slope syntax highlighting for gnu nano editor
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README.md

slope syntax for nano

This, as the title suggests, is a syntax highlighting file for the nano text editor.

It is a simplified highlighting syntax in comparrison to the slope vim syntax, but should make things much nicer to work with that using nano without it.

Installation is simple:

make

This will do the following:

  • Copy the syntax file to ~/.local/share/nano/syntax/slope.nanorc, creating this folder structure if need be
  • Append include ~/.local/share/nano/syntax/slope.nanorc to your ~/.nanorc file
  • There is a make target, make remove. This will remove the slope.nanorc file, but will not attempt to remove the include from your .nanorc (in order to safeguard your file)