I found in the Flight Manual, on Git/Issues and here on Discuss how to add a file extension to a given
langauge-mylanguage-syntax package by adding to the
'source': field in the package’s
config.cson or whatever. I did this with, for instance,
language-lua and moonscript because Moonscript has Luaish syntax.
I’d like to do the same thing with
language-c, but there’s no
~/.atom/packages/language-c folder, even though the package is default with
atom and so it must be installed.
How can I edit
language-c's config to make it auto-recognise arbitrary file extensions?