Miking Syntax Highlighting
Miking syntax highlighting for Sublime Text
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Miking syntax highlighter for Sublime Text
Provides syntax highlighting for Miking languages in Sublime Text 3. This repository is also available through Sublime Text's Package Control as Miking Syntax Highlighting. Consider using that instead of manually installing the syntax highlighting.
Do not modify any of the syntax highlighters situated in the root of the
repository as they are generated from files under
src/<lang>. See the
README under each such folder for code contributing instructions to a
specific language highlighter.
Before pushing changes to a syntax highlighter, run
make build as a command
in the repository root and commit any changes made by the makefile.
The versioned releases must follow the
Major.Minor.Patch naming format, which
is further described here. For changes to be available
in Package Control, a new release must be made. Until the first 1.0
specification of MCore is released, keep the major version as 0 and all GitHub
releases as pre-releases.
To build/configure the syntax highlighter, the following software is required:
The following Python 3 packages are required: