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HTML (C#)

by michaelblyons ST3

Sublime Text 3 syntax highlighting for HTML with embedded C#

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HTML (C#)

Sublime Text 3 syntax highlighting for .cshtml, .aspx, and similar files.

Current support

Highlighting

  • Embedded C# (<script runat="server">)
    • The runat="server" must immediately follow the tag opening.
  • <% expressions (including <%=, <%#, <%:, <%$, <%--)

Functionality

  • Hotkey comment/uncomment server-side comments (Ctrl+/ or Cmd+/)
  • Snippets for <% expressions (Try typing exp)
    • These are subject to change.
  • Snippets for some directives (Try page or import)
    • Default attributes are subject to change.
  • Snippets may require Ctrl+space, depending on your environment.

Future support (maybe)

  • Razor syntax
  • Identify all relevant attributes of directives

Known issues:

  • “Goto Anything” support is poor.

  • Control structures in code blocks separated by HTML are not scoped correctly. For example, the else below does not know that it is matched to the if above.

    <% if(condition){ %>
      <p>show me</p>
    <% } else { %>
      <p>me instead</p>
    <% } %>
    
  • No recognition of excluded scopes to return to HTML. In the snippet below, the C# scope ends immediately after "bar.

    <%
      var foo = "bar%>";
    %>
    
  • Javascript does not always recognize that Response.Write output is coming. The ) is marked as invalid and the conditional scopes are never terminated.

    <script type="text/javascript">
    if (true && <%= list.Any() %>) {
       doStuff();
    }
    </script>