learn to code Python, PERL, PHP and Java in SciTe rather then switching Au3 to jEdit.

Does anyone have Syntax and Auto-complete files for SciTe for any of the aforementioned language, please?

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www.abox.orgAvery HowellVisit My AutoIt Websitehttp://www.abox.org

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Sure, I made this here for jEdit:

jEdit 4 AutoIt

Thanks for the response and Link. My work thinks the site is evil. I'll try again later tonight from home.

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www.abox.orgAvery HowellVisit My AutoIt Websitehttp://www.abox.org

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