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Use Different Editor

From: Kevin Goodspeed
Subject: Use Different Editor
Date: Sun, 3 Feb 2008 14:11:07 -0500

Is there a way I can tell Octave to open a different editor other than
SciTE when I enter "edit" into the octave command prompt?  I want to
get SciTE to use the same text/highlighting sheme I specified in
Octave, but changing the properties of SciTE is a little difficult.  I
know how to change the background color and text color in SciTE, but I
don't know how to change the syntax highlighting of stuff like
comments.  Any help would be appreciated.

- CircuitsMan

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