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nano is a very commonly available console-based text editor for GNU/Linux and other systems. It's often installed by default, or easily installable using
apt-get or similar mechanisms. Its configuration file is called
It would be great if linguist would provide support (syntax highlighting) for
nanorc files. This issue exists to track adding this support.
Here is a reasonably complete syntax definition that could be used if anyone feels like looking into this: https://github.com/perlun/dotfiles/blob/master/nano/syntax/nanorc.nanorc (this file in itself uses the
nanorc syntax, so it can also be used as an example)
URL of the affected repository:
Example file: https://github.com/perlun/dotfiles/blob/master/nanorc
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