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  • For example, editor:MarkerAdd(line,1) will put a bookmark at line, and SciTE will treat it just like any other bookmark, since it finds bookmarks using the internal Scintilla list. Please remember, as always, that Scintilla counts lines from zero.
  • Scintilla Lua Documentation. Last edited 20/June/2007 NH. Translated 30/March/2008 SD. The Windows version of Scintilla is a Windows Control. As such, its primary programming interface is through Windows messages.

SCIntilla based Text Edit (SciTE) is a cross-platform text editor. This software includes facilities for building and running programs. It is best used for jobs with simple configurations, such as building test and demonstration programs.

Scintilla
Screenshot of SciTE, which uses the Scintilla component
Developer(s)Neil Hodgson, et al.[1]
Initial releaseMay 17, 1999; 21 years ago
Stable release5.0.1 (9 April 2021; 20 days ago) [±]
Repository
Written inC++
Operating systemWindows NT and later, Mac OS 10.6 and later, Unix-like with GTK+, MorphOS
TypeText editor
LicenseHistorical Permission Notice and Disclaimer[2]
Websitescintilla.org

Scintilla is a free, open sourcelibrary that provides a text editing component function, with an emphasis on advanced features for source code editing.

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Features[edit]

Scintilla supports many features to make code editing easier in addition to syntax highlighting. The highlighting method allows the use of different fonts, colors, styles and background colors, and is not limited to fixed-width fonts. The control supports error indicators, line numbering in the margin, as well as line markers such as code breakpoints. Other features such as code folding and autocompletion can be added. The basic regular expression search implementation is rudimentary, but if compiled with C++11 support Scintilla can support the runtime's regular expression engine. Scintilla's regular expression library can also be replaced or avoided with direct buffer access.

Currently, Scintilla has experimental support for right-to-left languages, and no support for boustrophedon languages.[3]

Scinterm is a version of Scintilla for the cursestext user interface. It is written by the developer of the Textadept editor. Scinterm uses Unicode characters to support some of Scintilla's graphically oriented features, but some Scintilla features are missing because of the terminal environment's constraints.[4]

Other versions[edit]

  • ScintillaNET[5] – a wrapper for use on the .NET Framework
  • QScintilla[6] – Qt port of Scintilla
  • wxScintilla[7] – wxWidgets-wrapper for Scintilla
  • Delphi wrappers:
    • TScintEdit[8] – part of Inno Setup.
    • TDScintilla[9] – simple wrapper for all methods of Scintilla.
    • TScintilla[10] – Delphi Scintilla Interface Component (as of 2009-09-02, this project is no longer under active development).

Software based on Scintilla[edit]

Notable software based on Scintilla includes:[11]

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  • Aegisub[12]
  • Altova XMLSpy[13]
  • Ch[14]
  • ConTEXT[15]
  • Inno Setup Compiler IDE (as of 5.4[16])
  • PureBasic[17]
  • TextAdept[18]
  • Uniface[19]
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References[edit]

  1. ^'Scintilla and SciTE'. Scintilla. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
  2. ^'License.txt'. Scintilla. Retrieved 29 May 2015.
  3. ^'Scintilla Documentation'.
  4. ^'Scinterm'.
  5. ^'ScintillaNET – Home'. Scintillanet.github.com. Retrieved 2017-05-18.
  6. ^'Riverbank Software QScintilla What is QScintilla?'. Riverbankcomputing.com. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
  7. ^'wxScintilla – Scintilla wrapper for wxWidgets – Sourceforge'. Nuklear Zelph. Retrieved 2015-04-20.
  8. ^'Inno Setup Downloads'. Jrsoftware.org. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
  9. ^'dscintilla – Scintilla wrapper for Delphi – Google Project Hosting'. Dscintilla.googlecode.com. 2013-04-11. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
  10. ^'Delphi Scintilla Interface Components Free Development software downloads at'. Sourceforge.net. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
  11. ^'Scintilla and SciTE Related Sites'. Scintilla.org. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
  12. ^'#1095 (Option to switch the subs edit box to a standard text edit) – Aegisub'. Devel.aegisub.org. Archived from the original on 2014-07-10. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
  13. ^http://www.altova.com/legal_3rdparty.html
  14. ^'ChIDE'. Softintegration.com. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
  15. ^'uSynAttribs.pas'.
  16. ^'Inno Setup 5 Revision History'. Jrsoftware.org. Retrieved 2013-08-12.
  17. ^A little PureBasic review
  18. ^'Technology'. Textadept uses Scintilla as its core editing component
  19. ^'Technology'. Uniface 10 uses Scintilla as its core code editor

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External links[edit]

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