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The official Nim programming language plugin for Sublime Text

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NimLime

The official Nim Programming Language plugin for Sublime Text.

Features

  • Syntax highlighting.
  • Snippets.
  • Automatic continuation of doc comments.

Installation

  1. Run Package Control: Install Package from the command palette.
  2. Choose NimLime.

It is also recommended to install LSP-nimlangserver to enjoy IDE-like features.

Settings

See Preferences -> Package Settings -> NimLime

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome! See DEVELOPMENT.md for an overview of NimLime's design.

Clone the repository in your Sublime package directory.

Install the PackageDev.

Modify the .YAML-tmLanguage files and regenerate the .tmLanguage files by summoning the command palette and selecting the Convert (YAML, JSON, PLIST) to... command. Don't modify the .tmLanguage files, they will be overwritten!