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change text foreground color for specific words [message #1260259] Sat, 01 March 2014 08:33
yunmei lu is currently offline yunmei lu
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I am developing an eclipse plugin. And I want to change text foreground color for specific words and pass the compiler rules in eclipse java editor environment. The specific words is like //Mytag or like #Mytag. I don't want to make a own editor. I want add this new syntax coloring to original java editor.

I ever try use a customized SourceViewerConfiguration to add new syntax coloring to original java editor. But it is not work.

Who knows whether I can use SourceViewerConfiguration to add new syntax coloring to original java editor. If not, which kinds of method I can meet my needs.

It bother me long ago. Very thanks your valuable advice!
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