Usually if atom doesn’t do something out-of-the-box, there’s a package you can install to do it. What JS server is your environment using? Search for a package using that name.
Thanks for your help.
Just realized that my less-than script greater-than is being stripped out of the post so some clarity issues exist in my posts…
You actually do need new highlighting rules. It’s easy to create a grammar that “wraps” an existing grammar like so and matches the syntax of the file overall, then switches to the embedded language when it gets there. I can help make this happen, but first: is the syntax of the overall file associated with any particular framework?
Is this a custom thing or is there documentation about it online?
I’m not sure what documentation is available publicly. Netsuite is an omnichannel ERP provider. I’m thinking most of the docs about the particular web application/framework/platform is password protected.
I mean, if I can’t get this highlighting done fairly easily, it’s not the end of the world. Most of the work is done in files that do highlight properly. I just figured somewhere in the config I could say <% = <script and it would highlight as desired.
Like I said, it’s very easy. To install that, you can just jump into the command line and use
apm install damnedscholar/language-ssp, or you can clone the repo and use
apm link to create a symlink from your package folder to where the code is.
Awesome. Thanks for your help