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Sublime Syntax for TAGML

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tagml-sublime-syntax

Sublime Syntax for TAGML

We've created a syntax highlighting package for Sublime Text to make it easier to use TAGML. We advise you to use the Package Control installation (instructions below). If you encounter any problems, please send us a message.

Installation

With Package Control:

  1. Open Sublime Text and find the Command Pallette (ctrl+shift+p on Windows, cmd+shift+p on Mac).
  2. Type the Package Control: Install Package command in the dropdown menu and press enter to find and install the TAGML plugin.
  3. Restart Sublime Text.
  4. In Preferences > Color Scheme, find the MonokaiFreeTAGML Color Scheme to get the optimal syntax highlighting for TAGML files.
  5. Open a new file in Sublime Text and select the TAGML encoding in the lower right corner of the window.

Manually:

If the Package Control option doesn't work, you can also install the package manually:

  1. Clone or download the git repo into your packages folder (in Sublime Text, find Browse Packages… menu item to open this folder)
  2. Restart Sublime Text editor (if required)
  3. Use the enclosed MonokaiFreeTAGML Color Scheme to get the optimal syntax highlighting for tagml files.
  4. Open a new file in Sublime Text and select the TAGML encoding in the lower right corner of the window.

Screenshot (using the MonokaiFreeTAGML theme)

Screen grab from SublimeText using the MonokaiFreeTAGML theme