This archive contains files to make SciTE support syntax coloring and API calltips for the Haxe language. It is part of the public domain.
Here's how to "install" it:
- move haxe.api to a convenient place. I've put it in /usr/local/share/scite/ on my Linux, you might prefer some other place.
- copy the contents of haxe.properties into your ~/.SciTEUser.properties or anywhere else where scite will find it. Adapt the path to haxe.api (in the second-to-last line) according to where you've put it.
- if you like, try out the syntax color definitions from colors.properties.
Maybe restart your SciTE, then enjoy! : Haxe keywords should be highlighted, known words from the haxe API will be colored in a different style (i'm personally not quite sure if i like this), and you will have "calltips" (tooltips that pop up) explaining the API.
Note that SciTE doesn't know anything about the semantics of the Haxe API - calltips are based purely on the function name - so a hint doesn't meant that the object you're trying to call the function on actually is of the right type, etc. But it provides *some* hints :)
any feedback to: dan_AT_f3c_DOT_com 
$ wget http://iterative.org/haxe/scite-haxe-1.tbz2 $ bunzip2 scite-haxe-1.tbz2 $ tar -xf scite-haxe-1.tar $ cd scite-haxe-1 $ more README $ ls -l ~/.SciTEUser.properties $ cat haxe.properties >> ~/.SciTEUser.properties $ sudo mkdir /usr/local/share/scite/ $ sudo cp haxe.api /usr/local/share/scite/haxe.api