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HDL Syntax Highlighting

Sublime text syntax highlighting for HDL

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Sublime Text HDL Support

Provides syntax highlighting for the hardware description language defined in “The Elements of a Modern Computing System”.

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Installation

Using Package Control

  • Install Package Control if you haven't already
  • Open the Command Palette in Sublime Text(Cmd/Ctrl+Shift+ P)
  • Select 'Package Control: Install Package'
  • Search for and select 'HDL Syntax Highlighting'

Manual installation

  • Clone this repository(git clone https://github.com/shreyasminocha/Sublime-HDL)
  • Move the cloned repository to your Sublime Text user packages folder
  • Restart Sublime Text if required

Features

  • Syntax highlighting
  • Snippets
    • A template for CHIP.
    • Statements for using built-in chips.

Snippets demo

License

Licensed under the MIT License.

Contributing

You're more than welcome to add a feature, report a bug or submit suggestions.