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 For auto-complete and other suggestive features Geany uses its tags system to accomplish this. To make our work easier for us, we'll simply add the HPL2 functions list to an already existing supported language: the C language. This is done automatically when Geany reads our .tags file. In this way we can just tell Geany to assume that all %%*%%.hps files are C++ files, which would also trigger C++ syntax-highlighting and symbols listing for all .hps files. For auto-complete and other suggestive features Geany uses its tags system to accomplish this. To make our work easier for us, we'll simply add the HPL2 functions list to an already existing supported language: the C language. This is done automatically when Geany reads our .tags file. In this way we can just tell Geany to assume that all %%*%%.hps files are C++ files, which would also trigger C++ syntax-highlighting and symbols listing for all .hps files.
  
-    - Assuming you already have Geany installed, go [[http://​pastebin.com/​rcPQaWJt|here]] and download the paste. Be sure to save the file as "​hps.c.tags"​ (as the title of the paste shows).+    - Assuming you already have Geany installed, go [[http://​pastebin.com/​sdrvC7aF|here]] and download the paste. Be sure to save the file as "​hps.c.tags"​ (as the title of the paste shows).
     - Move the file to Geany'​s user tags directory. In Windows 7 that would be, for example, C:​\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\geany\tags. In Linux that would be /​home/​username/​.config/​geany/​tags.     - Move the file to Geany'​s user tags directory. In Windows 7 that would be, for example, C:​\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\geany\tags. In Linux that would be /​home/​username/​.config/​geany/​tags.
     - Open up the filetype_extensions.conf file. In Windows 7 that would be found in, for example, C:\Program Files (x86)\Geany\data. In Linux that would be in, for example, /​usr/​share/​geany.     - Open up the filetype_extensions.conf file. In Windows 7 that would be found in, for example, C:\Program Files (x86)\Geany\data. In Linux that would be in, for example, /​usr/​share/​geany.
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