Most code editors allow you to add custom language files in the form of an XML file. If DroidEdit supports it, you can use the Gamemaker Studio Language File found here:https://dl.dropboxus...npp-gml-gms.xml
I imported it into Notepad++ on the PC. Looking at DroidEdit reviews, it looks like it supports multiple languages but I've never used it so this is as far as I'm able to help.
Ok thanks for the reply!
If DroidEdit doesn't support custom languages, I'm sure I will be able to find one that does!
EDIT: Seems that DroidEdit does not support custom syntax using an XML, worse than that, there doesn't seem to be any android code editors which do!
Seems a shame, I'm sure if YoYo made an external android code editor it would be well recieved and found useful by lots of people, not least me!
Edited by danlemon, 27 March 2016 - 12:29 AM.