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Re: Fortran syntax highlighting

Postby justinwaynethomas on Wed Jul 09, 2014 8:51 pm

filipesmg wrote:Hi everyone,

I have just found out about Sublime Text 2, and I'm really impressed! The only problem is that I can't make some Fortran things to work with it. I don't know what happened, but yesterday I have downloaded the bundle from
https://github.com/textmate/fortran.tmbundle
and I have used the syntax highlighting for the Fortran - Modern without any problems. Today, I'm trying to open some of my .f90 files, but the program freezes! Sometimes, I manage to open and use the Modern SH, but others, it doesn't work. I still didn't find out how to reproduce. Is anyone having this problem? Or have an idea of what that must be?

I can use the Fortran - Punchcard, but the problem is that it doesn't work with comments for the Fortran 90 files (if I have comments with apostrophes and quotes, the highlighting gets completely messed up, and I can't use the "c" to toggle comments.)

Hi, I am admittedly Sublime n00b. I am having precisely this problem, i.e. the editor freezes when using the TextMate Fortran syntax bundle. Does anyone know if there was a resolution?
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Re: Fortran syntax highlighting

Postby justinwaynethomas on Wed Jul 09, 2014 9:06 pm

I just discovered the MinimalFortran package, and the concept of Package Control. Thanks!
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Re: Fortran syntax highlighting

Postby bbird on Tue Sep 23, 2014 8:40 pm

Down load any of the "tm bundle" versions above. Simply change the extension to .sublime-package. Sublime package files are zip archives that have been renamed.
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