[TxMt] New Language for Bundle

Chris Ruzin thatguy at chrisruzin.net
Wed Aug 24 03:26:54 UTC 2005

Hello all,

I'm not sure if this is where I'm supposed to ask or not, but I  
thought I'd ask anyway.

I'm making a bundle for ExpressionEngine (http://www.pmachine.com/).  
So far, I've got a bunch of snippets which are working out really  
nice. I'd like to have a language definition file though so the EE  
tags can be highlighted and folded. I can't wrap my head around how  
these language files are put together though, so I thought I'd ask if  
there was a wizard out there who could make it for me?

Some example EE tags:

Single Tag:



Tag Pairs:
{exp:comment:entries sort="asc" limit="20"}
<p>By {name} on {comment_date format="%Y %m %d"}</p>


{exp:weblog:month_links weblog="news" limit="50"}
{month}, {year}<br />

{if username == "joe"}
<h1>Hi Joe!</h1>

Tags are normally used inside of XHTML/HTML, but can be used within  
other languages like XML, CSS, JavaScript, etc. All tag pairs will  
always begin with {exp:*} and end with {/exp:*}. You can see examples  
of EE variables inside of the tag pairs. A lot of tag pairs have  
parameters, but not all of them. Sometimes people use double quotes,  
other times single quotes.

I'm not sure what else to add. If someone would be willing to help me  
out on this I'd really appreciate it.


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