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Bind Zone files

by sixty4k ST2/ST3

Sublime Text - Bind Zone File syntax highlighting

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Bind Zone File Syntax Highlighting

I'm loving Sublime Text, but the files I edit most are config files, not code.

Here's a basic syntax highlighting package for zone files. Nothing fancy, but I understand how to write a highlighter a little better now.

As well, cause I couldn't find it doc'd anywhere, there's a list of the generic scopes that the Color Scheme's should recognize (pulled it from the Solarized theme as that's what I use)

Installation

Package Control -> Install package -> zone

Sad Project is Sad

I haven't done anything with this project in years. If you like Sublime and Bind, and wish this did more or was better and would like to take over the project, let me know.