Syntax Edit 2013 for Visual C++ MFC
Syntax Edit for Visual C++ MFC provides your users with a highly sophisticated text editor control that supports syntax colorization and many advanced features.
Syntax Edit is included with the Toolkit Pro for Visual C++ evaluation.
Codejock Syntax Edit provide several options to choose from including ext block grouping, syntax colorization, line numbers, font type, pre-defined color schemes, book marks, break points and much more!
Visual C++ 6.0
Visual C++ .NET 2002 (7.0)
Visual C++ .NET 2003 (7.1)
Visual C++ .NET 2005 (8.0)
Visual C++ .NET 2008 (9.0)
Visual C++ .NET 2010 (10.0)
Visual C++ .NET 2012 (11.0)
Supported Operating Systems
Windows 8, Windows 8 x64
Windows 7, Windows 7 x64
Vista, Vista x64
Windows XP, Windows XP x64
Windows NT 4.0, 2000, 2003, 2008
Windows 95, 98, 98SE, Me
Visual C++ 6.0
Visual Studio .NET style Syntax Editor Control
Visual Studio .NET style Syntax Editor Control provides your users with a highly sophisticated text editor control that supports advanced features such as text block grouping, syntax colorization, line numbers, font type, pre-defined color schemes, book marks, break points and many more advanced features.
Text Block Grouping
Visual Studio .NET style text block grouping allows you to easily organize a document of text into blocks of text that can be hidden with the click of a button. Hidden blocks of text can have a message stating what has been hidden for view. This allows you to minimize the clutter of vary large text documents.
INI file based syntax colorization allows you to specify specific colorization rules for your text documents. For example, you can specify a different set of colors to be used for cpp, h, html, asp, etc files. Color rules can be applied to specific words or groups of words and phrases.
Bookmarks allow you to place a "bookmark" at any position in your text document. You can later cycle through all of your bookmarks to easily return to positions of interest in your document.
Visual Studio style breakpoints allow you to place a "breakpoint" at any position in your text document. This can be used for many different reasons, for example, if you have a code compiler you could use these breakpoints to indicate where code execution will "break" and wait for user interaction.
Visual Studio .NET Style Intellisense Help
Using various configuration files such as a C++ configuration file you can add intellisense to the syntax editor. Using the configuration file you can specify which "keywords" will use the intellisense feature. To active intellisense press Ctrl + Space anytime during editing.
Line numbers allow you to easily see how many lines are in a text document as well as serve reference to the position you are at in the document. You can use these numbers to communicate points of interest in a document.