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Linguist Syntax

by hronro ALL

A collection of high quality and well-maintained syntax definations that used by GitHub.com.

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Sublime Linguist Syntax

A collection of high quality and well-maintained syntax definations that used by GitHub.com.

How to generate(update) syntaxes?

  • Install Deno.
  • Clone this repo.
  • Run deno run ./scripts/generate.ts <path-to-store-syntaxes>. Normally <path-to-store-syntaxes> should be ./syntaxes, but you can change it to whatever you want if you wish.
  • Done.

When running generate.ts, thanks to the Deno's permission API, the script can not access any network and disks without your permission. So there will be an interactive prompt to ask permissions for:

  • network access to github.com, api.github.com, objects.githubusercontent.com, raw.githubusercontent.com, for download linguist.
  • write and read permissions to /tmp, in order to store the downloaded assets and process them.
  • write permission to <path-to-store-syntaxes>

If you don't like prompts, you can pass them in the CLI arguments like this:

deno run --allow-net=github.com,api.github.com,objects.githubusercontent.com,raw.githubusercontent.com --allow-read=/tmp --allow-write=/tmp,<path-to-store-syntaxes> scripts/generate.ts <path-to-store-syntaxes>