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Delphi Syntax Highlighting

by JeisonJHA ST2/ST3

A package with a new theme language for Sublime text, with snippets.

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  • Linux 155
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Source
bitbucket.​org

Sublime Delphi

A new theme language based on Delphi for Sublime Text

Now will be much easier to find the class definitions, the class descendants and called methods, this keys now are indexed, you can find them on GoTo Symbol in Project(only on ST3)

(class class_name)

(descendants class_name)

(called method_name)

Installation

The recommended method of installation is via Package Control. It will download upgrades to your packages automatically. –>

Package Control

Using Git

Go to your Sublime Text Packages directory and clone the repository using the command below:

git clone: git@bitbucket.org:JeisonJHA/sublime-delphi-language.git

Configuration

To config: View>Syntax>Open all with current extension as…>Delphi

Copyright & License

Copyright © 2015 Jeison Hugo Azevedo

The code is licensed under the MIT license.