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* [http://bbedit-hints.tumblr.com/post/15398636735/using-emacs-local-variables-to-force-consistant Using Emacs Local Variables (aka modeline) to force Consistant Whitespace]
 
* [http://bbedit-hints.tumblr.com/post/15398636735/using-emacs-local-variables-to-force-consistant Using Emacs Local Variables (aka modeline) to force Consistant Whitespace]
 
* [https://gist.github.com/3317713 Python syntax checking using Flake8 (PEP8 + PyFlake)]
 
* [https://gist.github.com/3317713 Python syntax checking using Flake8 (PEP8 + PyFlake)]
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* [https://files.nyu.edu/jmb736/public/projects/R.html Jonathan Marc Bearak's page on R and BBEdit]
  
 
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Revision as of 03:59, 9 October 2012

First, make sure to use the search functionality of this wiki: there could be other tips for your language in other places.

Secondly, take a look at the Clippings page, or the Codeless_Language_Modules page - there could be more support for your language than you realize!

General Problems

Does BBEdit guess the wrong language for your file? Fix it with a modeline setting

Does BBEdit strip whitespace and your language/markup syntax not like that? Use a custom language setting

Javascript/JSON

LaTeX

Lisps

newLISP

newLISP is a language targeted at using a Lisp, with some modifications that make it better suited for scripting level tasks.

Nu

Nu is a Lisp built on top of Objective-C, and thus has access to the entire Cocoa API

Nu language model

Scheme

BBEdit Codeless language module for Scheme

Markdown


Objective-C

PHP

Python

R

Ruby

Textile