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by SQbQxeKd3JHD8 ST3

Dhall syntax highlighting for Sublime Text

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  • 0.1.0
  • github.​com
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  • 5 months ago
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SublimeDhall

Sublime Text syntax highlighting for the Dhall language, a programmable configuration language.

Also provided is a command Dhall: Format (Pretty Print) Dhall which simply runs dhall-format on a given Dhall file. (So it relies implicitly on said utility existing and being findable on your PATH environment variable. To verify this, you can run dhall-format --version on a command line: you should get back a version number.)

Note: for more details about Dhall, the wiki can be a good source of information.