notepad++ & scala

If you want to have the syntax highlighted by Notepad++, copy the file userDefineLang.xml, from your Scala installation’s miscscala-tool-supportnotepad-plus to the Notepad++ directory, in the Application Data folder. If you don’t know where this folder is, open a command prompt, and write:

echo %APPDATA%

Be sure to restart Notepad++, and choose the Scala entry in the syntax menu.


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