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Skoolkit​Z80

by mrcook ST3

Z80 Assembly language syntax package for Skoolkit .skool files in SublimeText 3

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Skoolkit Z80 Assembly Language Syntax Package

SkoolkitZ80 is a Z80 assembly language syntax highlighting package [dark theme] for Sublime Text 3, focusing specifically on the .skool files produced and used in the Skoolkit ZX Spectrum game disassembly toolkit.

SkoolkitZ80 Example

Installation

[Package Control]

Open the SublimeText Command Palette (Shift-Cmd-P on OS X, Shift-Ctrl-P on Linux/Windows) and select “Package Control: Install Package”. Then search for and install SkoolkitZ80.

Note: once installed, Package Control will keep SkoolkitZ80 up-to-date automatically.

Manual Installation

First, locate the SublimeText packages folder on your OS, then clone with git:

$ cd /path/to/sublime/packages/folder
$ git clone https://github.com/mrcook/SkoolkitZ80.git SkoolkitZ80

Roadmap

  • Theme: add a light theme, or support any currently installed theme.
  • Improve handling of more complex Z80 opcodes.
  • Support Skoolkit loops.
  • Improve Skoolkit macro support.
  • Syntax highlighting for Skoolkit CTL files?
  • Highlight comment start/end {…} tags?

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome.

License

Copyright © 2018-2019 Michael R. Cook

This work is licensed under the terms of the MIT license.
For a copy, see <https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT>.