TextMate Grammar for Scenic
This repository provides a TextMate-format grammar for the Scenic scenario description language, suitable for use with Sublime Text, Atom, and Visual Studio Code. The grammar gives best results on Scenic 3 code, but should largely work for older versions as well. Note that in VS Code, the default theme does not highlight operators in a different color than identifiers, which doesn't work well for Scenic code: other themes (e.g. Monokai) work better.
The grammar is based on the MagicPython grammar by MagicStack Inc., which is also available under the MIT license (see
In Atom, install the
In Sublime Text, install
In VSCode, starting with version 0.10.1, install
Alternatively, the package can be installed manually in all editors, by copying the Scenic package into the Sublime/Atom/VSCode user packages directory.
If you want to write your own color scheme you can find a list of all the scopes that we use in misc/scopes. The file is automatically generated based on the syntax grammar, so it is always up-to-date and exhaustive.