On Apr 27, 2007, at 1:18 AM, Dean Nicholls wrote:
I am slowly making language bundles for the various languages used on the Tandem (HP) NSK systems. So far I have been working on TAL, DDL and the Make file syntax used by ACI. I also hope to do a COBOL/ SCOBOL bundle as well, as time available happens.
My question is this. At the moment it appears that all languages must have their own separate bundle. Given that quite a few of these (in particular DDL/Make and a couple of others) are going to be just syntax highlighting, is it possible to have a combined bundle of languages? or do I just suck down each desired language (there's not many - maybe 6 or 7 by the time I eventually finish) having its own bundle entry?
A bundle can contain many different language grammars. In fact a lot of the existing bundles do so. The only difference comes when a user wants to disable a bundle. Then they disable it as a whole, they couldn't easily disable one or two language files from the bundle (at least not without making changes to the bundle).
Haris Skiadas Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Hanover College