If you're modifying the HTML language bundle, i'd advise you to make
a copy and modify that.
That way you'll still be able to get the latest updates to your
default HTML language syntax.
If you modify it, textmate will default to your version instead.
On Dec 17, 2005, at 9:41 PM, Graham Ashton wrote:
On Saturday 17 December, Michael Sheets wrote:
That's a repository rule, you have to include
it in the main grammar
at some point. Look above and you'll see the php repository item
included at some point.
So it was. I hadn't spotted that.
In response to the later email, the order of
repository items doesn't
matter. But the order they are included in the syntax does matter.
Once I'd referenced my rule before the PHP rule it worked great.
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