Syntax highlighting, autocompletion, and Goto Symbol/Anything for the Jai language in Sublime Text 3.
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Syntax highlighting, project-wide autocompletion, and Goto Symbol/Anything/Definition for the Jai language in Sublime Text 3.
As you probably know, this language is not officially released yet, but the demonstrations that Jonathan Blow and Abner Coimbre have shown have been very promising, so the purpose of this package is to help people hit the ground running when the language is released.
Current features are fully-functioning assuming the language's syntax doesn't change, and I plan to implement integration with Sublime Text's build system in order to support in-code errors and warnings. Some preliminary development as been done on this already.
This package will of course be updated going forward as the language changes.
- Improved handling of #hashtags and other metaprogramming labels
- Gather completions from Jai scratch buffers (files without a location on disk)
Issues, pull requests and other contributions are very welcome!