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by samholmes ST2/ST3

An EJS syntax definition specifically for sublime text

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  • 2016.09.21.04.50.02
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  • OS X 29K
  • Linux 12K
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EJS.tmLanguage

An EJS syntax definition specifically for sublime text.

There are two syntax definitions, each with different EJS open and closing tags. You can switch to the alternative syntax definition via the 'alternative-syntax' branch in this repo.

<? and ?> where chosen alternatives because of the convenience to type on a qwerty keyboard. You can use this option if you prefer the convenience, or stick with EJS's default/recommended open and closing tags (<% and %>).

Feedback

Feedback on this project is welcome. Let me know if you have problems with the syntax definition by creating a new GitHub issue.

Tips or donations are also very appreciated.

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