@b4n, sure, some premature optimisation of Scintilla is welcome :)
But as has been shown above, that syntax is used in C++ for more than one
thing. It needs semantics to separate it, and Scintilla doesn't do semantics.
Of course if typenames from the types list override the syntax it would be
fine, but I'm not sure Scintilla can do that since it doesn't know which
wordlists are which, and other Scintilla users might use a different wordlist.
Also explicit template function call syntax needs to be handled.
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