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ColdFusion Syntax and Language files

Postby indiver on Sat Mar 05, 2011 9:14 pm

I've customized TextMate bundle for ColdFusion (CFTextMate) to work with Sublime.

Available here: http://nagpals.com/posts/sublime-coldfusion/
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Re: ColdFusion Syntax and Language files

Postby atomi on Sat Mar 05, 2011 11:56 pm

What is changed from https://github.com/robrohan/coldfusion.tmbundle

You probably already know this, If you run the ant build target it will create a tmLanguage file based off of a cfeclipse dictionary xml file.
Which will also replace this in your tmLanguage file: <string>@BUNDLE_UUID@</string> with a valid UUID.

By the way I've followed you on twitter and github :)
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Re: ColdFusion Syntax and Language files

Postby indiver on Sun Mar 06, 2011 2:16 am

I'm not sure where I got it from -- I seldom use TextMate as for some reason, indentation in CF files always gets screwed up. But you might be right, that might be it. I think I had just checked it out, and don't think I ran the build.

There are a whole bunch of quick snippets I've put in that I use myself... e.g., for all cffile actions, there are separate snippets.

So if you type cffile and press ctrl+space, you'll see all of them.

The project is meant more to share what I'm using and to be customized by others as they see fit. Feel free to fork it on GitHub.
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