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Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Scilab(3)		User Contributed Perl Documentation		Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Scilab(3)

NAME
Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Scilab - a Plugin for scilab syntax highlighting SYNOPSIS
require Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Scilab; my $sh = new Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Scilab([ ]); DESCRIPTION
Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Scilab is a plugin module that provides syntax highlighting for scilab to the Syntax::Haghlight::Engine::Kate highlighting engine. This code is generated from the syntax definition files used by the Kate project. It works quite fine, but can use refinement and optimization. It inherits Syntax::Higlight::Engine::Kate::Template. See also there. AUTHOR
Hans Jeuken (haje <at> toneel <dot> demon <dot> nl) BUGS
Unknown. If you find any, please contact the author perl v5.16.3 2012-09-23 Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Scilab(3)

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Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate(3)			User Contributed Perl Documentation			Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate(3)

NAME
Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate - a port to Perl of the syntax highlight engine of the Kate texteditor. SYNOPSIS
#if you want to create a compiled executable, you may want to do this: use Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::All; use Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate; my $hl = new Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate( language => 'Perl', substitutions => { "<" => "&lt;", ">" => "&gt;", "&" => "&amp;", " " => "&nbsp;", " " => "&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;", " " => "<BR> ", }, format_table => { Alert => ["<font color="#0000ff">", "</font>"], BaseN => ["<font color="#007f00">", "</font>"], BString => ["<font color="#c9a7ff">", "</font>"], Char => ["<font color="#ff00ff">", "</font>"], Comment => ["<font color="#7f7f7f"><i>", "</i></font>"], DataType => ["<font color="#0000ff">", "</font>"], DecVal => ["<font color="#00007f">", "</font>"], Error => ["<font color="#ff0000"><b><i>", "</i></b></font>"], Float => ["<font color="#00007f">", "</font>"], Function => ["<font color="#007f00">", "</font>"], IString => ["<font color="#ff0000">", ""], Keyword => ["<b>", "</b>"], Normal => ["", ""], Operator => ["<font color="#ffa500">", "</font>"], Others => ["<font color="#b03060">", "</font>"], RegionMarker => ["<font color="#96b9ff"><i>", "</i></font>"], Reserved => ["<font color="#9b30ff"><b>", "</b></font>"], String => ["<font color="#ff0000">", "</font>"], Variable => ["<font color="#0000ff"><b>", "</b></font>"], Warning => ["<font color="#0000ff"><b><i>", "</b></i></font>"], }, ); #or my $hl = new Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Perl( substitutions => { "<" => "&lt;", ">" => "&gt;", "&" => "&amp;", " " => "&nbsp;", " " => "&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;", " " => "<BR> ", }, format_table => { Alert => ["<font color="#0000ff">", "</font>"], BaseN => ["<font color="#007f00">", "</font>"], BString => ["<font color="#c9a7ff">", "</font>"], Char => ["<font color="#ff00ff">", "</font>"], Comment => ["<font color="#7f7f7f"><i>", "</i></font>"], DataType => ["<font color="#0000ff">", "</font>"], DecVal => ["<font color="#00007f">", "</font>"], Error => ["<font color="#ff0000"><b><i>", "</i></b></font>"], Float => ["<font color="#00007f">", "</font>"], Function => ["<font color="#007f00">", "</font>"], IString => ["<font color="#ff0000">", ""], Keyword => ["<b>", "</b>"], Normal => ["", ""], Operator => ["<font color="#ffa500">", "</font>"], Others => ["<font color="#b03060">", "</font>"], RegionMarker => ["<font color="#96b9ff"><i>", "</i></font>"], Reserved => ["<font color="#9b30ff"><b>", "</b></font>"], String => ["<font color="#ff0000">", "</font>"], Variable => ["<font color="#0000ff"><b>", "</b></font>"], Warning => ["<font color="#0000ff"><b><i>", "</b></i></font>"], }, ); print "<html> <head> </head> <body> "; while (my $in = <>) { print $hl->highlightText($in); } print "</body> </html> "; DESCRIPTION
Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate is a port to perl of the syntax highlight engine of the Kate text editor. The language xml files of kate have been rewritten to perl modules using a script. These modules function as plugins to this module. Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate inherits Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Template. OPTIONS
language Specify the language you want highlighted. look in the PLUGINS section for supported languages. plugins If you created your own language plugins you may specify a list of them with this option. plugins => [ ["MyModuleName", "MyLanguageName", "*,ext1;*.ext2", "Section"], .... ] format_table This option must be specified if the highlightText method needs to do anything usefull for you. All mentioned keys in the synopsis must be specified. substitutions With this option you can specify additional formatting options. METHODS
extensions returns a reference to the extensions hash, language(?$language?) Sets and returns the current language that is highlighted. when setting the language a reset is also done. languageAutoSet($filename); Suggests language name for the fiven file $filename languageList returns a list of languages for which plugins have been defined. languagePlug($language); returns the module name of the plugin for $language languagePropose($filename); Suggests language name for the fiven file $filename sections Returns a reference to the sections hash. ATTRIBUTES
