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Sat Nov 6 21:42:35 CET 2004
Mark Schonewille <nospam at nospam.com> wrote in message news:<418c2006$0$34293$cd19a363 at news.wanadoo.nl>...
> Josiah and M.E.,
> Thanks you for your replies.
You are welcome Mark and thanks for the followup.
It is always nice to know if the OP even got the reply ;)
> As I understand from your answers,
> the colorised scripts on web sites have little to do with the
> use of colorisation in script editors by Python programmers, but
> those programmers who prefer an editor with colorisation
> features probably apply colorisation rules similar to the pretty
> looking scripts on websites and there probably is't a standard
> colour scheme.
PySourceColor *is* an attempt to colorize as well as Scintilla.
As far as I can tell there is not a default color scheme.
Maybe Idle or PythonWin.
And there are always Vim, and emacs......I am sure some one loves
I prefer the dark color scheme from PySourceColor, dark exactly
matches my editor. I bet most people feel most comfortable with
whatever they use most.
The colors develop associations.
If there is a concensus on the default color scheme I would be
intrested in knowing.
What is most liked or needed ?
Printing good colorized source is diffrent then viewing colorized
I prefer light text on dark page on a monitor (bad eyes) , but dark
text on light page to print (saves ink).
Diffrent color schemes are needed for diffrent applications.
Now I have a question.
What are you trying to do, or is this just for general knowledge?
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