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Update languages #15989

merged 18 commits into from Oct 25, 2017


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50Wliu commented Oct 25, 2017

Quite a lot of minor changes this time around.

  • Fix Coffeescript methods wrapped in parentheses
  • Add CSS font-display property
  • Support deeply nested Go accessors and channels in variable declarations
  • Fix HTML snippets and XML tag
  • Remove Hyperlink as a selectable grammar
  • Add punctuation tokens for @ in decorations and fix generic Java arrays
  • Make internal JS grammars unselectable, allow spreads to precede await, and allow package as a method name
  • Better Less mixin support
  • Add support for Handlebars multiline comments
  • Add .theme as a PHP filetype, tokenize namespaces preceding scope resolution operators, fix infinite injection loop, and add support for ternaries
  • Revert Python indentation updates, update snippets, add indentation patterns for async definitions, and support lowercase hex characters
  • Fix Ruby variables ending in do and recognize multiline regexes
  • Fix SCSS tag names and property names getting mixed up and fix Sass snippets
  • Support unquoted Shell herestrings and Greek prompt symbols
  • Remove TODO as a selectable grammar
  • Add .ksy as a YAML filetype

50Wliu added some commits Oct 25, 2017

Use scope names rather than names
Some languages are not guaranteed to have names

@50Wliu 50Wliu merged commit 4d47302 into master Oct 25, 2017

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