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Submitted by Robert Schikora on Wed, 2020-04-01 10:06
correct me if I'm wrong, but I noticed that frequently used SQL keywords like 'into' and 'declare' aren't highlighted and I was wondering if you could add those or alternatively allow custom keywords for syntax highlighting.
Submitted by Albert Tregnaghi on Sat, 2020-04-04 19:34
Just released Version 1.1.0 on eclipse marketplace which adds missing keywords, improves syntax highlighting and added standard SQL functions. See https://github.com/de-jcup/eclipse-sql-editor/issues/8 for details.
Submitted by John Thomas on Wed, 2019-07-10 15:36
Can you add support for block coments (/* */)?
Currently there is no special handling for text enclosed block comments.
Submitted by Albert Tregnaghi on Tue, 2019-07-16 06:21
Thanx for reporting in https://github.com/de-jcup/eclipse-sql-editor/issues/6
Issue is already resolved and will be contained in upcoming release (1.0.0)
Submitted by Scott Furry on Mon, 2019-04-22 05:48
Default Editor Colours are more aligned for Eclipse using a light theme( e.g. Default Text colour is Black which looks horrible on a dark background). But that's not a problem. Open preferences (Menus->Windows->Preferences and select SQL Editor -> Syntax Colouring. You should see a "Restore Defaults for Dark Theme" button on the dialog. This will reset the colours consistent for the selected theme. Works great! Plugin also works great with Eclipse Colour Theme plugin with selected Editor Colour Theme.
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