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  07 July 2003

Where did you find the MEL syntax for the crimson editor? I couldn't find it on the homepage. Since the crimson is freeware I'd like to try it =)
  07 July 2003

that's where it can be found...always remember...google is your friend

the name is "MEL Syntax Highlighting for Crimson Editor v0.1"
Highpoly human W.I.P
  07 July 2003
Thank you very much (B-HOLM).

Btw, I visited Roskilde for the first time this year. Had a really good time there. =)
  07 July 2003
but if i use mac os X what application i use for develope mel script?

-alberto sigismondi.
  07 July 2003
I'm using Hydra for OSX Mel development. I posted a MEL syntax pList on their site. Hydra does nearly everything UltraEdit does that is meaningful to Mel development and it's free.

  08 August 2003
nedit at work in the linux environment and editPlus at home in my windows environment.

  08 August 2003
I'm a HUGE fan of SciText editor. It installs with Digital Fusion and I'm not sure if you can get it otherwise, I'd image ya could though. I prefer it because it's not near the crap that UltraEdit has (it's nice and clean). Plus, it's got a column on the right that you can resize that serves as an awesome scratch pad. It's better than having bunches of tabs at the top and random files floatin around!


  08 August 2003

Ultraedit is the bomb.

MEL syntax highlighting
Color coding for all different types of commands
Search & Replace
Column Editing
{} opening/closing loops recognition

I live in UltraEdit everyday. I'd highly recommend it.

  10 October 2003
ultraEdit highlighting

For those who couldn't get the mel syntax highlighting in ultraEdit, first make sure you have the highend file ( http://www.highend2d.com/tools/?section=NT )
pasted into the ultraEdit's text file, then in ultraEdit go to view>View As [highlighting file type]>mel script.
  10 October 2003
I use SourceEdit. It is free and has syntax-highlighting for mel (downloadable on the website), code-completion for MEL-commands, automatic indentation and a function-list to navigate in long scripts. http://www.brixoft.com
  11 November 2003
Blue Mel Studio is a really nice thing!
thanks for pointing that one out... I enjoy its code-completion feature the most. Ideal for those just starting on the road towards MEL-guruship, like myself.
thanks, max liani...
  11 November 2003
Emacs in c++ mode.

I want use mel mode but the link is break.

Emacs rulez
CGReelBlog ( http://vmuriel.wordpress.com )
  01 January 2004
I just downloaded Blue Mel Studio. What a cool plugin, Max Liani could charge a hundred bucks for this thing (but don't tell him that). I like em free
Kiaran Ritchie
Game Developer / Programmer / Rigger
  02 February 2004
XEmacs and "mel-mode" (see earlier post for the link to the mel-mode source).
  03 March 2004

i use ConTEXT with MEL syntax-highlighter all the time... great little app! can't believe no-one here had mentioned it...

here's the link to download the app: http://www.fixedsys.com/context/
uploaded syntax highlighter on my server: http://www.mimweb.com/download/mel4_0.zip

happy MEL scripting...

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