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Gluecodium

by Hsilgos ST3

Syntax highlight for https://github.com/heremaps/gluecodium

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GluecodiumSyntax

Gluecodium is open sources project which generates code to connect Java, Swift and Dart to C++. The main focus is Android and iOS but MacOS and Linux are supported as well. Gluecodium parses input files where entities are described in special language which is called LimeIDL. This package provides syntax highlighting for this language.

INSTALLATION

Manual installation (MacOS): - Copy file Gluecodium.sublime-syntax to ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/User/

With Package Control: - Open Command Palette: cmd+shift+p (Mac) or ctrl+shift+p (Win, Linux) - Type (or copy paste) there Package Control: Install Package and choose the element - Find and choose Gluecodium in Package Control Palette