Clone this project somewhere, with the following:
git clone git://github.com/elliottcable/ruby.sugar.git ./Ruby.sugar
And then link it to your syntaxes directory:
mkdir -p "~/Library/Application Support/Espresso/Sugars/" ln -s "$(pwd)/Ruby.sugar" "~/Library/Application Support/Espresso/Sugars/"
As of 0.9b1, Espresso only supports one sort of syntax highlighting (that
which is delivered with Espresso), and it's very rudimentary. For instance,
the highlight that appears on function names only applies to items of
name="*.name.*" that appear underneath items of
means that, although I'd like to have class names highlighted where they
appear, I can't really do so without losing semanticity. Therefore this Sugar
won't really look very complete if you install it, as things you might
expect to be highlighted (such as aforementioned class names) won't be.
I guess we've just gotta wait for the next beta!