On 19/02/13 10:29, Yuhui Lin wrote:
xpp is the only editor which understands the ProofPower document
encoding (to the best of my knowledge).
We plan to start a project based on proofpower. So we want to have a look at
the source code, in particular those ml files. I wonder that if there is a
recommended editor which can access/organise the source code for a developer.
Currently I'm switching between JEditor and vi in xterm, neither of them is
ideal. Because JEditor can't show the especial characters properly and vi lacks
of syntax highlighting and project organising. Any suggestion ?
It wouldn't be hard to make a translator between the ProofPower
character set and UTF-8 but I don't think it has be done (though I do
have a partial translator which I have used for making HTML).
Its better to look at the ProofPower .doc files rather than the .sml
files, since they are the real source from which the .sml files are
extracted (I don't think ProofPower uses the .ml suffix at all).
Also you can get PDFs from the .docs, which are nice to read.
I don't know a way to get syntax highlighting, but the sources are
usually reasonably well laid out.
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