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Smarty for Sublime Text

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Sublime Text Smarty

Syntax definition and snippets for working with Smarty template engine for PHP. Compatible with Sublime Text 2 and 3.

Loosely based on the Smarty Textmate bundle

Installation

Preferred method: use package control

Alternatively, you can clone this repository into the Sublime Text “Packages” directory, which is located wherever the “Preferences” -> “Browse Packages” option in sublime takes you. A restart of Sublime may be necessary.

You may need to update the default sublime syntax of whatever file extension your Smarty files use. For instance, if your Smarty files all have the .tpl extension, you should update the default sublime syntax of all .tpl files to be Smarty : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7574502/set-default-syntax-to-different-filetype-in-sublime-text-2

If you use a Smarty delimiter other than the default of { and }, you can override the default delimiter. To do so, create a Smarty.tmPreferences file in the Packages/User directory, for instance, if your delimiters are {% and %}, with the following content: https://gist.github.com/dasl-/19f3eb5c7f8643442c72

Usage

Set syntax of your file to be Smarty.

Currently supported autocompletions (type the keyword and then hit tab): * assign * capture * /capture * comment (creates a comment block) * debug (creates a debug print variable statement) * dump (create a var_dump of variable like in php) * else * elseif * foreach * /foreach * if * /if * ifelse * include * smarty (creates an empty smarty block)