I’m excited to announce that we have a new plugin for Sublime Text Editor, that highlights the keywords of your RAML file.
Using Package Control
If you don’t have Package Control installed in Sublime, please follow this instructions.
Go to your package control palette, by pressing ctrl+shift+p (Win,
Linux) or cmd+shift+p (OS X).
Type “Package Control: Install Package”
Type “RAML Syntax Highlighter” in the search toolbar and press Enter. The plugin will be downloaded and installed automatically
The easiest way to install is just copying the sublime-package file (bundled with the releases) to the Installed Packages folder of your personal Sublime Text folder.
For Windows users, that’s likely located in %appdata%\Sublime Text 2.
You could also install it by copying the files into a Sublime Text 2\Packages\RAML folder (creating previously the RAML folder).
After installing the plugin, you will be able to use it by going to View -> Syntax -> RAML.
Once selected, you will see the RAML label on the bottom right corner.
This RAML file can be found here.
Github repository: https://github.com/mulesoft/raml-sublime-plugin
Package Control link: https://sublime.wbond.net/packages/RAML%20Syntax%20Highlighter