Linux New Media article highlighting

Kate kate publishing syntax

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If you are writing articles for Linux New Media[1] they expect you to follow a certain, rather odd syntax[2]. With this highlighting you should have less trouble having an overview on what you write.

After installation you can find it under Other in the Highlighting submenu.

The highlighting uses default styles and should therefore follow the Kate/system colour scheme.

I wrote and tested it in Kate 3.4.4 (KDE 4.4.4), but it should probably work on older versions as well.

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[1] Amongst others they release: Linux Magazine, Linux Pro Magazine, Linux Admin, EasyLinux, LinuxUser etc.
http://www.linuxnewmedia.de
[2] http://www.linux-magazine.com/Contact/Write-for-Us/Formatting-your-text
Last changelog:

9 years ago

1.1 Added highlighting for references and footnotes, so e.g. [1], [2], [345] will be easier to spot and match them.
1.0 Initial version, can be called complete. Takes into account all tags needed.

TODO
Maaaaaaaybeeeee add a special rule for table lines.

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9 years ago

1.1 Added highlighting for references and footnotes, so e.g. [1], [2], [345] will be easier to spot and match them.
1.0 Initial version, can be called complete. Takes into account all tags needed.

TODO
Maaaaaaaybeeeee add a special rule for table lines.

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