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Oracle

by Thom1729 ST3

An Oracle package for Sublime Text.

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  • Total 556
  • Win 426
  • OS X 75
  • Linux 55
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Sublime Oracle

Syntax highlighting for Oracle SQL and PL/SQL.

Installation

Sublime Oracle can be installed via Package Control. You can also git clone this repository into your packages directory. If you do, rename it “Oracle”.

Features

  • Supports Oracle-specific constructs like pivot clauses, quoted identifiers, and factored subqueries.
  • Detailed meta scopes for scripting and for the Expand Selection to Scope command.
  • Factored subqueries appear in the symbol list.

Current Limitations

  • Not all Oracle constructs are implemented.
  • No syntax-specific autocomplete.
  • Does not run scripts.