Files with no extension

Is there a way to have OptiPerl open a file with no extension and highlight it as perl? For whatever reason I am working on a project in cvs that has all the perl files stored with no extension. I have to manually tell OptiPerl that it is to be viewed as perl. Maybe there is a way to change the File Dialog Filters file but I have had no luck.

Answer:
Actually I think I got it.... I changed my "Parsers.xml" from
<filetype>
    <extensions>
     .
    </extensions>
    <parser>
     none perl <------------This
    </parser>
</filetype>

<filetype>
    <extensions>
     .
    </extensions>
    <parser>
    perl <-----------------to This
    </parser>
</filetype>

it works!! This really is a great program. Thanks.

On the line with the parsers, the first one is the default.

23.03.2004. 20:08

Ralph Crawford on 24.03.2007. 07:23

Just exactly what I was looking for.

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