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Polymer Syntax

by jaychsu ST3

Sublime-Text syntax highlighting for Polymer and Web Component.

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sublime-polymer-syntax

GitHub release Package Control Maintenance license

Sublime-Text syntax highlighting for Polymer and Web Component

Polymer Syntax

Install

1. Press <kbd>CMD⌘</kbd> <kbd>SHIFT</kbd> <kbd>P</kbd> (macOS) or <kbd>CTRL</kbd> <kbd>SHIFT</kbd> <kbd>P</kbd> (Win)
2. Choose `Package Controll: Install Package`
3. Type `Polymer Syntax`
  • by manual:

    mkdir -p ~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages && cd $_
    git clone https://github.com/jaychsu/sublime-polymer-syntax.git
    

Thank

sublime-polymer-syntax is adapted from HTML.sublime-syntax and inspired by the following projects: