Hi, I am new to Linux and looking for some customization of the text editors in Linux.
I am wondering how I can customize the text editors in Linux (such as gvim or nedit) to highlight the SKILL syntax?
Thanks in advance
Hi skillsiao01, Sjoerd, Olivier,
I just published a demo of a programming editor/IDE I've been working on lately; it has really good SKILL/SKILL++ support:
(Recent Google Chrome recommended; Firefox is a bit slower.)
It's mostly feature complete for v1.0, but is only about to enter Beta, so you will probably encounter some bugs. Note that I'm also planning to release a standalone tool soon-ish; it'll work like this:
$ veda edit ./project/workarea/
Veda Edit 0.3.0 listening...
Browse to: http://localhost:59739/www/
For those preferring Emacs, I'd recommend a slightly-customized Lisp mode—and sticking to the prefix syntax. Note, however, that my code analysis backend is actually independent from the web browser, and can be plugged there too; I have attached a screenshot of Emacs showing function call tips.
Feel free to send me an email at email@example.com if you'd like to apply for the private beta (cf. README.md) and to try it on your own project files!
P.-S. — Don't hesitate to reload in case some things don't work: the connection it's currently hosted on is a bit wonky :)