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Re: Other programming languages, built in compiler and an updater. [message #41288 is a reply to message #28672] Mon, 25 November 2013 18:01 Go to previous message
piotr5 is currently offline  piotr5
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instead of adding new languages I think we should make u++ extensible by the users (i.e. without recompiling). the executables used for building along with some command-options still are hardcoded into the sources and not configurable. gnu make is more flexible than u++ here. what if someone attempts to make use of bison or similar code-generators? syntax-highliting for other languages would be nice too (although not necessarily Assist unless it makes sense to connect them to c++), maybe even seek for some file-format describing it among the existing editors. some say vim is popular among c++ programmers, doesn't vim store syntax-highlighting info somewhere?
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