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Splunk Syntax

by aarongraham ALL

A Sublime syntax definition for the Splunk Search Processing Language

Labels language, syntax

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Sublime Syntax highlighting Splunk

A Sublime syntax definition for the Splunk Search Processing language to enable syntax highlighting

Install

The package is in the Sublime Package Manager and should be installed from there.

Install Manually

  • Place the .tmLanguage file inside the Sublime packages folder (Preferences | Browse Packages...)
  • Restart Sublime

Development

  • Install AAAPackageDev
  • Work on the JSON files and use AAAPackageDev to compile them to the XML format required by Sublime
  • A good starting guide can be found here

License

This package is licensed under the MIT License.