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Syntax highlighting for Linked Data developers

Each syntax highlighter in this package covers the entire grammar specification for its language. This provides very high-resolution scopes and immediately shows invalid syntax using special alert highlighting and all tokens are inspectable.

Install:

Available on Package Control as LinkedData .

Alternatively, you can download the .sublime-package file (or the source code archives) from the Releases.

Features:

  • Highly-resolution scoping allows for very detailed color schemes.
  • Malformed syntax detection. Expected token(s) are inspectable via scope name.
  • Auto-completion and validation for prefix mappings registered on prefix.cc.

Currently supported languages:

Currently supported platforms:

  • Sublime Text 3

Currently supported color themes:

  • Macaron Dark
  • Macaron Light (in beta)

Planned langauage support:

  • OWL Manchester
  • OWL Functional-Style
  • RDFa
  • JSON-LD

Planned platform support:

  • Atom
  • CodeMirror
  • Emacs
  • minted (LaTeX)
  • Ace

Planned color theme support

  • Suggestions?

Activating the Light Color Scheme

This package ships with two color schemes which were designed specifically for the high-resolution scopes that the syntax highlighting definitions create. By default, this package will use the Macaron Dark color scheme. If you prefer to use Macaron Light, you'll need to create a settings file to override the syntaxes defined below:

First, create a new file in Sublime and paste these contents into it:

// These settings will override both User and Default settings for the specific LinkedData syntaxes
{
	"color_scheme": "Packages/LinkedData/macaron-light.sublime-color-scheme"
}

Next, save this file as LinkedData.sublime-settings under the User/ folder in the Sublime Text 3 Packages directory. That is, the path should end with: [...]/Packages/User/LinkedData.sublime-settings .

Finally, create a new symbolic link to this file for each syntax. The files should be in the same User subdirectory as the other file:

For Linux and Mac, open terminal in this directory and run:

ln -s LinkedData.sublime-settings n-triples.sublime-settings
ln -s LinkedData.sublime-settings n-quads.sublime-settings
ln -s LinkedData.sublime-settings turtle.sublime-settings
ln -s LinkedData.sublime-settings trig.sublime-settings
ln -s LinkedData.sublime-settings notation3.sublime-settings
ln -s LinkedData.sublime-settings shex.sublime-settings
ln -s LinkedData.sublime-settings sparql.sublime-settings

For Windows, open command prompt in this directory and run:

mklink n-triples.sublime-settings  LinkedData.sublime-settings
mklink n-quads.sublime-settings    LinkedData.sublime-settings
mklink turtle.sublime-settings     LinkedData.sublime-settings
mklink trig.sublime-settings       LinkedData.sublime-settings
mklink notation3.sublime-settings  LinkedData.sublime-settings
mklink shex.sublime-settings       LinkedData.sublime-settings
mklink sparql.sublime-settings     LinkedData.sublime-settings

This will override the default color scheme when any of these syntaxes are loaded in the current view.


Previews:

Macaron Dark

Turtle:

Turtle Preview

SPARQL:

SPARQL Preview

ShExC:

ShExC Preview

Macaron Light

Turtle:

Turtle Preview

SPARQL:

SPARQL Preview

ShExC:

ShExC Preview

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Complete high-res syntaxes for SPARQL 1.1, Turtle, TriG, N-Triples, N-Quads, Notation3 and ShExC

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