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Gen​Expr

syntax highlight and snippet for Max's GenExpr

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GenExprForSublime

What's that?

It's a syntax highlighting theme and snippets for developing gen code for Max.

Installation with Package Control

You can install GenExprForSublime directly using package control. If you don't have package control installed check this great tutorial. Once you have package control installed, simply type package install in the Command Palette, search for GenExpr and press enter to install. That's it.

Manual installation

go into your ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/User folder and drop the GenExprForSublime folder in it.

Support

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