Text Highlighting support for more than 80 source code languages
John Ryan 3 years ago • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 3 years ago • 3
Web page indicates "With support for more than 80 source code and markup languages" - but I can't see how to get the Mac version to use anything but HTML. I can see options to configure TextTastic - but no documentation on how to.
Question: How can I configure TextTastic to highlight SQL. Code completion would be great, but basic text highlighting would be great.
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Follow up on the previous question. I've found: https://github.com/sublimehq/Packages/tree/master/SQL but the difficulty is really the user-guide - there isn't one for mac. (Aside from Emmet https://docs.emmet.io) and one page on how to configure new languages.
While you don't need to explain how to do "search and replace" - a quick note / demo on how to install syntax highlighting would be helpful. Thanks!
Duh!! After much playing around, including downloading the github sublime-syntax and tmPreferences files, I FINALLY found the toggle on the page. Looks like there's a superb manual on iOS - but nothing yet on Mac.
Screenshot below for the "hard of thinking" like me.... and you get a pop-up list of 80+ syntax highlighters!
I'm glad that you found out how to select a different syntax definition. Sorry that it wasn't more obvious.