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Simple JSX

by ccampbell ST3

Simple Sublime Text 3 JSX implementation

Labels JavaScript, JSX, React

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  • Total 35K
  • Win 15K
  • Mac 13K
  • Linux 7K
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Sublime JSX

This is a simple (and crude) implementation of JSX syntax highlighting for Sublime Text 3 that extends the default JavaScript patterns.

Currently all of the JSX syntax highlighting packages depend on the ES6 highlighting from Babel and/or JavaScriptNext packages which do not use the correct scopes for highlighting JavaScript files.

See here for more information:

Installation

If you are using Sublime Package Control you can press command+shift+p. Then select Package Control: Install Package and choose Simple JSX.

Usage

Highlighting should be enabled by default for files that end with a .jsx extension.

To turn on JSX highlighting for other files, open a JavaScript file containing JSX then press command+shift+p and select Set Syntax: JSX.

You can also select View -> Syntax -> Open all with current extension as… and select JSX from the top nav to enable highlighting for all files with a certain extension (.js, .jsx, etc).

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