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Pyxl syntax

by yyjhao ALL

pyxl syntax highlighting for Sublime Text

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sublime-pyxl

pyxl syntax highlighting for Sublime Text.

Inspired by sublime-react and PythonImproved.

Installation

Package Control

  1. Make sure you already have Package Control installed
  2. Choose Install Package from the Command Palette
  3. Select pyxl syntax and press Enter

Manual installation

Download the files using the GitHub.zip download option Unzip the files to your Sublime Text Packages directory.

Usage

After installing, set the syntax to Python (pyxl) for the file with pyxl syntax.

SublimeLinter

If you want to be able to lint the files with this syntax properly, go to Preferences - Package Settings - SublimeLinter - Settings (User) and add the following mapping to the syntax_map:

"syntax_map": {
        ...
        "python (pyxl)": "python",
        ...
    }