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i​Rules

by billchurch ST3

iRules Syntax Highlighting for Sublime Text Editor http://www.sublimetext.com

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  • Total 337
  • Win 160
  • OS X 142
  • Linux 35
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About

iRules Syntax Highlighting for F5 Networks BIG-IP iRules syntax (http://devcentral.f5.com) for the Sublime Text Editor http://www.sublimetext.com

This was created from content found on DevCentral (http://devcentral.f5.com).

  • The command completion and syntax highlighting should be complete as of TMOS v11.6 including special highlighting for deprecated commands, functions, and events.

  • This includes highlighting and command completion:

  • And highligting of deprecated, removed, and illegal functions/events/commands (requires a scheme that supports the “invalid.illegal” and “invalid.deprecated” scopes and not all do. “Monokai” that ships with Sublime Text 3 does, so you can use that to test things out:

This bundle was updated on July 29th, 2015 and is currently maintained by Bill Church (https://github.com/billchurch/sublime-iRules).

Any suggestions or improvements, please feel free to contact me.

The new TCL syntax was pulled from the TCL bundle that ships with Sublime Text 3.

Installation (Package Management)

New Way

iRules is now in the the main repository. (preferred)

  • go to the command pallete (⌘+⇧+P)
  • select “Package Control: Install Package”
  • type “iRules” and select the iRules package

Old Way

Using Package Control at https://packagecontrol.io/installation:

Notes