D18475: Add AsciiDoc support

Andreas Gratzer noreply at phabricator.kde.org
Sun Jan 27 17:28:41 GMT 2019

andreasgr added a comment.

  In D18475#400893 <https://phabricator.kde.org/D18475#400893>, @dhaumann wrote:
  > Running the katesyntaxhighlighting indexer tells me:
  >   katehighlightingindexer::KeywordChecker::check: "syntax-highlighting/data/syntax/asciidoc.xml" Unused keyword lists: "admonition"
  > Could you fix this? Usually, keyword completion should be context dependent anyways (currently a bug), so soon your unused list will indeed not have any effect.
  OK, I will remove it.
  I just added it as this supports word completion.
  > Besides: If you want to support specials like TODO, NOTE, ..., then please use IncludeRules and ##Alert (look into other files how it's done).
  These 'admonitions' are a different thing.
  They are a feature of AsciiDoc, have to align to specific formats and are rendered in the output (see https://asciidoctor.org/docs/user-manual/#admonition).
  Using alerts in comments is already supported the way you described.
  > Also, could you please change all itemData names to upper case naming? Eg. "replacement" -> "Replacement",  or "section title" -> Section Title", etc? All other highlighting files use this naming scheme, and it will be visible in the UI later when configuring the colors in Kate.
  Sure, no problem.
  > And what's still missing is a test file, also best licensed under MIT, that we can use for regression testing.
  Working on it.
  I understand a single AsciiDoc is expected?
  I have a set of 22 AsciiDocs I used for testing while creating the highlighting support and another one describing the things I know are currrently not working.
  At the moment I am merging them into a single one.
  Thanks for your feedback :)

  R216 Syntax Highlighting


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