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Notepad++ Autocomplete file for OpenScad

by garyacrowellsr, published

Notepad++ Autocomplete file for OpenScad by garyacrowellsr Jul 9, 2012

Description

The ancestor thing is fabulous, allowing the Notepad++ editor to be used in place of the marginal OpenScad editor. That thing includes an autocomplete file, which I have expanded here a little bit. Depending upon your preferences you may or may not like it, but I have included some additional keywords, and included the opening brackets for most functions. It works for me, YMMV. To do this I had to remove the calltip functions, but there were only a few of those.

Updated 10/3/13 to add additional autocomplete keywords, including colors and combinations of keywords that I use often, e.g:
**"translate ([0, 0, 0]) cylinder (h = "**

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'fraid I have no idea. Ctl-s works and that's what I always use.
This works great except 'Save' is now grayed out in Notepad++. Any ideas?
I assume you've installed the language file from thing 15363? I initially had trouble with it showing up too, but I don't recall the specifics. Close
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amp; restart Notepad perhaps. I also seem to recall that when I loaded a .scad file it recognized the extension and worked, even though it didn't show up on the language list initially.

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Instructions

If you haven't done so, first you must go to thingiverse.com/thing:15363 and install the language file. Then you can add this autocomplete file.

Just like the ancestor thing, copy this .xml file into c:/Program Files/Notepad++/plugins/APIs (Windows 32bit) or C:/Program Files x86)/Notepad++/plugins/APIs (Windows 64bit).

To enable, go to settings, preferences, and select the backup/auto-completion tab, and set the options there.











This works great except 'Save' is now grayed out in Notepad++. Any ideas?
'fraid I have no idea. Ctl-s works and that's what I always use.
Doesn't show up in Languages menu, any ideas?
I assume you've installed the language file from thing 15363? I initially had trouble with it showing up too, but I don't recall the specifics. Close
&
amp; restart Notepad perhaps. I also seem to recall that when I loaded a .scad file it recognized the extension and worked, even though it didn't show up on the language list initially.
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