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Typo​Script

Based on the work by Enrique Moreno Tent on Github.

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Based on the work by Enrique Moreno Tent on Github.

Features

  • Some additional keywords like FLUIDTEMPLATE.
  • Added the ability to comment and uncomment via Sublime Text functionality (menu and keyboard).
  • Highlighting for TypoScript conditions
  • Highlighting for deprecated keywords (TYPO3 7.x)

Supported files

The package will apply the syntax automatically to files to *.ts, *.ts2, *.t3, *.t3c, *.t3s files.

By installing the ApplySyntax package some of TYPO3s *.txt files are covered as well:

  • ext_conf_template.txt
  • ext_typoscript_constants.txt
  • ext_typoscript_setup.txt
  • constants.txt (*)
  • setup.txt (*)

*) As long as their paths contain the strings fileadmin, typo3 or TypoScript.

The ApplySyntax configuration actually looks like this:

{
    "syntaxes": [
        {
            "syntax": "TypoScript/TypoScript",
            "rules": [
                {"file_path": ".*(\\\\|/)ext_conf_template\\.txt$"},
                {"file_path": ".*(\\\\|/)ext_typoscript_(setup|constants)\\.txt$"},
                {"file_name": ".*(\\\\|/)(fileadmin|typo3|TypoScript).*(\\\\|/)(setup|constants)\\.txt$"},
                {"file_path": ".*(\\\\|/)Configuration(\\\\|/)TypoScript(\\\\|/).*\\.txt$"}
            ]
        }
    ]
}

To apply TypoScript syntax highlighting to other files you could easily enhance the above syntax detection rules. Have a look into the ApplySyntax manual

Thanks to Philipp Kitzberger and Mathias Brodala for the hint.