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The color scheme that Intellipad uses to display text can be customized as well. The file that controls how Intellipad displays text is ClassificationFormats.xcml file, installed in Microsoft Oslo\1.0\bin\Settings. Each ClassificationFormat controls the appearance of a different text type. The text type's color is set by the Foreground attribute and is written in hexadecimal ARGB (Alpha-RedGreen-Blue) notation. Not all color entries have an Alpha component; they are not required. To change the color, change the RGB values that the text type uses. For example, if you wanted to make all keywords appear in purple, you would change the Keyword entry so it looks like this: <act:Export Name='{}Microsoft.Intellipad.ClassificationFormat'> <ls:ClassificationFormat Name='Keyword' FontFamily='Consolas' FontWeight='Bold' Foreground='#FF800080' /> </act:Export>
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You can create language modes for your custom DSL by compiling the grammars and placing the MX files in the Intellipad Settings directory (installed in Microsoft Oslo\1.0\bin). To compile your grammar, run the following from a command window: <path to>\Microsoft Oslo\1.0\bin\m.exe <path to .mg file> [/o:<path to .mx output file>] When you restart Intellipad, your new modes will appear in the mode selection drop-down list. To automatically associate your mode with a file extension, add it to FileExtensions.xcml in the Settings directory.
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Almost all commands available in Intellipad have been written in Python using the object model exposed by the application. The Python files are installed in the Settings directory. Commands.py contains most of the commands for Intellipad. Configuration-specific commands can be placed in configuration-specific subdirectories (e.g., VisualStudio). A command definition consists of the following: An Executed function definition, which acts as the command handler and provides the logic for the command. An optional CanExecute function definition, which determines when the command is enabled (use if you are making your command available using menu items).
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To reload the Settings and have changes take effect, you must restart Intellipad.
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The Intellipad customization and extensibility model is based on named components. Some components are just data, providing configuration information like what color and font to use when displaying keywords, mapping file extensions to modes, and the contents of the menu bar. Most components of that nature are expressed declaratively. Other components provide more complex functionality like commands, buffer modes, or editor behaviors. These components are either exposed in script or compiled .NET assemblies. Intellipad uses a catalog for locating and activating components. A catalog is a list of components and associated metadata. Components can be located in compiled assemblies, Python scripts, and declarative markup files. At startup, a configuration file with a list of catalog sources is loaded and used to build the catalog. By default, Intellipad looks for a file called ipad.m in the same directory as ipad.exe. See the CommandLine Options section later in this Appendix for information on how to specify an alternative startup configuration file. After it is first built, the catalog is cached to speed startup time and is updated when sources change. Commands are one of the most widely used components in Intellipad. Intellipad uses an input system based on Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Commanding. Commands are delegates exported as components that can then be executed when a menu item is selected or a key sequence is pressed. Commands can also be run from script. Metadata attached to command components provides information to the command system like the command's name, its default keystroke, and the editor component the command is targeting (such as buffer, view, window, and so forth).
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Compiled Components
Some Intellipad components are complex and benefit from being implemented in a .NET programming language like C# or VB.NET. Classes, properties, and methods in an assembly are marked with custom attributes to indicate what components they are exporting and also what components they depend on (imports).
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