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Symitar

by lxcodes ST2/ST3

Symitar Syntax Highlighting & Snippets

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  • Win 69
  • OS X 15
  • Linux 14
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Symitar for Sublime 2/3

Goals

Currently, this is my solution for the replacement of PowerOn Studio in Sublime. It's far from it right now, but it is aiming high!

  • ⊠ Syntax Highlighting
  • ⊠ Code Snippets
  • ⊠ Tabbed Editing (Built-in w/ Sublime)
  • ⊠ Modified Solarized Themes for Symitar
  • ⊠ Additional Theme Customizability (Built-in w/ Sublime)
  • ⊠ Code Folding
  • ◻ Auto-complete
  • ◻ Run Reports From Editor
  • ◻ Linting
  • ◻ Compliation & Errors

Installation

Package Control

The recommended way is to use Sublime Package Control.

  1. Open Command Palette using menu item Tools -> Command Palette... (Shift+Command+P on Mac or Ctrl+Shift+P on Windows / Linux).
  2. Choose Package Control: Install Package.
  3. Find Symitar and hit Enter.

Manual

Manual installation through a git cloned repository or downloan and extract of files should work, but is not garunteed to work. Please use package control if possible.