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JCShell Tools

by Michael Roy ALL

Language definition for NXP’s JCShell scripts on Sublime Text 2/3.

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  • Mac 69
  • Linux 42
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JCShell Tools

Language definition for NXP's JCShell scripts on Sublime Text 2/3.
Contains syntax highlighting, snippets and auto-completion.

Screenshots

Two color scheme are provided. The default Monokai: Monokai screenshot And Seti_UX (for Seti theme): Seti screenshot

Installation

Automatically via Package Control

The preferred and easiest way to install the package for Sublime Text is the following:

  1. Install Package Control if not done already
  2. Open ToolsCommand Palette... (cmd+shift+P)
  3. Select Package Control: Install Package
  4. Search for JCShell Tools package and install it

Manual installation

If you want to do the installation manually (for example on an offline computer):

  1. Clone (or download) this repository
  2. Open your Packages folder (Preferences: Browse Packages in the Command Palette)
  3. Create a folder JCShell Tools and copy the repository content inside

Configuration

You can change the default color scheme for .jcsh files. For that create a new file JCShell Tools.sublime-settings inside your User folder (Packages/User) and set the desired color_scheme value. For example if you want to use the provided Seti_UX color scheme the file should contains:

{
    "color_scheme": "Packages/JCShell Tools/Seti_UX JCShell Tools.tmTheme"
}

Custom color scheme

If you want to add support in a different color scheme the following supplementary scopes needs to be defined:

  • variable.other
  • string.unquoted
  • keyword.control.label
  • keyword.function.definition
  • keyword.modifier.variable
  • punctuation.definition.variable.reference
  • keyword.assignment

You can see the Monokai JCShell Tools.tmTheme file for example values.

Known limitations

Even though the following syntaxes are valid, JCShell Tools is not accepting it:

  • When a function/script name contains a closing parenthese ())
  • When a variable assignment made by operator (=) contains a space or a quote (e.g.: test$(func param)var= value)

About

Licensed under the BSD 3-Clause license. See license file for more information.

Developed by Michael Roy, based on a draft from Connor Röhricht.

Please create an issue for any bug you may find.