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Factor

Factor language support for Sublime Text 3

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Sublime/Factor

Factor language support for Sublime Text 3.

Features

  • Syntax Highlighting - detects files matching the pattern *.factor.
  • Comments - Applies Factor-style single line (!) comments using standard commands/shortcuts.

Automatic Installation

Sublime/Factor is available from Package Control under the name Factor.

Manual Installation

Download this repo as an archive or git clone it under the Packages directory under your Sublime user path.

On Windows, this is something like C:\Users\%USER_NAME%\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 3\Packages.

Once the sublime-factor package is in place, just restart Sublime, and it should be ready to go.

Future Work

  • Formatting
  • Linting
  • Suggested Refactors
  • Build System

Contributing

Use PackageDev for Sublime to edit syntax definitions. Make changes to Factor.YAML-tmLanguage and then re-generate Factor.tmLangauge by hitting F7. Edits made directly to Factor.tmLanguage will get overwritten.