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WDL syntax for Sublime Text Editor and VS Code

This repo provides support for the Workflow Description Language (WDL) in Sublime Text Editor, Visual Studio Code, and GitHub Linguist.

### Installation: #### Sublime Text: * Install Package Control package manager for Sublime via these instructions. * Use Cmd+Shift+P on OSX or Ctrl+Shift+P on Linux to open Command Palette, then select Package Control: Install Package. * Search for “WDL Syntax” and hit Enter.

#### Visual Studio Code: * Go to Extensions, search for WDL Syntax Highlighter and install!