ACS auto-completion for Notepad++

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ACS auto-completion for Notepad++

Postby boris » Sun Jul 26, 2020 12:09 pm

If anyone is interested, I created an ACS auto-complete file for Notepad++. It works alongside Blue Shadow's syntax highlighting. You just have to put the file in the "autoCompletion" directory inside your Notepad++ installation. You also need to rename the language imported from Blue Shadow's post from "ACS (LT)" or "ACS (DK)" to just "ACS" (or rename the autocompletion file to "acs (lt).xml" or "acs (dk).xml" and change the language in the file). Note that auto-completion will only work when typing lower case if only the "function complete" option is set (i.e. it doesn't work correctly with "function and word completion", apparently that's a known bug in Notepad++).

The file is generated by an ugly-ass Python script I wrote, I guess I'll have to clean that up and put it on GitHub or something.
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Re: ACS auto-completion for Notepad++

Postby Blue Shadow » Mon Jul 27, 2020 12:07 am

boris wrote:You also need to rename the language imported from Blue Shadow's post from "ACS (LT)" or "ACS (DK)" to just "ACS" (or rename the autocompletion file to "acs (lt).xml" or "acs (dk).xml" and change the language in the file).

I just pushed an update, so that will no longer be necessary.
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