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Autotools syntax highlighting for Sublime Text

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Sublime Autotools

Autotools syntax highlighting for Sublime Text

This package includes syntax highlighting for Autoconf M4 and Automake files.

Makefile.am is normally Automake code, but Sublime Text highlights it as Makefile code by default. If you want the Automake definition in this package to override the default syntax highlighting for Makefile.am, you can choose ViewSyntaxOpen all with current extension as…AutotoolsAutomake.

Note: For Autoconf M4 macros, the arguments may need to be highlighted in several different ways; some are shell code, some are plain text, and a few are C code. There are definitions for the builtin ones, but custom macros may not be highlighted correctly.