Hi, this situation was discussed a couple days ago, but I found the solution not completely
I'd like to do away with the 'large buffer' dialog concerning the syntax highlighting mode, and it is possible if I set the 'contextInsensitive' property in mode file as true, but running the contextInsensitive mode ignores the NO_LINE_BREAK="FALSE" property so in multiple line highlighting only the first line remains highlighted.
Setting the <PROPERTY NAME="contextInsensitive" VALUE="FALSE"/> or commenting it out on the other hand shows the 'large buffer' dialog.
|Submitted||tvojeho - 2011-12-02 - 15:42:15z||Assigned||kpouer|
|2011-12-08 - 19:25:13z
|I think contextInsensitive should not be set in mode file as a property
in the first place. jEdit should know whether a mode has context
sensitive rules or not, while composing all rules written in a mode
|2011-12-10 - 15:39:49z
|That's right Kazutoshi, you could submit a bug about that, but I don't think the priority on that will be very high. At least it will not be top priority for me.|