I am working in a tiny language, that there aren’t any syntax for in atom or text-editor.
I just recently migrated to atom from Sublime. I also had to make my own sublime syntax for it back then. And I’d like to make one for Atom as well. However, it’s almost impossible to find any sort of documentation on it.
The only /not closed/ topic I can find here on the subject is over 2 years old. And mostly just suggest to look at textmate tutorials.
I understand how the whole grammar and .cson files work thanks to this tutorial: https://www.sitepoint.com/how-to-write-a-syntax-highlighting-package-for-atom/
But what I can’t find any information on, is where I put my CSS styling for the classes you make in the .cson file.
I know there is a converter from Sublime to textmate, and a converter from textmate to Sublime. But I can do a much better job at my syntax highlighting now than I could when I made my Sublime package. So I’d like to start from scratch. If only I could find some documentation on how to do so