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F# Sublime Text

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  • 2019.03.23.13.01.12
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F# syntax highlighting for Sublime Text.

Based on ionide-fsgrammar, converted using Sublime Syntax Convertor*.

Changes/Fixes are more then welcome!

Including a sublime-build; you need to add the path to 'fsi.exe' or 'fsharpi' in your $PATH.

Contributors

* Excluding markdown comment rules though, since Sublime doesn't support the while match extension that came with TextMate 2.