EditorConfig Notepad++ Plugin
This is an EditorConfig plugin for Notepad++.
Install from the Plugin Manager
If you have Notepad++ Plugin Manager installed (usually installed by default in Notepad++), you can install in this way.
Launch Notepad++, click on the
Plugins menu, then
Plugin Manager ->
Show Plugin Manager. In the
Available tab, find
EditorConfig in the list, check the checkbox and click on the
Install from the Binary Package
Download the binary package from the SourceForge downloads page.
Extract the compressed archive and copy the corresponding dll into your Notepad++ plugin directory(the unicode dll if your Notepad++ version is unicode or the ansi one if you're using the ansi version Notepad++).
Install from Source
Download the EditorConfig C core and follow the instructions in the README and INSTALL files to compile and install it with Microsoft Visual C++. Note that the EditorConfig C core must be built with the
MToption. To build the x64 version of the plugin, the x64 version of EditorConfig C core is needed.
Download the EditorConfig plugin for Notepad++ and extract it.
cmake-gui, select the extracted folder as source code directory, and create a directory to build the binaries. Then click the
Configurebutton. When asked for a generator, select a generator without suffix to build the x86 version, or a generator with
Win64suffix to build the x64 version.
Build options will appear after the configure process has finished. Set
EDITORCONFIG_CORE_PREFIXto the install directory of EditorConfig C core, and
PCRE_LIB_DIRto the directory which contains
pcre.lib(x86 prebuild lib can be downloaded from https://sourceforge.net/projects/editorconfig/files/EditorConfig-C-Core/3rd-party/pcre-8.38/ . For newer version of pcre, or to build the x64 version, you can find the source at https://ftp.pcre.org/pub/pcre/ and build it using CMake).
Configurebutton again, and then the
Generatebutton and the
Open Projectbutton. This will open the generated project in Visual Studio. If you don't need the debug features you may change the solution configuration type to
Releasein the toolbar. Then build the project with VS.
If the build succeeded, you should have
bin\unicode\Release\NppEditorConfig.dllin your build tree. Copy the dll to your the plugin directory of the Notepad++ directory to complete the installation.
The EditorConfig Notepad++ plugin supports the following EditorConfig properties:
- root (only used by EditorConfig core)
Bugs and Feature Requests
Feel free to submit bugs, feature requests, and other issues to the main EditorConfig issue tracker.