[Geany-Users] How do I apply visual styling to AsciiDoc markup?
elextr at xxxxx
Tue Mar 7 04:16:20 UTC 2017
You havn't missed anything, simply nobody has written the Scintilla
lexer required for styling Asciidoc.
On 7 March 2017 at 13:24, Russell Dickenson <russelldickenson at gmail.com> wrote:
> I wrote most of my documentation in AsciiDoc, naming files with the
> extension .adoc. I want to apply styling to the AsciiDoc markup so that I
> can easily differentiate it from my content.
> Operating system: Fedora 25 (GNOME edition)
> Geany version: 1.29
> I read the Geany manual and did the following steps in a Terminal
> 1. Navigated to ~/.config/geany/filedefs
> 2. cp /usr/share/geany/filedefs/filetypes.asciidoc
> 3. Opened filetypes.asciidoc in Geany
> 4. Added to the [styling] section the following, copied from the
> filetypes,markdown file:
> 5. Opened an AsciiDoc marked-up file.
> The header markers in the AsciiDoc file - '=' and '==' and so on do not
> appear to be styled. The header characters in a sample Markdown file *are*
> When I open the example AsciiDoc file, Geany recognises it as such.
> I feel I'm missing something simple here, but I can't work out just what.
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