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BBEdit Language Module for CoffeeScript
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
<!--
BBEdit Language Module for CoffeeScript
Put this file in
~/Library/Application Support/BBEdit/Language Modules
or equivalent.
Based off of the examples shipped in the BBEdit SDK.
-->
<plist version="1.0">
<dict>
<key>BBEditDocumentType</key>
<string>CodelessLanguageModule</string>
<key>BBLMLanguageDisplayName</key>
<string>CoffeeScript</string>
<key>BBLMLanguageCode</key>
<string>CoSc</string>
<key>BBLMColorsSyntax</key>
<true/>
<key>BBLMScansFunctions</key>
<true/>
<key>BBLMIsCaseSensitive</key>
<true/>
<key>BBLMKeywordList</key>
<array>
<string>if</string>
<string>for</string>
<string>in</string>
<string>then</string>
<string>else</string>
<string>or</string>
<string>of</string>
<string>while</string>
<string>until</string>
<string>do</string>
<string>try</string>
<string>catch</string>
<string>is</string>
<string>isnt</string>
<string>unless</string>
<string>and</string>
<string>not</string>
<string>class</string>
<string>extends</string>
<string>super</string>
<string>new</string>
<string>this</string>
<string>switch</string>
<string>when</string>
<string>finally</string>
</array>
<key>BBLMSuffixMap</key>
<array>
<dict>
<key>BBLMLanguageSuffix</key>
<string>.cs</string>
</dict>
<dict>
<key>BBLMLanguageSuffix</key>
<string>.coffee</string>
</dict>
</array>
<key>Language Features</key>
<dict>
<key>Identifier and Keyword Character Class</key>
<string>0-9A-Z_a-z</string>
<key>Comment Pattern</key>
<string>(?x:
(?&gt; \( ) |
(?&gt; \) ) |
(?&gt; \[ ) |
(?&gt; \] ) |
(?&gt; \{ ) |
(?&gt; \} ) |
(?&gt; \: ) |
(?&gt; \@ ) |
(?&gt; -&gt; ) |
(?&gt; \# .* $ ) |
(?&gt; \#\#\# (?s:.*?) (?: \#\#\# | \z ))
)</string>
<key>String Pattern</key>
<string>(?x:
(?&gt; ` (?s: \\. | [^`] )*? (?: ` ) ) |
(?&gt; /// (?s: \\. | [^/] )*? (?: /// ) ) |
(?&gt; """ (?s: \\. | [^"] )*? (?: """ ) ) |
(?&gt; ''' (?s: \\. | [^'] )*? (?: ''' ) ) |
(?&gt; " (?s: \\. | [^"] )*? (?: " ) ) |
(?&gt; ' (?s: \\. | [^'] )*? (?: ' ) )
)</string>
</dict>
</dict>
</plist>
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Zearin Jul 4, 2011

Thanks! This is great :)

Zearin commented Jul 4, 2011

Thanks! This is great :)

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joshrickard Aug 10, 2011

For BBEdit 10 (via mac app store) I had to create the Language Modules folder. Also make sure the file is saved with a plist extension or BBEdit won't pick up on it.

For BBEdit 10 (via mac app store) I had to create the Language Modules folder. Also make sure the file is saved with a plist extension or BBEdit won't pick up on it.

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pmuellr Aug 10, 2011

Talked to Josh off-line, re BB10.

The directory to put this in is still

~/Library/Application Support/BBEdit/Language Modules

but you may need to create the directory(s) if they don't already exist.

Suggest folks name this file CoffeeScript.plist.

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pmuellr commented Aug 10, 2011

Talked to Josh off-line, re BB10.

The directory to put this in is still

~/Library/Application Support/BBEdit/Language Modules

but you may need to create the directory(s) if they don't already exist.

Suggest folks name this file CoffeeScript.plist.

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mrienstra Aug 28, 2012

evandavis's fork (gist: 3219871) has some nice improvements, such as support for multi-line comments.

(disclaimer: I didn't look at all of the forks)

evandavis's fork (gist: 3219871) has some nice improvements, such as support for multi-line comments.

(disclaimer: I didn't look at all of the forks)

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rclarkburns Jun 25, 2013

Thank you!

Thank you!

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