Commit ba5a4812 authored by Zachary Goldstein's avatar Zachary Goldstein
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......@@ -2,45 +2,50 @@ How to Install the Sublime uSmallTalk Syntax Package
Author: Zachary Goldstein (zgolds01), Tufts University
Created: 14 Nov 2020
Last Modified: 14 Nov 2020
Created: 30 Nov 2020
Last Modified: 1 Dec 2020
Procedure:
1) If you don't already have Sublime installed, you can download it here:
1) If you don't already have Sublime 3 installed, you can download it here:
https://www.sublimetext.com/3
2) Sublime allows you to use SFTP or a Remote-Folder to access your files
on the Halligan servers. To enable Sublime to connect to Halligan, you
will need to install a package. I recommend the "SFTP for Sublime Text"
package, which you can install as the the directions here:
https://www.sublimetext.com/3
https://codexns.io/products/sftp_for_sublime/install
Do not download a 'portable' version of Sublime, if one is available
for your operating system. This uSmallTalk packge does not support
'portable' distributions of Sublime.
3) Quit Sublime
2) Sublime allows you to use SFTP or a Remote-Folder to access your files
on the Halligan servers. To enable Sublime to connect to Halligan, you
will need to install a package. I recommend the "SFTP for Sublime Text"
package, which you can install as per the directions here:
4) Once you've installed Sublime and a suitable SFTP package, you have to
install the uSmallTalk package. Since this package is not officially
supported, you'll have to install it manually.
https://codexns.io/products/sftp_for_sublime/install
Move the uSmallTalk package directory inside Sublime's "Packages" folder.
The location of this folder varies based on your operating system:
3) Quit Sublime
(a) Windows: $APPDATA/Sublime Text 3/Packages
(b) OSX: ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages
(c) Linux: ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages
4) Once you've installed Sublime and a suitable SFTP package, you have to
install the uSmallTalk package. Since this package is not officially
supported, you'll have to install it manually.
(I may be wrong about the Windows/Linux locations)
Move the uSmallTalk package directory inside Sublime's "Packages" folder.
The location of this folder varies based on your operating system:
5) If you forgot to quit Sublime before installing the uSmallTalk package,
restart Sublime now.
(a) Windows: $APPDATA/Sublime Text 3/Packages
(b) OSX: ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages
(c) Linux: ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages
6) That's it, you're done!
(I may be wrong about the Windows/Linux locations)
Now, any ".ums" files that you open in Sublime should have uSmallTalk-specific
5) If you forgot to quit Sublime before installing the uSmallTalk package,
restart Sublime now.
6) That's it, you're done!
Now, any ".smt" files that you open in Sublime should have uSmallTalk-specific
syntax highlighting automatically applied. If your uSmallTalk code still looks
bland, you may have to manually change the syntax settings by going to:
(View) -> (Syntax) -> (uSmallTalk)
(View) -> (Syntax) -> (uSmallTalk)
......@@ -2,13 +2,14 @@ uSmallTalk Syntax Package
Author: Zachary Goldstein (zgolds01), Tufts University
Created: 23 Apr 2020
Last Modified: 14 Nov 2020
Created: 30 Nov 2020
Last Modified: 1 Dec 2020
Purpose:
- highlight uSmallTalk source according to grammar specification
- facilitate (relatively) painless uSmallTalk programming
- enable use of the native Sublime 'primary+/' commenting shortcut
Acknowledgements
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