I have seen a notepad++ one in the past, cant find it now, i also seem to think it wasnt quite right.
So to all you atom/sublime/notepad/VScode users out there, would you consider making a highlighter plugin for torque, we can always make minor changes if the extension changes.
You can download from here:
To configure the plugin:
- in the View menu, click Language, then "Define your language..."
- Click Import and select the file you downloaded
- in the Language menu, you should now see a language called Torquescript at the bottom. Select it, and you're ready to go.
vim seriously, apart from superiority complex, antique and bristly microsoft haters pretty much nobody really uses vim. :p
Ahm not completely true hahaha
maybe for game development you are right I don't know in this field.... but vi, vim, emacs, and other obscure editors are used everyday, for different uses, not only to program... Especially the 3 which I named
but you're right....
The potential saving grace here is that the two leading windows contenders are now open source, it would do the community better if one was picked and modernised, and possibly made cross platform.
we're on it
This conversation has gotten wholly sidetracked, probably all my fault
Don't worry... some went through this too
'one editor to rule them all' system like atom or VS code or sublime etc only have issues of highlighting which i dont really see an alternative to extension change as a solution.
This are good alternatives, even notepad++ with his plugins, but this are text editors, you need to tweak to do stuff more like IDE. I remember doing something like this in sublime to compile my project and stuff..
Ok but an IDE or a TEXT EDITOR are two different thing...