After looking online I cannot find any info on enhancing N++ to support syntax highlighting for Laravel's Blade syntax (
<html> <head> <title>App Name - @yield('title')</title> </head> <body> @section('sidebar') This is the master sidebar. @show <div class="container"> @yield('content') </div> </body> </html>
I know Notepad++ supports user-defined languages to add syntax highlighting support for new file extensions (I have used this before for
However, I want to continue using N++'s built in highlighting for
*.php files and add to it by creating rules to match the Blade syntax within a PHP file. If I was to use N++'s user-defined language functionality for Blade files, I would also have to re-define all the syntax highlighting for PHP syntax.
I have attempted to modify N++'s
stylers.xml files under the PHP definition but with no luck.
Therefore, how would I enhance N++ to provide syntax highlighting support for Blade? This was my starting point which is Blade highlighting in Sublime.