This lets you add syntax highlighting for event language for TextMate, Sublime Text, and any other editor that uses .tmlanguage files.
###Installation (Sublime Text 2):
Extract the contents of the zip into
C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 2\Packages\User\
.event files will automatically have the right syntax highlighting. For .txt files, go to View>Syntax>EVENT.
Sorry to bring this up.
Doesnt seem to work in Sublime 3 (at least me).
Did the exact same procedure.
(my sublime text is installed in the system… and its in program files rather appdata – this shouldnt be the issue)
Even if Sublime is intalled in program files, you need to put the plugins in appdata.
As suggested by circles, I am posting the one I use for Notepad++, link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vdwusyqu5cn4s1p/ea.xml?dl=0
In Notepad++, go to Language>Define Your Language>Import and select the file. Then go to Language>Event Assembler to enable Highlighting for your current file (It also automatically applies for newly opened .ea and .event files).
Necropost time. Here’s a dump of what I use for notepad++ syntax highlighting for EA scripts, thumb source, and textprocess scripts. They’re probably best optimized for dark mode.
Disclaimer: They’re custom made by me, and intelligent design in any regard is not guaranteed in any way, shape, or form. There’s also a bunch of stuff (macros, etc) that are useful probably to me only.