These days I am busy taking Programming Languages course that teaches SML, Racket and Ruby. It recommends emacs as a preferred editor, but I happen to use Sublime Text 2. One of the caveats of using sublime as a text editor was it did not had any plugin to highlight syntax for sml language (or this was what I thought after searching first).
However, I stumbled upon a plugin manager that led me having this plugin installed quite easily. Here is what I did.
- Opened up console (view>Show Console) and pasted the following python code to install sublime package manager:
- Restarted the editor
- Now selected the newly formed menu (Preferences > Package Control) and selected install package option.