A Sublime Text package that offers enhanced syntax highlighting for PyScript.
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A Sublime Text package that offers enhanced syntax highlighting for PyScript. Read more for the full documentation.
- Syntax highlighting for python scripts within the
The best way is to install it via Package Control. Once you have Package Control setup in Sublime Text, open the command palette and search for
Package Control: Install Package. Search for
PyScript. There should be a package with the URL as https://github.com/Sublime-Instincts/PyScript. Install it. Package Control will take care for of automatically updating the package for you if there are new releases.
You can also use
Package Control: Add Repository. Copy the github url (without the
.git at the end) and enter it into the input panel that pops up at the bottom when you select
Package Control: Add Repository. Now use
Package Control: Install Package and search for
PyScript and install it.
How to use this package ?
When you install the package, by default none of your PyScript files (which are essentially just HTML files) will have python syntax highlighting. This is because PyScript by default doesn't have a unique file extension. They are just regular HTML files. Hence, follow the instructions given below to get the required highlighting.
Go to the bottom right status bar item that displays information on current syntax and click on that when the currently open file is any
.html file. From there go to
Open all with current extensions as ... and scroll to select
HTML (PyScript). You should now be good to go. The same thing can be done even via
View -> Syntax from the main menu.
Techinically, it doesn't matter if you assign
HTML (PyScript) syntax to your regular HTML files, since it just adds some custom highlighting for
PyScript specific tags. Normal HTML syntax should still be highlighted correctly.
There is always scope for improvements, so please do report any bug(s) that you encounter.
Please follow the issue template that has been setup while reporting any bug(s) (So as to stay as organised as possible).
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Copyright 2022 © Ashwin Shenoy
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