No 'DefaultHighlightingStyle' was specified

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Posted 15 years ago by Maurizio Margiotta - Lead Programmer, Evolution City Group S.a.s.
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Hi, I'm trying to generate a single xml language file for HTML.

Looking to another post in this fourm I have written this code:

syntaxEditor1.Document.LoadLanguageFromXml(Application.StartupPath+@"\HTML.xml",0);
syntaxEditor1.Document.SaveLanguageToXml(Application.StartupPath+@"\FullHTML.xml",0);
This generate a single file that contains VBScript, PHP, JScript and CSS languages.

In another project I do like this:

syntaxEditor1.Document.LoadLanguageFromXml(Application.StartupPath+@"\FullHTML.xml",0);
But I receive this error:
No 'DefaultHighlightingStyle' was specified for the state 'DefaultState' in the language 'PHP'

The strange thing is that if I load the original HTML.xml file everything work well. So I can't find the problem.

Did you know if this Is a known issue? What I can do?

Thank you.

PS: I'm using SyntaxEditor v3.0.179.0 on Windows 2000 and .NET 1.1

[Modified at 01/25/2006 12:48 PM]

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Posted 15 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
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I'm not aware of any issues... can you email us your language definition files so we can take a look?


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Posted 15 years ago by Maurizio Margiotta - Lead Programmer, Evolution City Group S.a.s.
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Like you ask me I have sent you an email.
The latest build of this product (v2020.1 build 0402) was released 24 days ago, which was after the last post in this thread.

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