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Fortify Highlighter

by pwntester ALL

Sublime Text Editor Themes for Fortify rulepacks and NSTs

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  • Win 148
  • Mac 61
  • Linux 35
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Fortify Highlighter

Syntax Highlighter for Fortify Rulepacks and NST files

INSTALL

  1. Install Sublime Package Control
  2. Open command palette ctrl-shift-p then Install Package
  3. Search for Fortify Highlighter
  4. Enjoy :)

FEATURES

  • Highlights: ** Fortify Rulepacks ** Structural Language ** Definition Blocks ** NST files

NOTES

  • The Syntax files are improved for Cobalt2 Theme
  • If Sytax is not automatically enabled, use command palette ctrl-shift-p then Set Syntax: Fortify xxxx

CONTRIBUTE

Submit patches to the .JSON-tmLanguage files, not the xml files which are generated from them.

Build tmLanguagefiles with AAAPackageDev(install with package control, set Build System to Convert To in Tools and generate PList files). When submitting patches, please submit a sample code to exercise the syntax highlight.