[SVN] FAQ for newbies?
peter.haza at gmail.com
Fri Mar 7 07:50:55 UTC 2008
Before you do anything, make sure the bundle doesn't already exist.,
If it doesn't, fire up the bundle editor (⌃⌥⌘B) and press the +
down to the left, select new bundle. Then you'll get a template to get
You can start by adding a language grammar, which is usually the
most complex part because it involves lots of regular expressions
It is also good to look at a simple language you know well that has
been implemented, and see how that is done
When that's working correctly, you can add snippets, commands
and macros to speed up working with the language.
Note that it's easier to start with snippets and commands, but if you
know mainly how they work, I prefer having the grammar in place before
I add the spice.
On Mar 6, 2008, at 10:48 PM, Joseph Bennett wrote:
> I have a very newbie question, can probably be answered in a FAQ.
> I want to put together a bundle for a language, yet want to do
> things like flag obvious errors such that they will show up with
> text coloring.
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