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    1 # Define SciTE settings for TAL files.
    2 file.patterns.TAL=*.TAL
    3 filter.tal=TAL (TAL)|$(file.patterns.TAL)|
    4 *filter.tal=$(filter.tal)
    5 
    6 lexer.$(file.patterns.TAL)=TAL
    7 
    8 # These keywords are case insensitive
    9 keywords.$(file.patterns.TAL)=and assert baddr begin by call callable case cbaddr code cwaddr define do downto drop else end entry external fixed for forward goto if int interrupt label land literal lor main not of or otherwise priv proc procaddr real resident return rscan scan sgbaddr sgwaddr sgxbaddr sgxwaddr stack store string struct subproc then to unsigned until use variable waddr while xor
   10 keywords2.$(file.patterns.TAL)=at below bit_filler block bytes c cobol elements ext extensible filler fortran language name pascal private unspecified words
   11 
   12 comment.block.TAL=--
   13 
   14 # TAL styles
   15 # 1,Comment|2,Line Comment|3,Doc Comment|4,Number|5,Keyword|6,String|7,Character|8,Unreserved keyword|9,Preprocessor|10,Operator
   16 # 11,Identifier
   17 style.TAL.0=fore:#808080
   18 
   19 # Comment
   20 style.TAL.1=fore:#008000,$(font.code.comment)
   21 # Line comment
   22 style.TAL.2=$(colour.code.comment.line),$(font.code.comment.line)
   23 # Doc comment
   24 style.TAL.3=$(colour.code.comment.document),$(font.code.comment.document)
   25 # Number
   26 style.TAL.4=$(colour.number)
   27 # Keyword
   28 style.TAL.5=$(colour.keyword),bold
   29 # String
   30 style.TAL.6=$(colour.string),$(font.monospace)
   31 # Character
   32 style.TAL.7=$(colour.char),$(font.monospace)
   33 # Unreserved keyword
   34 style.TAL.8=$(colour.keyword),bold
   35 # Preprocessor
   36 style.TAL.9=$(colour.preproc),$(font.preproc)
   37 # Operators
   38 style.TAL.10=$(colour.operator),bold
   39 # Identifier
   40 style.TAL.11=$(colour.identifier),$(font.identifier)
   41 
   42 
   43