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Makefile Plus

by Altomare ALL

A simple Makefile syntax for Sublime Text

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Makefile Plus

A simple yet effective Makefile syntax for Sublime Text

Installation via Package Control

If you have Package Control, you can just install it by searching for “Makefile Plus”

Manual Installation

In order to install this syntax, copy the makefile-plus.tmLanguage file into your Packages/User directory. You can find it by going into Preferences -> Browse Packages in Sublime Text.

Details

Currently, the syntax file is generated with the help of PackageDev. The syntax is written in .YAML-tmLanguage, then is transformed into a .tmLanguage file (TextMate format).

A full transition into .sublime-syntax format is not considered at this time, since this format is specific to Sublime Text 3 (build >= 3084).

Issues and improvements

Feel free to contact me if you encounter an issue or if you want to propose a feature.