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Adds support for the Wesnoth Markup Language.

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Wesnoth Markup Language (WML)

Adds support for the Wesnoth Markup Language. Works with any color scheme.

Features

  • highlighting of WML tags, key=value pairs, seperators, comments
  • checks for matching parentheses, braces, brackets and quotes
  • knows about preprocessor instructions and can detect mistakes
  • highlights inline Lua

Code

If you miss something, or want to further expand it:

  • In Sublime Text, the code can be reached from Menu -> Preferences -> Browse Packages…
  • In the parallel folder »Installed Packages« is the Zip-archive WML.sublime-package. Extract it into »Packages«
  • The file contains many comments about the markup mechanics

How it looks

screenshot.png …using the Breakers color scheme.
Lua code is detected by the »code« key and the strong quotes.