Also see the Keywords.cobra file in a Cobra workspace, or online at source:/cobra/trunk/Source/KeywordSpecs.cobra
To get up and running, you can often take the Python config for your editor, duplicate it, rename it to "Cobra" and change the keyword set. The link above has a list of keywords. In the future, there will be a "-keywords" command line option for Cobra.
See also: EditorSupport
Heres the keywords list (as of Nov 2009) as configured for the Scintilla Editing component from http://scintilla.org (keywords Set0)
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and heres the isnames (access modifiers) keywords list (keywords Set1)
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