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COBOL Syntax

by bitlang ST2/ST3

Sublime COBOL Language support

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  • Win 4K
  • OS X 1K
  • Linux 1K
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Source
bitbucket.​org

COBOL Language Support for Sublime Text 3

What is this?

Syntax highlighting for COBOL in Sublime Text 3.

What is this not?

An IDE or Intellisense suport for COBOL.

Package Control

  1. Make sure you already have Package Control installed
  2. Choose Install Package from the Command Palette
  3. Select COBOL and press Enter

Manual installation

  1. Download the files using the GitHub .zip download option
  2. Unzip the files to your Sublime Text Packages directory

Features

  • Basic COBOL syntax and simple keyword completion
  • Sequence number/add/remove/clear via extra commands
  • goto start of procedure division command
  • Snippets for basic program (program-id), basic class (class-id), method, try-catch, evaluate
  • Simple template COBOL programs
  • Dialect based syntax (OpenCOBOL, Micro Focus ACUCOBOL GT and Micro Focus COBOL)
  • Simple jcl syntax support
  • Custom comment prefix

Shortcuts

  • [ ALT SHIFT A ]: Change to ACUCOBOL Syntax
  • [ ALT SHIFT C ]: Change to COBOL Syntax
  • [ ALT SHIFT O ]: Change to OpenCOBOL Syntax