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Skript Tools SublimeJS++ / A Skript Notepad++ UDL 5.0

A Notepad++ UDL inspired in Sublime Text's JS highlighting.

  1. PatoFrango
    SublimeJS++ is a Notepad++ UDL for Skript inspired in Sublime Text's default syntax highlighting for JavaScript. Apart from the regular expressions, it features custom command, option, function and region support as well as some SkQuery, Skellett and SkStuff compatibility.
    SublimeJS++ also provides built-in function support, recognizing every bensku's fork function. These include floor(), ln(), sqrt(), and so on.



    How to install
    1. Extract the .zip archive
    2. Open Notepad++
    3. Click on the tab "Language", then "Define your language..."
    4. Click "Import..."
    5. Select the extracted file
    6. Restart Notepad++
    7. Click again on the tab "Language" and select "Skript"
    Additional Notes
    Am I going to add even more features? Maybe. Depends on the feedback and my free time.
    MrpYA45 likes this.

Recent Reviews

  1. IDuckz_
    Version: 5.0
    Nevermind, I rated it 2 stars before but I haven't changed the background color, that's why it was so buggy, thanks for this awesome notepad++ udl! :)
    1. PatoFrango
      Author's Response
      Yeah the background needs to be changed. Thank you for the review!
  2. gundam89412
    Version: 5.0
    good job
    1. PatoFrango
      Author's Response
      Thank you!
  3. Dabriel
    Version: 3.0
    This is actually pretty neat. It's useful for those who want the colors from sublime and still use notepad++. nice
    1. PatoFrango
      Author's Response
      Haha, thanks Dabriel!