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MDX Syntax Highlighting

by jonsuh ST3

Syntax highlighting for MDX, JSX in Markdown

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MDX for Sublime

MDX syntax highlighting support for .mdx files in Sublime Text 3.

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Notes

  • It works but isn’t perfect. I have no idea what I’m doing; and I could use and would appreciate help improving it.
  • mdx.sublime-syntax was adapted from babel-sublime.

Installation

  1. Download the latest release and extract the ZIP.
  2. Move the directory to Sublime’s Packages directory (Preferences > Browse Packages...).

This package will soon be available through Package Control, #7312.

Usage

  1. Open an .mdx file
  2. Select View > Syntax > MDX