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Tamarin​Prover

Repository for text editor (sublime) syntax highlighting

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editor-sublime

Repository for text editor (sublime) syntax highlighting

Please be aware that the plugin is still under active development and as such, several of the features are still implemented in a prototypical manner. *If you experience any problems or have any questions on running any parts of the plug-in please open an issue on GitHub.

Introduction

This is a Sublime Text 3 plug-in which adds support for Tamarin Security Protocol Theories (spthy):

  • Syntax Highlighting
  • Autocompltion (Snippets)
  • Run Tamarin functions within Sublime

See Screenshots for how this plugin looks and works.

For the latest developments see the Tamarin GitHub page.

It also includes some useful commands, accessed via CTRL + SHIFT + P then type “Tamarin” to see the options available.

Features

  • [X] Basic Syntaxes
  • [X] Run Tamarin within Sublime
  • [X] Snippets for Theory, Rule, Restriction and Lemma
  • [X] Configure SAPIC path

Under Development

  • [ ] Add package to PackageControl.io
  • [ ] Highlight Script errors in Editor
  • [ ] Highlight Restriction / Lemma Guardedness issues in Editor

Installation

Manual

OS X

$ git clone https://github.com/tamarin-prover/editor-sublime.git
$ ln -s `pwd`/editor-sublime ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages/

Linux

$ git clone https://github.com/tamarin-prover/editor-sublime.git
$ ln -s `pwd`/editor-sublime ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/

Windows

On Windows, you can use directory junctions instead of symlinks (symlinks require administrative rights; directory junctions don't): “powershell

Using PowerShell

PS> git clone https://github.com/tamarin-prover/editor-sublime.git PS> cmd /c mklink /J ”$env:APPDATA/Sublime Text 3/Packages/editor-sublime" (convert-path ./editor-sublime)

### Package Control

[PackageControl.io](https://packagecontrol.io/packages/) currently in development and hope to bring this installation method back very soon.