You can also add your own custom language support to Source Insight using the Options > Preferences: Languages dialog box. A custom language is a simple generic language that specifies syntax rules, syntax formatting keywords, and simple parsing expressions. See: Language Options.
Custom languages can also be exported and imported.
To Add a Custom Language
Adding support for a new language is basically a two-step process:
1.Add the language, using Options > Preferences: Languages. See Language Options.
2.Add the File Type that refers to the language, by using Options > File Type Options. See File Types.
The File Types dialog still allows you to add a custom parsing pattern directly into the file type properties, in lieu of adding a new language. However, you have more control by adding a new custom language and using your file type to point to the new language.
The Language Options topic in the Command Reference contains more details on custom language properties. See: Language Options.