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Nsl by Jan T. Sott

Install with:
    apm install language-nsl
  

nsL Assembler for Atom

apm apm apm Travis David Gitter

Atom language support for nsL Assembler, including grammar, snippets and build system

Screenshot

Screenshot of nsL Assembler in Atom with Hopscotch theme

Installation

apm

Using Git

Change to your Atom packages directory:

```bash # Windows $ cd %USERPROFILE%.atom\packages

Linux & macOS

$ cd ~/.atom/packages/ ```

Clone repository as language-nsl:

bash $ git clone https://github.com/idleberg/atom-language-nsl language-nsl

Package Dependencies

This package automatically installs third-party packages it depends on. You can prevent this by disabling the Manage Dependencies option in the package settings.

Usage

Building

As of recently, this package contains a build system to translate nsL code into NSIS script and transpile it. To do so, select Nsl Assembler: Save & Transpileā€ from the command-palette or use the keyboard shortcut.

Make sure to specify the path for nsL.jar in the package settings. There you can also customize the flags for the transpiler.

Example:

cson "language-nsl": pathToJar: "%PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\\NSIS\\NSL\\nsL.jar" customArguments: "/nopause /nomake"

Third-party packages

Should you already use the build package, you can install the build-nsl provider to build your code.

License

This work is dual-licensed under The MIT License and the GNU General Public License, version 2.0

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