Using Other Code Editors

In the Ring/Editor folder you will find extensions for the next editors

  • Notepad++
  • Geany
  • Atom
  • Sublime Text 2
  • Visual Studio IDE
  • Emacs

Using Notepad++

Folder : ring/editor/notepad_plus_plus

  • Open Notepad++
  • Open the “Language” menu
  • Select “Define your language...”
  • Click “Import...”
  • select Ring.xml
  • Select “OK” on the “Import successful” dialog and close the “User Defined Language” dialog/panel
  • You may need to restart notepad++
Using Notepad++

Using Geany

Folder : ring/editor/geany

  • Run Geany editor
  • Click on “Tools -> configuration files -> filetypes_extensions.conf” menu
  • Add this line “Ring=*.ring;” without quotes after [Extensions]
  • In unbuntu copy file “filetypes.Ring.conf” to folder “/home/USERNAME/filetypes.Ring.conf”
  • You can run your files by pressing F5 button
Using Geany

Using Atom

Folder : ring/editor/atom

Just Copy the folder atom-language-ring to the next path

Using Atom

Using Sublime Text 2

Folder : ring/editor/sublime text 2

In the folder Sublime_Text_2 you will find the next three files

1 - ring.json-tmlanguage

2 - ring.sublime-build

3 - ring.tmlanguage

Just Copy the files to the next path

"C:\Users\{UserName}\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 2\Packages\User\"

The file ring.sublime-build includes the next line

"cmd": ["B:\\ring\\bin\\ring.exe","$file"],

You can modify it according to the ring.exe path in your machine

Using Sublime Text 2

Using Visual Studio IDE

Folder : ring/editor/visualstudio

Check the ReadMe file for installation instructions.

Using Visual Studio

Using Emacs Editor

Folder : ring/editor/emacs

Check the ReadMe file for installation instructions.

Screen Shot:

Ring mode for Emacs Editor