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> On vie, 2011-05-06 at 11:39 -0600, Germán Arias wrote:
>> On vie, 2011-05-06 at 17:06 +0200, Saso Kiselkov wrote:
>>>> 2011-05-06 16:42:20.082 Gemas File GSTextStorage.m: 660. In -[GSTextStorage setAttributes:range:] Attempt to set attribute for zero-length range
>>>> and the highlighting looks a bit differently.
>> The main difference is precisely a fix for this problem. When I'm
>> testing Gemas I don't like see a lot of these lines. I remember that I
>> sent a patch for this problem to Saso in December. This consist in check
>> the length of the string before set attributes. If it is zero, do
>> The second difference are the files "syntax". I change some colors
>> because some of them are inconsistent. For example, in Objective-C
>> files, de "*" and "/" at the end of a comment, have different color that
>> the rest of the comment. So I did some changes. But of course you can
>> install the original Highlighter framework and put the files "syntax",
>> from HighlighterKit in Gemas, at the Resources path (in Gemas.app). So
>> the HighlighterKit will use these instead its own files "syntax".
> And of course, there are others syntax files, like GSmarkup, plist, etc.
Thanks, this sound like a good compromise. I'll patch highlighterkit
port to get rid of that warning, and put those syntax files into the
Gemas port, until there may be a new highlighterkit release ;)