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You can already rename a file: open the file, then go to the file properties popover and tap on the file name.
Well, it currently looks like this in Info.plist:


If I don't register the font files here, they are not available in the app.

You can look up UIAppFonts in the docs.
As far as I know, I have to register fonts in the info.plist file.
This can't be changed after it is in the App Store. So, if I'm
not mistaken, I don't think this would be possible.
The font is under the OFL - - I just had a look at it and it looks like I can use it in Textastic.

I'll try it on the iPad.
Looks like this should be possible. I'll try it and see if it works on the iPad.

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If you can send me the clojure.plist file to I'll be sure to add it to Textastic!
I don't plan to release it for iPhone right now. Maybe in the future.
This should be easy. But, I didn't think it would make a lot of sense for long source code files. I was probably wrong :)
Ok, that's easy. I'll be sure to register the .textile file extension for this.