Syntax highlighting for roleplaying character sheets
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This package provides syntax highlighting for the character sheets created by npc. The sheets are mostly markdown files with the addition of tags and special sections.
Each tag appears on its own line and starts with an at (
@) symbol. Recognized tags will be highlighted differently from free-form tags, but you can tag characters however you want. Section headings must appear on their own line and consist of one or two words wrapped in two hyphens, like
--Section Name--. The only section that gets special treatment is the Stats section, which has game-specific formatting for certain systems.
The supported file types right now are:
|.dnd3||Dungeons & Dragons 3.5|
|.nwod||New World of Darkness 1e (human, changeling, and werewolf)|
|.fate||FATE Core and Eclipse Phase addon|
|.npc||Generic character info sheet|
The best way to install NPC Sheets is through Package Manager.
Alternatively, you can download the latest code into your Sublime Text
Packages directory, either by cloning the repository or by downloading the latest release.