How to make UEdit support python?

Max Møller Rasmussen maxm at normik.dk
Thu Aug 30 10:20:46 CEST 2001


This will take you most of the way ...

Just put it into your WORDFILE.TXT in you uedit directory.

Though I would recommend using "PythonWin" from activestate as your editor.
It's much nicer far this particular task. (Said from someone who uses uedit
excessively.)

/L7"Python" Line Comment = # Block Comment On = """ Block Comment Off = """
Escape Char = \ File Extensions = PY
/Delimiters = ~!@$%^&*()+=|\/{}[]:;"'<> 	,.?/
/Indent Strings = ":"
/Function String = "%[ ^t]++def*:"
/C1"Keywords"
and assert
break
class continue
def del
elif else except exec
finally for from
global
if import in is
lambda
not
or
pass print
raise return
try
while


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