jquery auto complete in notepad++ (auto suggestion)

by default feature of jquery auto complete  in notepad++ not provided . Before the trick to provide feature of jquery auto complete in notepad++.I want to give some introduction of notepad++ and why it is my favourite.

Notepad++ is a free (as in “free speech” and additionally as in “free beer”) ASCII text file editor and supports many languages. Running within the MS Windows atmosphere, its use is ruled by GPL License. However you can run it in linux environment also.

See also: run window application in linux.

Based on the powerful piece of writing part Scintilla, Notepad++ is written in C++ and uses pure Win32 API and STL that ensures the next fastness and smaller program size.By optimizing as several routines as potential while not losing user friendliness,

Notepad++ is attempting to cut back the planet greenhouse emission emissions. Once exploitation less electronic equipment power, the computer will throttle down and scale back power consumption, leading to a greener environment.

jquery auto complete in notepad++

Download each userDefineLang_jQuery.xml and jquery.xml
Locate your Notepad++ installation directory and open up userDefineLang.xml

C:/Program Files/Notepad++/

If the file is presently empty you do not have any user defined languages and you’ll merely replace the file with userDefineLang_jQuery.xml and rename it to userDefineLang.xml

If the file already has user defined languages in it you may got to merge it with userDefineLang_jQuery.xml.

Copy the contents of userDefineLang_jQuery.xml and paste it at the bottom of the present userDefineLang.xml

take away the superfluous “ at the point at that you pasted within the new content

Save and shut this file

Open up the plugins/APIs directory and move the jquery.xml file into this location

C:/Program Files/Notepad++/plugins/APIs

Start up Notepad++. Choose “Language” from the toolbar and so “jQuery” from the bottom

If That doesnt Work

If “jQuery” doesn’t seem within the list click on “View” followed by “User-Defined Dialogue…”


within the User-Defined Dialogue click “Import” and choose the userDefineLang.xml file

shut the dialogue and restart the application. jQuery ought to currently seem within the Language menu.