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I created it because I'm not keen on Sublime's stock C package for the following reasons:
- It's conflated with supporting C++ at the same time.
- Its scope taxonomy doesn't KISS.
CFeather is targeted at ISO C90 aka ANSI C89. For convenience, some non-standard constructs are recognised:
booland anything with a
_tsuffix as type names.
//as the start of a line comment.
- A subset of Doxygen-formatting in comments (You must opt in to this via your colour scheme. See here).
For CFeather to be picked up by Sublime, you must first add the aforementioned stock package (“C++”) to the
ignored_packages array in your settings file.
This package is available direct from its GitHub homepage, and also via Sublime Package Control. If you wish to distribute it otherwise, please contact me first.
Here's a screenshot. Remember that CFeather isn't about specific colours, but rather which colours are picked from your active colour scheme. The colour scheme it's paired with below is one I created, Sundried.