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by corneliusio ST3

💡Sublime Text syntax highlighting for Svelte components

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  • Total 82
  • Win 16
  • OS X 47
  • Linux 19
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Svelte Syntax Highlighting

Note: This package uses the new syntax definition that only works in Sublime build > 3153.

Sublime Text Syntax highlighting for Svelte components.

Install

  • Via Package Control: search for Svelte.
  • Manual: clone this repo into your Sublime Packages folder.

NOTE: You still need to install corresponding packages for pre-processors (e.g. SASS, Typescript) to get proper syntax highlighting for them.

Special Thanks

Huge thanks to the Vue.js folks for their Vue Syntax Highlight package from which a ton of solutions for this package came.

And, obviously, the biggest thanks to Rich Harris for making something as awesome as Svelte.

License

MIT