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ACTG: Nucleotide syntax highlighting

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ACTG for SublimeText

Nucleotide syntax highlighting and reverse complement support. This is handy for “stare at the screen and squint” DNA analysis.

Features

  • Choose 'Nucleotides' syntax highlighting to colorize ACTG and N.
  • Automatically associates .fa, .fasta, .fq, .fastq, .sam, and .vcf files.
  • Make a selection and hit Control-Shift-R (or Command-Shift-R on Mac) to replace it with the reverse complement.

Bugs

  • ACTG and N are simply highlighted in place, which can make for some interestingly colored VCF comments and quality strings. A more clever regex would help, if only I could fathom the tmLanguage backreference match syntax.

Patches welcome.

Releases

  • 0.0.1: Initial release, 2014-09-29

Thanks

Developed at Spiral Genetics, http://www.spiralgenetics.com/