Do you have notepad++ syntax highlighting file?

+1 vote
asked Feb 16, 2016 in Closed question / help by asusmsk (160 points)
The famous source code editor Notepad++ suppports user-defined language for syntax highlighting (http://udl20.weebly.com/).

Do you have UDL file (xml-formatted) to import into Notepad++ to enable PlantUML syntax highlighting?

1 Answer

+2 votes
answered Feb 16, 2016 by asusmsk (160 points)
I have found a GitHub project

https://github.com/brim4brim/PlantUML_Notepad-_UDL

The provided UDL file works fair. Maybe you will contribute some more into its development
commented Jun 29, 2020 by anonymous
Cannot import in notepad++

Says - Fail to Import
commented Sep 7, 2021 by Harsha Puttagunta
Works great. Thank you
commented May 29 by anonymous
There is now also a plugin available, which allows to generate PlantUML diagramms in Notepad++:

https://github.com/Fruchtzwerg94/PlantUmlViewer
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