Adding new language definition file
Michael Monto 8 months ago in iPad • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 8 months ago • 1
I use Textastic to draft Batari Basic files. Batari Basic is a coding language written as a high level language that converts to assembly language and finally converts to binary to be run on an Atari 2600. Is there a way to customize Textastic with a word list of Batari Basic commands? I've spend about 2 weeks trying to understand the customization instructions for Textastic with Sublime Text 3, .tmbundle packages, and .tmTheme files, but i just don't get it. Is there a better step-by-step tutorial you know of that can help me?
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I can only point you to the Sublime Text documentation on syntax definitions at https://www.sublimetext.com/docs/syntax.html
Please note that Textastic only supports the features of Sublime Text 3.0 syntax definitions, not later ones.
Maybe you can find a TextMate 1 bundle or Sublime Text 3 package of a language that is similar to Batari Basic and modify it?