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qasm_highlighting

by gtaifu ST3

Sublime Text 3 package for QASM and QuMIS syntax highlighting.

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  • Win 122
  • Mac 40
  • Linux 29
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qasm_highlighting

Sublime Text 3 package for eQASM, QASM and QuMIS syntax highlighting.

Installation

Automatic installation (recommended)

Use package control and install qasm_highlighting.

Manual Installation

Download the files <eqasm/qasm/qumis>.sublime-syntax and put them in the following folder: * %APPDATA%\Sublime Text 3\Packages\User\ on Windows OS. * /Users/Username/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/User on Mac OS (maybe also applicable to Linux).

The code highlighting can work with the Sublime Text default theme. But it works best with the Monokai color scheme.

Installation tips:

  • In Windows, you could directly copy and paste the address in the windows explorer address bar, then Windows explorer will automatically reslove %APPDATA% macro and show the required folder.