I have written two syntax highlighter: one for CSS and one for HTML.
They work well.
But, I want to color CSS code in HTML code (inside <style> tag), so I want to be able to use multiple QSyntaxHighlighter in one QPlainTextEdit.
Is there a way to do what I want?
I cannot instantiate two QSyntaxHighlighter objects on the same QPlainTextEdit because only the second object will be used.
You’ll need to handle switching between the different highlighting modes yourself, within a single syntax highlighter.
I’d start with your HTML highlighter, since it should be able to tell when you’re inside a
<style> tag. Use the
setCurrentBlockState to mark that block as CSS, and delegate to the CSS renderer.
The basic idea is illustrated in the
QSyntaxHighlighter docs (switching between comment/code modes) and the example.
Answered By – Mat
Answer Checked By – Gilberto Lyons (AngularFixing Admin)