Application defined language, User defined language, and the Style Configurator
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So, like many a newbie I am trying to figure out if there is a way of copying an Application defined language to use as a base template for a new User defined language.
I did find that under the Styler Configurator some amazing person has added a user defined extension field. So for example, if I wanted a registry file (.reg - not supported) to style similarly to a windows .ini file (supported) all I have to do is add .reg into the user defined extension field and the issue of styling my code is solved.
However, my UDL has custom Keywords I need to add support for. Anyone know of a way of doing this?