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KSQL Syntax Highlighter

by blueedgenick ST3

A Sublime Text 3 syntax-highlighting plugin for Confluent's KSQL and ksqlDB

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  • Total 233
  • Win 150
  • Mac 45
  • Linux 38
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Sublime Text KSQL Syntax Definition

A Sublime Text 3 syntax-highlighting plugin for Confluent's KSQL and ksqlDB

Tested to work with Confluent Platform 5.3+ and ksqlDB 0.6+

Installation

With Package Control:

The maintainer of the official Package Control repo seems missing-in-action, no PRs merged for several months now, so we have to do one extra step to inform your Package Control installation about this repo.

  1. In Sublime Text, open Package Control from the Preferences Menu

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  1. Select Package Control: Add Repository

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  1. At the bottom of the Sublime window, an input box will appear. Paste the URL of this github repo (https://github.com/blueedgenick/sublime-ksql); hit Enter.

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  1. Now the repo has been added to Package Control but the actual plugin is not yet installed.

Open Package Control again and select Package Control: Install Packages

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  1. Now you should be able to search for, and install, the KSQL Syntax Highlighting plugin.

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  1. Restart Sublime Text editor (if required)

Usage

Open a file containing some KSQL commands and change the syntax to SQL (KSQL).

For files with a .ksql extension, this syntax should be selected automatically.

Example

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