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Stanza Syntax

by dwnusbaum ST2/ST3

Sublime Text syntax highlighting for the Stanza programming language

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stanza-syntax

Sublime Text syntax highlighting for the Stanza programming language.

Installation

Recommended: Install Package Control, then open the Command Palette, select “Package Control: Install Package”, and then select Stanza Syntax.

Manual: Download the latest source from GitHub and extract it into a new folder named Stanza in your Sublime Text “Packages” directory.

Contributing

Pull requests should contain your changes to both the .YAML-tmLanguage file and the converted .tmLanguage file. Use PackageDev to do the conversion.