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Swift for F*ing Sublime

Swift language grammar that doesn't suck.

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  • 2015.04.07.21.07.33
    2.5.2
  • github.​com
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  • 3 months ago
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  • OS X 5K
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Swift-for-f-ing-sublime

Uses the new 'sublime-syntax' format, which is super easy to work with.

Still a work in progress. I think there's room for improvement in which symbols to include, like class and instance var/let.