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Vash

by theoperatore ST2/ST3

A Sublime Text syntax definition for the templating language Vash <https://github.com/kirbysayshi/vash>

Details

  • 2014.11.19.17.29.19
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 5 years ago
  • 19 minutes ago
  • 5 years ago

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  • Total 323
  • Win 195
  • OS X 92
  • Linux 36
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Readme

Source
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Vash syntax for Sublime Text

Tired of having to look at boring old HTML while using the Vash templating engine?

Boring Vash

ME TOO

Wish there was some sort of package or syntax highlighting that gave you interesting colors for keywords, the transition character, and other Vash related syntax?

ME TOO

What can we do?

GET THE VASH PACKAGE

Introducing the package for Sublime Text that does just that. It's just a plain old file but it does so much. Like highlight your Vash!

Exciting Vash

Installation

Turns out it's easy. Like really easy.

Via Package Control

  1. cmd(ctrl) + shift + p – for Command palette
  2. type install – for installing new packages
  3. type vash – to search for Vash
  4. Hit return – to download and install
  5. Celebrate that your Vash files are now EXCITING

That Manual Way

OSX
$ cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages/User/
$ git clone https://github.com/theoperatore/VashSyntaxDefinition.git

Celebrate that your Vash files are now EXCITING

Linux
$ cd ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/User/
$ git clone https://github.com/theoperatore/VashSyntaxDefinition.git

Celebrate that your Vash files are now EXCITING

Windows

I believe the correct path for windows is:

Error: language “command” is not supported
> cd %AppData%\Sublime Text 3
> git clone https://github.com/theoperatore/VashSyntaxDefinition.git

Celebrate that your Vash files are now EXCITING

Using IT

Once installed, Sublime Text will read any *.vash file and automatically change your syntax to Vash.

Otherwise cmd(ctrl) + shift + p it up and search for vash

Then of course:

Celebrate that your Vash files are now EXCITING

License

Most of this was modified from the JSX sublime text syntax definition. So they should get all of the credit.

MIT