File extensions

I use ".t" files for module tests, e.g. "Baz.t" tests While I've mapped the .t file to optiperl in WinXP, so clicking on a .t files opens it in Optiperl, once it opens, optiperl itself doesn't regognize it as a perl script, so I have to go to File->Other Languages->Perl to set the type.

How can I make this association permanent in Optiperl so I don't have to keep resetting the type every time I open a new .t file?

Edit the file "Parsers.xml" found in the folder you installed optiperl. This is required to do this.

You can also edit the files "Default Modes.txt" and "File Dialog Filters.txt". For more information see their contents.

19.08.2003. 13:51

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