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Syntax highlighting for Simplates in Sublime Text

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Sublime Text Simplate Package

Package for Sublime Text 3 which provides syntax highlighting for Simplates.

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Installation

Usage

  • By default, the 'Simplates - Python' syntax will be applied to all .spt files.

TODO

  • Syntax highlighting only works with a simplate that has 3+ sections (initialization logic + request logic + content(s)). Add support for simplates with < 3 sections.
  • Jinja2 syntax files have been copied into this repo. Find a way to embed/reference directly.
  • Add more renderers, only text/html|jinja2 is supported as of now.

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