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When using windows, Notepad++ is my editor of choice. When editing PHP files, it's nice to see coloured highlighting confirming your syntax is correct.

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As I regularly have to review & build Cisco ASA Firewall configs I thought it would be nice to add a little colour :)

Notepad++ Cisco Ios Language

Notepad++ supports a user defined language system whereby users can create their own syntax highlighting. As google couldn't find anyone else who'd had a go at this before I thought I'd have a crack at being the 1st.

Here is userDefineLang_ASA.xml, what you need to do is..

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1. Download the user-defined language to your computer
2. Open the file with your favourite text editor (such as notepad++ or notepad)
3. Click start, run, type (or paste in) %APPDATA%Notepad++ then click ok
4. Open userDefineLang.xml with a text editor
5. If this is the first userdefined language you are adding, copy/paste the entire first file (which you downloaded) into the userDefineLang.xml, replacing all that was there. If this is the second or more language you add, simply copy everything from the first file starting at something useful.

Comments or improvements welcome!

Here is how to add some quality of life upgrades when you are using Cisco’s IOS, Auto-complete and Language highlighting

Auto-Complete
https://github.com/notepad-plus-plus/userDefinedLanguages

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Download the full pack
Extract the zip
Navigate to userDefinedLanguages-masteruserDefinedLanguages-masterUDLs
Copy the XML files that start with “Cisco_”

Open another folder window and go to Notpad++
Usually C:Program Files (x86)Notepad++autoCompletion
Copy the XML files to your notpad++ autocompletion folder

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That’s it. Try typing a couple of CLI commands you should see suggestions starting to pop up.

Language Highlighting
https://github.com/click0/npp-udl
Download the pack
Unzip

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From Notepad++
Language > User Defined Languages >Define Your Language
Click Import > navigate to the extracted folder
Select the file that starts with “Cisco”
Click “Save As” and save with a memorable name

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To activate it go to Language and at the bottom of the list should be your Save As name

Try it out