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Nova Template Highlighter

Nova tpl highlighter for Sublime Text

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Template Highlighter for Sublime Text

This package adds highlighting support for tpl view files for Nova Framework in Sublime Text.

Example

Install manaually

Clone this repo and place the directory in your Sublime Text Packages folder and restart Sublime Text.

If your tpl files are not identifeid as Nova TPL then click on View -> Syntax -> Open all current extensions and click on Nova TPL.

Install via Package Control

Open package control and search for Nova Template Highlighter click on it to install.

Usage

When opening a .tpl file the highliter will activate and will highlight any template tags.