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Custom Editor Plugin in Eclipse

 
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Hi,

Please suggest me how to use text editor plugin extension and thereby adding enhancement features to that editor say similar to xml editor. In short, need to develop syntax highlighting editor of some extension format... Thanks in advance...

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There are several tutorials on the web for creating syntax highlighters for Eclipse; I'd try searching for those first.
 
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