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Laravel Blade Highlighter

by Eric Percifield ST2/ST3 Top 100

Laravel Blade syntax highlighter support for Sublime Text.

Details

  • 1.6.15
    1.5.6
    1.5.3
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 5 months ago
  • 27 minutes ago
  • 6 years ago

Installs

  • Total 355K
  • Win 208K
  • OS X 77K
  • Linux 70K
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Windows 13 110 89 103 110 130 125 134 123 80 79 104 120 129 130 122 71 86 113 136 125 146 116 63 80 105 121 148 80 127 84 90 116 128 132 173 161 94 100 102 145 148 139 160 90 121
OS X 2 16 14 15 16 28 24 42 21 23 18 16 26 18 33 26 19 14 18 21 27 37 28 18 23 19 31 37 22 29 23 24 32 43 35 45 33 15 15 24 29 22 34 23 12 18
Linux 1 22 21 17 30 23 29 31 37 26 19 37 29 22 37 61 20 16 24 28 54 42 30 28 32 37 25 47 22 30 20 13 35 50 37 27 29 29 29 34 43 33 53 35 23 33

Readme

Source
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Laravel Blade Highlighter

This package adds syntax definitions for the Laravel 4 & 5 Blade engine.

Works with Sublime Text 3, for older versions use an older release.

How to install w/Sublime Package Control

  1. Search for Laravel Blade and install it.
  2. Restart Sublime Text.
  3. Reopen any .blade files.
  4. Enjoy :)

For Laravel 3 please see the laravel3 branch. You can also check out our tags section for different Laravel versions.

Sublime Text Manual Install

  1. Download or clone this repository into [install-dir]/Packages/laravel-blade
  2. Restart Sublime Text.
  3. Reopen any .blade files.
  4. Enjoy :)

Yeah but, show me what it is?

blade-example

Predawn.

blade-example

Material Theme.

Supported Extensions

How to Contribute

  • To test a local version of the highlighter first uninstall the highlighter from package control.
  • Follow the manual installation process by cloning the repo into your packages directory.
  • Restart Sublime Text.
  • Open up the '[install-dir]/Packages/laravel-blade' folder into a new Sublime Text project.
  • Open up the blade.tmLanguage file and make changes.
  • I have provided a test.blade file that holds most of the common uses for testing the regex, use this to verify your changes before and after you make them to ensure the changes you make do not break anything.
  • Send a pull request with a single change per request.