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Dafny

by tvi ST2/ST3

A Sublime Text 2 plugin for Dafny. Provides syntax highlighting.

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sublime-dafny

A Sublime Text 2 plugin for Dafny. Provides verifing and syntax highlighting.

The Problem

This packages adds support for Dafny static program verifier to Sublime Text 2.

Getting Started

If you're running a full installation of Sublime Text, simply doublelick on the .sublime-package file. If you're running a portable installation, you need to perform an installation by hand.

Once installed, run the following command from the Python console (Ctrl+`):

view.run_command("COMMAND")

Alternatively, you can define a new key binding for this command.

How to Use