Yesterday I started using SublimeText2 (replacing my Textwrangler on OSX) and am loving the customizability so far. Great work!
I want to use a dark color theme and find "All Hallow's Eve" basically matching for a start. However I am missing more distinct colors. I am mostly using PHP syntax highlighting and specifically want to adjust:
- Color of $variable to be distinct
- Color of CONSTANTS to be distinct
- Color of PHP functions (like htmlspecialchars()) and self-defined functions to be the same - so basically function() should look the same, no matter if it's built-in or my own function
- HTML tags within PHP variables should have a different color for the <key> and the content within <key>...</key>
Now how do I start?
It seems that PHP.tmLanguage is used to assign distinct keys for each syntax specification, and then a .thTheme file can use that key for styling? The PHP.tmLanguage mentions that HTML.tmLanguage is actually used, so where/how do I look for the names of the syntax definitions that I mentioned earlier?
Thanks for any pointers,