Posted by: pspad | Date: 11/20/2006 21:00 | IP: IP Logged
Please use this thread for announcement only. If you want to discuss about some extensions, start a new topic.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/20/2007 08:31 by pspad.
Posted by: JollyRoger | Date: 11/27/2006 22:33 | IP: IP Logged
New CIndent version is available in the PSPad extensions section.
A C/C++/Java auto-indentation module
As usual, unpack into \PSPad\Script\JScript
Needs PSPad build 2247 or later
Edit the beginning of the script file. It's clearly marked where to set the preferred tab size ans shortcuts.
Added features (since 0.1):
- Now supports ANSI in addition to K&R style
- Sections between "/**" and "**/" for comments and "/**/" for code are not indented
- Cursor retains position
- Changed indenter behavior:
TAB: Indent current line
Ctrl-Alt-\ with text selected: Indent selected text
Ctle-Alt-\ with nothing selected: Indent entire file
Bugfixes (thanks to the new PSPad scripting functionality):
- Indentation of selected text is now stable
- Now also indents first line
- The script wasn't thoroughly tested! (though it did manage to reindent itself). In any case I'm not responsible for any mishap's...blah blah blah...
- Please report bugs
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/27/2006 22:40 by JollyRoger.
Posted by: Tedehur | Date: 12/30/2006 15:43 | IP: IP Logged
New extension available at the usual location : www.pspad.com
Replaces x-suffixed characters by the corresponding esperanto special character.
unpack into \PSPad\Script\JScript.
Tested with PSPad build 2241, probably compatible with most builds.
- The script is based on Jason's "FilterQuotes" script which I adapted to match the requirements.
- 'Ĉapeligu' in esperanto means 'Transform into a circumflex' which is basically what the script does.
- I'm writing a lot in esperanto and find it a great help rather than running regularly 12 times the replace function.
Posted by: Marshall | Date: 01/02/2007 20:14 | IP: IP Logged
see this post: forum.pspad.com
Posted by: francheu | Date: 01/06/2007 14:14 | IP: IP Logged
For the few people who use these softwares:
- syntax and clips updated for Code V 9.7
- syntax for Zemax updated with many many keywords
Posted by: Stefan | Date: 01/09/2007 13:08 | IP: IP Logged
Posted by: hschlichting | Date: 01/08/2007 15:33
Hi, the ftVHDL Code explorer shows some features like signals or conszants.
Nevertheless this is of limited usability, as one needs the signals
or constants listed in relation to procedures of functions.
A tree like in pascal or C++ would be very helpful.
A typical code example "ex_1164.vhd" is listed below:
EDIT and moved by mod from beta forum => see English discussion forum "VHDL Code explorer" ==> http://forum.pspad.com/read.php?2,37316
Posted by: MrSpock | Date: 01/25/2007 11:04 | IP: IP Logged
Updated version of js_encode (HTML encoding extension) available. It now prompts the user for input in most cases if no text is selected in the editor.
Note that PSPad build 2253 or greater is required for the Cancel button to work as expected. In older builds, delete everything in the input field and click OK in order to cancel.
Posted by: naputtelija | Date: 02/19/2007 16:59 | IP: IP Logged
Syntax and clip files for Windows PowerShell 1.0 are available.
Syntax file should include all default cmdlets, aliases, operators and flow control statements.
Clip file has all cmdlets and aliases too and almost all operators. Aliases are expanded as is recommended for scripts. For example write ri, press ctrl+space and ri is expanded to Remove-Item.
One small problem remains: foreach can be alias for foreach-command and it can also be a keyword. I selected to show it as a keyword (shows different color than aliases), because as an alias it should be expanded to foreach-command anyway.
Posted by: vbr | Date: 03/11/2007 18:50 | IP: IP Logged
The initial version of Poor man's REplace is to be found at
It is meant as a "low cost" tool for multiline replacement until PSPad gets a native support for that or until the RE support of the another much more sophisticated tool - phReplace - will be enhanced (forum.pspad.com).
The script requires some newer version of PSPad - tested (a bit) on PSPad 4.5.2 (2259, 4561) It DOESN'T work on the stable version 4.5.2 (2240).
It bypasses the lacking scripting support for non-ANSI characters by using a HTML file consisting of the unicode entities (if some "problematic" characters were present).
Comments and improvements are welcome.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 03/11/2007 18:58 by vbr.
Posted by: marcusson | Date: 05/04/2007 17:06 | IP: IP Logged
Updated syntax highlighter and code snippets for the "Yana Framework for PHP" are available for download.
These files now support the new elements and extensions introduced in the recently released version 2.9.3 of the software.