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Notepad++ Lua language file


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I just found this useful language definition file for Notepad++ which provides syntax colouring on Lua files and code collapsing.

I find it useful to edit my Lua User Functions in Notepad++ and then copy into the correct tab in Urwigo. it's an extra step but makes life a little simpler.


If you paste your code from Urwigo (or anywhere else) into a new file you'll need to set its language type or save it as a temporary file with the .lua extension.


There's also a Lua editor at http://luaedit.sourceforge.net/ but I'm used to Notepad++ so will stick with that



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