Add Lp Solve extension
An example of Lp solve files Syntax highlight in Geany
First, we need to add the extension file, so geany knows what file it can associate to lp solve files.
Either go to:
Tools -> Configuration Files -> filetype_extensions.conf
or: edit directly the file in
Windows 7 :
and add a new line with
Download Lp Solve syntax highlight file
Next, download this syntax highlight file: filetypes.Lpsolve.conf
and place it in
c:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\geany\filedefs\ (Windows 7)
More information on syntax highlight
Note: if not bothered to download this file, you can add the extension to any existing filetypes, for example:
Many thanks to geanycolourscheme.xtreemhost.com editor.
Over the years i’ve been trying to make emacs more readable, harmonizing it with the desktop themes. i dislike long lines and scrolling up and down so a small readable font is very important.
So here’s the evolution emacs had today:
left-top: default emacs 23
right-top : old
left-bottom : default with –font “Bitstream Vera Sans Mono-10″ -q
right-bottom : default –font “Inconsolata-11″ -q
here’s the complete images, side by side:
So the lines fit on the 80columns, there’s plenty of lines shown and the font is beautiful.
I’ve used alot of fonts over the time, but the best font right now is Inconsolata font, created by Raph Levien, with the suport from the TeX Users Group Development Fund. It has so many gorgeous details like the curved t, and the g. oh, i’m in love :) Find out more about Inconsolata font!
i’m happy! oh, just in case, here’s my .emacs after a heavy purge!
I always get a few laughts when i visit a lol* site. Today i stumble upon lolcode! oh the joy!
so, since i’m writing an article about bash and things related, i decided to create a lolcode syntax highlight for nano so i could grasp teh language!
I have been using nano as my favorite console editor (i use emacs/kate for the rest) for some time now. It’s simplicity, the speed and usefulness of it made it what it is. But recently, i’ve been trying to find out more features that i might been missing. One of those were the shortcuts. The other was syntax highlighting! Meanwhile, the things i discovered!
And now, let’s look at the .nanorc file.
Here, i’ll go through the .nanorc config file, try to explain parts of it and set the syntax highlight on.
See the first part for shortcuts .