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Syntax highlighting edit component

Discussion in 'Delphi Help&Requests' started by amarok, Oct 3, 2014.

  1. amarok
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    amarok DF Member

    Does anyone know of a component which provides syntax highlighting and works with XE7?

    I have just come back to Delphi after many years away and have a project in mind which requires syntax highlighting - years ago I used SynEdit but that hasn't been updated for some time and I don't fancy trying to install it!
     
  2. John_Smith
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    John_Smith DF Junior

    Get one from Alister Christie from You Tube
     
  3. Wartris
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    Wartris DF Member

    Hi amarok,

    The latest release of the TMS Component pack has a syntax editor that works under XE7.


    However if you are a little more adventurous you could try using a wrapper for Scintilla which will give you more control over the editor and how it styles the text

    And here are some others that may require a little work to get compiling with XE7:
    1. EControl SyntEdit
    2. UniSynEdit
     

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