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Created: cyke64 (15 Mar 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (31 May 2013)

You first need to install the pyfontify module for making simple syntax coloring in Text widget. And with Eclipse you can use Pydev, very convenient feature rich plugin.

from appuifw import *
from pyfontify import fontify
import os, e32
src = ur"""
__version__ = "0.4"
import string, re, keyword
commentPat = "#.*"
# Build up a regular expression
pat = "q[^\q\n]*(\\\\[\000-\377][^\q\n]*)*q"

color = { 'keyword': 0x0000ff,
'string': 0xff00ff,
'comment': 0x008000,
'function': 0x008080,
'class': 0x008080 }
t = Text()
pos = 0
for tag, start, end, sl in fontify(src):
t.color = 0
t.color = color[tag]
pos = end
t.color = 0
app.body = t

Issue : This is very slow ! 1 minute for hundred python source lines !

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