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by abathur ST3

Sublime syntax highlighting support for LDMud / LPC (Lars Pensjö C)

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SublimeLPC

Sublime syntax highlighting support for LDMud / LPC (Lars Pensjö C)

Note: only for ST3 Builds >= 3084

This is a working draft of Sublime Text 3 syntax highlighting for the LPC language, used to develop within LDMud. I could use your help pushing development forward. While the issue tracker (https://github.com/abathur/SublimeLPC/issues) will give you some idea of where to jump in, the most important tasks at the moment are:

  1. identifying missing language features, edge cases in current matching, scopes that should be matched but aren't, scopes that need renaming, etc. (via pull request or issue tracker)
  2. gathering feedback on the “Open” questions in the issue tracker
  3. finishing out a robust, compiling syntax_test of the LPC language (see /test).

If you'd like to help develop SublimeLPC directly, you can:

  1. remove any local copy of SublimeLPC (either through package control, or removing the directory if you cloned it)
  2. fork this repo
  3. git clone your fork into your ST3/Packages/ directory
  4. create a new branch, improve SublimeLPC, and submit a pull request

Any matching/scope changes should be accompanied by updates to the test cases (either to just keep scopes in sync, or add tests that will pass when the bug or edge case is fixed.)

See http://www.sublimetext.com/docs/3/syntax.html for details on the syntax format.