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Darwin

by kgori ST2/ST3

Darwin Syntax Highlighting for Sublime Text / TextMate

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  • 2014.03.19.10.18.24
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 6 years ago
  • 41 minutes ago
  • 6 years ago

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  • Total 240
  • Win 144
  • OS X 60
  • Linux 36
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Darwin Syntax Highlighting for Sublime Texts 2 and 3

Sublime Text / Textmate compatible syntax highlighting for the Darwin language.

Installation:

The easy way to install is to use Package Control. And the easy way to do this is to CTRL-SHIFT-P (CMD-SHIFT-P on Mac) into the Command Palette, type install, select Package Control: Install Package, and select Darwin.

The only very slightly harder way is to clone this repository into the Sublime Text Packages directory (which can be found from the menu under Sublime Text - Preferences - Browse Packages…), but you don't get automatic updating this way. git clone https://github.com/kgori/DarwinHighlight.git path-to-package-dir/Darwin