This is a package for ST2/ST3 to introduce syntax highlightning for Java bytecode instructions
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Sublime Text Java Bytecode (Syntax highlighting)
This is a package for introducing Java bytecode syntax highlighting to the Sublime Text editor (ST2/ST3).
Javap (Java class file disassembler)
JBE (Java Bytecode Editor)
- Having installed Package Control access the Command Pallete (Ctrl+Shift+P), select Install package and then select Java Bytecode.
- In the bottom right corner click and select Java Bytecode > Java Bytecode (Default) (or Custom if you've set up a custom color scheme)
Alternatively if you have not installed Package control (which I highly recommend):
Go to Preferences | Browse packages...
While inside the Packages directory, clone the theme repository using the command below:
git clone https://github.com/xdrop/Java-Bytecode.git "Java Bytecode"
Custom syntax highlighting
The package comes with support for custom syntax highlighting by including the following custom scopes:
- return and similar keywords
- new keyword
- getfield/putfield and similar field accessors
- astore and similar local field storing
- aload and similar local field loaders
- calls to invoke...
- java keywords used by javap
- list of all bytecode instructions
(!) To use custom syntax coloring you need to edit the theme you use to provide support for these custom scopes.
- Obtain the .tmTheme file of the color scheme you are using and wish to edit
- Open it in a text editor
- Get the addedscopes.xml file from this package directory
- Locate the </array> closing tag and copy the contents of addedscopes.xml before it.
- Load your new .tmTheme file into tmTheme Editor and customize it to your needs.
- Download it and add it to your packages directory.
- Go to Preferences | Color Scheme and select it.
- Set Java Bytecode (Custom highlighting) as your language.
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