Inline JavaScript Highlighting


#1

Is there a plugin, or is it possible to have Atom highlight the syntax of JavaScript when it is contained within <script></script> tags inside an HTML file? As it stands, it appears to ignore the code.

I’ve tried several different themes, and they all exhibit the same behavior.


#2

works fine here! (default OneDark syntax theme as well as several others tested)


#3

Same here. It works fine for me.

Are you sure HTML is selected as the language scheme?


#4

The file is HTML, but it’s not a complete file with html, head, and body tags. It’s meant to be an include (I’m working with Google Polymer). I can get the highlighting to work if I wrap it in a div, but I don’t want to do that.


#5


#6

Interesting. I suppose that’s a case for the language-html parser, to perhaps not rely on html tags being present.

That said, have you seen this Polymer-related issue on the main repo?
There may be some talk about how to handle template files.


#7

I confirm, I have the same problem when trying to migrate from Sublime to Atom for web-components/polymer development.

I’ve posted an issue to language-html parser, I hope the problem is explained clearly enough and that somebody will take a look on it…