Re: How do I get GtkSourceView to recognize a mime-type
- From: "John Anderson" <sontek gmail com>
- To: "Paolo Maggi" <paolo maggi gmail com>
- Cc: gnome-devtools gnome org
- Subject: Re: How do I get GtkSourceView to recognize a mime-type
- Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2007 11:43:26 -0700
The reason its not choosing it is because its looking at the data and deciding that its not properly formatted. How do I tell it what the top header should look like?
It needs to be:
<%@ WebHandler Language="*" Class="*" %>
where the *'s can be anything
On 2/11/07, John Anderson <sontek gmail com> wrote:
The tooltip says text/plain
On 2/11/07, Paolo Maggi <
paolo maggi gmail com> wrote:
Does gedit recognize it as .ashx file? Look at the tooltip you get
moving the mouse pointer on the ab with the file name.
On 2/11/07, John Anderson <
sontek gmail com
> .ashx is a file extension for an HttpHandler in mono which means it can be
> in multiple languages (C#, VB, Boo, Ruby, Python, etc) and I was wondering
> if there was an easy way to get gtksourceview to recognize this file
> extension and highlight it. Since I'm mainly a C# developer I'm willing to
> settle for C# highlighting this is what I did: copied csharp.lang to
> ashx.lang and then changed its mime type to application/x-ashx which
> gnomevfs-info told me was the type to be defined. Yet when I open up gedit
> with a .ashx file it doesn't recognize the file by default and I have to
> view->highlighting mode->ashx
> I have 2 directories for mime types /usr/share/mime and
> /usr/local/share/mime not sure if that would be causing this glitch.
> Is there anything else I need to do?
> I'd also be willing to do the work to get it to allow all CLR lanagues if
> this is possible.
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