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Tcsh and Csh Mode

by supergra ST2/ST3

(t)csh highlighting for sublime text 3

Details

  • 2014.10.02.17.17.13
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 5 years ago
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Readme

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tcsh-sublime

This package adds basic, no-frills highlighting for Cshell scripts.

Cshell is meant to be read and not written. The built-in “generic” shell highlighting does not always cut it for C-shell. My goal is sanity. I have tried to make it perform reasonable syntax highlighting, but I include no snippets or other fancy features.