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OIL_TPL

by ahmedhassan-eng ST2/ST3

OSEK Implementation Language (OIL) Syntax for Sublime Text

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  • Total 42
  • Win 25
  • OS X 9
  • Linux 8
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OIL_TPL

An OSEK Implementation Language (OIL) Syntax Language for Sublime Text.

About

OIL_TPL is an attempt at making a complete OSEK Implementation Language (OIL) syntax language for Sublime Text.

Bugs are expected, so please report them to me. Hopefully, I'll be constantly updating the package in the next weeks till I hit v1.0.0.

OIL_TPL covers an array of syntax scopes, thus it is represented differently by every color scheme (theme).

Here are some examples:


Monokai

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Tomorrow

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Brogrammer

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Creamy

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Neon

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Installation for Sublime Text

Recommended

For easy installation, install with Package Control.

  1. Ctrl + Shift + P (Win/Linux) Cmd + Shift + P (OS X)
  2. Type Package Control: Install Package
  3. Search OIL_TPL

Other Methods

You can clone the repo to your Packages folder.

Of course, you can always install manually, too. However, that's not recommended since the other options update the package automatically and this one does NOT!

Activating

OIL_TPL automatically takes over .tpl, .chx, .oil, .tpx, .obx and .stx files. You can always switch syntax using menu View >> Syntax >> OIL

*** IMPORTANT - MAKE SURE TO RESTART SUBLIME AFTER INSTALLING AND ACTIVATING ***