Email syntax highlighting for Text Mate editor made by @mariozaizar
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:mouse: Using Text Mate (mate 2.13.1 (Dec 28 2019))
- Email on Sublime Text: email.sublime-syntax
- Email on Atom: language-eml
- Email on Text Mate: eml-tmLanguage
Sublime Text users
For a while, this email grammar was available for Sublime Text users under EML (E-Mail)) package, but it was hard to maintain. As for now, the project has been split into two repositories:
- eml-tmLanguage (this repository) uses the old Text Mate syntax.
- email.sublime-syntax (new repository) uses the new Sublime Text syntax.
:warning: While this code still works on Sublime Text, the support of it from this repository is no longer maintained. I strongly recommend switching to the new repository (or package) to get the latest updates.
I'm trying my best to keep (and probably rename) the EML (E-Mail)) package so everyone can keep getting updates from the new repository. Thanks again for your downloads and support!