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Junos Config Syntax Highlighting for Sublime Text 2/3

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junos-sublime-pkg

Junos Config Syntax Highlighting for Sublime Text

Description

This is a Sublime Text 2/3 package to highlight the syntax for configurations on Juniper Junos (EX, MX, SRX) devices. It will work for configurations both in set mode and stanza form. This syntax will automatically associate to a file with any of these extensions: .conf, and .conf.1 through .conf.49. This accounts for the maximum number of rollback configs. To set the syntax for a file ending in any other extension, use the syntax menu in the bottom right, or press Cmd+Shift+P and type Junos to set the syntax for an open file.

Installation

The easiest method of installation is using Package Control. Simply press Cmd+Shift+P and type pcin to get to Package Control: Install Package, then search for Junos.

To install manually, simply download the lastest release here, and drop the two .tmLanguage files into your Packages/User folder. The Packages folder can be found by going to the Sublime Text 2 > Preferences > Browse Packages menu option.

Matches

Name Description
Comment Block or Annotation For annotations in stanza mode: /* Some Text */
Control Keywords Highlights set/stanza mode keywords (set, delete, activate, protect, inactive:, edit, show, etc) as keyword.control.junos
Interface names Highlights interface names, and their corresponding unit numbers if in shortened format (ge-0/0/0.12)
IPv4 and IPv6 addresses All IP addresses get highlighted as a number
Line Comment Anything after a number sign, #, on a line
MAC addresses All MAC addresses get highlighted as a number
Major Sections Matches major sections of the config. For example, system, interfaces, routing-instances, are all major categories (entity.name.function.junos)
Minor Sections Same as major sections, just for more of the less common sections of Junos config
Policy Actions Denial Actions (deny, reject, discard) are highlighted as invalid.illegal.junos. Acceptance actions (accept, permit) are highlighted as constant.language.junos.
Routing Tables Routing Table names are captured as a control keyword (inet.0, mytable.inet.2, mpls.0, etc)
Strings Anything between single- or double-quotes ( ' or “ ) gets marked as a string. This also includes any word block after the keyword description, which may not be quoted
Unit numbers Unit numbers get highlighted as a number
URLs Any http://, https://, ftp://, tftp://, sftp://, or scp:// URL string will be highlighted as an operator. This includes IPv4 addresses (i.e. http://10.0.0.10/index.php)
User defined arbitrary names These get highlighted as a variable. Examples include the names of logical-systems, filters, prefix-lists, policies, NAT rules, security zones, policers, etc

Examples

Examples with the built-in Twilight color scheme:

Set mode:
Set Mode

Stanza mode:
Stanza Mode