Changes to "schema" aka "color theme" handling
christoph at cullmann.io
Mon Sep 7 22:16:39 BST 2020
the first part of this stuff is now merged.
I am working on completely removing the old schema stuff and only using
as basis for the coloring.
The actual usage is already OK, the remaining missing pieces is the
saving of the configuration
as JSON files.
Any help (and testing) welcome!
Just ping me in the merge request.
On 2020-09-02 22:24, Christoph Cullmann wrote:
> KTextEditor uses since long the KSyntaxHighlighting framework to
> provide the highlighting instead it's old own code.
> But for the coloring, we bypassed all stuff provided by this framework.
> For the frameworks release in October I want to change this and switch
> over to the color themes as provided by KSyntaxHighlighting (but still
> allow to configure them like now via the GUI and provide own ones in
> the "old" style).
> The matching merge request is:
> If you have some time to test this, feel welcome!
> Beside that, it would make sense to provide some more bundled themes
> (if available as MIT licensed stuff), see this development issue for
> some potential candidates:
> Contributors welcome ;=)
> The stuff must end up as JSON file in
> kate-editor.org will provide some auto-generated overview with example
> renderings, like we do already for the syntax highlightings:
> (that stuff is generated via
> improvements welcome, too)
Ignorance is bliss...
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