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Ruby on Rails syntax highlight switcher for Sublime Text 2
import sublime, sublime_plugin
import os
class DetectFileTypeCommand(sublime_plugin.EventListener):
""" Detects current file type if the file's extension isn't conclusive """
""" Modified for Ruby on Rails and Sublime Text 2 """
""" Original pastie here: """
def on_load(self, view):
filename = view.file_name()
if not filename: # buffer has never been saved
name = os.path.basename(filename.lower())
if name[-8:] == "_spec.rb":
set_syntax(view, "Rspec", "User/rspec")
elif name == "factories.rb":
set_syntax(view, "Rspec", "User/rspec")
elif name == "gemfile":
set_syntax(view, "Ruby on Rails", "Rails")
elif name[-3] == "erb"
set_sintax(view, "HTML (Rails)", "Rails")
elif name[-2:] == "rb":
set_syntax(view, "Ruby on Rails", "Rails")
def set_syntax(view, syntax, path=None):
if path is None:
path = syntax
view.settings().set('syntax', 'Packages/'+ path + '/' + syntax + '.tmLanguage')
print "Switched syntax to: " + syntax

Thanks for this.
Just wanted to let you know that there's a typo in there => set_sintax


How does one use this?


This SO post has instructions:

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