A Sublime Text package for Sidefx Software's VEX language which is used in the procedural visual effects software Houdini. With the Monokai color scheme selected:
Open the Command Palette (Shift-Cmd-P in OS X, Shift-Ctrl-P in Linux/Windows). Select "Package Control: Install Package". Find and install VEX Syntax.
Package Control will automatically keep VEX Syntax up to date.
First you must locate the Sublime Text packages folder, then:
Manual installation via git:
cd /path/to/sublime/packages/folder git clone https://github.com/WhileRomeBurns/VEX_Syntax VEX_Syntax
Manual installation without git:
cd /path/to/sublime/packages/folder curl -L https://github.com/WhileRomeBurns/VEX_Syntax/tarball/master | tar xf -
You can send pull requests via GitHub. Do not edit the
VEX.tmLanguage file directly. Edit the
VEX.YAML-tmLanguage file instead and build the
from it using the YAML to Property List build tool in
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