Syntax highlighter for Sublime Text 2 that handles ambiguous file extensions
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Syntax Matcher for Sublime Text 2
This syntax highlighter was taken directly from the work done by Felipe Coury in this gist with some modifications to make Cucumber matching better and then turning it into a Sublime Text package for all to use.
Syntax Matcher has been submitted to the Sublime Text 2 Package Control index and should be available soon to download using Package Control. With this done you will be able to install with the following:
- Command Palette (CTRL + Shift + P)
- Typing install and selecting Package Control: Install Package.
- Choose Syntax Matcher from the pop up menu
In the mean time, you can install manually by just cloning the respository into your Sublime Text 2 Packages directory (the following example is for Mac OSX):
cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages git clone https://github.com/reinteractive-open/Syntax-Matcher.git
Please feel free to add more syntax matching code, just send a pull request.
Released under the MIT License.