Hello Marc, I came across your post on CSS-Tricks and wanted to give Automad a shot. However, upon opening some template files in Brackets, I found the custom template language to throw off the PHP syntax highlighting. I tried different language settings but none seemed to resolve the issue. The main culprit seems to be the syntax used to denote snippets/comments, i.e. <@ foo.php @> and <# bar #>
Is there any easy way to fix this?
Thanks in advance!
for now there are only syntax highlighting plugins for Atom and Textmate. It is planned to support other editors as well in the future. Maybe in the meantime someone has time to convert the Atom package or the tmBundle to be used in Brackets.
However, you could also use Atom and install the official language-automad package in there as a quick fix. It is also a nice editor. ?