This project provides a very simple user-defined language file for Notepad++ that does syntax highlighting for an outliner mode. It is designed to be used with the Twilight theme, but with a little tweaking you can use it with whatever you want.
Add the Outliner definition like this:
- Download the Ouliner language definition file from GitHub to your computer.
- Click Start > Run, and type (or paste in)
%APPDATA%\Notepad++, then click OK. This will open the settings directory for Notepad++.
- If it does not already exist, copy the downloaded
userDefineLang.xmlfile into the Notepad++ settings directory. Skip to step 7.
- If it does exist, open the active
userDefineLang.xmlwith a text editor.
- Copy the contents of the Markdown definition file between the
<UserLang...></UserLang>tags into the active
userDefineLang.xml, at the end right before
- Restart Notepad++.
Copyright and License
Copyright (c) 2014 Manel Guerra
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