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neko nml syntax

by R32 ST3

.NML Syntax Highlighting and Auto Completion for Core Lib

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  • Win 56
  • Mac 18
  • Linux 19
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sublime-nekoml

Note: This is the first time I tried to write syntax definition, so it probably has some Bug

Install

  1. installation requirements: Sublime text 3 build 3103 + Package Control
  2. Menu -> Preferences -> Browse Packages...
  3. 'git clone https://github.com/R32/sublime-nekoml.git nml –depth=1'

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features

  • Syntax highlighting for *.nml file

  • Auto Completion(only core lib)

    • setting: "auto_complete_triggers": [ {"characters": ".", "selector": "source.nml"} ]
  • Goto Definition: F12,Jump Back: Alt + -

    • Need add /neko-master/src/core Folder to current project.

    Menu -> Project -> Add Folder to Project...

  • NEW .neko syntax hightlighting(Partial) and auto Completion(only for builtins)

    • setting: "auto_complete_triggers": [ ...,{"characters": "$", "selector": "source.neko"} ]