Sublime Text lsl syntax
Syntax highlighting and code completion for Sublime Text
Using Sublime Package Control
Step 1: Install Package Control
Package Control is an essential Sublime Text plugin and can be found at: https://sublime.wbond.net/installation
Please follow the installation instructions on the page and then restart Sublime Text to complete installation.
Step 2: Add this GitHub Repository to Package Control
sublime-text-2-lsl plugin is not, by default, available in Package Control, so we need to add it.
Open up Package Control in Sublime Text by pressing CtrlShiftP and scroll down to the option
Package Control: Add Repository
When you click on the
Add Repository option, a textbox will open at the bottom of the Sublime Text window. Enter the name of this repository without the .git extension:
Step 3: Install
sublime-text-2-lsl via Package Control
Now we've added
sublime-text-2-lsl to our list of available packages, but we haven't installed it yet.
Re-open Package Control by pressing CtrlShiftP and scrolling down to
Package Control: Install Package.
Search for the package
sublime-text-2-lsl and double click on it.
sublime-text-2-lsl is installed and ready to go. No restart of Sublime Text is necessary.
You can locate your Sublime Text
Packages directory. When inside the
Packages directory type:
git clone https://github.com/JKolya/sublime-text-2-lsl.git sublime-text-2-lsl
Restart Sublime Text and the package is installed.
Most of the snippets where taken from the lsl TextMate bundle.