User-Defined Language issues - defaults, command line options.



  • We use a proprietary language for which I’ve built a user-defined language syntax highlighter. We have several issues:

    • Our version management system does not include file extensions, just version numbers, so when I open file ‘3’ - NPP always picks basic text as the language

    • To get around this - I have to manually pick the language I want. This is kind of a pain

    I would like to be able to:

    • Make a user-defined language the default
    • AND/OR allow a user defined language to work with no file extensions
    • AND/OR allow selection of user-defined languages on the command line.

    That would really make a lot of people’s lives easier where I work. Would it be possible to include one (or more) of the above any time soon?

    Thanks,
    Rich G.


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