You can add custom syntax definitions to Textastic by using TextMate bundles or Sublime Text packages. Seehttps://www.textasticapp.com/v9/manual/customization/custom_syntax_themes_templates.htmlA search for "Z80 Assembly Sublime Text" brought up this Sublime Text package which should work:
Just put the file "Z80Assembly.tmLanguage.sublime-syntax" into the folder "Local Files/#Textastic/Z80/" and reload customizations. Then you should be able to select "Z80 Assembly" as a syntax definition in the file properties.
Here's how to get the file on an iPad:
the syntax checking is great but Z80 assembler which I use regularly (even though it’s pretty old these days), would be great!! Love the app!
first class !! Many thanks!!
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