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#21 Ripiz   Members   

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:10 AM

while VS2012 also colors #defines, classes, structs, typedefs, there is possibility to configure appearance of methods, local variables, fields, params/args, global variables.

Which is what the average open source IDE had for a couple of years already...


Not sure in what kind of dream you live, but last time I tried NetBeans and Eclipse it colored only language's keywords.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:46 AM

while VS2012 also colors #defines, classes, structs, typedefs, there is possibility to configure appearance of methods, local variables, fields, params/args, global variables.

Which is what the average open source IDE had for a couple of years already...


Not sure in what kind of dream you live, but last time I tried NetBeans and Eclipse it colored only language's keywords.


This is pretty much categorically untrue. Both have full code aware syntax highlighting and have for ages. Both also make it relatively easy to add custom syntax hightlighting if thats your thing ( http://wiki.netbeans.org/How_to_create_support_for_a_new_language )




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