Friday, January 10, 2014

How to Setup Sublime Text 2 and Sublime Text 3 to syntax highlight MEL (Maya Embedded Language)

Hello There,

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I have a consistent problem with updating my blogs. It's just been really difficult to stay on top of things. Life's been a little busy. However, I'm entering a time in my life where I'm able to balance active learning again, and so I'd like to start updating this blog again!

How to get MEL (Maya Embedded Language) syntax highlighting in Sublime Text 2 and Sublime Text 3.

To start this post off I didn't put together this tutorial. I just wanted to do a quick post with a link to a great tutorial, so that it has more exposure. It doesn't hurt right to duplicate a source right (as long as credit given to the original author!)?

Here is a link to Danny Wynne's tutorial "Sublime Text 2 and Maya Setup Guide".

Thank you so much Danny for figuring this out, and posting it!!

Thanks for reading,


P.S. I do not know Danny. I am simply re-publishing his tutorial to attempt to give it additional exposure!