[chuck-users] Syntax Highlight on Windows?

Kassen signal.automatique at gmail.com
Sat Oct 22 10:31:56 EDT 2011

2011/10/22 John Gamboa <vaulttech at gmail.com>

> Hi...
> Lol... sorry... I'm so n00b...
Also; "notepad++" is a very good code editor for Windows that is free and
open. It's a serious programmer's editor in the "Windows style" (so not like
Emacs or Vim). I think I have a ChucK highlighting mode for that that I made
somewhere if you'd like to go that way. IMHO Mini-Audicle is better for
quickly doing small projects, but if you'd try something larger spanning
multiple big files then features like code-folding and advanced search and
replace will save you a lot of time. In a pinch the Java mode in made
editors will also help.

Happy havkng and remember you're only "n00b" for a very short time :¬)

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