TextMate Bundles in PyCharm
Projects may contain file types unknown to PyCharm. While PyCharm comes with built-in support for many programming and scripting languages, you may want to have syntax highlighting for project-specific languages. For example, a project may contain a shell script, or Perl. When doing infrastructure automation for your project or if working with Make tool an unsupported file type may exist in a project. TextMate, a text editor for Mac, offers syntax highlighting bundles for many languages. The good news is we can import them and use them in PyCharm!
Once a TextMate bundle is added, PyCharm will provide syntax highlighting for the file types registered with the bundle. Here’s an example of a shell script opened in PyCharm after installing the ShellScript TextMate bundle:
Have a look at our tutorials page for more information how to configure TextMate bundles with PyCharm!
As always, we appreciate your feedback in the comments below or in our forums!
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