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MDL Language

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NVIDIA Material Definition Language (MDL) syntax highlighting for Sublime Text

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MDL Syntax Definition

NVIDIA Material Definition Language (MDL) syntax highlighting for Sublime Text. This is a very basic syntax highlighting configuration for Sublime Text 3. Some rules are borrowed from the default C syntax for Sublime but will likely be specialised further in the future.

More Information

For more details on MDL please see the NVIDIA MDL website and the NVIDIA ARC MDL website.