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Parva Syntax

by muskatel ST2/ST3

Parva language syntax recognition for Sublime Text

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Parva Syntax

Parva language syntax recognition for Sublime Text

This syntax highlighting was developed to improve code readability in the Parva programming language which forms part of the compiler course offered by Prof. Pat Terry at Rhodes University; it remains his intellectual property.

Now supports PVM files too! Ctrl-Alt-L will recalculate line numbers within .pvm files.

Language specifications:

Parva Language

Snippets:

  • Main()
  • for
  • do
  • if
  • while
  • functions (void/int/bool)
  • in-line comments (/*)
  • read / write

Installation:

Install using Package Control!

Alternatively, download the Parva folder and place it in your “%AppData% \Roaming\Sublime Text 3\Packages\User” folder.

Notes

Built using AAAPackageDev