Language settings

languagesettings

This language editing modes configuration is used to specify characteristics of files which are dependent on their type. Normally you deduce the type of a file from the file extension, although, sometimes even this is not sufficient. There are numerous settings which can be applied to the different file types. CRiSP comes with a selection of default settings, but you are free to extend or modify the list to suit your personal tastes. 

General settings

generalsettings

This dialog box is part of the Language editing modes dialog. These options allow you to specify various options suitable for editing plain text files, such as setting auto-wrap and auto-indenting. (Note that you can use auto-indent for program files as well, although the other options may not be useful, and may get in the way of these types of files).

Filter settings

filtersettings

This dialog box is part of the Language editing modes dialog. These options allow you to specify the names of external utilities (commands or programs) which should be used under various circumstances.

Comment settings

commentssettings

This dialog box is used to set the comment delimiters used when reformatting text. Typically this happens when you use <Ctrl-F>or the Comment or Comment box commands on the EditText formatting submenu.

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