TXL syntax highlighting
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Sublime Text TXL syntax
This is a simple syntax highlighter for the TXL programming language. It was designed for Sublime Text 2, but should work for Sublime Text 3.
It supports the entire base TXL language as of version 10.5.
Only basic syntax highlighting is provided. The language is not fully scoped.
With this package, Sublime Text will recognize
grm files as having TXL syntax.
The easiest way to install is to just copy the
sublime-package file (bundled with the releases) to the
Installed Packages folder of your personal Sublime Text folder.
For Windows users, that's likely located in
%appdata%\Sublime Text 2.
Alternatively, you can find it by going to Preferences > Browse Packages, and then going up one folder.
You could also install by copying the
txl.tmLanguage file into a
Sublime Text 2\Packages\txl folder (making the
tmLanguage file is generated from the
JSON-tmLanguage file, which requires the AAAPackageDev package to create. With the
tmLanguage file loaded, press
F7 to compile it into the
tmLanguage file (which is a pList file).