I do 99% of of my JSL scrpiting inside JMP, but I maintain a repository of several file types and do much of that editing in Sublime. Has anyone every put together a sytax file for .JSL that can be used in sublime or any other editor? I don't do it enough to make it really annoying, but it would be nice to have a similar color scheme in both locations :)
If no one has put together such a file, perhaps I could get a syntax-type file from JMP that I could work on merging into a custom file for the outside editor.
You are correct for all of the above and that's why I do almost all my coding right in JMP. I manage over a dozen addin's that I've created over time and I recently set up an SVN repository to make it easier for me to track all of the addin scripts and documents.
I use Sublime Text as my editor and it allows me to edit the .def, .jmpcust, and .jsl files all in one location (not to mention a few other text-based files I have in the repository). I am familiar enough with many of my scripts that I can do a fair amount of editing outside of JMP using the program for final verifications of the scripts. As such, having proper coloring would be beneficial.
So then I can edit the .jsl, the .def and .jmpcust files all at once w/o having to jump between programs.
I use JMP for most JSL editing. However there are some features of Notepad++ that are extremely convenient:
I imagine that Sublime has features like this.
Yes, Sublime has those features as well making it a good choice when JMP isn't the best one. I also have Notepad ++ but went with sublime for some user interface aesthetics and it's connection with tortoise SVN.