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Description: Annotate Pascal Syntax
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Date: 24 Jul 20
Author: Brielle Harrison
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This is the Pascal syntax files for Annotate; they cover basic syntax of
Pascal, plus highlighting for all procedures and functions, types, variables
and constants specified in the fpdocs for all the amunits (Amiga Units) that
come with FreePascal 3 for the Amiga. This is roughly 7700 tokens of
highlighting but it greatly improves the ability to code for the Amiga in

Peer Dependencies
To make the syntax look better, there is an included SetColors.prefs that is
compatible with the setcolors13.lha tool found on aminet. It can be found 

The SetColors CLI command can easily apply the supplied color schemes. The 
pascal <Syntax> set defined in AnnotateSyntax.pascal.colors.xml will use the 
pens defined in the corresponding SetColors.<theme>.prefs file. The palette
png files can be seen in the palettes/ directory.

See the Readme file in the archive.

The <Style> tag and `styleset` attributes on the <Token> elements do absolutely
nothing right now. They are there to help identity colors chosen in the syntax
file. Their usage is a recommended upgrade for Annotate. We shall see if I 
or another coder puts them to use in a future version.

Free to use or distribute however you feel fit.

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