"Antlers" Statamic syntax highlighting for Visual Studio Code
About "Antlers" for VS Code
This started as a weekend project to bring Statamic tag syntax highlighting to Sublime Text. I pulled a lot of the information for this from this ExpressionEngine bundle: https://github.com/fcgrx/ExpressionEngine2-Sublime-Text-3-Bundle and looking at this documentation: http://docs.sublimetext.info/en/latest/extensibility/syntaxdefs.html. ~~In all honesty, I still don't understand why much of the syntax works. I was able to port the Sublime Text version over to Atom.~~ I have a much better understanding of how grammars work now, so future versions should work much better.
I called this Antlers because it was just fun... I mean, heck... everything about Statamic is fun.
What is Statamic?
Statamic (http://statamic.com) is a no-database, flat-file content management system that is far more capable than you would ever expect it to be. It's crazy fun to develop with as well.
How to use
This extension now essentially replaces the HTML syntax so that Antlers will take advantage of HTML intellisense and Emmet, so I recommend only enabling it for Statamic projects. You can do this via the "Enable (Workspace)" option.
Note that you won't have to select Antlers as your language -- if enabled, it will automatically kick in for any .html, .htm, or .xhtml file.
If you use a beautifier in VSC
Update your VSC settings, p.e.: