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Anyone knows what's the tool for display the abap code? The tool looks very fancy

Mar 08, 2017 at 04:56 AM

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Anyone knows what's the tool for display the abap code?

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Horst Keller
Mar 08, 2017 at 07:14 AM
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Could be ADT, aka ABAP in Eclipse with user defined colors ...

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Thanks, I will check this.

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Richard Harper Mar 08, 2017 at 09:08 AM
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Or it could be the standard SE80 or SE38 with the ABAP_DARK colour scheme:

Hmmm... And now I can't find the relevant web page..... Oh well.

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Rich


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If you're using SE80, you can customize the colors yourself -> little button in bottom right corner

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That's what Abap_Dark is - but it is a file with all the relevant XML in it and you just replace Abap_Spec and Abap_user xml files in the relevant directory.

Rich

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Might as well be some blogging platform's code highlighting editor (I've seen similar screenshots in some non-SCN blogs). Or even Photoshop for all we know.

Doesn't look "fancy" at all to me, by the way. Rather painful.

Edit: found it. I knew it looked familiar: http://abapmentor.expertise-team.com/post/display-alv-list-easily-in-abap-using-cl-salv-table-part-iv-individual-column-settings.aspx

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Yes, this is the place I found the code. But not know if the code is from a code editor or it's just the blog internal formate.

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I actually quite like the Abap_Dark colour scheme - it's a darn sight(!) easier on the eyes than the standard. It also reminds me of a 3270 display terminal (yeah - I'm a nerd I admit it......)

Rich

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I thought it may be a existing code editor or text editor which also support ABAP code.

For se80, need some customizing but still not get the same formate as the shoot I provide.

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Look at this. It looks almost same.

Attached abap_spec.xml file that you can use to get same result.

No need to change abap_user.xml file.

abap-spec-dark.xml

EDIT: The author of blog which you took screenshot of.. is also willing to give away the original steps for free. You just need to sign up using Green button in below link :-). But I think xml file attached here is good enough.

http://abapmentor.expertise-team.com/post/how-to-change-the-theme-of-your-abap-workbench-tools.aspx

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abap-spec1.xml and abap-user1.xml

These are the files I am talking about. You can then (after saving them), replace Abap_Spec and Abap_user xml which will give you the colour scheme in my screen shots.

Rich

abap-spec1.xml (21.1 kB)
abap-user1.xml (1.7 kB)
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