[OS X TeX] using other extensions in TeXShop

Julien Salort lists at juliensalort.org
Thu May 13 14:42:02 EDT 2004

Maarten Sneep <maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl> wrote:

> As to your first request: you can hack the Info.plist file and add your
> extensions (take the dtx file as an example, I think it has index #15),
> just copy and add. You'll find the info.plist file in the application
> bundle of TeXShop (right click on the applications). The second request
> you might then handle by using the personal scripts.
> No guerantees, it might be that TeXShop decides on the colouring when
> it opens, not by the type given in the plist file. In that case, hack
> the source.

It doesn't seem to work.

The code is objective-C, isn't it ?

If it had been C/C++, I would have tried but I know nothing of Obj-C.

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