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Differentiating the continuation character ( \ ) for the cases whether it's the last character of the line it belongs to in wing.

Hi,

When inputting long line, the continuation character ( \ ) maybe used in python. But I noted that the this character doesn't any color or some specific marker near them for me to differentiate the following cases: whether the continuation character ( \ ) is the last character of the line it belongs to.

I tried to let wing show the EOL, but this method seems so annoying with tool many marks put into my file.

Any graceful way to solve this issue?

Regards

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asked 2020-04-01 20:06:38 -0600
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updated 2020-04-02 07:42:33 -0600
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No, it looks like the lexer that is used for syntax coloring does not treat \ at end of line any differently. In fact it doesn't seem to even treat it as any different than the default text color. Our editor is based on the open source component Scintilla, and uses its Python lexer: https://www.scintilla.org/

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answered 2020-04-02 09:17:05 -0600
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