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- Add default highlighting
Files with an unrecognised extension which are not plain text files will be highlighted using C type keywords, types, classes, constants, strings, but not comments.
- Add mode line functionality
- Replace search text after text change
If a line of text is found within the first or last two or three lines
of the file which matches the mode line pattern, the mode of the
editor will be changed after the file is loaded. The pattern is one or
more text or punctuation characters, white space, the text
followed by one or more option patterns separated by white space.
# ed: [[no]ww] [[no]sg] [[no]hs] [th:l|d|r] [ts:l|m|s] [tf:m|p]
The initial text or punctuation characters are intended to be used to
hide the mode line from compilers and interpreters by commenting it
The option patterns are:
- [no]ww – Word wrap
- [no]sg – Suggestions
- [no]hs – Syntax highlighting
- th:l|d|r – Theme – light, dark or retro
- ts:l|m|s – Text size – large, medium or small
- tf:m|p – Typeface – monospace or proportional
The mode line is read after the file is loaded and will change
immediately, except in Android 6, Marshmallow due to an obscure
bug. Rotate the device to change mode.
- Add shell script highlighting by @kenneth-Q
- Add file chooser icons
- Fix file chooser retro disabled colour
- Add syntax highlighting
Note: The syntax highlighting makes no attempt to parse the source code being viewed or edited. Therefore the highlighting will not be exactly correct, but good enough for a simple text editor. See Syntax Highlighting.