I am new to dynare and I thought it would be nice to have a syntax highlitghing to make it easier to learn. I’ve looked around and I found that someone created a notepad++ file that does it. It works fine. However, it seems that there is no notepad++ for linux, and since I have a computer with linux, I was wondering if there is any other way to do highlighting: either another program that accepts user defined languages in the way notepad++ does or another implementation that works in linux
PS.: I am not sure if this topic is in the right category, but it does not seems to belong anywhere else. I apologize if I should have chosen another category.
Syntax Highlighting wozld be a nice feature, especially for DYNAREs macro language capacities, but I guess this is rather low priority for the team as Matlab highlighting is not that bad for dynare as well
You could try notepadqq which is basically a clone of notepad++ for windows, see e.g. Notepadqq and see if you can use the same language file you’re talking about.
You could also try to create your own syntax highlighting in atom (which is my favorite editor)… bit I guess that would be quite a lot of work…
I totally agree that it is probably low priority, but I thought that maybe someone did it so it could get easier for them to use.
I looked the notepadqq and I didn’t find an option for user defined language. However, I didn’t search a lot.
That would be quite a lot of work, but I did this for the main features I have found so far, which is not much.
Here is the github for this one: GitHub - danmrc/atom-dynare-language: Atom syntax highlighting for dynare. Under development
I appreciate any help.
We have emacs mode which is distributed in Dynare’s sources, but it doesn’t cover a lot of features and is full of bugs. We also have a (python) pygment which will be distributed soon (for 4.6 release) and will be used in the new reference manual (implemented in Sphinx).
Many thanks for the atom plugin. I am not a big atom fan but I will give it a try.