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CoffeeScript, Jade and Stylus syntax highlighting in Sublime Text 2

Step 1: Clone the bundles into your Sublime Text packages directory

cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages
git clone git://github.com/jashkenas/coffee-script-tmbundle CoffeeScript
git clone https://github.com/miksago/jade-tmbundle.git Jade
git clone https://github.com/LearnBoost/stylus.git Stylus

Step 2: Restart Sublime Text 2

If it hasn't worked, try closing and reopening any saved tabs.

@ptdorf

For EJS:
git clone git://github.com/gregory-m/ejs-tmbundle.git EJS

@ForbesLindesay

Preferecnes > Browse Packages gets you to the right directory in windows. [AppData]\Roaming\Sublime Text 2\Packages

@darinh

Thanks! (:

@jonki

Awesome, thanks!!! :)

@nskeip

thanks!
used this gist to get sublime coffee highlighting at ubuntu

@hallizh

Thanks!

@phungnc

Thanks

@richhollis

Awesome. On Ubuntu/Mint the folder was: /home/USERNAME/.config/sublime-text-2/Packages - I used Browse Packages and then "Find in folder" and read out the Where field.

@ericfish

This works good for set syntax in sublime text 2. Thanks

@StanBoyet

Works like a charm on Sublime Text 2 on Mac OSX 10.8.4

Thx :)

@zerokol

Perfect. On ubuntu is on ~/.config/sublime-text-2/Packages/

@a4anishm

THanks!

@danielsvane

Im having problems with the coffeescript url, used the https one to get it working

git clone https://github.com/jashkenas/coffee-script-tmbundle.git CoffeeScript
@zjwhitehead

Thanks. Just confirmed it works on Ubuntu 13.04 with Sublime Text 3 (build 3047)
the directory was as @richhollis mentioned at ( /home/USERNAME/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages)

@atomicframeworks

Worked perfectly. Thanks!

@jescott

Thanks - new Mac OSX Mavericks users with Sublime Text 3 Go to: /Users/"username"/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages

@Phazz

Thanks love it !

@iamjeannie

Works great !! thank you :-)

@BattleBrisket

If you are using Sublime on Windows 7, you'll want to clone into

C:\Users\[YOUR_USERNAME]\AppData\Roaming\Sublime Text 2
@regissoares

Better than to install manually is install Package Control: https://sublime.wbond.net/

@TimWagner

Wow, much better :) Thanks a lot for sharing!

@saqib-nadeem

Great :)

@juandefelix

It Works!!

@raduluchian

Excellent, works great for Sublime Text 3 on Windows 8.1! Just downloaded the Jade ZIP from GitHub and unzipped it in the packages folder (Preferences > Browse packages). Restarted Sublime and voila!

@zzz6519003

Thanks

@bobmeister

Works like a champ. Thanks!

@fitzryland

Perfect. Thanks.

@garyhussey

Thanks for the Gist, Feel dumb for not thinking to do this myself before using the package manager.

@paraggupta1993

Thanks a lot !

@vajapravin

Cool. Thanks.

@winnemucca

lost my syntax highlighting with jade when i did the sublime text 3 update. It is still installed but i cannot figure out what is wrong.

@RosSantoro1

thank you very much!! :)

@maereed

Thank you! This will make life so much easier! :)

@diliaur

Thank you! Works on Sublime Text 2 on OSX 10.9.4 :)

@juanortizthirdwave

Works, perfectly!

@gingerwilliams

Boom! Thanks

@bl4ckdu5t

I hoped I wouldn't have to close the tab and re-open for my .coffee but I think that was just necessary to get it working. Thanks!

@michliga

Works perfect, thank you!

@anantzoid

Thanks a ton :smile:

@AndrewWang996

LearnBoost has apparently been acquired by another company, so the new link for Stylus is https://github.com/stylus/stylus

@Karatsuba

works nice with ST3 on Ubuntu 14.04!
thanks!

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