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Auto​Set​Syntax

by jfcherng ST3

AutoSetSyntax helps you set the syntax for a view automatically in various ways.

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ST-AutoSetSyntax

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AutoSetSyntax helps you set the syntax for a view automatically in various ways:

  • Default syntax for new files and build outputs.
  • Detecting the syntax when modifying the file.
  • Trimming unimportant suffixes from the filename.
  • Assigning syntax for Sublime Text syntax test files.
  • Assigning syntax by the first line.
  • User-defined rules.
  • (Experimental) Machine learning based syntax detection.

Installation

This package is available on Package Control by the name of AutoSetSyntax.

Documentation

https://jfcherng-sublime.github.io/ST-AutoSetSyntax/