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Asterisk Config

by pnlarsson ALL

Asterisk *.conf syntax highlight and snippets for SublimeText

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Sublime Text - Asterisk *.conf highlighting

This package for Sublime Text adds highlighting support for Asterisk *.conf

Asterisk config highlighter

Automated Installation

If you have Package Control installed, open Sublime Text and hit CTRL+SHIFT+P and select Package Control: Install Package and input Asterisk config and hit enter. You will now have the package installed.

Manual Installation

Install by running git clone git@github.com:pnlarsson/SublimeAsteriskConfig.git "Asterisk" in /Packages