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by darryllawson ALL

Sublime Text package that provides language support for the TWiki and Foswiki markup language

Details

  • 2017.08.08.22.42.46
  • github.​com
  • 5 years ago
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  • 9 years ago

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  • Total 3K
  • Win 1K
  • Mac 837
  • Linux 598
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Readme

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TWiki and Foswiki Support for Sublime Text

A Sublime Text package for the TWiki and Foswiki markup language.

Use this extension in conjunction with a tool such as Text Editor Anywhere (on Windows) or QuickCursor (on macOS) for wiki page editing bliss.

Files with a .twiki or .foswiki extension are automatically opened into TWiki/Foswiki language mode.

What exactly does this package provide?

  • Syntax highlighting of the TWiki and Foswiki markup languages.
  • Heading navigation via Command-R (OS X) and Control-R (Windows and Linux).
  • Some basic snippets and auto-completion.

Known issues

  • <verbatim>, </verbatim>, <pre>, </pre>, <literal>, and </literal> tags that span multiple lines, are not highlighted correctly.
  • Only a single attribute in a <verbatim> tag is highlighted.