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Chapel​Lang

by acrosby ST2/ST3

Currently, Cray Chapel syntax highlighting for Sublime Text editor

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sublimetext-chapel

Currently, Cray Chapel syntax highlighting and some basic snippets for Sublime Text editor.

More snippets, and Chapel compiler (chpl) build scenarios could be easily added. PR's will be accepted, because I won't be working on this full time.

The syntax description is taken from the now official @chapel-lang 's chapel-tmbundle (https://github.com/chapel-lang/chapel-tmbundle) which is keeping (only) the textmate syntax description up-to-date.

Currently, this syntax description from https://github.com/chapel-lang/chapel-tmbundle/commit/8e8f4f6e8b4c2a126181ea64fb6f181650a97dac