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Syntax definitions for ES6 JavaScript with React JSX extensions.

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babel-sublime

Only supports Sublime Text 3. Sublime Text 2 is no longer supported.

Language definitions for ES6+ JavaScript with React JSX syntax extensions.

Installation

Find it as Babel through Package Control.

Setting as the default syntax

To set it as the default syntax for a particular extension: 1. Open a file with that extension, 2. Select View from the menu, 3. Then Syntax -> Open all with current extension as... -> Babel -> JavaScript (Babel). 4. Repeat this for each extension (e.g.: .js and .jsx).

Setting a Color Scheme

Babel comes bundled with Next and Monokai from Benvie/JavaScriptNext.tmLanguage. Select one from Preferences -> Color Scheme -> Babel

Advanced usage

It's possible to set Babel as the only JavaScript package by disabling the stock one. To do so, add "ignored_packages": ["JavaScript"] to your Preferences.sublime-settings. The benefits include: * extension-less node scripts will automatically be recognized as JavaScript (Babel), * and reduced clutter in the syntax menu.

Keep in mind, the stock snippets will no longer work (you may still use your own), and other third-party packages that depend on the stock package may break (no known ones so far).

Screenshots

babel-sublime-vs-sublime-react--react-class

babel-sublime-vs-sublime-react--jsx-comments-etc

  • babel-sublime correctly matches JSX comments between attributes, namespaced components, and non-alpha characters in tag/attribute names.

babel-sublime-vs-sublime-react--jsx-tight

  • Greater-/less-than comparisons are correctly identified as such and not mistaken for JSX tags.

Snippets

Find them separately at babel/babel-sublime-snippets or as Babel Snippets through Package Control.

Suggested Resources

Sublime Text Color Schemes which are ready for JavaScript's new features and babel-sublime package.

Oceanic Next Color Scheme

Zeus Color Scheme

zeus-color-scheme

About

Under the hood, babel-sublime is based on the excellent Benvie/JavaScriptNext.tmLanguage with JSX syntax support built on top. The initial definitions for JSX came from reactjs/sublime-react via yungters/sublime - special thanks go to @jgebhardt and @zpao.

Contributing

Pull Requests should include your changes to the respective YAML-tmKittens file as well as the converted tmKittens file. Use AAAPackageDev to convert the YAML-tmKittens files.