[TxMt] Re: Variable and Array custom coloring

Walter Lee Davis waltd at wdstudio.com
Tue Aug 2 00:57:45 UTC 2011

The PHP bundle does the first of these, you might want to look at that  
for insight. Im not sure how you would do the second one, but you may  
spot a different construct in there that would help you figure this out.


On Aug 1, 2011, at 4:59 PM, John Relosa wrote:

> Hello,
> I post this question a while back but had no answer... Is it one of  
> those RTFM question or did it slip through the cracks? Can someone  
> point me to the right direction if so on how to accomplish such t a  
> thing??
> Thank you in
>  advance.
> Best
> John
> ----------------------------------------------------
> I've seen some bundles do that but I can't figure out the way to  
> accomplish this.
> In the language that I am working on I have variables and arrays  
> etc...
> Is there a way that I can have a variable declared with a $ symbol  
> and then have it custom colored every time any word has the $symbol  
> in front?
> Something like
> declare $variable
> declare %array[]
> so every time these variables appear in the script they would be a  
> certain(assignable) color and a different color for the %array?.
> Thank you.
> Best,
> John
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