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Open​Type Feature Bundle

by brew ST2/ST3

Syntax highlighting and snippets for OpenType feature development in TextMate/Sublime Text

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  • Win 169
  • OS X 249
  • Linux 55
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OpenType Feature Bundle for TextMate/Sublime Text

This covers Adobe’s OpenType Feature File Specification used by the AFDKO. As well as syntax highlighting, there are also a couple of snippets for creating features, tables etc.

Installation

Sublime Text (with Package Control)

  1. Package Control: Install Package OpenType Feature Bundle
  2. Restart Sublime Text

TextMate (using git)

  1. Make a new bundles folder mkdir -p ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles
  2. Open the new folder cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles
  3. Clone to your new folder git clone git://github.com/brew/opentype-feature-bundle.git "opentype-feature-bundle.tmbundle"
  4. Reload TextMate Bundles osascript -e 'tell app "TextMate" to reload bundles'

More!

Kenneth Ormandy maintains an Atom package that supports the Atom text editor.

My thanks to Tal Leming for contributing snippets and keywords before this became a Github project.

I'm more than happy to accept pull requests!