The new C++11 standard adds a few of new keywords, like "constexpr", "decltype", "override" and others. But latest version of the Atmel Studio (even 6.2 beta) does not highlight these keywords at all. Nor Atmel Studio itself, nor VAssistX. It's not a big deal of course, however, it would be nice to see new keywords highlighted too.
Microsoft Visual Studio allows this by creating usertype.dat file in the "Common7/IDE" folder (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/... for example).
But with Atmel Studio such trick doesn't work.
Is there some possibility (except adding #defines to the VAssistX's stdafx.h file) to add custom keywords so that they be highlighted like standard C++ operators (e.g. "while", "for", "switch" etc.)?