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Columbus Syntax

Support for the BrainwareGroup Columbus scripting language.

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  • Win 34
  • Mac 3
  • Linux 4
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SublimeText 3 Columbus (Brainware) Syntax

Columbus Software deployment is an Automated installation, update and removal of any software packages, drivers and configuration settings. Support for all current package formats, scripting and snapshots developed by Brainware Group.

Script files are in *.wms format witch is a mix between INI and BATCH.

Features:

  • Fully color *.wms files
  • Fully Syntax recognition
  • Snippets for all the Commands

Installation:

Using Package Control

  1. Click the Tools > Command Palette menu
  2. Start Package Control: Install Package
  3. Search for Columbus Syntax

Manual Install

  1. Click the Preferences > Browse Packages...¦ menu
  2. Browse up a folder and then into the Installed Packages/ folder
  3. Download zip package rename it to Columbus.sublime-package and copy it into the Installed Packages/ directory

Support:

  • Any bugs please feel free to report here.