Notepad++ Nginx User-defined Language - Syntax Highlighting for Nginx Configuration Files
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Notepad++ Nginx User-defined Language

Syntax Highlighting for Nginx Configuration Files

 

Syntax Highlighting for Nginx Configuration Files

 

Installation Instructions

  1. Save userDefineLang_nginx.xml to your computer
  2. Open Notepad++
  3. Click Language > Define your language...
  4. Click Import and navigate to userDefineLang_nginx.xml
  5. Import it and restart Notepad++
  6. Open an Nginx config file (e.g., /etc/nginx/nginx.conf)
  7. If you already have the .conf extension assigned to another syntax highlighter, you'll need to select the Nginx highlighter explicitly by clicking Language > Nginx

Note

This language file highlights the directives listed on the HttpCoreModule page and the Alphabetical Index of Directives page.

If you want to customize this language file or review the list of variables and directives that this file highlights, I've added some text files to help you with that. They are located in the src folder. For information on configuring user-defined language files, see User Defined Language Files.

 

 

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