Color coding for JSPs with alternate extensions [Closed]

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    Is it possible to have JSPs, with alternate file extensions (.foo or whatever), still show the colorized code that appears for standard JSPs? My company uses their own file extension and thus everything just comes out as plain black text. I am running Eclipse 3.0 with Workbench 3.8 B1 on Win2k.

    -Brent

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    Scott Anderson
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    Brent,

    My company uses their own file extension

    I won’t even ask why. 🙂

    Yes, you can. You need to go Window > Preferences > Workbench > File Associations and add your .foo extension then associate it with the MyEclipse JSP Editor in the bottom dialog area. Then, when you open a .foo file, our JSP editor will be used.

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    Oh that is so easy…I was only looking at the MyEclipse tab under preferences. Thank you so much for pointing this out to me, and so quickly too. 🙂

    -Brent

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    Scott Anderson
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    No problem. Welcome to MyEclipse.

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