In the kate XML syntax files you find under the section <itemDatas> entries like <itemData name="Unknown Property" defStyleNum="dsError" italic="1"/>. Kate is an editor so it is ok to have definitions for forground and background colors and so on. However, since this Module is supposed to be a more universal highlight engine, the attributes need to be fully abstract. In which case, Kate does not have enough default attributes defined to fullfill all needs. Kate defines the following standard attributes: dsNormal, dsKeyword, dsDataType, dsDecVal, dsBaseN, dsFloat, dsChar, dsString, dsComment, dsOthers, dsAlert, dsFunction, dsRegionMarker, dsError. This module leaves out the "ds" part and uses following additional attributes: BString, IString, Operator, Reserved, Variable. I have modified the XML files so that each highlight mode would get it's own attribute. In quite a few cases still not enough attributes were defined. So in some languages different modes have the same attribute. PLUGINS
Below an overview of existing plugins. All have been tested on use and can be created. The ones for which no samplefile is available are marked. Those marked OK have highlighted the testfile without appearant mistakes. This does not mean that all bugs are shaken out. LANGUAGE MODULE COMMENT ******** ****** ****** .desktop Desktop OK 4GL FourGL No sample file 4GL-PER FourGLminusPER No sample file ABC ABC OK AHDL AHDL OK ANSI C89 ANSI_C89 No sample file ASP ASP OK AVR Assembler AVR_Assembler OK AWK AWK OK Ada Ada No sample file Alerts OK hidden module Ansys Ansys No sample file Apache Configuration Apache_Configuration No sample file Asm6502 Asm6502 No sample file Bash Bash OK BibTeX BibTeX OK C C No sample file C# Cdash No sample file C++ Cplusplus OK CGiS CGiS No sample file CMake CMake OK CSS CSS OK CUE Sheet CUE_Sheet No sample file Cg Cg No sample file ChangeLog ChangeLog No sample file Cisco Cisco No sample file Clipper Clipper OK ColdFusion ColdFusion No sample file Common Lisp Common_Lisp OK Component-Pascal ComponentminusPascal No sample file D D No sample file Debian Changelog Debian_Changelog No sample file Debian Control Debian_Control No sample file Diff Diff No sample file Doxygen Doxygen OK E Language E_Language OK Eiffel Eiffel No sample file Email Email OK Euphoria Euphoria OK Fortran Fortran OK FreeBASIC FreeBASIC No sample file GDL GDL No sample file GLSL GLSL OK GNU Assembler GNU_Assembler No sample file GNU Gettext GNU_Gettext No sample file HTML HTML OK Haskell Haskell OK IDL IDL No sample file ILERPG ILERPG No sample file INI Files INI_Files No sample file Inform Inform No sample file Intel x86 (NASM) Intel_X86_NASM seems to have issues JSP JSP OK Java Java OK JavaScript JavaScript OK Javadoc Javadoc No sample file KBasic KBasic No sample file Kate File Template Kate_File_Template No sample file LDIF LDIF No sample file LPC LPC No sample file LaTeX LaTex OK Lex/Flex Lex_Flex OK LilyPond LilyPond OK Literate Haskell Literate_Haskell OK Lua Lua No sample file M3U M3U OK MAB-DB MABminusDB No sample file MIPS Assembler MIPS_Assembler No sample file Makefile Makefile No sample file Mason Mason No sample file Matlab Matlab has issues Modula-2 Modulaminus2 No sample file Music Publisher Music_Publisher No sample file Octave Octave OK PHP (HTML) PHP_HTML OK PHP_PHP OK hidden module POV-Ray POV_Ray OK Pascal Pascal No sample file Perl Perl OK PicAsm PicAsm OK Pike Pike OK PostScript PostScript OK Prolog Prolog No sample file PureBasic PureBasic OK Python Python OK Quake Script Quake_Script No sample file R Script R_Script No sample file REXX REXX No sample file RPM Spec RPM_Spec No sample file RSI IDL RSI_IDL No sample file RenderMan RIB RenderMan_RIB OK Ruby Ruby OK SGML SGML No sample file SML SML No sample file SQL SQL No sample file SQL (MySQL) SQL_MySQL No sample file SQL (PostgreSQL) SQL_PostgreSQL No sample file Sather Sather No sample file Scheme Scheme OK Sieve Sieve No sample file Spice Spice OK Stata Stata OK TI Basic TI_Basic No sample file TaskJuggler TaskJuggler No sample file Tcl/Tk TCL_Tk OK UnrealScript UnrealScript OK VHDL VHDL No sample file VRML VRML OK Velocity Velocity No sample file Verilog Verilog No sample file WINE Config WINE_Config No sample file Wikimedia Wikimedia No sample file XML XML OK XML (Debug) XML_Debug No sample file Yacc/Bison Yacc_Bison OK de_DE De_DE No sample file en_EN En_EN No sample file ferite Ferite No sample file nl Nl No sample file progress Progress No sample file scilab Scilab No sample file txt2tags Txt2tags No sample file x.org Configuration X_org_Configuration OK xHarbour XHarbour OK xslt Xslt No sample file yacas Yacas No sample file BUGS
Float is detected differently than in the Kate editor. The regular expression engine of the Kate editor, qregexp, appears to be more tolerant to mistakes in regular expressions than perl. This might lead to error messages and differences in behaviour. Most of the problems were sorted out while developing, because error messages appeared. For as far as differences in behaviour is concerned, testing is the only way to find out, so i hope the users out there will be able to tell me more. This module is mimicking the behaviour of the syntax highlight engine of the Kate editor. If you find a bug/mistake in the highlighting, please check if Kate behaves in the same way. If yes, the cause is likely to be found there. TO DO
Rebuild the scripts i am using to generate the modules from xml files so they are more pro-actively tracking flaws in the build of the xml files like missing lists. Also regular expressions in the xml can be tested better before used in plugins. Refine the testmethods in Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Template, so that choices for casesensitivity, dynamic behaviour and lookahead can be determined at generate time of the plugin, might increase throughput. Implement codefolding. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
All the people who wrote Kate and the syntax highlight xml files. AUTHOR AND COPYRIGHT
This module is written and maintained by: Hans Jeuken < haje at toneel dot demon dot nl > Copyright (c) 2006 by Hans Jeuken, all rights reserved. You may freely distribute and/or modify this module under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate::Template http:://www.kate-editor.org perl v5.16.3 2012-09-23 Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Kate(3)
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