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Sublime Text 2 Color Scheme for Lasso

Sublime Text 2 is a superb code editor. I am using it now since 4 days and I am already completely used to it. I thought I would miss all integrated functions in Coda 2, but it turns out that I don't. I already use applications like Transmit, SmartSVN and Navicat outside Coda 2 to do more than can be done from within Coda 2, so I am already used to that. After 4 days of coding with Sublime Text it is now the other way around - I miss stuff in Coda 2 that makes me turn back to Sublime Text!

A fellow developer has made a great Lasso syntax highlighter for Sublime Text 2 and I have been playing around a color scheme to get the (almost) same syntax coloring as I had in Coda 2. Maybe you find it useful too.


Download myLasso.tmTheme and put it into:
/Users/<YOU>/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 2/Packages/Color Scheme - Default/

(to install on Win / Lin - read this part of the manual)

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