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Logstash Syntax Highlighting

by nir0s ST2/ST3

Logstash DSL Syntax Highlighting for Sublime Text

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sublime-logstash-syntax-highlighter

Logstash DSL Syntax Highlighting for Sublime Text 3 (Might also work on ST2… but it wasn't tested).

Install using Sublime Package Control. Just look for Logstash Syntax.

For the latest version, clone this repo and put the files from the Syntaxes dir in the packages/user dir in your ST config dir.

Will auto-recognize files named:

  • logstash.conf
  • logstash.conf.template
  • logstash.conf.j2

Please let me know if you're using additional formats that should be added to the list.

See example dir for a logstash.conf file.

Make sure you follow this for development.

Also make sure you're using AAAPackageDev to convert JSON to tmLanguage files.

btw, this is pretty much in Alpha now. Please don't compain. Or.. do complain.. but send pull requests while you're at it.