Eclipse tm4e - TextMate support in Eclipse IDE
tm4e provides the capability to support :
TextMate tokenizerwith Java and integrates it with Eclipse IDE.
- VSCode Language Configuration to support matching bracket, auto close, on enter support.
tm4e is an official Eclipse.org project so it conforms to typical Eclipse.org requirements and guarantees.
You can install
tm4e with the update site
http://download.eclipse.org/tm4e/snapshots/ which provides samples of syntax coloration with:
- GenericEditor for Language Server (C#, CSS, JSON)
- a TypeScript Editor.
org.eclipse.tm4e.core provides the Java TextMate tokenizer. This project is a Java port of vscode-textmate written in TypeScript. This Java API can be used with any Java UI Toolkit (Swing, Eclipse, etc). See Core section for more information.
org.eclipse.tm4e.ui provides the Eclipse org.eclipse.jface.text.presentation.IPresentationReconciler TMPresentationReconciler which is able to tokenize an editor content by using a given JSON, PList TextMate grammar and do syntax coloration. See UI section for more information.
Here a sample with TypeScript:
Who is using tm4e?
Here are some projects that use tm4e:
- Eclipse Corrosion Rust development tools in Eclipse IDE.
- Eclipse aCute C# edition in Eclipse IDE.
- BlueSky for Eclipse IDE a simple and productive Web Development Tools in the Eclipse IDE.
- LiClipseText enables Eclipse to be used as a general-purpose text editor, providing support for several languages out of the box.
- typescript.java TypeScript IDE for Eclipse with JSDT & tsserver.
- EditorConfig for Eclipse EditorConfig for Eclipse with GenericEditor.
Get support and contribute
- License and community:
tm4eis a community open-source project licensed under the Eclipse Public License 1.0.
- Support: You can ask questions, report bugs, and request features using GitHub issues.
- Git: This
eclipse/tm4erepository is the reference repository to contribute to
- Build and CI: build can be performed with a simple
mvn clean verify, continuous integration and deployment is performed by CI jobs at https://hudson.eclipse.org/tm4e
- Developers mailing-list: Contributors are also expected to subscribe the tm4e-dev mailing-list.
- Becoming a committer: as usual with Eclipse.org projects, anyone who's made significant contributions and who