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WEOML Syntax

by weo-media ST3

HTML syntax supercharged to recognize WEO keys in Sublime Text 3

Labels weo, keys, syntax

Details

  • 1.3.29
  • github.​com
  • 2 months ago
  • 1 hour ago
  • 2 years ago

Installs

  • Total 25
  • Win 20
  • Mac 5
  • Linux 0
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Readme

Source
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WEOML Syntax

It's WEO keys + HTML = COLORS! We've taken HTML syntax and supercharged it to recognize WEO keys in Sublime Text 3. This package provides syntax highlighting to proprietary WEO Media “Keys” in addition to basic HTML syntax highlighting. It is derived from Sublime's standard HTML highlighting.

Other Bits

Also included… - Auto completions of all the WEO keys with corresponding parameters - Snippets for commonly used code - DearDoctor Video IDs - completions for bootstrap-tp classes

Other Packages To Install

  • sublime tutor
  • ghost text
  • bracket highlighter
  • default file type
  • color highlighter
  • text pastry

Optional

  • emmet
  • html-css-js-prettify
  • css format

Auto Completions

  1. Open the Sublime Text personal settings file:

    • Mac OS X: Sublime Text > Preferences > Settings
    • Windows: Preferences > Settings
  2. Add the following code on a new line after the first curly brace ({) :

"auto_complete": true,
"auto_complete_commit_on_tab": true,
"auto_complete_cycle": true,
"auto_complete_selector": "source, text",
"auto_complete_with_fields": true,
"tab_size": 2,
"translate_tabs_to_spaces": true,

Default File Set Up

  1. Open a new file in sublime.
  2. paste the following:

{
"default_new_file_syntax": "WEOML.sublime-syntax",
"default_new_window_syntax": "WEOML.sublime-syntax",
"use_current_file_syntax": false
}

  1. Save as “default_file_type.sublime-settings” into the following location
    • /Packages/User/default_file_type.sublime-settings
    • to find the user packages folder
      • Mac OS X: Sublime Text > Preferences > Browse Packages
      • Windows: Preferences > Browse Packages