SET AUTOCOLOR - specifies which parser to use for syntax highlighting
- [SET] AUTOCOLOR mask parser [MAGIC]
- The SET AUTOCOLOR command allows the user to specify which syntax highlighting parser is to be used for which file masks.
- The parser argument specifies a syntax highlighting parser that already exists, either as a default parser , or added by the user with SET PARSER . The special parser name of '*NULL' can be specified; this will effectively remove the association between the parser and the file mask.
- The mask argument specifies the file mask (or magic number ) to associate with the specified parser. The mask can be any valid file mask for the operating system. eg *.c fred.* joe.?
- If the magic option is specified, the mask argument refers to the last element of the magic number that is specified in the first line of a Unix shell script comment. eg if the first line of a shell script contains: #!/usr/local/bin/rexx then the file mask argument would be specified as "rexx".
- XEDIT: N/A
- KEDIT: Similar. KEDIT does not have MAGIC option.
- See QUERY AUTOCOLOR
- See Also:
- SET COLORING, SET ECOLOUR, SET PARSER
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