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I realize editing .ashx that include inline code outside of a project is not the most common case but I would like to request that we default to syntax highlighting appropriate to the language rather than the asp.net highlighter since a .ashx typically has 1 line of xml then potentially a lot of c#. The asp.net highlighter does a terrible job with these files and the c# rules do quite well.
Mike, could we easily pass everything after the single <%@ ... %> directive to the C# highlighter?
in fact it's very easy to do
Note: we want to do this only for ashx/asmx, not aspx/ascx.
that's also easy :)
Isn't working for me.
Notes: ashx files has a <%@ ... %> directive (possibly more than one?) *followed* by C# code. The C# code is *not* inside the directive tag.
Here is a sample file:
<%@ WebHandler Language="C#" Class="Application.Foo" %>
public class Foo : System.Web.IHttpHandler
public virtual bool IsReusable
public virtual void ProcessRequest(HttpContext context)
ok misunderstood how the file looks :/