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Edson

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Re: TSynAnySyn Highlighting
« Reply #15 on: May 05, 2019, 04:03:17 pm »
1). Can I remove it from the Files entry?
OK. No problem.

Can you please provide a Description, Author, License and version(see attached image 2)?
=== Description ===
Scriptable Highlighter for SynEdit Component of Lazarus. This highlighter is similar to the SynAnySyn of Lazarus, but it's much more faster, efficient and more configurable.
It can be used too, like a full lexical analyzer that can be configured to handle a variety of programming languages.
The highlighter TSynFacilSyn can read a complete syntax from an external XML file.

=== Author ===
Tito Hinostroza (https://github.com/t-edson)

=== License ===
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE

=== Version ===
1.21
Lazarus 1.6 - FPC 3.0.0 - x86_64-win64 on  Windows 7

GetMem

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Re: TSynAnySyn Highlighting
« Reply #16 on: May 05, 2019, 05:48:29 pm »
@Edson
Done. Thanks for the package.

howardpc

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Re: TSynAnySyn Highlighting
« Reply #17 on: May 05, 2019, 10:40:24 pm »
The first line of the Description would read better as:

A scriptable highlighter for Lazarus' TSynEdit component. This highlighter is similar to the existing Lazarus component TSynAnySyn, however it is faster, more efficient and more configurable.

Edson

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Re: TSynAnySyn Highlighting
« Reply #18 on: May 06, 2019, 07:58:13 am »
The first line of the Description would read better as:

A scriptable highlighter for Lazarus' TSynEdit component. This highlighter is similar to the existing Lazarus component TSynAnySyn, however it is faster, more efficient and more configurable.

For me it's OK.
Lazarus 1.6 - FPC 3.0.0 - x86_64-win64 on  Windows 7

GetMem

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Re: TSynAnySyn Highlighting
« Reply #19 on: May 06, 2019, 08:10:20 am »
@howardpc
Thanks. I updated the description.