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by davidjrice ALL

Syntax highlighting for Eco (Embedded CoffeeScript) Templates in Sublime Text 2

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  • 2013.02.01.14.22.56
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  • 8 years ago
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Syntax highlighting for Eco Embedded CoffeeScript Templates in Sublime Text 2

It is based on an edited version the HTML (RAILS) Syntax from the rails textmate bundle.

Installation

The following instructions are temporary until sublime-eco is added to the package control source repository.

  • Hit command+shift+p and type "Package Control: Add Repository" and hit return
  • Enter https://github.com/davidjrice/sublime-eco.git in the sublime console that appears and hit return.
  • Now the repository is available, follow the rest of the instructions below to install the package.

The following instructions will be all that's necessary after sublime-eco is available through package control directly.

  • Hit command+shift+p and type "Package Control: Install Package" and hit return
  • Type “eco”, this package should appear in the dropdown, select it from the list and hit return

Optional

To get “Textmate ERB Style” opening and closing of ECO blocks. You will also want to;

You should then open your Preferences -> Keybindings - User and add the key binding for the ERB command.

The simple option is to allow this command in any file.

[
  { "keys": ["ctrl+shift+."], "command": "erb" }
]

However if you're like me you may want to restrict the key binding to those files where it makes sense to have that command. (Note the added text.html.eco at the end of the string)

[
  { "keys": ["ctrl+shift+."], "command": "erb", "context":
    [
      { "key": "selector",
        "operator": "equal",
        "operand": "text.html.ruby, text.haml, source.yaml, source.css, source.scss, source.js, source.coffee, text.html.eco" }
    ]
  }
]
`